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 Pensacola Area Local of the American Postal Workers Union AFL-CIO


President: John Olive
Vice President: vacant
Industrial Relations Dir: Jim Dey
Secretary: Jovita Olive
Treasurer: Susan Bateman
Editor: 
Jerri Keel
Maintenance Dir: Newton Knight
Clerk Craft Dir: Andrew Newman
Associate Offices Dir: Renee Wayne
MV Craft Dir: Larry King

 

Pensacola Area Local News & Events

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John S. Olive, President
and the Executive Board and Stewards
Of the
Pensacola Area Local American Postal Workers Union

Next Union Meeting

The regular monthly meeting of the Pensacola Area Local will be held on Thursday, November 12, 2015 9:30AM at the Union Hall. This is the last meeting for 2015. Join us.

Latest News on APWU.org

Web News Article #: 113-2016 Attendees of the APWU New York State Convention joined striking Verizon workers on the picket line in Albany on Saturday, May 21.
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Web News Article #: 112-2016   Verizon strikers and their allies took over downtown Washington, DC, on May 19, picketing in front of a Verizon store before marching to the White House.  APWU members were among the spirited crowd of more than 500, demonstrating and chanting.
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San Francisco APWU: Stop Staples! 20 May 2016 | 10:00 am
Web News Article #: 111-2016 San Francisco Local APWU members renewed their commitment to Stop Staples this week. 
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More Headaches for Staples 18 May 2016 | 5:00 pm
Web News Article #: 110-2016Protesting in front of Staples headquarters The National Labor Relations Board hearing on the APWU’s challenge to the dirty deal between Staples and the U.S. Postal Service resumed in Washington, DC, on May 18, with union President Mark Dimondstein testifying. Coincidentally, Staples’ poor financial results for the first quarter of 2016 were announced on Wednesday as well. Same-store sales declined 3 percent and foot traffic and the average order size were both down 2 percent. Just to make sure Staples executives know that the APWU is intent on blocking their attempt to...
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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly 18 May 2016 | 2:00 pm
Web News Article #: 107-2016  In the midst of the hotly-contested 2016 election, voter suppression is an urgent concern. At a panel discussion sponsored by the National Press Club on May 13, APWU President Mark Dimondstein championed voting by mail, which would give more Americans access to the ballot box.
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