October 2019 All Craft Conference Retiree Summary

October 2019 All Craft Conference Retiree Summary

Approximately 200 Retirees, the National Retiree Director, and five (5) Regional Delegates attended the All Craft Conference – Retiree Meeting. We came from all parts of the country.

I would like to thank the National APWU for accommodating retirees and making the conference comfortable for retirees. We are some of the oldest members of the APWU, AFL-CIO.

The Retiree Conference began with five (5) hour meeting on Sunday, October 27, 2019, 2 PM – 7 PM. We had approximately 65-70 retiree officers present.   Retiree Director Nancy Olumekor scheduled three speakers to address us and they reviewed all the reports chapter and state president had access to and discussed the fiduciary responsibility of retiree officers. The main thing I got from this meeting is the reports we have access and what they meant. The issue of cash paying retiree members being delinquent in dues was a major concern during the 2019 National APWU National Election.

We had retirees from 705 locals voting. Not all retirees listed are associated with a Local Retiree Chapters. Retirees voted at an approximately 33%. Currently the national APWU lists six (6) State Retiree Chapters and sixty (62) Local Retiree Chapters.

State Retiree Chapters
1 Florida State Retiree Chapter
2 Ohio State Retiree Chapter
3 Michigan State Retiree Chapter
4 California State Retiree Chapter
5 Texas State Retiree Chapter
6 Missouri State Retiree Chapter
Local Retiree Chapters
1 Atlanta Metro Area Retiree Chapter
2 Baltimore Francis “Stu” Filbey Retiree Chapter
3 Brooklyn Retiree Chapter
4 Broward County Retiree Chapter
5 California Area Retiree Chapter
6 Central Florida Area Retiree Chapter
7 Chicago Area Retiree Chapter
8 Cleveland Area Retiree Chapter
9 Columbus Area Retiree Chapter
10 Dallas Area Retiree Chapter
11 480-481 Dave Lenard Area Local Retiree Chapter
12 Dayton Area Retiree Chapter
13 Denver Metro Area Retiree Chapter
14 Des Moines Area Retiree Chapter
15 Detroit District Area Retiree Chapter
16 Fayetteville Area Retiree Chapter
17 Flint Area Retiree Chapter
18 Fort Worth Retiree Chapter
19 Gone But Not Forgotten
20 Greater Cincinnati Ohio Area Retiree Chapter
21 Greater Los Angeles Area Retiree Chapter
22 Greater Las Vegas Area Retiree Chapter
23 Heart of Illinois Retiree Chapter
24 Houston Area Retiree Chapter
25 Indianapolis Area Retiree Chapter
26 Kansas City Golden Jazz Retiree Chapter
27 Kansas KAW Retiree Chapter
28 Lima Area Retiree Chapter
29 Lincoln Nebraska Retiree Chapter
30 Long Island Area Retiree Chapter
31 Manchester Area Retiree Chapter
32 Miami Area Retiree Chapter
33 Moe Biller Retiree Chapter
34 Nation’s Capital/Southern Maryland Area Retiree Chapter
35 Northeast Florida Area Retiree Chapter
36 Northwest Illinois Retiree Chapter
37 Oakland Retiree Chapter
38 Omaha Area Retiree Chapter
39 Philadelphia Area Retiree Chapter
40 Philadelphia BMC Retiree Chapter
41 Phoenix Area Retiree Chapter
42 Pittsburgh Metro Area Retiree Chapter
43 Puerto Rico Area Retiree Chapter
44 Red Bank Area Retiree Chapter
45 Richmond Area Retiree Chapter
46 Saginaw 486-487 Retiree Chapter
47 San Antonio Retiree Chapter
48 San Diego Area Retiree Chapter
49 San Francisco Area Retiree Chapter
50 South Suburban IL Retiree Chapter
51 Southwest Coastal Area Retiree Chapter
52 St. Charles Retiree Chapter
53 St. Louis Area Retiree Chapter
54 St. Paul Area Retiree Chapter
55 Suncoast Area Retiree Chapter
56 SFVAL Golden Oldies Retiree Chapter
57 Tampa Area Retiree Chapter
58 Toledo Retiree Chapter
59 Tri-County Ohio Retiree Chapter
60 Twin Cities PDC Retiree Chapter
61 Western MI Area Retiree Chapter
62 Youngstown Area Retiree Chapter

 

This was the schedule of event.

