Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Homestead Energy Program

Click HERE to view a flyer for contact information.

`Ōlelo Wai’anae Community Media Center to trial new hours of CMC operations to accommodate the Wai’anae Coast Community

WAI’ANAE, HI; Sunday, September 26, 2010—Effective the week of October 4, 2010, `Ōlelo Wai’anae Community Media Center will be open to the public five (5) days a week. The additional day (Saturdays, 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.) of operation is in response to the Community’s interest in being able to utilize `Ōlelo Wai’anae CMC services and resources on a weekend. Community use of these new trial hours will help `Ōlelo determine the best time to open for community use.

The new hours of operations is as follows:
Sundays: Closed
Mondays: 3:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Tuesdays: 3:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Wednesdays: 3:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Thursdays: 3:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Fridays: Closed
Saturdays: 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

“Staff and I are committed to better serving the Wai’anae Coast community, therefore, we are pleased to be opening on Saturdays to expand our availability to everyone in the community,” said Hanalei Y. Aipoalani, Interim Manager, `Ōlelo Wai’anae CMC. “Moreover, we are encouraged by the high level of interest for in-school partnerships-and-trainings between `Ōlelo Wai’anae CMC and schools along the Wai’anae Coast. These partnerships and trainings, coupled with services and resources available during our CMC hours of operations, are poised to increase utilization hours, training classes and certification counts. Therefore, the adjustment in hours of CMC operations represents an opportunity for staff to build capacity within the community-at-large and schools.”

`Ōlelo Wai’anae CMC staff welcome the community to visit. Facilities are located on the campus of Wai’anae High School—85-251 Farrington Highway, Wai’anae, Hawaii 96792.


Established in 1989, `Ōlelo Community Media (formerly known as `Ōlelo Community Television) is a private, nonprofit provider of community access television services and resources on O’ahu. It is one of the largest of more than 3,000 access organizations across the country and is widely viewed in the industry as a national role model for community access media organizations. `Ōlelo is committed to building, convening and strengthening communities and providing a voice for people to share their stories and ideas about issues of importance to foster community engagement and well-being.

`Ōlelo’s mission is “To strengthen our island voices and advance community engagement through innovative media.”

For more information, visit www.olelo.org.

Mr. Hanalei Y. Aipoalani
Interim Manager
Wai‘anae Community Media Center
@ Wai'anae High School
85-251 Farrington Hwy
Waianae HI 96792
Phone: 696-1003 | Fax: 696-3683
Email: waianae@olelo.org

Waianae Community Takes Aim At Homeless In Keaau Beach Park - Honolulu News Story - KITV Honolulu

Waianae Community Takes Aim At Homeless In Keaau Beach Park - Honolulu News Story - KITV Honolulu

PVT Information Posted on DOH Website

From: Fujimoto, Janice K

Hi -
Thank you for attending the hearing for PVT Land Company. The DOH SHWB website has been updated to include copies of the DOH displays, risk assessments, and air monitoring data. Please visit the following site for links to the information.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call the Solid and Hazardous Waste Branch at 586-4226.
Thank you

Friday, September 24, 2010

Pueo Trucking, PVT Land Co., & Henry's Equipment Respond to Need for Erosion Control at Makaha Surfing Beach

Private companies, concerned community members, and government officials met at Makaha Surfing Beach on 9/16/10 to discuss plans to address the on-going erosion problem. L-R: Momi Keaulana, Fran & Henry Silva of Henry's Equipment, Chris Conger of DLNR, Mel Pu`u, Dexter Liu of the City Dept. of Parks & Recreation, Polly Grace, Moki Rapoza of PVT Land Co., Bunky Bakutis, George "Jr." Grace of Pueo Trucking, and Richard "Buffalo" Keaulana. [Click on the photo to enlarge]

The first priority is to save the lifeguard stand on the Kaena Point end of Makaha Surfing Beach, which is currently being supported by sandbags. After that, and annual erosion maintenance plan needs to be implemented. [Click on the photo to enlarge].

On 9/16/10, representatives from Pueo Trucking, PVT Land Co., and Henry's Equipment attended a meeting of concerned community members and government officials regarding the on-going erosion problem at Makaha Surfing Beach. The companies responded to a call from Rep. Shimabukuro asking for help with pushing sand to save the lifeguard stand and other structures which are at risk of losing their foundations due to the large winter surf.

