WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — A committee of retired A&P workers, headed by several its former executives, is seeking official representation in the retailer's Chapter 11 proceedings. In a motion filed in U.S. Bankruptcy Court here, retirees argued that their efforts helped to save A&P in the 1970s, and they were rewarded with a supplemental retirement plan to which A&P stopped making payments in November. The retirees "are uniquely positioned to contribute to a successful reorganization ...

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