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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
Jerri Keel
Maintenance Dir: Newton Knight
Clerk Craft Dir: Andrew Newman
Associate Offices Dir: Renee Wayne
MV Craft Dir: Larry King


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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

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NLRB Hearing on Staples Concludes 25 May 2016 | 4:30 pm
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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.
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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