IBEW Local 352
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  International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 352
  Office:  3315 S. Pennsylvania Ave., Lansing, MI 48910
  Telephone: (517) 887-9920, Fax: (517)887-9930 


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About IBEW Local 352
  Welcome to the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 352
  Office:  3315 S. Pennsylvania Ave., Lansing, MI 48910
  Telephone: (517) 887-9920, Fax: (517)887-9930 
  Email: ibewlocal352@msn.com

  The Local branch of the IBEW - Local 352 has approximately 450 members comprised of
  Lansing Board of Water and Light Employees and D.T.E. Energy Services Employees (Formally
  known as Duke Energy - C.U.C.) located in Lansing, Michigan which is a part of IBEW
  International's sixth district.  

  The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) represents
  approximately 725,000 members who work in a wide variety of fields, 
  including utilities, construction, telecommunications, broadcasting, 
  manufacturing, railroads and government.  

Interested in learning more?
  As Business Manager, my goal is to  
  insure that  the I.B.E.W. Local 352 is  
  committed to our union brothers and sisters
  in conjunction with a working partnership
  with the Lansing  Board of Water and Light 
  and D.T.E. Energy Services.  Providing the  
 highest level of quality service is  
 our committment.  Our customers are our top priority and expect  and deserve our best!  We are professionals we hold our members to the highest degree of conduct when representing our union in public and in private matters.

 Ron Byrnes, Business Mngr I.B.E.W. 352


               August 14, 2019        September 11, 2019

               October 9, 2019         November 13, 2019

               December 11, 2019


The 2nd Wednesday of each month at 5:30 pm 
Federated Polish Home, 103 W. Mt. Hope

 As a union our top priority is to follow safe  
 practices.  When in doubt, stop and ask!  Keep  
 in mind if you get injured and are not  
 following the company safety program or  
 OSHA standards you can be held responsible  
 for the accident.  Following safe guidelines 
 can prevent or help to save a life or lives.
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