With two projects, POM beautifies Manono Campus

The Planning, Operations and Maintenance Department at Hawai’i Community College has been working on two projects adjacent to the walkway that leads between buildings 387 and 388 on the Manono Campus. Above is a garden that William Rodrigues-Kaiwa (pictured at right) has spent a lot of time developing. It includes several types of native Hawaiian plants, stone benches, and stone landscaping. The bottom two photos show POM worker Maxwell Tom laying the groundwork before installing a section of grass at the corner of building 387 that will look similar to the patches of grass in the righthand side of the photo. 

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