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Here is a clarification
by Elaine Dunbar on 6 August 2008
Actually NOT unanimous. Cristabella Kealoha felt she was ‘intimidated and pressured‘ into raising her hand to oppose HSF and also Dickie Chang...he did the same thing.
So they then admitted they were in favor of HSF. Both their responses clearly revealed that after all this time they do not care what happens to this island that they publicly purported to care about.
Joanne Yukimura and Mel Rapozo made statements that they had a problem because of the way the question was worded and appeared to waffle a little on their prior HSF opposition as they will both wiggle when the flute plays their marching orders.
These people will ‘listen‘ to the people then turn around and do what is to their advantage.
SUBJECT: KAUAI POLITICSSOURCE: BRAD PARSONS firstname.lastname@example.org
POSTED: 6 AUGUST 2008 - 12:45pm HST
Candidates oppose Superferry return
by Nathan Eagle on 6 August 2008 in The Garden Island News
'For the first time this election season, the field of candidates for mayor and Kaua‘i County Council were together for the Eco-Roundtable Candidates Forum, yesterday, at the War Memorial Convention Hall.
Dozens of residents packed the room to hear what the hopefuls had to say on issues primarily dealing with island sustainability.
The 19 council candidates and four mayoral candidates in attendance showed unanimous opposition to the Hawaii Superferry’s return to Kaua‘i without an independent environmental impact statement first.