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Waterline project delays full repave of Ward Avenue

By June Watanabe

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Aug 13, 2012

~~<p><strong>Question:</strong> When Ward Avenue was repaved between King and Beretania streets, the repaving stopped just short of the marked pedestrian crossing on Beretania. As a result, the crossing is still full of holes and breaks in the pavement. Why wasn&rsquo;t the street paved five more yards to include the pedestrian crossing?</p>
<p><strong>Answer:</strong> We&rsquo;re told a road repair supervisor has been assigned to assess the condition of the crosswalk area and make necessary repairs.</p>
~~

Question: When Ward Avenue was repaved between King and Beretania streets, the repaving stopped just short of the marked pedestrian crossing on Beretania. As a result, the crossing is still full of holes and breaks in the pavement. Why wasn’t the street paved five more yards to include the pedestrian crossing?

Answer: We’re told a road repair supervisor has been assigned to assess the condition of the crosswalk area and make necessary repairs. Login for more...



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