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  1. With the Postal Service’s restructuring plan moving forward, it is inevitable that Article 12 proposed notices of excessing will appear and may affect multiple occupational groups, ranging from Electronic Technicians, Mail Processing Equipment Mechanics, Maintenance Mechanics, Maintenance Support Clerks, etc. The unfortunate reality is that the Postal Service plans to involuntarily reassign some employees outside of their craft and/ or installation. Below are a few of the required steps that our contract requires prior to excessing: Area/Regional Notification The union at the area/regional level will be given notice when technological, mechanization, or operational changes impact the bargaining unit no less than 90 days in advance, and six months in advance whenever possible. This notice shall be in the form of an Impact/Work Hour Report. Involuntary reassignment of bargaining unit employees outside their craft or installation requires an area/ regional labor-management meeting. It is in the interest of both parties to meet as soon as practicable and to develop an ongoing flow of communications to ensure that the principles of Article 12 (reassignment) are met. The first area/regional labor-management meeting must be held no less than 90 days prior to the involuntary reassignment. Maintenance Craft Discussions Per Article 38.3.K (Excessing) Field managers and/or supervisors should not discuss with bargaining unit employees proposed excessing outside the craft or installation until the area/regional parties have held their discussions. This should prevent employees from receiving erroneous information from management or the union and control the appropriate flow of information. If your office receives an Article 12 proposed notification, you must be ready to challenge the validity of the new Staffing Package by requesting supporting data, emails, rationale, submitted packages, denied submitted packages, approved packages, etc. If you need any help, do not hesitate to contact your Maintenance National Business Agent and Coordinator. We are all working together. The Maintenance Division is offering the workshops below at the National Convention in July 2024. Maintenance Article 12 Excessing Guide Workshop: Addresses how to challenge Maintenance Article 12 Excessing Notifications; Understanding Article 12.5.C.4 and 12.5.C.5, which outlines reassignment within and outside of the Installation, and the applicable Requests for Information (RFIs). (2:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m.) This workshop will be led by NBA Hector Baez. Preserving Maintenance Jobs! In this environment of the Postal Service continuing to revert, or fail to fill, vacant duty assignments, this class will provide a comprehensive look at fighting job reversions, proper remedy requests, and what information to request. This class will also cover sub-contracting of custodial MOU guidelines and the Two-Hour Memo. (10a.m.- 1 p.m.) This workshop will be led by NBA Dave Sarnacki. 2024 Maintenance Negotiation Team: The preparations for national collective bargaining began in January 2024. I am proud to announce the members of our Maintenance Negotiation Team: Idowu Balogun, Maintenance Division Director Terry B. Martinez, Assistant Director A, Maintenance Division Jason Treier, Assistant Director B, Maintenance Division Curtis Walker, National Business Agent, Central Region Dave Sarnacki, National Business Agent, Northeast Region Hector Baez, National Business Agent, Western Region I am honored to select Brother Dana Coletti, president of the Manchester Area Local, as a representative of the Maintenance Division on the Rank-and-File Committee. We welcome your suggestions and comments for the upcoming negotiations. You can contact our team via email Maint2024@apwu.org.
  2. https://wvmetronews.com/2024/05/19/postmaster-halts-changes-to-usps-facilities-including-charleston-center-till-next-year/?fbclid=IwZXh0bgNhZW0CMTEAAR1g20JgIZ0eGk6h1FmZpMpjad9RVzN2OG5F7EDWWwIC6YzUKMmCzq7nq6Y_aem_ARpy0DB8d-RIsovHQwpcjdWNwALNw70JuBWfuz_JLplbO5T65qNlUYG4nsTmScvSOPDU9xo4yekCJWaahn1ZidLd
  3. VP Holstein starts his interview at the 2 minute mark. https://wvmetronews.com/podcast/talkline/?fbclid=IwZXh0bgNhZW0CMTEAAR2GYHBIOdXPZVvyz-JMHPx087heKr6xx6wG5PXw_SV8accolcj2oPovXyM_aem_ARqoELHwmr0l7BUWHU9JRfJVn0gQ4mE_ciJzM5tIj525k56ha63TXne4Wiyb6PXil3rw59xB8Y48JloR1tnDytOo
  4. June 22nd 6:00AM - 7:00PM @ 711 Bigley Ave, Charleston, WV 25302, the APWU 133 will be hosting an indoor/outdoor diner (food will be provided) with activities. We will also be giving away tee shirts and hoodies first come first serve on certain sizes. We have a pool table, dart board, poker table with playing cards, a large television, and possibly cornhole. We want to encourage all members, family members, and honorary members to come. If there is a dish you would like to bring feel free.
