The Dominion lockout of their union employees is coming to an end after seven days, at least for now.

"I'm proud of our membership and just glad that this part of the process is over and we can put this part behind us and get back to reaching a deal that both the company and union can live with," said Jason Boyce, the Vice President of UGWU Local 69.

"Bargaining unit members are scheduled to return to work on their regular shifts beginning Saturday morning," said Frank Mack, spokesperson for Dominion Transmission.

Negotiations are scheduled to begin in October toward reaching a labor contract.

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