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A council meeting improperly included a last-minute resolution about the use of Honolulu police resources during the Mauna Kea protests.
The Honolulu City Council will consider a bill lifting Oahu’s minimum parking requirements — and let developers decide how much parking their buildings need.
But there is much to be done to ensure the planning and permitting process remains satisfactory to all stakeholders.
A military veteran and community leader wants to represent the West Oahu district she has called home for over 20 years.
The playground’s advocates and Mayor Kirk Caldwell had been adamant that the playground should be at Ala Moana. Now they’re changing course to build it at Kakaako Gateway Park.
Ethics guidelines advise government agencies against accepting free food if the company has business before the city.
Ikaika Anderson is set to finish his third and last council term next year, and Alan Kekoa Texeira hopes to succeed him.
Donors linked to the non-profit group promoting the project have been large campaign contributors to the mayor and many council members.
Let’s have a serious discussion about levying “green fees” and “eco-taxes” on tourists to preserve the place we all love.
The measure has been forcefully opposed by non-union contractors.
Two council members who previously supported the funding voted no.