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1. 50-2004-SL99. Formal A. The AWOL charge is hereby changed to 8 hours of sick leave and the Grievant will be paid 8 hours of holiday pay. This will be considered a discussion.

2. 50-2004-SL94. Formal A. Information was not provided to the Union within 24 hours. Kenneth Lerch, Carolyn King, Jenny Jackson, Lakhjit Dheman and Patty King met to work out a process to ensure that information requests are provided within 24 hours.

3. 50-04-KL98. Formal A. 5 PTF's were sent from Rockville offices to Bethesda while 14 NON-ODL's were ordered to carry bumps off their routes on overtime at the Main Office. The 14 NON-ODL's will be paid an additional 125% ($59.00 per hour) for the overtime they worked off of their assignments which totaled 16.40 hours.

4. 50-2004-CK46. Formal A. Grievant was not paid his 8 hour guarantee on his nonscheduled day. Resolved; Grievant will be paid 1.52 hours of overtime.

5. 50-2004-CK47. Step B. The following carriers will receive an escalating remedy of an additional 50% for all hours over 60 plus $65.00 each due to management working carriers over the 60 hour weekly limit; 60.37 hours, 60.65 hours, 61.45 hours, 61.87 hours, 60.47 hours, 61.35 hours, 61.10 hours, 60.38 hours, 60.08 hours, 60.17 hours, 60.06 hours and 60.17 hours.

6. 50-2004-SL100. Formal A. Letter of Warning alleging an Edit Sheet failure is reduced to a discussion.

7. 50-2004-SL101. Formal A. Letter of Warning alleging an Edit Sheet failure is reduced to a discussion.

8. 50-2004-CK54. Formal A. From this point forward, Management will initiate Continuation of Pay (COP) when a carrier submits a CA-1 and checks box 15a (COP) and signs the CA-1. The only time Management will not initiate COP is when the reason falls under the purview of the nine exceptions listed under item 36 on the CA-1 itself (a-i) under the heading “Supervisor instructions.”

9. 50-2004-SL113. Formal A. Letter of Warning for causing damage to the top of a vehicle in a garage is reduced to one year in OPF.

10. 50-2004-SL112. Formal A. Letter of Warning for leaving a postal vehicle unlocked in the postal parking lot with no mail inside is reduced to one year in OPF (Grievant had two prior discussions on this issue.)

11. 50-2004-SL109. Formal A. Letter of Warning for leaving a postal vehicle unlocked in the postal parking lot with no mail inside is reduced to a discussion.

12. 50-2004-SL110. Step B. Letter of Warning for leaving a postal vehicle unlocked in the postal parking lot with no mail inside is reduced to a discussion.

13. 50-2004-SL111. Step B. Letter of Warning for leaving a postal vehicle unlocked in the postal parking lot with no mail inside is reduced to a discussion.

14. 50-2004-SL116. Informal A. The PTF will be paid 1.60 hours of overtime and an additional 50% for 8 hours due to management removing this employee from a holddown (opt.)

15. 50-2004-SL104. Formal A. Management failed to provide information to the Union within 24 hours. We agreed to have a meeting with all the Shop Stewards where the Station Manager promised to get the information to the Union within 24 hours henceforth. Jenny Jackson, Kenneth Lerch, Carolyn King, Sergio Lemus and Dewan Pinthiere participated in this meeting.

16. 50-2004-SL114. Formal A. Management gave a commitment to provide information requested by the Union within 24 hours.

17. 50-2004-SL105. Formal A. The NON-ODL employee will be paid an additional 125% (double time and 3/4 or approx. $59.00 per hour) for 95 units and the ODL employee will be paid 95 units of overtime due to an Article 8 violation (overtime rules.)