parmenterohana

AOL

#1 Dec 28, 2005
Aloha fellow ewa beach people. I grew up ate the corner of papipi Dr. I havn't been back home in quite a while. I was wondering what ever happened to the Ewa beach marina that was going to be built
Paul
Class of 82 James campbell High School
Kathy

Kailua Kona, HI

#2 Jan 20, 2006
They are still planning to build one at Ocean Pointe as far as I know. The development company made the people camped at Hau Bush leave.
Alohja

United States

#3 Nov 18, 2007
it wasnt the developer Haseko that made the homeless leave the area, it was HPD. The Marina is about half way finished, might take another year.
poi

Honolulu, HI

#4 Apr 2, 2009
I just went to hau Bush on sunday and found that theres still alot of people homeless living there in the Bushes with their tents,I even seen a pit bull that came out from one of the tents,that was giving me the death stare, after i saw that look on that pitbulls face i turn around and left the beach too bad just when i was enjoying the stroll along the beach,.awe it's sad
Hokulani

Honolulu, HI

#5 Apr 14, 2009
Hau bush is a beautiful park. with the view of diamond head the nice beach and yes the new marina. But youll always find homeless any where u go. And ice is such a strong drug it consumes people and make them forget wats important in the real world. Dont put down the people they cant help it.
rider

Marquette, MI

#6 Jul 28, 2010
George Bush: The Unauthorized Biography
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By Webster Griffin Tarpley and Anton Chaitkin

Table of Contents
Introduction — American Caligula

Chapter 1 – The House of Bush: Born in a Bank
Chapter 2 – The Hitler Project
Chapter 3 – Race Hygiene: Three Bush Family Alliances
Chapter 4 – The Center of Power is in Washington
Chapter 5 – Poppy and Mommy
Chapter 6 – Bush in World War II
Chapter 7 – Skull and Bones: The Racist Nightmare at Yale
Chapter 8 – The Permian Basin Gang
Chapter 8b – The Bay of Pigs and The Kennedy Assassination
Chapter 9 – Bush Challenges Yarborough for The Senate
Chapter 10 – Rubbers Goes to Congress
Chapter 11 – United Nations Ambassador, Kissinger Clone
Chapter 12 – Chairman George in Watergate
Chapter 13 – Bush Attempts The Vice Presidency, 1974
Chapter 14 – Bush in Beijing
Chapter 15 – CIA Director
Chapter 16 – Campaign 1980
Chapter 17 – The Attempted Coup D’Etat of March 30, 1981
Chapter 18 – Iran-Contra
Chapter 19 – The Leveraged Buyout Mob
Chapter 20 – The Phony War On Drugs
Chapter 21 – Omaha
Chapter 22 – Bush Takes The Presidency
Chapter 23 – The End of History
Chapter 24 – The New World Order
Chapter 25 – Thyroid Storm
HeeMaka

Hilo, HI

#7 May 25, 2011
I don't know if people know why we call Hau Bush park that name or if they even know where the park was. Let me explain. I've been living in Ewa Beach since 1957. My father had a least for 25.00 dollars a year from Campbell Estate for a beach cottage in front shark country. My old man bought our house on papipi road for 17,000 dollars. So on holidays &summer vacation we stayed down the shack. Next to us if you're looking out to the ocean was the Roxburg Ohana. After they gave up the least, the Farm Ohana took over. That was probably in 1965. Next to them was this old man Kui Ching. Then was Ewa Plantation.There was all Hau Bush Trees on the beach.

Since: May 11

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#8 May 26, 2011
Hau Bush used to be the place to pick up seaweed, but the the commercial harvesters wiped it out. Then Haseko bought up the area and changed it into a constuction siter, all the while telling the public about all the public boat ramps and harbor they were going to provide, and how peachy it was going to be. One man, Jeff Alexander, fought them for years until he finally gave up and moved to the big island. Now years later, the place is a shambles and all's that's happened is a huge housing development is towering above Papipia Road where the haole owners can look down from their walled-in fortress at the locals.
Tweety

Los Angeles, CA

#9 Jul 6, 2011
Is there restroom facilities? Is the park and beach area safe for family activities and fishing? Does ther park close at night? i haven't been there for over 25 years.

Since: May 11

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#10 Jul 6, 2011
Tweety wrote:
Is there restroom facilities? Is the park and beach area safe for family activities and fishing? Does ther park close at night? i haven't been there for over 25 years.
There is a bathroom, but the druggies tear the roof off looking for copper wire, and steal all the piping as fast as it's repaired. All beach parking is gone except for a small area, no more 4x4 driving there. Take a drive, the place has completely changed, and not for the better. Yuppies moving closer and closer, and pretty soon they'll start whining about the locals on "their " beach.
PBC

Honolulu, HI

#11 Aug 14, 2011
Hau Bush is really called Oneula Beach Park. Many people enjoy the park for football practice, soccer, surfing, camping, hanging out. Yes - the bathrooms are smashed up. And forget about the Marina ever opening up to the ocean. Maybe in another 5 years - with the construction of a a few stores, restaurants and homes adjacent to this park - it may be a beautiful, clean park. But 4 now it will be the wild wild west.
HeeMaka

Ewa Beach, HI

#13 Aug 15, 2011
Didn't finish off what i was saying. There was all hau trees at the plantation park fronting the ocean.As keiki's we would run around playing chase master. We even could flatten the leaves down and go sleep if you wanted.Up in trees you had the best view of shark country when the surf was pumping. As Archie Bunker would say THOSE WERE THE DAYS... ALOHA.

Since: May 11

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#14 Aug 15, 2011
HeeMaka wrote:
Didn't finish off what i was saying. There was all hau trees at the plantation park fronting the ocean.As keiki's we would run around playing chase master. ALOHA.
That's gone too. The developer wanted to essentially find a way to keep locals out of the area, but met too much opposition. Started of with promise of five public boat ramps and a parking lot for trailers at the first meeting, then was reduced to two ramps, then reduced to two ramps and no parking for trailers, then to no ramps and no parking at all, then finally to a wall seperating the resort from the public altogether. Finally, they fired all the locals they had hired to sell it to the public, then they shut down altogether. One polititian, Jeff Alexander, had their number from the beginning. After all that, they erected a thirty foot high wall seperating the "good people" from the local people along Papipi road, and were later forced to take it down some. A good friend of mine sued the Japanese developer, Haseko, for some shady shyt they pulled concerning excavation, and has taken hundreds of thousands of dollars from them. He also cost some mid-level Japanese public relations shmucks their jobs. Couldn't have happened to a better company.

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