Reward offered for info on Burglary and Theft at Kentucky Post Office

(6/2/2020) The U.S. Postal Inspection Service is offering a reward of up to $10,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspect(s) who burglarized the Combs, KY Post Office on August 28th, 2019 and May 18th, 2020.

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APWU: Save the Post Office ad and Danny Glover spot hit the airwaves

(June 3, 2020) Postal workers and the fight to save the Postal Service hit the airwaves in two important new radio spots. A new radio ad, which focuses on the threat the USPS, was launched today by the American Postal Workers Union. The nationwide ad buy will include key states, whose senators will cast crucial…

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Postal Bulletin highlights National Dog Bite Awareness Week, June 14–20, 2020

Sponsored by the United States Postal Service®, National Dog Bite Awareness Week is a public service campaign that offers safety tips and emphasizes the need for increased owner responsibility in the prevention of dog attacks. From nips and bites to vicious attacks, aggressive dog behavior poses a serious threat to our employees. To emphasize the…

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APWU: JUNE 2020 – regular eReassign

On Tuesday, June 2, 2020, 2:55 PM, Lynn Pallas-Barber <lpallas@apwu.org> wrote: Brothers and Sisters, Please find attached the June 2020 posting for regular eReassign. There are 369 full-time/NTFT positions posted. This posting is required per Steps 5, 6.a and 6.b of the MOU on filling Clerk Craft residuals. Paragraph C of the same MOU also…

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APWU Pittsburgh Retiree Record – June 19, 2020

Via John P. Richards, President – Pittsburgh Area Retiree Chapter of the APWU In this issue: THESE ARE THE TIMES THAT TRY MEN’S SOULS… CHAPTER ACTIVITY IS IMPACTED WHAT NEXT?

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Former Groton Postmaster Sentenced for Stealing Government Funds

DOJ Press Release – June 2, 2020 BOSTON – A former United States Postal Service (USPS) employee was sentenced today in federal court in Boston for stealing approximately $7,000 in government money. Adam Lavertue, 37, of Dracut, was sentenced today by U.S. District Court Judge Richard G. Stearns to two years of probation, 500 hours…

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USPS: Guidance for working during civil unrest, pandemic

The Postal Service is reminding employees and contractors that they are exempt from curfew orders and other travel restrictions issued by state and local governments due to recent civil unrest and the coronavirus pandemic. The organization is working with federal, state and local authorities to ensure the safety of employees and customers as operations continue…

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APWU: New Stand Up Talk and Essential Employee Letter

On Tuesday, June 2, 2020, 8:35 AM, LaToya Burch <lfoggs@apwu.org> wrote: Hello All: Please see the attached updated essential employee letter and stand-up talk issued by the Postal Service. The letter is updated to include the civil unrest/curfews in effect around the country in various locations. The Stand Up talk addresses the civil unrest and…

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