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Residents are responsible for debris from bulky items

By June Watanabe

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jun 09, 2014

~~<p><strong>Question:</strong> The bulky-item guys came recently and again left all kinds of trash on Lehua Street in Pearl City. My neighbor had to clean it up because of nails and other rubbish. I called the city and made a complaint. The Mayor's Office said to call a number, so I called and left a message but no one has returned my call. Why are they not cleaning up their mess?</p>
<p><strong>Answer:</strong> The city is investigating the alleged incidents on Lehua Street and will compile the facts and take appropriate action, said Lori Kahikina, director of the city Department of Environmental Services.</p>
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Question: The bulky-item guys came recently and again left all kinds of trash on Lehua Street in Pearl City. My neighbor had to clean it up because of nails and other rubbish. I called the city and made a complaint. The Mayor's Office said to call a number, so I called and left a message but no one has returned my call. Why are they not cleaning up their mess?

Answer: The city is investigating the alleged incidents on Lehua Street and will compile the facts and take appropriate action, said Lori Kahikina, director of the city Department of Environmental Services. Login for more...



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