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Civil Beat: Another Candidate Running For Manahan’s Council Seat

Published in Honolulu Civil Beat on September 24, 2019 By: Chad Blair Earlier this month we reported that Radiant Cordero, chief of staff for Honolulu City Councilman Joey Manahan, is campaigning to take his open seat next year. Manahan is completing his final term. Add Jacob Aki to that District 7 race for the seat that represents …

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CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATE JACOB AKI WELCOMES RADIANT CORDERO INTO COUNCIL DISTRICT VII RACE

For Immediate ReleaseSeptember 20, 2019Media ContactJacob Aki808-230-9071 (Kalihi, Oʻahu) – Jacob Aki, a candidate for the Honolulu City Council District VII seat (Kalihi, ʻIwilei, Kalihi Kai, Māpunapuna, Salt Lake, Āliamanu, Hickam, Foster Village, Ford Island, and Sand Island) and the Chief of Staff to State Senate Majority Leader J. Kalani English has been campaigning for …

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RESPONSE TO UNIVERSITY OF HAWAIʻI PROFESSOR JOHN LEARNED’S COMMENTS REGARDING KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOLS

For Immediate ReleaseSeptember 18, 2019Media ContactJacob Aki808-230-9071 (Honolulu, HI) – A recent recording that is gaining attention on social media (https://bit.ly/2kHLamo) featured commentary from University of Hawaiʻi (UH) Professor of Physics, John Learned who criticized the Kamehameha Schools in a public setting as “academically unsuccessful” He is quoted saying:  “We know that the Kam Schools …

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CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATE BELIEVES NEW CHANGES TO BULKY PICKUP PILOT ARE UNFAIR TO OTHER RESIDENTS IN URBAN HONOLULU

For Immediate Release September 16, 2019 Media Contact: Jacob Aki          808-230-9071 (Kalihi, Oʻahu) – The City and County of Honolulu is making new changes to their bulky pickup pilot to allow Waikīkī residents to schedule weekly appointments instead of being limited to once-a-month appointments. Timothy Houghton, deputy director of the city’s Department of Environmental Services …

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