Letâ€™s hope the monthlong Boeing Machinists union strike is close to resolution. Both sides this week tentatively agreed to a contract that, if approved Thursday by union rank and file, will get the planemaker back to work at a crucial time for the local economy and the aviation industry.
A work resumption would also be good news for the 7,500 local workers at Spirit AeroSystems who depend for their livelihoods on Boeing orders.
Posted by Randy Scholfield
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