Honolulu County Charter Amendments, 6 (November 2010)

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Six Honolulu County Charter Amendment measures were on the November 2, 2010 ballot in Honolulu County.

All six measures were approved

The fist amendment sought to create an autonomous Transit Authority: Transit Authority Establishment.

  • YES 169,041 (63.6%)Approveda
  • NO 77,285 (29.1%)

The second amendment sought to restrict newly appointed city officers from making decisions for the city for a period of twelve months on issues that they had involvement in when they worked in the Private sector.

  • YES 182,350 (68.6%)Approveda
  • NO 54,648 (20.6%)

The third amendment sought to allow the Liquor Commission the ability to hire and fire their Administrator and Deputy Administrator at will.

  • YES 185,198 (69.7%)Approveda
  • NO 52,102 (19.6%)

The fourth amendment sought to clarify and change language inconsistencies in Article III Section 4 of the Charter.

  • YES 176,431 (66.4%)Approveda
  • NO 45,253 (17.0%)

The fifth amendment sought to update provisions as well as provide for disposing of City personal property as set out by amendments.

  • YES 180,098 (67.8%)Approveda
  • NO 44,610 (16.8%)

The sixth amendment sought to create an office of Housing under the Mayor, appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the Council.[1]

  • YES 131,443 (49.5%)
  • NO 103,876 (39.1%)[2]

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