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Infrastructure work set for Hawaiian Home Lands housing

Construction will start in November, Kauai County and state officials report

By Andrew Gomes

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Sep 20, 2012

~~<p>Home ownership for 51 Native Hawaiian families is getting closer to becoming a reality on Kauai, with construction of infrastructure on the second phase of the Pi&lsquo;ilani Mai Ke Kai subdivision in Anahola slated to begin in November.</p>
<p>State and Kauai County officials announced the schedule at a ceremonial groundbreaking event Wednesday at the site of the subdivision being developed by the state Department of Hawaiian Home Lands.</p>
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Home ownership for 51 Native Hawaiian families is getting closer to becoming a reality on Kauai, with construction of infrastructure on the second phase of the Pi‘ilani Mai Ke Kai subdivision in Anahola slated to begin in November.

State and Kauai County officials announced the schedule at a ceremonial groundbreaking event Wednesday at the site of the subdivision being developed by the state Department of Hawaiian Home Lands. Login for more...



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