The future of Ala Moana Beach Park was the topic of a public meeting Tuesday night hosted by the city.
Officials are urging residents to give their input on how to make the 80-year-old park better.
“We just want to leave the park as is. You know, clean up the restrooms, help the homeless out but just save the park,” said park user Wade Nakai.
The city spent $1.2 million to hire a New York firm to help draw up plans and do an environmental assessment to redevelop the park.
If you missed Tuesday’s meeting, you can still give your input online here.