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Waking up Waterfront

Commercial use is on the table as plans to improve a Kakaako park take shape

By Andrew Gomes

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Feb 02, 2014

~~<p>Though it was built on hills of trash, Kakaako Waterfront Park isn't exactly a dump. Yet for most of its life, the state park has been viewed as underutilized, somewhat neglected and in need of enhancement to attract more public use.</p>
<p>The state agency that owns and manages the 30-acre park recently decided to create a master plan for improving the recreational area with more engaging and interactive facilities.</p>
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Though it was built on hills of trash, Kakaako Waterfront Park isn't exactly a dump. Yet for most of its life, the state park has been viewed as underutilized, somewhat neglected and in need of enhancement to attract more public use.

The state agency that owns and manages the 30-acre park recently decided to create a master plan for improving the recreational area with more engaging and interactive facilities. Login for more...



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