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Base might get vehicle registration office

The proposed setup would ease crowds at satellite city halls, according to officials

By Gordon Y.K. Pang

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Mar 23, 2014

~~<p>Opening a motor vehicle registration office at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam would help military personnel and reduce the lines for other Oahu residents at satellite city halls, city and military officials said.</p>
<p>The Council Intergovernmental Affairs and Human Services Committee gave preliminary approval on Thursday to Resolution 14-61, an agreement allowing the city to set up a two-person, twice-a-week vehicle registration office in an empty office at an on-base recreation center. The space, which has glass customer service windows, was previously used as an entertainment ticket counter, officials said.</p>
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Opening a motor vehicle registration office at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam would help military personnel and reduce the lines for other Oahu residents at satellite city halls, city and military officials said.

The Council Intergovernmental Affairs and Human Services Committee gave preliminary approval on Thursday to Resolution 14-61, an agreement allowing the city to set up a two-person, twice-a-week vehicle registration office in an empty office at an on-base recreation center. The space, which has glass customer service windows, was previously used as an entertainment ticket counter, officials said. Login for more...



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