Hawaii: Governor’s Supplemental Budget Request Includes $20 Million to Renovate University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Sinclair Library
From Honolulu Civil Beat:
Of the $120 million Gov. David Ige proposes to spend on capital projects at the University of Hawaii in his supplemental budget request, $20 million would go toward renovating and modernizing a 60-year-old library on the Manoa campus.
With its expansive first-floor foyer brightly lit by tall jalousie windows, and its worn pleather armchairs and cubicles, Sinclair Library has morphed from a place to borrow books to an all-night study spot.
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