Sunday, October 27, 2019 

Registration for All Craft, Retiree and Legislative/Political Conferences

Retiree Officers Meeting

Installation of Officers Ticket Pickup

Exhibit Booths Grand Salon

Disability Retirement

FERS & CSRS Retirement System

TSP from A to Z

AA/NA

Monday, October 28, 2019

MVS Dinner Ticket Pickup

AA/NA Meeting Skyview Office

Training – wide range of subjects related mostly to the crafts/divisions.

Tuesday, October 29, 2019, 9 AM – 5 PM

All Day Retiree Conference

Wednesday, October 30, 2019, 9 AM – 5 PM

All Day Retiree Conference

Thursday, October 31, 2019

BMC Meeting 9 AM -2 PM

Installation of Officers 5 PM -11 PM

The Retiree Conference involved presentation from people that offer benefits to Retiree – TSP, Voluntary Benefits, Auxiliary, and Social Security. In addition, we heard speeches from our National President, Vice President, Secretary Treasurer, Legislative Director, Health Plan Director, and an introduction of our new Health Plan Director.

This took up a lot of time and we were rushed to discuss the Resolutions Submitted. This year the Retiree Delegates had a lot of resolutions to discuss.

The issues were:

  1. Voice and Vote at the National Convention. (2 Resolutions)
  2. Increase Rebate to Local and State Retiree Chapters. (1 Resolution)
  3. Increase due to Local and State Retiree Chapters. (2 Resolutions)
  4. Members at Large (MAL) Retirees Representation. (1 Resolution)
  5. Forming State Retiree Chapters. (Referred to National Executive Board)

Items 2, 3, and 4 were all voted down because the Retiree Delegates voted to only submit one constitutional resolution to the National APWU – Voice and Vote based on 1 delegate for every 100 retirees in Local and State Retiree Chapters.

The actual resolution is being referred to the five regional delegates for development. I sent the blow to Dr. Pat Williams our Western Regional Delegate for consideration or for a starting point.

ARTICLE 6 REPRESENTATION

WHEREAS, as the mothers and fathers of the American Postal Workers Union, retired members are a storehouse of knowledge, battle-tested experience, and wisdom to be utilized as a valuable American Postal Workers Union asset, and

WHEREAS, American Postal Workers Union Retiree Department members paid full dues for decades, and

WHEREAS, most American Postal Workers Union Retiree are like all retirees and live on a fixed reduced income, and

WHEREAS, many American Postal Workers Union Retiree step forward when the union needs assistance or support, and

WHEREAS, a united American Postal Workers Union benefits all APWU Members, therefore be it  

Resolved, to amend the American Postal Workers Union Constitution and Bylaws Article 6.   Add a new Section 6 and changing current section 6 to Section 7.    New section 6 would read: SEC. 6. National Convention local, state, regional affiliates, or organizations voting strength/representation provisions will apply to chartered APWU State and Local Retiree Chapters with the exception that Retiree Chapter’s voting strength/representation will be one (1) for one hundred (100) or fraction thereof.

The Red T-Shirts with the slogan “We are not the Enemy” which came out of the 2018 National Convention was a success.

Many of the retirees are former officers and stewards, as well as delegates to State and National Conventions in the past. They would like to stay involved and allowed to speak and vote at the National Convention. This issue has been discussed at previous National Conventions and has been voted down. The primary reason was retirees did not pay full dues locally.

I have paid full dues to the National APWU and Southwest Coastal Area Local since I retired in July of 2003, cost to the retiree in excess of $750.00 annually this year in my case as well $36 annual dues to be a member of the APWU Retiree Department.

Bobby Donelson,

President Southwest Coastal Area Local Retiree Chapter and California State Retiree Chapter Vice Presdient

November 6, 2019

 

SWCAL Election Information – Nomination Feb and Election in March of 2020

ARTICLE 11 – Elections

SEC. 1. The Election Committee: The President at the regularly scheduled meeting in February 1981, and every three years thereafter, shall appoint an election committee No member of this committee can be a candidate for office in this Area Local. Members of this committee shall remain in force from the date of appointment until thirty (30) days after the results of the election are announced. All just expenses incurred by the committee in the proper discharge of its duties shall be borne by the Area Local upon approval of the Executive Board. Nominations from the floor will be accepted at this meeting and closed at this meeting. All nominations must be accepted verbally or in writing prior to the close of the February General Meeting

SEC. 2. The President, under the supervision of the Election Committee, shall select a recognized outside balloting association that will be responsible for the preparation, mailing, and tallying of the ballots.

