Lesson learned

March 17th, 2009

It’s more of a state issue, so when we asked Honolulu Mayor Mufi Hannemann for his reaction to the Superferry decision, we asked him what his administration has learned from the process and how he will apply that knowledge as the rail transit project moves forward.

His response:

“From the outset, we have recognized that both the Draft Environmental Impact Statement as well as the Final Environmental Impact Statement are crucial components of our rail transit project planning.  So we have been, and will be, very meticulous in the preparation of those documents in order that we get an affirmative and timely decision.”

One Response to “Lesson learned”

  1. capt jack ryan:

    Ain’t he wonderful? Gosh, he knows all the answers. He takes credit for everything. He hands out blame to anyone he can when things go south. And, he feels any office is his for the taking. His heart is not pure and his ear is not to the ground. The people are just tired after four years of his IAAM (it’s all about Mufi) attitude. He better stay at Honolulu Hale, ’cause as much as he doesn’t want to acknowledge it, or his staff is afraid to tell him, the crowd swell doesn’t want him at the Capitol. Find an employee who is willing to share his or her thoughts, and you’ll get the real story. ‘Nuff said.

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