Noe Tanigawa of Hawai'i Public Radio [HPR] talks to Ka Po'e O Kaka'ako leader John Kaulupali and Lt. Governor Josh Green on what could be more productive ways to move forward to help Hawai'i's houseless problem.
Read and listen to the story on HPR at https://bit.ly/2NUjYhY
"Green is looking at unused government land, with Hawai‘i’s emergency proclamation speeding expected $2-$4 million dollar infrastructure upgrades.
"If you get the land, you can move within 4-6 months. We are already working with a private entity called Home Aid which will bring a lot of extra resources. They’re a large amalgamation of all of the developers who are quite generous, Castle and Cooke and other developers, they want to give back. I just got out of a major meeting with state leaders, City and County leaders, Attorney General, deputies, all to get on the same page, and each to their own."" -Lt. Lt. Governor Josh Green "We’re hoping for a piece of land, a small parcel, where we can start building a community and building relationships with that community." -John Kaulupali