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NEW:     Delegate List 2014 to Grapevine TX

Neither snow, nor rain, nor heat stays mail carriers, part time or not-Jeanette Dwyer, Alexandria – “RCAs are not expendable.”


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The House Appropriations Committee passed the Serrano-Latham amendment protecting six-day mail delivery




4629 Ballots for Election of Delegates to The 2014 National Convention in Grapevine, Texas were mailed out. 


ONLY 689 MEMBERS even cared enough to VOTE!

Where the heck were the rest of you? Stamps too expensive?

We hope you exercised your right as a member of the NCRLCA

Believe it or not, It DOES Matter!

Your vote decides who represents you in all National Convention business…

Delegate List 2014 to Grapevine TX


National President, Jeanette Dwyer’s husband Larry had quadruple by-pass  surgery on Tuesday May 13th. 
Please keep Larry, Jeanette and their family in your prayers…
The latest report from Jeanette:“Larry is doing great! Thank you all so much for your thoughts and prayers.”
Send cards to:      Larry Dwyer
                              c/o NRLCA
                              1630 Duke Street
                              Alexandria, VA 22314-3467



The Bureau of Labor Statistics released the May 2014 CPI-W Private Transportation Index this morning. Based on this release, the Equipment Maintenance Allowance for rural carriers will increase by 3.0¢ to 75.0¢ per mile.
This EMA rate will be effective July 12, 2014 (Pay Period 16).


“The Administration’s Postal Reform Act of 2014”

House Democrats Won’t Get on Board With Republican, White House-Backed Postal Bill


The 2014 State Convention

is History.

What is your reason for not attending? Is your time more valuable than your job?
  • Greensboro District Manager(A), Ronald White and Mid-Carolinas Priority Coordinator, Craig Kenlaw addressed the Convention on Monday June 23rd.  Thanks Ronnie and Craig!

  • APCU Diane Yost brought Greetings from Atlanta Postal Credit Union. Thanks Diane and Jill Wilcox!
  • Retirement Seminar by: retired GSO Personnel Manager, Roseanne Jefferson on Monday at 6:30 pm (We had a large turnout and Roseanne gave a lot of pertinent information) Thanks Roseanne!
  • RCHBP Ali Sherrill shared information from Coventry Health Care. Thanks Ali!
  • NRLCA Executive Committeeman, Dennis Conley Addressed the Convention on Tuesday.  He shared lots of current information from the National Office.   Thanks Dennis!
  • PAC BBQ & Auction  was held on Tuesday evening. Thanks all who: attended, brought items and bought items!  $$$  Thanks,  Lonnie Thigpen

The NCRLCA Board would like to thank: The Host Guilford District 30, all who had a part in the sucess of the Convention and especially all who attended. 

See you in Wilmington in 2015


Relief Day Work List
The  new list  will  become effective  and begin  to be utilized  beginning May 3, 2014.
“Members of Congress on both sides of the aisle have expressed support for the protection of six-day mail delivery. The NRLCA and its members urge President Obama and his administration to support the U.S. Postal Service and abandon its insistence on slashing and eliminating service.”
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Are YOU a Rural Craft Employee and a Non-Member?   You need to join for the benefits that the NRLCA has bargained for on YOUR behalf. Do your part…

Go to the “Membership Application” page and fill out the application,

print it, sign and date it and mail it to:

Ronald Lineberger
NCRLCA Sec/Treas
3668 Startown Rd
Maiden, NC 28650-8722


Fax: 704-735-9094


If you choose not to be a member, print this card and carry it at all times:













How to apply for a USPS Rural Relief Carrier Employee position

NOTE: Rural Carrier Associates are hired to relieve Regular Rural Carriers.

Click USPS.com  Select State ONLY and then click Start.  All positions available will be displayed for that state. 

Check back at least once a week, as some postings will only be open for a limited amount of time.  

You MUST apply while the position is open.


“Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds.”

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