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King Soopers workers comply with new order given by judge

DENVER (KDVR) – The King Soopers strike continued into Wednesday night after a judge issued a temporary restraining order against the union Tuesday afternoon. The filing addresses inappropriate behavior committed by union members. The time picker must follow a new set of rules.

Rebecca Wright, a union member who is on strike at Chestnut Place, said: “It’s been a bit tough, but we’re still kicking. “We were prepared for that, but it is disappointing that they will go this far.”

Wednesday was a tough day for the strikers due to frigid temperatures, icy sidewalks and now order given by the judge. FOX31 has registered with multiple store locations and selectors have followed the updated guidelines.

Wright is among thousands of others adjusting to the ruling.

“We had to move out of the garage completely so no one could park there,” says Wright. “These overhangs, on the sides, are part of their property, so we couldn’t have anyone shelter from the snow or rain, so we all had to come out here taking pictures in the cold.” .”

Store-to-store members don hoods, gloves, and boots on the ground, keeping their commitment to their cause in the cold.

King Soopers filed a temporary restraining order against the union claiming the scavengers blocked traffic, refused to move because they entered guests and shouted obscenities.
Morgan Begalle said he was stunned when he walked into King Soopers on Sunday to use the ATM.

“It was more like shouting than talking. It has been voiced. One of them has a megaphone,” says Begalle. “Once she was about four or five feet away from me and was screaming, ‘Oh, you need to go to this store, not here – yes, I’m going in to pull out a few bucks and buy some beer.”

After the judge’s order was issued, the union issued do’s and don’ts of the picky line. Garbage pickers cannot gather in groups of more than 10 people on store premises and may not be affected during outdoor sales, among other things.

Karen Anderson defied the cold all day Wednesday and says some bad apples are spoiling their cause.

“It’s unfortunate because some people screwed it up for the rest of us who are actually here for the right reasons,” Anderson said. “It’s not like that in every store. We’re out there for good reasons. ”

As of Wednesday night, no contractual agreement has been reached between King Soopers and the union.

https://kdvr.com/news/local/king-soopers-workers-complying-with-new-order-handed-down-by-judge/ King Soopers workers comply with new order given by judge

Tom Vazquez

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