It’s so easy for former Maui Mayor Alan Arakawa to talk because he’s not in office and no longer under public scrutiny (“Hawaii leaders needed to be more decisive in enforcing law on Mauna Kea, former Maui mayor says,” Star-Advertiser, Aug. 19). Read more
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