Honolulu rail agency taking public comments on supplemental EIS

Jun 6, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Business Journal

The Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation and the U.S. Federal Transit Administration are taking public comments on a draft supplemental environmental impact statement for the city's $5.16 billion elevated-rail project.

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Beety Eyes

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Jun 8, 2013
 
It is good to know that the Delphi Technique is alive and well and being implemented in Honolulu...Uncle Joe Stalin would be so proud of all of you...isn't that a lot of money to throw out there without any means of checks and balances...and this from a city council that just voted themselves a healthy raise...you mean to tell me that they were not grabbing money fast enough??? Where is the affordable housing and our infrastructure??? since it is a crisis situation with no emergency plan for housing people in need, by using our park facilities for free??? Why does everything come with a not too well hidden fee???

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Jun 9, 2013
 
This state is a joke.

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Jun 9, 2013
 
The politicians KNOW the rail is a horrible idea and the people are pissed about paying for it. I suspect what will happen is they will have some meetings about it, then eventually cancel the project, and then explain why they are keeping the hundreds of millions of dollars they've already stolen from us, and keep the tax in place "because we need other things." They've already pulled this scam off twice with the ferries, harbor improvements, bridges and other projects. The people of Hawaii are just dummies. We eat Spam while the politicians eat prime rib on our dime, and we like it.
District 1

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Jun 9, 2013
 
Rail will bankrupt the state without at least $2 billion in fed support.

Rail is a good idea that is just too expensive.

Dan Inouye is dead. If Schatz and Hanabusa are going to fight over his Senate seat, and forget everything else, then the Hawaii Democratic Party is going to run Hawaii into ruin.
Colleen is ego on parade, and should just realize she is too old, and support Schatz.

In fact, Hanabusa would better serve Hawaii by running against Kneel Aber-Chronic for the governorship.

But Colleen is pretty much full of herself, so she wants what she wants, and the people be damned.
Kaze Kozo

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Jun 9, 2013
 
Correen is ichiban bushido warrior - need new makeover - crows feet showing
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Jun 9, 2013
 
District 1 wrote:
Rail will bankrupt the state without at least $2 billion in fed support.
Rail is a good idea that is just too expensive.
Dan Inouye is dead. If Schatz and Hanabusa are going to fight over


Hey, people were all for it so they can't complain when it goes sour. If they can't pay their rent after they pay their new taxes they can just lose their home and go live under the tracks. They elected these assholes into office and should partake in the suffering it's gonna cause. Three types of people want the rail. Those that are making money from it, freeloaders that pay no taxes in the first place, and those rich enough that will never have to worry about parking their car and riding on mass transit.
Leeward Lolo

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Jun 9, 2013
 
Joe Balls wrote:
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Hey, people were all for it so they can't complain when it goes sour. If they can't pay their rent after they pay their new taxes they can just lose their home and go live under the tracks. They elected these assholes into office and should partake in the suffering it's gonna cause. Three types of people want the rail. Those that are making money from it, freeloaders that pay no taxes in the first place, and those rich enough that will never have to worry about parking their car and riding on mass transit.
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