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The Honolulu Advertiser
Posted on: Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Renovation forces Kauai County Council to relocate

Associated Press

LIHUE, Hawaii —The Kauai County Council is moving. So is the Office of the County Clerk-Council Services Division.

They’re temporarily relocating from the Historic County Building in Lihue to the former Hale Kauai building on Wilcox Road in Nawiliwili.
County officials say the relocation is part of the county’s long-standing plan to renovate the Historic County Building. It’s been in the county’s capital improvement program budget for nearly 10 years.
Relocation is anticipated to take two weeks. The Office of the County Clerk-Council Services Division expects to be fully operational in its new location April 5.
During the transitional period, the public will have limited access to council records because they are being reorganized at the new Wilcox Road facility.
Information from: The Garden Island, http://www.kauaiworld.com/