CWA/AT&T Orange Contract Bargaining Report #40

CWA / AT&T 2017 “Orange” Contract Bargaining

April 30, 2017 – Bargaining Report #40

Since giving the 72 hour notice to terminate the contract, the Union has had extensive meetings with the Company. We remain extremely far apart at this time, but we will continue to bargain as long as we believe progress is being made. The President of CWA can call a strike anytime after the contract expires tomorrow morning, but as of now bargaining is set to resume tomorrow.

We need the membership to remain mobilized and unified, so the Company knows we will strike whenever necessary. AT&T is an extremely wealthy and profitable corporation and our demands at the table are fair and just. The Company could easily do the right thing by you AND remain highly profitable. You built this Company, you drive the profits and you must share in the success! Please stay in touch with your Local and the unity@mobility facebook page for updates! When we fight, we win!

Stay Strong Brothers and Sisters!!

In Solidarity,

Mike Baxter, Local 1101

Frank Oliva, Local 1298

Deb Casey, Local 2204

Jeff Reamer, Local 13000

Julie Daloisio, Local 13500

Holly Sorey, Local 4202

Glen Skeen, Local 4320

Hector Capote, Local 7250

Debbie Goulet, Local 7803

Joe Sison, Local 9412

Brandon Beck, Local 9511

Pat Telesco, District 1, Chair

Tonya Moore, District 1

CWA/AT&T 2017 Orange Contract Bargaining Report #39

CWA / AT&T 2017 “Orange” Contract Bargaining

 

April 28, 2017 – Bargaining Report #39

 

As you are aware, the Union gave the company 72 hour notice today to terminate the contract as per the extension agreement. The Union did this because the Company refused to come to the table and bargain. After receiving notice, the Company came to the table and we had extensive conversations, but we remain far apart. AT&T is standing by their greedy proposals and looking to slash benefits and outsource jobs while they make over a billion dollars a month. We know many of you will have questions about the 72-hour notice so here is a link to the FAQ sheet:

 

https://www.cwa-union.org/news/orange-att-mobility-contract-terminate-in-72-hours

 

The Bargaining Team is strengthened by the support and mobilization of the membership. There were protests at the AT&T shareholders’ meeting and mobilization events around the country. Let AT&T hear loud and clear that you demand and deserve a fair contract! Stay unified, mobilized and angry! When we fight, We WIN!

 

Stay strong Brothers and Sisters!!

In Solidarity,

Mike Baxter, Local 1101

Frank Oliva, Local 1298

Deb Casey, Local 2204

Jeff Reamer, Local 13000

Julie Daloisio, Local 13500

Holly Sorey, Local 4202

Glen Skeen, Local 4320

Hector Capote, Local 7250

Debbie Goulet, Local 7803

Joe Sison, Local 9412

Brandon Beck, Local 9511

Pat Telesco, District 1, Chair

Tonya Moore, District 1

CWA/AT&T 2017 Orange Contract Bargaining Report #38

CWA / AT&T 2017 “Orange” Contract Bargaining

 

April 19, 2017 – Bargaining Report #38

 

For the first time in a while, bargaining had some positive dialogue. The Call Centers are a high stress work environment, and we will do whatever it takes to make improvements. We met in a sub-committee to address call center issues including call flow, monitoring and schedules. There were also more general discussions for all groups about title upgrades, commissions, transfers, absence and sick time. While we remain far apart, we are optimistic about today’s meetings.

 

The Bargaining Team is sure the positive changes are a result of the mobilization activities of the membership. The Company hears you loud and clear, and they know we are more unified than ever before. Keep up the fight and together we will win!

 

Stay strong Brothers and Sisters!!

In Solidarity,

Mike Baxter, Local 1101

Frank Oliva, Local 1298

Deb Casey, Local 2204

Jeff Reamer, Local 13000

CWA/AT&T 2017 Orange Contract Bargaining Report #37

CWA / AT&T 2017 “Orange” Contract Bargaining

 

April 18, 2017 – Bargaining Report #37

 

Two months into bargaining and more than a month after contract expiration, the Company shows no desire to bargain a fair and equitable contract for their employees. The Union spent the day going over all proposals and demanding the Company addresses the concerns of our members. The Company continues to insist on more costly benefits and 5 sick days for new hires while also refusing to negotiate fair wage increases, bargain a fair commission plan, discuss job security improvements or address any of the critical issues for current employees.

