Work progresses on senior housing, adult day care facilities

JEFF HANSEL/Tribune-Herald Board members and administrators of Hawaii Island Adult Care pose with a check from the Bank of Hawaii Foundation in front of the new building, which is under construction. Keith Kato, executive director of the ‎Hawaii Island Community Development Corporation; Roberta Chu, a senior vice president with Bank of Hawaii; Paula Uusitalo, former HIAC director; and Amy Honda, a Bank of Hawaii vice president.
JEFF HANSEL/Tribune-Herald Phase 2 of Mohouli Senior Residences has been completed and is fully occupied. Pathways are covered to allow residents to stroll and interact even on rainy days.

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Hawaii Island Adult Care board members and administrators tour the new facility, which will abut Mohouli Senior Residences in Hilo, with Keith Kato, executive director of Hawaii Island Community Development. Phase 2 of Mohouli Senior Residences is complete and fully occupied. Phase 3 construction is scheduled to start this summer.

Mohouli Senior Residences in Hilo completed Phase 2 of construction and is fully occupied.