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Leeward Oahu veterans clinic finally moves forward

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                                A rendering shows what the exterior of the ALOHA veterans clinic in Kalaeloa could look like.

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    A rendering shows what the exterior of the ALOHA veterans clinic in Kalaeloa could look like.

  • ASSOCIATED PRESS
                                <strong>“This lease award brings us one step closer to making the ALOHA project a reality for these veterans and is progress toward fulfilling the vision of Sen. Daniel K. Akaka, who first spearheaded this project working with local veterans.”</strong>
                                <strong>Mazie Hirono</strong>
                                <em>U.S. senator</em>

    ASSOCIATED PRESS

    “This lease award brings us one step closer to making the ALOHA project a reality for these veterans and is progress toward fulfilling the vision of Sen. Daniel K. Akaka, who first spearheaded this project working with local veterans.”

    Mazie Hirono

    U.S. senator

After years of delays, Veterans Affairs is moving ahead with an 88,675-square-foot outpatient clinic in Kalaeloa named after former Hawaii U.S. Sen. Daniel Akaka which is expected to greatly improve access to veteran care when it opens in the fall of 2024. Read more

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