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CITY CUSTOMER SERVICES DEPARTMENT

RELOCATES  TO MISSION MEMORIAL BUILDING

 

(Monday, April 26, 2010) -- Mayor Mufi Hannemann announced today the relocation of the City's Department of Customer Services. 

 

The Department's administration, information and complaints branches have moved from the third floor of Honolulu Hale to the newly renovated Mission Memorial Building.  The phone numbers for each branch will remain the same.

 

            The historic building is one of three that comprise the Mission Memorial Building complex facing King Street.  Renovations began in 2007. 

 

"The site is nationally recognized and special attention is being paid to ensure the historic nature is preserved," said Mayor Hannemann.  "The renovations include new floors, roof framing, termite damage repair, new modular furniture, re-sealing of the exterior red brick veneer, a new clay roof as well as new electrical, lighting, plumbing and data communication systems," he said.  "This building is now a turn of the century, state-of the-art facility."

 

"I am delighted that the Customer Services Department will put part of this facility to good use serving the public," Hannemann added.

 

              Restoration work continues in other sections of the building and is due to be completed later this summer. 

 

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Contact:
Sandra Sagisi, Public Communications, Department of Customer Services, 768-3392