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Diamond Head-bound lanes of Kona Street open after water main break

By Star-Advertiser staff


Honolulu Board of Water Supply crews reopened the Diamond Head-bound lanes of Kona Street, between Mahukona and Keeaumoku streets about three hours after an 8-inch waterline broke earlier today.  

The Ewa-bound lanes remain closed after the water main break at the intersection of Kona and Mahukona streets.

The broken main was reported to the agency shortly before 3 p.m. It was originally installed in 1948 and is scheduled for replacement as part of a BWS water system improvement project this fiscal year.

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Kuniarr wrote:
This is exactly why we need to upgrade our water system. And to do that we need to kill rail whose total cost is $11.03 billion ($5.16 to build and $5.87 billion to subsidize. For in addition to the need to upgrade our water system much than building rail we need to upgrade our sewer system in compliance with an EPA mandate.
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