Yes, here it is October 2013 already. Where does time go??
As we said on our Home Page, this little site is seeing more and more visitors with each passing month. In July 2012 We had 400 visitors. In September 2013 we had over 2100 visitors. Also up are the number of emails that we receive through our contact form. These emails have ranged in topics from what to do about noisy neighbors to underscoring the need for enforcement of current ordinances and statutes covering noisy boom cars, motorcycles, mopeds and aftermarket exhausts on cars and trucks.
Thanks to everyone who has helped us attract attention. Keep doing whatever it is you might be doing to pass the word - it's really helping.
Watch our Home Page for new icons that we'll be adding shortly that will allow you to link our A Quieter O'ahu Website to your facebook page. As we venture into social media we believe this will help us gain positive and more widespread exposure. We're also looking at adding a "Forum" page where you can drop by to share your thoughts or comment on the thoughts of others. We hope to roll the "A Quieter O'ahu Forum" page out by end-of-year. Look for it under "more" on the Home Page.
Thanks again to everyone for your support
Take The Time To Comment!!
Let us know what you think. Are you tired of the noise? Do you have ideas on how to combat the noise? Tell us about it.
Also, use the "Contact A Quieter O'ahu" form (under "More" on the menu bar) to let us hear from you. We will be compiling email addresses of those interested in reclaiming a quieter O'ahu and hope to have a newsletter circulating soon. The newsletter will update you on legislation and the positions of our legislators, provide information on what Neighborhood Boards are doing, and generally serve as a clearing house to get information out quickly so people can act TOGETHER for positive change.
Sign-in, share your thoughts, contact us - Let's take back the island!!
In the space for "Name" on BLOG Comments you may use your name, initials, or just your location in Hawaii (e.g., Kaneohe).
The author is just another Hawai'i resident who is tired of seeing the proliferation of noise on our beautiful O'ahu going unchecked.