Monday, August 11, 2014

Har a NO-SHOW again!

Sharon Har was a NO-SHOW again at Oahu Metropolitan Planning Organization Policy Meeting.
It was at this meeting that would have saved the Kapolei Interchange - 

Call her office and ask why she won't do her job! 808-586-8500

Email if there is no answer - be sure to cc her fellow House members -

Sunday, August 10, 2014


Well the voters have spoken and I did not win. I want to thank you all for your love and support!  MAHALO NUI LOA!!

This is not the end - I have a lot more work to do it will not be in the House. But I did not need to be a Representative to do my work and I do not need to be one to move forward.

Saturday, August 9, 2014

Polls Stay Open Till 6 PM

It has been a privilege to run for Rep of HD 42 - I hope that you will consider me & #VoteGolojuch

I will make being our Rep my #1 priority

Reminder polls stay open until 6 PM and you can find your polling location here:

Friday, August 8, 2014

Final Primary Mailer

Polls To Open As Scheduled - Vote Golojuch

Polls To Open As Scheduled

Vote Golojuch


I hope everyone is happy as I am that Iselle did not prove to be as damaging as we all planned for and were ready to handle.

In case you have not heard Attorney General David Louie has announced that the 2014 Primary Election will continue as scheduled tomorrow. The polls will be opened Saturday, August 9 from 7 AM - 6 PM.

Here are the polling locations for our district:

42-01 - Kapolei - Kapolei High 91-5007 Kapolei Parkway
42-02 - Makakilo (Lower) Makakilo Elem 92-675 Anipeahi St.
42-03 - Makakilo (Upper) Mauka Lani Elem 92-1300 Panana St.

Not sure which one is your polling location you can find it here:

It is my hope that when you go to the polls on Saturday,  you will
Go with the person that has the track record of getting things done,
Go with the long standing community volunteer,
Go with the person that will make being our representative their number one priority,
Go with the only candidate that has the support of
Business owners,
Our fellow community members,
Unions & their members,
Veterans as well as
Hawaii’s Social Workers &
Go with me, Michael Golojuch, for our representative.

Mahalo nui loa for your time and it is my deepest honor to humbly ask for your vote!

Michael Golojuch

Please take 23 minutes & watch Insights on PBS and you will see why I am the best candidate for HD-42:

Thursday, August 7, 2014

DOE Closes all Oahu Public Schools Friday, August 8 due to Hurricane Iselle

BREAKING: DOE announces all public schools on Oahu, Kauai to close Friday due to Hurricane Iselle

Posted: Aug 07, 2014 9:31 AM HST
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Schools Superintendent Kathryn Matayoshi announced today that all public schools on Oahu and Kauai will be closed Friday in anticipation of Hurricane Iselle, which is expected to impact the island as a tropical storm.

It was previously announced that all schools on the Big Island and Maui County will be closed both Thursday and Friday.

At 8 a.m. Thursday, the most recent storm update available, Hurricane Iselle was located about 255 miles east-southeast of Hilo and was moving west-northwest at 17 miles per hour. It had maximum sustained winds of 80 miles per hour, weakened slightly from the 2 a.m. forecast, with higher gusts of up to 98 miles per hour. Iselle remains a Category 1 hurricane.

On the forecast track, the center of Iselle is expected to pass near the center of the Big Island near Cape Kumukahi on Thursday night, then pass just south of the smaller islands Friday. Some weakening is forecast during the next 48 hours, and Iselle is expected to be at tropical storm strength as it passes near or over the Big Island.

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

City & County of Honolulu's Evacuation shelter list in preparation for Iselle

Department of Emergency Management releases Oahu evacuation
shelter list in preparation for Iselle
Honolulu— The Department of Emergency Management advises Oahu residents that the following American Red Cross hurricane shelters will be available and open for evacuees on Thursday, August 7 at 10:00 p.m.
Campbell High School 91-980 North Rd Ewa Beach Kapolei
Kaimuki High School 2705 Kaimuki Avenue Honolulu Kaimuki YES
Kaiser High School 511 Lunalilo Home Road Honolulu Kaiser
McKinley High School 1039 South King St Honolulu McKinley
Castle High School 45-386 Kaneohe Bay Dr Kaneohe Castle
Mililani High School 95-1200 Meheula Parkway Mililani Mililani
Pearl City High School   2100 Hookiekie Street Pearl City Pearl City YES
Waialua High School/Intermediate 67-160 Farrington Highway Waialua Waialua YES
Nanakuli High School/Middle 89-980 Nanakuli Avenue Waianae Nanakuli YES
BYU-HAWAII 55-220 Kulanui Street Laie Kahuku YES
The above shelters are designated as official shelter locations by the City and County of Honolulu. A hurricane evacuation shelter should be your refuge of last resort if you have absolutely no where else to go.
Who should evacuate? Residents in the coastal evacuation zones as shown in the yellow tabbed disaster preparedness section of your telephone directory.  Residents living in older homes built before 1995, on exposed ridgelines and anyone living in an area prone to or with a history of flooding.  Remember, if you choose to evacuate to a shelter you must bring all of your disaster supplies with you. 
If you live in a home built after 1995 to current hurricane standards and you are not located in a coastal evacuation or flood zone you should consider Sheltering-in-Place in an interior room on a lower floor without windows.
Special evacuation shuttles will begin operating at 10:00 p.m. tomorrow night to serve the designated shelter locations. If you need transportation to an evacuation shelter TheBus will provide free transportation. These buses will display an EVACUATION sign. Riders need only flag a bus down anywhere along the route they are traveling and they will be taken to the nearest evacuation shelter. Riders will be allowed to bring one bag and pets as long as they are on a leash or in a pet crate or carrier. Designated evacuation routing for each of the ten shelters will be issued soon.
Before leaving for a hurricane shelter, residents should close windows and doors and shut off/unplug all electrical items and shut off utilities if told to do so.
Residents bringing pets to designated pet friendly shelters will need to provide extra food and water for their pet, a pet carrier/cage for each pet that is large enough for them to turn around in as well as cleaning supplies.  You will be expected to assist with your pets care.
Keep in mind that the American Red Cross does not allow weapons, illicit drugs, alcohol, and smoking in shelters