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02:32 min | 1 year ago

"mayor caldwell" Discussed on daily podcast

"From president. Trump continues to push for an promise vaccine by the end of the year. White house corona virus adviser. Dr anthony found she said today on. Cbs this morning. He's cautiously optimistic. That can be done. The projection that i've made in i'll stick by. It is that we would likely get an answer if this is safe and effective by the end of the year likely november december. and hopefully. We'll be able to start vaccinations in earnest as we begin. Twenty twenty one nine of the world's leading drug announce a pact promising not to release a vaccine that hasn't been thoroughly tested. This comes as a. Cbs poll shows only twenty. One percent of americans say they would take a vaccine as soon as it's ready at least preston. Cbs news new york. Astrazeneca stock is down about one point. Two percent this morning in a statement astrazeneca said quote. This is a routine action which has to happen. Whenever there is a potentially unexplained illness in one of the trials end quote. The company also vowed to ensure the integrity of its clinical trials. All right so back to our stay at home order. Instead of being lifted tomorrow it will go on for two more weeks. But with fewer restrictions starting tomorrow hiking trails along with beaches parks and parking. Lots fronting them. We'll be open but only individuals not groups. Mayor caldwell says it does not matter. If they're from the same family everyone must be spaced out and officials say that they hope by slowly lifting restrictions they can reduce the spread of the virus and eventually reopened more areas. Not to rush like we did the first time where we had ten reopenings and then a surge in cases which led to the second shutdown. We don't want to repeat that a third time every two weeks you keep pushing you knew probably two weeks ago. You wasn't going to open up these stores but you keep giving people hope and then you keep taking it away if anything. It's making it worse. Kabura a frustrated mother of three says the lifted restrictions do nothing to help children who are stuck inside because we can't go to the park with them. Distance learning in hawaii public schools will last at least until early october under the new. Stay at home order. Non essential businesses will remain closed. Restaurants can only offer takeout. Those in the food industry said things have been difficult. He has stabbed floyd and we have a lot of people that depend on us to pay their rent. Pay their mortgage. They got kids. And.

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"mayor caldwell" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

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01:44 min | 1 year ago

"mayor caldwell" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"I'm Julie Norton Dennis. It's official inmate coronavirus case numbers will no longer be reflected in Oahu's daily count. We could go. Mayor Caldwell asked Governor EJ for permission to remove inmate totals. Prison outbreaks like the one at Hlava Correctional Facility have been driving a lawful closer to falling back into Tier one restrictions. Meaning businesses would have to close or scale back operations and what has been a recent trend that majority of Monday's cases on all of all who are among inmates at Hlava. Who's seven day case average is currently 105, which qualifies for Tier one. However, the average must remain above 100 for several more days before restrictions are officially ordered. 8000 doses of the Madonna Corona virus vaccine arrived in Hawaii Monday. An additional 4000 doses are expected We shipped in the coming days. 6000 of the initial doses went to Oahu, while the other 2000 are headed to the neighbor islands. The Moderna vaccine will primarily go to the state's first responders and elderly care home residents. Volcanic eruption. Akila where's Halima Crater remains stable. The eruption started Sunday night and grew within the early hours of Monday morning before beginning to subside. At one point, lava fountains were shooting as much as 165 ft into the air. We're concerned of Asheville impacting communities on the Big Island, But so far there have been no serious issues. Contrary to initial reports, no evacuations were needed in nearby communities. The U. S Geological Survey downgraded interruption threat level to a watch in the aviation alert has been downgraded from red to Orange, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park remains open to visitors. From the news radio 8 30.

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02:11 min | 1 year ago

"mayor caldwell" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"I'm Julie Norton Dennis. It's official inmate coronavirus case numbers will no longer be reflected in Oahu's daily count. We could go. Mayor Caldwell asked Governor EJ for permission to remove inmate totals. Prison outbreaks like the one at Hlava Correctional Facility have been driving a lawful closer to falling back into Tier one restrictions meaning businesses would have to close or scale back operations. And what has been a recent trend that majority of Monday's cases on all of all who are among inmates at Hlava. Who's seven day case average is currently 105, which qualifies for Tier one. However, the average must remain above 100 for several more days before restrictions are officially ordered. 8000 doses of the Madonna Corona virus vaccine arrived in Hawaii Monday. An additional 4000 doses are expected We shipped in the coming days. 6000 of the initial doses went to who, well. The other 2000 are headed to the neighbor islands. Madonna vaccine will primarily go to the state's first responders and elderly care home residents. Volcanic eruption. Akila Where's Hurley? Mountain Crater remains stable. The eruption started Sunday night and grew within the early hours of Monday morning before beginning to subside. At one point, lava fountains were shooting as much as 165 ft into the air. We're concerned of Asheville impacting communities on the Big Island, But so far there have been no serious issues. Contrary to initial reports, no evacuations were needed in nearby communities. The U. S Geological Survey downgraded interruption threat level to a watch in the aviation alert has been downgraded from red to Orange, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park remains open to visitors. From the news radio 8 30 Cage Page News Center. I'm Julian Norton, Dennis Moore Trending local and National news at Cage VH radio dot com. There's efforts, said guys, this assume Alise. I know that mental health could be a really difficult thing to talk about. Sometimes. But these conversations can literally save lives. If you think that someone you know, could be struggling with feelings of depression. Do not wait..

