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From the Business Manager

From the Business Manager

Sisters and Brothers, 
 
We understand that our members want better communication about everything IBEW 11 does and the direction of our union. Our newsletters both in print and email are part of that effort, as is the new website we’re working on that should be ready by the end of the year.
 
The most important issues as of this date are the work picture and upcoming elections. With the robust work picture, we have many job opportunities resulting in unfilled calls. Organizing is working hard to fill these, but we need you, the members, to also accept these calls.
 
Of special note are those jobs available in the refineries. After many years of limited work in the oil fields, we have an opportunity to control it all. With our unmatched safety and work skills, we can show the owners that the IBEW craftsmen are the best. Through our NECA partners, we are offering classes and incentives for you to keep current on the certifications required to work on these sites. If you haven’t worked on a refinery project, please sign up at the ETI for the Industrial Skills Orientation class. Completion of this class will prepare you for work and give you an advantage in dispatch to one of these jobs. Our trade is the most technical of all the Building Trades, so continuing education is critical.
 
You will see a definitive list of endorsed candidates and propositions with the political directors’ report. All carry the same importance, but the most controversial is Proposition 6. None of us like to spend more money on gas, but the added tax not only produces jobs for Local 11 members, it also funds much needed repairs on our roads and infrastructure. Please vote NO on Prop 6.
 
It is my honor and pleasure to serve as your Business Manager.
 
Joel Barton

Father & Son

Father & Son

Father & Son

John Parlopino received his 65-year pin and son Joe received his 30-year pin. That's nearly a century of IBEW 11 membership between a father and son. Congratulations!

October Meeting Schedule

October Meeting Schedule

District 4 Meeting
October 2 at 5:30 PM
400 Chatsworth Dr.
San Fernando CA

District 2 Meeting
October 3 at 5:30 PM
5938 Parkcrest St.
Long Beach CA 90808

District 3 Unit Meeting
October 4 at 5:30 PM
7166 W. Manchester Blvd.
Inglewood, CA 90305            

Special Called Wireman and Transportation Allocation Meeting
October 8 – 6:00 PM
6023 S. Garfield Ave.
Commerce CA, 90040

District 5 Unit Meeting
October 9 at 5:30 PM
360 Grand Cypress Ave.
Palmdale, CA 93551              

District 5 CE/CW Meeting
October 9 at 4:00 PM
360 Grand Cypress Ave.
Palmdale, CA 93551

District 1 CE/CW Meeting
October 10 at 4:00 PM
6023 S. Garfield Ave.
Commerce, CA 90040

District 1 Meeting
October 10 at 5:00 PM
6023 S. Garfield Ave.
Commerce, CA 90040

Empower Meeting
October 11 at 4:00 PM 
6023 S. Garfield Ave.
Commerce, CA 90040           

Sound Unit Meeting
October 13 at 9:00 AM
6023 S. Garfield Ave.
Commerce, CA 90040           

Local 11 Executive Board Meeting
October 17 at 7:30 AM
297 N. Marengo Ave.
Pasadena, CA 91101

Local 11 General Meeting
October 18 at 5:00 PM
6023 S. Garfield Ave.
Commerce, CA 90040

EWMC Meeting
October 20 at 9:00 AM
6023 S. Garfield Ave.
Commerce, CA 90040

District 6 Unit Meeting
October 24 at 6:30 PM
VFW Post 8070 - 250 E First St.
Azusa, CA 91702

Unit 14 Meeting
October 25 at 5:00 PM
297 N. Marengo Ave.
Pasadena CA 91101

 

New Daybook/Dispatch Procedures!

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!

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.

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.

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