UNION BRIDGE — Union and company representatives will meet May 21 to discuss when Lehigh Portland Cement Co. workers will vote on which union will represent them.
The two sides will meet with officials from the National Labor Relations Board in Baltimore, said James E. Harris, the unionrepresentative at the plant here.
Representatives from Lehigh's plant in York, Pa., which has 49 employees, also will be at the meeting, Harris said.
Five years ago,Lehigh workers became dissatisfied with the International Brotherhood of Boilermakers. They now want to join the United Paperworkers International, he said.