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01:34 min | 1 year ago

"mayor caldwell" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"On news radio 8 30 K H. V H I'm Julia Norton Dennis Honolulu Mayor Kirk Call Bo is at odds with Lieutenant Governor Josh Green over the state's surveillance testing program. Earlier this week, Green called both the free travel and post arrival testing programs a success. It's because only 27 out of 17,000, plus people who have taken a voluntary post arrival tests have come back positive for Corona virus. But Mayor Caldwell says those numbers are skewed since only about 1000 of those tests have been conducted on Aku, the most populous island. Of under, David E. J says beginning Tuesday, Travelers wanting to bypass the 14 Day mandatory quarantine must have their cove in 19 test results from a trusted testing partner before they leave for the state of Hawaii. If test results are not available before boarding the final leg of the trip, the traveler must quarantine for 14 days or the length of the state, whichever is shorter. This new policy applies to do domestic transpacific flights and international flights, leaving locations where the state of Hawaii pre testing programs are in place. University of Hawaii students will likely still be distance learning in the spring. On Thursday, Euh President David last year told school regions that he's encouraged by the vaccine progress but realistically believes it will be tough to get students back in the classroom By early next year. Data released this week show people of Asian descent are.

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"mayor caldwell" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

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04:35 min | 1 year ago

"mayor caldwell" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"It's been one heck of a week since we spoke to each other last. I always like to start up once again with you inviting people over. And taking a look at stolen stuff away. Oh, yeah, Again. We're in anticrime group, and we have over 136,000 members based in Hawaii, and it's for a while. Oh, yeah, all about crimes, and it's remarkable because I go on and I learned from you I'd like to start if you wouldn't mind there is a posting by a member Daniel Perry. That has opposed that is perceived to be somewhat critical of the administration and the governor. But as I went through the post all the source information. Appears to be from the state or government sources. And it's just a compilation of where we are today. I found that very, very compelling. You know those types opposed their very difficult because normally we only deal with crime, but we also deal with corruption and it's one of those things were. It's a very tricky Very tricky because you have to be balanced in it. Um There is some question as to what's going on right now. I mean, there's discussion of the $50 million being set aside and where that money went, and you know there's just there's just a lot of Critical. Discussion about leadership and what's happening here in Hawaii? And I think people Are quite upset. Right now. I think that there's a lot of decisions that have been the wrong decision. And I know it's a difficult time. But For us being able to allow people to discuss that is important. We don't want to get into politics like it doesn't matter if they're you know, I don't. I don't allow Democratic or Republican partisan comments, you know, But we do allow discussion of the topic, which I think is very important in this situation, because right now it's getting bad. It really is getting bad for people, you know. Michael, I, um I share that I went to Mass yesterday and I went to the cathedral downtown with the kids. And I was I hadn't been there in a while. We go to a different parish. And when I walked in it was reminiscent. Of old War movies. The movie war of the Worlds were people. You are under attack would go to a church and you would see just distance between people, No interaction and no joy. If you will. It was. It was eerie and I saw this reflection of the reality that were under With ease restrictions over and over again, Michael, I'm sensing a vibe in town. I lived near town, Man, You're right. It's getting worse. Well, you know, I mean, with so many business closes people, people losing their livelihood. Um, one of the problems I have, of course, is the fact that you know they There are so many restrictions on businesses and terrorism and all these other things that Realistically, these people are forced that tour. Not being able to put food on the table. But yet There's nothing to provide for them. There's so many thousands of people that haven't background employment yet. Not enough income. $6 is just not enough, You know. It's just These people are underneath immense mental stress. And then we do the opposite of health officials recommendations. And we shut down our beaches in our parks. We shut down hiking. And forced these people to hide in a little hole. Expecting better things happen. I mean, that's when the abuse happens, People get stressed. Families get stressed out. You know, it's it's perfect microcosm. You know, for bad things to happen, you know? I just think we're making our own decisions in the in that realm. I really think we're going backwards. We're talking with Michael Kitchens, of course of stolen stuff. Hawaii. It is 8 14 in the morning. You also provided the service of linking to Mayor Caldwell's announcements of restrictions last week. And having your members make their comments. Michael at last Look, there were 144 shares 881 comments. With 356 reactions. I mean the reach of people..

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"mayor caldwell" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

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01:55 min | 1 year ago

"mayor caldwell" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Snuck in in the night and committed these murders. Nobody had a clue about who or why I got eight people dead and things like that don't usually happen in a small town. I mean, they don't usually happen anywhere. Somebody was trying to send a message. I don't think there could be any doubt about that. You could have written, more sinister story than what's playing out. Pike County, Ohio right now find the Piketon massacre on the I Heart radio app or wherever you get your podcasts. Trending now on NewsRadio 8 30 K H V. H. IM John Matthews Late Yesterday, the Department of Health updated the total number of covert 19 diagnoses across the state. Earlier in the day, it was announced as 53 total cases. But Dr Bruce Anderson, it a major press conference yesterday said that there was a delay with the data, blaming it on problems with the Elektronik record system. Late in the day. The Department of Health updated the number 2 152 new cases. As of yesterday of covert 19 In the state. 148 of those diagnoses came from the island of Oahu. Two new deaths were also announced within that 24 hours, including a Pearl City nursing home patient. The total number of deaths since the start of the pandemic now sits at 29. At that news conference. Several major announcements were made the Inter island quarantine law coming back, but it's only going to affect those traveling from Oahu to other islands. Neighbor islands such as Maui Kawai Big Island have saying relatively few cases as compared to Oahu. Mayor Caldwell announcing that beaches and parks across the island of Oahu, both city and state are closed. As of now and all the way through September 5th, you are allowed to walk across the park to the beach to get to the water, but you can't lounge around or loiter in the park team sports at Parks City and private pools are closed. Bowling alleys, mini golf courses, botanical gardens, all closed. On the island of Oahu. Authorities revealing more details about the deputy sheriff involved shooting at the airport. The.

