Results of union officer elections. Convention proceedings.
McKinnis, who served in the post for 15 years, did not seek re-election.
The union Executive Committee named Stacy Chamberlain as interim director.
IATSE Local 28 represents about 400 stage, wardrobe, and allied craft workers.
An autonomous division of the Carpenters, AWPPW represents 4,500 pulp and paper mill workers.
The trades will back an LNG export terminal, and greater funding for transportation infrastructure and career and technical education.
The IBEW leader has job shadowed retiring John Mohlis since February.
Former president Jimbo Anderson ran on a slate with a dozen other members and won, defeating incumbent officers.
Young outpolled challenger Jakob Juntunen 711 to 665 in a July 12 runoff election.
He will serve out the remainder of former business manager Erica Askin’s term.
Going forward, Local 483 will bargain its own contract with the City of Portland.