2022 IBEW LOCAL 90
Place:         Hawks Landing Country Club, 201 Pattonwood Drive, Southington, CT 06489
www.hawkslanding.com  860-793-6000
Date:          Saturday June 11, 2022    Cost:  $60.00 per Player    Raffles: Skins, Gift Cards and 50/50
Time:                   Registration & Breakfast 7:00 – 8:15 AM,... Read More
Please take a moment to read Genesis Cornejo's story and consider making a donation.
An article published in the March 2022 issue of The Electrical Worker written by Local 90 Apprentice Genesis Cornejo.
Please take a moment to read her IBEW Story.
Building America Back Better
Biden's Agenda is Working for the IBEW
How President Biden’s actions benefit working families and IBEW members
Delivering on the Infrastructure Promise
Modernizing the electric grid. Decarbonizing transportation. Investing in the future. Good job opportunities for Americans. All are moving forward with the passage of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, the largest infrastructure law in generations – and with it jobs for IBEW members in nearly every branch.
On Facebook Live, President Stephenson and U.S. Rep. Cheri Bustos, who represents President... Read More
Classes are filling up fast, please call Karen at the JATC to schedule your annual 4 hour CEU course.
(203) 774-0058 or ceuctlicense@jatc90.org

Dear Electrical Licensee,
This notice is to inform you of a law change affecting your license with the Department of Consumer Protection.
Due to legislative changes, you must now complete your continuing education requirements three months prior to your license expiration date.

Beginning this year, your new deadline to complete continuing education requirements is June 30 of each year.... Read More

Essential workers who became ill and were unable to work, or who died after contracting COVID-19 may be eligible for financial relief through the new Connecticut Essential Worker COVID-19 Assistance Fund.
Any essential worker who was diagnosed with COVID-19 and lived in the state of Connecticut at any time between March 10, 2020 and July 20, 2021, is urged to apply for the relief program.
The application portal is open.
The fund will provide the following benefits to qualified essential workers:

Lost Wages – Unpaid leave and lost wages if an employee was unable to work after... Read More

President's Message: Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

We want to wish all of our IBEW brothers and sisters a Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and a Happy New Year! We’ve all worked hard toward continued growth of our skills and our industry over the last year, so we hope you find time to unwind and relax with loved ones, and make special memories through the simple moments. We want to thank our IBEW members and locals for donating their time by getting behind countless community efforts, and making the holidays a little brighter for those less fortunate than us.... Read More
It is with deepest sympathy that we announce the passing of Mickey Massaro, former CEO of Genovese & Massaro. He passed away on November 27th.  Calling hours will be held at Sisk Brothers Funeral Home in Hamden on Monday evening from 4pm-7pm.
Please see obituary for more info.

IBEW President Lonnie Stephenson and Austin Keyser, assistant to the president for government affairs, were on the lawn of the White House on Nov. 15 when President Biden signed the infrastructure bill.

Witnessing History: 
With the stroke of the pen, alongside more than 10 IBEW members and a bipartisan group of lawmakers at the White House on Nov. 15, President Biden made official one of the biggest infrastructure investments in U.S. history.
Its size and scope ensures that it will rebuild both the country’s weakened infrastructure and the middle class. Touching nearly every sector of the U.S. economy, the bill was touted on a level comparable to the construction of the transcontinental railroad in the late 19th century and the interstate highway system in the 1950s.
“I... Read More
In a welcome reversal from past administrations’ attempts to stifle the power of unions in the federal sector, the Biden administration is actively encouraging more worker participation in collective bargaining.
“We are proud as the Biden Harris administration in what we believe we will be, which is the most pro-union administration in the history of America," Vice President Kamala Harris said on Oct. 20 announcing the new guidelines. Among them are:
Including bargaining unit status and union affiliation in job announcements
Giving unions the opportunity to share information with new... Read More