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01:42 min | 1 year ago

"mayor caldwell" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Investments dot com To find out why investors like you switched US Fisher Investments clearly different money management investments in securities involve the risk of loss. Trending now on NewsRadio 8 30 K H V. H. IM John Matthews Late Yesterday, the Department of Health updated the total number of covert 19 diagnoses across the state. Earlier in the day, it was announced as 53 total cases. But Dr Bruce Anderson, it a major press conference yesterday said that there was a delay with the data, blaming it on problems with the Elektronik record system. Late in the day. The Department of Health updated the number 2 152 new cases. As of yesterday of covert 19 In the state. 148 of those diagnoses came from the island of Oahu. Two new deaths were also announced within that 24 hours, including a Pearl City nursing home patient. The total number of deaths since the start of the pandemic now sits at 29. At that news conference. Several major announcements were made the Inter island quarantine law coming back, but it's only going to affect those traveling from Oahu to other islands. Neighbor islands such as Maui Kawai Big Island have saying relatively few cases as compared to Oahu. Mayor Caldwell announcing that beaches and parks across the island of Oahu, both city and state are closed. As of now and all the way through September 5th, you are allowed to walk across the park to the beach to get to the water, but you can't lounge around or loiter in the park team sports at Parks City and private pools are closed. Bowling alleys, mini golf courses, botanical gardens, all closed. On the island of Oahu. Authorities revealing more details about the deputy sheriff involved shooting at the airport. The shooting first reported as happening during a traffic stop. But now HPD says the deputy sheriff was doing routine checks and spotted the suspect. By an abandoned warehouse. The man is.

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08:07 min | 2 years ago

"mayor caldwell" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Again Scott easy here as well Rick needed an extra day as he continues his recovery and these days pop up from time to time so he's able to get back with you tomorrow morning here on newsradio eight thirty K. H. V. H. no C. square this morning he passed on talking to me I feel very very sad but she's going to be back next week for you to send snarky Facebook comments you for sure March St I don't agree with that at all so you just have to deal with minus gadis inimitable personalities for the next hour or so interisland quarantine ends tomorrow you'll be able to travel here there and everywhere I looked at a few prices online got to say got to say love you guys over Hawaiian airlines but your prices will be higher than southwest at this point southwest doing a little bit a little bit better on the price points as far as going going in our island you think about visiting a friend of mine over on the Big Island is probably listening this morning and quite surprised that I might come visit him but does you know but southwest seems to be doing about fifty Bucks for each way in whole lines a little higher than that so you know whatever it whatever gets you back in the air back flying interisland hopefully the business returns in a in a fairly strong manner for both airlines you know and the move where someone had called about this movie theaters fitness centers bars other venues in a walk of a green light for June nineteenth a social distancing and all that I can't wait I mean ready to go to the gym yes make sure you socially distance no matter what you may have seen on TV with thousands of people if you get next to that girl in a bar mayor Caldwell in the federales are coming after you cal boy I do twenty four of it is by the way double back on that they're going to say they're gonna be open then closed open close open close level a cleaning schedule that they're gonna maintain so you need to check with them and find out if you're a member and I'm sure other jobs are doing this to they're gonna have times when you think I'll just stop by no it may be one of the close to thirty minute segments one and times when that name twenty four hour fitness really doesn't serve you well it is not and and the other thing is they're using the app to sign in now so you'll have to download the app as you walk in so you don't have to touch the fingerprint thing and they have a fingerprint thing yep it's been a while since I've been a member you know you don't flash card anymore use your fingerprint okay well use not now not now though no the agenda twenty four hour fitness is now nineteen and a half hour fitness map probably maybe less than that maybe so it's a seven twelve newsradio eight thirty K. H. V. H. with that you saw that the the the the cove it locked down at least to you know a lockdown is going away hospitals still struggling and I want to make sure I got this call in before a before we moved on here because I with the protests going on and the the the rank hypocrisy going on about social distancing right now I this call really got to me so Scott's over in Kailua this morning and Scott good morning and I do I want to get you on here just so we have another story to add to the pile of what all of this lockdown has meant for people who need health care and who have been scheduled for health care that they cannot get towards could not get during the the the absolute zenith of this pandemic so good morning Scott good morning and thank you for taking this call yeah so you had you have a friend who at like many had a quote unquote elective surgery and we're gonna put that in big air quotes elective surgery cancelled because of covert ninety yes what was the elective surgery he needed stance first hard he's eighty years old Vietnam War veteran combat veteran an American hero and he had that that was scheduled in early March mmhm at queen's and it got canceled because of that the call would quarantine he was unable last week Wednesday get a massive heart attack on the way to the hospital his heart stopped for ten minutes they revived him he is still in the hospital I'm not a hundred percent sure of his current condition bye all right I mean I was fully yet I'm guessing your rate yes my point right now yeah because this is something that could have been prevented and treated two months ago what but as an elective it was canceled see this is why that term you know all lectins surgeries are cancelled when you say that word we say that word what wasn't defined was what elective surgery is when you say that word people think that it's liposuction cosmetic or cosmetic you know cosmetic stuff or stuff that can be put off into the future you know without serious harm to the patient but the elective stuff is not just that it's this whole other group that by the way brings in a lot of money to keep hospitals functioning and and now it's had serious consequences can you I'm I'm sorry I'm a little bit ignorant on this because I don't have of I I don't have anybody in the hospital right now but can you even go see him at queens or is that I can tell they are allowing his wife yet okay with his axe once but now I can't go see and they won't let me anywhere near yeah we're still under the under that restriction there so well I I wish the best for your friend I hope he he has he has a speedy recovery and and is getting all the treatment that he needs but with something like that that's going to damage a lot of heart muscle and eighty years old that's that that's going to be that's gonna be a lottery have my friend the one thing very quickly if you Love Me this is something how many others are there that is that's that was almost the first thing that came to mind how many other not only in Hawaii but all over the country how many other people are there that either had very serious health issues or died because they couldn't get treatment or there were the rock out or or or they will or they were afraid to go they were absolutely gold stay away from the hospital stay away from the hospital stay away from the hospital and now you see over the past three or four weeks maybe valid old capita three weeks at least articles TV stations newspapers with hospitals begging people look we've got this under control if you're having symptoms of say a stroke that was the one that I remember was that article I think Hawaii news now about Pali momi saying that they've they're seeing people walk in who had symptoms of a stroke three or four days ago and we're afraid to go in because of all the hype and and I look at those stories I'm just like well what what do you expect you crank up the hype machine soul loud and scared the living crap out of people for so long of course our program now not to go to the hospital a number on that point that you made what you said they have under control my point is it was never out of control it it no point during especially in Hawaii during this the whole covert thing with hospitals ever overwhelmed with complications at no point I will give the benefit of the doubt this much Scott and I've and after that I got to go to my break here but I'll go I'll go I'll give them the benefit of the doubt on this at the start of this we didn't have any data we had nothing as it was what they call the novel virus so we didn't have any data as that data came in and showed what population was at risk and how it's spread and everything else the the the the lockdowns that continued over this long period of time especially in the state of Hawaii for interstate stuff I N. T. R. A. with in our state stuff including hospitals went far too.

