• Paused
    Veterans Day
    Airport Workers
    Veterans Cemetery Districts
    Federal Workers
    Irrigation Districts
    Wastewater Treatment Workers
    Water Districts
    Superior Courts
    Road Workers
    Police Officers
    Firefighters
    Download Our App!

    Member Login
    Username:

    Password:


    Not registered yet?
    Click Here to sign-up

    Forgot Your Login?
    Contact Elected Officials!
    Important Links
    Laborers Int'l Union of N. America
    AFL-CIO
    Laborers Health and Welfare Trust
    LiUNA Industrial Pension Plan
    Goyette & Associates Attorneys
    Novey Law Group
    LiUNA Pacific SW Region
    Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
    Public Employee Relations Board/California State Mediation & Concilliation Service
    Site Search
    Site Map
    RSS Feeds
    Action Center
  • Local Mail Handlers Need Support of Communities
    Updated On: Nov 05, 2021

    REDDING -  The Postmaster General is pushing forward with a plan that will shut down the mail processing center in Redding by January 15, 2015.  This is part of a larger plan to shut down other plants all over the nation.

    This action will slow down the service and will cost more because plan forces our mail to be processed further away.  Redding will lose the first class overnight delivery in our area and this will adversely affect your efficient prompt service that has been provided for many years.  This delay affects our small businesses, seniors and our community as a whole.

    Postal workers, our union brothers and sisters, who live in this community will be sent away from our community and they will take their ggod hard earned money to spend in another area hurting our, revenue and taxes.  As more good paying jobs leave our neighborhoods our children will be forced to move as well.

    UPEC Local 792 and the Laborers International Union of North America (LiUNA) are working locally and in Washington DC to fight this plan to close of the Redding facility. UPEC Business Manager Chris Darker is working with our brothers and sisters with the National Postal Mailhandlers Union and American Postal Workers Union. "This closure affects us all from Yuba County north to the Oregon boarder.  It permanently removes good paying union jobs out of the northstate so I am asking each and every UPEC Local 792 member to sign the petition and actively get others to sign it as well", said Darker. 

    For more information go to www.npmhu.org and apwu.org.


    Download:


  • UPEC - LiUNA Local 792

    Copyright © 2021.
    All Rights Reserved.

    Powered By UnionActive

    475229 hits since Dec 09, 2013


  • Top of Page image