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Division 42 to host Town Hall meeting on April 16

CLEVELAND, April 15 Dave W. Grimes, Local Chairman of BLET Division 42 (St. Louis, Mo.) and Vice General Chairman of the Union Pacific-Central Region General Committee of Adjustment (St. Louis Hub), has asked the BLET National Division to make the following announcement:

BLET Division 42 is hosting a Town Hall Meeting tomorrow, April 16, and all BLET Division members working in Union Pacific''''s St. Louis Hub, as well as members working for other railroads in the St. Louis area, are invited to attend. The Town Hall meeting will provide an opportunity for members to get informed, ask questions and voice concerns.

The meeting will be held at the St. Louis Union Hall, 16111 South Broadway, St. Louis, Mo., 63104. The meeting begins with lunch at noon following by the Town Hall meeting at 1 p.m.

In organizing the meeting, the officers of Division 42 invited officers from the National Division, General Committee and State Legislative Board levels to attend. Among those confirmed to attend are BLET National Division President Dennis R. Pierce and Union Pacific-Central Region General Chairman Ronnie Rhodes.

Anyone with questions should contact Brother Grimes at (573) 776-8333.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

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