UNION LOCAL PRESIDENT RESIGNS AMID TURMOIL United Food and Commercial Workers Local 56 here has resigned amid accusations of financial improprieties at the organization. Anthony Cinaglia apparently used funds from the members' health and welfare fund to support the operations of the local, according to a spokeswoman from the national office of the UFCW. She said the union is more than $1 million in debt and is operating at a monthly deficit. The UFCW was considering last week whether to ...

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