OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR – Governor Ige signs Aloha Stadium, UH athletics bills

Posted on Jul 8, 2019 in Latest News, Press Releases

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Video link to Aloha Stadium (Structure of Government) bill signing ceremony here

Video link to University of Hawai‘i bill signing ceremony here

Video link to Historic Preservation bill signing ceremony here

HONOLULU – Gov. David Ige today signed a bill that aims to breathe new life into Aloha Stadium and surrounding areas. HB1586 (ACT 268) establishes the Stadium Development District and puts the state’s Aloha Stadium lands under the jurisdiction of the Stadium Authority.

“Aloha Stadium has served as a vital gathering place for some 40 years now, where residents and visitors come together to enjoy athletic events and concerts. The recent Bruno Mars, Eagles and Guns and Roses concerts, as well as the upcoming L.A. Rams game – make it very clear that Hawai‘i needs to invest in a new stadium to serve our state for generations to come,” said Gov. Ige.

The bill appropriates funding for the construction of a new stadium and complementary development of land that will help generate revenue for the state and help offset costs of the project. The funding includes $20 million in capital, $150 million in GO bonds and $180 million in revenue bonds.

Gov. Ige also signed HB1547 (ACT 264)  – which appropriates $4 million to assist athletics programs at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa and Hilo. The funds will go toward student athletes, operations and team travel.

 

In addition, the governor signed the following measures at bill signing ceremonies today:

ACT 265         HB654            Relating to Health

ACT 266        SB1418          Relating to the University of Hawai‘i

ACT 267         SB1394          Relating to Historic Preservation

 

The following bills were signed on July 5:

ACT 248         HB89              Relating to Fireworks

ACT 249         HB120            Relating to State Bonds

ACT 250         HB333            Relating to the State Highway Enforcement Program

ACT 251         HB665            Relating to the Electronic Prescription Accountability

System

ACT 252         HB808            Relating to Shark and Ray Protection

ACT 253         HB1163         Relating to Savings Promotion Contests

ACT 254         SB522            Relating to Plastic

ACT 255         SB535            Relating to Pharmacists Prescribing & Dispensing of

Opioid Antagonist

ACT 256         SB536            Relating to Prescriptions

ACT 257         SB600            Relating to Firearms

ACT 258         SB763            Relating to Advertising & Marketing

ACT 259         SB947            Relating to Families

ACT 260         SB972            Relating to Ship Repair Industry

ACT 261         SB1314          Relating to Tax Credits

ACT 262         SB1404          Relating to Loan Repayment for Health Care

Professionals

ACT 263         SB1494          Relating to Health

 

The following bills were signed on July 2:

ACT 190         HB32              Relating to Family Leave

ACT 191         HB34              Relating to Wages

ACT 192         HB61              Relating to Condominiums

ACT 193         HB66              Relating to Athlete Agents

ACT 194         HB68              Relating to Consumer Protection

ACT 195         HB154            Relating to Service Contracts

ACT 196         HB157            Relating to Collective Bargaining

ACT 197         HB201            Relating to Invasive Species

ACT 198         HB214            Relating to Disinterment of Human Bodies

ACT 199         HB270            Relating to Rebuilt Vehicles

ACT 200         HB273            Relating to Privacy Notice for Insurance

ACT 201         HB390            Relating to Workers’ Compensation

ACT 202         HB444            Relating to Onsite-Non-Potable Water Reuse Systems

ACT 203         HB452            Relating to Preferential Electricity Rates for Protected Ag

ACT 204         HB529            Relating to Motor Vehicles

ACT 205         HB658            Relating to Health

ACT 206         HB699            Relating to the Hawai‘i Public Housing Authority

ACT 207         HB756            Relating to Transportation

ACT 208         HB812            Relating to Low-Speed Electric Bicycles

ACT 209         HB845            Relating to Employee Training

ACT 210         HB898            Relating to the Board of Health

ACT 211         HB913            Relating to the Hawai‘i Labor Relations Board

ACT 212         HB914            Relating to the Hawai‘i Labor Relations Board

ACT 213         HB1261         Relating to Judicial Proceedings

ACT 214         HB1305         Relating to Mutual Assistance Agreement

ACT 215         SB9                 Relating to the Hawai‘i Public Housing Authority

ACT 216         SB19               Relating to Surplus Lines

ACT 217         SB759            Relating to Agriculture

ACT 218         SB203            Relating to Vaccinations

ACT 219         SB292            Relating to Labor

ACT 220         SB411            Relating to Transportation

ACT 221         SB495            Relating to Taxation

ACT 222         SB540            Relating to the Board of Pharmacy

ACT 223         SB552            Relating to Condominiums

ACT 224         SB592            Relating to the Salary of the State Librarian

ACT 225         SB723            Relating to the Uniform Parentage Act

ACT 226         SB772            Relating to Liquor Laws

ACT 227         SB980            Relating to Education

ACT 228         SB989            Relating to the Dept. of Business, Economic

Development and Tourism

ACT 229         SB991            Relating to Telecommunications

ACT 230         SB1486          Relating to Electronic Prescription Accountability System

ACT 231         SB1498          Relating to the Hawai‘i Labor Relations Board

ACT 232         SB1360          Relating to Taxation

ACT 233         SB660            Relating to State Identification Cards

ACT 234         HB336            Relating to Hawai‘i State & Contracted Correctional

Facilities

ACT 235         HB252            Relating to Speech Pathology

ACT 236         HB314            Relating to Gift Certificates

ACT 237         HB437            Relating to Crime Victim Compensation for Mental

Health Services

ACT 238         HB531            Relating to Enterprise Technology Services

ACT 239         SB1442          Relating to the Public Utilities Commission

ACT 240         HB673            Relating to Medical Cannabis

ACT 241         SB138            Relating to Reports of Candidate Committees

ACT 242         SB225            Relating to Ocularists

ACT 243         SB272            Relating to Solar Energy Devices

ACT 244         SB335            Relating to Public Meetings

ACT 245         SB413            Relating to Trespass

ACT 246         SB770            Relating to Real Estate Licenses

ACT 247         SB1348          Relating to the Small Business Regulatory Review Board

 

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Media Contacts:

Jodi Leong

Deputy Communications Director/Press Secretary

Office of the Governor

Office: 808-586-0043

Mobile: 808-798-3929

[email protected]

 

Cindy McMillan

Communications Director

Office of the Governor

Office: 808-586-0012

Mobile: 808-265-7974

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