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The city says it needs the state to expand mental and behavioral health services for the homeless population for more spending to do any good.
When it comes to public bathrooms, Honolulu is doing the opposite of what the CDC advises.
UPDATED: Maui is taking similar steps and Gov. David Ige says some sort of statewide action is in the works as state lawmakers put pressure on the administration to do more.
Maintenance fees more than doubled in the last five years at the Waikiki Marina tower as the board has struggled with how to cover major repairs, especially a faulty elevator.
Meanwhile, Gov. David Ige extended an islands-wide state of emergency through mid-May.
The mayor wants the power to tap into rainy day funds to respond to the coronavirus.
Property owners who don’t pay could lose their homes to foreclosure, the city’s budget director says.
A council meeting improperly included a last-minute resolution about the use of Honolulu police resources during the Mauna Kea protests.
The city decided to make the forms more easily available following a Civil Beat report earlier this week.
Taxpayers will have to start paying for rail operations, the mayor said. Whether it will start running this year or not is unclear.
The records are now only available for inspection at Honolulu Hale and officials are charging for copies — even if that’s just taking photos with your phone.