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HONOLULU – The state House of Representatives passed today nearly 150 Senate measures dealing with education, housing and homelessness, health, seniors, agriculture, invasive species and the environment, public safety and improving the quality of life for Hawaii residents. Among the most significant bills passed by the House were SB1028 that attempts to harmonize the requirements ...
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Hilo, Hawaii — Today, Governor David Ige announced, while in Hilo, that the Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) team has informed him it will postpone construction until Monday, April 20, 2015. “I thank TMT for its willingness to be respectful and sensitive to all of Hawai‘i – its special people, its sense of place and its ...
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HONOLULU — Governor David Ige this afternoon signed a proclamation authorizing the Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT) to begin emergency highway repair work on Kamehameha Highway in Kaʻaʻawa between the Makaua Village condominium and the Crouching Lion Inn. These repairs will include restoration of the highway foundation and pavement surface and stabilization of an adjacent ...
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HONOLULU – The state Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs (DCCA) is launching a new public service announcement (PSA) to inform Hawaii homeowners to contact a free government certified housing counsellor if they face the possibility of foreclosure. The :30 second PSA will air on local television stations, beginning April 13.  The spot is aimed ...
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HONOLULU – Governor David Ige today announced his nominations to lead the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations and the Office of Information Management and Technology. The appointments are subject to confirmation by the Senate. Linda Chu Takayama has been tapped to lead the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations. She is currently the executive ...
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Sets aside land to be under the control and management by the Department of Agriculture. This includes a parcel of land situated at Kamaee-Wailua, North Hilo, Island of Hawaii, and identified as "Portion of Kamaee-Wailua Government Tract, Parcel A."

HONOLULU – Governor David Ige today announced his nomination to lead the Department of Land and Natural Resources and his choices for the Board of Education. The appointments are subject to confirmation by the Senate. Suzanne Case has been chosen to take the helm at the Department of Land and Natural Resources. She is a ...
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