Get educated on options for alternative energy

Change can be difficult, but we all need to come together and explore the most reliable and eco-friendly energy solutions for our future. Energy prices keep rising and we can’t sit back and not look at smart-energy alternatives.

At 6 p.m. Jan. 23 in the Pomaikai Elementary School cafeteria, the state Public Utilities Commission is opening up a meeting to seek input and investigate if a transmission system may be in the public interest.

Let’s all attend to learn the facts and state our views on the proposed project. As residents of the community, we owe it to ourselves to be educated on the topic and make sure our voices are heard.

LuAnne Yapp