OOH My heart is breaking.. Along with all the others in this community.
This video is very short cause I could only find so many pictures @ midnight last night. I was up until 4:30am this morning. Just starting to make videos.. After the movie was finished and I “proof” watched it. My heart broke just a little bit more and many tears filled my eyes. That was the first water my toes ever touched and as of today it has been the last. “A Hui Hou” to a great beauty of Hawaii.
I am no longer getting my drinking water from Pahoa side. Now going Keaau side. If the methane gas is present who’s to say it has not already penetrated the water table in Pahoa. Where is that water table in Pahoa. Feast your pretty eyes on this. This is why I have brought up these issues. I have not heard any one mention the water source for the Puna District.
Kilauea Aquifer Sector Area Hawaii County
KILAUEA AQUIFER SECTOR AREA
SECTOR AREA PROFILE
The Kilauea Aquifer Sector Area (ASEA) includes the Pahoa , Kalapana , Hilina, and Keaiwa  Aquifer System Areas (ASYA). It captures most of the Puna District and the southeastern portion of the Kau District, and extends along most of the island’s southeastern coastline as far south as Kuhua Bay outside Punaluu. The sector area includes most of the Kilauea Crater and Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.
Economy and Population
Agriculture is the primary economic function in the Puna District. Vegetables / Papayas in the Kapoho area, flowers in the Pahoa and Kapoho areas, and bananas are the principal products. Truck farming in the Volcano area is also significant. The majority of the State’s papayas and bananas are grown in Puna. Several Marijuana growers due to the sunny, hot, humid days.
The Puna Geothermal Venture (PGV) plant located outside of Kapoho generates 30-MW of electricity using three geothermal wells. Plans were already under way to expand the facility to double its output, but Pele put a stop to that we hope.. PGV had employed 30 people.
Nearly all of the population contributing to the demands from the Kilauea ASEA is within the Puna District. The rate of growth of Puna’s population has slowed in the past few years., but still ranks as the island’s highest. The growth can be attributed to the affordability of residences outside of Hilo and the job opportunities in Hilo. Puna’s status as a “bedroom community” for Hilo is evident from much slower growth in employment, and the worsening traffic on its roads leading into Hilo.
Ok, you have a little better understanding why I have concern. Lager Population, PGV Leaking into Aquifer, Fertilizers used by farmers, cars and other contaminants. Now look at the map and tell me that the Aquifer could not be at risk.
The STRANGEST SMELL came over Hawaiian Paradise Park and Orchidland at 9:30 am this morning as these wispy strange looking clouds came over. I called my friend Lisa ask her if she smells a strange odor. Yes i smell that also.Then about 10:00 am military plane shows up going through all these clouds back and forth. I call my friend Lisa to tell her to look she is up mountain from me. she says yes i see. My face and lips were stinging when I came back in. The plane kept coming again and again. Don’t know what it was, but it made me cough and my skin is itchy too.
They keep down Playing the PGV (Puna Geothermal Venture Plant) facts. Those facts could kill the whole community in Puna district and then some. They really have no idea. It depends on a lot of factors: wind speed, cloud formation, height and weight, time of day, Day Or Night . So many factors and a lot of people are acting like “it’s all good, I got this”… “Do you really got this”.?