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New satellite City Hall opens in Iwilei

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    The service counter at the new Kapalama Hale satellite City Hall.

This story has been corrected. See below.

The newest satellite City Hall at Kapalama Hale opened in Iwilei Tuesday.

The newly renovated facility at 925 Dillingham Blvd. occupies what was formerly known as the Sprint Building, located makai of Honolulu Community College, at the corner of Dillingham Boulevard and Alakawa Street. Service hours for the public are from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Services at the new satellite City Hall include motor vehicle registration; real property tax payments; water bill payments; bicycle, moped, and dog licensing; spay/neuter certificates; disabled person’s parking permits; TheBus pass sales; voter registration; and fireworks permits.

The new driver licensing center at Kapalama Hale will open for service next week Tuesday. Service hours for the public will be from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

It will feature the city’s new AlohaQ push-notification queuing system, designed to reduce the need for customers to wait in line for service.

The old satellite City Hall at City Square closed its doors Friday.

CORRECTION

An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated the satellite City Hall was opening next week Tuesday.

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