Questions for DHHL, and Invite to be on Carroll Cox Show
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Subject: Re: Invitation to radio show and request for information
Date: Fri, March 07, 2014 12:53 pm
To: Carroll Cox <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Aloha Mr. Cox!
Thanks you for the invitation. The department cannot comment at this time due to ongoing litigation regarding this matter.
From: Carroll Cox <email@example.com>
Date: 03/04/2014 11:02 PM
Subject: Invitation to radio show and request for information
To: Ms. Jobie Masagatani
Mr. Puni Aloha Chee
Department of Hawaiian Homelands
On Sunday, March 7, 2014, Mr. Leonard L. Low, his attorney Mr. Paul
Herran, and other owners of property located in the State of Hawaii-
Department of Hawaiian Homelands Lalamilo Housing will be appearing on
my show "the Carroll Cox Show" to discuss ongoing issues with their
Individual Wastewater Systems (IWS).
I would like to extend an
invitation to you or a DHHL representative to join in the on air
conversation and provide answers to the concerns the above property
owners have with the IWS on their properties. If you or anyone else
from your office, or the DHHL, can participate in the on air
conversation, you may call in to the show at 808-524-1080. The show
airs from 9 am to 11 am on Sunday morning.
Some of the questions we will be seeking answers to include:
Are all of the IWS within this development adequately installed and
designed to sufficiently address the waste treatment needs of each home?
Who is responsible for the upgrading or redesigning of the IWS on the properties in the Lalamilo development?
Does the DHHL believe that the engineers and the contractor are responsible for the inadequate function of the IWS?
When did the DHHL determine that the IWS installed by the contractor on
the properties in the Lalamilo development were inadequate and do not
properly treat the waste generated by each home?
How was the
determination made to conclude that the IWS are not designed and
installed to address the treatment of waste generated by each home?
How much will it cost to retrofit or correct the problems presented by each IWS?
Who is responsible for the cost to retrofit or correct the problems associated with the IWS?
Has the DHHL informed each homeowner that it has determined that their
IWS is not adequate to address their waste disposal needs?
You may listen to our live broadcast on the radio at 1080 AM or live stream on the internet at carrollcox.com.