Maryland Sanitation Workers Reach Agreements to End Strikes

October 30, 2013

Workers at two Montgomery County, Md., sanitation companies are back on the job this morning after two-week strikes. About 50 workers, members of the Laborers (LIUNA) at Potomac Disposal, voted Tuesday to approve a three-year agreement that includes pay raises, an additional holiday and sick and vacation days.

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