SEC. 3. The Election shall occur during a seventeen (17) day period in March of each election year. Ballots will be counted the last Thursday in March with the new officers assuming office the following Monday.

SEC. 4 Requirements for holding office in this Area Local:

(A) Unless otherwise prohibited by this Constitution or by Federal Law, any member in good standing may seek office in this Area Local.

(B) Any postal employee eligible to be a member of the American Postal Workers Union who voluntarily holds a managerial, supervisory or EAS position with responsibility for issuing or recommending discipline, or applying or interpreting the National Agreement for the equivalent of one pay period in a year shall be ineligible to hold office in the Area Local or to be a delegate to any convention held by the APWU or any subordinate body of the APWU, so long as the employee continues to serve in such position and for a period of one (1) year from the time the employee vacates such position.

Any postal employee as listed above who has submitted application for the listed positions shall withdraw such application prior to acceptance or nomination for any office in the APWU.

(C) Candidates for Division Director positions must be members of the craft they seek to represent, and they must be nominated and elected only by members of their specific craft.

(D) Candidates for Chief Steward must be employed in the office they wish to represent and may only be nominated and elected by members of that specific installation.

(E) In order to be nominated for office in this Area Local, a candidate must have been a member in good standing n the American Postal Workers Union for a period of at least one (1) year immediately prior to nomination.

(F) President, Vice President or any fully paid officer of the local may not hold nor run for another elected office in the Southwest Coastal Area Local.

SEC. 5. The term of office shall be three (3) years.

SEC. 6. The newly elected Executive Board shall be installed and seated in April.

SEC. 7. No member holding an elective office in another Postal Union outside of the American Postal Workers Union’s jurisdiction is eligible for office in this Area Local.

THESE ARE THE POSITIONS AVAILABLE FOR ELECTION
2020-2023 SOUTHWEST COASTAL AREA LOCAL
OFFICERS/EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBERS
PRESIDENT  
VICE PRESIDENT
SECRETARY-TREASURER
CLERK CRAFT DIRECTOR
MAINTENANCE CRAFT DIRECTOR
MOTOR VEHICLE CRAFT DIRECTOR
ANAHEIM PLANT CHIEF STEWARD
ANAHEIM STATIONS CHIEF STEWARD
ATWOOD  CHIEF STEWARD
BREA  CHIEF STEWARD
BUENA PARK  CHIEF STEWARD
CORONA DEL MAR  CHIEF STEWARD
CYPRESS  CHIEF STEWARD
DANA POINT  CHIEF STEWARD
EL TORO CHIEF STEWARD
FULLERTON CHIEF STEWARD
GARDEN GROVE CHIEF STEWARD
HUNTINGTON BEACH CHIEF STEWARD
IRVINE  CHIEF STEWARD
LAGUNA BEACH CHIEF STEWARD
LA HABRA  CHIEF STEWARD
LA MIRADA  CHIEF STEWARD
MONTEBELLO CHIEF STEWARD
NEWPORT BEACH  CHIEF STEWARD
NORWALK CHIEF CHIEF STEWARD
ORANGE CHIEF STEWARD
PICO RIVER  CHIEF STEWARD
PLACENTIA  CHIED STEWARD
SAN CLEMENTE CHIEF STEWARD
SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO CHIEF STEWARD
SANTA ANA STATIONS CHIEF STEWARD
SANTA ANA PLANT  CHIEF STEWARD
SILVERADO  CHIEF STEWARD
STANTON  CHIEF STEWARD
SUNSET BEACH  CHIEF STEWARD
TRABUCCO CANYON  CHIEF STEWARD
TUSTIN  CHIEF STEWARD
WESTMINSTER  CHIEF STEWARD
YORBA LINDA  CHIEF STEWARD

 

 

 
Election Results / Ballots will be counted on March 26, 2020. 
2020-2023 Officers take office on Monday, March 30, 2020.

