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Navy and Army picking up hotel tab for those forced out of Hawaii homes by tainted water

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FORT SHAFTER, Hawaii — The Navy and Army are footing hotel bills for hundreds of families affected by petroleum-tainted tap water at 10 military housing communities on Oahu near Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.

The authorization for temporary lodging, or TLA, began on Friday and is limited to active-duty service members and civilian employees living in housing in the communities of Red Hill, Catlin Park, Halsey Terrace, Radford Terrace, Doris Miller, Hale Na Koa, Earhart Village, Officer Field and Moanalua Terrace, the Navy said in a Facebook posting Friday.

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