City starts patching up Kakaako streets now owned by state
By Craig T. Kojima |
April 6, 2021
| Updated on April 7, 2021 at 12:39 am
Shy Kamoe-Kaleikini and Bronson Cayetano lay down asphalt in front of Stewart’s Auto Service. A city crew began patching potholes on several Kakaako streets on Tuesday that were returned to public ownership by a state judge in February
Bronson Cayetano, left, and Shy Kamoe-Kaleikini patch up Kawaiahao Street.
House Speaker Scott Saiki, left, watches Bronson Cayetano, and Shy Kamoe-Kaleikini patch a pothole on Kawaiahao Street.
Stewart Chong, of Stewart’s Auto Service watches repair trucks get ready to work.
One of the larger potholes is seen on Kawaiahao Street.
Stewart Chong, owner of Stewart’s Auto Repair waits anxiously for repairs to begin.
Large potholes mar the surface of Kawaiahao Street in Kakaako.
Shy Kamoe-Kaleikini packed down asiphalt before moving on to the next pothole.