It looks like they have decided your overall character doesn't warrant an OTH, and also I suspect they are doing this because it is easier -- at this point it's a paper drill for them.
"Characterization of service normally will be Under Other Than Honorable Conditions, but characterization as General (under honorable conditions) may be warranted under the guidelines in chapter 2, section II."
There will be no
You have the opportunity to talk with a military lawyer about this. You can call the Trial Defense Service Office at either Fort Dix or Fort Drum
Your basic "rights" at this point are to talk with an attorney and to submit written matters as to why you should not be discharged. Usually those matters include witness statements and documents showing that you couldn't drill for medical reasons, or your employer interferred with you going; AND that the unit refused to allow a makeup or an AA for bad motives. Basically this is your chance to state the reasons you should not be discharged. Sometimes it's possible to visit/call the commander and ask him/her to change their mind. But that can be hard to do. He/she would need an extremely good reason why they should give you a second chance.
Once the action is complete you will receive a discharge letter. You will likely receive an reenlistment code - 4 (RE4) which means you can't reenlist in any service without a waiver. Waivers are hard to get these days because recruiting is going well because of the economy.
The TDS at Fort Dix is a reserve unit and I don't see it listed on the Garrison web, but it's possible someone is drilling this weekend even though it's a long weekend for the military.
Sorry, but I hope this helps to get you on track.