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Tour highlights Kauai county building's rich history

By Cheryl Chee Tsutsumi

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jun 01, 2014

~~<p>Few people talk about their workplace with as much pride and passion as Kauai County Council Chairman Jay Furfaro. The Historic County Building, which recently turned 100 years old, houses the offices of the seven-member Kauai County Council, the county clerk and the Kauai Historical Society.</p>
<p>Once a month, Furfaro leads a tour of the imposing structure &mdash; a Lihue landmark that holds the distinction of being the oldest continuously used county building in Hawaii.</p>
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Few people talk about their workplace with as much pride and passion as Kauai County Council Chairman Jay Furfaro. The Historic County Building, which recently turned 100 years old, houses the offices of the seven-member Kauai County Council, the county clerk and the Kauai Historical Society.

Once a month, Furfaro leads a tour of the imposing structure — a Lihue landmark that holds the distinction of being the oldest continuously used county building in Hawaii. Login for more...



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