 

The Union is here to bargain a fair contract and will fight as long as it takes. We will not back off the demands the membership told us were most important to them. We know this is a long, frustrating process, but we need mobilization to escalate and send a clear message that we are united. Together we will win!

 

Stay strong Brothers and Sisters!!

In Solidarity,

Mike Baxter, Local 1101

Frank Oliva, Local 1298

Deb Casey, Local 2204

Jeff Reamer, Local 13000

Julie Daloisio, Local 13500

Holly Sorey, Local 4202

Glen Skeen, Local 4320

Hector Capote, Local 7250

Debbie Goulet, Local 7803

Joe Sison, Local 9412

Brandon Beck, Local 9511

Pat Telesco, District 1, Chair

Tonya Moore, District 1

 

CWA/AT&T 2017 Orange Contract Bargaining Report #36

CWA / AT&T 2017 “Orange” Contract Bargaining

 

April 13, 2017 – Bargaining Report #36

 

As Bargaining continues, it is clear the company is standing behind their greedy demands, and they have no intention of compensating the employees that built the company. The company is standing firm on exorbitant medical costs, reduced sick time and unfair scheduling practices. It is imperative that you have some flexibility when using your bargained for time off to care for unexpected life events.

 

Many issues were discussed today, and we spent significant time focusing on call center issues including scheduling and monitoring. The CWA Bargaining Team is determined to improve the daily work lives for our members in the call centers and make sure that any monitoring will be done fairly. We also focused on full time benefits for part time workers since the company is hiring so many part timers in the retail stores. Job security for all groups remains a priority as well. We remain far apart, but we will bargain as long as it takes to get a fair contract. Mobilization remains a key to our strength at the table and together we will win!

 

Stay strong Brothers and Sisters!!

In Solidarity,

Mike Baxter, Local 1101

Frank Oliva, Local 1298

Deb Casey, Local 2204

Jeff Reamer, Local 13000

Julie Daloisio, Local 13500

Holly Sorey, Local 4202

Glen Skeen, Local 4320

Hector Capote, Local 7250

Debbie Goulet, Local 7803

Joe Sison, Local 9412

Brandon Beck, Local 9511

Pat Telesco, District 1, Chair

Tonya Moore, District 1

CWA/AT&T 2017 Orange Contract Bargaining Report #35

CWA / AT&T 2017 “Orange” Contract Bargaining

 

April 6, 2017 – Bargaining Report #35

 

As we have been telling you since the beginning of bargaining, the company is refusing to provide all the information the union has requested. It is impossible to formulate certain proposals with missing information. The Union has filed an Unfair Labor Practice with the National Labor Relations Board to force AT&T to give us the information. Without all of the requested information, bargaining is being delayed and we will not allow the company to continue stalling.

 

We passed a counter proposal today on employee access to personal records and how the company notifies the Union about discipline. We also had discussions on network safety issues including flammable materials in company provided shirts, and the company adding duties to Call Center jobs. We remain far apart even though minor progress has been made on  some issues. Mobilization is more important than ever because we need to keep pressure on the company. Keep up the great work and together we will win!

 

Stay strong Brothers and Sisters!!

In Solidarity,

Mike Baxter, Local 1101

Frank Oliva, Local 1298

Deb Casey, Local 2204

Jeff Reamer, Local 13000

Julie Daloisio, Local 13500

Holly Sorey, Local 4202

Glen Skeen, Local 4320

Hector Capote, Local 7250

Debbie Goulet, Local 7803

Joe Sison, Local 9412

Brandon Beck, Local 9511

Pat Telesco, District 1, Chair

Tonya Moore, District 1

CWA/AT&T 2017 Orange Contract Bargaining Report #34

CWA / AT&T 2017 “Orange” Contract Bargaining

 

March 31, 2017 – Bargaining Report #34

 

The Bargaining team continues to demand a fair contract at the bargaining table, but the Company’s actions are far louder than their words. With the launch of the new Samsung Galaxy S8, the Company steers customers to online pre-orders and offers some of the COR employees meager commission payments that end up on a MY-REWARDS card which is not the same as a cash payment. This is similar to what the Company did with Direct TV and other popular products and a perfect example of why we need to negotiate a simple, fair and equitable commission plan and wage structure in retail. We did get an agreement on prescription safety glasses for supply side/warehouse workers which is a positive gain, however we remain far apart.

