Sunday February 22, 2004
Hiring Hall statistics for the week ending February 21st: 62 Ironworkers
were dispatched last week, 13 rows of journeymen on the out of work list.
February 23rd Monday morning at dispatch there will be a need for two structural hands and two wire welders in Puyallup and a wire welder in Seattle. Check out the work orders page or option 4 on the phone menu for details on job listings. 206.248.4246 or 888.212.6252
Approximately 70 Ironworkers attended the regular monthly meeting Thursday evening. Major topics of discussion include resolutions to create an organizer position and benefit changes to the medical plan effective July 1st.
Next Local 86 regular meeting will be March 19th Thursday 7pm at the Labor Temple, 2800 1st Ave, Seattle.
There will be an open house in memory of Tom Peterson on Saturday, March 6, from 12 - 4 PM at Shumway Mansion 11410 99th Place NE, Kirkland, WA 98033.
We regret to inform you that Frank Pliler book # 488626 passed away on February 17th. He was born on March 19, 1930. Brother Pliler joined the Ironworkers International in March 1952.
Local 86 numbers: 1,222 Journeymen, 206 Apprentices, 216 Pensioners, 176 Honorary, 4 Military
On Wednesday March 3rd, to maintain your name on the out of work list, you must come to the hiring hall and sign-in between 7am and 9am. Sign in will be declared complete at 9am. Sign in by phone is not an option. If you will be unable to come to the hiring hall on Wednesday, you may fax #206.439.1069 or email email@example.com your request to remain on the out of work list on Tuesday March 2nd. Members that do not sign in will be removed from the out of work list and will be required to contact the local office to have their name placed back on the list.
To receive online weekly reports and bulletins, email your address to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions or if I can be of assistance, please call or email. During business hours, 7 am - 4 pm: 206.248.4246, other times cell 206.510.2327.
In the depth of winter, I finally learned that there was within me an invincible summer. Albert Camus