CWA Local 1103
CWA Local 1103

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CWA Local 1103 Election Committee Chair
Oversees Local Officer and other Local wide elections to ensure US Department of Labor, CWA Constitution, and Local 1103 By-Law compliance
Contact: Kenneth Boynes
CWA Local 1103 Safety Committee Chair

Chair of all Local 1103 highest level safety committees.


  • Talk regularly with members and stewards about health and safety problems;
  • Conduct workplace surveys to identify hazards and document problems;
  • Stay updated on new federal and state regulations;
  • File federal or state OSHA or DOT complaints (in consultation with 1103 president and CWA District 1 Safety and Health Department if needed);
  • Develop health and safety proposals for negotiations and bargaining with management;
  • Work with stewards to support health and safety grievances; and,
  • Keep health and safety records including: past health and safety grievances; copies of OSHA citations after inspections; member complaints; state and federal standards; health and safety literature.
Contact: Anthony Pugliese
Joint Equity and Womens Committee Chair

The committee is responsible for the following:

  • Educates on health, economic and social issues that affect women and persons of color.
  • Encourages and supports women and persons of color in fighting at the local, state and national level for legislation designed to improve their status. 
  • Support efforts to recruit and train organizers in CWA’s effort to organize women and persons of color.
  • Increase grassroots activity on civil rights issues.
  • Increase community visibility of CWA Civil Rights and Equity program.
  • Improve communications between the local committee and activists.
Contact: Kevin Sheil
Legislative and Political Action Committee (LPAT) Coordinator

Building Political Union Power

You know we do important work as a union at the bargaining table, gaining better wages, working conditions, and terms of employment for our members. But again and again, we see how advances made at the bargaining table can be lost through a single action of Congress or a state legislature. Other times, we can’t win what we need at the bargaining table alone—we need to work with pro-labor champions in elected office and win pro-worker legislation.

CWA Local 1103 Legislative and Political Action Team 
Legislative Political Action Team (LPAT) is made up of local legislative and political activists. Every local is required to have an LPAT. The purpose of an LPATs is to strengthen and move CWA’s legislative and political program.  Contact your Business Agent or me, if you're interested in joining.   

Contact: Joe Mayhew
CWA Local 1103
345 Westchester Ave
Port Chester, NY 10573

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