  5. In a Needed Step to Improve Service, Postal Management to Slow Down Consolidations In response to union, community, and political pressure, Postmaster General (PMG) DeJoy, in a letter to Senator Gary Peters (D-MI), has agreed to pause, at least until January 2025, a number of the planned mail consolidations that are part of the “network modernization” changes currently underway. (Read the letter here.) PMG DeJoy’s response was in answer to a letter of concern by a bipartisan group of 26 Senators. (Read the Senators’ letter here.) “From the very beginning of these plans, the APWU leadership has advocated that management needs to slow down to ensure that the rights of the workers are upheld and respected and that planned changes must improve service,” said APWU President Mark Dimondstein. “While we acknowledge the need for change in light of changing technology, changes in the mailing habits of the people, and to the mail mix, the network changes have thus far been implemented in a chaotic and detrimental way. Slowing down the process and commitments to improve service are welcome and needed steps.” The letter also commits to not moving forward with any consolidation plans without advising Congress, as well as to moderate the pace of any planned changes. The APWU has initiated a detailed information request to obtain the full and accurate list of consolidations that will be put on hold as well as any potential impact on excessing of employees from one facility to another. “I commend all throughout our union ranks, our community allies and many friends in Congress who have made and will continue to make their voices heard loud and clear – there must be no short cuts when it comes to service,” shared Dimondstein. The APWU will share more information as it is received from the USPS.
  6. HAVE YOU BEEN IMPACTED BY U.S. POSTAL SERVICE DELAYS? Senator Manchin strongly opposes cuts to any USPS services in West Virginia and wants to hear your opinion on this important matter. Please consider taking a quick, anonymous survey to help us understand how future changes would affect you. TAKE THE SURVEY
  7. "American Postal Workers Union Local 133 was informed this morning, by local media outlets, the USPS has finalized its plan to transfer outgoing mail processing operations to Pittsburgh, PA and Warrendale PA. While it is to no surprise the regurgitated language specified in this release seems to be positive, postal employees across the United States know otherwise. The 10-year Delivering for America Plan is failing you the customer. Recent OIG reports show Texas, Virginia, Georgia and Missouri are all facing backlogs and delays with transportation and mail processing. These reports show mail sitting in trailers for up to two months and financial costs far exceeding the original operational plan before its change. These reports are far from the promised streamlined processing and delivery you have been promised by the service. We want to let our customers and union members know; President Brown and I will continue fighting this consolidation to the fullest extent our contractual provisions allow. We request that members of the public continue to contact their Senators, Congressmen and Congresswomen in opposition to this now planned change." Tim Holstein Vice President APWU Local 133 Charleston, WV
  8. The Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA or union contract) between the APWU and the USPS sets the wages, hours, rights, benefits, job security, and working conditions of APWU-represented postal workers. The current contract expires on Sept. 20, 2024, and preparations are already underway with the official negotiation period beginning this June. The APWU national negotiating team is guided by formal resolutions that are passed by various local and state organizations, and are debated and voted on at our national conventions. We encourage you to work with your local or state union leadership regarding this formal resolution process. However, we also want to hear from each and every one of you. APWU has opened our contract survey so that you can let us know what your priorities are for a new union contract. Please fill out the survey by visiting apwu.org/survey. Alternatively, you can text the word “SURVEY” to 91990 to receive a link to participate in the survey on a mobile device. Contract negotiations are challenging, as management always tries to chip away at our rights, wages, and benefits. Our union is always pushing forward to improve the well-being and job security of postal workers across the country. Please take five minutes to complete the survey and help the APWU negotiate the best contract that we can in 2024! https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Q5YKS6H
