Reps Carroll and John Mizuno got a chance to hold the Grammy.
Wednesday, March 21, 2007
Pu, who is in his 70s, is perhaps most famous for his yearly 200-mile trek around the island of Maui on foot. He has been doing the every year for the last 30 years.
Click here to view a copy of the resolution honoring Eddie Pu.
Tuesday, March 20, 2007
District 41 - Waipahu, Village Park, Waikele
The 2006 Hawaii State Legislature passed HB 1955 which was signed into law as Act 158 by Governor Lingle. It increases the mandatory fines for littering violations, including littering from a motor vehicle, littering in public, and criminal littering. You can help in alleviating the waste in our neighborhoods and landfills in the following ways:
#1 - RECYCLE & REDEEM BOTTLES & CANS
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Kunia Park & Ride, 94-640 Kupuohi Street
Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Redemption Center information, call 586-4226, or check link www.hi5deposit.com
Recycling information, call 692-5410, or check link: http://envhonolulu.org/solid_waste
Waipahu Redemption Center (Next to Times Supermarket)
Hours: Tuesday – Sunday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Waipahu Town Center, 94-050 Farrington Highway
Hours: Monday & Saturday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
#2 - REPORT ILLEGAL DUMPING
FOR MORE INFORMATION
EMERGENCY SITUATIONS -- Hazardous Waste Dumping and Spills (chemicals, hazardous waste):
Call to have the Fire and/or Police Department contain the area - 911
Abandoned Vehicles: City and County of Honolulu Motor Vehicle Control Section - 733-2530
ILLEGAL DUMPING – You witnessed illegal dumping and have information (i.e. license number, vehicle description, name of suspected violator:
State Attorney General's Investigation Division, 586-1240
Solid Waste Dumping on City and County Property (streets, parks):
City and County of Honolulu's Environmental Services Department, 692-5656
Solid Waste Dumping (household waste, appliances, construction debris): Department of Health Solid and Hazardous Waste Branch, 586-4226Let's work together to keep our community clean!
Wednesday, March 7, 2007
(Hawaii welcomes you!)