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Future benefit or future liability?

Two sides of the debate on Oahu’s rail offer starkly different views of the future


POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Oct 24, 2012

~~<p><b>KODOMO NO TAME NI (FOR THE SAKE OF THE CHILDREN)</b><br />
<em>By Carrie Okinaga and Damien Kim</em></p>
<p>We are the members of the board of directors of the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation, the oversight agency that you, the public, created. Charged by you to oversee the city's rail project, we have conducted more than 68 public meetings in the past 14 months. With the assistance of state and city government officials, some of whom serve on our board, your start-up agency is fully-operational and set to receive a $1.55 billion federal grant.</p>
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KODOMO NO TAME NI (FOR THE SAKE OF THE CHILDREN) By Carrie Okinaga and Damien Kim

We are the members of the board of directors of the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation, the oversight agency that you, the public, created. Charged by you to oversee the city's rail project, we have conducted more than 68 public meetings in the past 14 months. With the assistance of state and city government officials, some of whom serve on our board, your start-up agency is fully-operational and set to receive a $1.55 billion federal grant. Login for more...



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