Ewa-Pu’uloa District Park., near Keoneula Blvd and Fort Weaver Road.
Picture courtesy of Yelp.
A constituent recently reached out to Councilmember Pine’s office reporting a broken fence at Ewa-Pu’uloa District Park. Residents had waited long for this beautiful park to be completed in 2014, but were disheartened that within a year of being opened, the fence was damaged by a car accident.
Councilmember Pine worked with Leeward Oahu Parks Manager Dexter Liu to put in a work request to have the fence repaired. The department now looks forward to fixing the fence in a timely manner, thanks to our residents.
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