A different day but much the same outcome related to the Husky Lima Refinery contract talks.
The two sides met for the third time this week and after 2 and a half hours of back-and-forth Thursday they are no closer to an agreement.
Union President Mike Edelbrock says they rejected the companies proposal related to a pay cut for maintenance workers.
There is also a wide gap as it relates to holidays and vacation days.
The amount of pay is an issue if a worker wants to use a vacation day to take off a holiday.
Edelbrock says the union wants to keep their unpaid personal days, he says the company wants to eliminate personal days altogether.
He says the company is still not serious about reaching a deal, rather they removed more tents and trash cans from picketers Thursday.
Husky's only comment Thursday was they will continue to work toward a positive outcome.
The two sides have agreed to meet again this coming Tuesday the 17th.
The union is holding a support rally on Saturday at 2pm at Faurot park.
The company announced Thursday it will be doing some maintenance work at the refinery beginning Monday.
They will clean an ammonia tank which feeds the catalytic reduction units.
Temporary ammonia delivery systems are being set up so there will be no interruption in production. The refinery is expected to maintain normal operations during the work.