Pilots, Piedmont reach agreementPiedmont Airlines and its...

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March 29, 1994

Pilots, Piedmont reach agreement

Piedmont Airlines and its pilots reached a tentative agreement yesterday on a contract for the airline's 390 pilots, averting a threatened strike that could have disrupted commuter service between hubs and smaller airports.

The tentative agreement ended months of negotiations, but both sides declined to discuss details until the pact is presented to the pilots for a vote.

Piedmont Airlines is owned by USAir Group and is one of 10 regional airlines providing USAir Express service. It offers 28 daily commuter flights at Baltimore-Washington International Airport.

Auctions reset at North Park

The lenders to North Park Business Community in Hunt Valley have put three office buildings up for auction April 7, marking the second time that the 290,000-square-foot complex has been advertised for auction.

Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of New York is foreclosing on the project. The auction was delayed in February as Teachers tried to work out alternate arrangements.

The project, at York and Shawan roads, has been hurt in recent years by the loss of Black & Decker Corp. and AT&T as tenants. But North Park attracted one of Baltimore County's biggest leases last year when KCI Technologies agreed to lease 50,000-plus square feet of space.

The three buildings in the complex will be auctioned separately by Atlantic Auctions Inc.

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