Side Street Closures Along Ka’iminani Drive in North Kona for Resurfacing

Motorists are advised of street closures and detours along Ka’iminani Drive, in North Kona scheduled for Monday, April 29.  Closures and detours for the roadways listed are scheduled between the hours of 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM.  Detour signs will be posted along the streets directing motorists.  Residents on the side streets affected by the closure will receive flyers from the contractor, Jas W. Glover, a few days prior with information about the detour route.

Kaimini Drive

The traffic change is to allow road resurfacing and expected to last no later than May 17, 2013.

Scheduled street closures:
April 29-30
Ahiahi Street will be closed at Ka’iminani Drive affecting only southbound travel.
Traffic will be rerouted to Awakea Street to Ka’iminani Drive.

May 2
Oneone Street closure at Ka’iminani Drive will affect southbound travel.
Traffic will be rerouted to Awakea Street to Holoholo Street to Ka’iminani Drive

May 2-10
Keokeo Street closure will affect north and southbound travel.
The detour route for northbound travel will be Keokeo Street to Holu Street to Ahikawa Street to Aka Ula Street to Iliili Street to Ka’iminani Drive

Southbound travel will be routed to Ihumoe Street to Iliili Street to Ka’iminani Drive.

May 8-17
The Iliili Street closure will affect north and southbound travel.
Northbound motorists will use Iliili Street to Aka Ula Street to Ahikawa Street to Holu Street to Keokeo to Ka’iminani Drive.

The detour route for southbound travel is Ihumoe Street to Keokeo Street to Ka’iminani Drive.

This federally funded project in North Kona starts 103′ from the intersection with Highway 190 and ends at Ahiahi Street.  Improvements will focus on roadway reconstruction, and drainage improvements that include six-foot shoulders, tie-ins to private driveways on Ka’iminani, retaining walls and restriping of the roadway.

The $10 million improvement cost is shared with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) paying 80% and the County 20%.  Construction began in 2012 and scheduled for completion this year.

Commentary – Dear Legislators “Video on Frankenstein Bill”

Dear Legislators:
I am seeing quite a few bills that don’t meet the standards of an open and accessible government.
HB 252 Frankenstein
Such as, SB252 which unrelated language was inserted without notice or discussion.
Here is my view on this practice.  Enjoy the video.

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Frankenstein Bill from Jonas William on Vimeo.

SB 252