  9. March 2024 NPC Report Industrial Relations.pdf
  10. Apwu local meeting @6:00PM.
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  13. In accordance with the 2021-2024 Collective Bar­gaining Agreement, career employees represented by the APWU will receive a $0.17 per hour cost-of-living adjustment (COLA), effective March 9, 2024. The increase is the result of a rise in the Consum­er Price Index (CPI-W), and will appear in paychecks dated March 29, 2024 (Pay Period 07-2024). The COLA for full-time employees in each step and grade will amount to $354.00 annually, and the hourly rates for part-time employ­ees will be adjusted accordingly. COLAs are separate and in addition to general wage increases. This is the fifth cost-of-living increase under the 2021 contract. The first increase, effective in February 2022, amounted to $0.63 per hour or $1,310.00 annually. The second, effective in August 2022 was $1.18 per hour or $2,455.00 annually. The third, effective in March 2023, was $0.10 per hour, or $208.00 annually. The fourth, effective August 26, 2023, was 0.48 per hour, or $998.00 annually. The total cumulative COLAs received so far during the 2021-2024 National Agreement is $2.56 per hour, or $5,325.00 annually. Though Postal Support Employees (PSEs) do not receive cost-of-living increases, they have received several additional increases beyond the general wage increases for all employees in the APWU bargaining unit under the 2021 contract. However, when PSEs convert to career, the COLA increases are also included in their base wages going forward. Rising inflation underscores the importance of our negotiated Cost-of-Living Adjustments (COLAs) within our union contract, made possible by the strength of our membership. COLAs are our best protection against inflation. Postal Workers are some of the few U.S. workers who receive COLA increases. Even in the postal world, we are the only postal union that has maintained full COLA in our union contract. “Once again, union-won COLAs prove how invaluable our contractual rights are to postal workers and our families,” said APWU President Mark Dimondstein. “We will continue to fight to maintain full COLA provisions in our upcoming contract.” We will update this article with pay chart information as it becomes available.
  14. “The Postal Service recently decided to change the Public Meeting date to February 14, at 6:30 pm at the Charleston Civic Center. APWU Local 133 has been inundated with support from local businesses and customers. We have received numerous calls with questions asking why the Postal Service chose this day, when Feb 12 and 13 were available to have the meeting in the same location. The only answer we have is THEY DONT WANT YOU THERE! The union has said from the very beginning, the publics voice is strong, and the postal service does not want to hear it! Please join us at the informational picket at 5pm Tuesday Feb 13 at the Charleston Main Post Office and AGAIN on Valentines Day at the public meeting! We will have over $500 in gift cards to give out in a drawing for all that sign up and attend the meeting. Please feel free to share the above flyer with as many people as you can, and once again, Thank You for helping us fight to keep YOUR mail in West Virginia!” Tim Holstein Vice President APWU Local 133 Charleston, WV
  15. Initial Findings Document Mail Processing Facility Review Charleston P&DC in South Charleston, WV 1/30/2024 As part of a $40 billion investment strategy to upgrade and improve the Postal processing, transportation, and delivery networks, the U.S. Postal Service announced that it is conducting an evaluation of current operations and potential future uses of its Charleston Processing and Distribution Center (P&DC) facility in South Charleston, WV. The USPS ten-year Delivering for America (DFA) plan includes initiatives to improve organizational and operational processes and actively make the Postal Service an efficient, high-performing, world class logistics and delivery provider. Improvements to Postal operations will enhance the level of service provided to the public; drive innovation and enable a broader array of postal products and services; enhance organizational competitiveness; improve efficiency and lower the cost to operate; and provide better workplaces and careers for Postal Service employees. This specific facility review will inform the best allocation of resources and strategies to improve customer service and to achieve significant cost savings through operational precision and efficiency. Business mail entry, Post Office, station, and branch retail services are not expected to change, and delivery services will be unaffected throughout this review. The evaluation is a first step in the Postal Service review and investment process in this facility and will not result in this facility’s closure or career employee layoffs. This ongoing review was initiated to evaluate what role the facility will take in the redesigned postal network and to assess potentially moving some of the mail processing operations from the Charleston P&DC to the Pittsburgh P&DC in Pittsburgh, PA and Pennwood Place P&DC in Warrendale, PA. Below are initial findings from the study: Facility Future The initial results of the facility review support the business case for keeping the Charleston P&DC open and modernizing the facility as a Local Processing Center (LPC) with simplified processes and standardized layouts. The South Charleston LPC will be a critical node to the unified movement of mail and packages across the regional processing and transportation ecosystem in a logically sequenced manner and will benefit from the expanding services the Postal Service plans to deploy to increase its revenue and enhance its role in this community. The facility will offer expanded and streamlined package processing and distribution capabilities in the local market and new workplace amenities for USPS employees. It is anticipated that the facility will maintain