Council-elect discusses upcoming term
LIHU‘E — Laying it all out to have a smooth transitional Inauguration Day next month, Kaua‘i County Council-elect met for an organizational meeting yesterday morning.
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How can you trust a former mayor that lied about the county auditor position?
Read historical data and FOIA the information.
TGI erased my first comment because with had evidence.
It seems like this Council and others seem to pick on the lone wahine.
They picked on JoAnn, they pick on Felicia.
Misogyny or Boy’s Club? Either way, these 2 wahines actually read and understood the proposals from the departments. They asked questions and went about the community to hear from the residents.
Many on the Council just follow without questions, without thought the Bills or. rule changes from the County Departments.
The island is broke. Business is dead. Money will not pour in from the Feds or Ige.
And yet, is it true that ALL COUNCIL people got a big fat raise?
2021 will be hard. And not a word to lower property taxes etc.
We have a good group and Billy will be a real asset with his hands on approach. I hope the bureaucracy doesn’t change him into another puppet.
I am happy Arryl is Chair. He is balanced. He is not an ego hound like some of his cohorts on Council
Systemic misogyny on the Council. They treated JoAnn Yukimura the same way.