Aloha Tim --
While our community has been resilient in the recovery efforts in light of the torrential rains and flooding that occurred last weekend, recovery and relief efforts highlighted the importance of government in our daily lives.
From ensuring our first responders have the proper resources to respond promptly in times of need to government providing all available resources to aid in recovery and relief efforts, our city government plays an important role in our well-being.Read more
Earlier this week, I met with residents on Papai Street in Aina Haina to survey the damage and to assess the needs of our impacted community. While major damage was reported in Aina Haina, I also reached out to neighbors and friends in Kuliouou, Niu Valley, and Hawaii Kai to understand and gauge the impact of the torrential rain in their communities.
While I was going door to door and having conversations with residents and long-time friends in Aina Haina, I saw that this community stood together. I saw neighbors helping neighbors, extended families assisting one another, all in the collective effort of helping one another. However, the city needed to do more.
Friends and supporters of Councilmember Trevor Ozawa invite you to help kick off his re-election campaign.
Join us for stew and rice from Young’s Fish Market and live entertainment as we support Trevor Ozawa in his re-election campaign to continue finding solutions for our community.
About a year ago, I took the oath of office to begin serving as the Councilmember of Honolulu's 4th Council District, spanning from Ala Moana to Hawaii Kai.
From assisting District 4 residents with various city-related inquiries and issues to working on developments throughout the island, the past year has been exciting and busy. The Honolulu City Council addressed a lot of important issues in the past year; we adopted a $2.3 billion operating budget and $569 million capital improvement project budget, of which we committed nearly $140 million to specific programs and initiatives to address the growing issue of homelessness.
With my wife and daughter by my side, my grandparents and mother looking on, I took the oath of office on Friday, January 2nd, 2015, to begin my service as Councilmember for Honolulu's 4th Council District. I'm extremely thankful and humbled at this opportunity to represent and serve the people of District 4.Read more
With the holiday season upon us, it's been a hectic couple of weeks. From spending time with my wife and daughter to preparing to be sworn in, this holiday season has been particularly busy and festive.
Ozawa offers a fresh, independent voice, while being well-versed in constituents' needs, and his election would best serve the voters.Read more
On Tuesday, I had the pleasure of joining the Kahala Business Association for a candidates forum. I enjoyed talking with business owners and members of the Waialae-Kahala area and sharing my vision of new ideas, new energy, and new leadership to City Hall.Read more