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APWU Web News Article 33-2007

APWU Web Site 'De-Links' Locals During Union Election Period

05/02/2007 - The APWU national election period has begun, and in approximately five months, on Oct. 5, the counting of ballots will commence. 

The rules for the election of APWU national officers, as prepared by the 2007 APWU National Election Committee, appeared in the March/April issue of The American Postal Worker, with an update in the May/June edition. Other rules governing the conduct of union elections are promulgated by the Department of Labor. 

APWU Web News Article 24-2007

National Election Committee Amends Rules

03/26/2007 - The APWU National Election Committee has amended a rule governing the 2007 election of officers that was published in the March/April issue of The American Postal Worker.

The rule, which originally prohibited automatic national convention delegates from becoming candidates for Director of the APWU Retirees Department and Regional Retiree National Convention Delegate, will now allow automatic delegates to run for Director of the APWU Retirees Department. Automatic national convention delegates will continue to be ineligible to run for Regional Retiree National Convention Delegate.

APWU Web News Article 18-2007

Retroactive Pay to Be Issued May 18

National Union to Waive Back Dues

03/06/2007 - The USPS has notified the APWU that it expects to disburse back pay for the period from Nov. 25, 2006, through Feb. 2, 2007, in paychecks dated May 18 (Pay Period 10-2007). The retroactive pay will reflect a 1.3 percent raise for five pay periods (Pay Period 25-2006 through 03-2007).

APWU Web News Article 57-2006

Sullivan Approved as Southern Region Coordinator

10/10/2006 - The APWU National Executive Board unanimously approved the appointment of William Sullivan as Southern Region Coordinator at a meeting Oct. 10 that was conducted via telephone. Union President William Burrus had selected Sullivan to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Frankie L. Sanders. Sullivan will assume the new position immediately in Houston TX.

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