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Saturday, April 27, 2013
Probably a very good idea. Love or Hate Ron Heintzman he was integral to obtaining the previous contracts and from what I have heard is very good at this particular function. ATU is indeed in for some big fights ahead, no reason to not bring in everybody that has experience. I would hope that ATU International president Hanley will play a role in this negotiation. The tsunami that is overwhelming unions worldwide is against ATU757. By all appearances Trimet is playing hard ball and it doesn't look like they are willing to compromise. The big question is, how much are they paying Heintznman? Anybody have any ideas?