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    Default Bigger Problems for Oak Harbor

    Read the article and then listen to the Press Confrence call on the bottom
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    Getting In The Groove Now.

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    Thanks for the info Foster. Not sure what happens now. Hopefully, Dave & Ed will come to their senses and negotiate a contract!!

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    heard today that lay offs are starting at ohfl. Maybe they are not as strong as they are telling the customers? Also a news articles in the Oregonian says that they had to evacuate Clackamas College because of a chemical spill brought to their dock by an Oak Harbor Truck. A couple of people had to be treated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kgee View Post
    heard today that lay offs are starting at ohfl. Maybe they are not as strong as they are telling the customers? Also a news articles in the Oregonian says that they had to evacuate Clackamas College because of a chemical spill brought to their dock by an Oak Harbor Truck. A couple of people had to be treated.
    Here it is..

    UPDATE: Clackamas Community College reopens after chemical spill
    by Rick Bella, The Oregonian Wednesday December 03, 2008, 3:19 PM

    Steve McAdoo/Clackamas Fire Dist. 1
    Emergency workers quickly contained a chemical spill Wednesday at Clackamas Community College in Oregon City.OREGON CITY -- A chemical that leaked form a delivery truck and triggered evacuations at Clackamas Community College campus this morning turned out to be a caustic soap used to break down wood pulp.

    No one was injured in the incident. Three people who came into contact with the soap went through decontamination.


    "It was a nasty chemical," said Steve McAdoo, spokesman for Clackamas Fire District 1. "It definitely would irritate your skin."

    About 130 to 150 gallons of the soap leaked from the trailer of a tractor-trailer rig that was making deliveries on campus. The driver spotted the leak and alerted authorities at 9:21 a.m., triggering evacuations of about two dozen people from the Lewelling Building, the Environmental Learning Center and the college maintenance shops.

    Crews from Fire District 1 and the regional hazardous-materials team from Gresham contained the spill and recovered as much of the soap as possible. Buildings reopened by 12:30 p.m.

    McAdoo said the tractor-trailer rig, from Oak Harbor Freight Lines, was hauling a mixed load on a route of deliveries. The caustic soap was bound for the West Linn Paper Co

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    Lay Offs a beautiful sound to my ears. Almost as good as Chapter 11 Chapter 13 Bankrupt.... And the best of all, Sorry Scab Driver we have to let you go. Or Sorry Sales staff we got to lay you off. Or better Sorry terminal Manager We have to close your terminal. WAKE UP DAVE AND ED WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH YOU!

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    Default Re: Bigger Problems for Oak Harbor

    Quote Originally Posted by Fullonteamster View Post
    Lay Offs a beautiful sound to my ears. Almost as good as Chapter 11 Chapter 13 Bankrupt.... And the best of all, Sorry Scab Driver we have to let you go. Or Sorry Sales staff we got to lay you off. Or better Sorry terminal Manager We have to close your terminal. WAKE UP DAVE AND ED WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH YOU!
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