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Star Advertiser: Mayor Kirk Caldwell will allow fabric stores to reopen

April 13, 2020 – Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell said during an afternoon press conference today that he would sign a new order allowing fabric stores on Oahu to reopen at 4:30 p.m today on a limited basis. Fabric stores may offer sales three ways, he said. Customers may purchase fabric and pay for it online, …

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HONOLULU CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATE CALLS ON HONOLULU SALARY COMMISSION TO DELAY SALARY INCREASE RECOMMENDATION

(Honolulu, HI) – Honolulu City Council District VII candidate Jacob Aki issued the following statement today calling on the Honolulu Salary Commission to delay its decision making on a recommendation to implement a 3% salary increase for city leaders: “While I believe many of our city leaders are deserving of the 3% salary increase, it is almost …

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Online City Services

Here are links to commonly used city services that offer quicker turnaround times than mail or in-person visits: Duplicate driver license Online motor vehicle registration renewal Self-service kiosks AlohaQ Board of Water Supply payments Real property tax payment

Mayor Caldwell’s Amends City Emergency “Stay At Home Order”

Mayor Kirk Caldwell recently announced that he will be extending the emergency “stay at home” order for Oʻahu until May 31 but city parks will reopen on Saturday (April 25) for limited exercise activities. Here are some details regarding the reopening of city parks: Oʻahu’s 300 city parks will reopen for exercise on Saturday at …

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HONOLULU CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATE SUSPENDS DOOR-TO-DOOR KNOCKING EFFORTS IN WAKE OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC

(Honolulu, HI) – In wake of the World Health Organization’s (WHO) action declaring COVID-19 (coronavirus) as a global pandemic, Honolulu City Council – District VII candidate Jacob Aki has made the decision to suspend his campaign’s door knocking efforts. He says that although this was a difficult decision, it was necessary to ensure the health …

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