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Big Island fisherman catches a 1368-pound marlin
The He'eia fishpond used to be used for food by ancient Hawaiians. But now it's filled with invasive seaweed and algae. Paepae 'O He'eia, a non-profit organization, is trying to change all that by restoring the fishpond to it's natural state.
Community Services Director Gary Nakata says the city has signed a non-binding letter of intent for the property, which is listed at $6.9 million.
Puerto Rico will almost certainly be in default by Monday.
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