The Star Advertiser reports that a deal between the Hawaii Community Development Authority and the city is coming soon.
The deal would allow crews to sweep homeless out of HCDA's parks and off city sidewalks.
Currently, campers move out of the parks during restricted hours and move back in once the parks are open to the public.
The agreement would also reportedly stop campers from lining Ala Moana Boulevard.
The new enforcement could go into effect by the end of April and run for about a year.
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Life-threatening surf is again headed for north- and west-facing shores.
The Honolulu Fire Department has released more than 40 video clips that show the inside of the Marco Polo condominium in the aftermath of last year's seven-alarm fire.
High surf and rising tides have created dangerous conditions for many coastal areas in Hawaii, where erosion has become a major issue.