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The Honolulu Advertiser
Posted on: Wednesday, May 21, 2003


Advertiser Staff

If you have a question or concern about the accuracy, fairness or thoroughness of an item in The Honolulu Advertiser, please call Reader Representative Anne Harpham at 525-8033.

• A Department of Transportation report on potential rockslide areas misidentified three sites. The correct sites are Kalaniana'ole Highway at Castle Junction, Kalaniana'ole Highway near Kapa'a Quarry Road and Kailua Road just before Kailua town. Other information was contained in a Local News story posted Saturday.

• House Bill 297 allocated $100,000 to the attorney general's office to create a special legal team to work to help rid communities of places that sell illegal drugs. The bill was misidentified in a Local News story posted yesterday.

• In a legal dispute over the 2001 teachers' contract, the Hawai'i Labor Relations Board ordered the state and the Hawai'i State Teachers Association to bargain over a bonus for teachers with master's degrees and professional diplomas for the final year of the two-year agreement. The parties never came back to the HLRB with an agreement. A Local News story posted yesterday was unclear on the HLRB's role in the dispute.