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Long Island Chapter President's Message
 


Paul Dunn

Lately it seems that the only thing we can count on these days is the ongoing instability of constant change. With the implementation of complicated and seemingly incomplete legislation such as the Affordable Care Act, along with ever-increasing federal and local regulations, today’s environment poses a suite of challenges few business owners have experienced before and sets the table for a future of uncertainty for the organized electrical construction industry on Long Island.

As our world continues to change, the Government Affairs and Business Development leaders at NECA National remain ahead of the curve in advocating for, and leading our contractors through a very difficult business landscape. Here at home, our Chapter staff is doing the same by ensuring our local officials are held to task and consistently informed of the issues so critically important to us.

On a positive note, our trust funds continue to make strides as a result of not only favorable market conditions but the tremendous commitment from our trustees from both sides of the aisle. However, we can never rest and must remain diligent, focused and willing to adjust to market conditions.
I look forward to working with the leadership of LU 25 as well as the Long Island Chapter Board of Directors in maintaining much of the positive momentum of recent years in the area of labor relations and in working to bring about positive change for our industry.

If you are currently a NECA member I ask that you continue to be involved and always look for additional ways to contribute to our industry. If you are not yet a NECA member, I welcome you to our website and encourage you to contact our Chapter office to learn more about the many benefits that NECA membership has to offer.

Have a great 2014.

Long Island Chapter President

 
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