Milwaukee Business Journal: Waste Management Presents 'Last, Best and Final' Offer

September 11, 2008: Waste Management Inc. has issued what it called a "last, best and final offer" on a new five-year contract with Teamsters Local 200, the members of which have been on strike for two weeks.

The company presented the plan to the union's bargaining committee following six hours of negotiations Wednesday, according to a statement from the union's secretary-treasurer Tom Millonzi. Millonzi said such moves indicate that the company is "closing any further negotiations and refusing to entertain any counteroffer from the union."

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