 

We can’t stress enough how much the continued mobilization and unity is helping the Bargaining team at the table. Keep up the fight and together we will win!

 

Stay strong Brothers and Sisters!!

In Solidarity,

Mike Baxter, Local 1101

Frank Oliva, Local 1298

Deb Casey, Local 2204

Jeff Reamer, Local 13000

Julie Daloisio, Local 13500

Holly Sorey, Local 4202

Glen Skeen, Local 4320

Hector Capote, Local 7250

Debbie Goulet, Local 7803

Joe Sison, Local 9412

Brandon Beck, Local 9511

Pat Telesco, District 1, Chair

Tonya Moore, District 1

CWA/AT&T 2017 Orange Contract Bargaining Report #33

CWA / AT&T 2017 “Orange” Contract Bargaining

 

March 29, 2017 – Bargaining Report #33

 

Bargaining continued today and some small improvements have been made including a tentative agreement on work boots for supply chain/warehouse workers. While we are happy with any positive movement and dialogue, we stress that we remain far apart on major issues. In every bargaining session, we continue to discuss the need for improved wages, affordable benefits and job security. The Company knows we are not going anywhere without achieving these goals.

 

Last night’s Town Hall call was a great success with thousands of members from across the country participating. The continue participation of the membership in mobilization gives great strength to the bargaining team and sends a very clear message to AT&T that we are united. Keep up the fight, keep up the mobilization and together we will win!!

 

Stay strong Brothers and Sisters!!

In Solidarity,

Mike Baxter, Local 1101

Frank Oliva, Local 1298

Deb Casey, Local 2204

Jeff Reamer, Local 13000

Julie Daloisio, Local 13500

Holly Sorey, Local 4202

Glen Skeen, Local 4320

Hector Capote, Local 7250

Debbie Goulet, Local 7803

Joe Sison, Local 9412

Brandon Beck, Local 9511

Pat Telesco, District 1, Chair

Tonya Moore, District 1

CWA/AT&T 2017 Orange Contract Bargaining Report #32

CWA / AT&T 2017 “Orange” Contract Bargaining

 

March 27, 2017 – Bargaining Report #32

 

As Bargaining continues, the Company’s response has been more of the same greed and stall tactics. Multiple information requests by the Union remain partially or completely unfulfilled. The Company is showing no urgency toward bargaining a fair contract. The Union has made over 30 proposals to date but many of them cannot be fully addressed because of the Company’s delays. We continue discussions around wages, commissions, benefits, safety and other important issues, but we remain extremely far apart on all major items.

 

Over the last several days mobilization events have continued with great enthusiasm and turnout. The Bargaining team thanks you for your extraordinary efforts. Stay mobilized, stay unified and together we will win!

 

Stay strong Brothers and Sisters!!

In Solidarity,

Mike Baxter, Local 1101

Frank Oliva, Local 1298

Deb Casey, Local 2204

Jeff Reamer, Local 13000

Julie Daloisio, Local 13500

Holly Sorey, Local 4202

Glen Skeen, Local 4320

Hector Capote, Local 7250

Debbie Goulet, Local 7803

Joe Sison, Local 9412

Brandon Beck, Local 9511

Pat Telesco, District 1, Chair

Tonya Moore, District 1

CWA/AT&T 2017 Orange Contract Bargaining Report #31

CWA / AT&T 2017 “Orange” Contract Bargaining

March 23, 2017 – Bargaining Report #31

As negotiations continue, the Union stresses the improvements we need in the contract. We have had extensive discussions around career paths and employee development. We also continue pushing for a fair and lucrative commission plan. You deserve a commission plan that is easy to understand with achievable goals and allows you to earn a fair wage. We have received numerous calls, from around the country, about the Ultimate Prospector Tool. We have verified with the company bargaining team that this tool is completely voluntary and any calls or procedures associated with it are optional.

We also continue discussions around safety which is an area where dialogue remains positive and some movement has been made. However, we cannot stress enough that we remain very far apart. We appreciate your continued support and mobilization.

 

Stay strong Brothers and Sisters!!

