ATU 1181 Members Only
The information on this page is from ATU Local 1181 and is meant to communicate with their membership.
STRIKE IS OVER
“EPP ATU Transit Strike 2013 ” was put together by Honey Boy ( real name Dennis Jackson) and Honey Girl, ( real name Michelle Sylvester) For copies of their disk call Dennis at 347-858-5992 or Michelle at 347-858-5991
TELE-CONFERENCE TOWN HALL CALL AT: 7:00PM
FEBRUARY 15th, 2013
TO ALL DRIVERS, ESCORTS & MECHANICS EMPLOYED BY
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION CONTRACTORS:
We are evaluating very complex BID documents in
addition to looking into lawsuits filed against the Department
of Educations by the contractors.
Until further notice maintain strong and united on the strike lines.
We will be updating you in the very near future on the direction we will be taking.
Michael Cordiello, President/Business Agent
Executive Board Members
ATU Local 1181-1061
Click here for PDF copy of update
Letter from Citywide Council on Special Education denouncing Chancellor Walcott
“What we find most appalling about this is that you and the Mayor believe that the DOE has no responsibility in the current bus strike negotiations.” Click here to read the letter.
|Watch New York City Council hearing on cost of pupil transportation.
||Some pictures from our Unity March and Rally.
[one_third last="no"]Medical Benefits
NYS: 1-888-209-8124 M-F 8am-5pm
Outside of NYS: 1-877-358-5306[/one_third][one_third last="yes"]Important Websites
The NYC Food Bank has food pantries all across NYC. The website is searchable by borough and address. Best option to meet immediate needs for members spread out across the city. *There is no proof of hardship required at food pantries. People may be asked for a photo ID, sign in, and how many people in the family.
Striking Local 1118 ATU members can print their own discount prescription cards (from the company Health Trans) by going to the web site, http://www.prescriptiondiscount123.com/. You will have to fill in some basic information, but then you are all set. You can save anywhere from 10 percent to 85 percent on prescription costs.
[highlight color="eg. yellow, black"]Strike Notifications[/highlight]
- Where Are Your Strike Benefits Coming From?
- Letter from Pres. Cordiello on Extension of Medical Benefits
- Statement from City Council Speaker Christine Quinn
- Statement From Comptroller John Liu
- Bids Effect EPP on Pension Fund
- Strike Bulletin Update 1-29-13
- Strike Assistance
- Letter From Senator Tony Avella
- Press Release 1-25-13
- Unemployment Insurance
- Strike Hardship Letter
- Strike Benefit Notice
- Strike Bulletin #1
- Strike Bulletin #2
- Call Your NYC Council Members