Did Momentum Give Prevedouros a Final Push?Civil BeatBy Michael Levine on 09/21/2010
A Civil Beat analysis of election results shows anti-rail mayoral hopeful Panos Prevedouros gained ground in every district between early voting and election day.
All told, Prevedouros came in third in the race… Continue
Added by Vote Panos on September 21, 2010 at 10:00am —
Oh, the anguish!
If we are SO frustrated out here, it must be even more so for you and your family.
You, your family and supporters have put so much into this.
We have never been more informed about how the city works in these past 2 years than all the 30+ years of voting!!!
and truly, truly appreciate all the valuable intelligent information. We now know the questions to ask!
We hope you are able to take a moment to breathe...let us know what can happen… Continue
Added by Cheryl M. Nakagawa on September 19, 2010 at 2:17pm —
a vote for panos is a vote for:
... (new) (real) change
...the next generation
...action not just talk
Added by arish riordan on September 17, 2010 at 6:31pm —
AT THIS MOMENT OUR CITY AND STATE …
1. IS $140 MILLION DOLLARS IN DEBT. RANKED AS THE 5TH MOST BANKRUPT CITY
(article in Business Insider.com –
Added by jeff hino on September 17, 2010 at 1:59pm —
Honolulu needs an engineer for it's next mayor…
Added by Nancy Nagamine on September 17, 2010 at 12:27pm —
A VOTE F
A VOTE FOR PANOS IS A VOTE FOR:
P- POT HOLE REPAIRS - WHICH HE WILL DO ENGINEER STYLE.
A- APTITUDE- SOMETHING HE HAS LOT'S OF TO GET THE JOB DONE.
N- NO RAIL- WHICH HE WILL SEE THROUGH TILL IT'S END.
O- OBLIGATION- ONLY TO YOU, THE RESIDENTS OF THE CITY & COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
S- SINCERITY- WITH TRUSTING CARE; IN QUIETNESS AND CONFIDENCE HE WILL LEAD… Continue
Added by jeff hino on September 17, 2010 at 10:00am —
Got your attention? Now a question? What mode of mass transportation takes advantage of highways that cost nothing to build, or maintain, do not require people or businesses to re-locate, has far less of a carbon foot print, little if any impact on the environment, and has zero traffic jams? Oh yes, costs far, far less then the rail project? Give up?… Continue
Added by B. Willauer on September 17, 2010 at 3:06am —
1. our children
2. smart growth
3. the environment
4. "right sized" government
5. smooth roads
6. smart and affordable solutions to tough problems
7. more local jobs
8. happier commutes!
Added by Mark Torreano on September 16, 2010 at 11:05pm —
Hawaii and the island of Oahu has a great history of doing things badly. Maybe by accident, maybe unintentional, but still the tax payer keeps paying the price for the politician's blunders.
Remember when the city purchased the pot hole fix-it truck only to find out later that it required an expensive type of asphalt that we didn't have. The city abandoned the idea, sold the truck at a huge loss, and decided to keep the pot holes. Trust me,… Continue
Added by Joshua Fish on September 16, 2010 at 10:00pm —
Announcing our new official Headquarters!
There is no need for Volunteers to visit King Street office, all volunteer supplies available are at this new address.
Geoffrey hours - still remain the same (12noon - 4pm)
Please follow simple rules of conduct
while we use their
facilities. Tenants are still conducting
business in the rear office space of the showroom. They periodically
have visitors,… Continue
Added by Craig Maeshiro on September 16, 2010 at 12:42am —
PANOS PREVEDOUROS MAYOR 2010Contact Panos Prevedouros 383-5006
Panos Prevedouros to hold press conference today immediately following voting at Honolulu Hale.
When: 2:30 PM Today, immediately following Panos voting at Honolulu Hale
Property Tax Building. > 300 feet from Honolulu Hale, 558 S. King > MAP
PETER CARLISLE and… Continue
Added by Vote Panos on September 15, 2010 at 12:30pm —
September 15, 2010
STATEMENT FROM MAYORAL CANDIDATE PANOS PREVEDOUROS + TEAM PANOS
on ED CASE
Contact: Peter Kay Campaign Chair, firstname.lastname@example.org , 312-436-1941
Panos is available for interviews. Contact him directly at 383-5006
Following the debate Tuesday evening and immediately following the news broadcast where Panos Prevedouros was declared the debate winner in the stations' online poll (74%), failed congressional… Continue
Added by Vote Panos on September 15, 2010 at 11:30am —
THE CONDITIONS OF U.S. CITIES AT THE MOMENT REQUIRE THAT WE ELECT AN ENGINEER RATHER THAN A POLITICIAN. MR. PREVODOUROS HAS THE CAPABILITIES AND THE REAL WORLD EXPERIENCE THAT IS NECESSARY FOR HONOLULUS FUTURE DEVELOPEMENT AND STATUS.
THE FACT THAT MR. PREVODOUROS HAS DIRECT KNOWLEDGE OF MAJOR PUBLIC PROJECTS IN OTHER COUNTRIES AND U.S. CITIES WILL ONLY HELP MR PREVODOUROS IN HIS DECISIONS AS MAYOR.
MANY POLITICIANS ARE NOT WILLING TO LOOK… Continue
Added by HAROLD GEORGIOU on September 14, 2010 at 1:56pm —
My vision for Oahu in the next 50 years is a sustainable community of no more than one million people. An island that, if correctly designed, will have enough water, enough transportation and enough energy to
support its people and its visitors.
Our island does not need landmarks like the Empire State Building, Sears Tower or the Golden Gate Bridge. Our island itself is an iconic… Continue
Added by Panos Prevedouros on September 14, 2010 at 1:17pm —
A special election is being held in Honolulu for Mayor. The main issue is the construction of a Rail System. A public vote was held for or against the rail. The result I believe was 50.6% for rail and 49.4% no rail.…
Added by CCK on September 10, 2010 at 7:57am —
Added by Panos Prevedouros on September 9, 2010 at 6:12pm —
The Honolulu proposed Rail project is a Mega-project that requires a forceful approach to get Oahu's population to support it.
It requires hiding the negative aspects and highlighting the positive aspects, through large investments on media publicity, paid publicity consultants, and a great… Continue
Added by Juan DeV-Muñoz on September 8, 2010 at 4:11pm —
A Mayor's duties: Culture & The Arts, Parks & Recreation
I have a lot of friends in the arts. Strangely, I've recently learned how much a Mayor does in terms of cultural, artistic, recreation which is all tied into Tourism. And tourism is tied into culture… Continue
Added by Juan DeV-Muñoz on September 7, 2010 at 11:03pm —
HOT OFF THE PRESSES:
HONOLULU MAGAZINE and Why you should vote for Panos Prevedouros...
Added by Vote Panos on September 3, 2010 at 5:00pm —
The Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) for the proposed Rail project on Oahu is a required step in a long chain of steps. It is not, in itself, complete approval for the project, or it wouldn't be at the Governor's desk awaiting signature.…
Added by Juan DeV-Muñoz on September 1, 2010 at 12:58am —