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City is urged to preserve Natatorium memorial

The natatorium must be kept intact, its supporters say

By Timothy Hurley

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jul 22, 2014

~~<p>Those who want to restore the deteriorating Wai&shy;kiki War Memorial Natatorium dominated a meeting Monday night designed to gather public input on what impacts the city must consider before it can proceed with an environmental study on the proposed demolition of the historic structure.</p>
<p>Veterans and members of the Friends of the Natatorium wore yellow &quot;save 'em&quot; T-shirts at Kai&shy;muki High School indicating they prefer preservation over demolition.</p>
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Those who want to restore the deteriorating Wai­kiki War Memorial Natatorium dominated a meeting Monday night designed to gather public input on what impacts the city must consider before it can proceed with an environmental study on the proposed demolition of the historic structure.

Veterans and members of the Friends of the Natatorium wore yellow "save 'em" T-shirts at Kai­muki High School indicating they prefer preservation over demolition. Login for more...



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