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Here are today’s top West Hawaii news from “West Hawaii Today”, published in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii. Views expressed in this Hawaii news summary are those of the reporters and correspondents.
KAILUA-KONA — Some teams staggered their lineups while some aligned their members all on the same side of the thick rope. Some teams stood their participants close together, others farther apart. Some jerked, some leaned way back, and some didn’t have a strategy at all.
HILO — The recent purchase of the “Great Crack Property” in Ka‘u by the National Park Service concludes a plan 50 years in the making.
HILO — After more than 10 years of planning, a veterans center and senior housing complex in Hilo inched ever closer to completion Friday.
HILO — Some longtime vacation rental condos, by a quirk of zoning, are being swept up into a vacation rental bill while those just across Alii Drive are not, an issue that has a crowd ready to speak out at the Leeward Planning Commission meeting.
KEALAKEKUA— It was back to the BIIF and back to business for Konawaena against Keaau last week.
An important decision will be made by voters this November that, if passed, will amend Hawaii’s constitution. The ballot question reads, “Shall the legislature be authorized to establish, as provided by law, a surcharge on investment real property to be used to support public education?”
KAILUA-KONA — A judge has ordered a mental health exam for a 37-year-old man accused of vandalizing the Body Glove vessel Monday night as it sat moored in Kailua Bay.
HONOLULU — The vast majority of Hawaii’s state-regulated dams are considered to have “high hazard potential,” according to a 2017 infrastructure report by the American Society of Civil Engineers.