Tuesday, March 24, 2009
Hawaii Superferry news continues in the national press
by Larry Geller
Superferry Chronicles authors Koohan Paik and Jerry Mander update readers with the latest news in the current issue of The Nation: Hawaii Court Backs Protestors vs. Superferry (But the Saga Continues).
They discuss the current hot question of why, after the aggressive push by Governor Lingle, the ferry was so quick to limp away immediately after the court announcement.
And yet, after last week's court ruling, the Superferry company showed surprisingly little desire to fight, quickly announced it would suspend all Hawaii service within three days and did. This struck some observers as out of character for such an aggressive, self-important outfit, and raised new questions about the company's and Lehman's intentions: What's up now?
Read the article to find out.
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