Think About It Editorials July 2016 - KFVE, K5-Hawaii News, Weather and Sports

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  • July 25, 2016

    Think About It: Mark Made His Mark

    Think About It: Mark Made His Mark

    Just three months ago, I had a phone conversation with Hawai`i House Representative Mark Takai. Mark had sent me an email from Washington, D.C., thanking me for my editorial support of the UH Cancer CenterMore >>
    Just three months ago, I had a phone conversation with Hawai`i House Representative Mark Takai.More >>
  • July 14, 2016

    Think About It: Natatorium Rumblings

    Think About It: Natatorium Rumblings

    A new plan has been put forward to re-open the Waikiki Natatorium War Memorial by 2019. But don't don your swim goggles just yet. You know what this means. It means an idea has been put forward with someMore >>
    A new plan has been put forward to re-open the Waikiki Natatorium War Memorial by 2019.More >>
  • July 18, 2016

    Think About It: Beach Breach

    Think About It: Beach Breach

    What do Oceano Dunes in San Luis Obispo, West End Beach in Traverse City, Michigan, and Makua Beach on Oahu's leeward coast have in common? They've all been left trashed by inconsiderate campers and visitorsMore >>
    What do Oceano Dunes in San Luis Obispo, West End Beach in Traverse City, Michigan, and Makua Beach on Oahu's leeward coast have in common? They've all been left trashed by inconsiderate campers and visitorsMore >>
  • July 7, 2016

    Think About It: Un-Rapid Transit

    Think About It: Un-Rapid Transit

    The city wants the feds to give it more time to assess how best to pay for rail, how best to manage the system, how much ridership would be affected by stopping construction at Middle Street instead ofMore >>
    The city wants the feds to give it more time to assess how best to pay for rail, how best to manage the system, how much ridership would be affected by stopping construction at Middle Street instead of at Ala Moana Center, etc.More >>
  • July 4, 2016

    Think About It: Cool Problem

    Think About It: Cool Problem

    The state finally agreed to deal with the oppressive and depressing lack of air in our public schools this legislative session. A promise or stated goal was to have 1,000 classrooms cooled down by yearMore >>
    The state finally agreed to deal with the oppressive and depressing lack of air in our public schools this legislative session. A promise or stated goal was to have 1,000 classrooms cooled down by yearMore >>
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