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‘So, You Can’t Find A Doctor?’ topic set for Waimea Town Meeting Thursday (May 3)

“So, You Can’t Find A Doctor?” – You are not alone. In fact, the shortage of physicians is a troubling crisis, both in the Waimea-North Hawai’i region, island- and statewide…and in many other parts of the country. To address this concern, Waimea Community Association is organizing a panel discussion for the next Waimea Town Meeting […]

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Proposed 54 foot Verizon cellphone tower part of Waimea meeting agenda Thursday (May 6)

Questions and concerns about a proposed 54’ Verizon Wireless cell tower to be located in the heart of Waimea’s Parker Ranch Center will dominate two Waimea community meetings this week: Waimea Community Association’s (WCA) monthly Town Meeting at 5:15 p.m., Thurs., May 6, 2010 in Waimea School Cafeteria, which will include a briefing by Danette […]

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Meet the South Kohala CDP committee in Waimea Thursday (March 4)

Seven of the eight members that have been confirmed for the SKCDP Action Committee will attend Thursday’s meeting to be introduced, including Michael Fischer, Margaret Horwatt, Robin Inaba, Achahn Schulze, Fran Tabor, Leonard Labrizzi and Jeannie Palermo.

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Waimea town meeting features legislators talking about community concerns

Community invited to talk-story about 2010 legislative ‘Hot Buttons’ at Jan. 14 Waimea Town Meeting What’s your “hot button” for the 2010 Legislative session that starts next Wed., Jan. 20? Is it jobs? Stopping DOE Furlough Fridays? Counties hanging on to the Transient Accommodations Tax (TAT)? Energy or Ag self-sufficiency? The Kawaihae Bypass? Mortgage foreclosure […]

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Quake, hurricane readiness highlight Waimea town meeting

Another earthquake or hurricane requires readiness Waimea community to focus on emergency preparedness planning at Thursday, Nov. 5, 2009 town meeting. The “misfortune” or “stress” for a rural community such as Waimea could be any of a wide array of natural or man-made disasters: pandemic illness such as swine flu, earthquake, hurricane or flood, serious […]

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