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Save Our Sherwoods Phase I
The general purpose of Save Our Sherwood is to protect and preserve the historical, cultural and natural resources of Waimanalo, Hawaii. Currently, the City & County are trying to develop 78 acres of the last coastal forest on our island of Oahu.
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Nūhou - News Articles
Jun. 18, 2020 Civil Beat
Caldwell Pulls Plug On Sherwood Forest Project
Apr. 5, 2020 Hawaiʻi News Now
Mayor defends decision to move forward with Waimanalo park project that drew protests
Jan. 14, 2020 Civil Beat
City Officials, Hawaiians Find Path Forward On Sherwood Forest Park
Jan. 13, 2020
City to proceed with first phase of Sherwood Forest project
Jan. 8, 2020
Citing flaw in charges, judge dismisses cases for 28 arrested at Waimanalo park protest
Dec. 19, 2019
Opponents of a controversial development project in Waimanalo say an agreement has been reached to scrap the plan.
Sep. 28, 2019
Save Our Sherwoods group held a press conference on lawsuit against city
Aug. 11, 2019
Dozens rally to "Save Our Sherwoods"
May 2019 Civil Beat
‘Save Sherwood Forest’: Anger Grows Over Planned Sports Complex
Hawaiʻi Pacific Collection
A study of the social characteristics of 13 Oahu communities by
Call Number: H 301 H75s
Publication Date: 1966
prepared for the Community Renewal Program of Honolulu; includes illustrations and maps
For more information on Oʻahu, go to Oʻahu - Wahi Pana.
Waimānalo - Vertical File (HR-VF) physically located in the Hawaiʻi Pacific Reserve Section