Who are the IUOE, Local 148?
Local 148 has its roots in the power plants of the Union Electric Company (known as Ameren Missouri today). In 1941, craftsmen at the various plants came together to seek better working conditions as well as dignity and fairness on the job.
On Monday and Tuesday of last week, I was at the Missouri State Capital with at least 300 Union brothers and sisters to let the members of the Missouri State Senate know that the working people of Missouri did not want right-to-work legislation passed in our State.
TED ANTOFF MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
The Operating Engineers, Local 148 Scholarship Committee is now accepting applications for the 2015 Scholarship Program. A $1,000 scholarship shall be awarded as first prize, and a $500 scholarship awarded as second prize. The deadline for receiving the essays in connection with the Scholarship Awards is Sunday, March 15th , 2015.