|Division 769 Orlando-Wildwood|
Welcome to Division 769 !
We represent Engineers and Conductors throughout the Orlando area. Our membership
monthly meetings are held the second Wednesday of each month at 18:00, at the
Teamsters Local 385 Hall located at 126 North Kirkman Rd. Orlando, Fl. 32811. Members
are encouraged to attend. Guests wishing to visit must have clearance through the
Please reference the BLE&T Bylaws under Local Division Rules page 80 and Rules of
Order found on page 122.
BLE&T DIVISION 769 OFFICER CONTACT INFORMATION
President & Legislative Representative
Brendan P. Sullivan
Cell (386) 956-0124
Vice Local Chairman
Benjamin L. Tanner
Cell (407) 466-8678
Secretary Treasurer & VLC
Gerry J. Nocentino Jr.
Cell (407) 620-9929
Critical Incident Coordinator
Brendan P. Sullivan (386) 576-6699
Gerry J. Nocentino (407) 620-9929
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers & Trainman Division 769
Safety Contact Div. Legislative Rep. Brendan Sullivan
Take Action! THE RISK IF YOU DO NOT. Then Legislators Will Only Hear From Those
Who Care Nothing About Working Families.
1. Contact Local County and City Government and Make Your Voice Heard:
Infrastructure, Transportation, Amtrak , Two Federally Certified Employees
in the Locomotive Cab/Engineer and Conductor.
Use the Links Below and Visit the Home Page Government and Political Action Tab for: Two Person Crew, Right to Work, Amtrak!
Other Points: Tell Government Officials The Importance of Railroad Retirement Which Costs Our Government Nothing. Safety Regulations Protecting Railroad Workers,
Well Funded Public Schools, not money pouring into for Porfit Charters. Public Safety & Infrastructure Investments are extremely Important to Orlando and the Surrounding Area.
Orlando City Council
County by County Guide/Look up Local County Commissioners
Contact The Governor
List of Florida City Mayors
The carrier has 8 pay periods to pay or deny your claim. This time starts at the date
that you submitted it.
The local chairman has 90 days to submit an appeal to labor relations, time beginning
at the date of the denial
Labor relations then has 90 days to respond to the local chairman from the date of the
local chairman's appeal.