Ige Reopens Kaua`i Park, Signs a Bill

HAENA, KAUA`I (Ben Caxton) — Hawai`i Governor David Ige was on Kaua`i yesterday to help celebrate the reopening of Haena State Park, and sign a bill extending disaster relief for the 2018 floods. Emergency responders, construction workers, public officials, and residents gathered at the park for a prayer and songs. While the park is accessible it is not yet open to the public. And once it is fully open new restrictions have been put in place to limit the number of tourists who can visit each day. The new plan puts a cap of 900 visitors per day. Reconstruction work has purposefully limited the amount of available parking on-site, which also must now be reserved in advance online, although shuttle buses will be available to help ease congestion on area roads.

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