MILWAUKEE (WRN) - Milwaukee’s Harley-Davidson will not be moving its main motorcycle assembly plant. Union employees in York Pennsylvania ratified a 7 year contract Wednesday – even though about half of them will be losing their jobs. About 1,700 union workers okayed the deal by an 8 to 1 margin. Had they said no, Harley said it might have built a new plant in Shelbyville Kentucky and move the York production there. Now, about half of the 1,900 employees in York will keep working – and the rest will get severance pay and $10,000 buyouts.
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