DLNR to Break Ground for New Maalaea Ferry TerminalDecember 1, 2010, 7:52 AM HST · Updated December 1, 7:58 AM 0 Comments
The state department of land and natural resources will break ground on harbor improvements at Maalaea this Friday. The ceremony will be followed by a public information meeting at 5 p.m. in the Sea Flight Building. Improvements include the construction of a new ferry terminal building, waste water treatment plant, concrete paved roadways and parking areas, new piers, vessel sewage pump-out facilities, electrical upgrades and a new comfort station.
VIP’s in attendance will include DLNR Chief Engineer Carty Chang, Governor Linda Lingle, Ryther Barbin, Senator Roz Baker, and Representative Angus McKelvey. A blessing will be led by Kahu Kalani Wong of Kamehameha Schools.
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