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Kona scenic byway committee meets Jan. 17


The Mamalahoa Kona Heritage Scenic Byway Committee meets 8 a.m. each Tuesday at the Holuakoa Cafe to develop the Corridor Management Plan (CMP) for the 10-mile Mamalahoa Kona Heritage Corridor Byway from Palani Junction to the Honalo Junction.

The public is welcome at all of the Pulama and Corridor meetings. The next date is Jan. 17.

The state has funded this plan to help assess, enhance and maintain intrinsic qualities; hire consultants to report on traffic safety measures, geography, cartography and the historic buildings and sites that Pulama ia Kona, the sponsor of the byway, wants to protect.

On Hawaii’s first Scenic Byway property owners will not be affected directly but will be encouraged to voluntarily maintain the historic character of their buildings and appreciate the historic aspects of the corridor.

Websites will provide residents and visitors with information about where to find amenities along this roadway. These websites will also have a calendar of important and interesting events along the byways.

For further information, call either Tomoe at 329-3058 or Marni at 987-2171, or visit and

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