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Congressman Tim Ryan at the MPO
The front of the building at the MPO
Congressman Tim Ryan at the MPO
Congressman Tim Ryan speaks to the crowd at the MPO
Congressman Tim Ryan at the Main Post Office
Bonnie Guiterrez, Helen Hancock, Jim Varner and APWU President Dom Corso
Congressman Tim Ryan at the MPO
Ohio AFL-CIO Director John Dyce talks to the crowd
Congressman Tim Ryan at the MPO
NALC President Henry Gomez talks to the crowd
Save The Post Office Rally
One of our biggest supporters made the rally
Save The Post Office Rally
President Dom Corso being interviewed by "The Hat' from WKBN 27 News.
Save The Post Office Rally
Retirees Doug Lammert and Joe Seck joined in the rally.
Save The Post Office 8/25/2020
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due to the COVID-19 Virus.

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internal Email from PMG DeJoy

Internal email tells postal workers to not reconnect or reinstall sorting machines: report Postal workers were told not to reconnect or reinstall sorting machines even after Postmaster General Louis DeJoy announced he was suspending changes to the postal services, according to an internal email obtained by CNN.

Postmaster General 'Suspending' changes to USPS until after the election

Postmaster General ‘Suspending’ Changes To U.S. Postal Service Until After Election The USPS had been removing mail processing equipment and collection boxes despite a projected increase in mail-in voting. By Lydia O’Connor The U.S. Postmaster General announced Tuesday that he is suspending some recent operational changes until after the presidential election.

Senator, union leader: postal Service considers downsizing

Senator, union leader: Postal Service considers downsizing by ANTHONY IZAGUIRRE, Associated Press Wednesday, July 29th 2020 FILE - In this Friday March 20, 2020 file photo, a U.S Postal Service mail carrier wears gloves while delivering mail in South Wilkes-Barre, Pa. (Aimee Dilger/The Times Leader via AP) CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — The U.S.

APWU members make almost 30,000 calls to Congress

APWU members make almost 30,000 calls to Congress July 26, 2020 Share this articleOn Thursday, July 23, APWU members and our allies made an incredible 28,156 calls to the senate. That’s a phone call every three seconds! Together with calls made direct to Congress, not through the APWU Legislative Hotline, the total was likely closer to 30,000.

Attention APWU Local 443 Retirees

The location of the quarterly meetings has been changed to:

Davidson's Restaurant

3636 Canfield Rd.

Canfield, OH 44406

The next meeting scheduled for September 8th, 2020 has been cancelled due to the Covid-19 Virus.

Youngstown, Ohio Area Local 443
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