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Caldwell begins series of town hall meetings

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 05:06 p.m. HST, May 01, 2013


Mayor Kirk Caldwell kicks off a monthlong series of town hall meetings across Oahu with a gathering at the cafeteria of Highlands Intermediate School in Pearl City Thursday evening.

The mayor and Cabinet members will update the communities on his priorities including the fixing of city roads, restoring TheBus service, investing in sewer improvements, beautifying parks, trying to make sure the rail transit line gets done properly  and addressing homelessness.

All meetings will run 6:30-8 p.m. 

Other meeting dates and locations:

>> Monday: Honolulu, Kaimuki High School cafeteria.

>> May 9: Wahiawa/Mililani, Wahiawa District Park.

>> May 16: Kapolei, Kapolei Hale.

>> May 20: Windward, Kaneohe Community Center.

>> May 22: Kalihi, Farrington High School cafeteria.







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Maneki_Neko wrote:
Just one for all of metro Honolulu but Kalihi gets its own meeting?

Not much of a town meeting when you schedule one for 500,000 people and the rest are for small numbers. I would have thought Ala Moana/Kaka'ako would be one. Downtown would be another, etc. You know, a manageable forum where people could actually PARTICIPATE.

Oh, I forgot, this is all for show, no go.


on May 1,2013 | 05:56PM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
Is this the lucky cat again?
on May 1,2013 | 06:35PM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
By the way how did u make bold only the word PARTICIPATE.
on May 1,2013 | 06:36PM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
By the way the Farrington meeting is for West Honolulu and the Kaimuki meeting is for East Honolulu. I am sure at least the City Council member representing each district will at least be there. Speaking of which, there are nine districts and only six meetings.
on May 1,2013 | 06:40PM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
If one matriculated at one of those schools then it would be a slam dunk as to how to navigate oneself around the school to find parking. There will be police officers there, so one needs to be at their best behavior, otherwise it will be into the slammer for at least overnight.
on May 1,2013 | 06:30PM
mcc wrote:
Is it time for re election? One term Mayor is running early.
on May 2,2013 | 03:28AM
control wrote:
Hey Mr Mayor, how many more months before you get around to appointing all of your department heads?
on May 2,2013 | 08:11AM
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