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Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell held a press conference at the City & County’s Emergency Operating Center at noon Monday.
The mayor discussed tropical storm Flossie and the impact it will have on City & County of Honolulu workers.
“I’m here to announce that all non-emergency City & County of Honolulu workers will be allowed to go home at 3 this afternoon, about an hour prior earlier than they would otherwise go. We want to give everyone enough time to go home before the real effects of Flossie are felt,” Mayor Caldwell said.
Stay with KHON2 News for the latest updates on Flossie.