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CAL Post Offices
California Area Local, APWU
General Membership Meeting
October 22, 2017
1150 W. 4th Street
Ontario CA 91762
Please Note Time Change!
Directions from the West: Take the I-10 eastbound: take the Mountain Avenue exit: turn right onto Mountain Avenue: turn right onto West 4th Street. The Elks Lodge is on the right (about .06 from I-10 exit).
Directions from the East: Take the I-10 westbound: take the Mountain Avenue exit: turn left onto Mountain Avenue: turn right onto West 4th Street. The Elks Lodge is on the right (about .07 miles from I-10).
For additional directions or other information please contact the Local:
California Area Local #4635
129 East “A” Street
Upland CA 91786
Phone (909) 981-2260 Fax (909) 982-9007
As amended 10-26-14 GM Meeting: Article X. Section 6b. A member may be excused for the following reasons: anniversary, birthdays, illness and death in the family based on equity: absences under FMLA; scheduled annual leave; excessive distance to travel to the meeting (over 50 miles one way); military leave. All excuses must be received in the Union Office by DAY of meeting by via phone, mail, or FAX.
California Area Local (CAL) represents nearly 2800 employees belonging to Clerk, Maintenance and Motor Vehicle divisions throughout 4 districts, Los Angeles, Santa Ana, Santa Clarita and San Diego.
For over 30 years, the California Area Local has fought for dignity and respect on the job for the workers we represent, as well as for decent pay and benefits and safe working conditions and we supports the struggle for social and economic justice for all working families.
Our union is a democratic organization comprised of dues-paying members who belong to 3 plants and over 80 associate offices, branches and a retiree chapter. CAL officers are directly elected by union members.
This union’s mission is far greater than the vital work of negotiating contracts and enforcing them through grievances. We are using our collective strength to win some real workers’ power in the workplace – a true voice at work, an end to favoritism, a living wage and much more. We seek through our unity and decisive action to gain a better life for our families.
The APWU National Constitution says it very simply: “We believe all members of labor have the right to economic, political and social justice.”