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Mechanics, fleet service clerks, others approve new contracts with US Airways

Three groups of US Airways employees approved new contracts covering mechanics, fleet service employees, maintenance training specialists and other ground workers, their union announced Saturday. The voting was Friday, with results released Saturday.
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Weekly Update for July 19, 2014

1. K19 Timeclocks: There seems to be intermittent problems on a regular basis with the time clocks at K19. The company advised me this week they have again had them "tuned up", cleaned and repaired. Additionally, Tim Krause is auditing the process at K19 during turnover times. If you have a problem when punching in or out and Tim is there make sure he documents it.
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US Airways Tentative Agreement Mechanic and Related Dated 6-27-2014

We have received this from the IAM Leadership for your information. Enclosed in this package, as outlined in the District 142 By-Laws, Article XIII, Section 1, are all changes, plainly marked, for the memberships review.
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Download: US-CBA-Changes-for-Membership-Meetings-6-27-14-srbw-edits.pdf

TWU puts out negotiations video for Southwest Airlines ground workers

The Transport Workers Union has put out a negotiations video for its members as the TWU continues contract talks with Southwest Airlines.
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Weekly Update for July 12, 2014

1. Heat stress: While the summer has been bearable for us, this weekend is expected to be warm and very humid. The attached article addresses the number of workers who are affected by the heat and lose their lives because of it. Please heed your body's warnings if you have been working in the heat for any length of time. Please click on the link below for the details of the story.
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A.A. bus schedule's are now available in the DOWNLOADS section. 


Actor Mark Ruffalo, most famous for playing the Incredible Hulk in the Marvel Comics movie "The Avengers," led a crowd of 1,000 through the streets of Detroit in protest of Republican policies that have led to water being shut off for thousands of the city's residents. National Nurses United (NNU) organized the rally. The United Nations and others have called the city's actions a violation of human rights, and demands that the water be turned back on have come from across the political landscape. Hundreds of different organizations and their members showed up at the march, which began outside Detroit's Cobo Center, where the annual Netroots Nation convention is being held. Protesters marched passed the city's Water and Sewerage offices before ending at Hart Plaza.

As we previously reportedNNU co-President Jean Ross, RN, said: Cutting off water to community residents is a disgraceful attack on the basic human right of access to safe, clean water. Nurses know the critical link between access to water and public health. Lack of water, like unsafe sanitation, is a major health disaster that can lead to disease outbreaks and pandemics. The city must end this shutoff now.

Ross continued:

“For optimal health in our daily lives, we need clean water for drinking. Infants, children and the elderly are particularly vulnerable; they are more susceptible to dehydration, infection and disease without access to water. 

“We need clean water for proper sanitation to combat the growth and spread of multiple infectious diseases and pandemics. We need clean water for a safe and healthy environment. We demand the guarantee that all Detroit residents have immediate and full access to clean water.”

Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder (R) and his handpicked emergency managers, according to the sponsors of the march, are enforcing the water shutoffs to promote the privatization of the public water department.  Many of the protest signs at the march targeted the Wall Street interests protesters blame as the source of the privatization scheme.

NNU was the chief sponsor of the rally, along with the UAWMetro Detroit AFL-CIOMichigan State AFL-CIOAFSCME Council 25, Netroots NationMichigan Sierra Club and some two dozen others.


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