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Wednesday, July 30, 2014         

WELCOME TO KAHUKU VILLAGE / PART 1


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A Village Divided

A developer’s plan for former plantation housing splinters a once tight knit Kahuku community

By Andrew Gomes

~~<p><strong>FIRST OF 3 PARTS</strong></p>
<p>Jim Camit and Glen Maghanoy are neighbors, friends and sons of Kahuku Sugar Mill workers. They both grew up in plantation housing, where there was a sense of shared destiny that blurred property lines.</p>
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FIRST OF 3 PARTS

Jim Camit and Glen Maghanoy are neighbors, friends and sons of Kahuku Sugar Mill workers. They both grew up in plantation housing, where there was a sense of shared destiny that blurred property lines. Login for more...



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