Talks continue today over looming LIRR strike

If the two sides can't agree on raises and work rules, workers could strike July 20.

If the two sides can't agree on raises

If the two sides can't agree on raises and work rules, workers could strike July 20.

WOODBURY - Face-to-face talks will resume today to try to put an end to a looming Long Island Rail Road strike.     

The railroad and the unions will meet for the first time in almost two months, according to Newsday.
 
If the two sides can't agree on raises and work rules, workers could strike July 20.

So far the MTA has not accepted the unions' offer to extend the strike deadline until after Labor Day. 

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