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Debt-ridden charter school might be asked to close

Halau Lokahi has failed to pay workers, says an official with a state commission

By Susan Essoyan

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jun 11, 2014

~~<p>Halau Lokahi Charter School in Kalihi has stopped paying its employees, owes more than $417,000 and may be asked to shut down, according to a state Public Charter School Commission official.</p>
<p>&quot;They have not made payroll,&quot; said Tom Hutton, executive director of the commission, adding that the school's staff received no money in the most recent pay period and only partial payment for the previous one.</p>
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Halau Lokahi Charter School in Kalihi has stopped paying its employees, owes more than $417,000 and may be asked to shut down, according to a state Public Charter School Commission official.

"They have not made payroll," said Tom Hutton, executive director of the commission, adding that the school's staff received no money in the most recent pay period and only partial payment for the previous one. Login for more...



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