Community members have been complaining about this problem for many years, and unfortunately, the City's limited resources are insufficient to address the problem. Chris Conger of DLNR provided a report with recommendations on how to address the erosion problem, and Dexter Liu of the City is working on obtaining approval for the private companies to start the work. Mahalo nui loa to Pueo Trucking, PVT Land Co., and Henry's Equipment for being willing to kokua with erosion at Makaha Surfing Beach; the community is extremely greatful!

Please click HERE to see the August 2010 report prepared by Dolan Eversole of the UH Sea Grant College Program for DLNR and the City regarding the erosion problem at Makaha Surfing Beach.

Thursday, September 23, 2010

State & City Urged to Allow E Ala Voyaging Canoe to Return to Wai`anae Coast

Gege Kawelo, president of the Wai`anae Hawaiian Civic Club (left), is one of the passionate leaders who organized the building of the E Ala voyaging canoe. Rep. Shimabukuro (right) is supporting the effort to bring the E Ala home to the Wai`anae Coast.

E Ala voyaging canoe captains Sam Kapoi, Kaina Holomalia, and Waimea McKeague are all young men from the Wai`anae Coast.


WHO: Polynesian Voyaging Society (PVS), Wai`anae Hawaiian Civic Club (WHCC), and many other individuals are making this request (See spreadsheet listing E Ala supporters and volunteers in Appendix 1). Makaha Studios is preparing a video with further information regarding this proposal.

WHAT: PVS, WHCC, and others urge the state and city to allow the use of Wai`anae Boat Harbor and/or Poka`i Bay as a location to permanently dry dock the E Ala voyaging canoe. The canoe would be stored under an energy efficient A-frame structure modeled after a halau wa`a in Laie (See model drawing of the “Halau Wa`a `O E Ala” in Appendix 2). The E Ala halau wa`a would feature photo-voltaic solar panels which would provide power for lighting and outlets. A fence, locks, and other security measures would also be constructed to prevent theft, vandalism, vagrancy, and other potential problems.

WHERE: Specifically, the fenced-off area between Wai`anae Boat Harbor and Wai`anae High School; or the old canoe storage area near the Kuilioloa Heiau. Either would be ideal locations for the E Ala halau wa`a.

WHY: The E Ala needs to be returned home to the Wai`anae Coast to fulfill its purpose, which is to train residents to sail using ancient Hawaiian navigation techniques. As background, the E Ala is currently docked at the Sand Island Maritime Education Training Center (METC). It was constructed on the Wai`anae Coast in 1981 under the leadership of WHCC. At the time, Wai`anae and Nanakuli High School had programs that used the canoe to train students to sail, and the canoe was docked at Wai`anae boat harbor. Unfortunately, funding, liability, and other concerns eventually ended the school-based programs, and the canoe was vandalized while at the boat harbor. This lead to the E Ala being moved to METC, where it has been ever since. Nevertheless, the enthusiasm for E Ala never ended, and PVS has continued to train Wai`anae Coast students to sail and maintain the E Ala (See E Ala background from WHCC website in Appendix 3).

HOW: A dedicated group of volunteers is willing to provide in-kind services to construct and maintain the halau wa`a, fence, and other necessary security measures (See spreadsheet listing E Ala supporters and volunteers in Appendix 1). A federal grant and state legislative measures are being submitted to provide supplemental funding for the E Ala halau wa`a. In February 2010, City employee Edward Freitas stated that from a maintenance perspective, he would not object to allowing the E Ala to be docked at Poka`i Bay. Wai`anae Harbormaster William Aila, Jr. has also expressed his support for bringing the E Ala back to the Wai`anae Boat Harbor.

Furthermore, as stated above, the push to return E Ala to the Wai`anae Coast has been on-going for many years; the key missing elements were captains, crew members, and a location. PVS has trained 3 captains (Sam Kapoi, Kaina Holomalia, and Waimea McKeague), and several crews, who are all young Wai`anae Coast residents. These captains and crews sailed the E Ala, along with two other canoes, Hokule`a and Kamauheheu, back to the Wai`anae Coast from April 20-May 1, 2010 (See media coverage of the Wai`anae Coast sail in Appendix 4). The greater community has also expressed its support, as over 500 people have signed petitions urging the State and City to provide the permission necessary to allow the E Ala to be docked at Wai`anae Boat Harbor or Poka`i Bay (See E Ala Petitions in Appendix 5).

