By MARY PEMBERTON
A local union leader declared temporary victory Thursday for workers in a federal administrative judge’s ruling in a fight at the Sheraton Anchorage, but said the boycott of the hotel is not over.
“We will continue to fight,” said Marvin Jones, president of Unite Here Local 878. “We feel we will be victorious when this is over.”
The labor dispute with Remington Lodging & Hospitality, the operator of the Sheraton Anchorage, has gone on for over two years, the union said. The latest ruling came Aug. 25 in a decision from Administrative Law Judge Gregory Z. Meyerson in Washington, D.C.