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City starts patching up Kakaako streets now owned by state

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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
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Bronson Cayetano, left, and Shy Kamoe-Kaleikini patch up Kawaiahao Street.
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House Speaker Scott Saiki, left, watches Bronson Cayetano, and Shy Kamoe-Kaleikini patch a pothole on Kawaiahao Street.
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Stewart Chong, of Stewart’s Auto Service watches repair trucks get ready to work.
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One of the larger potholes is seen on Kawaiahao Street.
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Stewart Chong, owner of Stewart’s Auto Repair waits anxiously for repairs to begin.
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Large potholes mar the surface of Kawaiahao Street in Kakaako.
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Shy Kamoe-Kaleikini packed down asiphalt before moving on to the next pothole.

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