Mauna Kea summit road reopened

Star Advertiser: David Ige on Monday said he planned to sign off on a 120-day emergency rule restricting access to the area. The access road to the Mauna Kea summit area was reopened Monday afternoon after damage caused by protesters forced its closure for more than two weeks. The University of Hawaii, which manages the summit area, said the road was reopened at 3 p.m. after repairs were made to the roadway. Protesters on June 24 had blocked the road with rocks and boulders. The university said vehicular......

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