Saturday, June 6, 2015

Slow Process

Received a very nice Poster postcard Doug Kesler announcing his New Extravadanza at the Pacific Beach Hotel. Unfortunately I do not have a scanner anymore, I just donated it to the City Of Joy, next door neighbors, a church. I get graphics mostly by email, and if I get it in JPEG, it is perfect.

Meanwhile, part of my sporting around the computer is learning to make posters, so I made this one for Doug and we have plenty time for him to send me the good one. So if you gotta go downtown for a good evening of dining, dancing and good entertainment, this is it.

“Everything happens for a reason and every action has a reaction,
and what's meant to be will always find a way to come about.

Council Chair Ernie Martin has introduced and passed in the City Council a budget to plan and design and construct a Palladium type structure at the Patsy T. Mink Central Oahu Regional Park. It would have meeting rooms on the 1st floor on one side and an Oahu Cultural Arts Center and a Performing Arts Center on the other side. It would also have ballroom dance floor on the 2nd floor

The beautiful Articulated Bus, with enough of these we coulda had it made in the shade.

The budget amount is held in the Mayor's Office and needs to be release but Caldwell needs the money for the Rail Disaster. And we should understand - its the bread, Fred. The County owns the property to build this much needed facility on the west side of Oahu. The County acquired the land with an exchange with Castle and Cooke.

"Morning Dew" by Melveen Leed

The funding for construction planning and design is about $20 million but the Present Rail Party wants it. There are millions and millions of dollars in profits in that Choo Choo train. And we should know them by now, they are going to get it, by hook or by crook.

But private enterprise is not going to wait, there will be place to dance in the Kalealoa area between the Kalealoa Harbor and the Kalealoa Airport. With a couple Business Parks, that will really make Kapolei into Second City, and many people will be able to live, work and play in their own Kuleana.