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CVS Health invests nearly $35 million in affordable housing, preschools

CVS Health on Wednesday announced an investment of almost $35 million for affordable housing developments in Kapolei and Lahaina. The contributions will go towards the construction of new affordable housing units, which has already begun, as well as the development of new early childhood education options for residents in the new communities and their surrounding areas.
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State Rep.Kyle Yamashita, left, Steve Colón, left, executive vice president of Hunt Companies, Scott Sutton, regional director of CVS Health and Jessica Lee Bal-Feliciano, area manager of ThirtyOne50 Management.
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State Rep.Kyle Yamashita, left,Jessica Lee Bal-Feliciano, area manager of ThirtyOne50 Management, Steve Colón, executive vice president of Hunt Companies, Scott Sutton, regional director of CVS Health, Alana Kobayashi Pakkala, manager and EVP of The Kobayashi Group, Lt. Gov. Sylvia Luke, and State Rep. Tyson Miyake.
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Scott Sutton, regional director of CVS Health, Alana Kobayashi Pakkala, manager and EVP of The Kobayashi Group, Lt. Gov. Sylvia Luke, and State Rep. Tyson Miyake.
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Jessica Lee Bal-Feliciano, area manager of ThirtyOne50 Management, speaks on Wednesday.
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State Rep.Kyle Yamashita, left, Steve Colón, executive vice president of Hunt Companies, Scott Sutton, regional director of CVS Health, Jessica Lee Bal-Feliciano, area manager of ThirtyOne50 Management, Alana Kobayashi Pakkala, manager and EVP of The Kobayashi Group, Lt. Gov. Sylvia Luke, and State Rep. Tyson Miyake.
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Steve Colón, left, executive vice president of Hunt Companies, Scott Sutton, regional director of CVS Health and Jessica Lee Bal-Feliciano, area manager of ThirtyOne50 Management.

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