SUNDAY, June 3, 2012


      Carroll talks with concerned citizens regarding the new bus schedule.     K. C. Connors talks about cuts to Route 55 (Circle Island)  servicing  Kaneohe, the North Shore, Haleiwa, and Wahiawa.   Huge crowds attended community meetings with TheBus to discuss potential problems, but the cuts were made anyway.    MaryAnne Long is particularly concerned with children and the elderly waiting an hour or more at the bus stops.    Since the Circle Island route will no longer go "circle island",  what will tourists do?   Other callers talk about bus cuts and rail in their areas, asking people to step up and meet with HART and the Mayor to help resolve problems.   

      The second hour Douglas Oringer talks about radioactive blue fin tuna found in California.  When he asked the Hawaii Department of Health (DOH), they said they do not have plans to test fish in Hawaii.  Doug also mentions the possibility of radioactive rainwater in catchment systems used on the Big Island of Hawaii.  The DOH said they do not regulate rainwater. What's in our food, and why isn't  DOH  testing or discussing it?     Doug wonders why our elected officials do not listen to us, and do not abide by their oath of office.    




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