Letters for Friday, January 25, 2019

Chairs won’t end long line

Chairs, big deal (TGI, “End of the line,” Jan. 19). Mayor, activate more workers or the workers in the back office and open more windows. Move the Planning Department to the old Lihue post office and utilize that area for more windows for DMV.

Don’t insult our intelligence. We still have to wait in a long line, sitting or standing.

Howard Tolbe, Eleele

Mahalo to Wilcox staff

I would like to give kudos to the staff and doctors at Wilcox Medical Center. While visiting the island I had a medical emergency and had to go to the Wilcox Medical Center. I was given the best of care while there. With a true aloha and ohana spirit, every person on the staff truly made me feel like family. After two operations I was able to return home and am doing much better. This is because of the knowledgeable, professional and kind care that I was given. I just want to say a big Mahalo to all there.

Steven Reclusado, Salinas, Calif.

3 Comments
  1. Teresa January 25, 2019 9:53 am Reply

    Yes, more workers to help please. I spoke to supervisor day I went the first week of January. Over a two hour wait. Sometimes only one window open. Offered no help.


  2. Rev. Dr. Malama Robinson January 25, 2019 11:01 am Reply

    The best thing the acting mayor can do is call a moratorium on all government ….. until the usa complies with the Laws of occupation and upholds Hawai’ian Kingdom Constitution as written at the HAWAIIANKINGDOM.ORG


  3. Howard Tolbe January 25, 2019 12:01 pm Reply

    Yeah, I know what you all will comment, “the Old Lihue P.O. is staying!” However, this letter was written before the decision of keeping the LPO in the area.
    Then move the Planning Dept. and the one on the right side to the Old Historic County Building or Old Courthouse.. And activate the workers in the back of DMV to attend the windows.

    Howard Tolbe


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