President's Message (Arlene Ellis)|
Team to Examine Alternatives to Rail (Astrid Monson)
Honolulu League Will Participate in National Recycling Survey
League Members Learn About Integrated TSM/Transit Systems (Astrid Monson)
Teamsters Vote Count to Get Underway in September
Waikiki Plans Proliferate (Astrid Monson)
Waikiki Walk Two (Dorothy Turnbull)
News from the Council Review Committee (Jean Aoki)
Leaguers Attend Kapolei Presentation (Astrid Monson)
Honolulu League Members Seek Political Office
Welcome New Members
Announcing: People's Water Conference #7
Waikiki Walk Two
League members and other community groups carrying signs and banners walked along Kalakaua Avenue July 14. The demonstration was held to express citizens' dismay at the decision of the State's Waikiki Convention Center Authority to select Herbert Horita as developer of a convention center at the International Market Place.
The Horita plan, which includes hotel rooms, condo units and a shopping center, will violate current height regulations by an extra 140 feet and will be 5-1/2 times the allowed density. Leaguers carried brightly painted slogans that expressed concern for the adverse effect all that concrete will have on Waikiki.
At the conclusion of the walk the band of marchers returned to the bandstand to listen to talks given by interested citizens and politicians.
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