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Aloha and welcome.
I’d like to take this opportunity to share with you my vision for the City and County of Honolulu, and what my team and I are doing to achieve it.
When I took office as the 13th Mayor of Honolulu in October 2010, I promised independent leadership, free from partisan politics. I selected the members of my cabinet based on their merits and their ability to do an outstanding job – not based on campaign participation or affiliation with any political party. And I took concrete steps to make City government more accountable and accessible, including launching our award-winning transparency website and our popular civic engagement mobile apps.
I also made a commitment to move Honolulu forward to a sustainable future by investing responsibly in core infrastructure and services, taking tough but necessary steps to drive down the City’s mounting debt, preserving our island’s unique natural strengths, and maximizing our economic potential as the center of the Asia-Pacific region.
I invite you to learn more about what we have accomplished and how I plan to continue working to improve the quality of life in Honolulu – for now and the future. I encourage you to stay in touch and spread the word by contacting us and following us on Twitter and Facebook.
I am proud of the progress we have made in this short time, and confident and optimistic about what we can achieve if we stay on track. I deeply appreciate your support, and respectfully ask for your vote in the election on August 11.
posted by: Carlisle for Mayor August 6, 2012
Judy and I send our thoughts and best wishes to Ben and Vicky for an easy and speedy recovery.
posted by: Carlisle for Mayor August 2, 2012
Mayor Carlisle Deserves to be Re-elected Two years ago, in a special election, Oahu voters ignored the Star-Advertiser endorsement and selected Peter Carlisle as Honolulu’s Mayor. When he took the Oath of Office, he swore to uphold the law and