UPDATE 8/16: Herndon Will Operate Day-Labor Center

Updated 8/29
Unable to find a suitable private contractor, town officials say the center will be operated by the town government.
The news is here.

Updated 8/16
The Herndon town council voted last night to continue the operation of the day-labor center, but not to renew Project Hope and Harmony's operating contract. Now the council will renew the heretofore unsuccessful search for a new operator who will pledge to check workers' immigration status. The story is here.

Originally posted 8/15
According to this article, last night's scheduled vote by the Herndon Town Council on the fate of the town's day-labor employment center was postponed after public testimony drove the council's meeting late into the night. The vote is now set for tonight.

By Focus on Fairfax |  August 29, 2007; 2:43 PM ET  | Category:  Government , Immigration , Politics
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