CAMARILLO, Calif. — Approximately two-thirds of the members of a smaller local of United Food and Commercial Workers Union here are expected to move into the largest local in Southern California, pending votes by members of the two locals, a union spokesman told SN yesterday. If the deal is approved, Local 1036, which has been operating under a trusteeship since late 2007 following a disputed election, will be disbanded, with approximately 8,000 of its 12,000 members transferring to UFCW ...

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