UPDATED: A new report also points to a twisted left wing, failures by the skydiving company and lax regulation by the FAA as contributing factors.
The wheel rims are narrower than the track crossings, causing renewed headaches on what’s now a $12.4 billion transit project.
The majority of Hawaii’s dams trace their roots back to the sugar cane plantation days, but the industry has left the state. And so has the money to maintain them.
Minor mistakes that led to overpayments of a few hundred dollars can hold up much more substantial relief for struggling families.
The latest defect, revealed after a tense exchange at a City Council hearing, could delay the system’s interim opening another year.
That’s a couple of years earlier than a recent city estimate but also several years later than a recent HART estimate.
UPDATED: The state’s online dam inventory system lists the dam’s potential for hazard as “high.”
Dan Grabauskas, who resigned as director in 2016, says the assertions that he misrepresented the numbers are “flatly incorrect.”