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State agencies want to turn Pawaa property into affordable housing and a facility for troubled youth

A deteriorating and underused juvenile detention center in Honolulu owned by the state is being eyed as an opportunity to increase the supply of affordable housing and produce new facilities serving troubled children. Read More

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