Vet Center Told ‘No Solar’
MVCV News Release
The Molokai Veterans Caring for Veterans (MVCV) has been looking into installing solar panels on the roof of the new Veterans Center. But vice commander Longie Dudoit who was trying to get quotes on the project has hit a road block and he has been told by Sun Electric that solar panels cannot be installed on Molokai at this time. This is a frustrating situation that we hope can be resolved soon. If you have any questions, please call the vet center at 553-8387. There will be a meeting regarding electricity in Hawaii and especially the proposed Hawaiian Electric merger with NextEra Energy on Saturday, Sept. 19 at Kulana Oiwi at 9 a.m. The public is welcome to attend, and the vice commander would like to see as many vets as possible at the meeting to see if anything can be done about the solar problems on Molokai.
An ice chest that was kept outside at the vet center is missing is somebody borrowed it and forgot to return, please bring it back, it’s needed. No questions will be asked, just return it. We would also like to remind everyone that the vet center sells ice for only $2 per bag.
John Condello, Veterans Services Counselor, will be having a town hall meeting at the Veterans Center on Friday, Nov. 20 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. He will bring a lot of veteran specialists with him, and two VA lawyers to answer your questions and help with problems. No appointment needed, just show up and your questions will be answered or help given with problems.