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Pace of street light repairs determined by safety, area

By June Watanabe

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Mar 14, 2014

~~<p><strong>Question</strong>: I reported two street lights out on Hawaii Kai Drive, between Hahaione and Keahole streets, on Feb. 22 and was told there is a two- to three-week backlog. I was particularly concerned because road repaving is taking place in the area that is totally dark at night. This is a hazardous situation because of large machinery on the streets and no flashing or reflector lights. Can you help?</p>
<p><strong>Question: </strong>In mid-December I reported the street light on pole No. 27 on Anonui Street, below Kaiamu Street in Waipahu, was staying on all day and all night. I was assured it would be taken care of but they wouldn't be able to get to it until February. It's now March -- why hasn't it been fixed? It's wasting taxpayers' money.</p>
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Question: I reported two street lights out on Hawaii Kai Drive, between Hahaione and Keahole streets, on Feb. 22 and was told there is a two- to three-week backlog. I was particularly concerned because road repaving is taking place in the area that is totally dark at night. This is a hazardous situation because of large machinery on the streets and no flashing or reflector lights. Can you help?

Question: In mid-December I reported the street light on pole No. 27 on Anonui Street, below Kaiamu Street in Waipahu, was staying on all day and all night. I was assured it would be taken care of but they wouldn't be able to get to it until February. It's now March -- why hasn't it been fixed? It's wasting taxpayers' money. Login for more...



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