Possible LIRR strike could be delayed

According to Newsday, the unions are willing to

According to Newsday, the unions are willing to delay a strike until after Labor Day. (May 29, 2014 6:15 PM)

A possible strike of Long Island Rail Road workers could be delayed until September.

The unions say they are willing to delay a strike until after Labor Day. The move would avoid hurting the summer tourist season and would give the two sides more time to reach an agreement.

UTU Union General Chairman Anthony Simon proposed the 60-day delay earlier this week, but says he is still waiting...

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