"The Future of American Railroading"
The best safety device ever invented for a locomotive is a Careful ENGINEER!!
much did I pay in BLE-T Division 622 union dues in 2013?
An Engineer paid: $1356.00 or $113.00/month
A Trainman paid: $1140.00 or $95/month
The above figures are based on union dues only and do not include Political Action
Be aware that the BLE-T National
Division and the GCA both had dues increases this year, but because of the exceptional work of your Local Committee of Adjustment
working in conjunction with division executive committee we were able to absorb those dues increases at the local level.
Make sure to thank your Local Committee
of Adjustment members Lance Thomas, Rich Hellwig and Andy Weingart and President Shane Keane and Sec/Tres. Mike Pancost for
their efforts in keeping your dues as low as possible.
CORNERSTONE DISABILITY MEETING
An e-mail addy has been created
to assist in the tracking of turns that are paper deadheaded. You can e-mail each board report directly from the TSS
System by striking the "Shift and PF-7 keys simultaneously. Send each report to the following:
The Carrier has
a very aggressive remote desk Road Foreman. He will likely detect you if you violate.
Local Chairman on questions about Attendance policy and possible ways to avoid discipline for violating.