ISSUES

QUALITY OF EVERYDAY LIFE

Whether your family has lived in the community for generations or you’re new to the neighborhood, you have the right to safe spaces, well-maintained public infrastructure, and services that support your way of life. This means investing in our systems from public education to give children the best foundational start to creating pathways to homeownership for young adults and programs that allow our kupuna to age in place. 

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PUTTING PEOPLE FIRST

Those in public service should keep the needs of the people top-of-mind. My office door –

or phone or email inbox –

will always be available to you whether you have a question, need help navigating our government systems, support or oppose a piece of legislation, or just want to chat about what’s happening in the neighborhood. 

EFFECTIVE GOVERNMENT SYSTEMS

While government is big, it also needs to be organized and accessible. This means better online and off-line ways of letting people know about available programs, efficient service, and more data collection across all our systems so that we can evaluate and improve how tax dollars are spent. 

HEAR FROM JENNA

Jenna joined Yunji de Nies for PBS Hawaii Insights on June 16, 2022 to talk about about District 27 priorities, how to tackle state issues from cost of living to public safety, and more. 

Segment starts at 30:39.