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Howard Discus contributed to this report.
The University of Hawaii has again delayed a decision on where to put its school of medicine.
President Even Dobelle says a decision, which he had hoped to make in October, is now postponed at least until November.
"Our lead planner from New York is preoccupied because of the tragedy," Dobelle told Pacific Business News, "He can't come now untill the 10th or 12th of October."
Dobelle himself delayed the decision once before, after his arrival in Hawaii this summer, ending an acrimonious local debate over the possible move of the John A. Burns School of Medicine to the Kakaako waterfront by …