News Briefs: July 29, 2016

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Satellite City Hall Reopened — The Fort Street Mall Satellite City Hall resumed normal operations, yesterday, after it had been closed since Monday due to flooding related to Tropical Storm Darby. The satellite city hall is located under King Street at 1000 Fort Street Mall. Service hours are 8 a.m.-4 p.m., weekdays. Services available at the Fort Street Mall facility include motor vehicle registration, driver license renewal/duplicate, property tax payment, water bill payment, fireworks permits, voter registration, disabled parking permits, TheBus pass sales, spay/neuter certificates, and licensing for dogs, bicycles and mopeds.

All other City and County of Honolulu Satellite City Hall and Driver Licensing Centers are open and continue to operate on regular schedules.

The Department of Customer Services encourages customers to also use online services and the mail. For information regarding services and locations, please visit www.honolulu.gov/csd/.

 

Low Power — Testing by HECO since July 21 is causing low voltages at Schofield Barracks, Wheeler Army Airfield and Grow the Army-South Range during daytime hours. The power should return to normal in the evening hours. This work may continue for another week and is scheduled to conclude Thursday.

 

Pokémon on Post — Following up on the article about the Pokémon Go sightings on the garrison footprint (“Catch ‘em all … on post – safely – at USAG HI”, p. B-2, July 15), the Safety Office offers a few more suggestions to make your hunt safer, on or off post:

  • Be aware of your surroundings and pay attention to who/what is around you.
  • If you get the sense you are being followed or set-up for a robbery, head to a lighted area with people around. If you feel your safety is in jeopardy or see something suspicious, call 911.
  • If walking, watch where you’re going and don’t look down at your phone while crossing streets or exiting your vehicle.
  • Don’t drive a vehicle or ride your bike while playing.
  • Obey all traffic and parking laws. Don’t stop on the roadway or at a location that will create a traffic hazard.
  • Know where your children are going and set limits. Talk with your children about stranger-danger as playing may bring strangers together at Poké Stops
  • Do not go onto private property, dark areas or locations that you would not go if you weren’t playing the game.
  • If you are outside for an extended period of time, be sure to stay hydrated and be aware of sunburn.

 

Cyber, Tech Pros Needed — Get hired! The Department of Homeland Security Cyber and Tech Job Fair in the Washington DC-Metro ended yesterday, but will still accept applications online today. DHS seeks qualified candidates to fulfill mission-critical job openings within cyber, IT, acquisition and human resources. If selected, you will receive a conditional job offer on the spot and start your security clearance process the same day! DHS is hiring for grades GS-09, GS-11, GS-12, GS-13, GS-14 and GS-15. Not going to be in the Capitol? The online job application deadline is July 29. Apply today! To learn more about the job fair, see the online version of this News Briefs at www.HawaiiArmyWeekly.com, visit www.dhs.gov/cyberfair or email DHSTechnologyJobFair@hq.dhs.gov.

 

August

 

4 / Thursday

25th ID CoC— Maj. Gen. Christopher G. Cavoli assumes command of the 25th Infantry Division from Maj. Gen. Charles A. Flynn, 10 a.m. on Schofield’s Weyand Field.

 

5 / Friday

94th AAMDC CoC — Brig. Gen. Sean A. Gainey will assume command of the 94th Army Air and Missile Defense Command from Brig. Gen. Eric L. Sanchez, 10 a.m., on Fort Shafter’s Palm Circle.

Call 448-1561/1550.

 

12 / Friday

National Night Out — Island Palm Communities will hold a National Night out, 4-7 p.m., at Kaena Community Center, 5485 Gallup Street, Schofield Barracks. Call 275-3159.

 

23 / Tuesday

A table display for Women's Equality Day.

TAMC Observance — Tripler Army Medical Center will observe Women’s Equality Day, noon-1 p.m., in Kyser Auditorium.

 

 

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