Youngstown Air Reserve employees return to work

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) — Although the Federal Government remains shut down, employees at the Youngstown Air Reserve Station are being called back to work.

Workers returned to work Monday morning at the air reserve station in Vienna.

Major Brent Davis of the 910th Airlift Wing said on Sunday that some 400 civilian employees should report for duty at their normal hours beginning Monday morning.

The workers were furloughed last week, due to the government shutdown.

The Department of Defense Secretary announced Saturday civilian workers will be brought back starting this week.

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