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National Association of Postal Supervisors
NAPS Branch 34
Serving the Northern Illinois District

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Name: Dave Woloszyk
Email: dwoloszyk@msn.com
Phone:
Member: Yes
Officer: No
Branch: 34

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Just checking out the comment page!

Name: KEVIN TRAYER
Email: USMALEKT.@AOL.COM
Phone: 616-3887203
Member: Yes
Officer: Yes
Branch: 142

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I WAS JUST IN YOUR BACK YARD THE WEEK OF MAY 8TH FOR OSHA TRAINING, BLOOMINGDALE IS A VERY NICE PLACE TO VISIT, I STAYED AT THE CAROL STREAM HOLIDAY INN AGAIN. I'M THE BRANCH PRES. OF 142 AND THE 3RD VP TO THE MI. STATE BRANCH.MAYBE YOU COULD TELL ME HOW TO GET STARTED ON A WEB PAGE LIKE YOURS? THANKS KEVIN TRAYER

Name: Gregory J. Hanson (Supervisor Customer Services)
Email: gjhanson@ameritech.net
Phone: 630-833-1230
Member: No
Officer: No
Branch:

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Please send me information on joining NAPS. Mail the application to:

Greg Hanson 1525 W. Augusta #1 Chicago, IL 60622-3949

Name: Dave Woloszyk
Email: dwoloszyk@msn.com
Phone: (847)428-0583
Member: Yes
Officer: No
Branch: 34

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Just testing the comments page...

Name: Stephen Ford
Email: sp.ford@prodigy.net
Phone:
Member: No
Officer:
Branch:

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I am a first level supervisor with the FAA at Chicago ARTCC. I was wondering if you could provide me with the history of NAPS and how you "won" statutory rights for supervisors?

My second question is, do you think there would be a way to include Air Traffic Supervisors under your auspices so we to may enjoy some semblence of "employee rights" in the workplace?

Steve

Name: Richard McFarland
Email: ram2591@hotmail.com
Phone:
Member: Yes
Officer: Yes
Branch: 45

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Please change the url for Branch 45 - Birmingham, AL to read http://www.angelfire.com/al3/napsbranch45

and could you tell me where you got the curser on your opening page.

thanks

Name: Julio Garcia III
Email: webmaster@aznaps246.org
Phone:
Member: Yes
Officer: No
Branch: 246

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Great Site Stop By And Visity Ours.Its Still Under Construction But Click On The Bells And Whistles Version If Your Comp Is Newer Than Six Months......Ha Ha Ha...... [http://www.aznaps246.org] Its Almost Complete And We Would Appriciate Your Comments And Concerns.....Please contact Me With Any & All Concerns...Thank-You {webmaster@aznaps246.org} Julio Garcia III

Name: Nicholas S. Brosamer
Email:
Phone: 815-777-1584
Member: No
Officer: No
Branch: 34

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Dear Sir or Madam;

In either late August or early September a memo, of sorts, was put out essentially stating:

PAY ANOMALY for NON-ASP SUPERVISORS RESOLVED: SPECIAL PAY ADJUSTMENT FOR CERTAIN NON-ASP SUPERVISORS! There will be a one-time basic salary increase for certain supervisors who meet the following eligibility criteria: 1. In one of the two following EAS-16 supervisory positions as of August 25, 2001 (PP 19-01) a. Supervisor, Customer Services (2305-6121), or b. Supervisor, Distribution Operations (2301-6076) 2. Did not enter either position as a result of graduating from the Associate Supervisor Program (ASP) 3. Entered either position on or before July 30, 1997. 4. Have a merit rating of Far Exceeded or Met Requirements for FY 2000. 5. As of August 25, 2001 (PP 19-01) are earning a salary of less than $46,000. Eligible supervisors who meet the above criteria will receive a basic salary increase effective August 25, 2001 (PP 19-01) equal to the difference between their current salary and $46,000, not to exceed $1,200.