WHEN: PVS, WHCC, and other supporters urge the State and City to allow E Ala to be docked at Wai`anae Boat Harbor or Poka`i Bay immediately, or as soon as possible.

APPENDICES (Click on the titles to view the documents):

Appendix 1 – Spreadsheet listing E Ala supporters and volunteers (available upon request)

Appendix 2 – Model drawing of the “Halau Wa`a `O E Ala”

Appendix 3 – E Ala background from WHCC website,http://waianaehcc.org/eala.htm

Appendix 4 – Media coverage of the E Ala canoe’s Wai`anae Coast sail (April 20-May 1, 2010)
Appendix 5 – Petitions (hand-written and online) urging the State and City to allow E Ala to be docked at Wai`anae Boat Harbor or Poka`i Bay

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Nani `O Wai`anae Honors Bernadette Beuker

Bernadette Beuker, aka "Bea," was honored for her dedication to picking up litter along our coastline. On behalf of Nani `O Wai`anae, Aunty Alice Greenwood presented Bea with a certificate at the Wai`anae Neighborhood Board meeting on 9/7/10. [Click on the image to enlarge].

Click here for further information or contact Leslie Young, at islandgem123@yahoo.com. Mahalo nui loa to Katy Kok (1947-2008) for starting Nani `O Wai`anae's legacy.

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

FREE Pet Food, Neuter/Spay Sterilization, & Collar Exchange from Hawaiian Humane Society on 10/9 at Waianae Farmer's Market!


Regarding the recent invitation sent to you for an event this Saturday to share Hawaiian Humane Society's advocacy, outreach and education initiatives in the Waianae Coast area, we’ve decided to defer the event until a future time when more of you can attend.

We’d welcome the opportunity to meet with you at your convenience, so please contact Vanessa Golding-Fox at 808-356-2247 or vgolding-fox@hawaiianhumane.org and we’d be delighted to drop by.

A special Hawaiian Humane Society outreach event is scheduled for October 09, 2010 at the Waianae Farmer's Market at Waianae High School from 8:00am to 11:30am where we will be meeting the community and offering spay/neuter sterilization certificates, free pet food (as available) and a free collar exchange program for choke chains. Please help us spread the word through your networks so that we can help as many pets and people in your community!

If you have any questions, please let me know.

Mahalo nui,

Vanessa Golding-Fox
Community Advocacy Liaison
Hawaiian Humane Society
2700 Waialae Ave.
Honolulu, HI 96826
Tel: (808) 356-2247
Fax: (808) 955-6034
Website: http://hawaiianhumane.org

MA`O Ma Town Fundraiser Photos

Please click on the link below to view photos of MA'O Organic Farm's 2010 fundraiser, courtesy of Kaimana Pine. Mahalo to everyone who helped make the event a big success!

MA'O MaTown Fundraiser 2010


"Love, respect, and a willingness to work"
-Uncle William Aila, Sr. As he talks about the spirit of youth at MA'O Organic Farms.

Rep. Shimabukuro & Others Featured in Wai`anae Environmental Justice Video


...Wanted to share with you the video that AFSC and Kamakani Youth (Kamakanai Kaiaulu O Waianae) put together through the Summer Environmental Justice program that we helped to host. The collaboration between AFSC, Concerned Elders, MA'O and KAHEA is planting the seeds and pushing forward some amazing work! Mahalo for your support!

Click HERE to view or copy and paste the following link into your browser:


Mahalo pumehana,

Miwa Tamanaha
Executive Director
KAHEA: The Hawaiian-Environmental Alliance

1149 Bethel St., #415
Honolulu, HI 96813
phone/fax: 808-524-8220 or 877-585-2432
cell: 808-228-7219

E ho`omalu kakou i ka pono, ke `ano o ka nohona a me ka `aina mai na kupuna mai
Protecting Native Hawaiian Traditional and Customary Rights and Our Fragile Environment

House District 45 Polling Places: Waianae Intermediate & Makaha Elementary

Due to the lack of poll workers, several polling places have closed for this upcoming 2010 election. House District 45 polling places for the 9/18/10 Primary Election and 11/2/10 General Election are: Waianae Intermediate School and Makaha Elementary School. Waianae Elementary and Kamaile Elementary will not be serving as polling places in 2010.

