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AT&T/Legacy S 2017 3rd Quarter Surplus

Today, AT&T announced a potential 3rd quarter surplus in the Supply Chain Operations in the Supply Attendant title.  This will affect employees represented by CWA Local 4340 in the Cleveland FAA.

The majority of the employees to be affected by the AT&T announcement have met with management this morning, June 15, 2017 to review SIPP information.

AT&T’s announced surplus affecting CWA Local 4340 members are:

  • AT&T is eliminating 1 Supply Attendant position @ 750 Huron Rd. in the Cleveland FAA.

Article 26 of the CWA contract with AT&T governs all AT&T surplus declarations.  Please contact your Steward or the Union office with questions regarding Article 26.  The Union will continue to release updates as there are updates. 


IMPORTANT- Official Notice 2017 CWA Local 4340 Elections

Official Notice
2017 CWA Local 4340 Elections

This is the Official Notice for the Nomination and Election of Officers for CWA Local 4340. Please note the important dates below for the Nomination and Election Process.

July 10, 2017:

Nominating Petitions and explanantion available for pick-up at 10:00 am at 1400 E Schaaf Rd, Brooklyn Hts OH 44131

August 7, 2017:

Valid Nomination Petitions must be received by certified mail to the CWA Local 4340 Election Committee P.O. Box

August 10, 2017:

Verification of petitions and Notification to Candidates

September 15, 2017:

Ballots will be mailed to the Membership.  If you do not receive your ballot within 10 business days please contact the Union Hall @ 216-635-4340

October 13, 2017:

Ballots must be returned to CWA Local 4340 Election Committee P.O. Box

October 16, 2017:

Ballots will be tabulated at the Union Hall and results certified

Scott Mintus
Election Committee Chairman


CWA Local 4340 Pioneer Waterland Picnic, June 25th, 2017 

CWA Local 4340 Pioneer Waterland Picnic Sunday, June 25th, 2017, 11:00 am - 8:00 pm

CWA will be providing a lunch from 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm, Feel free the bring a dessert to share!

Member Ticket is FREE, purchase 4 additional tickets @ $10 a ticket, if you need more than 5 tickets then it will be $20 a ticket.  Children under 2 are FREE.  Ticket Price includes ALL DAY access to the Park, FREE parking & FREE Beverage Service ALL DAY.  **Go-Karts, Batting Cages & Arcade are NOT included**

to Purchase tickets will be May 30th, 2017 (Member Ticket Form Must be Completed with Purchase)

Click Here to View Flyer With Full Details (updated 04/27/17)

Member Ticket Form (updated 04/27/17)




CWA Mobility and D9 strike support

Thank you to all of our members who helped support the CWA Mobility (Orange Contract) and D9 (wireline contract) during their strike.

Although this strike was not for our contract, we all know the importance of remaining united. Next year our contract expires and our Union Brothers and Sisters from Mobility will stand by our side when we need them. Just as we did and do for them now. Your aid walking a picket line, not crossing their picket line, honking your horn or dropping off supplies was greatly appreciated. It showed them, that we are all fighting together for fair contracts. More importantly, it shows the company of our members’ resolve to achieve a fair contract.

In less than 24 paychecks the Midwest/Legacy S contract expires. We need to be ready.

Your Officers,

Gary Kundrat, Dave Passalacqua, Linda Michelle Burns


YOU can help a Member's Family Member-Strike Up Some Fun! Saturday, June 24th, 5pm-8pm

You Can Help!

Join us for a fun night out of bowling to help benefit a CWA Local 4340 Member's family member-Crystal Cicconetti, her husband Anthony and daughter Sofia.  Crystal will be undergoing a second heart valve replacement surgery, third overall heart surgery, and 100% of ticket sales will go directly to the family and will help cover the cost of the procedure and the medical bill to follow.

Rich Lanes

637 High Street
Fairport Harbor

Tickets: $12.00

Unlimited Bowling & Cost of Shoe Rental INCLUDED

Light Snacks & Refreshments

Alley bar will be open for ault beverages (sales go to Rich Lanes)

For Ticket Sales You can Contact:

Lea Karbacha 440-417-6180
Serra Heald 440-983-1148
Gina Heald 440-381-5806

Click here to view Flyer with Full Details


CWA Local 4340 Celebrates National Black History Month, This week let's Recognize: A Philip Randolph !

 As we celebrate National Black History month, we also celebrate the diversity within our own union, CWA Local 4340.  We want to take this opportunity to reflect on past African- American Labor leaders that fought for equal rights, better working conditions, and equal pay for all. This week we recognize:

A Philip Randolph

A Philip Randolph was born April 15, 1889 in Crescent City Florida.  He moved to New York City after he graduated Valedictorian from the Cookman Institute. He began to take social sciences at the city college where his activism in local government was spurred.  He ran for two public offices in 1920 and 1922 but was unsuccessful in his attempts.  Randolph’s desire to improve working conditions and better pay lead him to organize the elevator operators in New York City in 1917.  In 1919 he became the president of the National Brotherhood of Workers of America.  This union organized African-American shipyard and dock workers in Virginia.  Randolph went on to be elected the President of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters in 1925.  The Pullman Car Company was at the time the largest employer of African Americans in the country.  This new union gave the black porters a voice, because of their race they were often underpaid and suffered poor working conditions.  They would continue to fight Pullman for equal pay and better working conditions until President Roosevelt granted the porters rights under federal law in 1934.  Pullman finally started negotiating with the BCSP in 1935 and the BCSP won their first contract in 1937.  That contract gave the porters over $2000.00 in pay increases, better working conditions and the guarantee of overtime pay.  Randolph continued his union activism and was later elected as the AFL-CIO Vice President in 1955.

Randolph went on to help Martin Luther King further the Civil Rights movement throughout the 1960’s.  A Philip Randolph received the following awards for his efforts for equality for all:

1942 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Spingarn Medal.

1964 President Johnson presented him the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

1967  He was awarded the Pacem in Terris Peace and Freedom Award.

1970 Named Humanist of the year

2014 Inducted into the Florida Civil Rights Hall of Fame

Randolph passed away in 1979 in New York.