Gov. Ige Drastically Cuts Funds For Public Housing

02/09/2015 12:37 pm ET | Updated Feb 09, 2015
Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Dozens of Hawaii’s public housing projects have an immediate repair and maintenance backlog totaling an estimated $275 million.

Over the next decade, that amount is expected to grow to over $820 million, more than the facilities backlogs for public schools and colleges combined.

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