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  • followed this page 2015-04-19 16:12:54 -1000
  • commented 2014-11-06 13:55:10 -1000
    Hi Trevor, Congratulations! I am on the Board of our building “Boulevard Tower” 2281 Ala Wai. Mr. Chang was an extreme disappointment. In front of our building almost half the palm trees have died. Mr. Chang told us since someone broke the watering system for the trees there were no plans to replace the trees. All in our building found this answer unacceptable. Please help us get new palm trees planted along the Ala Wai in front of our building. Thank you for your attention to this matter.


    Leon Rouse
  • commented 2014-11-06 08:25:46 -1000
  • commented 2014-09-28 10:47:46 -1000
    I’m Robert Gentry, President of the Gold Coast Neighborhood Association. Trevor was going to contact me for a brief meeting in the neighborhood, so he can be briefed on our activities/needs as he moves onto the Council. I can be reached at 923-4060. Mahalo
  • commented 2014-09-22 17:07:03 -1000

    Trevor Ozawa had a big sign posted on the corner of my yard (Kalanianaole Hwy and Paeoki, inside the planter). This past weekend someone vandalized all the political signs in our planter.

    I’m writing to let whomever know that we would be happy to have another big Trevor Ozawa sign.

    Thank you,

    Veronica Fox
  • commented 2014-08-21 06:27:48 -1000
    Good luck in the race Trevor. Good to meet you the other day and I wish you victory.
  • commented 2014-08-20 18:32:31 -1000

    Recently Kahala Shell closed. I understand that most of the small businesses on Waialae between Kilauea and Hunakai (mauka) will be closing over the next two years. Why? Evidently, the land owner is looking to build. My guess is high rises (they are doing soil sampling). This isn’t good news (except for the land owner, I believe it is Bishop Estate). Do we really need an extension (so to speak) of Kahala Towers? What about traffic? What about blocking the view of residents just mauka of the potential development? What about people living in the valley? Note, your opponent is obviously tied in with Bishop Estate, lives in Kahala Towers. Of course, being a Kamehameha Schools graduate, he would be expected to have loyalties towards his Alma Mater. I have been involved with poltics in Hawaii for a long time. My somewhat educated guess is his support much less his campaign is supported by stakeholders who want more development in Kahala, high rise development. He is ‘close’ to Mayor Caldwell, is an experienced politician and understands what this is about. Again, that is not illegal. But, as a resident, I do not like the accumulating of political power for the purposes of putting an eyesore high rise in my neighborhood. The small businesses being thrown out provide employment, good rent for the landlord(s), and serve our community. I feel your opponent needs to fully explain his position. Frankly, I am writing you this because you are new and hopefully dialed into serving the public first. There is a lot of money to be made if massive redevelopment goes through in my neighborhood…at the expense of our lifestyle. What are you going to do?
  • commented 2014-08-10 17:57:43 -1000
    Congrats Trevor, onto the general………I was proud to cast my vote for you, please remember to stop the satellite dishes from being placed in yards. Yes I am the lady on 20th ave. I truly hope that we can all get you on the City Council so that you may get this on the agenda.. The DIRECT TV company does not care that these dishes are an eyesore , they are also highly dangerous. I have not slept well since this awful thing has been installed, I believe that it also affects peoples health somehow. I know that it disrupts sleeping phases, ever since May 6, 2014 I have not slept well, nor has my roomate. But lets get ya on the Council, then you can get this to be prohibited. Hawaii is a beautiful place, imagine having these things everywhere? Please do something Trevor…Your baby is very beautiful……congrats.

  • commented 2014-08-09 16:36:08 -1000
    Trevor, I voted for you days ago.
  • commented 2014-08-07 12:16:58 -1000
    Congratulations on the birth of your daughter. Hope everyone is hale and hearty. A hui ho.
  • commented 2014-06-17 20:00:47 -1000
    Hi Nomi Carmona, you can email the candidate survey to Thanks!
  • commented 2014-06-16 18:42:35 -1000
    Hey Trevor! This is Sara Levey, you were friends with my brother, Daniel, in elementary school. I’m so glad to see you are running for office. While I live in Las Vegas and am unable to vote for you, I have encouraged my parents to do so (they still live in Hawaii Kai). Take care and I wish you nothing but the best!
  • commented 2014-06-15 23:19:27 -1000
    Aloha, looking for an email address for you so we can issue our candidate survey for voting guide. Thanks!
  • commented 2014-06-14 18:03:52 -1000
    I would like to know if you are a Republican or Democrat?
  • commented 2014-06-06 16:25:53 -1000
    HKNB Candidate Forum, June 24

    Dear Candidate,

    The Hawaii Kai Neighborhood Board will hold a candidate forum on Tuesday, June 24, 7:30 to 9:00 p.m., for those in primary races for House District 17, House District 18, and City Council District 4.

    The forum will be part of the regular monthly meeting of the board at Hahaione Elementary. Details are being developed.

    Please respond with whether or not you will be able to participate. Also, please include a regular campaign email address we can use for follow-up communication. Mahalo.



    Greg Knudsen, Chairperson

    Hawaii Kai Neighborhood Board

    395-3725, 224-0790