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Home lands construction leaves neighbors rattled

Residents of Waimanalo lodge complaints over the damage their homes sustain from work on Native Hawaiians' housing

By Rob Perez

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Mar 17, 2014

~~<p>The vibrations from the Wai&shy;ma&shy;nalo construction site were so bad last year that neighbors found small cracks appearing in their outdoor retaining walls, interior surfaces, concrete pads and a few windows.</p>
<p>One homeowner had to replace his 2-month-old water heater, which cracked and began leaking.</p>
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The vibrations from the Wai­ma­nalo construction site were so bad last year that neighbors found small cracks appearing in their outdoor retaining walls, interior surfaces, concrete pads and a few windows.

One homeowner had to replace his 2-month-old water heater, which cracked and began leaking. Login for more...



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