November 6, 2016

Honolulu Star-Advertiser – Candidates find purpose in providing help, solutions

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The Honolulu Star-Advertiser recently chatted with Honolulu mayoral candidates Charles Djou and Kirk Caldwell, and some of the people closest to them, to explore what makes each tick and how their personal backgrounds and life experiences led to this juncture.   To read the rest of the article, click here: http://www.staradvertiser.com/2016/11/06/hawaii-news/candidates-find-purpose-in-providing-help-solutions/

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November 6, 2016

Hawaii Free Press – DJOU PLEDGES COMMITMENT TO ALL PARKS; NOT JUST A FEW

The city has 290 parks but Caldwell has focused primarily on the parks in the center core. Last year he spent $1.2 million for a New York consultant to redesign Ala Moana Beach Park — our major “people’s park”. Over 350 people spoke at the consultant’s community meeting; they said nothing was wrong with the park design. They thought the …

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November 5, 2016

Hawaii Free Press – Djou’s Action Plan Relieves Homelessness

This afternoon, mayoral candidate Charles Djou held a press conference at Mayor Wright Housing in Kalihi to share his plan to immediately address Honolulu’s need for affordable housing, which aims to directly address the city’s homeless epidemic. He was joined by local developer Peter Savio, who has built thousands of affordable housing units in Hawaii.   To read the full …

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November 3, 2016

Honolulu Star-Advertiser – Djou to speak at Auto Lunch Bunch

Honolulu mayoral candidate Charles Djou will be the featured speaker Monday at the monthly Auto Lunch Bunch at the Waikiki Yacht Club at 1599 Ala Moana Blvd. Djou will outline his proposal for the city to acquire land on Oahu to reopen a race track for drag racing, motorcycle racing, sports car racing, dirt track racing and other activities. To …

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November 2, 2016

Civil Beat – Djou’s First 100 Days

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Charles Djou on Tuesday unveiled how he would govern during his first 100 days, should he be elected Honolulu mayor next week.   To read the full article, click here: http://www.civilbeat.org/2016/11/djous-first-100-days/

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