THE UNION OFFICE HAS MOVED! Our new information is: System Local 102, UWUA 1500 Broad St. Suite #3 Greensburg, PA 15601 Phone: 724-205-6849 Fax: 724-205-6871 Thank you!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
In light of the Anthem BC/BS hack that recently occurred, please be advised that: * Members who are on the Union plan have Highmark BC/BS * At this time, we have not received any correspondence from Highmark stating that its system was part of the hack; therefore, Union members with the Highmark plan are not affected. […]Read More →
On Thursday, December 18, 2014 the UWUA System Local 102 Executive Committee met for the purpose of counting the ballots from the contract ratification vote. 75% of the voting membership accepted the contract offer and 25% rejected the contract offer. We thank everyone that took part in the ratification process. We now need to work […]Read More →
UWUA National News
- UWUA Young Workers Initiative Give Back to Community
Utility Workers Union of America (UWUA) Local 107 Members from the UWUA Young Workers Initiative came together to help out seniors in the Grand Rapids, Michigan area. Union tough workers getting it done! Rain or shine!
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- UWUA Local 393 Solidarity Rally
Utility Workers Union of America, AFL-CIO, Local 393, represents over 350 production, maintenance, distribution, and clerical employees of the Suffolk County Water Authority. It is the object of our Union to protect, maintain, and advance the interests of our members, as granted by the UWUA. UWUA Local 393 recently rallied with members and their families […]
- UWUA Local 1-2 Supports Legislature to Exempt Utility Workers
Local 1-2, New York, Utility Workers Union of America, AFL-CIO strongly supports Senator Griffo’s S05799A and Assemblyman Cahill’s A8059B that will exempt Utility Workers from State and local travel bans during declared emergencies. Whether it is a man-made disaster like the September 11, 2001 attacks or a natural one, such as Superstorm Sandy in 2012 […]
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