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Living on the wrong side of the Tracks

February 11, 2018

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I received an official email on Friday from Larry Kopf, the CATS Chief Operations Planning Officer, that the new CATS Public Transportation City Bus Route #3 on Sunday will not service the People of Oakview Terrace Community on Centre & Kentucky. While people on the other side of the Tracks will have the Luxury and […]

Why your Voice Matters – Public Access

February 3, 2018

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As an emergency Cable Advisory Committee (CAC) meeting, by The Hawai’i State Department of Commerce & Consumer Affairs (DCCA) is scheduled for today Friday, 2/2/18 to hear from Charter on its migration of community access channels, public comment is welcome. We wanted to share our letter I submitted and why we believe Public Access and […]

More Hazards from Unlined Duke Energy Coal Ash Basin/Landfill at Camp Hope

January 25, 2018

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According to NC DENR statements By law, Duke Energy must close all coal ash basins in North Carolina by 2029. Many residents that live in the vicinity of the Coal Ash Basin Landfill at Camp Hope contacted me because of the concerns with what appears to be an unregulated site and potential hazards to Public […]

Questions to Tulsi Gabbard – one of the leaders in this country that have failed us

January 13, 2018

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After a mistaken ballistic missile threat alert text was sent to all Hawaii cell phones. BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT IN BOUND TO HAWAII. SEEK IMMEDIATE SHELTER. THIS IS NOT A DRILL. We wrote to Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard who was quick to criticize her fellow leaders of the country, stating that “the leaders in this country have […]

Fugitive Dust raising concern for Duke Energy Neighbors near Allen Station

January 8, 2018

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A Duke Energy pile at the Allen Station is setting off alarms and raising concerns for some neighbors. The pile sits next to the water and can be seen from along the banks, even while boating and from neighboring homes and some farther in the distance. Along with the health concerns of the fugitive dust, […]

An American Tragedy Houseless Citizens Freezing outside in Charlotte NC

January 7, 2018

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It’s was Bitter Cold, as Pat Cotham the Charlotte-Mecklenburg County Commissioner reached out providing warmth and comfort for the fourth night in a row. Pat was providing a hot Sandwich and Hand Warmers to our Houseless Citizens. In Freezing Temperatures we followed Pat Cotham to help shine some light on this “American Tragedy” we all […]

“For the Love of our Fellow Americans” #PuertoRico

October 15, 2017

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A group of Army Veterans bring life saving Food & Medical supplies to Elderly & Families, making their way into the remote area’s of Puerto Rico. Jason Maddy along with several Veterans remind us that – “These are Americans they need our help.” It’s been 3 weeks since Hurricane Maria slammed into the Island of […]