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2024 IBEW LOCAL 90





Place:         Hunter Memorial Golf Course, 688 Westfield Rd, Meriden, CT 06450


Workers don't have a fair shot at a decent contract when the deck is stacked against them. While working people join together in unions to negotiate fair wages, safe working conditions, and respect on the job, many employers simply refuse to bargain or negotiate in good faith.

Local 90 is looking for shooters to participate in the Union Sportsmen's Alliance Annual Clays Shoot.

The event will be held in New Jersey on Saturday, May 18th.

There are a few spots available. We encourage anyone interested to call Mike Lamb (860) 608-6194 or John Bellemare (203) 265-9533 ext 5 for more information.

Sign The Equitable Offshore Wind Petition 



We are excited to announce significant improvements to the National Electrical Benefit Fund (NEBF) that will

directly benefit our respective members across the country. After careful consideration and analysis, the NEBF

Trustees and the National Employees Benefit Board (NEBB) would like to announce the following for the NEBF:

• “Fresh Start” Amendment: The NEBF’s actuary has certified that the NEBF currently has no “unfunded vested

Below you will find a notification from IBEW President Kenneth Cooper regarding the 2024 Presidential Endorsement. See attachment for more information.


"Dear Sisters and Brothers,


Please see the attached letter. I request that you read this letter aloud at the start of the next local union meeting.


Below are additional resources for you to share:

Lower Hudson Valley has created an app for your smartphone to have easy, convenient access to care. The app is free and completely confidential.  

Please download it on your smartphone so it is there if or when you may need it.


Yearly Dues Amounts 2024


$133.50 – 3 Months (Jan-Jun)



$267.00 – 6 Months (Jan-Jun)



$540.00 – 12 Months


Months July-Dec 2024


The Local 90 Children's Christmas Party was a success. We even had an appearance from Mr & Mrs Claus!

Thank you to everyone who participated!

Happy Holidays!

This year the Union Sportsmen’s Alliance (USA) hosted their first ever BBQ Bash & Competition! Union members from multiple different trades were invited to attend and compete in a BBQ competition to raise money for USA’s Torstenson Youth Conservation Education Center. Two of the 9 teams who competed were our very own IBEW brothers, with IBEW Local 364 taking first place! Covering this event reminded us what it means to be Union Proud, working together to support a great cause and having fun doing it! 

A labor day message from IBEW Pres. Kenneth Cooper to Our Members and their Families!

IBEW Detroit Local 58 member Bill Baisden joined Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg and Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer in a May 16 press conference announcing the first U.S. Canada electric vehicle corridor.

A powerful new tool providing real-time updates about federal infrastructure investments will be key to IBEW's efforts to win the billions of dollars in new work opportunities approved by these recent laws.

The searchable database gives users the ability to find out about project announcements. This includes loans and grant money resulting from :

IBEW members are central to the new economy due to the future-forward policies championed by the Biden- Harris administration.

Called the Investing in America agenda, a companion high-level administration roadshow highlights recent laws like the American Rescue Plan, the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, the CHIPS and Science Act and the Inflation Reduction Act.

President Biden and Department of Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm reinforce how the laws promote good jobs, domestic manufacturing and economic development – and highlight their critical partnership with the IBEW.