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Hawaii Kai Drive reopened to traffic

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 09:21 a.m. HST, Oct 18, 2012

Board of Water Supply crews have completed repairs to a 12-inch water main break in Hawaii Kai that caused the early closure of Kamiloiki Elementary School and all lanes of Hawaii Kai Drive are now open to traffic.

The road had been closed since 10 a.m. Wednesday, when the water main broke at 7788 Hawaii Kai Dr., fronting Kamiloiki School. 

The elementary school reopened this morning.

Students were sent home at about 10 a.m. Wednesday because there was no water at the school. 

More than 200 homes were without water as a result of the break.

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allie wrote:
Ben is right: we need to pour money into fixing our sewer and bridges and roads. Forget rail: it won't fix our most basic problems or even create many jobs.
on October 17,2012 | 12:11PM
1local wrote:
what exactly has the BOW done since they assessed an increase to all Oahu customers? Water main breaks have continued and no additional resources or improvements have resulted...
on October 18,2012 | 06:25AM
mcc wrote:
The BOW has given bonus's to their top people as a toke of their incompetance.
on October 18,2012 | 07:15AM
pastormatt wrote:
If Caldwell and rail win the election then just move Ewa and there will be better sewer, roads, bridges, and water lines. The focus appears to be "why fix the problems when you can build new somewhere else."
on October 17,2012 | 12:56PM
Wazdat wrote:
OK people time to VOTE for BEN and get some COMMON SENSE and FISCAL RESPONSIBLITY back to this city.

The city and state CAN"T even MAINTAIN what we have now and they want to build a rail system ?


vote B E N

on October 17,2012 | 01:00PM
sailfish1 wrote:
Water main breaks, sewer spills, and road pothole problems occur far too frequently. Why? The City is wasting all our money on the rail fiasco.
on October 17,2012 | 01:08PM
allie wrote:
yup..ben is spot-on..he called it for what it is
on October 17,2012 | 04:04PM
twosense wrote:
Carlisle is still the mayor. What are his comments on all these problems which seem to be happening so often?
on October 18,2012 | 08:02AM
mcc wrote:
That's 3 for today. Vote for Ben, fix the infrastructure, stay solvent. No train to nowhere.
on October 17,2012 | 04:44PM
Eagle156 wrote:
on October 17,2012 | 09:29PM
loquaciousone wrote:
When is the City going to start fixing our basic infrastructure and stop concentrating only on rail?
on October 18,2012 | 07:24AM
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