From Honolulu.gov —————————————————- June 3, 2016  On May 16, 2016 a Permitted Interaction Group of the Honolulu Charter Commission recommended that the Charter Commission place on the general election ballot the following question: “Should the City increase citizen participation in the decision of government though the use of electronic communication, […]

Twice this week I’ve been affected by new IATA battery shipping restrictions.  First,  I was unable to buy a camera on Amazon; then I was unable to buy replacement batteries for another camera.  Beginning April 1, 2016 lithium batteries have been mostly prohibited from air shipment, except as accessories to […]

On March 30, 2016 Representative Gene Ward announced the defeat of House Resolution 21 and related HCR54.  The measure sought to exchange Bishop Estate lands with Hawaiian Homelands and would directly impact the status of the Great Lawn fronting Maunalua Bay by potentially making it available to development. [Gene Ward […]

A new study published in the Journal of Urban Economics by economists David Albouy, of the University of Illinois, and Bert Lue, of the University of Michigan finds that East Oahu, Hawaii, tops the list of household sacrifice to live in the best neighborhoods.  According to the economists’ analysis; households sacrifice 25 percent more than the average […]

Hawaii’s schools have notoriously short summer breaks.  For public schools, the school year ends at the end of May and reconvenes in the later part of July.  Many parents ask what options are available.  I’ve begun compiling an informal listing of programs and links which can be found here. http://eastoahu96825.com/index.php/education/summer-school-oahu […]

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