WESTBURY, N.Y. -- Police were summoned here last week to cool off rising tensions between union employees and nonunion summer help at the King Kullen Grocery Co. warehouse. While there were no arrests, one summer relief worker was fired after allegedly harassing a union employee, the company said. The nonunion workers, termed summer relief workers, have been used in past years and do not violate the terms of King Kullen's contract with Teamsters Local 282, the company said. But a spokesman ...

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