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Employment Opportunity - Posted 1/20/23

The City of St. Paul has a vacancy for an electrician.  For more information or to apply.

This position is not under the Local 110 Inside Agreement.  Wage and benefit packages are different than the Local 110 Inside Agreement.  Please do not contact the Local 110 / Referral Office for information or to apply for these positions.  For additional information or to apply, please click above link.

Opportunity to Help Fellow IBEW 110 Members - Posted 11/11/22


You can help make a difference for their family by donating Vacation Vouchers to them.

James Tennyson

Brandon McKeon

Brian Gale - Facebook Link:

Steven Patrin

At this time of the year we are often presented with opportunity to help those in need.  This year has been especially challenging for several IBEW 110 Members and their families.

The Trustees of the St. Paul Electrical Workers Vacation and Holiday Trust have authorized the gifting of 2022 or 2023 vacation vouchers to benefit the families listed above through March 31, 2023.

If you would like to make a huge difference to one or more of these families by donating some of your vacation vouchers, it's very easy to do.

Simply write their name on your voucher, sign it, and submit it to the Wilson-McShane Benefit Office via mail, e-mail, or drop box (outside of Wilson McShane’s Office). You won't be required to take the days off for the gifted vouchers, and your kindness will be forever appreciated.

Thank you

NOTICE - IBEW LOCAL UNION 110 MEMBERSHIP - Posted November 3, 2022


To all “A” and “BA” members, the fee paid to the International Per Capita general Fund is going up $2.00 per month as of January 1, 2023. In addition to the Per Capita General Fund increase, all “A” members basic dues paid into the International PBF pension fund are going up $2.00 per month on January 1, 2023. The result is LEA members currently paying $23.00 per month will increase to $25.00 per month. “BA” members currently paying $27.00 per month will increase to $29.00 per month. “A” members currently paying $42.00 per month will increase to $46.00 per month. This increase is due to action taken at the International Convention in Chicago, May 2022.

A $4.00 Death Benefit was assessed to all Local 110 members in November 2022 pursuant to Article XIII, Sec. 9 of IBEW Local Union 110 Bylaws which states: Whenever the balance in the Death Benefit Fund falls below $5,000.00, an assessment of $4.00 shall be levied on all members. 

If you have not paid this assessment, please remit four dollars ($4.00) to: (under “Dues Payment” tab) or mail to Local Union 110, 1330 Conway Street, Ste. 110, St. Paul, MN 55106.

 Fraternally Yours,

Jamie McNamara

OSHA 10 Card Update - Posted 5/3/22

More of our contractor's customers are requiring employees to have an OSHA 10 Card in hand when reporting for work.  If you do not have one or cannot locate yours, consider taking an OSHA 10 Class to get a new or updated card.  Not having an OSHA 10 Card does not exempt you from receiving a strike if you do not take a job.     

TEAM "Wellness at Work" - Posted 4/29/22

Free, confidential service to all members / staff that have 110 insurance
Need to speak to a TEAM counselor? 800-634-7710 day or night

TEAM Suicide Awareness and Prevention

Stress and Vulnerability to Substance Abuse and Suicide

TEAM Critical Incident and Crisis Response Instructions

Wage and Benefit Disbursement  - Posted 3/16/22

Wages and Benefits voted on at our March 15th General Membership Meeting

Thank you Habitat for Humanity Volunteers - Rice County Homes! - Posted 1/17/22

Coverage of At-Home Covid-19 Tests as of January 15, 2022 - Posted 1/14/22



 To:                   Plan Participants

From:               Board of Trustees – St. Paul Electrical Workers’ Health Plan

Date:                January 15, 2022

Re:                  Coverage of At-Home Covid-19 Tests as of January 15, 2022

Introduction: On Monday January 10, 2022, the U.S. Department of Labor issued guidance that health plans are required to cover at 100% the cost of at-home Covid-19 tests, effective January 15, 2022, through the duration of the declared public health emergency related to Covid-19.

Plan Coverage of At-Home Covid-19 Tests: As required by the Department of Labor guidance, the Plan will provide coverage for at-home Covid-19 tests subject to the provisions further detailed below.

  • At-home Covid-19 tests are covered if purchased on and after January 15, 2022 and through the end of the declared public health emergency related to Covid-19.

  • Only FDA-approved tests will be covered under this program. Please go to to learn which tests are currently FDA approved or check the packaging on the test before purchasing.

  • The Plan will cover the cost of the at-home Covid-19 tests without cost-sharing (no deductible or coinsurance).


  • Coverage is provided for up to eight (8) tests per covered individual under the Plan in a 30-day period.

  • For example, a family of four covered under the Plan, may receive at no cost up to 32 tests (8 per covered person) in a 30-day period.

  • Covered tests include only those for at-home medical use by you or your covered household family members. Tests for employment purposes or resale will not be covered or reimbursed under this program.

Reimbursement for Tests: At this time, the Plan has not yet established a process for you to be reimbursed for the costs of at-home Covid-19 tests. We expect to have that established in the coming days.

In the meantime, and until a reimbursement procedure is established, if you do purchase such tests on and after January 15, 2022, please keep your receipts. The Plan will send out an additional notice with instructions once it has established a reimbursement process.

Questions: If you have any questions, please contact the Plan Administrator, Wilson-McShane Corporation, at 952-851-5949.

 Thank you.  

"To Organize All Workers in the Entire Electrical Industry" - Posted 11/16/21 

Greetings Brothers & Sisters,

The first object of the IBEW is “To organize all workers in the entire electrical industry in the United States and Canada, including all those in public utilities and electrical manufacturing, into local unions,”.  On his Sunday night show, John Oliver of Last Week Tonight took time to expose companies that use union buster as a strategy to detour us from attaining our goals. 

Take 25 minutes, click on the link below and enjoy a hilarious commentary by Oliver.  It is worth the watch.  


David J. Ruhmkorff

International Vice President

IBEW  6th District

Unions Get It App Update - Posted September 16, 2021

Our Unions Get It App recently had updates that will affect any members who have an Android phone and who have downloaded the Unions Get It App from the Google Store prior to September 13th, 2021. This was to improve user experience and fix minor bug issues. We encourage our members who have the App installed prior to September 13th to delete the current Unions Get It version and download the newer version from the Google Play store.

 Below is a link you can to download the latest version.

Opt in? - Posted December 11, 2020

Local 110 has a group of email addresses that receive notification (bcc) when there is an event that involves one of our brothers or sisters.  This is sometimes good news about a member or family, a picnic or party reminder, and sadly, funeral notices from the paper or family members letting us know.  Many members have requested we share the obituary when we know about it so they can try to attend.  We do not spam you or share your email address with anyone.  If you would like to be added to the group, please click the link below. 

  Sign up with Doug Suchanek -

 Thank you!!!

Photos to Share - Posted December 11, 2020

Local 110 members if you have any pictures (110 members at work or play) you would like us to use for upcoming calendars/postcards please submit the photo with a brief description to April -



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