Sorry for the little notice, but I just received word that Kona Councilman Kelly Greenwell will speak at a Kona Town Meeting slated for 6 p.m., tonight, Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2009 at the Old Kona Airport (Make’o Pavilion). Â This ought to be an interesting meeting, given all that is going on with council members this term. Â Greenwell has proven to be quite a character, with his letter to President Barack Obama calling for Gitmo detainees to be shipped to Hawaii and his publicly made suggestion that a bulldozer be taken to the Natural Energy Laboratory of Hawaii Authority (NELHA) gate barring shoreline access. Â The meeting is worth attending, just for what he might say about the Hawaii County Council in general. Â Afterall, Greenwell is a freshman councilor during a Council term that appears to be the worst ever, with a Sunshine Law violation that has led to a civil suit waged by West Hawaii Today newspaper and temporary restraining order issued by Third Circuit Court judge Ronald Ibarra. Â If you are in Kona and don’t have plans tonight and you have any interest in local politics, this meeting shouldn’t be missed.