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Honolulu Must Help Businesses Hurt By Rail Construction Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Honolulu Must Help Businesses Hurt By Rail Construction

The City Council’s aborted attempts can’t be the end of this, because many more businesses are about to be affected.

Why Isn’t Honolulu Helping Businesses Hurt By Rail Construction? Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Why Isn’t Honolulu Helping Businesses Hurt By Rail Construction?

The City Council passed two measures to aid businesses along the rail line but never provided any money.

Ala Moana High Rise Developer Removes ‘Poor Door’ From Proposal City and County of Honolulu

Ala Moana High Rise Developer Removes ‘Poor Door’ From Proposal

The plan to create separate entrances for low-income residents was opposed by affordable housing advocates.

One Ala Moana Condo Development Approved And Another In The Pipeline Natanya Friedheim / Civil Beat

One Ala Moana Condo Development Approved And Another In The Pipeline

Developer Jay Fang wins approval for his 26-story tower despite some rocky moments at Wednesday’s City Council meeting.

Proposed High Rise With ‘Poor Door’ Stalls At City Council Cory Lum/CIvil Beat

Proposed High Rise With ‘Poor Door’ Stalls At City Council

Councilwoman Kymberly Pine said the developer needs to address concerns about a planned separate entrance to the lower-cost rental units.

Councilman Wants A Piece Of The Action In Picking Police Commissioners Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Councilman Wants A Piece Of The Action In Picking Police Commissioners

Ikaika Anderson seeks to change the selection process for the Honolulu police and fire commissions, whose members are now mayoral appointees.

Ian Lind: Why A Tree In Hawaii Kai Is Raising Questions Of Favoritism Ian Lind/Civil Beat

Ian Lind: Why A Tree In Hawaii Kai Is Raising Questions Of Favoritism

A father’s gift to remember his dead son has become a story of special treatment by the Honolulu City Council.

Honolulu City Council Considers Regulating ‘Monster Homes’ Shafkat Anowar/Civil Beat

Honolulu City Council Considers Regulating ‘Monster Homes’

Neighbors complain about homes with 15 or more bedrooms, but they’re defended by a man who said they serve multigenerational households.

Council Panel Votes To Prohibit Lying Down At Honolulu Bus Stops Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Council Panel Votes To Prohibit Lying Down At Honolulu Bus Stops

But the committee postponed action on a measure to extend the sit-lie ban to areas around schools and libraries.

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