 

2019 National APWU Election – Final Certification and Count

These two PDF files are the 2019 National APWU Election – Final Certification and Count by local.

 

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Election Breakdown:

Southwest Coastal Area Local 917         

            

Total Mailed                      Voting#             % Voting

921     Clerks                   107                      11.7%

114     Motor Vehicle        11                        9.6%

195     Maintenance          20                       10.3%

  33     No Craft

1263                                139                      11%

  232   Retirees                   77                     33.2%

1495   Ballots mailed        216                  14.4%

National Average in the 2019 National APWU Election was approximately 19%

Southwest Coastal Area Local 2019 National APWU Election Data

First total votes nationwide, Second votes is full dues paying members,

Third votes is retiree members, and * denotes winner

General and Departments

President

Mark Dimondstein* (I)…………………………….15,766 – 63 -28

Greg Bell………………………………………………………..6,746 – 42 -33

John L. Marcotte…………………………………………….9,765 – 24 -13

Tony D. McKinnon, Sr……………………………………..3,151 – 9 – 2

Executive Vice President

Debby Szeredy* (I) ………………………………… 14,237 – 67 – 42

Sam Wood…………………………………………………….7,794    – 16 – 12

Jonathan Smith…………………………………………….13,108  – 54 – 21

 Secretary-Treasurer

Elizabeth “Liz” Powell* (I)…………………………25,276 – 112 – 61

Jeane Gardiner………………………………………………9,488    – 23 – 15

Industrial Relations Director

Vance Zimmerman* (I)……………………..13,205     – 70 – 2   Full Dues Paying Retiree

Scott M. Hoffman………………………………11,735      – 64 – 2

Legislative/Political Director

Judy Beard* (I)…………………………………………17,653     -80 – 36

Courtney Jenkins……………………………………………9,797      – 20 – 8

Thomas Benson……………………………………………..7,490      -36 – 31

Organization Director

Anna Smith* (I)……………………….17,736    – 113 – 4 Full Dues Paying Retiree

Doris Simmons………………………..6,996    – 20 – 0

Research and Education Director

Joyce B. Robinson* (I)……………….14,273      – 70 – 4 Full Dues Paying Retiree

Dena Briscoe……………………………..10,592      -65 – 0

Human Relations Director

Susan M. “Sue” Carney* (I)……………………..18,979         – 75     – 40

Nannette J. Corley………………………………………..4,932             – 9     – 10

Daleo Freeman…………………………………………….10,908          – 53    –

Health Plan Director

Robert Furbush……………………………………………..8,618 – 16 – 14

Sebrina E. Maynard……………………………………..11,152 – 57 – 28

Sarah Jane Rodriguez*…………………………..13,659 – 56 – 32

Regional Coordinators  Only Full Dues Paying Members

Western Region

Omar M. Gonzalez* (I)……………… …………….2,978 – 92

Dominic Davis………………………………………………1,004 – 47

Clerk Division

Director Only Full Dues Paying Members

Clint Burelson (I)…………………………………………..6,769 – 54

Lamont A. Brooks*………………………………….10,519 – 53

Assistant Director (A)

Sam Lisenbe*……………………………………………8,960 – 57

Michael Macho -………………………………….8,030 – 53

Assistant Director (B)

