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New County Council office open in Puna


Councilman Greggor Ilagan, of District 4, has reopened his office in Puna after months of renovations and building improvements to the old Pahoa Police Substation.

“The public needs easy access to their government, and this new office will help achieve that goal,” Ilagan said.

The new office is located at 15-2879 Pahoa Village Road, Pahoa HI, 96778, and is open 7:45 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.

The previous office, located at the Malama Marketplace, was closed due to budgetary concerns.

This office move saves taxpayers more than $24,000 annually in rent and associated fees.

This space will
also be available for other County departments to utilize as needed.

Immigration services will operate from this office every first Friday of the month. Other services from the Housing and Mass Transit Department may become available in the future.

“Please come and visit; our doors are open for anyone with concerns, comments and suggestions,” Ilagan said.

The video conferencing site for public testimony will remain at the Pahoa Neighborhood Facility, 15-2710 Kauhale Street, Pahoa HI, 96778.

For more information, visit:

Direct inquiries can be made by contacting Greggor Ilagan at 965-2712, or via email at

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