The District Courthouse and Police Station is a rectangular shaped symmetrical two-story structure standing towards the front of a 25,000 square foot lot. There is a driveway entrance near the east and semi-circling around the back of the 90 x 48 foot structure.The District Courthouse and Police Station is the work of architect Frank Futoshi Arakawa. He may have been influenced by the work and efforts of architect Charles W. Dickey in achieving a Hawaiian style architecture.
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