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It's not necessary to close Laniakea support park

By Mahina Chillingworth

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Dec 04, 2013

~~<p>The importance of public coastal access and the availability of recreational and cultural activities for Hawaii's families are widely acknowledged. Parks on Oahu's North Shore play an essential role in providing these opportunities.</p>
<p>Despite widespread community support for keeping the &quot;Laniakea support park&quot; open to the public, the state Department of Transportation (DOT) is moving ahead with plans to block off the city Parks Department-owned, 3-acre site. DOT will remove approximately 75 actively used parking spaces at Laniakea by placing barricades along Kamehameha Highway.</p>
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The importance of public coastal access and the availability of recreational and cultural activities for Hawaii's families are widely acknowledged. Parks on Oahu's North Shore play an essential role in providing these opportunities.

Despite widespread community support for keeping the "Laniakea support park" open to the public, the state Department of Transportation (DOT) is moving ahead with plans to block off the city Parks Department-owned, 3-acre site. DOT will remove approximately 75 actively used parking spaces at Laniakea by placing barricades along Kamehameha Highway. Login for more...



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