Chinatown Weed and Seed program on Oahu requires a sustained effort and more housing
By Ashley Mizuo firstname.lastname@example.org
Sept. 20, 2021
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Revitalizing Chinatown includes reducing crime and homelessness. Above, the sign into the area is seen on the bridge on North King Street.
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The new Chinatown incarnation of Weed and Seed has led to arrests of 74 people, mostly for drug-related crimes, says city Prosecutor Steven Alm. Above, HPD officers J. Palicte, left, T. Ellorin and G. Bautista walk by the corner of Hotel and Nuuanu streets while patrolling Chinatown.