$100,000 in CIP Funds Released for Volcano Road Improvements

Governor Neil Abercrombie has released $100,000 in CIP funds for the Volcano Road and Drainage Improvements in the vicinity of Kulani Road. In releasing these funds, the Governor also expressed his appreciation for the work involved in securing these projects for the district.
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The Governor stated, “I understand how important these projects are to the people you serve in your district. I look forward to working together to see its completion. I hope that together we can work to decrease unemployment, jump start business activity, and get our people back to work while strengthening our communities across Hawai’i.”

Senator Russell Ruderman expressed his delight in the release of the CIP funds saying, “The release of CIP funds for the Volcano Road intersection and drainage improvements is a welcome influx of needed funding to improve the infrastructure and safety for our community. I appreciate the Governor’s New Day Work Projects initiative and thank him for his personal attention to this matter. Projects like this will help make our community safer while giving a much needed push towards reducing unemployment in our district.”

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