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Drivers Returning to WTC site, but Strike Goes On

Drivers Returning to WTC site, but Strike Goes On

Jul 11, 2008
By By: Associated Press | Associated Press

A New York City concrete maker says its striking cement truck drivers will go back to work at the World Trade Center site.

A 10-day strike by hundreds of other union drivers continues. But Quadrozzi Concrete Corp. says it worked out a separate agreement Thursday with some members of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Local 282. The agreement means concrete work will resume Friday at the trade center site and other construction projects handled by Quadrozzi.

Talks are continuing between Local 282 and the Association of New York City Concrete Producers. The union says it has no comment on the separate agreement.

The concrete producers association’s phone has been ringing unanswered.

 

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