N.Y. Rep. Introduces Bill to Name Post Office After Hurricane Sandy Victim Lenny Montalto

A New York City congressman has introduced legislation in the U.S. House of Representatives to name a Staten Island postal facility after Lenny Montalto, the APWU member who lost his life trying to save his home from flooding during Hurricane Sandy...

Thrift Savings Plan to Allow Financial Hardship Withdrawals

Postal and federal employees affected by Hurricane Sandy will find it easier to tap into retirement savings to help repair their homes, replace lost property, or to aid family members suffering from the massive storm, which devastated hundreds of...

Union Seeks to Identify Hurricane Sandy Victims

The APWU is attempting to identify union members who are suffering from the impact of Hurricane Sandy, which devastated hundreds of communities in the northeast and killed more than 100 people. Leonard Montalto, an officer of the Staten Island Local...

Support the Postal Employees Relief Fund

Damages caused by Hurricane Sandy have created severe hardships for workers in several Northeastern states — including many postal workers.

Pay Raise Set for Nov. 17

APWU-represented postal employees will receive an increase in their annual salaries effective Nov. 17 — the first in three years. ALSO: President Cliff Guffey is asking APWU members to contribute to relief efforts to help the victims of Hurricane...

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