 

In Solidarity,

Mike Baxter, Local 1101

Frank Oliva, Local 1298

Deb Casey, Local 2204

Jeff Reamer, Local 13000

Julie Daloisio, Local 13500

Holly Sorey, Local 4202

Glen Skeen, Local 4320

Hector Capote, Local 7250

Debbie Goulet, Local 7803

Joe Sison, Local 9412

Brandon Beck, Local 9511

Pat Telesco, District 1, Chair

Tonya Moore, District 1

CWA/AT&T 2017 Orange Contract Bargaining Report #30

CWA / AT&T 2017 “Orange” Contract Bargaining

 

March 20, 2017 – Bargaining Report #30

 

Bargaining resumed today, and we had extensive conversations about commissions. Over the last decade, AT&T Mobility’s profits have soared. The employees who work in stores, maintain the network and service customers in the call centers are a major contributing factor of that success. It makes no sense that while profits soar, the company continues to manipulate commissions, so the people responsible for their success make less. Rather than reward the employees who are making the company successful, AT&T continues to look for more ways to line the pockets of executives and shareholders.

 

The Bargaining Team is disgusted with AT&T’s corporate greed, and We know the members are too. Stay mobilized, stay unified and stay ANGRY!

 

Stay strong Brothers and Sisters!!

In Solidarity,

Mike Baxter, Local 1101

Frank Oliva, Local 1298

Deb Casey, Local 2204

Jeff Reamer, Local 13000

Julie Daloisio, Local 13500

Holly Sorey, Local 4202

Glen Skeen, Local 4320

Hector Capote, Local 7250

Debbie Goulet, Local 7803

Joe Sison, Local 9412

Brandon Beck, Local 9511

Pat Telesco, District 1, Chair

Tonya Moore, District 1

AT&T /CWA 2017 Orange Contract Bargaining Report #29

CWA / AT&T 2017 “Orange” Contract Bargaining

 

March 16, 2017 – Bargaining Report #29

 

Bargaining resumed today, and we had extensive conversations covering all issues. The Bargaining Team went over every proposal we have passed since bargaining began. We explained the importance of each proposal and reiterated that we demand a fair and equitable contract for our members. We also reviewed all the outstanding data requests and the need for them to be filled to move bargaining along.

 

The Company has made small incremental movements, but we are fighting for a lot more than incremental improvements. We know that this is a long and slow moving process and can be frustrating, but as long as the membership stays mobilized and unified we will win!!

 

Stay strong Brothers and Sisters!!

In Solidarity,

Mike Baxter, Local 1101

Frank Oliva, Local 1298

Deb Casey, Local 2204

Jeff Reamer, Local 13000

Julie Daloisio, Local 13500

Holly Sorey, Local 4202

Glen Skeen, Local 4320

Hector Capote, Local 7250

Debbie Goulet, Local 7803

Joe Sison, Local 9412

Brandon Beck, Local 9511

Pat Telesco, District 1, Chair

Tonya Moore, District 1

AT&T/ CWA 2017 Orange Contract Bargaining Report #28

CWA / AT&T 2017 “Orange” Contract Bargaining

 

March 15, 2017 – Bargaining Report #28

 

Bargaining continued today with the Union passing proposals for substantial wage improvements, better commissions, improved transfer language and job security improvements. Aside from passing proposals, we continue to discuss all issues important to our members every time we meet with the company. As we have stated before, the dialogue has improved at times and small improvements have been made. However, when the most important issues come up, the company stands firm on their greedy demands. We will continue to demand better pay, better treatment, job security, training and everything necessary for the members to share in the continued growth and success of this company.

 

We remain committed to bargain as long as it takes to get a fair contract and with a unified and mobilized membership standing strong with us, we will win!!

 

Stay strong Brothers and Sisters!!

In Solidarity,

Mike Baxter, Local 1101

Frank Oliva, Local 1298

Deb Casey, Local 2204

Jeff Reamer, Local 13000

Julie Daloisio, Local 13500

Holly Sorey, Local 4202

Glen Skeen, Local 4320

Hector Capote, Local 7250

Debbie Goulet, Local 7803

Joe Sison, Local 9412

Brandon Beck, Local 9511

Pat Telesco, District 1, Chair

Tonya Moore, District 1

CWA/AT&T 2017 Orange Contract Bargaining Report #27

CWA / AT&T 2017 “Orange” Contract Bargaining

March 13, 2017 – Bargaining Report #27

The Union passed proposals on more title upgrades, fair treatment in the Team Colors program, improved safety language for techs and warehouse workers, increased tuition reimbursement and changes to the Manager in 60 program that would make it fair and more inclusive.

