Tracy Arakaki for Aiea State Rep D33
Tracy Arakaki for Aiea State Rep D33
Kong has brought '0' CIPs to our Aiea. The senator who was responsible is not a part of Aiea now due to redistricting and the state rep who did all the work has retired. This is bad news for Aiea, this is why we need Arakaki to get the JOB done. He has proven himself in the difficult TV industry to get projects done.
Its unfortunate when opponents resort to vandalizing and sign stealing. The police report tells the story. Tracy Arakaki does things the right way. Tracy has fought for our Aiea for over 23 years on the Aiea Neighborhood Board. From the proposed Royal Summit zipline tour to the cell tower in Newtown Arakaki fought for the community and voted NO.
Over the past 23 years Tracy Arakaki has been elected on to the Honolulu County's Aiea Neighborhood Board. He helped to stop the zipline tours project in Royal Summit, the cell tower on Piki Street in Newtown and countless other projects that were of concern to Aiea residents.
Tracy Arakaki and his family has been a part of Aiea since 1960. He has seen the many changes from sugar cane to Pearlridge and will have seen two stadiums built in Halawa. Arakaki has been serving Aiea on the Neighborhood Board for over 23 years. He was an award winning news cameraman, small business owner, he worked in the petroleum industry and knows how this affects our water. Tracy will be a much more effective representative for our Aiea.
Due to the jet fuel contamination of our water source from the Navy the community is very concerned. Tracy Arakaki worked in the petroleum industry for years and asked the Navy the hard questions. He sits on the Aiea Neighborhood Board's Red Hill Fuel committee and will continue to fight to make sure we get the answers our community deserves.
For years Tracy Arakaki worked in the petroleum industry for his cousins company who lives half a block away. Because of this Arakaki has the knowledge to ask the Navy the hard questions, which he did. This is why he sits on the Red Hill Fuel Committee. He will make sure we get the answers we deserve.
When residents in Halawa are concerned about speeding Arakaki did more than just post banners that says 'No Speed'. Tracy is proactive so he got Aiea residents together and made a 'Slow Down' rally. Get ready as he will have more of these 'Slow Down' rally's coming up.
Its only fair if a persons vehicle puts less mileage on our roadways they shouldn't have to pay as much. The Vehicle Weight Tax is based on an average of 10,000 road miles a year. So why should someone who is retired or has a home business that drives 5,000 miles pay the same VWT as someone who drives 10,000 or more?
For years Tracy Arakaki worked in the petroleum industry. Tracy sits on the Aiea Neighborhood Board's Red Hill Fuel Tank committee. Due to his experience he asked the Navy the hard questions and you can count on him to make sure the Navy addresses all our Aiea communities concerns. Stay tuned for more updates.
As our parents age we need to take care of them and their needs. Join Tracy Arakaki for FREE Medicare and Medicaid workshops with national healthcare expert Martha Khlopin. Stay tuned for dates and times.
Speeding is a major concern in our Aiea. Tracy's family like so many of us have experienced the consequences of the rampant speeding throughout Aiea. Three of his families vehicles were damaged and 2 were a total write off. His brothers red truck was totaled and the vehicle that caused the accident is near the next cross street. Stay tuned as Arakaki has begun 'Slow Down Aiea' events.
If we join together and make our voices heard, we can fight for the change we want to see!
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