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City opens affordable rental complex in McCully

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                                Jim Stone, a G70 architect, gathered with Blake Inouye, vice president of Inouye Contracting, in the community room.
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Jim Stone, a G70 architect, gathered with Blake Inouye, vice president of Inouye Contracting, in the community room.

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                                A blessing ceremony at 1936 Citron St. was held Monday to celebrate the completion of a 30-unit single-room occupancy project called Mohala Mai.
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A blessing ceremony at 1936 Citron St. was held Monday to celebrate the completion of a 30-unit single-room occupancy project called Mohala Mai.

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                                Lance Inouye, president of Ralph S. Inouye Co. Ltd., with Brittnie Lau of the Department of Land Management, toured one of the rooms that overlook Citron Street.
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Lance Inouye, president of Ralph S. Inouye Co. Ltd., with Brittnie Lau of the Department of Land Management, toured one of the rooms that overlook Citron Street.

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                                Lonnie Saunders, resident manager, and his son, Elkanah, visited one of the rooms, above.
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Lonnie Saunders, resident manager, and his son, Elkanah, visited one of the rooms, above.

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                                Jim Stone, a G70 architect, gathered with Blake Inouye, vice president of Inouye Contracting, in the community room.
CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                A blessing ceremony at 1936 Citron St. was held Monday to celebrate the completion of a 30-unit single-room occupancy project called Mohala Mai.
CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Lance Inouye, president of Ralph S. Inouye Co. Ltd., with Brittnie Lau of the Department of Land Management, toured one of the rooms that overlook Citron Street.
CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Lonnie Saunders, resident manager, and his son, Elkanah, visited one of the rooms, above.