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Vernon Char is appointed to an at-large seat replacing Keith “Keone” Downing who left the board on April 29, 2019. Char’s term will end on June 30, 201. Char is practicing attorney with the law firm of Char Sakamoto Ishii Lum & Ching. He initially worked in the Office of Attorney General in charge of ...
Read More Three Nominations for Board of Land and Natural Resources

Clayton Hee was elected to the State House of Representatives in 1982 while residing on the island of Moloka’i where he worked as a public school teacher.  In 1984 he was first elected to the State Senate.  He subsequently served twelve years as a member of the Office of Hawaiian Affairs where he also served ...
Read More GOVERNOR APPOINTS THREE TO HAWAII PAROLING AUTHORITY

MEDIA ADVISORY   — NEW START TIME*** July 9, 2019 WHAT:                      News Conference – VETO deadline                          WHEN:                     Tuesday, July 9 at 2:30 p.m. WHO:                        Governor David Ige WHERE:                    State Capitol, 5th floor, ...
Read More OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR — NEWS CONFERENCE ON VETO DEADLINE — PUSHED BACK TO 2:30 PM

HONOLULU – The Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT) alerts the public the Dillingham Airfield (HDH) will reopen on Wednesday, June 26 at 7 a.m. The airfield remained closed since Friday, June 21, 2019 following the plane crash that tragically killed all 11 people on board. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) investigation into the cause ...
Read More HDOT News Release: Dillingham Airfield to reopen June 26, 2019

Moving forward together — ‘Oni Like Kākou  — is more than a convenient catchphrase. It’s Governor Ige’s basic belief for how we can make progress as a community — whether it’s restoring Hā‘ena on Kaua‘i after devastating floods, finishing   a new airport facility on Maui or building more affordable rentals for working families. This issue ...
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OLDER AMERICANS MONTH

Posted on Jun 3, 2019 in Main, Proclamations

Honesty, transparency, responsiveness to citizens. Some cynics would say those aren’t the first words that come to mind in describing government bureaucracies. But those are the values Governor Ige has made a priority of his administration. This issue highlights ways the state is making progress in key areas, improving services, and helping us as consumers. ...
Read More State workers on the front lines for the community

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