UNITED FOOD AND COMMERCIAL WORKERS UNION, LOCAL 7, Denver, said here last week its members had overwhelmingly approved a five-year contract with Denver-area stores operated by Safeway, Pleasanton, Calif. Negotiations between Safeway and the union had broken off in late June and weren't resumed until the arrival of Jim Mahan, a commissioner with the Federal Mediation and Reconciliation Service, Washington. In a 14-hour bargaining session July 7, two days before union members were scheduled to ...
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