Governor Rick Snyder a solution still has not been reached in the road building dispute between union members and contractors.
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- Here are the metro Detroit road projects affected by the Local 324 lockout
- Several metro Detroit road construction projects at a dead stop, no resolution expected soon
The governor said he sat down with both Operating Engineers 324 and MITA with the goal of reaching a short term or long term solution, or at the very least a short-term solution and then have discussions going on.
"We weren't able to get a short or long-term solution, it was clear the parties were not in agreement," Snyder said.
The governor said both parties did talk about staying in touch and following up later this week and asked them to reflect on their positions.
"I'm not happy, this is not a good situation," Snyder said.