(BIVN) – Air quality monitoring, condemnation, and access to isolated homes were some of the concerns on the minds of the residents of Puna, who were given a chance to directly question county officials for the second time at Tuesday’s eruption meeting in Pahoa.
The week before, the county allowed time during the meeting for attendees to ask questions – publicly and at a microphone – for officials to answer.
Hawaii County Civil Defense administrator Talmadge Magno fielded most of the questions Tuesday.
by Big Island Video News
PAHOA, Hawaii - For a second time, Hawaii County officials allowed time for a Q & A session during the weekly eruption meeting held Tuesday in Pahoa.