Seattle: Striking Garbage Workers Back to Work

April 23, 2010: Striking garbage workers in King and Snohomish counties said Thursday afternoon they'd return to their jobs at midnight to prevent a "public health crisis."

Union representatives said in a statement they expect 700 sanitation workers to resume normal operations Friday morning to catch up on the backlog created by the walkout, which began Wednesday.

Click here to read the full article in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer.


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