NRLCA



NRLCA wants postmaster general Patrick Donahoe ousted

In a quick response to the postmaster general’s plan to stop six-day mail delivery, the national board of the National Rural Letter Carriers Association (NRLCA) voted unanimously to call for his dismissal. (Shannon Stapleton/Reuters) “The declaration today by Postmaster General [Patrick]…


Lake Waccamaw woman is head of national group

A Lake Waccamaw resident who is a rural mail carrier out of the Atkinson post office has been elected national president of the 106,000-member National Rural Letter Carriers’ Association NRLCA. Jeanette Pierce Dwyer, the first woman ever elected to the…



NRLCA STATEMENT ON POLITICAL CONTRIBUTIONS

Recently, criticism has arisen over how the NRLCA-PAC contributes to Congressional campaigns. The NRLCA-PAC works to represent rural carrier issues on Capitol Hill by supporting key Senators and Representatives. Unfortunately, financial support of a campaign does not guarantee the Senator…


NRLCA Contributions to Federal Candidates

Total Receipts $1,297,789 Total Spent (view expenditures) $1,255,141 Begin Cash on Hand $111,817 End Cash on Hand $154,430 Debts $0 Date of last report December 31, 2010 Contributions from this PAC to federal candidates (list recipients)(71% to Democrats, 29% to…




RE: Changes to the Carrier Release Program

Subject: Carrier-Leave If No Response FYI: We recently attended a meeting with USPS  Headquarters to clarify the intent of the change to the Carrier Release Program. Attached you will find an article on the PO-603 change for the Carrier Release…


UPDATE ON ACCEPTANCE SCANS:

 UPDATE ON ACCEPTANCE SCANS:  The NRLCA has addressed the following issues with USPS Headquarters pertaining to the changes to the IMDAS and acceptance scans:  1. As you are aware there are certain pieces of mail that the carrier scans that…


Word from National on the new acceptance scans

The National Board has made the decision not to pursue the acceptance scan issue in accordance with the provisions of Article 19 in the National Agreement for the various reasons discussed on the conference call. The NRLCA is still in…


NRLCA: POSTAL SERVICE WITHDRAWS PROPOSED SUBCONTRACTING CHANGES

NRLCA: POSTAL SERVICE WITHDRAWS PROPOSED SUBCONTRACTING CHANGES: “The Postal Service has notified the Association that it has rescinded the proposed changes to Handbook M-38, Management of Rural Delivery Services, which would have expanded its ability to subcontract rural routes to…