Lynn Pallas-Barber* (I)……………………………..9,981 – 62

Christine “Chris” Pruitt…………………………………..7,197 – 43 

National Business Agents, Western Region

San Francisco Region, (A) Only Full Dues Paying Members

Sonia E. Canchola* (I)………………………………..710 – 19

Ricardo “Rick” Ruiz…………………………………………653 – 39

San Francisco Region, (C) Only Full Dues Paying Members

Eric A. Van Dyke*………………………………………818 – 32

Terry L. Hood………………………………………………….501 -26

Maintenance Division

Director

Idowu Balogun* (I)……………………………………3,492 – 17

Sayed Moustafa……………………………………………..1,506 – 2

Assistant Director (A) Only Full Dues Paying Members

Jimmie Waldon* (I)…………………………………..3,290 – 18

Kenneth Wall…………………………………………………1,634 – 2

Assistant Director (B) Only Full Dues Paying Members

Terry B. Martinez* (I)………………………………..3,067 – 14

Steven Duckworth………………………………………….1,935 – 5

Western Region, (B) Only Full Dues Paying Members

Louis M. Kingsley* (I)…………………………………466 – 14

Caroline B. Federico……………………………………….237 – 4

Retirees Department Only Retiree Department Members

Director

Nancy E. Olumekor* (I)………………………………4,895 – 28

Jennifer D. Fulbright……………………………………….4,830 – 49

Retiree National Convention Delegates

Western Region

Patricia A. Williams* (I)……………………………….992 – 63

Patricia Mort…………………………………………………….497 -11

Cost-of-Living Adjustment (COLA) Information for 2020

Cost-of-Living Adjustment (COLA) Information for 2020

Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits for nearly 69 million Americans will increase 1.6 percent in 2020.

The 1.6 percent cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) will begin with benefits payable to more than 63 million Social Security beneficiaries in January 2020. Increased payments to more than 8 million SSI beneficiaries will begin on December 31, 2019. (Note: some people receive both Social Security and SSI benefits)

Read more about the Social Security Cost-of-Living adjustment for 2020.

The maximum amount of earnings subject to the Social Security tax (taxable maximum) will increase to $137,700.

The earnings limit for workers who are younger than “full” retirement age (age 66 for people born in 1943 through 1954) will increase to $18,240. (We deduct $1 from benefits for each $2 earned over $18,240.)

The earnings limit for people turning 66 in 2020 will increase to $48,600. (We deduct $1 from benefits for each $3 earned over $48,600 until the month the worker turns age 66.)

There is no limit on earnings for workers who are “full” retirement age or older for the entire year.

2020 COLA Announced

The 2020 cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) will be 1.6 percent for Civil Service Retirement System (CSRS) annuities, Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS) annuities and Social Security benefits.

This is a lower federal retiree COLA than last year when CSRS annuitants received 2.8 percent and FERS annuitants received 2 percent.

Medicare B for most will Increase $8.80

2020 Open Season and Hospital Plan Premiums

The open season in 2019 for  2020 is Monday November 11, 2019 – Monday December 9, 2019.

https://www.opm.gov/healthcare-insurance/healthcare/plan-information/premiums/, see above at Permalink.

 

The below are the 2020 rates.  They  are postal plans and non-postal plans for both HMO (PPO) Plans are listed by states and Fee for Service Plans are nationwide plans in PDF Format.

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2020 Southwest Coastal Area Local Retiree Chapter Election Notice

To: Southwest Coastal Area Local Retiree Chapter Members

Issue: 2020-2023 Election of Retiree Chapter Officers Meeting

Southwest Coastal Area Local Retiree Chapter Election of Officers Meeting Notice

Place -Denny’s (near the Orange Mall just off the 55 Freeway)

Location – 1695 E Lincoln Ave, Orange, CA 92865

Date: Wednesday, February 5, 2020

Time – 10:30 AM until 1:30 PM

Special Note: The Southwest Coastal Area Local Retiree Chapter will pay for your breakfast or lunch meal plus a non-alcoholic beverage.

Voting will take place at the February 5, 2010 Meeting.

Members can self nominated at any time and including the February 5, 2010 Retiree Chapter Meeting.

From Article 5 of Retiree Chapter Constitution Section 4 Eligibility

(a) To be eligible for office, a member must be in good standing preceding the nomination meeting as certified by the Secretary of the Retiree Chapter.

(b) To be eligible to vote in an election of officers, a member must be in good standing for three months immediately preceding the election, as certified by the Secretary of the Chapter.

(c) Once a retired postal employee accepts employment with the Postal Service, he/she is ineligible to be a member of the Retiree Department for that period of time. However, once a member retires again from the Postal Service, he/she is eligible to be a member of the Retiree Department without a waiting period.

Southwest Coastal Area Local Retiree Chapter October 2, 2019 Meeting

Southwest Coastal Area Local Retiree Chapter Meeting

Date: Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Time: 10:30 AM until 1:30 PM – Meeting will begin at approximately 11 AM.

Meetings is open to all retirees and Southwest Coastal Area Local members.

Location: Address: 1695 E Lincoln Ave, Orange, CA 92865, – Phone: (714) 974-2323

This is at the Northwest Corner of Lincoln and Tustin in the City of Orange. Just off the 55 Freeway.

