The worker's union arrived at the negotiating tables with a new proposal this morning as the GET Bus strike enters a fourth day.
A union official would not disclose the details of the offer, but did say it was delivered to management.
Though, Gina Hayden, a spokesperson for GET Bus said that the offer was returned.
Management asked that the union take the proposal to its workers and get approval before they presented it to the GET board of directors.
There hasn't been any proposals since the drivers walked off the job early Tuesday morning.
The board members are currently in a training session outside the district.
Hayden said she won't call them back until the union's proposal has been accepted by its workers.
Tomorrow's scheduled meeting has been called off.
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