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>> Mayor Kirk Caldwell’s administration opposes Councilman Ernie Martin’s proposal for an islandwide sit-lie ban, as well as Martin’s resolution calling for city-sanctioned tent cities, or safe zones. A Page B1 story Saturday incorrectly reported that Caldwell’s administration supports Martin’s proposal for an islandwide sit-lie ban. The Caldwell administration instead is interested in further discussing a separate bill by Councilwoman Ann Kobayashi that would prohibit people from sitting or lying on a city sidewalk within 800 feet of a school or public library.

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