DHHL breaks ground on Kona residential homestead lots

  • Kahu Danny and Anna Akaka perform a blessing for the ground breaking in Kealakehe to mark the beginning of a $13.8 million capital improvement project that will provide 125 lots for Native Hawaiian beneficiaries. (Megan Hadley/West Hawaii Today)

  • Construction equipment is seen at the 125-lot residential subdivision Wednesday. (Megan Hadley/West Hawaii Today)

  • Kahu Danny and Anna Akaka perform a blessing for the ground breaking in Kealakehe to mark the beginning of a $13.8 million capital improvement project that will provide 125 lots for Native Hawaiian beneficiaries. (Megan Hadley/West Hawaii Today)

  • The Department of Hawaii Homelands Wednesday morning broke ground in Kealakehe to mark the beginning of a $13.8 million capital improvement project that will provide 125 lots for Native Hawaiian beneficiaries. (Megan Hadley/West Hawaii Today)

  • The Department of Hawaii Homelands Wednesday morning broke ground in Kealakehe to mark the beginning of a $13.8 million capital improvement project that will provide 125 lots for Native Hawaiian beneficiaries. (Megan Hadley/West Hawaii Today)

The Department of Hawaii Homelands Wednesday morning broke ground in Kealakehe to mark the beginning of a $13.8 million capital improvement project that will provide 125 lots for Native Hawaiian beneficiaries.