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New take on city park law OKs vendors at festivals

A two-beach ban on business caused event cancellations but is reinterpreted

By Gordon Y.K. Pang

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Feb 20, 2013

~~<p>The Haleiwa Arts Festival and Wahiawa's Pineapple Festival can continue as in previous years following a change in the interpretation of a new law governing commercial activity at city parks.</p>
<p>Mayor Kirk Caldwell said Tuesday that city attorneys say it's OK for nonprofit events such as the Haleiwa Arts Festival and Pineapple Festival to be held, even if they include for-profit vendors who may be brought in to provide anything from food to electronic rides.</p>
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The Haleiwa Arts Festival and Wahiawa's Pineapple Festival can continue as in previous years following a change in the interpretation of a new law governing commercial activity at city parks.

Mayor Kirk Caldwell said Tuesday that city attorneys say it's OK for nonprofit events such as the Haleiwa Arts Festival and Pineapple Festival to be held, even if they include for-profit vendors who may be brought in to provide anything from food to electronic rides. Login for more...



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