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APWU Web News Article 47-2007

Tarducci to Fill In for Wilson

06/06/2007 - APWU Clerk Craft Director James McCarthy has assigned Vince Tarducci, president of the Philadelphia BMC Local, as a temporary replacement for Eric Wilson, who resigned as a National Business Agent at the end of May. Tarducci will serve through the remainder of Wilson’s term, which expires in November. 

APWU Web News Article 44-2007

Casual Reports to Have a New Format

05/22/2007 - New restrictions on the use of casuals, mandated by the 2006-2010 Collective Bargaining Agreement, will result in a new format for Casual Compliance Reports. These reports are provided to the national union on an accounting-period basis so that the APWU can monitor management’s adherence to Article 7.1.B. of the National Agreement, which restricts the percentage of casuals the Postal Service may employ.

APWU Web News Article 07-2007

Union Receives ‘Man-Year’ List

01/30/2007 - The Postal Service has provided the APWU with a list showing facilities that qualify as “200 man-year” offices. In accordance with the recently ratified 2006-2010 Collective Bargaining Agreement, all Clerk Craft part-time flexible employees at facilities of 200 man-years or more will be converted to full time, no later than Dec. 1, 2007.

The APWU has a limited period of time to challenge any improper designations, so local officers are urged to review the list promptly and immediately notify the national office of any discrepancies. To do so, contact Phil Tabbita, Manager of Negotiations Support, at 202-842-4273, or write to him at 1300 L Street NW, Washington DC 20005, no later than Feb. 16, 2007. He also can be reached via e-mail at ptabbita@apwu.org. Please provide your name, title, local name, phone number, address, and e-mail address, as well as an explanation about why you believe the designation is wrong.

APWU News Bulletin

Rank-and-File Committee Approves Tentative Contract

APWU Members to Vote on Proposed Argeement

12/07/2006 - The APWU Rank-and-File Bargaining Advisory Committee voted unanimously on Dec. 7 to approve the union’s tentative 2006 Collective Bargaining Agreement. The agreement will be sent to union members for a ratification vote, which the committee will supervise. 

The four-year tentative agreement provides for two wage increases and an upgrade for all APWU-represented employees. There will be two Cost-of-Living Adjustments (COLAs) each year. 

APWU Web News Article 58-2006

Pat Davis-Weeks Appointed NBA

10/17/2006 - Pat Davis-Weeks has been appointed to fill the National Business Agent (B) position in the Atlanta Region, effective Oct. 16. The APWU Clerk Division Council unanimously approved the appointment at a meeting Oct. 12, which was conducted by telephone. 

Clerk Craft Director Jim McCarthy selected Davis-Weeks, who will work at the NBA office in Tampa FL. In accordance with Article 21 of the APWU Constitution, craft directors fill vacancies within their divisions, subject to the approval of other national officers in the craft. Davis-Weeks had served as vice president of the Tampa Area Local. 

APWU News Bulletin

Delegates Debate, Approve Resolutions In Preparation for USPS Contract Talks

08/16/2006 -


Delegates discuss a resolution before
lining up at a floor microphone to take
part in the debate.

APWU members at the 18th Biennial National Convention displayed overwhelming unity Tuesday in approving resolutions intended to guide the union’s negotiators in collective bargaining this year. Negotiations for a new contract begin Aug. 29.

APWU News Bulletin

Celebrate: '100 Years of Progress'

08/15/2006 -


Chester Parrish, left, and President William Burrus
cut into the ceremonial cake.

It would not have been much of a birthday without a cake, so the American Postal Workers Union kicked off its 18th Biennial National Convention with a salute to a century of accomplishments and cake for 3,000.

The cake was distributed to convention delegates at the close of a 17-minute video presentation that celebrated the history of postal worker unionism.

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