NPC passes motion calling for immediate removal of PMG DeJoy

June 14, 2021
To whom it may concern,

The National Presidents Conference (NPC) is made up of American Postal Workers Union, AFL-CIO (APWU) Local and State Presidents throughout the Country.

Our Conference recently convened, and on Saturday June 5, 2021, after lengthy discussions, a motion was made by 480-481 (Michigan) Area Local President Roscoe Woods that stated:

For abdication of his oath of office, for pressing forward an agenda and 10 year business plan that will further degrade and delay service and in time destroy the U.S. Postal Service as we know it, the June 2021 APWU National Presidents Conference go on record calling for the immediate removal of PMG DeJoy.

If passed this motion will be reduced in writing and sent to:

President Joe Biden
USPS Board of Governors Chair, Ronald A. Bloom
Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee Chair, Senator Gary Peters
The Subcommittee on Government Operations Chair, Gerry Connolly

The motion was properly seconded and passed with no dissent. The 138 APWU Local Presidents and appointed delegates assembled at the June 2021 National Presidents Conference in Colorado Springs, Colorado hereby submit our request for the immediate removal of USPS Postmaster General Louis DeJoy.

Respectfully Submitted,

Charles A. Pugar, NPC Chair
1414 Brighton Road Suite 400
Pittsburgh, PA 15212

One thought on “NPC passes motion calling for immediate removal of PMG DeJoy

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    Just wondering how it is safe for one-hundred thirty-eight people to meet in person in Colorado soon after Covid restrictions being relaxed but not safe to assemble four months from now (October) for a national convention.

    Could the venue be changed to a state with a 75% plus vaccination rate? Maybe Colorado offers a safer alternative? Perhaps we are being “Zoomed” into keeping the status quo.

    No lectures needed from folks working safely from home that we look forward to meeting in person as soon as it’s safe. Many of us have arrived at our workplace and risked our own health as well as our families health to serve the American People every day during the pandemic.

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