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Posted on May 27 at 12:12 p.m.
Make it simple! That's been my motto, and it seems to work. It requires being "very specific" in all of your requests for better mental health services at PHF, line item by line item, to the nitty details. Nothing less than this is acceptable. An adjunct committee can put this together and present it to the parties involved. "Be the results!" Don't settle of anything less.
On Mental Health Services Deemed Disconnected and Dysfunctional
Posted on February 1 at 7:43 p.m.
I don't think "the people" should be held hostage by in-house fighting. This should never have made the press. How about asking both vendors to withdraw from the market, just for complaining.
On Farmers Market Harvests Discontent
Posted on August 15 at 1:34 p.m.
I come to Fiesta every year because I believe in community cultural events, and because there have been members of my family living in SB off living there since 1926. It is a time for local musicians and dancers to perform, and a time for all of us to see them and participate in this "family event." All the drinking is extra-curricular and I hold the Mayor and City Council responsible for allowing it to have gotten out of hand. They are the ones who can set the pace to protect the children and their families who have participated for generations. Is this all about money, or is it about community spirit? Let's get our priorities straight and clean things up.
On Drunks and Subpoenas
One of Hawaii’s most popular artists, Keali‘i (kay-ah-LEE-ee) Reichel performs ... Read More
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