A complete list of statewide polling places can be viewed at this link: http://www.hawaii.gov/elections/factsheets/fses303.pdf

AARP Candidate Forum: House District 44 & District 45

All Candidates that were running for the office of House of Representative District 44 and House of Representative District 45 were invited to attend this forum.

AARP is a non-partisan organization.

As some of you may be aware the Candidate Forum that we were to have at the Beach Club on Sept. 3, 2010 had to be moved to the Olelo Station at Waianae High School. It turned out to be very successful and I am extremely sorry that more of you were not able to be there, but the studio where it was taped only seated 15 people.

I am sending this e-mail so that any of you that would like to watch it or have friends that would like to see the program, the viewing schedule follows.

AARP Waianae Coast Chapter 2010 Candidates Forum

9/17/10 Friday 9:00AM Channel 53

I hope you like the finished product and remember this is a 2 hour presentation.
My thanks go out to each of the 6 candidates that were able to make it that day.

Aloha, Rodlyn Brown
Wai`anae AARP Chapter President

Hawaii Green Collar Institute connects students with "green" jobs

Hawaii Green Collar Institute connects students with "green" jobs - The Hawaii Independent News · Culture · Community

Kids' Clothing at Discount Prices!

Wai`anae resident Art Frank provides high quality kids' clothing at discount prices. Check out: http://www.bigkahunakidswear.com

Click on images for a larger view.

Monday, September 13, 2010

Attention All Non-Profits: IRS Form Due Oct 15th!

In 2006, Congress passed the Pension Protection Act. This law mandated that all tax-exempt organizations, except churches and church-related groups, file annual information returns with the IRS beginning in 2007. This was a new requirement for many small organizations. The consequences for failure to file are dire-any organization that does not file an information return for three consecutive years automatically loses its tax exemption.

Despite the Service's outreach efforts to date, many small organizations still appear to be unaware of the tax law change as they haven't filed. Small tax-exempt organizations do great work in their communities. The IRS believes it's important to give these organizations an opportunity to preserve their valuable tax exemption and is offering a one-time relief program to bring these small organizations back into compliance.

The smallest organizations, eligible to file a 990-N, can go to the IRS Web site and electronically file the ePostcard. It asks for only eight information items. Small tax-exempt organizations eligible to file Form 990-N (e-Postcard) or Form 990-EZ have until October 15, 2010 to file.

Larger organizations should file their delinquent returns for the 3 years (2007, 2008 and 2009) and pay the compliance fee by October 15, 2010

Thank you, in advance, for sharing this important information with your widest audience possible. As you know, the public at large may have connections with exempt organizations through volunteer work contributions or social contacts, thus, could help to spread this vital message to others, such as, Board members, officers, staff and volunteers who may be responsible for their organization's application for tax exemption, and may not be familiar with the process.

For more information, visit the IRS Website at http://www.irs.gov

Note from Rep. Shimabukuro: Mahalo nui loa to Art Frank, Wai Paaoao, and Barbie-Lei Burgess for sharing this information. Please note that apparently all non-profits must file these forms, even if they had no income in the preceding year.

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Free Food Vouchers for People over 60 to use at the Waianae Farmers Market

UPDATE: From Desiree Hikuroa

Over 100 seniors showed up at the Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health Center (WCCHC) on Thursday, August 19 to register for the Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP).

The SFMNP is a program that offers $50 worth of vouchers to low-income seniors (over the age of 60 or over the age of 55 if deemed handicapped) that can be redeemed for eligible foods like fresh fruits, vegetables, honey and cut herbs. These vouchers can be used at participating farmers’ markets around the island, including the Waianae Farmers’ Market.

“The program is designed to provide fresh and nutritious locally grown produce to low-income seniors and support local farmers, farmers’ markets, and community supported agriculture programs,” said Roxanne Stark, Director of Agency Affiliations for the Hawaii Foodbank.

The Hawaii Foodbank is working with the State of Hawaii and USDA to certify nearly 5000 seniors. There are only 2000 vouchers left until the program ends in October. Distributing the remaining vouchers will increase the possibility of bringing this program back next year.

The Hawaii Foodbank urges seniors who are at or below 185% of the federal poverty guideline to register for the program. The organization has several sites around the island scheduled to register new participants.

“The program is such a great benefit to seniors and there is still interest in the program for those who were unable to make it,” said Desiree Hikuroa, Director of Communications at WCCHC.

