State Releases More Than $3 Million in CIP Funds For Big Island District 4 Projects

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The State of Hawai´i recently released $3,392,388 in funding for three capital improvement projects (CIP) in Honokaʻa and Honomū.

The CIP projects that received funding are as follows:

  • $2,642,388.00 for construction to develop subsistence agricultural lots in Honomū.
  • $750,000 to finance design for improvements at Honokaʻa Elementary and Honokaʻa Intermediate and High School to comply with current ADA standards.
  • $400,000 for architectural barrier removal at Honokaʻa Intermediate and High School.
  • $300,000 for architectural barrier removal at Honokaʻa Elementary School.


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