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With some owners reporting a sharp decline in customers, the Honolulu City Council has set aside $2 million for property tax relief for struggling businesses.
All Nippon Airways wants to fly the world’s largest aircraft to Honolulu, and the state transportation department is on board.
In addition to building his own 6,000-square-foot-home, the developer says he eventually plans to build several more houses there.
Update June 28, 2017: The Hawaii Department of Transportation released a statement on Earthjustice’s intent to sue notice. In a 60-day notice to the transportation department, they claim endangered seabirds are harmed on Maui, Lanai and Kauai.
Students report better health and grades since Kaimuki High School switched its opening bell from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m.
Even at the route’s western edge, where residents face daunting traffic congestion to get downtown, the transit project’s support is spotty.
The birth rates are a reflection of the state’s diverse population as a whole.
Mayor Caldwell: Someday the controversy over funding the project will be forgotten and people will “just be grateful it was done.”
More than 200 people have been taken into custody since 2015 in a state wilderness park on Kauai.
The Board of Water Supply wants to tear down the “Stairway to Heaven,” which has been officially closed to the public since 1987.
That would put Mayor Kirk Caldwell at $173,000 and the new police chief would receive $191,000.