Officials divide Aloha Stadium district redevelopment plan
HONOLULU — Hawaii state officials have divided a plan to redevelop the site of Aloha Stadium into two parts with private partners determined through separate bids.
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They don’t have the money to do this. How many people in Hawai’i want to contribute to a college football team? Tax wise. Not much. It is like living in Herat, Afghanistan doing this project. Nobody from looking at it, knows where to start buying the materials, then sit down to have lunch at Jack In The Box. They are lost. And who cares about starting this project? It is not that important. Do you want to figure the numbers on this? I don’t. Not interested in the building of Aloha Stadium. This is again, a long ways down the road. There is no real cash and no real investment in the project by fans and fans who have money. This project may fail if nothing comes around. Like the real money in the bank already. And not just hearsay by a governor. Big deal on what that guy signed.