The debate over the future of Molokai is usually framed as a conflict over lifestyle and culture, and those are valid things to debate, but we shouldn’t forget that Molokai has barely enough water for “the good old days,” and not enough for even slow development. Fire and water on Molokai | Howzit Howard...
Business Update on Hawaii’s Agriculture Written by Sunrise on KGMB9 – email@example.com August 27, 2009 07:02 AM Balance reporting on Hawaii’s recession requires reports on industries that are still growing in these times. That includes the business of growing seed for mainland farmers. Mark Phillipson is the new GM for the Hawaii operations of...Continue reading
Did you think the governor issued layoff notices to impel the unions to more readily agree to the more sensible alternative of furloughs? Because if the layoff notices are lighting a fire under anybody, it seems to be state legislators. The unions are still moving with deliberation, possibly hoping that the economy will...Continue reading
Pacific Business News (Honolulu) – 9:28 AM HAST Wednesday, June 13, 2007 by Howard Dicus The Maui Department of Water Supply has declared a drought in Upcountry Maui, imposing mandatory water restrictions, while dry conditions are getting worse on the Big Island. Maui officials Tuesday imposed 10 percent water restrictions on nonagricultural users in...Continue reading