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  • Carmen Division , Contracts & Union Resources , TCU October 7, 2017

    Tentative National Agreement Reached by the CBG

    A tentative National Agreement has been reached by the six Rail Unions who comprise the Coordinated Bargaining Group (CBG). These six Unions are now in the process of submitting the Tentative Agreement to the specific ratification process of each Union. This is a major development in a long and contentious bargaining round with the industry.

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  • Carmen Division , TCU June 16, 2017

    TCU/IAM Local 6069 Ratified New Agreement with Transco

    Members from TCU/IAM Local Lodge 6069 located in Oelwein, IA working at Transco shop ratified a tentative agreement on June 9, 2017.  This was 30 hours prior to an authorized strike sanction from International President, Robert Martinez and National President, Robert Scardelletti.   The original tentative agreement was voted down on April 5, 2017, by

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  • Carmen Division July 15, 2016

    Tampa and Winston Consolidation

    On June 17, 2016, TCU Carmen Division General Vice President, Donald Grissom, presented to the members at Tampa and Winston, FL, the Consolidation Agreement when CSX consolidated these 2 locations.  All active members will receive up to 5 years of protection at 100% of their TPA if continuing in service.  Any member who was furloughed will received

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  • Carmen Division July 1, 2016

    Carman with 38 Years on-the-job Retires

    Tony “Bones” Morrison started his railroad career on April 17, 1978 at the Chesapeake Ohio Heavy Repair Shop located in Raceland, KY.  Tony was elected to a Trustee position of LL 6344 in 1997.  In 1999, he was appointed to the Local Protective Committee by former Local Chairman, Woody Lane, to assist in the lodge’s

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  • Carmen Division June 10, 2016

    TCU Carmen Division Members Building Train Cars that Fight Fires in the Northwest

    In 2014 and 2015, fires that spread to roughly 300,000 acres in north-central Washington broke previously held records for that state. The blaze in 2014 destroyed several communities and caused trestle and track damage to short line Cascade & Columbia River Railroad. Other fires have led to closures of BNSF and Union Pacific main lines

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