the following destinating operations once converted to the LPC: · Destinating Packages · Destinating Letters and Flats · Manual Letters and Flats · Express · Business Mail Entry Unit (BMEU) The LPC will also be fitted with state-of-the-art sorting equipment that will improve delivery services. We plan to operate the following sorting equipment in this facility: · 10 Delivery Bar Code Sorter (DBCS) · 2 DBCS Input Output Subsystem (DIOSS) · 1 Automated Flat Sorting Machine 100 (AFSM 100) · 1 High Speed Tray Sorter (HSTS) · 1 Low-Cost Reject Encoding Machine (LCREM) · 1 Single Induction Package Sorter (SIPS) · 1 Flex Rover Sorter (FRS) The improvements for this facility will result in up to $11 million in investments for modernization efforts and deferred maintenance investments. On the workroom floor, lighting will be upgraded with LEDs, flooring will be repaired and refinished, impediments to open process flow will be removed, and dock areas will be generally rehabilitated. Employee amenities will be refreshed with renovation to restrooms, lockers, and break areas. Parking lots will be repaired and renovated in preparation of both Next Generation Delivery Vehicles (NGDVs), as well as Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs). Where BEVs will be deployed, we will be upgrading and developing the electrical infrastructure necessary to power the rollout of BEVs into our delivery fleet. New mail and processing equipment investments totaling $7M: · 1 Flex Rover Sorter (FRS) · 1 High Speed Tray Sorter (HSTS) · 1 Single Induction Package Sorter (SIPS) Additionally, the business case supports transferring mail processing outgoing operations to the Pittsburgh P&DC and Pennwood Place P&DC. Currently, a majority of mail and packages are destined outside of the Charleston area to the rest of the world. Finally, the consolidation of plant operations will allow the South Charleston LPC to be collocated with a Sorting and Delivery Center (S&DC). These new facilities are comprised of repurposed facilities and will provide faster and more reliable mail and package delivery over a greater geographic area. S&DCs will be fitted with new package sorting equipment and enable customer service and local commerce opportunities for Same Day or Next Day delivery. They will also have renovated bathrooms and breakrooms for Postal Service employees. In addition, S&DCs will have the infrastructure needed to support the deployment of the Postal Service’s new electric delivery trucks and the charging stations needed to power them. Replacing the Postal Service’s more than thirty-year-old vehicles will allow the organization to significantly reduce carbon emissions, increase safety and reliability, and provide more comfortable delivery vehicles to letter carriers. The S&DC that will be collocated with the South Charleston LPC will have 138 delivery routes that are eligible to be serviced by BEVs. Based on the average deployment numbers at S&DCs, new vehicle investment in BEVs and infrastructure is approximately $5M per site. The Postal Service plans to invest between $20M and $30M into the South Charleston LPC as we prepare the facility to serve as an important contributor to operations in today’s economy and far into the future. Postal Employees NOTE: There will be no career employee layoffs as part of this initiative. The numbers presented here reflect data available as of October 6, 2023, and are subject to change until the completion of the facility review. Our ongoing analysis will include quantifying the time it will take to refurbish the facility and prepare it for the services and functions as an LPC and quantifying the appropriate workforce necessary to efficiently staff the LPC. We expect that the increase in these services and functions may require additional employment positions which could mitigate some of the reductions identified below. Due to the transfer of outgoing operations, an estimated net decrease of 24 craft and 1 management positions are projected once the initiative is completed. All bargaining employee reassignments will be made in accordance with the respective collective bargaining agreements. The Postal Service has made a commitment to ensuring there is a clear path for our pre career employees to obtain fulltime positions, as evidenced by our newly negotiated contract provisions and making automatic conversions to stabilize our workforce. This has culminated in 165,798 pre career employees being converted to career over the past three years. Our pre career workforce is a valuable employee category that provides us necessary operational flexibility leading to efficiencies. Like all employers who have a flexible employee category, there is a higher turnover rate with these employees, providing us the opportunity to both capture savings by rightsizing our workforce when making long overdue operational changes and avoiding any career layoffs. Estimated Cost Savings Proposed savings in the draft MPFR analysis are ultimately projected to be $6.5M - $8.9M annually once the initiative is completed. Below is a breakdown of this savings estimate: · Annual Transportation Savings $4.9M - $6.6M · Annual Maintenance Savings $1.0M - $1.4M · Annual Mail Processing Savings $590K - $790K · Annual Management Savings $90K - $120K Local Customer Considerations · Retail and other services currently available will not change · Business mail acceptance will remain the same · A local postmark will continue to be available at retail post offices · Delivery times of mail to residences and businesses should not change because of the review Commercial Mailers · Mailers who presort mail will continue to receive appropriate postage discounts · Mailers who drop ship to a Destination Sectional Center Facility (DSCF) can expect no changes, if the MPFR is approved Please go to https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/mpfr-charleston-wv to submit written comments. All written comments must be received by February 29, 2024.
