Ohio postmaster gets 10 months for stealing over $57,000 from USPS, customers

October 29, 2015 CLEVELAND — The former postmaster of the Gates Mills Post Office was sentenced to 10 months in prison and ordered to repay approximately $57,000 that she stole, said Steven M. Dettelbach, United States Attorney for the Northern District of Ohio, and Monica Weyler, Special Agent in Charge of the U.S. Postal Service […]

Video: Pittsburgh postmaster will stand trial on charges of intimidating subordinates

September 30, 2015 Pittsburgh postmaster Daniel P. Davis, accused of intercepting private packages and opening them in a hunt for drugs, will stand trial on charges of intimidating subordinates said to be aware of his allegedly illegal activities, a district judge ruled today. Mr. Davis, 50, of Canonsburg is charged with obstructing administration of law […]

National League of Postmasters Takes First Step Towards Consolidation

From NAPUS  July 01, 2015 – The National League of Postmasters of the United States voted on July 1, 2015, to dissolve their 112 year old organization effective October 31, 2016. The historic vote held at the League’s National Convention in Washington DC is contingent upon the adoption of a concurrent resolution at the National […]

APWU: Data Posted on Postmasters, Supervisors Performing Craft Work

Global Settlement: Data Posted on Postmasters, Supervisors Performing Craft Work Grievances Due June 5, If Necessary 06/01/2015 – A key feature of the Global Settlement Remedy Agreement, which was signed on Dec. 5, 2014, were provisions making it easier for union representatives to monitor when postmasters and supervisors perform bargaining unit work in excess of […]

NAPUS: PMG Brennan Pledges to Keep Mail Relevant

Postmaster General Megan Brennan addressed Postmasters at NAPUS’ Leadership Conference Monday, March 16. Attendees warmly welcomed the new PMG. She thanked them for being at the conference and working to advance comprehensive postal reform legislation to ensure the long-term viability of the Postal Service and mailing industry. Brennan said it was an honor of a […]

Women postmasters honored in Palmetto Heritage Festival

Palmetto, FL – Nestled within the heart (literally and figuratively) of the Palmetto Historical Park is Heritage Station, Palmetto’s first free-standing post office. In the summer of 1880, Mary Nettles became postmaster — but she didn’t have a general store. Mrs. Nettles was a homemaker and people started stopping by her house when they wanted […]

Menomonie ex-postmaster pleads guilty to stealing over $44,000, gets probation

Updated- December 18, 2014 – MADISON – A former Menomonie postmaster whose gambling addiction led him to take $44,000 from stamp vending machines over six years was placed on two years of probation Wednesday in federal court and ordered to repay the U.S. Postal Service. Robert J. Colaizy, 63, of Menomonie, who had worked for […]

Postmasters Continue Discussions with USPS on VER and Incentives for Retirement Eligible Employees

  On December 6, 2011, NAPUS President Bob Rapoza and League President Mark Strong met with Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe and agreed to re-open Postmaster pay talks. This agreement was reached in the midst of the selection of a fact-finding panel from a list of panelist received from the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service. If […]

Postmasters To PRC: USPS Must Comply With Existing Laws On Closing Post Offices

Update: Nation’s Postmasters Challenge Proposed Postal Service Regulations- On Thursday, the National Association of Postmasters of the U.S. and the National League of Postmasters filed paperwork with the Postal Regulation Commission that raise serious legal objections to USPS efforts to undercut statutory protections to which communities are entitled during a Post Office discontinuance and a […]