By Adam R Jacobson
RBR + TVBR
For nearly 32 years, a radio tower that holds the transmitters for the AM side of Honolulu’s No. 1 radio station — and four other stations — has stood at 450 feet near the corner of Dillingham Blvd. and Kokea Street in Honolulu.
Now, it may need to be moved under orders from the state of Hawaii.
That’s because “improvements” to Honolulu Harbor include new cranes, which is tied to the Aloha State’s efforts to increase cargo capacity at the port.