Honolulu City Council to discuss fuel tax, electrical and gas projects

Hawaii Independent Staff

HONOLULU—The City and County of Honolulu’s Committee on Public Works and Sustainability and the Committee on Budget will be meeting on Wednesday, August 31 at City Hall.

The Committee on Public Works and Sustainability will be discussing grants of easements for electrical purposes within the Middle Street Bus Facility property to Hawaiian Electric Company, Inc. as well as a subsurface easement for gas pipeline purposes within the Ewa Villages Golf Course to The Gas Company, LLC. Councilmembers will also be discussing force main constructions at the Ala Moana Wastewater Pump Station as well as an agreement with the United States Geologic Survey (USGS) for the collection of hydrologic data on Oahu.

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The Committee on Budget will be discussing Bill 49 (2011), which dedicates a portion of the City and County of Honolulu fuel tax for development and construction of certain road projects. Councilmembers will also discuss various parking measures at the Kapolei Hale Complex, City Hall, and Satellite City Halls.

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