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Tampa Area Retiree Chapter Members Meet with Congressman Charlie Crist

On August 9th, members of the Tampa Area Retiree Chapter were joined by Congressman Charlie Crist in St. Petersburg, FL as they celebrated the anniversaries of Medicare and Social Security. Members asked the Congressman questions regarding drug...

Retirees: Online Applications for Holiday Temp Jobs Due Sept. 2, 2019

Time is running short for APWU retirees who are interested in applying for temporary positions as Holiday Clerk Assistants: Online Applications are due Sept. 2, 2019. The Peak Season Exception Periods memo signed by President Mark Dimondstein and...

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New MS-1 Settlement and Implementation

On Aug. 8, the Maintenance Craft reached a settlement with the USPS regarding Handbook MS-1, TL-5 and TL-6 Revisions and Related Maintenance Management Orders, originally grieved by current Maintenance Division Director Idowu Balogun.

Senate Approves New Members of the Board of Governors and the Postal Regulatory Commission

The Senate confirmed three appointees to the Board of Governors on Thursday, August 1, before adjourning for the summer recess. Ron Bloom, Roman Martinez IV, and John Barger will join current Governors David Williams and Robert Duncan

Texas AFL-CIO Passes Resolution to Support the Public Postal Service

On July 26, the Texas AFL-CIO adopted the resolution Fight to Save the Postal Service at their 60th Constitutional Convention. The resolution was introduced by Texas Postal Worker Union President Carlton Williams and two NALC delegates. APWU...

Puerto Rico Governor Resigns Following Massive Protests

On Tuesday, July 23 an estimated 500,000 people filled the streets of Puerto Rico’s capital San Juan, demanding the immediate resignation of Governor Ricardo Rosselló. The protest was one of, if not the, largest demonstration in the Commonwealth of...

Postal Workers and Allies Flood Congress with Calls for “Postal Service Fairness”

Thousands of APWU members joined our nationwide phone action on Tuesday, July 23 to tell Congress to fix a bad law that has put our public Postal Service in jeopardy.

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