Pipeline workers: Company owes us

Work stopped on project late last month; some owed thousands

Yunni Perez says he doesn’t know how he’s going to get his wife and two children home to Guatamala after the companies he was working for building a pipeline in Garfield County laid off 150 workers without paying them for their past three weeks of work. About a dozen former employees of Energy Transfer Company and U.S. Central Pipeline protested Tuesday in front of the Mesa County Courthouse and the Grand Junction City Hall.



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Yunni Perez says he doesn’t know how he’s going to get his wife and two children home to Guatamala after the companies he was working for building a pipeline in Garfield County laid off 150 workers without paying them for their past three weeks of work. About a dozen former employees of Energy Transfer Company and U.S. Central Pipeline protested Tuesday in front of the Mesa County Courthouse and the Grand Junction City Hall.

About a dozen former employees of Energy Transfer Company and U.S. Central Pipeline protested Tuesday in front of the Mesa County Courthouse and Grand Junction City Hall, between Fifth and…




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