Striking workers at the G. Heileman Brewing Co. are scheduled to vote tomorrow on a contract proposal that could end a three-week walkout at the plant on Hollins Ferry Road.
James Glass, secretary-treasurer of Teamsters Local 1010, which represents the 300 striking workers, said the company has met the workers' wage demands and has withdrawn conditions the workers found unacceptable.
The workers, who were being paid about $13.30 an hour, went on strike July 1 after rejecting the company's contract proposal. It provided for an increase of 50 cents an hour over three years. The workers, arguing that they were being paid less than those at G. Heileman plants elsewhere, wanted a wage increase of 70 cents an hour.