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  • Congress ????
    employee
    Will they get it right this time or continue making the service look like it should be privatized???
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  • When ?
    jethro
    USPS Plans to Implement Consolidations As Soon As Moratorium Ends Top-level postal managers were unable – or unwilling – to specify which mail processing centers would be closed immediately. Decisions will be made at the end of February, they said. Postal officials said that as a result of the consolidations, approximately 83,000 jobs will be eliminated in the crafts represented by the APWU, including more than 63,800 Clerks, close to 9,000 Maintenance Craft employees, and more than 1,800 Motor Vehicle Craft employees. GOOGLE..........U.S. SENATE.........Choose your "SENATOR HOME" State. Look for the area in which to write and send your comment.   I wrote " I work for the U.S.P.S. and I do not oppose S1789 in it's amended form". This bill offers three types of incentives not to be combined.   1. 25,000 cash.   2. 2 years added on to your FERS retirement   3. 1 year added on to your CSRS retirement.   “This announcement makes it all the more important that APWU members reach out to their senators to let them know that S. 1789 as amended,” must be passed now said Guffey. Call Your Senators: 202-224-3121 (Capitol Switchboard) [Click here for direct #s] Tell them you Support  S. 1789 The U.S. Senate soon will likely debate the 21st Century Postal Reform Act (S. 1789), bill designed to 'save" the U.S. Postal Service by offering Early Retirement Incentives. As president of the National Association of Letter Carriers, I understand the budgetary and market challenges facing the USPS. S. 1789 should be passed as amended, it will save America's postal network. Instead of enacting shortsighted, destructive policies, Congress should approve this bill ,S.1789. Fredric V. Rolando is the president of the National Association of Letter Carriers NAPUS will continue to work with Senate allies to pass S. 1789, and ensure that the measure will garner the requisite votes for passage.
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  • Let the default happen.
    StarTrek1701
    The idea of stopping all Saturday deliveries is out of the question. But, the 5 billion dollar requirement is another matter. That is where the postal authorities should stand their ground and demand its removal. This is all an attempt by the Tea Partiers to force privatization of the Postal Service. Seriously, I cannot think of one major industrialized nation (England, Canada, Australia, France, etc.) that has a privatized postal service.
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