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Graphic Illustration #11: Interpretive Signage Options

Presented at the 12/10/08 public meeting. Display depicts four different interpretive signage options. Option 1 is an interpretive panel on a pole as currently seen in the Bayfront area. Option 2 is a bronze plaque on a lava boulder. Option 3 is an interpretive panel on a horizontal lava rock base. Option 4 is an interpretive panel on a vertical lava rock base. Thirty-one potential interpretive sites have been identified: (1) Ahupua`a of Hilo with an overview of the history of Hilo and Hilo Harbor; (2) the old railroad right-of-way; (3) fishponds; (4) Kanakea Pond (Ice Pond); (5) Banyan Drive and the "Hilo Walk of Fame"; (6) Makaoku Heiau; (7) Moku ola (Pu`uhonua, Healing Waters); (8) Moku ola (Kaula`inaiwi, Pua`akaheka) (9) Mauna Kea/Hilo Town; (10) Lili`uokalani Gardens/Waihonu Pond; (11) Breakwater; (12) Hilo Iron Works Building; (13) Hilo Bay; (14) `Ili Pi`opi`o/Shinmachi; (15) Ahupua`a Waiakea/Kukuau 1; (16) Ahupua`a Kukuau 1/Kukuau 2; (17) Agricultural (kipi) area; (18) Ahupua`a Kukuau 2/Ponohawai; (19) Ahupua`a Punahoa 1/Punahoa 2; Ahupua`a Punahoa 2/Piahonua; (22 & 23) Hilo Landing and Pier/Kaipalaoa Heiau; (24) Ahupua`a Pi`ahonua/Wailuku River; (25) Maui's Canoe; (26) Wailoa River/Small Boat Harbor; (27) Chiefly Hawaiian Fishponds; (28) Waiakea Mill; (29) Waiakea Mill/Moho`uli Pond; (30) Kalepolepo; (30) Ho`olulu Complex

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