Newsday: Union rejects contract proposal from bus company

The union says they plan to put the matter to a vote of its entire membership.

The union says they plan to put the matter to a vote of its entire membership.

The union says they plan to put the matter to a vote of its entire membership. (9/21/15)

WOODBURY - News 12 Long Island has learned that a possible school bus strike could now be imminent.

According to Newsday, union leaders have unanimously rejected a contract proposal from the bus company. 

The union says it plans to put the matter to a vote of its entire membership.

However, the union is calling for more talks with a federal mediator.

There's been no reaction from the bus company Baumann and Sons.

A strike could affect thousands of school kids across the Island.  

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