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Hawaii officials scold Navy for delays in Red Hill defueling plan


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FORT SHAFTER, Hawaii – Hawaii lawmakers and health officials have chided Navy officials for delays in providing complete plans for defueling the Red Hill underground fuel storage facility that is the source of drinking water contamination on Oahu.

“[T]he Navy doesn’t seem to have the same sense of urgency that my constituents have and that the state of Hawaii has,” Hawaii Rep. Sonny Ganaden said at a briefing by Navy officials at the statehouse Tuesday.

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