No to nine speed humps on Nani Kailua
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Mahalo for finding rings
Drivers need to pay attention
No skate park means they’re on streets
Brad Main’s speed hump declarations published on March 21 in West Hawaii Today raise many concerns about the county’s enforcement of speed limits and other procedures. Speed enforcement is the responsibility of the police, and they should be held accountable to report how they are meeting this responsibility islandwide. If police manpower is short, then hire speed monitors to measure speeds and document licenses of speeding cars, sending the evidence to the traffic court for prosecution.
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I live in the Kona Heights subdivision in Kailua-Kona, a neighborhood that has access to and from Queen Kaahumanu Highway via the only ingress/egress point for the subdivision: Nani Kailua Drive.
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Owners are right on speed hump issue
Michael Helms’ recent letter — “Keep religion out of government” in West Hawaii Today March 8 — suggests that a permitted nonpermanent display of an informational kiosk of religious tracts at the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is an unconstitutional governmental endorsement of the message being conveyed. I respectfully disagree.
Open lot at Hale Halawai for parking