WYOMING, Mich. (AP) -- Union workers at a former west Michigan Delphi Corp. plant now owned by General Motors Co. won't vote as scheduled on a contract they previously rejected.
United Auto Workers Local 167 members at the plant in Wyoming near Grand Rapids said the vote on an interim contract planned for Thursday and Friday has been postponed. There were some changes to the contract workers rejected last week by a nearly 2-1 margin.
The Grand Rapids Press reports a cost-of-living raise written into the workers' existing contract is being restored. GM had been seeking to drop that since buying the plant and three others from the auto parts supplier spun off from GM in 1999. Delphi emerged from bankruptcy in October.
The Wyoming plant is the first of the four to vote on a contract.