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Haleiwa redevelopment plan gets final Council approval

The Kamehameha Schools project will raze four buildings near shave ice store

By Gordon Y.K. Pang

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Oct 04, 2012

~~<p>The City Council gave final approval Wednesday to Kamehameha Schools' plan to make improvements to Haleiwa town, despite lingering concerns about traffic in the area.</p>
<p>The $12.6 million plan calls for redevelopment of a 4-acre area around historic Matsumoto Shave Ice. It would include tearing down four of nine existing buildings, including ones that house Aoki's Shave Ice and &lsquo;Iwa Gallery. There would be three new buildings and two existing structures, including the one housing Matsu&shy;moto, would stay in place and be restored, Kamehameha officials said.</p>
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The City Council gave final approval Wednesday to Kamehameha Schools' plan to make improvements to Haleiwa town, despite lingering concerns about traffic in the area.

The $12.6 million plan calls for redevelopment of a 4-acre area around historic Matsumoto Shave Ice. It would include tearing down four of nine existing buildings, including ones that house Aoki's Shave Ice and ‘Iwa Gallery. There would be three new buildings and two existing structures, including the one housing Matsu­moto, would stay in place and be restored, Kamehameha officials said. Login for more...



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