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A "charette" was held at the Capitol Auditorium on Saturday, November 14, to a standing room only audience, on the future development of Honolulu's waterfront. Three exciting concepts were presented by architectural groups represented by Ty Sutton, Don Goo and Lew Ingleson ranging from open space, parks and promenades from Sand Island to Ala Moana Park, to lakes and waterways connecting downtown to Waikiki to a convention center and 10,000 hotel rooms.
The charette was moderated by Aaron Levine who explained that the architectural groups were instructed to plan for the future in a large visionary sense--and they did that.
Public input was noted on Saturday and at previous meetings with varied groups including League. A concentrated planning session including the rest of Saturday and Sunday resulted in the three concepts presented to Governor Waihee.
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