Pleasant Valley linecrew came up with an inventive way to voice their displeasure with First Energy. They change the sign boards every couple days.Read More →
Welcome to UWUA System Local 102This website is designed for union members of UWUA System Local 102 to access information about the union, its contract with Allegheny Power in 4 states, and helpful links and answers about health insurance, negotiations, upcoming meetings and more.
UWUA Local 102 News
The UWUA and its System Local 102, Branch Local 180 and Local 304 and the Company are continuing confidential mediation efforts to resolve numerous outstanding legal and contractual issues. No information is available for release by the Company or Union at this time. The Parties expect to complete confidential mediation in the near future. […]Read More →
Pittsburgh, Pa. Utility workers were forced onto picket lines at four worksites throughout Pittsburgh today due to illegal conduct by Pennsylvania-American Water and its New Jersey-based parent company American Water. One hundred fifty members of Utility Workers Union of America System Local 537 joined picket lines protesting a series of unfair labor practices committed by […]Read More →
UWUA National News
- President Langford Weighs In at DC Public Hearing on EPA’s Proposed Clean Power Plan
BEFORE THE U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY Public Hearings on EPA’s ProposedClean Power Plan July 2014 Comments of Utility WorkersUnion of America, AFL-CIO Utility Workers Union of America, AFL-CIO815 16th Street, N.W.Washington, DC 20006
- UWUA Calls for Effective Transition Plan For Workers and Communities Affected by EPA’s Proposed Clean Power Regs.
UWUA CALLS FOR EFFECTIVE TRANSITION PLAN FOR WORKERS AND COMMUNITIES AFFECTED BY EPA’S PROPOSED CLEAN POWER REGS. Washington, DC – Utility Workers Union of America National President D. Michael Langford kicked-off today’s
- UWUA E-News 07/29/2014
UWUA News Heroes in Our Midst – Local 223 UWUA Members Save a Life When Local 223 Underground Cable Splicers Mark Astemborski, Anthony Fiscelli, Wayne Morris and Bryan Smith woke up, they had no idea what a difference they would make that day.