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TRANSPORT WORKERS UNION TO HOLD PRESS CONFERENCE ON ROADBLOCKS TO SETTLEMENT OF SEPTA CONTRACT THAT EXPIRES IN 2-1/2 WEEKS

 TRANSPORT WORKERS UNION TO HOLD PRESS CONFERENCE ON ROADBLOCKS
 TO SETTLEMENT OF SEPTA CONTRACT THAT EXPIRES IN 2-1/2 WEEKS
 The Transport Workers Union (TWU) will address the media Tuesday, Feb. 25, at 1:30 p.m., at the Holiday Inn at 4th and Arch streets, Philadelphia, on roadblocks to a settlement of the SEPTA contract that expires midnight March 14.
 SEPTA and TWU negotiators moved negotiations into the Holiday Inn on Feb. 16. The contract covers 5,200 drivers and mechanics on SEPTA's City Transit Division.
 TWU President Harry Lombardo said, "There is more reason to be pessimistic this time than either of the last two contracts, including the one in 1986 which resulted in a four-day strike."
 CONTACT: Harry Lombardo, president of TWU, 215-923-8660, ext. 835.
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