Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co. employees recently built and installed new fences around the perimeter of the Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum, relocating railroad tracks to a safer area, grading and clearing the open field and repairing some of the museum’s irrigation problems, according to Sugar Museum Director Roslyn Lightfoot. “What a difference their help has made,” Lightfoot said. “When you enter the parking lot, it is clean and inviting. It was great coming to work every day and seeing all the activity. The HC&S employees have a lot of pride in their work and in helping the museum. We really appreciated their support.” Located directly across from the HC&S Sugar Mill in Puunene, the nonprofit Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum houses artifacts, photos and documents that depict the history of sugar on Maui.