PIKE ANNEX

1. 52-2005-MC38. Informal A. Letter of Warning alleging that the District's "hold mail team" found mail for a house on hold without the proper hold mail notice attached is hereby reduced to a discussion. (We've reached new low!)

2. 52-2005-MC39. Informal A. Letter of Warning alleging that the District's "hold mail team" found mail for a house on hold without the proper hold mail notice attached is hereby reduced to a discussion.

3. 52-2005-MC40. Informal A. Letter of Warning alleging that the Grievant's empty vehicle was left unlocked overnight inside a locked parking lot with a barbed wire fence is hereby rescinded.

4. 52-2005-MC41. Informal A. Letter of Warning alleging that the Grievant's empty vehicle was left unlocked overnight inside a locked parking lot with a barbed wire fence is hereby rescinded.

5. 52-2005-MC53. Informal A. Letter of Warning alleging unacceptable attendance is hereby reduced to six months in OPF.

6. 52-2005-MC49. Formal A. Grievant will receive a proper second consultation concerning his route inspection within seven days.

7. 52-2005-MC48. Formal A. Grievant will receive a proper second consultation concerning his route inspection within seven days.

8. 52-2005-MC47. Formal A. Management improperly deducted 50 minutes of line 21 entries during the Grievantís route inspection. This time will be credited back into the Grievantís route and the 1840 will be adjusted accordingly.

9. 52-2005-MC31. Formal A. Management failed to provide a Safety/Service Talk during the week of inspection. Resolved; Ten minutes will be credited as a line 21 entry for all routes on May 6, 2005.

10. 52-2005-MC37. Informal A. The Letter of Demand for $60.00 is hereby rescinded.

11. 52-05-SMS11. Informal A. Letter of Warning alleging a failure to go to the managers office as instructed on two separate occasions is hereby rescinded.

12. 52-2005-MC57. Formal A. Grievant got a large addition to her route and did not receive a second consultation. Grievant bid off the route, therefore the grievance was withdrawn.

13. 52-2005-MC58. Formal A. Grievant got a large addition to his route and did not receive a second consultation. Grievant bid off the route. Resolved; Grievant will not be held to the times of the new assignment.

14. 52-2005-MC67. Formal A. Grievant's route was adjusted to 5 hours and 19 minutes (Grievant says 6 hours) due to anticipated growth. Resolved; Grievant will be permitted to select from the work available on a day by day basis to capture the undertime until the new deliveries are made.

15. 52-2005-MC17A. PRE-ARBITRATION. Grievant was hit with a Letter of Demand for $5392.10. The NBA's office withdrew the case from arbitration because the Letter of Demand was issued two months after the Grievant resigned from the Postal Service, and therefore, was not a bargaining unit employee when the USPS action was initiated.

16. 52-2005-MC32. PRE-ARBITRATION. EMERGENCY SUSPENSION for refusing to show management a medicine bottle after the Grievant took a teaspoonful is hereby rescinded. Grievant will be paid the balance of the day (5.44 hours) and be paid lost overtime opportunity for that day (1.39 hours).

17. 52-2005-MC81. Formal A. Letter of Warning alleging an Edit Sheet Failure is reduced to three months in OPF which will not be cited as a prior element in any future discipline unless it is for an Edit Sheet Failure.

18. 52-2005-MC82. Formal A. 14 DAY SUSPENSION alleging that the carrier took off three of the scanner identification labels when the scanner wouldn't register an accepted scan in order to prove that he did collect the boxes in question is hereby rescinded.

19. 52-2005-MC28. ARBITRATION. 14 DAY SUSPENSION alleging that the Grievant failed to carry a bump before his route as instructed by management (allegedly) is reduced to a discussion.

20. 52-2005-MC66. Informal A. Letter of Warning for taking lunch at an unauthorized location (the Pike Annex) is reduced to three months in OPF.

21. 52-2005-MC60. Informal A. Management introduced a 7 DAY SUSPENSION letter to the arbitrator during an arbitration proceeding that had been expunged from the Grievant's OPF. We grieved this inappropriate action by management. Resolved; Management will remove all disciplinary letters from all Postal files where that discipline has been expunged via the grievance procedure.

22. 52-2005-MC42. Formal A. The 58 minutes of street time wasting practices during the "I" day of the route inspections is hereby rescinded.

23. 52-2005-MC18. ARBITRATION. 14 DAY SUSPENSION alleging a failure to deliver an express piece by 12 noon and scanning the piece at 12:18 while still casing the route is reduced to a 7 DAY SUSPENSION.

24. 52-2005-MC34. PRE-ARBITRATION. 14 DAY SUSPENSION alleging that the Grievant refused to reveal the liquid substance swallowed in the men's locker room (it was cough syrup) and an allegation that the Grievant failed to report to work on his nonscheduled day is rescinded.

25. 52-2005-MC27. PRE-ARBITRATION. 14 DAY SUSPENSION alleging that the Grievant clocked on 12 units (7 minutes) early is reduced to 30 additional days in OPF (6 months and 12 total days).

26. 52-2005-MC52. Step B. Management refused to provide a copy of PS form 1188 to the Union. Resolved; Management violated the contract and must provide the information requested by the Union.

27. 52-2005-MC95. Formal A. Letter of Warning for having an alleged at-fault vehicle accident is reduced to nine months in OPF, but with restricted ability for management to cite this discipline as a prior element in subsequent discipline.