CCTA postpones contract comments

November 18, 2010: The Chittenden County Transportation Authority board postponed until Dec. 1 a public airing of issues in its contract negotiations with bus drivers and mechanics.

About 20 people crowded a meeting room at CCTA on Wednesday evening, ready to tell the board they want those negotiations to continue and do not want the contract disagreements referred to a fact-finder.

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