How does violating the rules "save us from McCarron?" Read the article
I just posted and then answer the four questions.
(John's Note: After posting the article
this morning, I received an email message from Review Officer Dennis Walsh at 6:11 am, which he said was distributed on Thursday, April 21st to the executive committee.)
To the Executive Committee of Local 157, Gerard Gausman, and Michael Bilello:
On Tuesday, I asked the UBC to inform me of its interpretation of Section 32 of the UBC Constitution.
I was advised yesterday that if a local union president is absent at a meeting, Section 32 vests the full authority of the local union president in the president pro tem selected at said meeting and that if such president pro tem fills a vacancy such as local union vice president at said meeting, the appointee is to be regarded as the vice president until such time as an election must be held. As currently applicable to Local Union 157, Gerard Gausman is thus the vice-president of the Local until an elected vice-president is installed.
As a result, Mr. Gausman’s appointment by President Pro Tem Michael Bilello on March 21, 2011 (when Lawrence D’Errico was still the President of the Local), and service as vice-president will be immediately reviewed by my office pursuant to Paragraph 5.b of the Stipulation and Order.
Dennis M. Walsh
listman:you said..."Does this make sense to anyone, -Rules were changed to help save us from McCarron!"