County considers nearly $5M for Kaua‘i landfill issue
LIHU‘E — County of Kaua‘i council members considered proposed funding to address the ongoing Kekaha landfill crisis during its annual budget meeting on Tuesday, as representatives from the county Department of Public Works broke down how requested funding would confront the questionable future of Kaua‘i’s only landfill.
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Considering our children and grandchildren, burning our opala is the worst possible option. Recycling is cleaner, safer, and will save us millions.
How many workers do they have working for the landfill now? And do they all have at least some form of medical plan. They are dropping like flies every five years of cancer or tumor in the body from just working in this unsanitary environment. This kind of working conditions is only for the few. So forget about health issues. Just stick to the budgets and how to run it and you’ll be fine.