Locked-out union workers voice their mixed feelingsEast Grand Forks (WDAY TV) -- 300 union workers from the East Grand Forks voiced their opinion.
By: WDAY Staff Reports, WDAY
East Grand Forks (WDAY TV) -- 300 union workers from the East Grand Forks voiced their opinion.
Members say they've spent many sleepless nights the past weeks -- wondering what would happen today. But, they say locked-out workers in the Northern Red River Valley have mixed feelings on the ballot vote.
Some hope the vote ends the 11-month lock out. Others stand firm, saying they don't agree with the contract American Crystal has laid out on the table.
David Wasylow, a locked out worker, says, "They're putting how they feel on the ballot and whether they want to accept or reject and it's a secret ballot so we won't know until we count the votes."
Union Executives in Grand Forks are counting the votes right now, and we'll have more on this story tonight at 10.