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APWU Web News Article 111-2018

APWU and USPS Agree to an Extension

11/20/2018 - Our current Collective Bargaining Agreement (union contract) initially expired on September 20, 2018. The APWU and the U.S. Postal Service agreed to extend negotiations until October 20th after which the parties again extended negotiations until November 20th. During that period the APWU and the Postal Service engaged in a series of negotiating sessions.

The APWU believes recent negotiations have been fruitful and we have made progress towards a framework of an agreement.

In that light, the APWU and the USPS have agreed to continue our negotiating efforts until December 7th.

APWU Web News Article 113-2018

Postal workers kept the public safe. Why does the White House want to get rid of them?

Op-Ed By President Mark Dimondstein

11/20/2018 - This opinion editorial (op-ed) by President Mark Dimondstein was published in the Miami-Herald on November 20th. 

"We are all postal customers and undoubtedly appreciate the outstanding efforts of dedicated postal workers in the face of these recent crimes. But our appreciation is not enough to defeat the efforts of those who would destroy the Postal Service and loot the public good for private gain. Join the effort to guarantee that the postal service remains owned by, and in the service of, the people."

APWU Web News Article 108-2018

2018 Convention Transcript Now Available

11/15/2018 - An official transcript of the proceedings from the APWU’s 24th Biennial National Convention is now available to union members on www.apwu.org. The convention is the highest governing body of the APWU. The 1,520-page document provides a full transcript of the business undertaken during the assembly, which took place Aug. 20-23 in Pittsburgh.

Union members can click here to log in and view or download the convention proceedings

 

APWU Web News Article 105-2018

Association of Flight Attendants-CWA Produces Video Against Postal Privatization!

10/29/2018 - In a strong show of solidarity, the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA produced a video to educate flight attendants about the importance of public services and the role of solidarity in winning our fights. “The U.S. Postal Service mail and packages fly on our planes. The routes we fly to communities across the country depend on a strong United States Postal Service. We’re standing with our sisters and brothers from [the four postal unions] to stop privatization!” 

APWU Web News Article 104-2018

Eastern Region APWU Leaders Meet with Congressional Candidate Madeleine Dean

10/26/2018 -


(L-R) President Jones, President Camp, Madeleine Dean,
President Casselli, and Vice President Charlie Kukulski.

On Thursday, October 25, Eastern Region APWU leaders were at it again, flexing their legislative muscles. Eastern Montgomery County Pa Area Local (EMCAL) President AJ Jones, EMCAL Vice President Charlie Kukulski, Philadelphia BMC Local President Chuck Camp, and Philadelphia PA Area Local President Nick Casselli met with Congressional candidate for the Pennsylvania 4th District Madeleine Dean and presented her with a COPA contribution.

APWU Web News Article 103-2018

Update on Explosive Devices in Mail

10/26/2018 - Federal authorities announced that an arrest was made in connection with the explosive devices being sent through the mail. However, an arrest does not mean the danger is over. There is still a possibility that additional pieces remain in the mail stream. APWU leadership again reminds you to be vigilant and continue to be on the lookout for any suspicious devices. Alert and observant postal employees have already helped to intercept some of the devices in the mail stream...

The Postal Service recently released an additional Stand-up Talk in regards to both the arrest and suspicious packages.

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