Residents urged to save water

Residents urged to save water

There are 33 comments on the Honolulu Star-Bulletin story from Apr 29, 2008, titled Residents urged to save water. In it, Honolulu Star-Bulletin reports that:

Despite some rain this month and more showers expected due to returning tradewinds, Hawaii residents are being advised to conserve water because of dry weather that began in early February, officials said ...

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Ron Clark

Makawao, HI

#23 Apr 29, 2008
We live on an island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean....surrounded by water.

Figure it out.

Waterbury, CT

#24 Apr 29, 2008
Manu wrote:
Now we see only buildings and foreigners who buys up all the good land and make it hard for local people to survive comfortably in their natural environment.Hele aku!
Hele aku?...I already did. Would you like me to do one Rain Dance, too?
Say What

Honolulu, HI

#25 Apr 29, 2008
How come the government always jumps on residents to conserve when they don't even fix the problems in their own backyard? There's a broken water fountain at the Stevenson softball field and the Board of Water Supply water waste hotline was notified over two weeks ago. The water is running out of the spigot nonstop and down the drain. They said they would notify the school and it's still broken. I know government works slow, procurement, red tape, etc. but come on people! In the meantime all that precious water is going down the drain. Go figga!

Waterbury, CT

#26 Apr 29, 2008
Say What wrote:
There's a broken water fountain at the Stevenson softball field and the Board of Water Supply water waste hotline was notified over two weeks ago. The water is running out of the spigot nonstop and down the drain.
Water Waste Hotline! Try SUICIDE HOTLINE and tell them a guy's trying to drown himself with a really BIG ENEMA!!! See if that works...

Maunaloa, HI

#27 Apr 29, 2008
Manu wrote:
There's too many people living in Hawaii already. Theres not enough resources for the local people, only the rich people. This has to come to a stop because we are living on an island not a continent.
Yes, I'm glad somebody finally said it! The poor people need to leave so the rich can enjoy the island paradise they bought! Let's ship the poor to California. Maybe the Superferry can do a few midnight runs to drop them off.
love waianae

Ewa Beach, HI

#28 Apr 29, 2008
The homeless fill swimming pools and wash their cars at the parks and boat ramps. When the city stops that, then they can ask me to let my lawn die. How about a ban on swimming pools and golf courses and housing developments, they are the real water-wasters. Uhtil that happens, I'll use as much water as I want to.

Hilo, HI

#29 Apr 30, 2008
Pat wrote:
Didn't I just read about a big golf course being built in Ewa for the wealthy? How much water is going to be required to maintain the green? City planning and land use just doesn't make sense.
The golf courses and farms out there use reclamated water from the Honouliuli wastewater plant.
Resident of Oahu

Koloa, HI

#30 May 1, 2008
The residents of the State of HI try to abide on water conservation but these association(s) of the state see otherwise and cites homeowners of not watering enough. Should dissolve all the associations and allow homeowners take care of their residence. Have not seen any association keep up the grounds and yet cites homeowners for non compliance. As Joe Morgan said "Do as I say not as I do."

Mililani, HI

#31 May 1, 2008
Residents being told to ration the water?? GET REAL. 7 million tourists come each year. We aren't the ones using all the water by a long shot.
Dont Flush Yer Toilet

San Diego, CA

#32 May 1, 2008
Save water. Don't flush your toilet. Don't shower or bathe every day. Once a week is better.

Waipahu, HI

#33 May 1, 2008
I blame the families of 45 people or more. The shortage of water in the future will be hard on these women who produce such large litters.
Homeless Hank

Ewa Beach, HI

#34 May 13, 2008
Water-saving tip of the day:
Yellow stays up. Brown goes down.

Honolulu, HI

#35 May 13, 2008

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