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Monday, June 5, 2017

Hawaii's Fake Hawn Office of Affairs and Cabal Governor


From, May 31, 2017

First, Word Leaks Out About The Office Of Hawaiian Affairs Secretly Awarding An Illegal No-Bid Contract.

Then, Because Of Media Exposure, The Hawai`i State Procurement Office Launches A Criminal Probe.

But Now The State Attorney General Steps In & Does What???

Watch This To Discover The Latest Move To Protect The OHA “Old Guard Trustees” & How You Can Help Put A Stop To It.

Then Share This Video Today With Your Family & Everyone You Know.


RELATED: OHA Procurement Violations: Crabbe, Lindsey and the $435K Beamer..............

Senators: Caldwell Asks for Blind Bailout, Will not Admit Problem

Borreca: …senators are privately saying everyone recognizes “the city and Caldwell are under huge pressure; they will not admit to the financial crisis Honolulu faces.”

One senator who agreed to discuss the situation without attribution said many legislators feel the House will not “do a blind bailout for the city.”

Right now it appears the fate of Honolulu’s rail project comes down to legislative consensus. But, the Senate is still a fractured group that is just a few votes away from another coup, and it is heading into an election year backing another tax increase for Oahu voters.

In comparison, the House appears to have solidified around Saiki’s leadership and Luke’s hotel tax plan.

One legislator said privately that the House’s strongest point is that “Scott and Sylvia won’t buckle.”

Who pays is still undecided….

read … Legislators support rail, but haggling continues

Caldwell’s Latest Plan: Make the Handicapped Pay for Rail

SA:For $2 per trip, TheHandi-Van will provide origin-to-destination service from anywhere to anywhere else on Oahu. This rate has not changed since 2001. (But now we have a railroad to pay for.)

The city is committed to meet the service quality standards required by the ADA, but reasonable fare increases should be considered to support and sustain our system.

The soon-to-be-established Rate Commission should revisit sustainable Handi-Van fares as its first order of business to ensure we can maintain a first-rate paratransit system to safely transport our residents into the future.

read … Tax the Handicapped

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