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CHANGES

LOCAL 644, CORPUS CHRISTI, TX-Effective January 1, 2013, Local 644 will cease operation. Its territory and membership have been assigned to Local 23, San Antonio, TX.

Members and officers can access the List of Locals book online at 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 hereeach month.

TAPS

LOCAL 4, CLEVELAND, OH-William Curtin*, Torsten Esborn*, Michael D. Leese, Michael J. Mirtich*

LOCAL 5, DETROIT, MI-Brian Cleary, Jack Greenbaum*, Herman Hopkins*, Joseph 'Jimmy" Martin*, Leo Rea

LOCAL 15-286, TOLEDO, OH-Luella Groves*, Mitchell Lieberman*, Joseph Morin*

LOCAL 16-248, NORTHERN NJ-Salvatore Dispenziere, Robert L. Livingood, Raymond Matarazzo*

LOCAL 30-73, MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL, MN-William Laack*, Kathy Kohls*, John C. Sutherland*

LOCAL 65-699, HOUSTON, TX-Leo Feistal, William Lee III, Leon D. Schreiber, William F. Wilson, Janet York

LOCAL 77, PHILADELPHIA, PA- James W, Fawcett*

LOCAL 97-106, LOCKPORT, NY-Frank Loiars

LOCAL 145, VANCOUVER BC-Diane Loomer

LOCAL 149, TORONTO, ON-Leo Spellman*

LOCAL 180, OTTAWA, ON-Robert Langley*

LOCAL 193, WAUKESHA, WI-Gerard "Buddy"Glysz, Nancy Stuhlman

LOCAL 257, NASHVILLE, TN-William Toliver Carlisle, Jr.*, John Lane Denson

LOCAL 542, FLINT, MI-James Fritzler*

LOCAL 547, CALGARY, AB-John Klein*, Hugh MacPherson Local 630, New Kensington, PA-Howard W. Craven*, David Wallen, Sr.*

LOCAL 802, NEW YORK, NY-Morton D Cahn Jr*, Norman Dean*, Barry Finclair, Robert J Handschuh*, Marion Herrman*, Donald Homuth*, Willis Kelly*, Willie Mitchell, John F Signorelli*, Manny Singer*, John (Red) Triolo*

* Indicates Life Member

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. As a result, the AFM's International Unfair List will be published in its entirety in the International Musician on a monthly basis, so that members may be aware of all employers maintained on the International Unfair List.

PLACEMENTS

Under the terms of the new policy, a primary labor dispute must exist between the union and the employer at the time of placement on the International Unfair List. Such disputes may include, but are not limited to:

1) Lawful strikes in support of the union's bargaining demands and/or demands for union recognition;

2) Employer-initiated lockouts of musicians represented by the AFM or any of its locals;

3) Union protests against employer unfair labor practices. …

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