After a month, no resolution in sight to strike at 5 Hawaii hotels

Local 5 and Kyo-ya are still negotiating.

After a month, no resolution in sight to strike at 5 Hawaii hotels
Striking hotel workers say they're prepared to walk the picket lines for as long as it takes to get what they consider a fair contract. (BCEDIT)

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - A little more than a month has passed since 2,700 Hawaii hotel workers took to the picket lines as part of a strike at five hotels in Waikiki and on Maui.

Local 5 and Kyo-ya are are still negotiating and have been unable to reach an agreement, unlike sister hotel workers in California who have reached a deal.

And so strikers continue to march the streets with signs and noise makers.

Local 5 met with members of the Christian church Thursday at the Princess Kaiulani Hotel. They blessed and shared food, which was donated by local bakeries and restaurants.

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