Updates at the bottom.
ABC News 4 is reporting that Charleston workers have decertified the union at the local Boeing plant.
The move will up the heat in the debate about Boeing's possible construction of a 787 assembly plant in North Charleston.
We'll keep you posted on developments in this breaking story.
Until then, you can get more background on our Boeing topic page.
Update September 10:
The Post and Courier has posted a write-up about the meeting.
Update September 11:
I noted a Seattle Times brief that quoted Boeing spokesman Tim Healy as saying, "Boeing Charleston can now move forward to focus on excellence and meeting commitments on the 787 program."
But, this newer article -- also by the Seattle paper -- has some good insight into what the decertification means for hopes of a 787 assembly plant in Charleston; read it here.