Funded CIP Projects – Windward Oahu

2019 CIP Windward Oahu Rep Kitagawa Funded Projects HAWAIʻI HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES News Release – For immediate release May 31, 2019 Contact: Rep. Lisa Kitagawa 808-586-8540 repkitagawa@capitol.hawaii.gov Media Contact: Carolyn Tanaka 808-586-6133, 808-381-7752 tanaka@capitol.hawaii.gov CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR DISTRICT 48 TOTAL $30.5 MILLION Rep. Kitagawa secured funding for schools, other projects, passed measures on key issues Honolulu, Hawaiʻi – Capital Improvement Projects (CIP) earmarked for House District 48 through 2021 include $30.5 million targeting school, library, transportation, and hospital improvements. In addition to securing CIP funds, Representative Lisa Kitagawa (Kāneʻohe, Kahaluʻu, Waiāhole) introduced and was instrumental in passing measures aimed at education, conservation, and homelessness. “These projects and policies are our tax dollars at work, and it’s my job to ensure our community sees these funds and initiatives making a positive difference in their lives,” said Rep. Kitagawa. CIP District 48 funding for fiscal years 2019-2020 and 2020-2021: Schools • $525,000 for Benjamin Parker Middle School for a boundary survey, retaining wall replacements, and drainage improvements • $300,000 and $402,000 for Castle High School to replace stadium light fixtures and resurface the roadway and parking lot, respectively • $372,000 and $600,000 for Heʻeia Elementary School to upgrade fire alarms and improve campus drainage including Buildings B and C, respectively • $486,000 for Kahaluʻu Elementary School for a fire alarm upgrade • $2 million, $1.68 million, and $480,000 for Kapunahala...

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