KAPA‘A — The Kapa‘a Public Library is nearly 70 years old.
Due to climate change and its impact on sea level rise, the library needs to be relocated.
The Hawai‘i State Public Library System has completed a preliminary evaluation of alternative sites and has identified a desirable location at the southern-most portion of the Samuel Mahelona Memorial Hospital campus.
HSPLS is seeking input from the community and encourages all who use the Kapa’a Public Library to participate in a short survey at https://arcg.is/nbXe4.
Survey participants may choose to be entered into a drawing for a $100 gas card.
Source: The Garden Island