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October 5, 2001 | DAN WEIKEL and SCOTT MARTELLE, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
A 4-day-old walkout that disrupted trash service for much of Orange County began to collapse Thursday as union leaders and officials of one refuse company agreed to let striking workers reconsider a contract offer they'd rejected a week ago. Workers at another waste hauling firm also were poised to vote again on the original contract.
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October 6, 2001 | DAN WEIKEL JENNIFER MENA and SCOTT MARTELLE, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Striking Orange County trash haulers, unable to improve on the contract they rejected a week earlier, ended a 5-day walkout Friday that had disrupted garbage pickup in about 25 cities as well as in unincorporated areas. The county's first major trash strike in 20 years had difficulty winning critical support from the public, distracted by the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and a faltering economy.
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October 6, 2001 | DAN WEIKEL JENNIFER MENA and SCOTT MARTELLE, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Striking Orange County trash haulers, unable to improve on the contract they rejected a week earlier, ended a 5-day walkout Friday that had disrupted garbage pickup in about 25 cities as well as in unincorporated areas. The county's first major trash strike in 20 years had difficulty winning critical support from the public, distracted by the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and a faltering economy.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 6, 2001 | DAN WEIKEL and JENNIFER MENA, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Striking Orange County trash haulers, unable to improve on the contract they rejected a week earlier, ended a five-day walkout Friday that had disrupted garbage pickup in about 25 cities as well as unincorporated areas. The collapse of the county's first major trash strike in 20 years occurred as the public was distracted by the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and a faltering national economy, which strikers said made it difficult to gain critical support.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 6, 2001 | DAN WEIKEL and JENNIFER MENA, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Striking Orange County trash haulers, unable to improve on the contract they rejected a week earlier, ended a five-day walkout Friday that had disrupted garbage pickup in about 25 cities as well as unincorporated areas. The collapse of the county's first major trash strike in 20 years occurred as the public was distracted by the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and a faltering national economy, which strikers said made it difficult to gain critical support.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 5, 2001 | DAN WEIKEL and SCOTT MARTELLE, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
A 4-day-old walkout that disrupted trash service for much of Orange County began to collapse Thursday as union leaders and officials of one refuse company agreed to let striking workers reconsider a contract offer they'd rejected a week ago. Workers at another waste hauling firm also were poised to vote again on the original contract.
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