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Letter: Locals blocked from Kakaako

  • DENNIS ODA / DODA@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Howard Hughes Corp. held a blessing and groundbreaking event for their “Dynamic Open Green Space” which will be an open green plaza on Auahi St. in Kakaako. This is kumu Hinaleimoana Wong-Kalu (right) performing the blessing ceremony with the Howard Hughes Corp. people with their o’o sticks, turning over the soil. They are (l-r) Todd Apo, Vice President of Community Development, The Howard Hughes Corporation, Tyler Dillon, Executive Vice President, Layton Construction, Garret Kanemoto, HCDA, Micah Kane, President and CEO, Hawaii Community Foundation, Simon Treacy, President, Hawaii, The Howard Hughes Corporation, Doug Johnstone, Vice President of Development, The Howard Hughes Corporation, Race Randle, Senior Vice President of Development, The Howard Hughes Corporation and Bobbie Lau, General Manager, The Howard Hughes Corporation who are standing in the middle of what will be their “Dynamic Open Green Space.”

I saw a letter recently lamenting the lack of public park space in Kakaako (“Howard Hughes park unimpressive,” Star-Advertiser, Nov. 29). Read more

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