LĪHU‘E – Kaua‘i police arrested a 47-12 months-old Kekaha man late Friday afternoon in reference to two thefts that occurred within an hour of one another at Longs Drugs and Times Supermarket at Kukui Grove Center on Oct. 25. LĪHU‘E – The Kaua‘i Bus is announcing that the Kukui Grove bus cease will temporarily relocate near its unique location to accommodate the Kukui Grove Christmas Parade. PO‘IPŪ – Ocean Safety officials have closed Waiohai Beach in Po‘ipū to swimming till additional discover as a result of a shark sighting. LĪHU‘E – The public is invited to attend the Kaua‘i Made Holly Jolly Holiday Fair on Dec. 14 on the front parking lot of the previous Kmart retailer, from 9 a.m.
LĪHU‘E – Mayor Derek S. K. Kawakami has signed a thirteenth supplementary emergency proclamation on Friday, Feb. 21, for the County of Kaua‘i, extending the emergency aid period for damages sustained in the course of the April 2018 flood. ‘ANINI – Lifeguards revived a female visitor Saturday afternoon after she was discovered unresponsive in shallow waters off ‘Anini Beach. LĪHU‘E – The Kaua‘i Committee on the Status of Women is in search of entries for the 2020 Women’s History Essay Contest from highschool students in non-public, public, charter, and residential colleges. Environmental Protection Agency’s annual “Fix a Leak Week” which is widely known nationally from March 16 by way of March 20.
LĪHU‘E — The Kaua‘i Police Department is saying the cancelation of its K-PAL flag football season that was slated to begin this summer time. LIHUE – The Department of Water continues to monitor the results of the COVID-19 situation and are mindful of its buyer’s ability to make on-time payments throughout this time. Therefore, DOW intends to proceed to waive its late payment payment; upon request, for purchasers in want. The late payment charge waiver applies to billing statements dated from March 1st, 2020 till further notice. LĪHU‘E – The public is suggested that evening construction work will be carried out at the Wastewater Management Division’s Kapaia Sewage Pump Station , located on the intersection of Kūhiō Highway and Ma‘alo Road.
LĪHU‘E – The Department of Liquor Control is asserting that licensed establishments may promote sealed “to-go” wine and/or beer with takeout meal orders. LĪHU‘E – Kaua‘i police arrested 50-year-old Devin Martin of Olympia, Washington on Thursday for violating the state’s mandatory 14-day quarantine order. LĪHU‘E — Kaua‘i police arrested a 3rd man, 31-12 months-old Bobby Edwards of Boynton, Florida on Friday for violating the state’s mandatory 14-day quarantine order. Reynolds Recycling in Līhu‘e is closed till further notice due to considerations related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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WAILUA – Various agencies are searching for Vladimir Sukhoparov, 58, of Ohio in waters off Kaua‘i’s Eastside in Wailua on Monday morning. A portion Kaumuali‘i Highway within the vicinity of Maluhia Road in Kōloa was closed in both instructions for over an hour on Sunday, following a 3-car crash. KALĀHEO – The Department of Water has issued an instantaneous water conservation request for the Kalāheo area till additional discover because of an electrical energy outage that has effects on the Kalāheo properly site and pump station. WAILUA – The search for 58-12 months-old Vladimir Sukhoparov of Ohio in waters off Kaua‘i’s Eastside in Wailua was suspended Wednesday afternoon following a 3-day, multi-agency search. PUHI – A portion of Kaumuali‘i Highway in the vicinity of Kaua‘i Nursery was closed in each instructions for underneath an hour on Tuesday, following a single-car crash.
LĪHU‘E – The Kaua‘i Bus is announcing that the ‘Eiwa Street bus cease will quickly relocate within the parking lot behind of the Historic County Building on Oct. 30. LĪHU‘E – The Department of Liquor Control has cancelled its managers certification testing scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 6. KEKAHA – The Department of Public Works is announcing that asbestos disposal at the Kekaha Landfill is suspended by way of March 2020 as a result of construction on the facility.
The public is suggested that maintenance work will be performed on Kaumualiʻi Highway at various locations in Waimea next week. The maintenance work shall be carried out on the westbound lane of Kaumualiʻi Highway between Ola Road and Huakai Road. LĪHU‘E – The County of Kaua‘i’s compost bin distribution at the Kaua‘i Resource Center in Līhu‘e might be quickly closed on Friday, Aug. 28, so as to accommodate the Salvation Army’s monthly donation event occurring that day. WAIMEA – The Waimea swimming pool is scheduled to reopen tomorrow, Aug. 29. The County Transportation Agency beneath the path and support of Mayor Derek S.K. Kawakami are pleased to announce free public Wi-Fi out there onboard The Kaua‘i Bus.
LĪHU‘E – The Finance Department declares effective March 18, until further discover, the next Standard Operating Procedures might be carried out at the public-going through counters within the Kapule Building at the Līhu‘e Civic Center. WAIMEA – County officers are notifying the general public of a wastewater spill from a number of manholes on Waimea Road between Panako Road and Alawai Road and on Alawai Road within the neighborhood of the Waimea Road intersection. WAIMEA – County officers are notifying the public of a wastewater spill from the Waimea Wastewater Treatment Plant to an irrigation ditch next to the power.
PO‘IPŪ – Ocean Safety Bureau officials have closed Brennecke’s Beach to swimming until additional notice due to a shark sighting. HĀ‘ENA – The Department of Parks and Recreation is saying that work on the Hā‘ena Beach Park parking zone will start on Oct. 30, weekdays, from 7 a.m. KALIHIWAI – A six-yr-old baby was pulled from waters off Kalihiwai River on Sunday.
KŌLOA – Kauaʽi police have identified Gustavo Albuja Orellana, 60, of Lihuʽe, as the driver who died in last week’s deadly visitors crash. LĪHU‘E —The Kaua‘i District Health Office at present reported four new optimistic circumstances of COVID-19, bringing the county’s complete variety of active instances to 12, and the cumulative complete of instances to date to 33. KAUA’I —Today, Mayor Derek S. K. Kawakami announced a historic memorandum of understanding between the County of Kaua‘i and global journey platform Expedia Group (the mother or father firm of leading vacation rental site Vrbo.com). The MOU is designed to allow the county to extra successfully track and regulate vacation rentals, while protecting the flexibility of responsible trip rental operators in Kaua‘i County to welcome traveling families. LĪHU‘E —The Kaua‘i District Health Office right now reported one new constructive case of COVID-19, bringing the county’s complete number of lively cases to 14, and the cumulative whole of circumstances so far to 35.