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Since: Nov 09
#1 Jan 9, 2010
Replying to Dan Fox's letter. I wish it were as easy as picking up a phone but often it isn't. Most times the offender is not right next door to the complainant but several houses removed, or perhaps in the next block. You know it went up from a general area but can't point out the house or the individual. Plus there is the risk of retaliation on the part of the offender. The police won't be there to protect you. People are justified to be fearful.
You were lucky if you only experienced a "few strays" in the days preceding New Years Eve. Perhaps if you endured what some other areas have, you might have a different opinion.
I think everyone would agree that if fireworks were set off according to law, then the call for a ban would be very much diminished. But it seems we are headed in a different direction with heavier duty stuff showing up in ever increasing quantities.
#2 Jan 9, 2010
I lost our pet of 13 years due to the fireworks and I think
the whole AINOKEA attitude sucks and has killed Aloha.
I'll never forgive you and you can take your fireworks and
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