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Roth recommends a “rollback” in property taxes for almost all property classes.

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Roth recommends rate rollback: Proposed $779.7 million budget is a 27.8% increase
Roth recommends rate rollback: Proposed $779.7 million budget is a 27.8% increase

Mayor Mitch Roth’s administration is recommending a rollback in property tax rates for almost all property classes, following updated assessments showing an additional $23 million on top of the $45.4 million increase estimated in March.


 • Updated 12:05 am

UH pumps brakes on astro leases: Lassner, DLNR express concerns about passage of Maunakea bill

 • Updated 12:05 am

Endangered Hawaiian monk seal population highest in decades

 • Updated 12:05 am

Ige ‘open’ to Maunakea bill: Inouye, Acasio vote against measure to remove UH as manager of summit area

No gas tax relief: Council kills 10-cent discount on 4-4 tie

No conflict: Judge to render verdict in bench trial despite previously representing defendant

Abortion battles in states fire up after Supreme Court leak

Connections charter school case being appealed to high court

Nurses at Queen’s NHCH reject proposed contract

Nurses at Queen’s North Hawaii Community Hospital this week rejected a proposed contract package pointing to unresolved “patient and staff safety concerns.”


 • Updated 12:05 am

HHSAA: Waiakea reaches state baseball semifinals

 • Updated 12:05 am

HHSAA D-II baseball: Nanakuli edges Konawaena, tough-luck loser Hiraishi in quarterfinals

 • Updated 12:08 am

Retirement savings bill heads to Ige

 • Updated 12:05 am

Obituaries for May 6

 • Updated 12:05 am

HHSAA baseball: Hilo High rallies to beat Kamehameha-Kapalama, reach quarterfinals

‘This day means a lot’: Kealakehe High School JROTC students take field trip to historic Aimakapa Fishpond

HHSAA D-II baseball: Kamehameha wants reign, not rain, at Wong

HHSAA tennis: BIIF champ Waiakea out to dry off, hold serve on Maui


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