Keaukaha subdivision to get another $15M to encourage building on vacant lots

Top row, from left: 107 Pakele Lane, 119 Pakele Lane, 105 Lyman Avenue and 260 Lyman Avenue. Bottom row, from left: 82 Andrews Avenue, 399 Desha Avenue, 360 Desha Avenue and 333 Lyman Avenue. (HOLLYN JOHNSON/Tribune-Herald)

HILO — A project to renovate several properties in Keaukaha may be able to proceed after a state environmental assessment was published earlier this month.