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                                A rendering shows the site of the new Oahu Community Correctional Center planned for Halawa.
Honolulu City Council OKs moving jail to Halawa

A permit clearing the way for the relocation of the Oahu Community Correctional Center to Halawa from Kalihi won an 8-0 approval from the Honolulu City Council Wednesday, but the contentious project still needs funding from state lawmakers. Read more

Hawaiians sue state over use of Mauna Kea Access Road

Three Native Hawaiian beneficiaries sued the state Thursday, alleging that Mauna Kea Access Road is Hawaiian homelands property that’s being misused and mismanaged without proper compensation to the Hawaiian Homes Commission and the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands. Read more

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                                The president of Friends of Ha‘iku Stairs said the nonprofit intends to put in a response to the city’s request for proposals for a group to repair, operate and manage the controversial hiking area.
Nonprofit group says it is ready to manage Haiku Stairs

The president of Friends of Ha‘iku Stairs said the nonprofit intends to put in a response to the city’s request for proposals for a group to repair, operate and manage the controversial hiking area. Read more

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                                William Aila
Aila confirmed as head of DHHL

William Aila won confirmation as chairman of the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands on Monday by a 21-3 vote of the state Senate. He will serve through Dec. 21, 2022. Read more

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Ala Moana plan for no-leash dog park removed

Plans for an off-leash dog park at Ala Moana Regional Park have been scrapped by the Caldwell administration, city Parks Director Michele Nekota told members of the City Council Budget Committee on Thursday. Read more

Bill raising property tax threshold gets deferred

A bill doubling the threshold value that a house needs to be before getting thrown into the Residential A property tax category was deferred by the City Council Budget Committee Wednesday after Caldwell administration officials warned that the move would cost the city $47 million in annual revenue. Read more

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