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Old 04-09-2008, 07:43 AM   #21
 
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Local 900 Wayne, Michigan............................ Of course that is UAW 900...........
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Old 04-09-2008, 12:35 PM   #22
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UAW, IAM, IBEW all are welcome here
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Not a member of any union.

Not many unions in residential.

Now working in commercial. Although there are several IBEW unions in KY, don't know of many contractors around here that are actually in unions. Don't believe it's common practice around here.
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Old 04-15-2008, 08:32 PM   #27
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one half--local 300
In the past--local 595
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Hey guys, Im new to the forum. Im Local 26. Working for Metropolitian Controls. I've browsed around this site for a while and I have to say, great stuff. I'm trying learn as much as I can. Been working in this trade for about a year and a half, but that wasn't union. This is my first official year under the IBEW apprentice program.
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Hey you guys that posted here for your first posts (rong, morris, philly, alaska, steve, and dc) welcome to the forum brothers.
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thank you, thank you.... hope everyone is getting their 40.
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40 are you nuts?
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It seems like Local 3 is one of the better locals in the USA, from what I read in my bootleg copy of the Journal. The public part is on-line . . .

BTW, what does 'getting their 40' mean' ? Certaintly not 40 YEARS?

Keep on truck'in men.

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It seems like Local 3 is one of the better locals in the USA, from what I read in my bootleg copy of the Journal. The public part is on-line . . .

BTW, what does 'getting their 40' mean' ? Certaintly not 40 YEARS?

Keep on truck'in men.

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one half--local 300
In the past--local 595
Nice, I live in 595 jurisdiction. Where did you live when you were here?
Oh and been gettin far more then 40 for quite a while got 84 a couple weeks ago, sure made the govement happy
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local 265, Lincoln NE. GO HUSKERS!!!!
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Do former United Rubber Worker count??

if so ,.. Local 13 [ no longer there anymore due the company close up in that location ]

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Local 134 Chicago USA. Getting my forty for six years straight. Knock on wood..
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