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Haleiwa project a step toward better future

By Kalani Fronda

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Oct 14, 2012

~~<p>It's a tough task to make something that's already so good even better. But that's the challenge Kamehameha Schools &mdash; with much community input &mdash; is tackling in Haleiwa.</p>
<p>Kamehameha Schools owns the land along Kamehameha Highway where iconic shave ice shops now sit. Kamehameha's zone-change application was unanimously approved by the City Council earlier this month, moving the schools' $12.6 million redevelopment project another important step closer to reality.</p>
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It's a tough task to make something that's already so good even better. But that's the challenge Kamehameha Schools — with much community input — is tackling in Haleiwa.

Kamehameha Schools owns the land along Kamehameha Highway where iconic shave ice shops now sit. Kamehameha's zone-change application was unanimously approved by the City Council earlier this month, moving the schools' $12.6 million redevelopment project another important step closer to reality. Login for more...



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