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Leahi Beach Park fence might block access to shoreline path indefinitely

  • 2020 January 10 - Honolulu Star-Advertiser photo by Jamm Aquino/jaquino@staradvertiser.com A steel fence is seen at Leahi Beach Park near Diamond Head on Friday, January 10, 2020 in Honolulu. The City is removing one of the fences they recently erected that is blocking sea wall footpath access between Makalei and Leahi Beach Parks. In 2018, the City settled a lawsuit by a plaintiff that fell and sustained injury while walking on the right-of-way near Leahi Beach Park. In an effort to avoid a similar incident from occurring in the future, the City recently erected fencing that restricts access to the area.

    2020 January 10 - Honolulu Star-Advertiser photo by Jamm Aquino/jaquino@staradvertiser.com A steel fence is seen at Leahi Beach Park near Diamond Head on Friday, January 10, 2020 in Honolulu. The City is removing one of the fences they recently erected that is blocking sea wall footpath access between Makalei and Leahi Beach Parks. In 2018, the City settled a lawsuit by a plaintiff that fell and sustained injury while walking on the right-of-way near Leahi Beach Park. In an effort to avoid a similar incident from occurring in the future, the City recently erected fencing that restricts access to the area.

The question of whether your cup is half empty or half full can now be applied to the Diamond Head shoreline walkway between the city’s Makalei and Leahi beach parks. Read more

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