On Thursday August 18th, Hawaii County Mayor-Elect Harry Kim was on PBS Hawaii’s television show “Insights on PBS Hawaii“.
Mayor-Elect Kim talked about committing to the be the mayor of the Big Island for the next 4 years, some of the reasons why he ran for office, trust in government in general at all levels while even touching a bit on the Billy Kenoi p-Card legal predictions our current mayor is in.
He also spoke about this current election and the feedback he has been receiving since being re-elected as the Mayor of Hawaii County. He spoke a little about the divide between East Hawaii and West Hawaii and part of the lack of communication that he had in his previous time in office.
The PBS Hawaii Replay is tomorrow at 2pm but you can watch it anytime here: