Vote recounts don’t change results of six primary races.
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|Vote recounts don’t change results in six primary races
The mandatory recounts of races for the Kaua‘i County Council, several races for House districts on O‘ahu and one Senate seat representing Kāne‘ohe did not result in new winners. Civil Beat. Star-Advertiser. Hawaii News Now.
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|HPD reviewing results of personnel survey sent to 1,820 officers, 400 civilian personnel
Chief Arthur J. Logan and his leadership team will spend the next 60 to 90 days reviewing the results and working them into Logan’s strategic vision for evolving the department to become what the community and officers want to see for the next five to 20 years. Star-Advertiser.
Officers suspected in brutality case retain attorneys ahead of anticipated federal charges
Marines seek public comment on Kāne‘ohe proposal
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UH plans to expand football stadium for 2023 season
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|Committee postpones emergency management bill
Constitutional questions around suspension of electronic media coverage and what constitutes a civil disturbance had a County Council panel on Tuesday postpone a sweeping emergency management bill so it could be clarified. West Hawaii Today. Big Island Video News.
Narrowed-down affordable housing audit recommended for approval
Ex-councilman sues county to recoup legal fees
PGV to hold meeting tonight on proposed power increase
Road closure near affordable housing project floated to deter illegal activity
Utilities Commission says rural telecom provider must respond to consumer advocate
County to consider leasing 1,000-acre Hāmākua parcel to nonprofit
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|Data show Bissen won twice as many precincts as Victorino
Overall tallies put former judge Richard Bissen with 13,407 votes, or 34 percent, compared to Mayor Michael Victorino’s 11,747 votes, or 29.8 percent. Both will face each other in the general election on Nov. 8. Maui News.
County contacting voters to fix ballots
A total of 849 ballots contain issues that need to be fixed within the next five business days, Maui County Clerk Kathy Kaohu said Monday. Maui News.
New Park Maui program would charge visitors to park at Maui’s most visited areas
Live skunk found at Kanaha Pond State Wildlife Sanctuary
|Kauaʻi Board of Ethics considering opinion on second jobs for police officers
After a small influx of requests for outside employment as guards, Kauaʻi Police Department Chief Todd Raybuck requested the advisory opinion from the board, citing his interpretation of state and county laws and union contracts. Hawai‘i Public Radio.
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