Hawaii Kai activist Natalie Iwasa thinks elected officials aren’t listening to what the community is saying.
Natalie Iwasa has been involved in local community concerns for years, and she’s attended a lot of hearings and briefings.
Frustrated by inattentive leaders, Iwasa wants to replace Councilman Trevor Ozawa on the District 4 seat that runs from Hawaii Kai through Waikiki.
Natalie Iwasa joins Chad Blair on the Pod Squad to talk about ethics, Honolulu rail and bikes.
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