Letters for Thursday, November 19, 2020
Bright lights make road unsafe
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Right on, Howard and Michaelle. You have brought attention to two very concerning issues.
Now let’s all get to talking about who brought guinea grass to Kauai ( a fool) and what we can do to control it as it gets stronger and continues to take over more of our island home…
At least they have adequate parking at the Hanalei Pier.
Can someone from the county share the problems with the new bathroom waste water system? Please…………..
Thank you Michaelle Edwards. This needs attention and I hope your letter helps.
I agree with your concern about bright car head lights- I have been so blinded at night driving on Maluhia Road,,,, I agree we need rules to stop the use of those extremely bight car head lights!!!
Anything else we can do for you Michelle??? We want you to enjoy your visit you know. Or are you a “local” now….No one cares!!!
What a rude comment, Kaaona Kipuka! Michaelle has lived here for many decades and simply concerned about some problems at our public parks. I care about her comments and so should you.
A pointless, malicious, unnecessary comment from Kaaona Kipuka but I’m sure he feels better spreading around bad feelings. Hard stuff navigating through life with that kind of mindset.
Just keeping it real homie… Oh and I feel perfectly fine.
Yes what is with the guenia grass- just like it has changed unto a bigger monster weed…. so aggressive… and who is going to take it out of the Koloa tree tunnel?
The driving hazard issue is mostly due to the newly ubiquitous LED headlights. It’s exacerbated by rain, narrow shoulder-less roads, and many intersections that are not well lit, prompting many drivers to use their brights.
Suggestions: 1) beams should be checked during vehicle inspections to ensure they are properly aimed. (They used to be adjustable—not sure now…) & LED’s should be aimed lower. 2) Judicious use of high-beams; cops need to enforce.