O'Hare janitors want cleaning contract voided
January 15, 2013 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- Members of the Service Employees International Union or SEIU are calling on the city to void a contract for cleaning O'Hare Airport held by United Maintenance.
The union cites an article in the Chicago Sun-Times which reported that the head of United Maintenance sold a major stake in the business before taking over at O'Hare but did not disclose that information.
The union says that could void the contract. We contacted the city but have not received a response.
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