Honolulu Star-Bulletin - Friday, September 26, 2008
Members of the Board of Land and Natural Resources unanimously approved new rules for `Iolani Palace State Monument.
The approval comes after two separate groups — the Kingdom of Hawai`i and the Hawaiian Kingdom Government — locked the gates and occupied the grounds in April and August, respectively.
Kippen de Alba Chu, executive director of the Friends of `Iolani Palace, said he is pleased with the changes. He said security at the palace grounds will be increased and that includes the installation of more security cameras.
The project, estimated to cost $200,000, is expected to be put out to bid in the next couple of weeks.
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