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Upcoming Meetings

Upcoming Meetings

Saturday August 11, 2018
Sound and Communications Unit Meeting at ETI,
6032 S. Garfield Ave.,
Commerce, CA  
9:00 AM

 

Tuesday August 14, 2018
Dist. 5 Unit meeting at
360 Grand Cypress Ave., Suite 302,
Palmdale, CA 93551
5:30 PM

 

Thursday August 16, 2018
General Meeting at ETI,
6032 S. Garfield Ave.,
Commerce, CA
5:00 PM

 

Wednesday August 22, 2018
Dist. 6 Unit meeting at
VFW Post 8870,
250 E. 1st Street, Azuza, CA 91702
6:30 PM

 

Meet IBEW 11’s New Officers, Executive Board & Examining Board!

Meet IBEW 11’s New Officers, Executive Board & Examining Board!

In July 2018, IBEW 11 welcomed new leadership with a new Executive Board, Examining Board and Officers. Business Manager/Financial Secretary Joel Barton and President Rusty Roten, each 38-year members of IBEW 11, bring decades of leadership and experience to their new positions. Click here to view the team.

January Newsletter

IBEW Local 11 Storms Baltimore

IBEW Local 11 Storms Baltimore

Representing at the steps of Exelon's Baltimore headquarters building

 23 members from Local 11 deployed to Baltimore in order to take part in an organizing campaign with their IBEW brothers and sisters. Their target is Baltimore Gas & Electric, owned by Chicago based Exelon Corporation.

Member Support Leads to $800 Million Project

Member Support Leads to $800 Million Project

On-dock Rail Facility for Long Beach’s Pier B Gains Approval

The $800 million Pier B On-dock Rail Support Facility project located near Anaheim Street and Interstate 710 in Long Beach will allow trains up to 10,000 feet long to

be loaded and unloaded for more efficient operations. Click here for the complete story.

Benefits of Measure M

Benefits of Measure M

When IBEW 11 was founded, we had thousands of members that worked in manufacturing and maintenance jobs. We had a particularly large presence in the shipbuilding industry. Many of those companies’ and the good union jobs that they provided went away as the decline in manufacturing jobs in the US has continued.

In 2008, we worked with then mayor Antonio Villaraigosa to pass Measure R, which funds $40 billion of MTA light rail construction. Measure R has a PLA on the construction jobs and a requirement that many of the manufacturing jobs be in Los Angeles County. We have organized these workers, and that helped us have a resurgence in manufacturing members of IBEW 11. Pictured here are members working for railcar manufacturer Kinkisharyo, who were visited by our friend Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti. The Mayor has built on the original measure with another even bigger ballot initiative called Measure M, which will create another $60 Billion of funding for a total of $100 billion.

IBEW 11, State Building Trades Forge PLA with California Refineries

IBEW 11, State Building Trades Forge PLA with California Refineries

IBEW 11 led a collation to finalize a Project Labor Agreement with the Chevron California Refineries in El Segundo and Richmond; and with the Tesoro California Refineries in Carson, Wilmington and Martinez. A Project Labor Agreement is also in place with PBF Energy for the Torrance Refinery Facilities.

Click here for the PLA with the Chevron California Refineries in El Segundo and Richmond.

Click here for the PLA with the Tesoro California Refineries in Carson, Wilmington and Martinez.

Click here for the PLA with PBF Energy for the Torrance Refinery Facilities.

And check out this article in the February edition of the IBEW 11 Newsletter The Current exploring the IBEW 11’s refinery organizing efforts!

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