Marine Clerk Averages on Local 63 Website and App

Members:

On the Local 63 website, you can view Marine Clerk Averages under the “Dispatch” section.

In the Local 63 app, you can view Marine Clerk Averages under “My Info & Resources.”  However, due to a technical issue, the current Marine Clerk Averages are not showing.  We have brought this to the attention of our service provider and will have it resolved as soon as possible.  In the meantime, as a work around in the app, you can click on “My Union” and then “ILWU Local 63 Website” and see the current Marine Clerk Averages there.

Thank you for your understanding.   You will be updated as soon as the app issue is resolved.

 

 

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8th Annual ILWU Walk the Coast Texas Hold ‘Em Poker Tournament

Attention Members, Pensioners, Family, and Friends:

ILWU Walk the Coast will be hosting fundraising events in Los Angeles and Port Hueneme this year in the continued fight against childhood cancer.   Proceeds to benefit Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation.  The first event this year, the 8th Annual ILWU Texas Hold ‘Em Poker Tournament, will be held in LA at the Gardens Casino on Thursday, October 17th at 7:00 p.m. (check-in at 6:00 p.m.).   Please register at  www.ILWUWalktheCoast.org to select and reserve your free event t-shirt.   Flyer below.   Port Hueneme event details will be posted when available.    Looking forward to your participation (spectators are welcome)!

2019-WTC-Poker-Event-Flyer-1

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LA County Supervisor Motion to Support the ILWU and Study the Economic Impact of Port Automation

On June 25, 2019, LA County Supervisor Janice Hahn passed a Motion that was approved unanimously by the LA County Board of Supervisors to support the ILWU’s fight to save waterfront and community jobs and businesses.   Her motion included advocating for an economic study on the loss of jobs and businesses that would result from the introduction of port automation.

Great work Supervisor Hahn!

Read Supervisor Hahn’s Press Release and Motion here:

06-26-2019 Supervisor Janice Hahn Motion Approved to Study Impact on Port Automation

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