Notes on APWU NPC by Nashville Local VP Cassie Williams

Vice President’s Report Cassie Williams Nashville Local #5 NPC – National President’s Conference in Washington D.C. – March 9-11, 2019 Saturday March 9th – National Legislative Director Judy Beard along with at least 2 of her administrative assistants gave a class entitled “Fighting Privatization’. Although I had an appointment around noon on Capitol Hill I…

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National President’s Conference Notes – March 2019

National President’s Conference Notes – March 10 – 11, 2019 Via Sam Wood, President – Southwest Florida Area Local I have limited my notes drastically in order to keep these notes as short as possible while also being helpful to what was covered at the NPC. I apologize in advance for any errors or mistakes…

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APWU President Dimondstein reconsiders eliminating NE Region Coordinator position

“In weighing all the positives and the negatives and upon further review, it is my final decision to fill the vacant position. The National Executive Board is meeting on January 15, 2019 when I will submit my recommendation, subject to their approval.” – Mark Dimondstein, President Related: Elimination of the APWU NE Region Coordinator Position…

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Elimination of the APWU NE Region Coordinator Position

“Sisters and Brothers, last Tuesday, I sent out the explanation below of APWU President Mark Dimondstein’s intention to propose the eliminate the Northeast Region Coordinator position upon the retirement of Coordinator John Dirzius at the end of this year. I have received many emails and phone calls at this point from Local Officers, all opposing…

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RT’s Holland Cooke discusses Privatizing USPS with APWU President Mark Dimondstein

Published on Aug 25, 2018 Holland Cooke discusses the possibility of Privatizing the U.S. Postal Service with Postal Workers Union President Mark Dimondstein and Boom Bust Host Bart Chilton. Then, Holland speaks with Dr. Joe Alton on the dangers of Lyme disease, and the tendency of doctors to miss the diagnosis.

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