2014 Inside Wiremans Contract Changes and Negotiations Settlement Wage & Fringe Package has beeen posted on the Contracts Page for Registered Members.ALLOCATIONS FOR THIS YEARS RAISE ARE HIGHLIGHTED IN YELLOW.
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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.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.
The developers behind the massive rebuild of Treasure Island in San Francisco cleared another hurdle to starting construction on the 8,000-home development on the man-made island.
A state Appeals Court upheld a lower court’s ruling that an Environmental Impact Report approved by San Francisco is adequate.
The environmental review for a proposed 16-story residential building to rise at 525 Harrison Street is underway and Hines has already filed the paperwork to get the permit ball rolling and allow for a quick start assuming the project is approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission.
Shorenstein is pushing forward with the development of 1066 Market Street, a proposed 300-unit building designed by Arquitectonica to rise a narrow twelve stories along Market Street with the bulk of the building a floor or two higher along Jones and Golden Gate Avenue (as rendered above).
The redevelopment of Treasure Island is moving forward, after the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved a measure that clears the way for parts of the island to be transferred to the city by the end of the year.
While currently only zoned for building up to 65-feet in height, the parcels upon which the San Francisco Tennis Club sits could be up-zoned for development up to 200-feet in height as part of San Francisco’s Central SoMa Plan.
Originally known as the Central Corridor Plan, the Central SoMa Plan could also clear the way for a modern 300-foot tower to rise at 330 Townsend Street.