Former North Shore Convalescent Home May Soon Shelter Sex Trafficking Victims
It was a difficult choice: Provide a home for a few dozen underage sex trafficking victims or a campus for a new intermediate school for as many as 200 North Shore kids.
In the end, it came down to which organization seemed better prepared.
On July 25, the state Board of Land and Natural Resources unanimously supported a recommendation from the Department of Land and Natural Resources’ Land Division to approve, in concept, a 30-year lease to the non-profit Ho`ola Na Pua, which provides housing and . . .
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