MODESTO, Calif. — Members of United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 5 who work at Save Mart Supermarkets here and its Lucky Stores subsidiary are voting this week on the same contract offer they rejected last month by 64%. If the offer is accepted by 34% or more, the new agreement will take effect, Ron Lind, president of Local 5, said in a recorded message to members; if it is rejected by 67% or more, the union will call a strike within 72 hours, he added. Two Northern ...

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