Why no ATM at the DMV?
These days most people use a debit or credit card to shop and pay for their purchase online or at shopping malls, and stores, etc.
My point is that when going to the DMV? Driver’s License Renewal. We have to pay for the fees with cash. With that said and what’s mentioned above, “why isn’t there an ATM Machine inside/ outside of the building?”
Howard Tolbe, Eleele
Mahalo to the crew in Hanapepe
Because there is so much contention and complaining in the air, we decided it was time for some aloha, by sending kudos to the crew that maintains the levee on the Hanapepe River. It is a never-ending task, and their efforts result in the levee and surroundings being park-like, peaceful and beautiful. Together with the adjacent Hanapepe Swinging Bridge, the levee area is one of the most attractive and enjoyable spots on the island. Mahalo nui, fellows; keep up the good work.
Ken and Jan Brookshier, Hanapepe
Reopening Hawaii no easy task
It is obvious that opening Hawaii to the rest of the world is not easily done. In addition to the entrance testing (one, two or several), how does the State protect itself and it’s precious commodity, Hawaii residents?
What’s wrong with Hawaii doing what the EU has done, allow travel from only those countries who have shown a dramatic improvement in their infection rate. (The full list countries whose residents are now allowed entry to the EU is as follows: Algeria, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, Serbia, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay and China.)
Notice that US citizens are not allowed entry into the EU at present. Why shouldn’t Hawaii adopt the same list of those banned, (Brazil, Russia and India) and add to that list, Mainland US? It’s painful, but yet another necessary step to put in place in order to protect Hawaii.
Michael Diamant, Koloa