2015 Plant Consolidation Schedule Updated October 10, 2014

Date changes for Southern Connecticut P&DC; Stamford P&DC, Central Mass P&DC, Northwest Boston P&DF, Mid-Hudson P&DC, Queens P&DC. Click Here for 2015 Network Rationalization Schedule updated 10/10/14 [XLXS]

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Fiduciary responsibilities of APWU Trustees?

Can someone please help me find in writing the fiduciary responsibilities of APWU Trustees?  How many audits do they have to conduct in a year?  In Long Beach, we conducted 1 per year. Now that I am in the Greater Los Angeles Local, is it the same? Thank you, Roland

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APWU: Enforcing the MS-47 MOU

Dear All, Attached please find message which responds to inquiries that have come in on the work hour comparison of item 6 of the July 9, 2014 MOU. It’s intended to help out those Locals who may need some assurance they are on the right track. Please forward to MCDs and Local Presidents in your…

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USPS OIG Blog: Post Office Relocations – Having Your Say

People care a lot about their local post offices, at least if the number of news stories on the topic and the comments we receive on our blog and Audit Project pages are indications. For some, the neighborhood Post Office serves as everything from the source of a community’s name and identity, to a spot…

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APWU: Saugus MA Says, ‘Stop Staples’

Activists in Saugus, MA, staged a protest on Tuesday, Oct. 7, to shout “No!” to the USPS-Staples plan to privatize postal services. A great many drivers passing by gave strong support to the 35 attendees outside the office-supply outlet, lending their car horns to the movement. via Saugus MA Says, ‘Stop Staples’ | APWU.

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APWU Fights Plant Consolidations – ‘Keep Them Open!’

(This article appears in the November/December 2014 issue of The American Postal Worker magazine.) Filled with enthusiasm after the union’s national convention in July, APWU members in cities and towns across the country have been forming community alliances and organizing protests to fight plant consolidation. Working Hard in Industry When word spread that Postmaster General Patrick…

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APWU Retirees Rock

(This article appears in the November/December 2014 issue of The American Postal Worker magazine.) Many APWU members ask, “What do I do once I retire?” It is, of course, a personal choice. However, I have a suggestion: Become a union activist. Many of our members understand the importance of staying involved with the union and…

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