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Convoy protests construction of Sherwood Forest complex

  • BRUCE ASATO / BASATO@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                People turned out Sunday to express their opposition o the city’s plan to clear about four acres of Waimanalo Bay Beach Park, also known as Sherwood Forest, for a new complex. Justin Kauwe held a Hawaii flag as he greeted one of the 40-plus vehicles in the convoy that began in Pearl City and ended on the access road to the bay.

    BRUCE ASATO / BASATO@STARADVERTISER.COM

    People turned out Sunday to express their opposition o the city’s plan to clear about four acres of Waimanalo Bay Beach Park, also known as Sherwood Forest, for a new complex. Justin Kauwe held a Hawaii flag as he greeted one of the 40-plus vehicles in the convoy that began in Pearl City and ended on the access road to the bay.

A convoy of about 40 vehicles drove across the island Sunday — beginning in Pearl City and ending at Waimanalo’s Sherwood Forest — in a show of solidarity with Native Hawaiians protesting the building of a $1.4 million athletic field at the Waimanalo Bay Beach Park. Read more

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