Today the company had members of their commission team on a conference call to clarify many issues the Union has with the company’s unfair and greedy commission plan. The improved dialogue goes right out the window when we address the greediness of AT&T. The Company continues to stand by their greedy commission policies and they believe it’s a good thing to cut people’s compensation even as their profits continue to soar. Randall Stephenson’s pay rose 13% last year to nearly 30 million dollars, but the company continues to cut commissions and outsource jobs. We are in for a long fight!! Stay mobilized, stay unified and together we will win!!

Stay strong Sisters and Brothers!!

In Solidarity,

Mike Baxter, Local 1101

Frank Oliva, Local 1298

Deb Casey, Local 2204

Jeff Reamer, Local 13000

Julie Daloisio, Local 13500

Holly Sorey, Local 4202

Glen Skeen, Local 4320

Hector Capote, Local 7250

Debbie Goulet, Local 7803

Joe Sison, Local 9412

Brandon Beck, Local 9511

Pat Telesco, District 1, Chair

Tonya Moore, District 1

CWA/AT&T 2017 Orange Contract Bargaining Report #26

CWA / AT&T 2017 “Orange” Contract Bargaining

 

March 11, 2017 – Bargaining Report #26

 

Bargaining resumed today with positive dialogue, and there has been some movement at the table, but we can’t stress enough that we remain far apart. We spoke about issues affecting every group today and told the company we remain committed to the issues our members highlighted as most important in the bargaining surveys.

 

The Company passed some language in regards to RSC pay treatment for transfers and Network rebalances. The language needs improvement but the Company is clearly hearing our concerns.

 

Mobilization remains a key part of this process and we are strengthened by what you are doing in the field. The Bargaining Team thanks you for the overwhelming participation in activities this past week. Keep up the fight!!

 

Stay strong Sisters and Brothers!!

In Solidarity,

Mike Baxter, Local 1101

Frank Oliva, Local 1298

Deb Casey, Local 2204

Jeff Reamer, Local 13000

Julie Daloisio, Local 13500

Holly Sorey, Local 4202

Glen Skeen, Local 4320

Hector Capote, Local 7250

Debbie Goulet, Local 7803

Joe Sison, Local 9412

Brandon Beck, Local 9511

Pat Telesco, District 1, Chair

Tonya Moore, District 1

CWA/AT&T 2017 Orange Contract Bargaining Report #25

CWA / AT&T 2017 “Orange” Contract Bargaining

 

March 8, 2017 – Bargaining Report #25

 

The Bargaining Team and Company met today to discuss a number of outstanding issues. No official proposals were passed by either side, but we clarified many of our previous data requests and the importance of those requests being filled quickly and completely.

 

While the tone at the table remains positive, we remain far apart. There is a lot of work to do. We continue to get information from our members across the country about AT&T looking to downsize, contract work, outsource jobs and otherwise engage in anti-union behavior. The mobilized and unified membership's involvement has been a key factor in the tone change. This is a long, slow process, that can be frustrating to everyone involved and we are so excited by the membership involvement we see at rallies, picketing and on social media. Keep up the fight, and with your support, we will WIN!!

 

Stay strong Sisters and Brothers!!

In Solidarity,

Mike Baxter, Local 1101

Frank Oliva, Local 1298

Deb Casey, Local 2204

Jeff Reamer, Local 13000

Julie Daloisio, Local 13500

Holly Sorey, Local 4202

Glen Skeen, Local 4320

Hector Capote, Local 7250

Debbie Goulet, Local 7803

Joe Sison, Local 9412

Brandon Beck, Local 9511

Pat Telesco, District 1, Chair

Tonya Moore, District 1

CWA/AT&T 2017 Orange Contract Bargaining Report #24

CWA / AT&T 2017 “Orange” Contract Bargaining

 

March 6, 2017 – Bargaining Report #24

 

Bargaining resumed today and once again the dialogue was productive. We are still very far apart, but we continue to move forward. The Union passed a counter proposal strengthening the Force Adjustment language and increasing severance pay. We also made it crystal clear to the Company that we expect a fair benefits package that treats current employees and new hires the same. The Company passed a counter proposal for our Letter of Agreement 1- Personnel Files proposal that addresses some of the Union’s concerns but it still needs work.

 

The Bargaining Team is encouraged by the movement that has occurred over the last several days. However, mobilization is critical to show the Company that we are committed to getting a fair and equitable contract.

