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Honolulu City Card usage is extended through Jan. 31

Those several thousand people receiving or scheduled to receive $500 debit cards from the city now have until Jan. 31 to spend the money to pay for food and other necessities in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, city officials said Tuesday. Read more

                                <strong>“We’re receiving more than 700 calls daily in response, so we’re doing everything we can in the Office of Economic Revitalization to help folks.”</strong>
                                <strong>Amy Asselbaye</strong>
                                <em>Honolulu director of economic revitalization</em>
Vendor trying to rectify City Card activation issues

City officials, for a second day, apologized to the public for a delay in the distribution and activation of thousands of debit cards that are supposed to help needy families hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic purchase food items during the final weeks of the year. Read more

                                Above, construction of the rail line is seen near Daniel K. Inouye International Airport.
Deadline extended to keep $250M Honolulu rail project grant

Language inserted into the massive congressional appropriations package approved in Washington late Monday would keep alive the city’s hopes of receiving $250 million in federal grant money for its financially strapped rail project, U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz, D-Hawaii, said today. Read more

Oahu property values come in flat for 2021

The overall assessed value of Oahu’s taxable properties failed to go up and has gone flat for the first time in more than a decade, according to numbers released by the city’s Real Property Assessment Division. Read more

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