Quite frankly I donít understand. I am a titled Supervisor, Customer Services. Yes, I did indeed graduate the ASP Program.

In my below statements, Please correct me if Iím wrong or donít have all the accurate information.

But, it would appear to me as ASP Graduates are being penalized for taking that step into Supervision. I remember going in the Program and the US Postal Service was not getting enough qualified applicants. They even hired from the outside. This doesnít seem to be very good incentive for craft to become Supervisors. I think you will get less qualified Supervisors, knowing their counterparts doing the same job are getting paid from a different structure.

I apologize, but I take this quite personally. To me this was a slap in the face. It indicates that the National Association of Postal Supervisors thinks ASP graduates arenít competent in their jobs. I, Sir or Madam, think Iím very competent in my duties as a United States Postal Supervisor. The pay structure isnít a very good system. Not only is your fellow Supervisors now making more than you are, but we still have Rural Carriers making more than their Supervisors. Not to mention, all other craft with just a couple hours of overtime are also making more.

I also had every intention of joining this organization. I just had not been contacted by anyone. Ironically, about a week after I read this, I received an application requesting me to join. Why would I want to join an organization that will not fight for those that graduated the ASP Program?

I also think, my district feels I am quite competent. I effectively run the operation at the Galena Post Office, as my Postmaster is out away on details a lot. I have also been out on a level 18 OIC assignment. Again, please correct me if I donít have all the facts and if NAPS intends to fight for ASP Graduates.

Respectfully,

Nicholas S. Brosamer Competent Supervisor, Customer Services Galena Post Office 61036

Name: Danny R. Zeigler
Email: dzeigler@email.usps.gov
Phone:
Member:
Officer:
Branch:

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Name: Danny R. Zeigler
Email: dzeigler@email.usps.gov
Phone: 630.260.5629
Member: Yes
Officer: No
Branch: 034

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I joined NAPS back in September (Tom Colao), I have not received a NAPS letter as yet.

Name: LeeAnn Depner
Email: ldepner@aol.com
Phone: 815-385-5844
Member: Yes
Officer: No
Branch: 34

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I would like to know if Postmaster's can switch you from mailprocessing to delivery anytime they want. Don't they have to give you some notice, or can they make you do duel jobs without notice? I

Name: Spaur,Dave
Email:
Phone:
Member: Yes
Officer: Yes
Branch: 463

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Hi All......Las Vegas would be a great place to visit for the 2006 convention Thanks for your support Dave

Name: VELMA LEWIS
Email: THER7VEL@AOL.COM
Phone: 630-969-2001
Member: Yes
Officer: No
Branch:

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I HAVE A QUESTION . I ASKED THE OFFICER IN CHARGE OF THE POST OFFICE WHERE I AM DOMICILE TO BE OFF AUGUST 31. I SUBMITTED THE 3971 ON JULY 22, 2002. ON AUGUST 26, 2002 I ASKED HIM ABOUT IT. HE GAVE ME THE 3971 BACK DENIED BECAUSE HE COULD NOT REPLACE ME. WHEN I GAVE HIM THE 3971 I TOLD HIM VERBALLY AND IN WRITING THAT I WANTED THIS TO BE MY VACATION. I DID NOT WANT A FULL WEEK, I JUSTED WANTED THIS DAY COUPLE WITH MY OFF DAYS. WHAT ARE MY RIGHTS? I HAVE A TOTAL OF 520 HOURS OF ANNUAL LEAVE LEFT FOR THE YEAR.

