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We earnestly invite all workers belonging to our trade to come forward, join our ranks and help increase our numbers, until there shall be no one working at our trade outside our Brotherhood

Rebuilding Together

Once again Rebuilding Together is here, Saturday  April 26, 2014. We have 12 jobs lined up for that day, some small and some large. We have put them in order of manpower needed and hope to have a large turn out as in the past. What we need besides volunteers is service vans to run these jobs and if anyone who has a van can contact Steve Powers. He will set up time to get the material put into the vans and go over the jobs.

Please notify Tom Burrows, tburrows@sfjatc.com ,  if you can help. We need to have some idea how many are volunteering. Our goal for the day is to complete the jobs and be done by noon time.

Remember you are helping someone who needs the help and hopefully, your volunteering will make a life time of happiness for someone in need.


Download: Rebuilding Together 4 15 14.pdf
2014 Women's Conference

The 2014 Women Building California and the Nation conference is coming soon (April 25-27, Sacramento) and we want your involvement.

See the attachment.

This conference brings together tradeswomen and union leaders to develop skills and strategies to recruit, retain and promote leadership of women on the jobsite and in their unions.

On-line registration begins January 10, 2014.  Mail-in registrations are being accepted immediately.

     SHERATON GRAND SACRAMENTO HOTEL
      916-447-1700 (Mention "Women Building" Conference)
      1230 J Street
      Sacramento, CA  95814

Attendees must make their own lodging reservations.

IBEW Local 6 will sponsor 10 attendees to the Conference. Please contact the hall if you are interested. First come first served.


Download: 2014wc_brochure_final(1).pdf
Volunteer Organizing Committee

The IBEW Local Union 6 has a proud history of making a difference in its community. Local 6 touches the lives of people through various kinds of community service, recognizing that it has a particular responsibility to be a good corporate citizen.

The IBEW Local 6 has made it an integral part of its mission to invest in the future of the community, and to give back to society.

Volunteers are always needed to participate in these activities. Contact the Union Hall 415-861-5752 for further information to volunteer or participate. Look for detailed information regarding these events on the website calendar, at Union Meetings and through mailers.

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OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT ELECTRICAL APPRENTICESHIP APPLICATIONS
SAN FRANCISCO JOINT APPRENTICESHIP AND TRAINING COMMITTEE E-mail: info@ sfjatc.com   ·   Website: sfelectricaltraining.
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Download: Official Notice 2014.pdf
OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT SOUND AND COMMUNICATION APPRENTICESHIP APPLICATIONS
Wage & Fringe Benefits: $13.27 to $16.84 per hour to start, depending on location, as per IBEW/NECA Collective Bargaining Agreement (as of 12/01/11), with periodic advancement. Medical & Retirement benefits are provided as per the Collective Bargaining Agreement, based on hours worked.
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Download: 1. NORCAL JATC Recruitment Brochure.pdf , SC Apprentice Flyer rev 20130829.pdf
IBEW Local 6 Mentoring Program
Local 6 is starting a Mentoring Program to help incoming members joining the Inside Wireman and Sound & Communications programs. Your knowledge of the industry, the Union and past practices needs to be shared with these new members.We are looking for volunteers and ideas from experienced members willing to reach out and mentor those who are new to this industry. Please respond to ibew6@ibew6.org if you can help.
Dues Notification Change
Delinquent Dues Notices will no longer be sent out via certified mail. Please remember that it is the members responsibility to maintain a current dues status. Monthly membership dues are payable quarterly in advance no later than the first Local Union meeting in January, April, July, and October of each year. Your attention to this very important matter is greatly appreciated.
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Once you have registered and been accepted you will be able to view the calls taken and the open calls.

Out or Work list is posted under Member Sign-In in the Member Resources drop down menu.

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The City Opts For New Office Tower Over More Housing

The City's official Request For Proposals to develop a 550-foot tower with ground-floor retail and 15,000 square feet of open space on San Francisco's Transbay Block 5 has just been issued with an explicit note attached: "Proposals that include any amount of residential and/or hotel space will not be accepted.
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$21M Renovation in Store for the Fairmont in Nob Hill

One of the most iconic hotels in the country, the Fairmont San Francisco, is about to get the ball rolling on series of improvements that should cement its reputation for stellar hospitality and elegance. Woodridge Capital Partners LLC and Oaktree Capital Management LP, the groups that purchased the property for $200 million back in 2012, are now spending $21M to improve the grand old hotel.
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Foster + Partners Tapped For Two Towers At First And Mission

Foster + Partners will team with Heller Manus Architects to re-design the two towers to rise at First and Mission. The two million square foot project includes an 850-foot office tower fronting First Street and a 605-foot condominium tower fronting Mission.
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New group urges extension of San Francisco’s Central Subway

More than 40 feet below San Francisco’s downtown streets two tunnel-boring machines tear through the hard earth preparing the new Central Subway route. The new subway line begins at 4th and Brannan Streets and will stop in Chinatown. But a newly formed group wants the new subway line to continue to Fisherman’s Wharf through North Beach.
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