Aloha e Friends,

Hope you all have a wonderful, relaxing Thanksgiving.

I got word from the City that they didn’t start the much-anticipated Kamokila Blvd./Farrington Hwy. repaving project, which will stretch from the Kapolei Golf Course to Zippy’s (Nau Place), on November 6th as planned.

Here’s the latest update from the City:

“The contractor will pave Farrington Hwy on the town side of Fort Barrette from Walmart out toward Kapolei Golf Course. Following Farrington paving, the contractor will pave Kamokila from Chili’s restaurant toward Nau Place. I anticipate this work on Kamokila to begin in late January. Part of the reason for adjusting the sequence is the upcoming annual lane closure restriction during the holiday season. The contractor didn’t want to begin paving Kamokila and then have to stop.”

Please feel free to contact me at 586-6830 or email sengabbard@capitol.hawaii.gov if I can help you or your family in any way. You can also follow me on Twitter @senmikegabbard, Instagram @sengabbard, or Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/senmikegabbard

Me ke aloha pumehana, 

Mike Gabbard, State Senator, District 20

Chair, Agriculture and Environment Committee

 


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