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Haiku Stairs’ demolition to begin late April, city says

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                                Mayor Rick Blangiardi held a news conference Wednesday at Kaneohe District Park to address the city’s Haiku Stairs removal project.
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Mayor Rick Blangiardi held a news conference Wednesday at Kaneohe District Park to address the city’s Haiku Stairs removal project.

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                                Above, a section of the Haiku Stairs along the ridge of the Koolau Range.
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Above, a section of the Haiku Stairs along the ridge of the Koolau Range.

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                                <strong>Austin Nakoa: </strong>
                                <em>He is president of The Nakoa Cos., which has been contracted to remove the Haiku Stairs </em>
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Austin Nakoa:

He is president of The Nakoa Cos., which has been contracted to remove the Haiku Stairs

CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / CRUSSELL@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Mayor Rick Blangiardi held a news conference Wednesday at Kaneohe District Park to address the city’s Haiku Stairs removal project.
COURTESY NAKOA COMPANIES
                                Above, a section of the Haiku Stairs along the ridge of the Koolau Range.
STARADVERTISER.COM
                                <strong>Austin Nakoa: </strong>
                                <em>He is president of The Nakoa Cos., which has been contracted to remove the Haiku Stairs </em>