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Honolulu City Council Approves Every Gift Offered in 2011

Honolulu City Council Approves Every Gift Offered in 2011

From Tasers to park benches, Honolulu hauls in $450,000 in gifts in five months.
Rod Tam Sentencing Delayed to August

Rod Tam Sentencing Delayed to August

Sentencing pushed back again for former City Council member Rod Tam.

Mayor, City Council Move Closer to Litigation on Rail

Despite mayor's threat, City Council passes its own rail agency spending plan.

Inside Honolulu: June 2

UPDATED 3:18 p.m. Complete script of questions from city rail poll; Rail supporters plan virtual sit-in.
It’s Cheap to Park at Honolulu Parks Flickr.com

It’s Cheap to Park at Honolulu Parks

Comparison with Miami Beach, Santa Barbara, San Francisco, Chicago show Honolulu residents getting a good deal.
Honolulu Council To Scrap Park Parking Fees Plan

Honolulu Council To Scrap Park Parking Fees Plan

Updated Council member says proposal for steeper, 24-hour parking meter fees will not pass.

Inside Honolulu: May 25

UPDATED 3:01 p.m. City hosts brown bag sew-a-lei lunch; Historic homes debate continues.

Inside Honolulu: May 24

UPDATED 9:04 a.m. 911 dispatcher calls man 'f——ing idiot;' Envision Laie calling all development supporters.
Keeping the Beat — And Keeping Tabs On Rail

Keeping the Beat — And Keeping Tabs On Rail

From threats of lawsuits to tracking where the new rail agency's board members live, lots happened with rail this week.
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