April 15, 2018, Honolulu, Hawaii.
Carroll's guest is Natalie Iwasa, a member of the Hawaii Kai Neighborhood Board, and now running for City Council. The district runs from Hawaii Kai to Kewalo Basin, so has many, diverse issues. Natalie says she is party independent One of her concerns is looking at management of the rail project, stopping rail at Middle Street, and the cost
of a bus or rail ride once it is finished. She is also concerned about maintaining our water and sewer systems, and coordinating the various agencies' efforts to fix them. Natalie's slogan is "Community Changing Campaign". One thing she wants to improve is to increase safe bicycle lanes. She also advocates more control over the trash we generate, including developing a plan to make it easier to reuse some items instead of
Contact Natalie at: www.natalieiwasa.com email: email@example.com on facebook at: natalie iwasa for city council, and on twitter. @NatalieIwasa
The second hour we hear from Richard Deconte. Carroll and Richard discuss elections and the government's response to citizens.
Carroll then talks about state-owned agricultural land in Poamoho, near Whitmore Village. The state purchased the land several years ago to promote small farms and agriculture. Unfortunately, it is only being used as an illegal dumping ground for cars, old asphalt, contaminants, and other items. Carroll notes, the state only bought the land to relieve the previous owner from the cost to clean it up.
Link here to our story on HawaiiNewNow
A few of the hundreds of cars hidden on Poamoho agriculture land