Express Your Thoughts on the Highway 130 Project

I’m soliciting comments for the upcoming Highway 130 meeting that will be held at Keaau Middle School on Monday, October 18th.

Anyone that has attended the KPAG Highway 130 meetings know that they are very structured and that often times the public gets shut out from having their questions answered.

Typically, only us folks that are on the committee are allowed to speak freely and ask questions or make comments when we want to during these meetings.

Being that I’m on the KPAG committee and will be allowed to speak at any given time during Monday’s meeting… I will allow folks to post comments here or email then to me at my email address at  damontucker @ (no spaces).  Please title Email as “Questions for H130 Meeting”

Three Dog Night Coming to Hawaii

The Hilton Waikoloa Village welcomes legendary musical icon Three Dog Night to perform at the Hilton Grand Ballroom on Friday, Nov. 5, 2010 at 8:00 p.m.

With more than 20 consecutive Top 40 hits and three No. 1 singles, Three Dog Night continues to rock a multigenerational audience after nearly 40 years together. These seasoned performers engage and excite concertgoers with their awe-inspiring stage presence as they belt out their classic rock hits including “Mama Told Me (Not To Come),” “Joy to The World,” and “Liar.”

Concert tickets regular sales begin Monday, Sept. 20 at $79 for Reserved Tickets and $65 for Resort Guests. Tickets are available at or by calling 1-800-745-3000.

The award-winning Hilton Waikoloa Village is a 62-acre Pacific playground and alluring destination unto itself. The resort offers island hospitality with 1,240 beautifully appointed guest rooms and beautiful vistas of Waiulua Bay.

Amenities include three fresh-water swimming pools; an ocean-fed snorkeling lagoon; waterfalls and waterways; locally inspired treatments at the Kohala Spa; the Dolphin Quest educational center; nine dining outlets; a Museum Walkway; the Camp Menehune children’s program; Legends of the Pacific Luau; an 18-hole seaside putting course and an expansive tennis complex.

Hilton Waikoloa Village and Waikoloa Beach Resort are gateways to cultural immersion, engaging travelers in the area’s rich history through such interactive cultural entertainment as hula and ukulele lessons and historic Petroglyph tours. Adventures within Waikoloa Beach Resort range from two championship golf courses to world-class shopping and activities at Queens’ Marketplace and Kings’ Shops.

After a lively night of cutting loose to timeless rock n’ roll hits, concertgoers can take off their dancing shoes to relax at Hilton Waikoloa Village in beautiful resort room accommodations and enjoy a savory daily breakfast buffet for two with the Advance Purchase Bed & Breakfast Package. The package starts at $199 per room, per night, based on double occupancy.

To learn more about the Waikoloa Beach Resort, visit To book an overnight stay at Hilton Waikoloa Village through the exclusive Advance Purchase Bed & Breakfast Package, visit or call 1-800-HILTONS. For more information about the concert, please visit

For what it’s worth, they are also playing on Oahu on the 4th at the Blaisdell and playing the 6th at the Castle Theater on Maui.

2010 Kona Underpants Run… The Whitey Tighty Race – The Video

Every year hundreds of fit and buff triathletes get together at the crack of down to run the annual Kona underpants run. But just so you don’t think it is all about showing off tan, fit and buff bodies.  I can happily report that the run raises money for charity of course this year was no different as the triathletes ran down Alii Drive in Kona, Hawaii in their underpants.


Electronic Bench Warrants System Wins Bright Ideas Award

Media Release: in partnership with the Hawaii State Judiciary, Department of Public Safety, Honolulu Police Department, Hawaii Police Department, Kauai Police Department and Maui Police Department announces the statewide electronic bench warrants system (eBW) has been recognized by the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.

Bright Ideas seeks to complement the long-standing Innovations in American Government Awards Program by providing government agencies with a collection of new solutions that can be considered and adopted today. This new program serves to recognize promising government programs and partnerships that government officials, public servants, and others might find useful when faced with their own challenges. The 2010 Bright Ideas will be showcased on the Center’s Government Innovators Network (