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East Side bike path regulars restore damaged signs

  • Dave Haggland/Courtesy photo

    Dave Haggland says he isn’t going anywhere, and will replace the new signs when they fade in the future.

  • Dave Haggland/Courtesy photo

    Tommy Noyes, executive director of the nonprofit Kaua‘i Path, approached the county to fund the new signage.

  • Cynthia Welti/Courtesy photo

    From left: Rob Nelson met Dave Haggland this summer, and helped his new friend make his vision a reality.

  • Dave Haggland/Courtesy photo

    From left: Rob Nelson, Tommy Noyes and Dave Haggland, electric drills in hand, stand at one of 24 signs they installed along Ke Ala Hele Makalae, the East Side bike path.

KAPA‘A — A frequent visitor to Ke Ala Hele Makalae, the multi-use path from Lydgate Beach Park to Ahihi Point, has fulfilled a longtime wish to restore its defaced signage.

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