Hundreds of Hawaii classrooms are found with poor ventilation, posing a COVID-19 risk.
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|Hundreds of Hawai‘i classrooms are found with poor ventilation, posing a Covid-19 risk
Approximately 1,261 of Hawai‘i’s 12,000 public school classrooms have limited access to fresh air from outside because they rely on air conditioning, and 377 of those classrooms were found by a contractor to have concerning levels of carbon dioxide — a sign of poor air ventilation, which is a risk factor for the spread of Covid-19. Star-Advertiser. Hawaii Public Radio. Hawaii News Now.
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|City increases lifeguard patrols after monk seal encounters
The city has stepped up lifeguard patrols of Kaimana Beach following recent dangerous interactions with a highly protective monk seal mom and her pup.Although some have called for a complete shutdown of the beach while the seals are there, an official said the city is forbidden to do so under the state Constitution. Star-Advertiser.
Ex-HPD officer charged with child sex trafficking denied bail as he awaits trial
Native Hawaiian groups hold ‘Walk to the Box’ voter drive
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|Thurston Lava Tube closed indefinitely after cracks shift in ceiling
The Thurston Lava Tube in Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park is closed until further notice after instruments detected slight movement in a crack in the tube’s ceiling. The lava tube — also known as Nāhuku — was closed following the 2018 Kīlauea eruption, which dislodged some rocks in the tube and led to the installation of the crackmeters to monitor its structural integrity. Tribune-Herald. Big Island Video News. Big Island Now.
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|370 acres of cane burned in Pā‘ia fire
Maui Fire Department crews Sunday continued to mop up hot spots in Pā‘ia cane fields after gusty winds on the north shore fueled a brush fire Saturday afternoon that scorched about 370 acres. Maui News.
Maui restaurant temporarily closed after cockroach infestation
|Council to vote on housing charter amendment
Resolution No. 2022-22 proposes a County Charter amendment requiring at least 2% of property-tax revenues each year to be allocated to a housing-development fund. Based on fiscal year 2022-23 revenues, the resolution would allocate at least $3.75 million toward housing in the current fiscal year. Garden Island.
County seeks nonprofit projects for funding
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