Mayor signs emergency proclamation
LIHU‘E — Mayor Derek Kawakami signed a fifth supplementary emergency proclamation Friday in order to provide for the health, safety and welfare of the people of Kaua‘i from the potential spread of the novel coronavirus.
The proclamation was issued in coordination with the Governor’s Office and other counties.
The proclamation authorizes the County of Kaua‘i to take immediate action to mitigate the potential impacts of COVID-19. It allows the county to be proactive in establishing a plan for officials to mobilize resources if and when needed.
The disaster-emergency-relief period shall continue until terminated in 60 days or by a separate proclamation, whichever comes first.
To view the proclamation, see kauai.gov/COVID-19.
For more information and to sign up for daily updates from the state Department of Health relating to current COVID-19 information, visit hawaiicovid19.com.
how about an order to fix all the potholes around here….or is this our new standard of services, with no tourist dollars to pay for it ?
Thanks Mayor D! Keep us safe brah!
RANDY KANSAS …BRAVO !!! THE POTHOLES ARE TRULY UBIQUITIOUS AND RIDICULOUS !! THIS CLOWN MAYOR OBVIOUSLY PANDERING TO THE SHEEP IN OUR MIDST TO DISTRACT FROM THE REAL NEEDS WE HAVE FOR INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT !!