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  IBEW Local 567 proudly supports the mission of organized labor and is ready and willing to support the efforts of fellow Brothers and Sisters from other unions — even during a pandemic.  On June 21, members of International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers Local S6 went on strike against Bath Iron Works (BIW). …

The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 567 recently replaced their old, outdated website with a newly redesigned website. The new IBEW Local 567 website will provide members a multitude of reasons to frequently visit the site – from job referrals to member communication – and will make the Local stronger. New Features The new …

College is not for everyone and one Local 567 member has the story to prove to it. For Gabe Seeley, the decision to leave college was one he did not regret. “Before joining the Local, I considered myself to have the same mindset as all other college goers around me,” Seeley said. “I was convinced …

The journey from apprentice to Local Union leader began with an interview. Allan Shepard can remember sitting in the Hall at 110 Exchange St. in Portland, waiting to go into his interview. He was nervous as he anxiously awaited his opportunity to take the next step in the application process. The next day, Shepard returned …

Even experienced construction workers can need a change in their life. Denis Lehouillier spent most of his adult life in the construction field, including owning his own flooring business. When the Great Recession hit, Lehouillier began looking for a new career, where his services would be in demand year-round, no matter the economy. With some …

A career with the IBEW provides more challenges than the day-to-day monotony of working in a factory. IBEW Local 567 member Corey Martel is a perfect example of someone who decided he would rather build a factory, than assemble parts in one. After graduating from high school, Martel thought college would offer him the best …

Being an IBEW member runs in the blood of some families. The family of IBEW Local 567 member Mike Haskell is one such family. Haskell, a third-generation IBEW member, began his career as a white paper helper in October 1996. Two years later, he was sworn in as a member of the Local. Currently, Haskell …

June Monthly Meeting

The June 2024 monthly meeting will be held on 6/26/2024 at the hall at 6 pm.

Contract Ratification Results
104 yes, 34 no, Ratification passed
June 1st allocation $1.00 in pay $.17 in pension
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