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Caldwell begins series of town hall meetings

  • JAMM AQUINO / JAQUINO@STARADVERTISER.COMHonolulu mayor Kirk Caldwell speaks during a news conference that unveiled a newly redone crosswalk on Monday, April 8, 2013 at the intersection of Kalakaua Avenue and Royal Hawaiian Avenue in Waikiki.   Crews re-painted and adjusted signals on Sunday night to convert the intersection into an “All Pedestrian Phase” intersection, commonly referred to as the “Barnes Dance” after Henry A. Barnes to whom the concept has been attributed.
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    Honolulu mayor Kirk Caldwell speaks during a news conference that unveiled a newly redone crosswalk on Monday, April 8, 2013 at the intersection of Kalakaua Avenue and Royal Hawaiian Avenue in Waikiki. Crews re-painted and adjusted signals on Sunday night to convert the intersection into an “All Pedestrian Phase” intersection, commonly referred to as the “Barnes Dance” after Henry A. Barnes to whom the concept has been attributed.

Mayor Kirk Caldwell kicks off a monthlong series of town hall meetings across Oahu with a gathering at the cafeteria of Highlands Intermediate School in Pearl City Thursday evening.

The mayor and Cabinet members will update the communities on his priorities including the fixing of city roads, restoring TheBus service, investing in sewer improvements, beautifying parks, trying to make sure the rail transit line gets done properly  and addressing homelessness.

All meetings will run 6:30-8 p.m. 

Other meeting dates and locations:

>> Monday: Honolulu, Kaimuki High School cafeteria.

>> May 9: Wahiawa/Mililani, Wahiawa District Park.

>> May 16: Kapolei, Kapolei Hale.

>> May 20: Windward, Kaneohe Community Center.

>> May 22: Kalihi, Farrington High School cafeteria.

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