  16. “Today, members of the public and the media were able to witness what Postal Service workers across America face every day. A lack of respect for its employees, and now YOU, the public! Local union officials have persistently reached out to the Postal Service in efforts to obtain information they were to release on January 23, 2024, to no avail. Numerous grievances have been filed throughout this MPFR process due to the Postal Services inability to abide by their handbooks and manuals that govern such movement. We will continue to work with our elected officials, the AFL-CIO and affiliate unions in the state to fight the Postal Service plans on moving your mail to Pittsburgh to be processed. The public survey is still available to take, and we encourage everyone to do so.” Tim Holstein Vice President APWU Local 133 Charleston, WV
  17. The rally scheduled for Monday the 29th will be cancelled. Rescheduling once the new public meeting is announced.
  18. Stand-Up Talk January 26, 2024 Mail Processing Facility Review Postponement of Public Meeting to be held re: Charleston WV P&DC On January 12, 2024, we announced that a Public Input Meeting for the Mail Processing Facility Review (MPFR) of Charleston P&DC was scheduled for January 30, 2024, to share the initial results of the study and to allow members of the local community to provide their feedback and perspectives on the Initial Findings of the MPFR. We are postponing the posting of our initial findings as further time is needed to finalize any specific improvements, we may undertake at the Charleston P&DC. This will result in the rescheduling of the Public Input Meeting within the next several weeks. Once the Public Input Meeting has been rescheduled, a subsequent announcement will be made. Comments on the proposal from employees and the public will be considered before any decision is made. Comments may continue to be submitted at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/mpfr-charleston-wv. Thank you for your attention. We will keep you updated as we move through the facility review process and additional initiatives to modernize our postal network.   FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS 408 PUBLIC MEETING POSTPONEMENT 1/26/24 Q: Why are you postponing this public meeting? We are postponing the posting of our initial findings as further time is needed to finalize any specific improvements, we may undertake at Charleston WV P&DC. This will result in the rescheduling of the Public Input Meeting. Q: When will the public meeting be rescheduled? The Public Input Meeting will be rescheduled within the next several weeks. Once the Public Input Meeting has been rescheduled, a subsequent announcement of date, time and location will be made. Q: What additional information are you including in your review process? We are finalizing proposed investments and improvements for the specific site. Q: Are you postponing this meeting due to negative feedback/pressure from the local community? No. We are postponing the posting of our initial findings as further time is needed to finalize any specific improvements, we may undertake at Charleston WV P&DC. Public feedback is considered throughout the review process. Q: You’ve held public meetings and issued initial findings in a number of local communities. Will you be revisiting those findings as well based on the new criteria you are evaluating here? This announcement is relevant only to this site. Q: How do you pick the times and locations for these public meetings? We look for publicly accessible locations within the local community. Q: If people can’t attend the public meeting, how can they submit their feedback? Members of the local community may continue to submit comments at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/mpfr-charleston-wv.
