The problematic Waikiki building is an example of the challenges facing the city in its effort to provide homes for low-income families and homeless people.
Residents can get the service at a city-subsidized rate.
The idea is being considered as part of efforts to better manage access for popular tourist destinations on Oahu.
A lawsuit filed a decade ago got the Emergency Services Department to update its payroll system, but that hasn't fixed the problem.
While city-owned land makes up a relatively small portion of Oahu, groundskeepers need to be strategically redeployed to stave off wildfires.
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Critics want officials to divert their focus to correctional reform.
The measure has stumbled over concerns about public access and traffic.
A new policy in the Honolulu Prosecutor's Office means some allegations will languish if the complainant doesn't call to follow up.
The lawsuits included a fatal police shooting case and the city's effort to seize property in Waikiki for affordable housing.