Hawaii Island News, evening edition, 25 September 2018

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Comment:  Here are today’s top Hawaii Island news stories compiled by “Hawaii Business Magazine”, published in Honolulu, Hawaii.  Views expressed in this Hawaii news summary are those of the reporters and correspondents.

Public input considered on new Maunakea administrative rules 
Monday, kicked off the first of four public hearings to discuss proposed rules for public and commercial activities atop Mauna Kea. The rules were drafted by the University of Hawaii and were developed with community input, and help from the Office of Hawaiian Affairs and the Department of Land and Natural Resources. About 200 people have submitted testimony ahead of the public hearings so far.  KHON2.KITV.

New UH-Hilo dorm struggling to fill
Preliminary numbers show a dip in the occupancy rate for the University of Hawaii at Hilo’s newest dormitory, Hale Alahonua, which has struggled to reach capacity since it opened in fall 2013. Tribune-Herald.

Forum set for developmentally disabled advocacy
West Hawaii’s developmentally disabled population is largely misunderstood, from the services its members require to the value they can offer the community once their needs are adequately addressed. The Inclusion First, West Hawaii Disability Legislative Forum is dedicated to helping special needs individuals, their families and advocates overcome those barriers together. West Hawaii Today.

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Russ Roberts