  19. APWU 133 members, As you are aware, the public meeting is set for January 30 at 2:30PM in Charleston WV re: the Processing and Distribution facility. The time of 2:30 in the afternoon was picked on purpose to limit the publics opposition to the proposed changes here, since most are at their respective place of employment. Other facilities have been successful in moving the time, in opposition of the one presented by the Postal Service with the help of their elected officials and the public. We have reached out to Senator's Manchin and Capito, Congresswoman Carol Miller, Gov Justice, Charleston Mayor Goodwin, South Charleston Mayor Mullins and the Kanawha Co Commision requesting they support our opposition of the time and request it to be changed. We have reached out to the Charleston Civic Center to ensure that the same meeting place the Postal Service has reserved for 2:30 is available at 6:00 that evening, and it is. Changing this time will allow resident's the opportunity to voice their opinion on the matter, thus giving the Postal Service adequate information to make the appropriate decision, as they have stated since day one. Please email: sean.p.hargadon@usps.gov and request that the meeting time be changed to allow the public the opportunity to attend. With our members, the public and our elected officials, we can change the future of this facility. Thank you, Tim Holstein Vice President APWU Local 133 Charleston, WV
  20. "APWU Local 133 was notified today of the current MPFR Public Meeting time and place, as well as the Postal Services plans for the future of the facility. The union does not agree with the Postal Services initial plan to reduce the P&DC to an LPC and we encourage all members to attend this public meeting. The fight is not over! We will continue to update you with information as soon as we get it." Mail Processing Facility Review Notice of Public Input Meeting Charleston P&DC in South Charleston WV to Pittsburgh P&DC in Pittsburgh, PA, and Pennwood Place P&DC in Warrendale, PA January 12, 2024 As part of a $40 billion investment strategy to upgrade and improve the Postal processing, transportation, and delivery networks, the U.S. Postal Service announced that it is conducting an evaluation of current operations and potential future uses of its Charleston Processing and Distribution Center (P&DC) facility in South Charleston, WV. The USPS ten-year Delivering for America (DFA) plan includes initiatives to improve organizational and operational processes and actively make the Postal Service an efficient, high-performing, world class logistics and delivery provider. Improvements to Postal operations will enhance the level of service provided to the public; drive innovation and enable a broader array of postal products and services; enhance organizational competitiveness; improve efficiency and lower the cost to operate; and provide better workplaces and careers for Postal Service employees. This specific facility review will inform the best allocation of resources and strategies to improve customer service and to achieve significant cost savings through operational precision and efficiency. Business mail entry, Post Office, station, and branch retail services are not expected to change, and delivery services will be unaffected throughout this review. The evaluation is a first step in the Postal Service review and investment process in this facility and will not result in this facility’s closure or career employee layoffs. Public input will be considered as part of the review. A public meeting will be held to share the initial results of the study and to allow members of the local community to provide their additional feedback and perspectives on the Initial Findings of the MPFR. The meeting will be held on Tuesday, January 30, 2:30 PM at the Charleston Coliseum & Convention Center, 200 Civic Center Dr, Charleston WV 25301. A summary of the MPFR will be posted on about.usps.com at least one week prior to the public input meeting. Members of the local community may submit comments at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/mpfrcharleston-wv. Below are some preliminary highlights from the study: Business Case The Postal Service is investing heavily in operations as it moves to modernize in nation’s postal network, improve customer service and achieve the organization’s goal of 95% on-time delivery across all mail products. The initial results of the facility review support the business case for keeping the Charleston WV P&DC open and modernizing the facility as a Local Processing Center (LPC) with simplified processes and standardized layouts. The Charleston WV LPC will be a critical node to the unified movement of mail and packages across the regional processing and transportation ecosystem. The facility will offer expanded and streamlined package processing capabilities in the local market and new workplace amenities for USPS employees. Additionally, the business case supports transferring some mail processing operations to the Pittsburgh P&DC and Pennwood Place P&DC. Future of Facility The Charleston P&DC will remain open and will be modernized. It will be repositioned as a Local Processing Center for destinating mail processing. It is expected that this facility will be a critical node to the unified movement of mail and packages across the regional processing and transportation ecosystem. Local Customers § Retail and other services currently available at the Charleston P&DC will not change. § Business mail acceptance will remain the same. § A local postmark will continue to be available at retail post offices. § Delivery times of mail to residence and businesses should not change throughout this review. Commercial Mailers § Mailers who presort mail will continue to receive appropriate postage discounts. § Mailers who drop ship to Destination Sectional Center Facility (DSCF) can expect no changes if the MPFR is approved. Please go to https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/mpfr-charleston-wv to submit written comments. All written comments must be received by February 14, 2024.
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