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Council handover, swearing in (Dec. 6)

Council handover, swearing in (Dec. 6)

MEDIA RELEASE The next Council Meetings (Sine Die) are 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Monday Dec. 6 at the Hilo Council Chambers, Aupuni Street. LEGISLATION OF POSSIBLE INTEREST ON MONDAY, DEC. 6, 2010 (9 AM SESSION): – Res. 413-10: Extends the Hawaii County Council’s Sincere Gratitude to Council Member Guy K. Enriques, for His Years […]

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Greenwell trial date pushed back until at least late October

Greenwell trial date pushed back until at least late October

Karin Stanton | Hawaii 24/7 Contributing Editor Kelly Greenwell will have to wait a little longer for that day in court. Greenwell, the North Kona councilman who is fighting three charges resulting from a July traffic stop, now is scheduled to go on trial Oct. 26 in front of Third Circuit Judge Ronald Ibarra. Greenwell […]

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Greenwell court date scheduled for Aug. 31

Greenwell court date scheduled for Aug. 31

Karin Stanton | Hawaii 24/7 Contributing Editor Kelly Greenwell will get his day in court. He’ll just have to wait until next week. The North Kona councilman, who was arrested following a July 17 traffic stop on Queen Kaahumanu Highway, appeared Wednesday before Third Circuit Judge Elizabeth Strance. Greenwell has asked for a trial to […]

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Greenwell heading to jury trial over traffic arrest

Greenwell heading to jury trial over traffic arrest

Karin Stanton | Hawaii 24/7 Contributing Editor Kona Councilman Kelly Greenwell pleaded not guilty Thursday afternoon in District Court to three charges stemming from a traffic stop last month. Greenwell appeared before Judge Joseph Florendo on charges he resisted an order to stop a motor vehicle, refused to provide identification and resisted arrest on July […]

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Kona Councilman Kelly Greenwell faces an Aug. 12 court date to respond to charges he resisted an order to stop a motor vehicle, refusal to produce documents, resisting arrest and a speeding citation.

The charges stem from a 1:38 p.m. Saturday, July 17 traffic stop on Queen Kaahumanu Highway near the Kona police station, said Asst. Chief Henry Tavares. 

Tavares said an officer using a laser clocked Greenwell's vehicle doing 51 mph in a 35 mph zone and attempted to pull him over. Greenwell at first refused, then did pull over, exited his vehicle and "became confrontational," Tavares said.

Greenwell facing traffic charges after arrest (July 17)

Kona Councilman Kelly Greenwell faces an Aug. 12 court date to respond to charges he resisted an order to stop a motor vehicle, refusal to produce documents, resisting arrest and a speeding citation. The charges stem from a 1:38 p.m. Saturday, July 17 traffic stop on Queen Kaahumanu Highway near the Kona police station, said […]

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Complex to serve low-income families with children; replaces Kawaihae transitional housing complex

Kaloko Housing Project breaks ground

Complex to serve low-income families with children; replaces Kawaihae transitional housing complex

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Greenwell on the county budget

Greenwell on the county budget

The following is the testimony Kona Councilman Kelly Greenwell offered at the Monday, June 7 council meeting on the budget: To understand the solution to fixing our budget woes, we must first accept that we can no longer think of government as a business. Government process is not based on the typical business model. In […]

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Hundreds call for shoreline access at NELHA

Hundreds call for shoreline access at NELHA

Shannon Rudolph/Special to Hawaii247 A restive but polite crowd of approximately 500 filled Kealakehe High School cafeteria Friday night and spoke unanimously — open the gate at NELHA to Ooma / Kohanaiki and do it now. The community talk story, sponsored by Sen. Josh Green and Rep. Denny Coffman included representatives from the state Department […]

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Sweeping votes push power positions back to Hilo; Naeole voted council's new vice chair

Council shuffle shifts leadership to Hilo

Sweeping votes push power positions back to Hilo; Naeole voted council’s new vice chair

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Hirono: Hawaii's stimulus share tops $1 billion

Hirono: Hawaii’s stimulus share tops $1 billion

Karin Stanton/Hawaii247.com Contributing Editor It won’t be the answer to everything, but Hawaii can expect about $1 billion in assistance through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, said Congresswoman Mazie Hirono. The 2nd District representative has been touring her neighbor island areas to share details of the largest spending bill ever passed in U.S. history. […]

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