Removing homeless from H-1 viaduct costs $400,000 a year
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State workers and prisoners worked for more than a week beginning Aug. 22 to remove the personal belongings of 90 homeless people living near the H-1 viaduct near Keehi Lagoon.
CRAIG T. KOJIMA / firstname.lastname@example.org
Workers piled up homeless people's belongings Aug. 25, before their removal from under Nimitz Highway.
Lucille Billianor, left, and Jarod Wong, who lived at the site for seven years, had their belongings taken away.
The cleanup crews filled more than 60 truckloads.
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