Fees waived for Oahu centenarians

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HONOLULU (KHON2) – Kupuna 100-years-old and up, can now get certain transportation and recreation fees waived.

The Honolulu City Council recently passed a measure which allows Oahu residents 100 years and older, to ride the bus and the rail, when it finally opens, for free.

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The centenarians will also be able to get into the Honolulu Zoo for free, use the municipal golf courses or city facilities without paying a fee by showing their future issued city payment card which is marked with a “centenarian medallion.”

For more details go to: http://www.honolulu.gov/council.

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