After the rail transit project failed, with a huge cost to taxpayers, and after the embarrassing failure of the City Store, and after $5.7 million tax dollars were lost in the Ewa Villages scandal, Jeremy announced a $11.5 million plan to restore the Waikiki War Memorial Natatorium. Even though he knew the city could not get a state permit to operate a saltwater pool, Jeremy was determined to add another trophy to his collection of expensive failures. Honolulu Weekly 6-4-1997

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