 

Stay Strong Sisters and Brothers!

In Solidarity,

Mike Baxter, Local 1101

Frank Oliva, Local 1298

Deb Casey, Local 2204

Jeff Reamer, Local 13000

Julie Daloisio, Local 13500

Holly Sorey, Local 4202

Glen Skeen, Local 4320

Hector Capote, Local 7250

Debbie Goulet, Local 7803

Joe Sison, Local 9412

Brandon Beck, Local 9511

Pat Telesco, District 1, Chair

Tonya Moore, District 1

CWA/AT&T 2017 Orange Contract Bargaining Report #23

CWA / AT&T 2017 “Orange” Contract Bargaining

March 5, 2017 – Bargaining Report #23

The Union and Company resumed bargaining today and again the dialogue was productive. While we must stress that we remain extremely far apart, the last couple days have been encouraging. The Union continued to outline several job titles which have had responsibilities increased and deserve upgrades in title and pay.

The Company passed a Benefits proposal which was a small improvement but something we can build on. They also passed a counter on safety which is an improvement to the current contract language but still needs some work.

There is still a very long way to go but, with the continued support of a mobilized and unified membership, we will get what we deserve!!

Stay strong Sisters and Brothers!!

In Solidarity,

Mike Baxter, Local 1101

Frank Oliva, Local 1298

Deb Casey, Local 2204

Jeff Reamer, Local 13000

Julie Daloisio, Local 13500

Holly Sorey, Local 4202

Glen Skeen, Local 4320

Hector Capote, Local 7250

Debbie Goulet, Local 7803

Joe Sison, Local 9412

Brandon Beck, Local 9511

Pat Telesco, District 1, Chair

Tonya Moore, District 1

 

CWA/AT&T 2017 Orange Contract Bargaining Report #22

CWA / AT&T 2017 “Orange” Contract Bargaining

March 4, 2017 – Bargaining Report #22

Bargaining resumed today and, for the first time in a while, there was some meaningful dialogue. While we remain extremely far apart, the tone was a little different today. The Union passed more title upgrade language and had extensive discussions around the Company asking people to do more work without adding to their compensation or upgrading their titles.

The Company gave counter proposals on Union-Company Relationship and Force Adjustment. While neither proposal is what we are looking for, the language was starting to move in the right direction. We also broke off into a small off the record group to discuss some issues affecting the network and supply groups. Hopefully today will set a trend of increased dialogue, however, we need all members to stay mobilized and keep up the fight!!

Stay strong Sisters and Brothers!!

 

In Solidarity,

Mike Baxter, Local 1101

Frank Oliva, Local 1298

Deb Casey, Local 2204

Jeff Reamer, Local 13000

Julie Daloisio, Local 13500

Holly Sorey, Local 4202

Glen Skeen, Local 4320

Hector Capote, Local 7250

Debbie Goulet, Local 7803

Joe Sison, Local 9412

Brandon Beck, Local 9511

Pat Telesco, District 1, Chair

Tonya Moore, District 1

CWA/AT&T 2017 Orange Contract Bargaining Report #21

CWA / AT&T 2017 “Orange” Contract Bargaining

 

March 2, 2017 – Bargaining Report #21

 

Bargaining resumed today, and the Company continued their appalling behavior. The Bargaining team reiterated that our members need better benefits, wages, working conditions and job security. We pointed out that our concerns are more important than ever because the Company, despite their huge profits, still wants to outsource and downsize good union jobs. The Bargaining Team told them we will continue bargaining as long as it takes to get the contract you deserve.

 

Other than a brief demonstration of the Cricket commission plan, the Company had no proposals for the Union today and did not respond to any of the multiple proposals we passed yesterday. Bargaining will resume tomorrow. We need all our members unified and mobilized to let the  company know we will not accept less than we deserve!!

 

Stay strong Sisters and Brothers!!

In Solidarity,

Mike Baxter, Local 1101

Frank Oliva, Local 1298

Deb Casey, Local 2204

Jeff Reamer, Local 13000

Julie Daloisio, Local 13500

Holly Sorey, Local 4202

Glen Skeen, Local 4320

Hector Capote, Local 7250

Debbie Goulet, Local 7803

Joe Sison, Local 9412

Brandon Beck, Local 9511

Pat Telesco, District 1, Chair

Tonya Moore, District 1