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Unpopular cuts could swing votes

    CTY - Arc School student Lorrin Hee is helped off The Bus' route 14 by staff member Melissa Tabanera on Wednesday, July 11, 2012 in Kahala. The removal of The Bus' route 14 would be detrimental to the Arc School's methods of getting to and from excursions and errands by both students and staff. (Jamm Aquino/The Honolulu Star-Advertiser).
    Arc program staff member Lorenzo Godinet, left, prepared client Steven Keliinoe for boarding TheBus’ Route 14 on Wednesday in Kahala. The route covers locations that the Arc clients need to go without requiring transfers, and buses are normally not crowded, making it easy to travel with wheelchairs.
    St. Louis Heights resident Barbra Armentrout has collected more than 500 signatures in her petition drive asking the city to cancel changes to Route 14 on TheBus. At top, Arc program client Lorrin Hee was helped off TheBus' Route 14 by staff member Melissa Tabanera on Wednesday. The program relies on those buses to pick up Arc's disabled clients for shopping and other excursions.

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