AUO changes will be discussed at the next meeting on November 8

With the recent changes that have been implemented around Del Rio Sector, PAs have many questions about what this means for them. We always encourage employees to come to every meeting, but turnout is usually pretty low. If you have questions about what's happening with AUO in our sector, come to the meeting and we'll do our best to give you answers. Join us on Thursday, November 8, 2012, at 7:00 PM at The Hampton Inn in Del Rio.

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Why not tell us here? It's pretty sad I have to look on the Tucson sector site to get any info. We are getting screwed already and can't get any answers from our management. Also most of us don't live in Del Rio or are working so how are we to make these meetings?

The meetings are the second Thursday of every month and they rotate from Del Rio to Uvalde to Eagle Pass. If you can't make it to the meetings out of town, then please try to show up to the local meetings. If you have questions about what was discussed, talk to your local steward. There were over 50 PAs in attendance at this month's meeting, so many people were certainly able to adjust their schedules or plan in advance to attend.

As you have undoubtedly seen at your station, everyone is hearing different things daily. Rather than post rumors from here and there, we're trying to get a grasp on the situation. Check out our post from today about AUO guidance.

If you have suggestions for how to make Local 2366 better, please bring them to a meeting or tell your local steward. We are always looking for constructive criticism.

Del Rio Sector Union is awful compared to Tucson Sector, I'm paying my dues and I never hear anything or even have time to go to the meetings. Get your stuff in order, that's why I pay my dues.

The meetings are the second Thursday of every month, so you can plan your schedule around the meetings like many of us do. I suggest that you come to the meetings (or at least give your suggestions to your local stewards) to offer suggestions on how to make it better. That's the only way things change!

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