(Nick Gardiner – Recorder & Times)
Talk of a potential strike of St. Lawrence Seaway employees has management at the Port of Johnstown considering different ways of doing business.
General manager Robert Dalley said a strike that could occur as early as Friday would throw expected shipments in and out of the facility into disarray and force critical material to be transported by rail.
“We're looking at backup plans and other choices. As it gets closer, we have to think about that,” said Dalley. Read more here.
Related: Canadian Seaway Officials 'Optimistic' Strike Can Be Averted (WNYF-Fox)