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HPD has handed out an unprecedented number of criminal citations in the last month.
Up to $50,000 is available to individual local businesses.
Many are being dismissed. But the court system is struggling to keep up as thousands of violators are forced to appear before a judge anyway.
The University of Hawaii’s lab is a key part of the city’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Five of the nine current council members are supporting Amemiya over former TV executive Rick Blangiardi.
The clock is ticking. The federal money has a “use it or lose it” provision.
Anderson said Wednesday he would resign from the council before his term ends to care for his grandparents. He started work for Local 630 Sept. 1.
Honolulu City Councilman Tommy Waters says the city’s priorities are backwards, pointing to money for police overtime and training, new ATVs and “paddy wagons,” among other items.
The city initially said there were no exemptions to Mayor Kirk Caldwell’s latest “solo activity” order but now says people with disabilities will be allowed to bring caregivers.