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Captain Cook fire station re-opens


Fire fighters at the Captain Cook Fire Station moved back into their quarters today at 82‑6120 Mamalahoa Highway following a three-month relocation due to repairs and renovations at their station.

The renovations were necessary to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act as well as to address the removal and abatement of hazardous materials repairs.

Fire Chief Darryl Oliveira would like to thank everyone involved in this project for their assistance in assuring a seamless relocation and renovation process. He also acknowledged and appreciated the public’s patience and understanding during the transition period.

Chief Oliveira expressed a special appreciation and thanks to Ms. Rita Pregana of the National Park Service for use of their Hale Na Opio support facility during the renovation period.

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