(Civil Beat Q & A) What more should Kauai County be doing to prepare for the effects of climate change, including sea level rise and threats to the reefs? Kauai paid for a Climate Action Plan (CAP) in 2016. Rather than reinvent the wheel and spend more money on a new plan, let’s look at […]
(Civil Beat Q & A) As the economy struggles, the county may have to cut expenses and seek new revenue sources. What would you cut? And what is an area where you see potential new revenue? Kauai is resilient. We have survived hurricanes, recession, floods, and now a pandemic. I have no doubt that we […]
(Civil Beat Q & A) Hawaii’s economy has been hard hit with the outbreak of the coronavirus and measures to prevent its spread, mainly because of the collapse of the tourism industry. Should we continue to rely largely on the visitor industry for economic vitality? What concrete steps would you take to bring tourism back? […]
Our dream is that enough of our community realizes how focused and selfless you are in your goal to remedy the issues that face us all and that you will be elected to our council. With you, Mason, Luke Evslin and the other elected council members we have great hope for the future of all […]
If a farmer needs water to grow produce, he should be able to get it at a fair price. Water is free and is, due to the Public Trust, controlled by our County. The delivery of water is currently controlled by the private sector. We need to work together as stewards of this most precious of resources.
September 23, 2020 – The Kaua’i County Candidate Forum was held via zoom with the questions being based around Climate Change. https://www.communitycoalitionkauai.o… We hope you enjoy this 2.5 hour forum where our candidates shared with us their responses to some very good questions about climate issues we face here on Kauai.