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City tags items on sidewalk placed by (de)Occupy hui

By Gordon Y.K. Pang

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Mar 06, 2013

~~<p>The city ramped up pressure on supporters of the (de)Occupy Hono&shy;lulu movement Tuesday afternoon, tagging 15 of their tents, chairs, tables, pallets, signs and other items placed on the sidewalk on the makai side of Thomas Square.</p>
<p>Under the existing stored-property ordinance, the campers have 24 hours from the time the items were tagged to remove them or risk having them seized by the city.</p>
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The city ramped up pressure on supporters of the (de)Occupy Hono­lulu movement Tuesday afternoon, tagging 15 of their tents, chairs, tables, pallets, signs and other items placed on the sidewalk on the makai side of Thomas Square.

Under the existing stored-property ordinance, the campers have 24 hours from the time the items were tagged to remove them or risk having them seized by the city. Login for more...



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