Hawaii Reapportionment Commission accepts revised legislative maps despite community opposition.
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|Commission adopts new legislative maps despite community pushback
The state Reapportionment Commission finalized House and Senate election maps for the next decade, shaking off resident complaints from Hawai‘i Island and O‘ahu, citizen-produced alternative maps and even the threat of lawsuits. Star-Advertiser. Civil Beat. West Hawaii Today.
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|Honolulu City Council to consider lowering property tax rate
The move is one of several measures the council is considering as it looks to offset a dramatic increase in residential property assessments. KITV4.
Legislators seek to fix fireworks problem
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|Senate bill aims to restore Kahaluʻu Beach Park
The project would potentially be funded with a $50 million grant to UH from Mark Zuckerberg and Dr. Priscilla Chan. Big Island Video News.
Water Board approves consultant fees to secure federal funding
Efforts are underway to conserve 2,317 acres near Nāʻālehu
Hawai‘i Wai Ola provides community access to water testing data
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|Court ruling expected to delay solar project
Developers say a new court ruling will delay construction on the 15-megawatt solar, 60-megawatt-hour battery storage project slated for 150 acres in South Maui. Maui News.
HTA releases progress report for Molokaʻi
Kahekili Highway slope repair to cause road closures
|Kaua‘i statesman Ezra Kanoho remembered
Solomon Kanoho remembers his father as a man who would stop to help strangers broken down on the side of the road and would greet everyone on the street. Garden Island.
First of 3 whale counts held Saturday
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