Pahoa Village and in particular the town section of it, has long had a reputation of having many problems. A few years back the Town was a recipient for Federal funding for “Weed and Seed” programs that brought cameras in to town and established laws that would make dealing drugs more punishable.
Well the cameras in town didn’t last long and they really didn’t seem to be very effective in cleaning up the problems that Pahoa was having.
This morning, I just noticed that quietly the county has installed cameras throughout the town:
I’m not exactly sure who is monitoring these cameras and/or who paid for them… but they look pretty high-tech.
I wonder if they are being recorded 24/7 or just being monitored when needed?
Some of the cameras looked like they may have the ability to look 360 degrees.
Let’s see if this solves some of the problems we are having… or just creates more!
- Pictures from the Community Meeting on Geothermal at Pahoa High School (damontucker.com)
- Car Accident in Pahoa Takes Out Utility Pole, Leaves One Injured (damontucker.com)
- County Moving Forward With New $5.5 Million Pahoa Community Park (damontucker.com)
- Pahoa Residents Come Out in Force for Mayor Kenoi’s Community Meeting (damontucker.com)
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