Posted by: Jo Ann Kocher on Fri, Feb 3, 2012
As announced previously, there will be a meeting on Monday, February 13, 2012 regarding the planned cemetery in Kamilonui Valley and the amount of asphalt material stockpiled for this purpose. Interest in this issue is high among Mariner’s Cove residents, as evidenced by the turnout at the first meeting on January 6, 2012.
Do you want to see for yourself those asphalt piles before the Monday, Feb 13th meeting? Mariner’s Cove resident, Dick Johnson, would like you to join him and other concerned residents on a group visit to the area. It is scheduled for Saturday, February 11, at 10 a.m.
If you can join them, drive or bike to the end of the valley for a short hike to the asphalt area. Here are the directions from Dick:
We will meet at the Aloha Aina O Kamilo Nui Nursery, 965 Kamilonui Place (right side, end of valley, wooden butterfly on black mailbox) at 10:00 am Sat Feb 11th. We will walk down a concrete driveway then slowly through high grass and bumpy ground for a short distance to the new gravel road. Two minutes down this road is the big asphalt staging area. Good fun for a short family outing on a Sat morning. You can take pictures of earth moving equipment, asphalt and the beauty of the deep valley and explore around. Stay as long as you want. Best to wear closed-toe sturdy shoes and bring some water and some type of a hiking pole for the short walk through the tall grass and uneven ground. It’s an easy hike that might take 15-20 minutes from your car to get to the asphalt area and your whole family can do it.
Got questions? Email them to Dick at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are unable to join us on 2/11, please e-mail Dick and we will try to arrange a second date.
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