The city has established two disaster recovery centers to provide services and information to people whose property was damaged by the recent heavy rain and flooding in East Honolulu and Waimanalo. BRUCE ASATO / [email protected] The city will open two disaster recovery centers to provide services and information. Household items sat in the front lawn and driveway of Thalia Tuohy’s home Sunday as a team of friends and helpers tried to salvage items. The city has established two disaster recovery centers to provide services and information to people whose property was damaged by the recent heavy rain and flooding in East Honolulu and Waimanalo. The centers, announced by Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell and Gov. David Ige during Wednesday’s news conference, will be available Monday through Thursday at Waimanalo District Park and Koko Head District Park. Recovery centers will be open at the following locations and times: >> Waimanalo District Park, 41-415 Hihimanu St., noon to 8 p.m. Monday and Wednesday. >> Koko Head District Park, 423 Kaumakani St., noon to 8 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday. Residents visiting the centers will be registered first, then invited to visit each of the participating organizations based on their particular needs. Residents should arrive… Read full this story
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