If you, or anyone you know, is interested in participating in the program, please visit the Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health Center in September or call 954-7889 or visit www.hawaiifoodbank.org to download an application.

Check the flyer to see if you are eligible!

Click HERE to view informational flyer.

Click HERE for additional information.

Sunday, September 5, 2010

PVT Landfill Draft Permit

Click HERE for a link to PVT landfill's draft permit or cut and paste the URL below into your browser:


The public may also review the permit application at the Dept. of Health, Solid and Hazardous Waste Branch, 919 Ala Moana Blvd, Rm 212, Honolulu 96814 (phone 586-4226) and at the Waianae Public Library, 85-625 Farrington Highway, Waianae, Hawaii 96792 (phone 697-7868).

Questions may be directed to: Steve Joseph of PVT Land Co. (steve@pvtland.com) or Dept. of Health, Solid and Hazardous Waste Branch, Attn: Mr. Steven Chang, P.E., 919 Ala Moana Blvd, Rm 212, Honolulu, Hawaii, 96814 (phone: 586-4226).

Free Capacity Building Training for Leeward Coast Nonprofit Organizations

Aloha Maile,

The Community Based Economic Development Program (CBED) under the Department of Business, Economic Development & Tourism (DBEDT) is hosting 2 full-day training sessions for all Non-Profit & Faith-Based Organizations on the Leeward Coast to attend; all FREE of cost. Attached is the brochure & registration packet. Please help us spread the word!

Click HERE for brochure.

Click HERE for registration forms.

Please call if you have any questions, Michele Leong

Michele M. Leong
Graduate Research Assistant
Dept. Urban & Regional Planning
University of Hawaii at Manoa
250 South Hotel St. 5th Fl.
Honolulu, HI 96813
C: 808) 218-5421

Saturday, September 4, 2010

WNB AGENDA 10/5/2010

Printable version (copy and paste into browser):

Waianae Coast Neighborhood Board

7:00 P.M. TO 10:00 P.M.

Be Fair to All: Agenda reports are limited to three minutes and presentations to 10 minutes. Questions are limited to two minutes each. Please turn cellular phones to the vibration or off position and take any phone calls outside of the meeting room. Anyone wishing to speak is asked to raise their hand, and when recognized by the Chair, to address comments to the Chair.

1. Call To Order: Chair Jo Jordan

2. Welcome/Pule/Pledge of Allegiance/Hawai`i Pono`i

3.1 Honolulu Fire Department – HFD
3.2 Honolulu Police Department – HPD
3.3 U.S. Army
3.3.1 U.S. Army 25th ID (Light)
3.3.2 Ordnance Reef Update – Hudson Kekaula
3.3.3 Military Munitions Response Program (Makua-Kaena State Park) Update - Rhonda Suzuki
3.4 Board of Water – Sandy Nahoopii-Soong
3.5 Board of Education – Mark Dannog

4.1 Approval of October 5, 2010 Regular Meeting Agenda
4.2 Approval of Regular Meeting Minutes for February 2, 2010, April 6, 2010,
May 4, 2010 and September 7, 2010
4.3 Treasurer’s Report-Fiscal Officer
4.4 Revision of Standing Committee Guidelines and adoption

5.1 Economic & Development – Johnnie-Mae Perry
5.2 Education – Calvin Endo
5.3 Health and Safety – Johnnie-Mae Perry
5.3.1 Nani O Waianae Thumbs Up Award Presentation
5.4 Parks & Recreation/Parks Beautification – Jo Jordan
5.5 Planning & Zoning – Johnnie-Mae Perry
5.6 Transportation & OMPO – Bob Smith
5.7 Leeward Housing Coalition – Kawika Nahoopii

6.1 Waianae Coast Neighborhood Board No. 24 will recess on November 2, 2010
6.2 Mauna Lahilahi Shoreline Erosion Protection (DEA), TMK (1) 8-5-17:05, The proposed project will add a new breakwater across a gap between the breakwater tip and the coves rocky north shoreline that will reduce entering wave energy and sand movement. The 30-day comment period ends Oct 22, 2010. Address comments to Dept of Design and Construction, C&C of HNL, Clifford Lau, Chief, 768-8483 and Oceanit Laboratories Inc, Warren E. Bucher, Project Manager, 531-3017
6.3 Acquisition of Land for the Expansion of Kalaeloa Barbers Point Harbor (DEA), TMK (1) 9-1-14:26 (por.), The proposed action involves acquisition of approximately 57-acres of land adjacent to Kalaeloa Barbers Point Harbor by the Department of Transportation, Harbors Division for future expansion of the harbor. The 30-day comment period ends Oct 22, 2010. Address comments to Dept of Transportation, Harbors Division, Glenn Soma, 587-2503 and SSFM International, Dean Minakami, 356-1240
6.4 The Waianae Coast Neighborhood Board No. 24 Regular Meetings are broadcasted on Olelo Channel 49 on Thursdays at 9:00 p.m.


