The polls open tomorrow at 2pm.
Howard Gensler, Diane Mastrull and Bill Ross will be hosting Q&A sessions at 2 p.m., 3 p.m., 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. tomorrow at the
Hotel Monaco at 433 Chestnut St. We will be in the Girard Room, straight back on the first floor of the hotel. We will field questions at each of the sessions and people are free to vote by secret ballot at the end of each session.
On Wednesday, we will be at the Cherry Hill office at 11 a.m. and at
SPP at 3 p.m. Again, we will take questions for about an hour (or as long as necessary) and people may vote by secret ballot at the end.
If you wish to vote by email, you may do so from 2 p.m. Tuesday until 6 p.m. Wednesday at
YES or NO
And your NAME
If this contract gets voted down, we are NOT on strike. We still have a contract through July 7 and we are still in our present Aetna healthcare plan through May 31. If the contract gets voted down and the Company refuses to move the Guild
into the Vicinity Fund (even though it remains the best, cheapest health care option for the money), the Company must let the Guild and its members know by April 1 what the new coverage plan will be. Company and Guild Health & Welfare Trustees will be meeting
Monday to discuss various options if the contract is voted down.
The Bargaining Committee and Executive Board of the Newspaper Guild Local 38010/CWA