Letter for Wednesday, March 6, 2019
Lack of common sense
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That’s Aloha,Me First,
Yes. The picking up of trash and cans is included in the priority list. They just don’t have the money to pay anyone to pick up both the cans and rubbish along with cleaning the bathrooms. Some times they clean it, some times they don’t. This is an everyday job.
Can you find anyone who wants to do this job everyday? And pay him. It is coming from a fund account, so the money spent is going towards revenue made from the mayor’s office. All they need is several workers to do this.
Speaking of bathrooms…
I have not stepped into a beach park bathroom in at least a decade that remotely resembled clean! Last week I went into the restroom near the boat launch at Anini. OMG…one toilet looked like it hadn’t been flushed in who knows how long, and the functioning one had a horribly stained toilet seat that obviously hadn’t had a good scrubbing in a very long time. There was graffiti on the walls haphazardly painted over, and the floor looked like it hadn’t been mopped in years! This was not dirt and grime that just happened in a day, it was filth accumulating for a long time. Pitiful.
Not only do residents deserve better, but visitors contribute a lot of money to our economy and this is the best we can offer? C’mon folks get it together! Spend a little less promoting Kaua’i and start taking care of the disgusting bathrooms.
Well…this is your window into socialism! Imagine how wonderful it would be to have the government completely in charge of your healthcare. Geez!, they can’t even keep bathrooms clean yet there are rumblings on the left urging us into the single payer utopia.
LMAO! 🤣 Everytime people grumble about her.. i get one good laugh. Take’um all manong easy easy.
Yeah yeah tax dollars i know..
still funny.. LOL!
Having clean toilets does promote Kaua’i.