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"mayor caldwell" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

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02:29 min | 2 years ago

"mayor caldwell" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Radio thirty KGH of course you can have her come out on Facebook and you'd be glad to hear from you and your messages of support as always it's got to be out as well he returns on Monday here mayor Caldwell list down his four criteria to get you back to work and start lifting the corona virus because a coronavirus lockdowns yesterday at a news conference he said the number of daily new cases needs to go down for two weeks straight we're in that ball park right now then a one who must have enough personal protective equipment for frontline workers third he thinks that there should be a solid system for contact tracing so people can see who needs to be isolated or tested after possibly being exposed and finally he wants everybody to keep social distancing and of course where your mask or else starting Monday says that re opening will happen slowly of the cumulative cases that have happened in Hawaii five hundred forty one of them three hundred seventy three had been on a wild but latest numbers yesterday statewide yes we had eleven new cases but we had fifteen more people marked as recovered meaning the total number of active cases across the state is down again and we have seen that throughout this week back in the last week Hey raises for city officials not be happening yesterday the salary commission unanimously voted to cut proposed salary increases of three percent the races were polled as funding becomes scarce because of the pandemic brown water advisory for the northern Windward shores health officials have issued advisory for Y. mehr bay and put a little beach park the advisory says because the heavy rains we experienced this week ejected a whole bunch of garbage into the water brown water of course means stay out don't even try it can get very sick from that finally two people had to be lifted to safety by U. S. Coast Guard helicopter after crashing a motor boat that happen in the middle of the night yesterday after Holly eva harbor boat ran up under the rocks will traveling it's a choppy water nor shores been under high surf advisory for fast past few days so voters are a little bit a little bit difficult phone's been a little bit different seven oh five another chance to win a thousand Bucks to help pay your bills coming up at the bottom of the hour with the keyword to.

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02:33 min | 2 years ago

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"Eight oh three three three or thirty K. H. B. H. on jun Matthews in for Rick quemada here's some of the top stories today one and I will be getting its first round drive through corona virus testing testing will be offered tomorrow from nine AM to noon on wind ice or at one I. small boat harbor that's what our friend Dr miss give H. and the premier medical group you hear every weekend here on newsradio eight thirty KGH Dr this convention Dr Lynn awesome doctors they're doing yeoman's work in this entire crisis been doing great not everybody can get tested just like all the other drive thru sites you you just can't show up you have to have symptoms you have to be showing corona virus symptoms in order to be tested mayor Caldwell says another testing event is set to happen at the YPO soccer complex on Saturday from eight to noon the wine I wanna know is tomorrow I feel any community college learning their supply ventilators to healthcare facilities yesterday the college announced they'll be handing out there eleven ventilators as needed the ventilators belong to the schools respiratory care practitioner program and they do a great job over KCC construction it sure was halted again is a big deal yesterday and the day before when the mayor said you know in the midst of a pandemic let's start that really controversial project over across the way again well I'm sure it sounded goodness that it it didn't go anywhere though they found a bone fragment that halted everything the mayor says he's he's contacted the state historic preservation division another local leaders to investigate the three inch bone fragment that was found we talked about homeless yesterday and here's something interesting HPD has set up an area for homeless people to go during the shelter in place orders it Katie lagoon but it's rather small it is eighteen ten second handle about fifty people at a safe social distance APD says they will monitor the site the mayor says he's got reports of homeless people living inside recently shut down businesses well yeah and as buildings basically at that point storefronts in every instance of that anyway at some of the stuff that's happening we're gonna get into hydroxy caloric win in our basic little understanding of it coming up here on newsradio eight thirty KGH can give me another keyword to text at the bottom of the hour for a thousand Bucks in cash the only way you can win to help pay your bills is to play along here's the details as you and our community deal with a new way of life we know.

