2017 Bylaw Voting Results

September 21, 2017 Admin 0

09/21/2017

Here are the results of the Bylaw referendum vote, awaiting approval from the Grand Lodge.
ARTICLE III – SECTION 2 (A)  – PASSED
ARTICLE III – SECTION 2 (B) – PASSED
ARTICLE III – SECTION 3 – PASSED
ARTICLE III – SECTION 9 – PASSED
ARTICLE III – SECTION 13 – FAILED
ARTICLE III – SECTION 14 – PASSED… Read More...
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Current Local Lodge 1725 Bylaws now available online!

May 1, 2017 Admin 0

Several members have requested that our current Bylaws be made available online. We are happy to announce we have now uploaded them to the site and they are available to view/print/download. This should be very helpful with the recent call for Bylaws Proposals going out.

You can access the Bylaws directly here: Local Lodge 1725 Bylaws

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Find them on the Resources page under the Local Lodge 1725 Documents section.

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American Airlines Workers Industry Best Pay Rates Go into Effect

November 9, 2016 Admin 0

This month, approximately 30,000 ground workers at American Airlines will see their industry-leading wage rates reflected in their paychecks.  The wage increases for the TWU/IAM Association represented workers will average approximately 22 percent.  Mechanic and Related workers will surpass by three percent similarly classified workers at Delta Airlines.  Fleet Service, Stores/Material Logistic Specialists and Maintenance Training Specialists’ wages will increase one percent ahead of their peers at United Airlines.

“These industry-setting increases are the result of the Association Negotiating Committees’ hard work,” said Association Chairman Sito Pantoja and Vice Chairman Harry Lombardo. “These gains are only the beginning for our … Read More...

DL 141: Mike Klemm, PDGC, Update October 21, 2016

October 23, 2016 Admin 0

Sisters and Brothers,

As many of you know, last year the District Lodge 141 membership proposed, and the 2015 District Lodge 141 Convention delegates approved, many bylaw amendments.

Those bylaw changes were then put to the entire membership for a referendum vote in December, 2015. One of the amendments approved by the membership changed the required number of Local Lodge endorsements to run for an elected District 141 Officer position from four to 10. Despite the fact that this bylaw amendment passed overwhelmingly, the Department of Labor (DOL) has informed District Lodge 141 that the federal agency believes it violates … Read More...