Photos from the 2018 Pin Dinner in Sacramento on March 16, 2018
When Hurricane Irma first popped up on the radar in early September, Puerto Rico braced for major devastation — but at the last minute, the storm changed course and passed just north of the island. Although the damage was less than expected, the hurricane still managed to knock out electricity for around a million residents…. [Read More]
“An average day on the job for me is a little bit of welding, meter changes, steel pipeline work, mueller equipment, stuff like that. Every day is a new challenge, and I like that I always get to do something different out in the field every day… and I get to travel outside my area… [Read More]
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Among Bay Area natives, Oakland is known colloquially as “The Town.” But with nearly half a million residents, an emerging art scene, a booming tourism industry, and a growing number of cutting-edge start-ups, Oakland has come a long way from its small-town roots. All of these changes have led to an increasing number of people… [Read More]
California State Senator Bill Monning and Assemblymember Jordan Cunningham, who represent districts containing Diablo Canyon Power Plant (DCPP), have announced that they are moving forward with legislation to reinstate the remaining goals of the DCPP Joint Proposal Agreement, which was revised by the California Public Utilities Commission (PUC) earlier this year. IBEW Local 1245, PG&E and… [Read More]
After more than eight months of bargaining, the IBEW 1245 members at the City of Berkeley ratified a tentative agreement for a 16-month extension to the Memorandum of Understanding by a vote of 6-2. The IBEW 1245 negotiating committee consisted of bargaining unit members Greg Marwick, Tom Hartman, and Chris Kaldunski and Local 1245 Business… [Read More]