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Happy 4th / Gas System Modernization Hearings

The Gas System Modernization hearings came to a conclusion on the evening of June 15th. Like the 5 prior hearings, in attendance were over 70 IBEW Local 94 members showing their support for this filing. Local 94 went on record at the first June 8th hearing when I gave a lengthy testimony on the importance of this filing. Part of my testimony included the benefits to the public in reliability and safety, by replacing gas mains and services that have been prone to leaks.

Thank You from the NJ AFL-CIO

Dear Buddy,

We are extremely grateful for your support of the April 1, 2015, Common Sense Economics (CSE) workshop hosted by the Passaic County Central Labor Council and Passaic County YES. Your generous contribution not only made this event a success, but will also go a long way to supporting the growth of the young workers program in Passaic County.

A Good Year for our Local Union

Message from Business Manager Bud Thoman 
 
I hope everyone had the opportunity to enjoy the holidays with their families and friends. Looking back at 2014, it was a fairly successful year. The IBEW had their first member from the 3rd District, elected to Congress. Donald Norcross, Assistant Business Manager of IBEW Local 351 in Folsom NJ. Donald was recently elected in the 1st District of New Jersey. 
 

Local 94 Political Endorsements

Message from Business Manager Bud Thoman

Election Day is this Tuesday November 4th. Please take the time to go and vote. Local 94 has two of our own members running for office; Dale Cross for Salem County Freeholder and Kirk Craver for Pittsgrove Township Committee, along with 9 other IBEW members throuthout the state.

Happy Labor Day Local 94

Message from Business Manager Bud Thoman

This year is a very special Labor Day for our local union. It goes without saying that Labor Day is our day, a holiday that union members and leaders before us fought and died to create so all workers, union or non, have a day of rest, celebration and relaxation to praise the American workers many achievements and pay homage to organized labor. It is our day and it's up to each and every one of us to ensure that the next generation understand Labor Day's true meaning beyond all the corporate commercialism.

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