Western Pennsylvania Supplement Out for Second Vote

Fifty seven percent of Western PA UPSers Voted No on the first proposed agreement, with 52% turnout. Now members are preparing to vote for the second time.

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Many members, and the two largest UPS locals involved, are urging a rejection of the supplement. Local 249 says, "This second proposed supplement is dramatically inferior to the previously proposed supplement. Our members must VOTE and they must VOTE NO."   

Local 30 describes the offer as “far less superior than the first Tentative Agreement," and encourages members to Vote No.

Ballots will be mailed February 19 and counted March 5.  

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