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Restore the Natatorium, Save Kaimana Beach

3,056 Signatures Goal: 5,000

We, the undersigned, support the full restoration of the Waikiki War Memorial Natatorium to its intended use as a salt water swimming venue and "Living Memorial." A $1.2M engineering study of all alternatives supports our belief that restoration will cost less, better protect the marine conservation district, and provide greater recreational, economic and aesthetic benefits than demolishing the pool. Any attempts to remove or relocate portions of the facility constitute a breach of our commitment to honor the more than 10,000 people from Hawaii who served in WWI and will cause significant harm to Kaimana Beach and the surrounding reef. We have spent over $4M to restore the restrooms and bleachers. Let's finish the pool so our "Living Memorial" can once again be enjoyed by all.

Sponsor

This petition is sponsored by the Friends of the Natatorium, a 501-c3 organization that has worked to restore the memorial for over 20 years.

Links

Learn more about the Natatorium and activities at http://www.natatorium.org
  • Kirsten Harrison
    Kirsten Harrison United States, Kapolei
    Jul 04, 2015
    Jul 04, 2015
    Find support....find solutions...stop tearing down buildings and structures that we can no longer afford to build and start taking care of ones that exist!
  • John S. O'Keeffe
    John S. O'Keeffe United States, Columbus
    May 13, 2015
    May 13, 2015
    A wonderful project to remember those who serve our country.
  • Rick Cutshaw
    Mar 03, 2015
    Mar 03, 2015
    I would HRT from Aina aina to Waikiki to board at Walls when a kid, swam or just hung out at Nat often. It must be saved as one of the few remaining landmarks or Territorial days and Hawaiian nbear history. I know many are licking chops wanting land to develop...already too much in Waikiki, where is Hawaii...not there.
  • Rick Cutshaw
    Rick Cutshaw United States, Greenville
    Mar 03, 2015
    Mar 03, 2015
    I would HRT from Aina aina to Waikiki to board at Walls when a kid, swam or just hung out at Nat often. It must be saved as one of the few remaining landmarks or Territorial days and Hawaiian nbear history. I know many are licking chops wanting land to develop...already too much in Waikiki, where is Hawaii...not there.
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    Kirsten Harrison United States
    3 days ago
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    John S. O'Keeffe
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    Rick Cutshaw
    4 months ago
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