Noelle Fujii

Hawaii By The Numbers Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Hawaii By The Numbers

Here are a few statistical tidbits about the islands gleaned from the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2015 American Community Survey.

Union Joins Effort To Let More People See School Board Meetings Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Union Joins Effort To Let More People See School Board Meetings

Volunteers have been recording the meetings and making them available online. Now they’ll have help.

Board Of Education OKs A Strategic Plan That Leaves Details To Schools Noelle Fujii/Civil Beat

Board Of Education OKs A Strategic Plan That Leaves Details To Schools

Its emphasis on empowering students, professional development and innovation seems to align with the governor’s task force plan.

Principals Push For A Louder Voice In Public Education Reform Efforts Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Principals Push For A Louder Voice In Public Education Reform Efforts

The state school board plans to discuss education reform Tuesday, but principals have held their own talks.

City Gets Authority To Condemn Private Kakaako Streets Noelle Fujii/Civil Beat

City Gets Authority To Condemn Private Kakaako Streets

The City Council approves a resolution that provides an option for clearing obstructed roadways.

Council Approves $150K To Pay Lawyers For Police Chief Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Council Approves $150K To Pay Lawyers For Police Chief

Because Kealoha is suing the city for investigating him, city attorneys can’t represent the chief in other cases.

Angela Kaaihue Removed From City Council Meeting After Disruptions kaaihue4congress.com

Angela Kaaihue Removed From City Council Meeting After Disruptions

She said renaming an aquatic center after the late Mark Takai was a “disgrace,” and suggested naming it for Donald Trump instead.

Services For The Needy Generate Hope, Complaints In Chinatown Natanya Freidheim/Civil Beat

Services For The Needy Generate Hope, Complaints In Chinatown

Can the area pull off the balancing act of helping the homeless while still allowing businesses to thrive?

Councilwoman Wants To Stop Manoa Flooding Before It Returns Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Councilwoman Wants To Stop Manoa Flooding Before It Returns

Honolulu Councilwoman Ann Kobayashi hopes better cooperation among property owners will help alleviate a pricey problem.