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08:53 min | 2 years ago

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"Then what we did in the six o'clock hour in regards to what is transpiring with our state and our city and he will be telephone calls from you that will be representative of your thoughts and reactions I coming up in a little bit we're gonna have a senator Sam he'll be with us in a few minutes he's calling in and we're just simply going to go through some of the basic fundamentals of your government the big square building where we are what we're doing what status is and importantly about your role as a citizen of the state of Hawaii on top of that in the nine o'clock hour attorney Marc Victor will be with us and the focus will be on your constitutional rights and what all the implications are and then we'll get into more details on other issues and other topics but that's going to be primary and so we're gonna get together was Sammy coming up in just a few short moments one last thing I want to leave with you in regard to Josh and I mentioned before about how the politicking his future fine the connection and the elevation and in concert with mayor Caldwell let's all be honest and nobody can deny this and if you do good luck there is a there is now in my estimation a concerted effort to diminish Josh elevate Kirk for the upcoming gubernatorial elections in two years I know there are some all no that's it no no no you've been around long enough I have to we know how this works the interesting part about this is will unions stay out with one or the other is as you know union participation is big and it's so I'm gonna be interested to see how the union of allegiance plays out as this moves forward story in March sixteenth twenty twenty Hawaii legislature to suspend session amid contra a coronavirus fears rather March sixteenth don't keep the public from participating in public policy during crisis these are just two headlines in recent days that bespeak of exactly what the heck is going on with the legislature what is the status more importantly what does it mean to you all right dear friend he is senator Sam Sloan he joins us today Sam I want to thank you very much as always for taking the time with us my pleasure Rick I am working from home I'm kind of working for my second homes that qualify it might might be doing yes it does yes it does my friend I have a traffic update to take in about five minutes but I'd like to get started if you wouldn't mind the president of our conversation is yep the shuttering of the state legislature but what is the reality of a suspended session and what are your thoughts about the technical operation of the big square billing today okay well several flights first of all let's remember that the Senate is without two of its members senator Clarence Nishihara who tested positive and Breen Hari motel who continues bravely and courageously to fight that cancer so their debt they're down to the other thing is you mention about the time line the way the legislature works is that every year the speaker of the house present the Senate get together and they decide on the calendar and the calendar is published and finally when there's agreement and that calendar set certain deadline days and crossover days and winner when a bill has to pass lateral and and so forth we had that we've never had a suspension of the legislature never had a situation like this so we're in unchartered territory but I can tell you the legislature has power itself to modify its own calendar and I think that they're going through that right now the legislature is supposed to go until I think it's made seven but they can do all kinds of things what has happened and what's been the victim has been citizen participation there have been things going on it's it's just like the regular legislative session there's always things going on and usually there are things that are going on behind closed doors so the public doesn't get a chance to see this but the the regular hearing process you mentioned inside firearms skills a little earlier the the public does not have a chance to to weigh in on these on these things and that's very important and the legislature can vote itself some additional powers what I think is most interesting this time you may have seen padosis post as several days ago he was citing the Stanford research publication they said that they were concerned because a lot of these decisions are being made without factual data and without things to to back up what the claims are I'm sure you remember back in in nine eleven two thousand one when the legislature was in session I was there we used to have emergency meetings some more open to the public but the idea was what are we going to do and what shall we do and I can tell you then that there was discussion and there was disagreement you may remember we talked about the king then bill giving too much power and latitude to the governor of the bank I. Tanaka time even you know with this great emergency but there was still concern for civil liberties and for procedures and all that and so some of the things that that had been first proposed were not adopted this is an entirely different legislature I think that we saw at the very beginning for example of the speaker of the house president of the Senate holding hands and the one Republican in the Senate and the Republicans in the house everybody pledging to work together and so there's been very little discussion and very little you know questioning and I think that that's an important part of of the legislative session that that we need to look at and we we need to make sure that we get because otherwise the legislature is expected make basically their own rules and they can do without hearings we we already have that we've already had that in in regular sessions with the gotten replace bills and then some others where hearings were just not held held on the bill and yet yet it passed it's not a healthy requirement for good government and that's something I think that that we should be concerned about the problem is everybody is concerned about their own family their own life their business life and all that so I doubt that there's very much focus on the state legislature I mean everybody's talking about what's happening in Congress the that the vote coming up on the the two trillion dollar bailout and so forth but this far as a legislature it gives them cover in it if not too many people are watching and if they're not part of the process then the legislature is going to continue to do what it's going to do with its own agenda now it says there has been altered from the opening session obviously and the big problem that they're going to have now is the decline in revenue is going to be a serious decline in revenue because of the the limited limited visitor industry and the small business and and other business activity which usually generates tax revenues so that that's going to be a consideration also so there a lot of things we don't see them and we're not going to see them that's because basically they're going to be decided by leadership okay not by the entire legislature and not by you and me being part of it I want to get right back to the central point and I'm gonna do that when we come back from trap I just got to get the traffic.

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02:22 min | 2 years ago

"mayor caldwell" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"More congressional oversight of where the money goes and more money for workers the latest Johns Hopkins University count as more than four hundred seventy deaths and thirty five thousand cases of the virus in the U. S. York St alone reporting more than twenty thousand cases New York governor Andrew Cuomo had a call for all registered nurses and others who are licensed registered and we're saying we want you to enlist to help calm all also called for the federal government to put the defense production act in place to compel factories to help produce needed protective gear for the medical community so states aren't bidding against each other for the supplies they need to tell you J. powers in New York the governors of Massachusetts and Michigan are the latest ordering nonessential workers to stay home United Nations is calling for a cease fire in all armed conflicts around the world to focus attention on the pandemic because listening to fox trending now on news radio eight thirty K. H. B. H. I'm Julie Norton Dennis all visitors to Hawaii will have to go through a fourteen day quarantine that's the order from governor David eBay he says the order will help flatten the curve to ensure the state health care system is not overwhelmed during the corona virus outbreak residents returning to Hawaii will be required to quarantine at home while visitors will have to stay in their hotel rooms this mandate goes into effect Thursday meanwhile Hulu mayor Kirk Caldwell is issuing a stay at home order for on who to minimize the spread of the corona virus the order begins today and is scheduled to end on April thirtieth but mayor Caldwell says he expects the order to be extended the central businesses will remain open during the mandate such as grocery stores financial institutions and gas stations there are currently fifty six confirmed cases of covert nineteen in Hawaii including forty one in Honolulu our mayor Michael Victorino has also issued a stay at home order he says bold actions are needed to stop the spread of the virus now we stay at home order begins on Wednesday a marine assigned to U. S. marine corps forces Pacific at camp Smith has tested positive for cold with nineteen this is the first positive test for the marine corps in Hawaii the marine returned Friday from training and annual leave on the mainland.

