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March 02, 2015
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Christine Peele elected Vice President by acclamation, 2/13/2015

Official Election Announcement

                                                                        

 

Language of MOU Settlement Terms ratified 11/3/2014
FYI.  Attached is the language of the MOU Settlement Terms ratified by members of APL, POOL and STU on November 3, 2014.
 
The next step is for the class action lawsuit to be filed by the Library.  It has to be settled by July 1, 2015.  I will provide more details once informed by our attorney for the UAW.

In response to questions posed by members:

Annuity Clawback
Today the judge ruled on the bankruptcy.  It is expected that details on paying the annuity clawback will be revealed by the GRS (General Retirement System).  From what the GRS has said in the past:
- If you haven't taken your money out of your GRS Annuity account yet, the clawback amount will be debited from your existing annuity account.
- If you have taken your money out of your GRS Annuity account (working or retired), you will be given the option of paying the clawback in a lump sum by a certain date or having the clawback amount taken out of each of your pension checks proportionally (with 6.75% interest) for your lifetime.  
- When the GRS announces the details, I will post.  
- GRS is located at 500 Woodward Ave., Suite 3000, Detroit, MI  48226. Telephone 313-224-3362 or email www.rscd.org
 
Should I retire before the end of the year?
Per the settlement terms, those who are currently retired or will be retired by December 31, 2014, are called Pre-2015 retirees.  If this applies, you will be included in the City's VEBA plan and you  will receive $875.00 (up to $1475.00) annually (for 17 years) from the Library for health care (details to be determined).
 
Note:   health care costs are an important factor is determining whether or not to retire.  If you are eligible for Medicare now or will be by the end of the year, you may want to evaluate whether or not to retire by the end of the year.  I would personally suggest that you (or a financial advisor) compare the financials for retirement by the end of the year vs. retirement after the end of the year.     
 
The GRS will provide you with a "Benefit Estimate" statement upon request by phone or in person.
You will also need to contact DPL's HR dept. to obtain a "Retirement Notice" letter (this letter can be withdrawn if you decide not to retire before the dates requested go into effect).  
 
What if I retire after the end of the year? 
Per the settlement terms, those who retire after the end of the year, beginning January 1, 2015, are called Post-2014 retirees.  If this applies,you will not be included in the City's VEBA and you will not receive $875.00 (up to $1475.00) annually (for 17 years) from the Library for health care costs.  You will receive $125.00 a month from the Library for 5 years from the date you retire if you retire before the CBA (Collective Bargaining Agreement, AKA "the contract") expires June 30, 2017.  
 
I hope this helps.  Laurie Stuart, President, UAW LU 2200 

Download: MOU as emailed to Local 2200 102714.docx
Results of Ratification Vote

Members of UAW LU 2200 voted to accept the settlement with a vote of 36 to 6.

The results were as follows:

STU -     4 accept, 1 reject

POOL - 22 accept, 4 reject

APL -   10 accept, 1 reject

I will forward the results of the ratification vote to UAW Region 1 and let you know what the next step is after I hear from them. 

Thank you to all who participated in the process.

Laurie Stuart, President, UAW LU 2200

 


Download: MOU as emailed to Local 2200 102714.docx
Updated (June 2014) Seniority Lists Added to Downloads Area

Seniority lists for APL, POOL, and STU units have been posted to the "Downloads" member resource of this web site.  The lists are current as of June 16, 2014. Member registration to this website is required to access the lists.

Go with AT&T Mobility and support our CWA brothers and sisters
Greetings:
Union members get discounts with AT&T.  Check it out. 
Laurie Stuart, President, LU 2200
 
 


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We ask members of other unions to support us and buy UAW-made vehicles and vehicles assembled with UAW-made parts. The 40,000 Communications Workers of America-represented workers at ATT Mobility deserve our support.

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