Aloha and Welcome to the Oneʻula Beach Park Community Care Project.
Mahalo to all of the wonderful community members, volunteers and organizations who attended the Community Care Project at Oneʻula Beach Park in ʻEwa Beach on Saturday, September 26.
With nearly 200 attendees, this community project event was a success. Following a traditional Hawaiian blessing of the park by Kahu Calvin Eaton, ʻEwa Beach residents had the opportunity to walk the park, hear stories about the history, and learn the legacy of the park from longtime community members.
Residents also filled out comment cards about changes they would like to see at the park. Mahalo to those who provided input. I am looking forward to bringing your suggestions to the table as the City works with the residents to implement the vision for Oneʻula Beach Park.
For those who didn’t get a chance to attend, click here to leave your comments and suggestions.
Oneʻula Beach Park
Community Care Project
September 26, 2015.
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Finally, after ten years of being closed, a new bathroom is on its way at Oneula Beach Park. Contractors started work this week. Thank you to the mayor and my fellow councilmembers for supporting my funding request for this project!
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