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Donovan Secured for You:

Transportation

  • $17M to rehabilitate the Kipapa Stream Bridge on Kamehameha Highway

  • $13.4M to repave Kamehameha Highway from Wahiawā to Weed Circle as requested by the community 

  • $799K for pedestrian improvements on Whitmore Avenue as requested by the community

  • $13M for a pedestrian and bicycle access between Wahiawā and Whitmore as referenced in the Wahiawā Town Master Plan

  • $11M to rehabilitate Karsten Thot Bridge 

  • Repavement of Whitmore Avenue as requested by the community

 

Wahiawā General Hospital and Wahiawā Community Health Center

  • $3.75M to renovate the emergency room at Wahiawā General Hospital 

  • $2.5M to Wahiawā General Hospital for financial assistance

  • $1M for patient care facilities and equipment as requested by Wahiawā General Hospital 

  • $1M to support emergency services at Wahiawā General Hospital 

  • $800K for repair and maintenance as requested by Wahiawā General Hospital 

  • $750K for the family practice residency program at Wahiawā General Hospital 

  • $500K for renovations as requested by Wahiawā Center for Community Health 

  • $350K  for renovation, bed replacements, and improvements as requested by Wahiawā General Hospital 

  • $250K to repave the parking lot at Wahiawā General Hospital 

  • $250K for the Wahiawā Center for Community Health

  • $180K for pilot telehealth projects in rural areas which includes Wahiawā


 

Public Safety

  • $11.5M for the future First Responders Tech Campus

  • $7.4M  to plan and design the First Responders Tech Campus

  • $15.225M to purchase Lot 17 for the First Responders Tech Campus  

  • $3.85M for an ambulance facility for Central O`ahu 

 

State Parks and Recreation

  • $1.5M for walking paths and site improvements at the Wahiawā Freshwater Park as referenced in the Wahiawā Town Master Plan and requested by Wahiawā Blue Zones and Wahiawā CBDO

  • $250K for community planning at the Wahiawā Freshwater Park as referenced in the Wahiawā Town Master Plan and requested by Wahiawā Blue Zones and Wahiawā CBDO

 

Improving Our Community

  • $76M for the Wahiawā Civic Center Complex

  • $250K for planning at the Wahiawā Civic Center to include a new District Court for Wahiawā as referenced in the Wahiawā Town Master Plan 

  • $150K for community projects in the district as requested by Wahiawā CBDO (GIA)

  • $150K to Surfing the Nations for the STN Community Outreach and Training Center (GIA)

 

Homelessness

  • $110K for a New Wahiawā Family Center to support families who are experiencing homelessness or are on the brink of homelessness in Central Oahu and North Shore as requested by Family Promise Hawai'i (GIA)

  • $300K for The Wahiawā HoM Project - Permanent Supportive Housing as requested by ALEA Bridge (GIA)

  • $200K to conduct homeless outreach services in Central Oahu as requested by ALEA Bridge (GIA)

  • $1M for the Wahiawā Navigation Center as requested by ALEA Bridge (GIA)

Donovan in the News:

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Donovan is Committed to Our Community

 

Senator Dela Cruz is pleased that his district schools and projects were the recipient of state funding for much needed repairs, maintenance, construction, and other critical needs, several for which senator was instrumental in obtaining funding.

 

Senator Dela Cruz believes that the State must make a solid commitment to ensure that native forests and agricultural lands will be around for now and for generations to come. Understanding the important role that native forests play in the State’s water resources and economy, Senator made it one of his top priorities to generate and direct funding towards the preservation of these irreplaceable resources.    

 

As the Chair of the Senate Committee on Water, Land, & Housing, Senator Dela Cruz was instrumental in ensuring that $2.5 million for the watershed initiative was allocated, to be expended on projects that include invasive species removal, construction and ongoing maintenance of fences, control of other forest threats, and restoration.

 

Senator Dela Cruz introduced Senate Bill 2378, which was passed, which requires any State agencies, counties, or non-profit land conservation organizations seeking funding through the Legacy Land Conservation Fund to acquire property, to provide a conservation or agricultural easement on the property acquired.

CLIFFORD HONJIYO

Whitmore Village resident 

"Senator Dela Cruz makes me proud of being a resident in this town. He's a product of Wahiawā and shows it with pride." 

LESLIE MING

Wahiawā resident 

"Donovan's proven to be effective and supportive. He is successful in getting funds year in and year out for Wahiawā General Hospital, Wahiawā Center for Community Health and the entire Central O`ahu community. Donovan's has my vote and loyalty as he continues to do great work!" 

BRYAN CHEPLIC

Mililani Mauka resident 

"Senator Dela Cruz works tirelessly to represent our community. He has an

open-door policy and is always willing

to listen to our needs." 

MELANIE MARTIN 

Mililani Mauka resident 

"Senator Dela Cruz has been a great representative for Mililani Mauka. 
He is always thinking of ways to

improve our community. Please support

his candidacy as our State Senator!" 

Mailing Address:

Friends of Donovan Dela Cruz 

P. O. Box 860340

Wahiawā, HI 96786

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