Hui to assume management of Ha‘ena State Park
HONOLULU — Twenty years in the making, the Ha‘ena communities’ efforts to fully participate in the protection and management of Ha‘ena State Park took another evolutionary step.
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if you want to help the planet, please shorten the names of some of these programs and companies….would use less toner and paper when printing…. and less labor $ when typing….
I was ask something similar when passing into the United States, I implied it might be easier to know my relationship to others if my name remained long and Eastern European. This will be missed again but, names tell a story and help us from making mistakes we may not want to, respect the culture you venture into and you will leave happier.
Will the hui also seek to address the outdated cesspool and septic tank issue?
How much money do they want now?
Great. The inmates have been handed the keys to the asylum.
Another “inconvenience “ caused by the visitor industry, to those of us from the old families, that immigrated here “legally”, and labored so hard to make this our home.
Time marches on and changing circumstances necessitate structural changes. I just feel sorry for those who have not and will never get to experience “the end of the road”.
I would not say that the current reservation system is a success. I have logged on three successive nights at exactly 12 am Hawaii time and not been able to purchase a ticket for parking nor entry to Haena State Park. If the goal is to keep tourists out of the area, then yes, it’s a success.