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Replacement work avoids funding halt at Aloha Stadium

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                                A rendering of Aloha Stadium’s renovation includes redevelopment of the surrounding state land with possible housing, retail and other uses.

    COURTESY PHOTO

    A rendering of Aloha Stadium’s renovation includes redevelopment of the surrounding state land with possible housing, retail and other uses.

  • STAR-ADVERTISER / 2019
                                <strong>“Our work on the procurement phase would come to a very slow halt eventually as our funding runs out. We’re very close to using that entire (initial) $10 million.”</strong>
                                <strong>Chris Kinimaka</strong>
                                <em>Public works administrator, state Department of Accounting and General Services</em>

    STAR-ADVERTISER / 2019

    “Our work on the procurement phase would come to a very slow halt eventually as our funding runs out. We’re very close to using that entire (initial) $10 million.”

    Chris Kinimaka

    Public works administrator, state Department of Accounting and General Services

A state agency has sidestepped what could have been a costly halt in a long- running effort to have a private developer redevelop Aloha Stadium and surrounding state land in Halawa. Read more

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