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The Local 60 Hall will be closed Thursday and Friday this week for the Thanksgiving Holiday.

 

 

Starting October 1st, Local 60 members and their families will have access to Dental Insurance. Click Here to find out more!

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Upcoming Service Events!
This year the Local 60 Service Program has been opened up to CW-CE's. Any CW-CE that completes 12 hours in the Local 60 Service Program will be eligible to be reimbursed for one class passed at the JATC for advancement towards their Journeyman Status. Apprentices completing 12 hours in the Local 60 Service program will be eligible for the IBEW Local 60 Harry F. Katz Scholarship.
These are the scheduled "Service Credit Events" so far:
Education ZOOM Saturday September 17th, where we will learn about the IBEW pattern By-Laws and look to the future in their application to the Local.(4hrs) 
Local 60 Picnic - October 21st and 22nd. All kinds of volunteers will be needed for this great family event. (12 service hours)

We are excited to see the 2nd year of the implementation of the Local 60 Service Program. Last year saw many new faces get involved with their Local, and some even stepping up to serve as officers of RENEW and marching at the Cesar Chavez March. Some members helped pick up rocks, while others helped put on a fun Easter egg hunt for Local 60 Kids and their families. We had a Super Bowl Party, a "trunk or treat" event and multiple "Education Days" where our members were able to ask important questions and everyone present left with some knowledge about the Union or procedures that they didn't have before. We put on a "Retirees Appreciation Day" (Hopefully this can become an annual event) with the help of people participating in the Local 60 Service Program. We were able to put on a Super Smash Brothers Tournament, and multiple trips to help at the San Antonio Food Bank. We had members show up to put up Christmas lights all over the hall in preparation for the Local 60 Christmas Party. We had a day of building cornhole boards, and helped retirees move heavy furniture. We also saw more apprentice participation at the Local Union meetings. 
We applaud and thank everyone who gave of their time this year to better the Local, the Community, and themselves.

Thanks, from the Local 60 E-Board.

    


 

These Local 60 cooling towels are for every member of Local 60. Our goal is to deliver as many of these as possible directly to our members on the jobsite. In order to do this we need to know where you are working and how many members are working on that jobsite. Let us know by clicking here and provide the address if possible. Stay safe out there Brothers and Sisters. We've just finished the hottest July on record and are heading into the notoriously hot Texas August.

 

 

Local 60 Officer Election Results:

President- Steve Mini
Vice President - Michael Pitts
Treasurer - David Chapman
Recording Secretary - Vicente Gomez
Business Manager / Financial Secretary - Gary Aiken

Executive Board
David Arias
Brian Garcia
Isaac Gomez
Kody Lee
Brian Sinnot
Danny Vaquera
James Wiemers

 

    

 

 

 

   

 


To all Local 60 Members:

The Local 60 Death fund is a benefit; not to our members, but their families. We pay our $4.00 per deceased member with the expectation that when we pass away, our families will be taken care of in the same way. Death Benefits are on number 252. Check your dues receipt and if you are behind, get caught up!

 

  

 

 

Local 60 Members can contact the Hall by phone @ 210-337-1741 or email through the websitehttps://www.ibewlu60.org/, for an individual appointment. Any member needing to Sign or Resign during this period should go to the Local 60 website https://www.ibewlu60.org and click the Register tab. To obtain your place on the Book please call the Dispatch office.



AFL-CIO Scholarship for Union Members

 

          IBEW NECA Vaccine Joint Letter.pdf

 

 

   Monthly Meeting Notice
We are recommending that universal face mask be wore while attending. 

 

We will keep the membership posted on any and all upcoming meetings or events.

 

For more information on masking, testing or vaccinations please visit the City of San Antonio website at http://covid19.sanantonio.gov/vaccineinfo .

 

 

 

It's coming to that time of the year to make our Union voices heard when it comes to our elected representatives. Here you will find the endorsed candidates list from the AFL-CIO.

San Antonio AFL-CIO Candidate Recommendations 2022.

 

DON'T FORGET, SIGNING THE BOOKS IS DONE ONLINE.

 

RE-SIGN IS BETWEEN THE 10 & THE 16TH
OF THE MONTH.

        

 

   

 

 

 

 

   

"ASK NOT WHAT YOUR LOCAL CAN DO FOR YOU, ASK WHAT YOU CAN DO FOR YOUR LOCAL"

 

   

 

 


          

 

 

 

COVID-19 Information

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PANDEMIC UPDATE JANUARY 2021

NECA/IBEW SUSPEND NDERA AGREEMENT



Welcome To IBEW 60

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers

Serving San Antonio since 1893, we have over 125 years experience in the electrical trade. We are over 1,400 members strong employed by more than 25 Signatory Contractors.

If you're looking for the best electricians in San Antonio, look no further.  Contact us today and we'll help pair you with one of our licensed, bonded and insured contractors.

OUT OF WORK RESOURCES

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DISPATCH Rules

The following rules are established in order to provide the way and means to administer the Referral Procedure Provision.

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JOBLINE

We welcome you to the IBEW Local Union 60 Job Line!

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REGISTER

Recently Out of Work? Sign the Book today. Active members and travelers can do sign the book.

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RE-SIGN

Once you have already signed the book you must Re-Sign between the 10th and 16th of the month.

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Since 1893, the IBEW Local 60 has been serving San Antonio, Texas and its surrounding areas.

By suppling skilled electricians to the industry, our contractors are able to complete their projects on time and on budget.
Our local provides the following:

5

Year Apprenticeship Program

1,400+

Licensed Electricians

8,000+

Job Training Hours

127

Years Experience

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Contact Address

Union Office

3518 N. Loop 1604 E., San Antonio, TX

210-337-1741

Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

History & Structure

This is the story of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers—one of hard work, skill, and courage. Our organization’s goal has remained steady since our beginning: to promote excellence in the electrical industry and improve our members’ lives.

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