The cost of the room is $150.00. However, the expense is reduced by the number of meals bought. Therefore, the Southwest Coastal Area Local Retiree Chapter will pay for your beverage and meal (breakfast or lunch). 

Main items to discussed are:

  1. The October all Craft Conference
  1. The two Retiree Resolutions, Article 6 and 16
  1. The 2020-2023 Southwest Coastal Area Local Retiree Chapter Elections will occur at the February Meeting.
    1. Mailing to members
    2. Date and time for meeting – Suggestion is Feb 5, 2020 at 10:30 AM at this Denny if the room is available.
    3. Candidates can self-nominate anytime up to and including the February meeting.
    4. From Article 5 of Retiree Chapter Constitution Section 4 Eligibility

(a) To be eligible for office, a member must be in good standing preceding the nomination meeting as certified by the Secretary of the Retiree Chapter.

(b) To be eligible to vote in an election of officers, a member must be in good standing for three months immediately preceding the election, as certified by the Secretary of the Chapter.

(c) Once a retired postal employee accepts employment with the Postal Service, he/she is ineligible to be a member of the Retiree Department for that period of time. However, once a member retires again from the Postal Service, he/she is eligible to be a member of the Retiree Department without a waiting period.

  1. Business Permit is paid – expires 4/28/2020
  1. Bond has come in – Expires 7/1/2022
  1. California State APWU Convention will be in May of 2020 in San Diego. This is an election convention.
  1. 2020 National Convention – Los Angeles, CA 8/15/2019 until 8/20/2019
  1. 2022 National Convention – Maryland 8/13/2022 until 8/18/2022

Resolutions:

ARTICLE 6

REPRESENTATION

WHEREAS, as the mothers and fathers of the American Postal Workers Union, retired members are a storehouse of knowledge, battle-tested experience, and wisdom to be utilized as a valuable American Postal Workers Union asset, and

WHEREAS, American Postal Workers Union Retiree Department members paid full dues for decades, and

WHEREAS, most American Postal Workers Union Retiree are like all retirees and live on a fixed reduced income, and

WHEREAS, many American Postal Workers Union Retiree step forward when the union needs assistance or support,

WHEREAS, a united American Postal Workers Union benefits all APWU Members, therefore be it Resolved, to amend the American Postal Workers Union Constitution and Bylaws Article 6.   Add Retiree Chapter to section 1(a) and it would read,

“SEC. 1. (a) Each local union, area local, and Retiree Chapter shall be entitled to representation in National Conventions of one (1) delegate and one (1) vote for each twenty-five (25) members or fraction thereof.”,

and a new section 7, to read:

“Retiree delegates will be seated with a voice and a vote at the National APWU Convention.” 

ARTICLE 16

Fiscal Year, Revenues, and Charters 

Whereas, Local and State Retiree Chapters have no means to increase the retiree chapter member’s dues locally or at the state level, and  

Whereas, based on some local or state retiree chapter needs additional funds, be it   

Resolved, Change Article 16 Section 2 (i), (j), (k) from 40% rebate to 75%

Southwest Coastal Area Local Retiree Chapter Meeting – October 2, 2019 at 10:30 AM.

Southwest Coastal Area Local Retiree Chapter Meeting 

Date: Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Time: 10:30 AM until 1:30 PM – Meeting will begin at approximately 11 AM.

Meetings is open to all retirees and Southwest Coastal Area Local members. 

Location: Address: 1695 E Lincoln Ave, Orange, CA 92865, – Phone: (714) 974-2323

This is at the Northwest Corner of Lincoln and Tustin in the City of Orange. Just off the 55 Freeway.

The cost of the room is $150.00. However, the expense is reduced by the number of meals bought. Therefore, the Southwest Coastal Area Local Retiree Chapter will pay for your beverage and meal (breakfast or lunch).

 

Main items to discussed are:

1.     The October all Craft Conference

2.     The two Retiree Resolutions

3.     The 2020-2023 Southwest Coastal Area Local Retiree Chapter Elections will occur at the February Meeting.

a.      Mailing to members

b.     Date and time for meeting – Suggestion is Feb 5, 2020 at 10:30 AM at this Denny if the room is available.

c.      Candidates can self-nominate anytime up to and including the February meeting.

Thank you.

Bobby Donelson, Southwest Coastal Area Local Retiree Chapter President