Name: VELMA LEWIS
Email: THER7VEL@AOL.COM
Phone:
Member: Yes
Officer: No
Branch: #34

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I AND MY CO-WORKER IS HAVING PROBLEMS WITH OUR POSTMASTER (OIC) HE HAS ISSUED ME TWO LETTERS OF WARNING AND DENIED MY 3971 THAT I SUBMITTED OVER A MONTH AGO. MY CO-WORKER RECEIVED A LETTER OF WARNING ON THE SAME DAY I DID. WE FEEL THAT THESE LETTERS OF WARNINGS WAS UNJUST AND UNWARRANTED. THERE ARE NO DISCUSSIONS PRIOR TO THESE LETTER OF WARNINGS. THE CHARGES WAS A HUMAN ERROR OR PAST PRACTICES. EVERTHING THAT IS WRONG IT APPEARS THAT HE JUST ISSUE A LETTER OF WARNING. WE FEAR FOR OUR JOBS. WE ARE FOLLOWING PROPER PROCEDURES BY SUBMITTING THE LETTER OF REBUTTAL, BUT WE WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF IT IS POSSIBLE THAT WE COULD REQUEST THAT WE COULD GET A REPRESENTATIVE FROM NAPS TO COME OUT AND TALK TO THIS MAN. THIS MAN CAN'T BE ALLOWED TO JUST ISSUE LETTER OF WARNING FOR NO REAL REASONS. NO MATTER HOW YOU EXPLAIN IT TO HIM OR TRY TO POINT OUT TO HIM WHY IT HAPPEN, WE GET NO CONSIDERATION. BOTH OF US HAVE BEEN IN THE SERVICE OVER TWENTY FIVE YEARS. I HAVE NEVER HAD A LETTER OF WARNING UNTIL JUNE OF THIS YEAR. WE NEED HELP, SERIOUS HELP, BEFORE THIS MAN COST OF OUR JOBS.

Name: Rege Curtin
Email: rege02@rjctelecom.com
Phone:
Member: Yes
Officer: No
Branch: 20

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I am the webmaster for Branch 20 Pittsburgh: http://www.naps20.org/ I have placed a link to your site here: http://www.naps20.org/branches.htm A link back would be greatly appreciated. Thank You, Rege Curtin

Name: Rick
Email: Rick@NAPS133.org
Phone:
Member: No
Officer: No
Branch: 133

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I would like you to update your link to NAPS133 on your site to www.NAPS133.org. I am the webmaster of this new site and would be appreciate your help. I have a link to your site in place under our Branch Links page. Thanks

Name: Frederick C. Johnson
Email: fcj1222@ameritech.net
Phone: 1-773-772-5616
Member: Yes
Officer: No
Branch: 270

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I have been chosen for a vacant supervisory position by the postmasters at the same office on four different postings , but i have been told and recieved in writing that i could not get the positions by uppermanagement. The reasons has been paperwork was not submitted properly, paperwork was never recevied, i could not do a lateral transfer,postmasters did not submit my paperwork in time, and for operational needs of servce. During those periods mangement has let seven different supervisors either lateral transfer or bid out of the office, but it's always something when it comes to me. I was the first supervisor to bid out of this office , but the only one who can not leave. I feel this is discrimnation by uppermanagement only because they have no other supervisors with the experience i have, and they know others supervisors will not bid into this office.

 

Name: Dennis Hurley
Email: dh@618bellatlantic.net
Phone:
Member: Yes
Officer: No
Branch:

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Looking for INFO on closing of Plants. I was from the Hamilton (Trenton PDC) in New Jersey (anthrax groung zero). I took an SDO position in the Monmouth PDC on T1, now acting as MDO. Too much stuff going on, still over 700 displaced EAS and craft from Trenton. Looks like they are trying to do an excess of Trenton people. Just spent a day with the Trenton Plant Mgr. at home. he is out on sick leave (car accident) he said he doesn't thing the plant will ever be occupied by postal employees again. Also, looks like the NY Metro Area is going to the North East with Jon Seale.. Central NJ will go to Northern NJ Performance Cluster. Lots of PCES appointments ? WHY and most of these appointments are shit people.... What is going on out there... Was involved from 1998 until the anthrax situation with Fn1 BPI, now taken out of loop... PS. forgot NAPS local Dennis

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