Meeting Dates

Sunday September 27, 2020 @ 1PM

Saturday October 24, 2020 @ 7PM  ( Retirees @ 6:00pm )



Member Benefits Update

AIL Insurance flyer

During the June Union Meeting APWU Cincinnati Local 164 voted to endorse in the 2019 National Elections:


President – Mark Dimondstein

Vice-President – Jonathan Smith

Secretary/Treasurer – Elizabeth “Liz” Powell

Industrial Relations Dir – Vance Zimmerman

Legislative/Political Director – Judy Beard

Clerk Division Director - Clint Burelson

Clerk Division Assistant Director A – Michael Macho

Clerk Division Assistant Director B – Christine “Chris” Pruitt

MVS Division Director – Michael Foster

MVS Division Assistant Director – Javier Pineres

Support Services Director – Steve Brooks

Research and Education Director – Dena Briscoe

Organization Director – Anna Smith

Human Relations Director – Daleo Freeman

Retirees Director – Jennifer Fulbright

Health Plan Director – Sebrina Maynard

Central Region Coordinator – Sharyn Stone


Benevolent APWU Member, Gloria Adams

Humble, driven by her awareness of the needs of others, Gloria is not only a volunteer, but is also a Humanitarian who is willing to act to relieve the suffering of others... more



Family and Medical Leave Act

The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) was signed into law by President Clinton in 1993. It requires employers to grant eligible employees leave for certain family and medical reasons... more






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2 Members of the Greater Cincinnati Local will win a HD TV just for Voting in the APWU National Election!


Fighting Consolidation

The APWU is fighting efforts by USPS management to dismantle the nation’s mail processing network, which would severely degrade service to the people.


The USPS announced plans to close or consolidate 82 mail processing facilities in 2015 and 2016 – in addition to 140 mail processing plants that were closed or consolidated in 2012. The closure of mail processing facilities is tied to a second reduction in service standards, which the USPS implemented on Jan. 5, 2015. 


The cuts would cause hardships for the public and small businesses, eliminate jobs, and destroy the world’s most efficient and affordable delivery network by driving away mail and revenue. 


The destruction of the mail processing network and the lowering of service standards are part of the same flawed strategy that is behind efforts to end Saturday and door-to-door deliveries, cut post office hours, and make other reductions in mail service. 


The travesty is that the cuts are absolutely unnecessary – because postal operations are profitable. The Postal Service, which isn’t funded by taxpayers, earned an operating profit in fiscal years 2013, 2014 and 2015. And, while first-class mail has declined in recent years, package delivery, largely due to the growth of e-commerce, has been rapidly expanding.


There is red ink, but it stems from political interference, not from the mail. In 2006, Congress mandated that the Postal Service pre-fund future retiree health benefits 75 years in advance – something no other public agency or private firm is required to do. That costs the Postal Service $5.6 billion a year – and that’s the red ink. 


As shutdowns loom, workers and postal customers are rallying to save facilities.


Please try to support American Workers by buying American products!