MANOA RESIDENTS INVITED TO INFORMAL BRIEFING – Learn about what’s involved in project to reduce flooding hazardPosted on May 22, 2018 in Latest News
MANOA RESIDENTS INVITED TO INFORMAL BRIEFING
Learn about what’s involved in project to reduce flooding hazard
Manoa residents are invited to attend an informal briefing to learn about a Department of Land and Natural Resources stream maintenance improvement project, done in collaboration with UH and the City and County of Honolulu. The nine-month project will reduce sediment deposits, and improve the stream carrying capacity and public health and safety during large rain events
Contractor Frank Coluccio Construction Co. will be repairing the grouted riprap apron upstream and downstream of the Woodlawn Drive bridge, do maintenance dredging of the Manoa Stream for approximately 400 linear feet downstream of the Woodlawn Drive bridge, and remove potential tree hazards close to the stream during construction.
A previous meeting about the project was held on Monday, May 7, 2018, at the Noelani Elementary School cafeteria.
What: Community briefing
When: 10 a.m. Tuesday May 22
Where: Woodlawn Drive at the Woodlawn Bridge near the UH Faculty Housing
With: Suzanne Case, DLNR Chairperson
DLNR Engineering staff
Frank Coluccio Construction Co.
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