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03:18 min | 2 years ago

"mayor caldwell" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"A moto has officially joined the race to keep the job not a moto who became acting prosecutor a year ago when his boss key kind of hero went on paid leave after receiving a target letter in a federal corruption probe announced his intention to run at a press conference Monday not a moto said we have already started to introduce safeguards against what has happened I mean the office is changing he said not a moto joins five other candidates retired judge Steve on former deputy prosecutor RJ brown public defender Jacqueline answer former deputy prosecutor making cow and defense attorney take him not a moto said his priorities would include protecting victims of domestic violence prosecuting vehicular homicides and aggressively pursuing sex traffickers why lawmakers are pushing through house bill two seventy five to provide cash subsidies to the state's only inter island cargo shipper it's an attempt to soften the impact of the shippers proposal to increase its rates but the state department transportation opposes the measure saying it unfairly benefits just one company higher shipping prices could mean a spike in prices for everything from milk automobiles and building material on some neighbor islands and lawmakers are swiftly and quietly pushed the bill along as a way to solve the problem now the representative Linda quite some measure comes as young brothers which is the only cargo shipping company serving all the main Hawaiian Islands is trying to convince regulators to let the company increase its shipping rates by thirty four percent to offset escalating operating costs the court says she has concerns about how the requested propose rates would affect her constituents young brothers as the main source of food delivery agricultural products and livestock many other in type of goods including vehicles to her district finally mayor Caldwell and city council budget chair Joey Manahan we joined Monday by city attorneys filed suit and won a circuit court to hold fossil fuel companies accountable for the mounting costs and impacts of climate change Honolulu joins over a dozen states cities and counties across the country have now initiated legal action against large oil companies that's according to the city as it says evidence comes to light about corporate efforts to high climate change impacts for decades from the read more about these and other stories please visit dot org it was a beautiful day the sky was so blue the cowboy and cowgirl had plenty to do she said I could kind of go for treat like to get a little somethin eight Callaway said I'll get you anything you wish cal girl said I got a taste for a sandwich with fish so they stopped at a restaurant everyone called Roy's Calabro said Rogers restaurant is a place I enjoy the first thing that we did the team come on and they said it's good to see you southwestern caught sandwich on a great big sign both decided that would be just fine the case because the sauce and cheese on a fresh Kaiser roll was just enough to please when they finish they headed for the door cowboy said we'll be back for more folks at Royce said see you soon you too until next time happy trails to you T. is that time of year when this isn't season boy Rogers restaurant you now have a reason.

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08:13 min | 2 years ago

"mayor caldwell" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Our good friends in studio on this edition of road to home first Wednesday of each month believe it or not it is September of two thousand and nineteen mark Alexander what the heck happened I don't know what I tell you time is just flying twenty nineteen zooming by in a blink of an eye we'll be at your house having Christmas dinner sure. or Hanukkah with some you know or festivus hello there hello yeah there you go a mark Alexander city and county with this of course our difference got more she get a Scott a lot you bro good morning wreck I have been been good yeah how's the pace of play of these days over the big square building and beyond I'm you know it's it's going okay like you on your I can't believe it's September or any ties by so fast. but there's always a lot going on yeah in order to cover some of that today of course we have a good friend who's joining us in studio Scott one introduce Toby force so on I think they'll be has been on the show before she's at the department of education and she's a homeless now homeless concerns that resemble homeless coordinator I guess for department of education so we we welcome you good morning thank you we're gonna jump in with I get briefed with Scott and mark for a moment and then we'll come back and have all great information from Toby but let's just jump on it I know top of mind of mark what would that be for you today well I I think we're very excited about the new outreach navigation program which got unveiled you know officially last week at a press conference led by you know mayor Caldwell you know this program took us over two years to get out you know it it took time and it's because it's it's kind of cutting edge for us for the city and county you know the city and county doesn't do healthcare doesn't do mental health services this is the responsibility of the state but this program starts to get close to that territory by funding street psychiatry and attorneys that will work with clients that really are severely mentally ill or suffering from substance use disorder who really can't help themselves the need intervention IHS is too for Human Services got the contract for this program it's a pilot five hundred thousand dollars targeting one hundred people on the street that are really hard to reach hard to touch clients these are the top of the toughest and the most vulnerable on street so we're excited about this is a partnership we're really happy to have at the press conference Scott was there we had two reps from the department of health because as everything we cannot do this alone there's no ego involved in this if we don't work together we're hosed well we chatted about this story speaking of earlier this year with the legislature with the enhanced E. C. T. and we're anticipating how this would be. so very helpful Scott from your standpoint your thoughts one thing is definitely you know another tool into a box it gives additional resources to providers on the ground like I H. us so they can actually better petition for these assist the commute treatment orders for people who are really following the **** their system the folks that we're talking about are not on your own the just the regular homeless individuals you see on the street is that people who are truly suffering who really cannot make decisions for themselves by their own medical care and therefore have gone untreated for years and years and years so this is giving the providers ability to connect these folks the treatment that they need so I think it's a step forward in the right direction I understand with IHS revealing the for initial point so they will be working with have been literally on the streets for over a decade and age wise little bit on the higher side. yeah I mean you know we know the average age of people dying homeless is under fifty three right and so when you know when you're suffering from the severe illnesses and your pooping in your pants and you doing all kinds of things that are clearly unhealthy you need help the thing is this you know will target like a hundred of these hardcore clients that are really in need and you know it's not just about using a cystic Hymie treatment so coming up with health care plans hopefully I can persuade people to avail themselves of psychiatric services if not they have also guardianship that they can utilize and of course a C. T. so the idea is at least get forty through that process so we're very hopeful excited it's not gonna be easy work this is not easy work but you know we believe working with our partners at the state with the providers that we can make it happen really help people and help the community well we've been here on the program seeking for that empowerment to take a more aggressive isn't the right word I think I'm more focused effort however there and I would just devil's advocate there are those are going to say a C. T. it's an infringement how in the world can you ingratiate yourself into the site hi a tree of people if they're not willing to be assisted and to be helped how do you circumvent if you don't have direct approvals it's separate from those whom you're approaching when folks bring up that kind of concern how do you respond well I think that's why we try to emphasize the continue one of progressive engagement the first engagement isn't Hey let's get a court order and have involuntary treatment the first engagement is that people that have specialty and working with this clientele to try to persuade them and often times they can be successful but it's also realizing that if that doesn't work let's try to find for example family member and go through a guardianship process more you know you know involve. the courts at that level so it's not quite in involuntary intervention if all else fails then you have a C. T. assisting community treatment and what the changes in the law we can focus on the harm that someone might be you know causing to themselves so is this progressive engagement that's really key a recent reports of course Hawaii highest per capita of homelessness in the nation however identified up to a third are suffering from severe mental. illness or conditions Scott how do we address such a burgeoning number. well again I think this is a community treatment isn't the only answer I think is one tool for those who are the most severe other tools that were brought online within the past few years for example we have a new intensive case management program what I H. us a focuses on the Chinatown and downtown area but actually partner with queens hospital in each PD to target those who have the highest interaction with the police in the emergency room so that they can get specialized case management services we have other programs like the joint outreach center in Chinatown was the lieutenant governor and others have really champion for that increase access just a basic medical care for people so that we can triage them quickly we're also bringing on programs for those dealing with substance abuse issues like the law enforcement system diversion program we talked about earlier so I think it's all of these things together like mark said it's really important we have this continuum so that we're able to quickly triage someone assess their situation figure out what level of care they need and then quickly link them to the right program so I think we're starting to see these things happen and we're having more tools come on lines that were better able to deal with the issues that we're seeing right in front of us I think we can I can say one were kind of summarizes your system we're starting to build a real system we're no longer a silo not saying it works perfectly but because we have a system then we can personalize the services that people require taking awhile to get here I mean I was that IT chessmen Connie Mitchell and people we first started looking at the assist to community treatment law modeled on New York it's taken many years to get us to this place but but we're building that system especially because of the I think cooperation coordination between city state and our providers I do have to take this break for traffic.

