‘What is the No. 1 problem in Hawaii?’

By Yu Shing Ting & Nathalie Walker
Wednesday - October 20, 2010
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ALAN NAKAMURA
Mililani, Student

“The commute time. It takes me at least an hour to get to school, and I feel I could be doing something more productive with that time.”

VALERY O’BRIEN
Kuliouou, Marketing Director

“There are two: education and job opportunities for the middle class.”

WENDY LOH
Punchbowl, Retired Business Owner

“The poor nutrition our children face because of the local diet we’re so accustomed to. More education is needed.”

CHASE MCCAIN
Kaneohe, Navy Diver

“Traffic. It takes too long to get to and from work, and it’s not very predictable. I’ve been late because of it.”

JOHN HOWELL
Waialae Iki, Nonprofit executive

“The economy. A stronger economy will make all households (families, businesses, etc.) healthier.”

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