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LIHUE — Gov. David Ige and Brigadier General Kenneth Hara on Tuesday released the All Hazards Preparedness Improvement Action Plan and Report, designed to review current emergency response systems, including notifications and warnings, and make recommendations for improvement.
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Finally a well written articles from this paper. Good work, John. Again, our leaders get away with a terrible mistake that caused fear and terror. Hawaii a land of bureaucrats who are protected, well paid and inept.
Foolish leadership-again. Missile alerts need to come directly from the US Military Central Command…not from poorly-trained inept State workers. This study doesn’t actually change anything. And $2 million dollars? That’s about the same price as a new crosswalk..shows how shortsighted and naive the leadership really is.
Does this mean Gov. Inge now knows his twitter password?
More wasted taxpayer’s money going down the drain. Have you ever noticed how the State created redundant agencies when the Federal government already has one in place, such as the EPA, Coast Guard and this one? And each is manned by extremely high paying personnel usually having State political connections for these golden parachute jobs retiring usually from another State job, double dipping! Its a scam
if they don’t stockpile iodide pills for every citizen + tourist, then they will never be prepared for a ballistic missile threat.