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                                                                                                                                THE CARROLL COX SHOW  :  1080 AM




   SUNDAY, May 29, 2016


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          May 29, 2016, Honolulu, Hawaii.  
          Carroll talks about Andy Anderson and the restaurant, Haleiwa Beach House,  he recently opened after remodeling the old Jameson's Restaurant.  As we first reported in our May 8, 2016, show, he remodeled the old building, tripling the capacity, but did not get the proper permits before doing the work and opening for business.   In addition to the missing permits, the bigger problem is the capacity of the septic system is too small for the increased number of  customers and seepage is being noted in the adjacent fish pond.   Per an article in today's StarAdvertiser, Anderson says he had special courtesy consideration from the state to do the remodeling.    Why is he able to operate without the necessary permits and rules everyone else has to follow?  Once again it is politics, who you know, and special people getting special treatment from the government.    Carroll notes this is just one more example of ethical problems in the government.
          The parties responsible for this latest fiasco, and threat to our human health and  environment, are the State Department of Health and the City Department of Planning and Permitting (DPP).  Rules are in place to protect the people.  This is an immediate threat and Mayor Caldwell and the director of DPP should be out there, making sure laws are enforced and problems such as these are taken care of.    
          Furthermore, it should be noted Anderson is applying for a liquor license and will go before the Liquor Commission this week.  Some members of the public say a liquor license should not be issued because his restaurant does not have the permits required for a license and citations were finally issued this month.    A hearing regarding Anderson's liquor license will be held at 4 p.m. on June 2, at 711 Kapiolani Boulevard.  The public can attend.
          Blake McElheny, a North Shore resident,  participates in the conversation, expressing his concerns for the historical fish ponds, public health and social welfare.   McElheny says documents show Anderson was warned not to open the restaurant before permits were issued, but he went ahead and did it anyway, doing whatever he wanted.    McElheny also notes Anderson is operating equipment and spreading asphalt on  adjacent city park and for parking, treating public land as his personal property.    
          Carroll and Blake also discuss seepage from the current septic system and the need for a sewage treatment facility on the property.    
          Link here to the HawaiiNewsNow story regarding restaurant violations Carroll did with Rick Daysog on May 12, 2016.  

                                  Notice the cars parked on adjacent public property
          This type of situation repeats itself over and over.  The state has a legal obligation to enforce the laws.    The Liquor Commission, the Department of Planning and Permitting, and the Health Department are wrong, and this is corruption at its worse.    Why is the state making  the citizens the "policemen", and nothing is done until the public reports problems and argues the issues?     It is the government that is the real problem.    If this is the way government conducts business, of course businessmen will take advantage of whatever they can.  











                                        The Haleiwa Beach House, by the ocean and fishpond



                                                                 Haleiwa area around the restaurant

















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        They have been neutered or spayed, and they are litter box trained.   Now, all  they need is your love.  Who can resist a new kitten?


        To adopt, call Carroll at 782-6627, or email carroll@carrollcox.com.     

        Carroll continues his discussion about local issues on Olelo Public Television, Channel 54.  
        Link here to a list of his shows.  They can also be viewed on  Olelo video on demand  








                    Follow:  Carroll Cox,  Blake McElheny, Andy Anderson, Mayor Kirk Caldwell, Haleiwa Beach House, permit violations, septic system capacity, Hawaii State Department of Health, Department of Planning and Permitting, State Liquor Commission.