Honolulu commits $44M in city funds for rail project
HONOLULU — Honolulu officials will allow $44 million from the city’s general fund to be used to finance the city’s 20-mile (32-kilometer) rail project.
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This over taxation for that $10 billion dollar and counting white elephant drain pit is just a preview of more of your hard earned taxes benefiting the corrupt who couldn’t care less about you or your kids who will be stuck paying more each year while getting NOTHING in return.
Just wait until this massive money drain monster begins to creep into downtown areas disrupting many services like cable, electric, water and sewer infrastructures that has to be dug up and moved making way for this eye sore of obsolete heavy noisy rail. Many business downtown will go bankrupt when customers no longer have access to their facilities, this creating a void that taxpayers will have to be burdened to pay even more.