Inside Honolulu: May 2
City Council members are taking up a slew of money-related measures in committee meetings this week. Expect to hear debate over funding for rail, the new transit agency's budget, whether a city subsidy for recycling companies should continue and new discussion of fireworks storage on Oahu.
We'll also find out how Honolulu officials plan to cope with a cap on TAT revenue, which both Mayor Peter Carlisle and council Chairman Nestor Garcia warned would hurt the city's ability to balance its budget. Civil Beat is reporting from the inside.