HONOLULU (KHON2) — On Saturday, Sept. 4, from 8:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m., members of the Kaimuki Youth Development Organization (KYDO) will remove overgrown vegetation and litter along Koali Road, between Wai’alae Avenue and the end of Kanewai Community Park.
According to the City, volunteers will be partnered up with the its Malama O Ka Aina (MOKA) community volunteer program, which is administered by the Department of Facility Maintenance’s (DFM) Division of Road Maintenance (DRM).
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The purpose of this project, according to the City, is to create “a safer and more pleasant environment for the many people who commute and live on Koali Rd.”
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The City said due to present COVID-19 restrictions, the number of participants is being restricted to no more than 25 and safety protocols will be followed.
For more info, call 808-768-3606.