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06:16 min | 3 years ago

"mayor caldwell" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Back. It is all about this for your particular candidate. Now, we're all going to do this as long as people are interested in playing along. And again, it's an opportunity for you to represent your candidate. Let's go to Fred out in Hawaii KAI in the district. Fred allowed you. I'm not necessarily waters. But I am. On that console and. Most of the people here have you on? Controlling the rails. City council that the watchdogs of all our all our project. Well, that's that's a complete failure. What they did. So we need some change him. What probably water to someone else, man. Chains. Stop voting the same people back into office starts with us locally. Let me ask you just quick question. I appreciate your position for I understand it. And I thank you for it. When we talked about the city and county and virtually any governmental entity, we have the separation of powers in the branches. What do you suppose the influence is of mayor Caldwell on our city and county with his proposals his stewardship going back, even when he was, you know, temporary mayor under the Hannam administration. He was city director for years at cetera. What what do you make of his stewardship? You know, I'm not much into. But what I understand is. He he proposes something and they go. But when you like sort of like managing it overseeing the project once it goes through job as far as I know, you're here. I don't really know. Exactly how you probably know better than I do what I what I do know is I'm tired of the famous stuff went on. And anyone who is different? That's all he needs someone different. It doesn't matter who it if we just need to get people in there the same old stuff going on and everybody keeps complaining and complaining and complaining when everyone is voting sane people back into office. That's why I'm at I hear you. I appreciate it. Fred, thank you very much for the call and for your contribution today. Like to join us five to one eighty three eighty three I understand without a doubt. I think the only reason I brought up mayor Caldwell is that he is institutional with the city and county and from a procedural standpoint most important element that the council possesses is the pocket book. Now, if there is a proposal that is introduced by the administration. Yes, the council does have a say on passage or rejection, if there's a rejection of particular proposal debate discussion, go back to the executive branch or can be veto issued. So we do have procedure, of course. But we also have the influential position of the mayor. And if we take a look into an assessment of the city and county phone Lulu under mayor called wells now second term and previous administrative roles. We kind of have to see where we are. Now. And how did we get here and mayor Caldwell has to take credit or discredit for things that are favorable and unfavorable if we cite rail as an example, there's no greater champion other than Mufi Hannemann was for this particular project. Previous mayor, Peter Carlisle was also tremendously tremendously supportive, the common line between all of that is called well right city, managing director under movie took over as temporary mayor when movie ran for governor Peter Carlisle won the election and then Kirk Caldwell took over. So if there's any concerns about what the status quo is in many regards with the mayor. Now, you've had Trevor Ozawa who has served. One term travels out is not in totality one hundred percent. But importantly, an alternate voice. Another words, the it's it's a balance in the council that is not beholden to the mayor. And would Tommy be well more likely to be than Trevor that's for sure. So. The election isn't into Taliban just about the person and the individual. Yes, that's the overriding. But the implication about how business will be conducted in the council fueled by the executive branch is also prominent let's go to Elaine who joins us before the news align thanks for your patience and good morning. Hi. Yes. I definitely Trevor or our because. Is going to make Hawaii more walkable property taxes? I do not want it. Affect every one of us, and my children would not appreciate. Consider, you know, the lesser of the two evils. Trevor or John. Yes. Want to save us on not over virgin, I more taxes favor of having him on board. Also, definitely I think someone like him has his mind. Elaine. You're very articulate, and it's much appreciated that you joined us. Thank you. We lane very very much. Elaine in the district whether thoughts regarding Trevor Ozawa if you want to continue on with us. We'll take a break at the bottom of the hour for the news and updates. We love to hear from you at five to one eighty three eighty three district four election this Saturday. And by the way, if you're out of district four still has an effect on you still a concern for you. And if you have a thought or opinion regarding the election feel free to join us good morning. Hawaii seven thirty your chance to win..

