If litter bothers you, pick it up
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I write in response to recent Viewpoints by Robert Herkes and Tina Owens, which ran July 1 and June 26.
Council lauded for rejecting signs
‘Pet friendly’ does not mean dog park
Why remove coral and not the litter?
The conflict between science and politics these days commonly manifests itself as stark denialism. Denialism in Hawaii is basic. We have government officials and policies denying the effects of gravity on water.
Hold the line against genetically modified foods
Council should reject requirement to file taxes for exemption
Look for a farming alternative
Returned lost wallet a pleasant surprise
This is an urgent call to action for our Hawaii Island community.
Fish collecting issue needs cooler heads prevailing
Justices and more should be impeached
Just say ‘no’ to GMO
I write in response to Holualoa resident Brian Lievens’ June 27 letter to the editor — “Reasoning of anti-GMO activists highly debatable” — regarding my leadership in the Hawaii Island effort to limit the cultivation of genetically modified crops. First, I wish to remind Mr. Lievens that this legislation (Bill 113, now Ordinance 13-121), was supported by a majority of the council members and was signed into law by Mayor Billy Kenoi.