Union Calls For 40-Game Pay For Camden Yards Employees Out Of Work

Lahoma Whitelow


Thursday, March 26, 2020
Dawn White, WBAL NewsRadio 1090 and FM 101.5

The union representing seven hundred hospitality personnel at Camden Yards is asking for monetary help on what would have been opening day. 

“The league will give $one million for each staff to fork out stadium personnel, but that income only goes to folks right used by the staff. Hundreds of subcontractors will not get paid out unless of course the MLB and Orioles take action,” UNITE Listed here Area seven President Roxie Herbekian reported.  

The union would like its customers to be paid out for the first 40 skipped video games of the season.  

Dawn White reviews:

Charlotte Chatel is a suite attendant at Camden Yards.  

“I experienced a kidney transplant, and I depend on my salary to get my medicine,” Chatel reported. “Unemployment is not ample. I can not stay on that. My medicine

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