The next General Membership Meeting is Thursday December 18, 2014 @ 5:15pm
Offiicers will be sworn in at the Membership Meeting for the term Jan. 2015 through Dec. 2017; with the exception of Treasurer. The position of Treasurer will be filled via mailout election in January.
CWA Local 1088, founded in 1973, is almost 500 members strong and growing. The vast majority of our local is currently in the public sector workforce. We currently have Chapters at: Ocean County Board of Social Services, Judical, Lacey Township, Pine Beach. We are currently building our newest chapter at Island Heights DPW.
|Executive Board||Chapter Vice Presidents|
|President||Ellen Vidal||Judical||Lin Mills|
|Vice President||Alex Czarkowski||Lacey||Terri Stawski|
|Treasurer||Rocco Piccolo||OCBSS||Debbi Madensky|
President Vidal's testimony at the State Assembly Human Services committee on 09/22/14
"My name is Ellen Vidal. I am the President of CWA Local 1088, which represents workers at the Ocean County Board of Social Services and where I have worked for over 20 years. I am also here representing the CWA Welfare Local’s Council which I am the Chair. Collectively we represent thousands of workers at welfare boards in nearly every county. I would like to thank the committee for allowing me the opportunity to speak today.
I won’t spend much time talking about CASS. What I know about CASS is that it’s been promised over and over for several years, and we still have not seen it, and now we’re...
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Lacey's contract was up December 31, 2012. Thank You to all members who submitted their surveys and voted. We are now awaiting the Township Council to approve the MOA. Members will be advised as negotiations proceed, we all hope for a quick resolution as everyone is aware Lacey had a 0% increase for three years in their last contract and essentially earned less as a result of Gov. Christie's change in Legislation.