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Tour buses must now pay monthly fee for Waimanalo Bay

  • DENNIS ODA / 2015

    Bill 93, originally introduced to the Honolulu City Council in October 2017, aimed to curb tour vehicles at the city’s Waimanalo beaches.

A bill that establishes permit fees for recreational stops at Waimanalo Bay Beach Park was signed into law by Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell on Thursday.

Bill 93, originally introduced to the Honolulu City Council in October 2017, aimed to curb tour vehicles at the city’s Waimanalo beaches, as reported in an earlier Star-Advertiser story.

It establishes a $165 monthly fee for up to five permitted tour operators with vehicles that seat no more than 15 passengers to conduction “recreational stops” at Waimanalo Bay Beach Park, also known as Sherwood Forest, from sunrise to sunset on weekdays.

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