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CHANGES

OCSM-New President; Matthew Heller; 1152 Memorial Drive, NW; Calgary, AB T2N 3E5; Tel: 403-474-1810; Email: mheller@gmail.com

LOCAL 24, AKRON, OH-Secretary Todd Jelen; New mailing address: 1580 Akron-Peninsula Rd.; Akron, OH 44313; Email: tj7118@msn.com

LOCAL 92, BUFFALO, NY-President Richard C. Riederer; Secretary-Treasurer Wendy Pace

LOCAL 418, STRATFORD, ON-New mailing address: P.O. Box 742; St. Mary's, ON N4X 1B4; Tel: 519-301-2592

LOCAL 689, EUGENE, OR-Jurisdiction update: Add the following counties: Harney & Malheur

LOCAL 1000, NONGEOGRAPHIC-New Secretary Steve Eulberg; Contact info remains the same; Email: owlmntnsbe@comcast.net

Members and officers can access the List of Locals book online at http://www.afm.org/member/library/. Information changes, such as new local officers, addresses, phone/fax numbers, etc, are updated montly on the AFM website. Officers should send information changes/updates to ofcrchg@afm.org. Change of officers and addresses will continue to be listed here each month.

TAPS

LOCAL 5, DETROIT, MI-Marvin Tarplin*, Bess Bonnier*, Bradley Felt, Jeremiah Taylor*, Matthew Michaels*

LOCAL 6, SAN FRANCISCO-George Cerruti*, James Chapman, Leo DeMeo*, Dwight Hall*, Donald Harvey, Tom Jones, Roy Palmer*

LOCAL 16, NEWARK, NJ-Alfred Gonnelli*, Jay A. Krafchick*

LOCAL 30-74, MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL, MN-Gerald L. Burt

LOCAL 40-543, BALTIMORE, MD-Eleanore D. Tripp*

LOCAL 47, LOS ANGELES, CA-Edward F. Barry*, Pauline M. Lindborg*, James M. McGee*, Dan W. Smith, Maurice L. Weiss*

LOCAL 56, GRAND RAPIDS, MI-Raymond Gill, Eric Jones

LOCAL 60-471, PITTSBURGH, PA-Arthur S. Beerman*, Hosea S. Taylor

LOCAL72-147, DALLAS-FT. WORTH-Carl H. Cooper, L. Frank Gray, Raymond M. Hair, Sr., Michael Hamilton, Joe Paul Nichols, Sr., Alan C. Snodgrass, Guy Woodward, Jr.

LOCAL 92, BUFFALO, NY-Anthony DeCorse*

LOCAL 94, TULSA, OK-William E. McKee*

LOCAL 145, VANCOUVER, BC-Kimberly Baskerville, F. Keith Watson*

LOCAL 149, TORONTO, ON-John R. Watts*

LOCAL 198-457-Edward J. Drew*

LOCAL 248, PATERSON, NJ-Robert F. Rieth*

LOCAL 257, NASHVILLE, TN-William Joel Digregorio, Ryan Lee Jones, Chris Mark Kent

LOCAL 269,HARRISBURG, PA-Charlie Morrison, Irene Palashewsky

LOCAL 300, LOWELL, MA-John Battis

LOCAL 369, LASVEGAS, NV-Al Shay*

LOCAL 547, CALGARY, AB-Paul SWhite *Indicates Life Member

KEEP THE IM COMING

Your local reports all address changes to the Federation, which insures uninterrupted delivery of the IM. The sooner you tell your local you're moving, the faster your address is changed, especially now that many locals report address changes via the Internet. Members who are suspended for non-payment of dues in any local they belong to aren't entitled to receive the IM, even if they're in good standing in another local. Receiving the IM is a membership benefit and, as with all union benefits, it isn't extended to musicians who don't pay their dues.

Additionally, you can read entire issues of the IM online in the member's section at afm.org Each issue is available on the first of the month. If you prefer to read the IM online and want to eliminate the paper waste and excess postage for the AFM, send a request to be removed from the mailing list to fbaybay@ afm.org or call 212-869-1330x270.

Unfair List Policy & Procedures

To make the AFM's International Unfair List an even more effective way to support musicians during primary labor disputes, the International Executive Board revised the policy and procedures for placing and maintaining employers on the International Unfair List. …

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