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Kenoi to celebrate new water spigots (Aug. 15)


Mayor Billy Kenoi will join community members in Waiohinu to celebrate the opening of six new or improved water spigot facilities across the county.

These facilities offer residents safe and efficient locations where they can draw clean, potable water for household use.

The dedication ceremony will be 9 a.m. Monday, Aug. 15 at the Waiohinu Solid Waste Transfer Station.

Thousands of rural residents are served by household water catchment systems, and many rely on county-operated water spigots to obtain safe drinking water.

The installation or improvement of the county water spigot facilities is a project by the county Department of Water Supply and the county Department of Public Works.

One Response to “Kenoi to celebrate new water spigots (Aug. 15)”

  1. Jersey says:

    I think it is time to put an end to these wasteful and ridiculous celebrations of near nothingness. Why not a celebration because a County toilet flushed or one for each gallon of County water supplied. It is a spigot. That’s all. They had ceremonies and blessings for the takes 20 seconds to drive Pohoiki bypass, another for the Pahoa dump. These are not accomplishments to celebrate, they are basic government functions. Total idiocy.


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