We had our first sign-making party in the “Keep Waianae Country” effort. We are getting ready for the Land Use Commission to visit the parcel of farmland that Tropic Land proposes to turn into an industrial park. Their visit happens on Wednesday August 18th at 1:30 pm.
Want to join us? We’ll be on Farrington Highway where it intersects with Lualualei Naval Access Road and with Hakimo Road at 1:00 pm.
Can’t make it, but still want to participate? Then make a sign in support of keeping Waianae country, take pictures of you and your friends holding the sign, and then send the pictures to us at miwa(at)kahea.org. We’ll make sure the LUC sees it.
And if you live along the navy road or Hakimo road, then hang a sign on your fence where everybody can see it. We’ll be passing out the beautiful signs we made next week. Let us know if you want one.
Big Mahalo to everyone who came out to help us make signs. It was a lot of fun. And who knew Tyler would turn out to be poster-painter extraordinare… in addition to top ace legal intern?! Finger painting ain’t just for kids anymore!