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02:21 min | 3 years ago

"mayor caldwell" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Lightning. Anyway, the way my days are these days. Where's my comforter? House today. I am sorry. Nice. Just light winds. I have a couple of meetings. I gotta I gotta get outside. I've been working indoors all week and turning pale as our friends on FBI life can see. All right. So here's the deal. I got a note from my brother over at the mayor's office. He's exploiting. There is a separate group that is booking guests, and they. Inadvertently offered the mayor without checking with the mayor and the mayor's peeps. So they took the initiative now how they were able to get Mike. Good for them. But when it came to Kirk, unfortunately didn't check with Kirk and he is now in a session. With the conference. So he's not going to be able to join us. But AP said. When he gets back to town. We'll figure something out. Okay. All right. So that's where we are. Now. Listen AP's, a good, man. He's he's a good friend and a good man that I believe in one hundred percent, whatever he tells me. So that's where we are right now. And we'll figure it out when the mayor comes back into town, and I'll reach out and say, hey is back and we're here. So that said, yeah. Should I text Annika? I don't know. She'd be willing to texter back and see if if we can connect, but. I'd like to when we take the break. Now when we like to go through some of the yeah. Yeah. I hear how you answer mayor Hamada that we have for you. So let's do that when we return. Etiquette? Will join us next. I already gave her the heads up, and she's probably already got other things on her schedule. So we'll connect with their next week. We'll go over what would you have asked mayor Caldwell and I'll answer for you as much as humanly possible right after the V H traffic that.

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08:31 min | 3 years ago

"mayor caldwell" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"I want to thank all of our friends for joining us, the previous hours dedicated. To the discussion of fairness and equity. And. The supreme court hearing that will be taking later on today. The question that I have for you is this a fair and equitable procedure. And again, not accusatory. But I do raise the questions, and it has to do about relationships has to do about. Favouritism potentially driven by relationships. And but more importantly about specific roles within our government. And Mr. Tommy waters as I out line before has a a fairly. Substantial record of public service not deny not I'm just citing that in his service dating back to two thousand four. In the big square building as the house majority whip higher education committee. Charon the judiciary and beyond. That he has cultivated various and sundry relationships. But in his role taking you back to two thousand eleven to two thousand fourteen serving on the judicial selection commission. Is with various associate justices during that period of time where Mr. waters was involved on the judicial selection commission. During those years. Two thousand seven two thousand fourteen. You have three associate justices who are on the bench in the process of Mr. waters was involved with. As part of the judicial selection commission. Justice. Mckenna. In March of two thousand eleven. So one she became part of the bench. Mr. Pollock his August of two thousand twelve you can find all this information online, by the way, this is not. That's why I asked if if you do a little bit of extra. And justice. Mike wilson. Two thousand fourteen. And so there's a direct involvement is I find this. A bit staggering. And. There has not been a word said you can't find it in. I don't see anything in local news about the association. You don't see that even mayor Caldwell and Mr. waters work together. Yeah. You can find that to work together in the public defenders office. And they were there several years together. I mean, that's where you find relations. This is what I'm saying is that is our small circuit. But those relationships I don't deny them at all. But when there's an application. Of a legal issue that you've got to acknowledge you've got to reveal you've got to be transparent about that. So the public knows and understands and to take it a step further to exhibit. The integrity that your office demands that we as the public look to. For that standard. To not even acknowledge any of this. Now, give me a call Ricky wrong, Ricky, right? If you want if I'm completely totally an utterly off base. Let me know and tell me why. But in this particular story where the point of resolution is in our highest court, and there are issues that affect one particular candidate because of association and direct application of role and all of that with sitting justices with the mayor himself that has Corp council in the city clerk, and they're supposed to be making statements cases and defenses. To me. It's like you're going into a golf match and your opponent has fourteen clubs and you've got to play the whole round with a putter still in the game. Just not the same. Now, let me be clear I have to do this. Because we're talking about lawyers in the courts, not AC is not accusations, not indictments not statements that. Hold any kind of legal definition. But this is public information that you the public should know about. And you should be aware of. And if decisions are going to be made you need to know some of the background. We are prayerful and hopeful that there is nothing. But. Judicial process based solely upon fact, but were human beings. And in this particular case, Mr. waters has a tremendous amount of presence an incredible amount of association. Perhaps even influence. Due to those relationships and roles and responsibilities and in the past. We just have to sit there and wonder why wouldn't people that have those close associations a acknowledged him. And be act upon them. Sabrina McKenna Justice four years ago. Recusals this time around not that's the part. That's really. Fascinating. And troubling at the same time. So again, two pm today. Hawaii Supreme Court. I am hopeful prayerful and expecting. Trevor Ozawa's going to get a fair shake. I can only imagine from his and his supporters going, wait a minute. Mayor's on his side, the city clerk works for the mayor corporate counsel is supposed to be defending but works for mayor whose. Ardently supportive in relationship. And then on the court, you have judicial selection commission. 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