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Man’s dying wish was Waikiki park for kids

  • DENNIS ODA / DODA@STARADVERTISER.COM
    Bob Finley, top left, Jeff Apaka, Rep. Tom Brower, Walter Flood and Bill Lofquist gather at the lot that William Lee Sweatt, below, dreamed would someday be a public park. The lot has been used to store equipment for Waikiki improvement projects, right.
  • DENNIS ODA
    A lot at Seaside Avenue and Aloha Drive, purchased by the city in 2003 for a park, continues to be used instead as a staging area for construction projects. William Sweatt was instrumental in fighting for the park, even while battling leukemia.
  • DENNIS ODA / DODA@STARADVERTISER.COM
    The lot has been used to store equipment for Waikiki improvement projects.

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