Media - Ikaika Anderson for Honolulu Council District 3

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Action Line: PV panels inspection backlogged –– KHON

After further investigation, we learned that he is not the only one who has been waiting for a few months. Ikaika Anderson with the Honolulu City Council said, "Many of my constituents calling me telling me that they had put in photovoltaic systems, but there was a severe back log in the wait time for the city to come out close the inspection." Read more

Meet the Candidates Mixer #2 –– KailuaChamber.com

Bring the gang and learn what these candidates represent, and how they will represent you. Ask them the tough questions that require thoughtful answers, that we deserve to have. Read more

City Council Bestows Official Birthday Wishes On Freitas, 100 –– MidWeek

Born a century ago on Maui, Ida Barboza Freitas celebrated her 100th birthday at the Honolulu City Council, which recently commended her for living “a long and bountiful life.” Windward City Councilman Ikaika Anderson, a mere 34, shared Freitas’ history with his colleagues on the council at its May 9 meeting at Pali Golf Course, declaring that “we are blessed to know her and be with her today and be part of this celebration.” Read more

Honolulu City Council Will Allow Rail Authority to Borrow $450 Million to Build Rail Project –– H.R.

Anderson and Gabbard, who spoke in support of Bill 37, said they felt there were safeguards put into place to ensure HART’s ability to get the money was fully vetted, including requiring the city to get a Full Funding Grant Agreement and come back to the council for final approval, before accessing the $450 million. Read more

Anderson To File Nomination Paperwork Today – Honolulu Civil Beat

Honolulu City Council Vice Chair Ikaika Anderson, with his wife Lisa, and their children at his side, will file papers for re-election tomorrow afternoon at 12:30 at Honolulu Hale. Also joining Anderson will be campaign chair Brooke Wilson, and co-finance chairs David Rae and Oswald Stender. Anderson will file for re-election to represent District 3 on the Honolulu City Council, which encompasses Kailua, Kaneohe, Waimanalo and Ahuimanu. Anderson will be the first candidate to file for the seat. Chad Kaukani pulled papers last month but has yet to file, according to the most recent report. The deadline is June 5. UPDATE: Anderson did indeed file his paperwork. Photographic evidence above, courtesy of Friends of Ikaika Anderson. Read more

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Council Vice Chair Ikaika Anderson Files For Re-Election To City Council, District 3

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