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Sunday, March 17, 2013

Adjustments

I have just been letting this blog go and see where it will go. The people along the Coast seem to be laid back but most are well aware of their surroundings. Tamura Super Market, Longs and City Mill are very good anchors for business on the Coast. The hits on this blog have been very low but holding steady.

"Truth - First they ignore it, then they laugh at it, then they say they knew it all along."

The anchors are supplemented very nicely by Sack N Save in Nanakuli. And in the plan is a Walgreens in Nanakuli but we do not know what effect the Rail Disaster is going to have on those plans.  The rich complain that it will be lots of minimum wage money and very few are aware that minimum wage on the Waianae Coast is worth ten times what it is worth in the city.


The Caldwell bus administration is still going the course, - cutting down the buses  and cut down the present bus maintenance department to one half. Then easy to eliminate and get the imported high priced Rail Fiasco people in.


With enough of these, there would be no need for rail disasters
or rail stations and "I coulda got the bus right around the corner where I always got it." Yes, I know, it's the dough, Flo.
Big Profits in Rail Tragedies.

Dancers are fortunate that one of the best dance floors in the West is already installed at the Waianae District Park. Unfortunately no one knows if those floors have ever been used for dancing. With the right club of dancers and the right connections, it could be the center of dancing on the Waianae Coast.

"Que Seas Feliz" by Luis Miguel

For the moment, the best dancing attraction remains the Kapolei Chapter HBDA with classes at the Kapolei Elementary School on Monday nights. Their socials at the end of each quarter are getting better known throughout the islands. Their Web site has double the hits of any other Dance Web site on these Islands.


Meth addiction is a serious blight on the Waianae Coast. The Hawaii Meth Project, a statewide program aimed at reducing first-time meth use through public service messages, public policy and community outreach is working hard to combat the use of meth among youth.

They do not offer treatment for addicts but emphasize the importance of shaping public policy and the perception of crystal methamphetamine. In time perhaps their message will reach the addicts and make a difference


Pub's Side Note: Just discovered in Waianae. You don't have to pay $3 to have your shirt laundered etc. Just donate it to the Salvation Army, they clean it and put it on hanger and you can buy it back for a buck.