We celebrated Harry Bridges’ birthday earlier this week.  He is the father of the International Longshore & Warehouse Union (ILWU), and his birthday is an ILWU holiday.  With the exception of EverPort, all terminals in Oakland were open on his birthday this year.

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Speaking of the ILWU, current president Bob McEllrath will be retiring at the end of the year. Union members will have an opportunity to vote for a new leader.  Contenders are Ray Familathe, International Vice President, and Willie Adams, International Secretary-Treasurer.

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