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FIRST PUBLISHED IN 1893 Printed in the USA INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF ELECTRICAL WORKERS Vol. 6 No. 1 January 2012 IN THIS ISSUE 3 Members at work on Okla. highrise Hawaii local challenges cor

2 The Electrical Worker January 2012 Continued from page 1 Big Lessons for LaborCommunity Alliances in Small Missouri City Putting 1.3 percent of their straighttime earnings into dues was seen by

The Electrical Worker January 2012 3 Savvy Partnership, Job Skills Help Okla. Local Cinch Skyscraper Project IBEW MEDIA WORLD In addition to your monthly issue of The Electrical Worker, check out

4 The Electrical Worker January 2012 Report of Independent Auditors To the International Executive Council of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers We have audited the accompanying co

The Electrical Worker January 2012 5 International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and Subsidiaries Consolidated Statements of Cash Flows Years Ended June 30, 2011 And 2010 2011 Cash flows from

6 The Electrical Worker January 2012 10312 entities Limited partnerhsip AFLCIO Housing Investment Trust 87,858,605 17,416,824 15,313,030 359,089,164 100,383,240 18,310,434 15,252,174 401,703,926

The Electrical Worker January 2012 7 The International Unions securities lending activities were collateralized as described above, and the terms of the securities lending agreement with the custod

8 The Electrical Worker January 2012 Local Lines Happy New Year L.U. 1 as,c,ees,ei,em,es,et,fm,i,mt,rts,s,se,spa, stws, ST. LOUIS, MOHappy New Year to all As we move forward into 2012, let us all

The Electrical Worker January 2012 9 Local 37 delegates attend the Vancouver Convention from left, Romeo Bourque, Don Dickson, Annette Perry, Local 37 Bus. Mgr. Ross Galbraith, First District Int.

10 The Electrical Worker January 2012 Local Lines members, was demanding such extreme concessions on pension issues that the membership voted overwhelmingly to strike. This resulted in an 18day st

The Electrical Worker January 2012 11 Electric joint venture, employed more than 70 electricians at the peak of construction. The second phase of the project, a new air quality control system, is s

12 The Electrical Worker January 2012 Local Lines the kids Christmas party was Saturday, Dec. 10. From celebrating the holidays to thanking our veterans, we have participated in local parades and

The Electrical Worker January 2012 13 Hope for the New Year L.U. 477 irts, SAN BERNARDINO, CAGreetings to brothers and sisters of the IBEW from Local 477. I hope everyone is doing well. This year s

14 The Electrical Worker January 2012 Local Lines local unions. I will further the purposes for which the IBEW was instituted. I will bear true allegiance to it, and will not sacrifice its interes

The Electrical Worker January 2012 15 It is still tough times here, but we are striving for a strong future for our local union. As members of this great union, we all must be diligent in our effor

16 The Electrical Worker January 2012 Continued from page 7 Local Lines Total expected benefit payments, net of Medicare Part D subsidies, for the next 10 fiscal years are as follows Year Ending Ju

The Electrical Worker January 2012 17 In Memoriam Members for Whom PBF Death Claims were Approved in November 2011 Local Surname Date of Death 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

18 The Electrical Worker January 2012 FROM THE OFFICERS Calling Their Bluff on Taxes International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers The Electrical Worker was the name of the first official publi

The Electrical Worker January 2012 19 Letters to the Editor Remembering a Union Man My father, Richard Kunzat, was a member of IBEW Local 58 and passed away on October 28, 2011. He was a very proud

20 The Electrical Worker January 2012 North of 49 Au nord du 49 parallle First District Engages Next Generation of Electrical Workers I n the United States and Canada, the IBEW has made outreac

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