Repairing restroom roof at Sherwood's...

Repairing restroom roof at Sherwood's not easy - Kokua Line

There are 6 comments on the Honolulu Star-Bulletin story from Nov 13, 2009, titled Repairing restroom roof at Sherwood's not easy - Kokua Line. In it, Honolulu Star-Bulletin reports that:

QUESTION: I work as a lifeguard at Waimanalo Bay Recreational Area, better known as "Sherwood's." The roof of the men's restroom at the center bathhouse was damaged by the same storm that hit the Kailua gym back in December.

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Kimo Da Cable Guy

AOL

#1 Nov 13, 2009
Ok, so it takes more time to get written bids to repair a beach restroom. But why does it take a whole year? Why does Lester Chang still have a job if he is this incompetent? Now he is going to take the rest of the month to decide on a course of action - something a normal person could probably decide in 30 minutes or less. If city managers are this inept then how on earth do we expect them to build a rail transit system? Hello?! Doesn't anyone else see the problem here? If the City of Honolulu can't even fix a beach restroom then how can we expect it to build a twenty mile long elevated rail line? And how does Mufi think he is qualified to be Governor if he can't get his managers to do their jobs?
alice

United States

#2 Nov 13, 2009
Kimo is correct. Why can't a private carpentry firm do this small job? It would take 2-3 hours max. I will even volunteer to help!
tim the toolman

Marion, LA

#3 Nov 13, 2009
I know a roofer named james morris,he said him and his 2 helpers (wayne & tonia)would lend a hand to any man.
alice

United States

#4 Nov 13, 2009
alice wrote:
Kimo is correct. Why can't a private carpentry firm do this small job? It would take 2-3 hours max. I will even volunteer to help!
true..and lots would volunteer to help. Lets do it!
booter

Kailua Kona, HI

#5 Nov 14, 2009
tim the toolman wrote:
I know a roofer named james morris,he said him and his 2 helpers (wayne & tonia)would lend a hand to any man.
Though Alice may not be a man, he/she still needs handling by one.
alice

United States

#6 Nov 14, 2009
tim the toolman wrote:
I know a roofer named james morris,he said him and his 2 helpers (wayne & tonia)would lend a hand to any man.
cool..if someone gives me a ride, I will volunteer also! Lets get it fixed for the people.

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