8. UNFINISHED BUSINESS (Ten minutes per presentations - 2 minutes per person questions/comments) – Board Action items
8.1 Update on the Kaena Point Ecosystem Restoration Project, Kaena Point State Park – Emma Yuen, Division of Forestry and Wildlife, DLNR

9. NEW BUSINESS (Ten minutes per presentation - 2 minutes per person questions/ comments) – Board Action items

10. MONTHLY REPORTS, PART 2 (Three minutes each)
10.1 Mayor’s Representative – Jeoffrey Cudiamat
10.2 Councilmember Todd Apo
10.3 Governor’s Representative – Mr. Russell Tsuji
10.4 Senate President Colleen Hanabusa
10.5 Representative Maile Shimabukuro
10.6 Representative Karen Awana

11. ADJOURNMENT – 10:00 P.M.


A mailing list is maintained for interested persons and agencies to receive this Board’s agenda and minutes. Additions, corrections, and deletions to the mailing list may be directed to the Neighborhood Commission Office (NCO), Honolulu Hale, 530 South King Street, Room 406, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813; Telephone (808) 768-3710 or Fax (808) 768-3711; or call Neighborhood Assistant Leland Ribac at (808) 768-3790. Agendas and minutes are also available on the internet at www.honolulu.gov/nco

Any individual wishing to attend a Neighborhood Board meeting who has questions about accommodations for a physical disability or a special physical need should call the Neighborhood Commission Office at 768-3710 between 8:00a.m. and 4:00 p.m., at least 24-hours before the scheduled meeting.
Thursday, September 30, 2010
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Thursday, September 2, 2010

Non-provision of City Sewer Maintenance Services to DHHL Properties

Mahalo to Mervina Cash-Ka`eo for alerting the community regarding this issue.

Aloha Maile,

Just wanted to alert you to an issue regarding the non-provision of City sewer maintenance services to DHHL properties. I have attached the letter I sent to the Mayor that sets out my concerns. This affects all the DHHL Homesteads in your district.

Click HERE to view page 1 of letter

Click HERE to view page 2 of letter

Renovation Materials at 50% below retail

Baseyard Hawaii, located at Sand Island, is part of the Nanakuli Housing Corporation.

Baseyard Hawaii collects and distributes reusable, surplus construction materials to families, schools and nonprofit organizations at little or no cost. Excess materials are made available to the public at a discount and proceeds used to fund NHC’s programs. Donors are able to save the cost of disposing of reusable materials to our overextended landfills. Since its inception, over 1200 tons of materials have been saved from the landfill. In 2008, NHC was awarded EPA recognition for its recycling work.

Come to Baseyard Hawaii on Saturday, September 18, 2010!

Get materials for that renovation cheap! Cabinets, doors, light fixtures, hardware, etc. at least 50% below retail.

Directions to Baseyard Sand Island
* Turn on Sand Island Access Road.
* Pass the old Kilgos, Malolo and First Hawaiian Bank on the right.
* Go through the first intersection (Auiki St.) and make the next right turn after the McKesson Building (large cement building at the Auiki St. intersection). You will see our Nanakuli Housing Corporation sign and a La Mariana Resturant sign.
* Follow the road. You will pass the La Mariana Resturant and then the road bends and you will then be on the back side of Ameron Cement. You will notice a fork in the road. Take the left side of the fork and you will see Honolulu Recovery Systems ahead. Pass them and we are on the right side of the road next to all the large cement blocks.

For more information call 808-842-0770

Waianae pushes to bring the E Ala canoe home - The Hawaii Independent – News · Culture · Community

Waianae pushes to bring the E Ala canoe home - The Hawaii Independent – News · Culture · Community

Makaha Hawaiian Civic Club

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