Water lease issue raises important questions

The water lease to A&B and Mahi Pono poses an important question. What will the climate, specifically the rainfall, be like in 30 years? If you know the answer to that, please manage my money.

Who predicted this summer would be the hottest ever? A year seems like a fair lease. The second point is that Mahi Pono will pay A&B $54 or so million the second the lease is signed. Should not the taxpayers and owners of this water profit too? The DLNR has always been a subsidiary of A&B. Please stop that, DLNR.

David Brown



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