Police Chief Urges Driver Caution in Event of Strike 04-02-01

HAWAII COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT
OFFICE OF THE POLICE CHIEF
POLICE CHIEF JAMES S. CORREA
PHONE: 961-2244
APRIL 2, 2001

MEDIA RELEASE

Police Chief James S. Correa is advising Big Island motorists to drive with extra caution in the event of a strike by public school teachers.

The Hawaii State Teachers Association has declared an impasse in labor negotiations with the State of Hawaii and has called for a strike at all public schools on Thursday (April 5, 2001).

If a strike actually occurs, Chief Correa said, motorists should be aware there will be increased pedestrian traffic and traffic slowdowns in areas surrounding public schools.

He urged motorists to exercise extra caution when entering or leaving public school facilities.

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