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Going slow on Inouye Center was good call


POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Oct 19, 2013

~~<p>The University of Hawaii did the right thing by tapping the brakes on the Daniel K. Inouye Center, especially given that one regent has asked fellow board members to consider freezing new construction throughout the college system.</p>
<p>The late senator's family and former chief of staff asked the Board of Regents to slow down on the center, initially expedited at a proposed cost of $27.5 million, amid criticism that the project was being rushed through without enough public input. The board's assent to this request was correct and also inevitable.</p>
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The University of Hawaii did the right thing by tapping the brakes on the Daniel K. Inouye Center, especially given that one regent has asked fellow board members to consider freezing new construction throughout the college system.

The late senator's family and former chief of staff asked the Board of Regents to slow down on the center, initially expedited at a proposed cost of $27.5 million, amid criticism that the project was being rushed through without enough public input. The board's assent to this request was correct and also inevitable. Login for more...



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