TRACY, Calif. -- Members of Teamsters Local 439, Stockton, Calif., could be returning to work today at the warehouse here that serves 245 Safeway stores in northern California, Nevada and Hawaii, pending the results of a vote scheduled for last Friday. The workers had been on strike for six weeks at the distribution center owned and operated by Summit Logistics here. Teamsters and Summit management reportedly reached agreement following a marathon negotiating session that began Wednesday ...

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