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THREE RIVERS AREA LABOR MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE ISSUES POSITION STATEMENT ON PORT AUTHORITY OF ALLEGHENY COUNTY, TRANSIT WORKER LOCAL 85 TALKS

THREE RIVERS AREA LABOR MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE ISSUES POSITION STATEMENT ON PORT AUTHORITY OF ALLEGHENY COUNTY, TRANSIT WORKER LOCAL 85 TALKS
 PITTSBURGH, March 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Three Rivers Area Labor Management Committee today issued the following position statement, which was signed by Paul Stackhouse Sr., labor co-chair; Frank J. Schneider, management co-chair; and Michael C. Herman, executive director.
 "Port Authority of Allegheny County and Transit Worker Local 85 are two parties who are important and active members of the Three Rivers Area Labor Management Committee. Both parties have a great deal of mutual respect for each other and have actively supported labor/management cooperative efforts. Our committee fully supports the effort of Commissioner Tom Foerster to resolve this matter which is of critical importance to the public. Accordingly, we urge our two respected members to continue to talk in an effort to resolve their difference over the 'true cost' of the settlement and reach an agreement which is satisfactory to both parties."
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 /CONTACT: Michael C. Herman, executive director of Three Rivers Area Labor Management Committee, 412-431-8511/ CO: Three Rivers Area Labor Management Committee; Port Authority of
 Allegheny County; Transit Worker Local 85 ST: Pennsylvania IN: SU: CON


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