RIVERSIDE (CNS) - Nearly 100 workers laid off from their jobs maintaining cafeterias and dormitories at UC Riverside may be brought back when the fall term begins, depending on demand, a university spokesman said today. ``The reason for the layoffs is that summer activities for housing and dining were canceled, and so there were no activities to support,'' UCR Director of Information Services John Warren told City News Service. According to Warren, 94 housekeepers, custodians, food service providers and other hospitality workers were taken off the payroll, but the university had planned to let go as many as 174 employees. After further evaluation, the larger layoff action was temporarily tabled, Warren said. ``The university hopes to bring back some or all of these positions for the fal
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