Sit-lie bans result in no police work outside city
By Gordon Y.K. Pang firstname.lastname@example.org
May 10, 2016
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We’ve gotten a lot of calls, and we’ve reported them to the police.”
Councilwoman, who represents the area from Palolo to Makiki
CRAIG T. KOJIMA / AUG. 2015
Mayor Kirk Caldwell introduced the first sit-lie bill in summer 2014 for Waikiki only, arguing that it was necessary to impose a 24-hour restriction in Oahu’s economic breadbasket. The Council passed the law and theban went into effect in September. By December 2014 the Council had passed another bill adding downtown and Chinatown to the ban, which was supported by Caldwell.