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|Pilot program to help homeless people in Hawai‘i may get permanent status
A state-funded program that has helped more than 1,300 homeless people transition into permanent housing but is due to expire next year may be extended through 2028, according to draft legislation being considered by the Hawai‘i Senate. Civil Beat.
Hawai‘i Supreme Court to hear reapportionment dispute today
Advisory panel: Hawai‘i tsunami warning center in need of ‘urgent’ overhaul
Hawaiian Home Lands survey shows half of respondents would trade their waitlist spot for $100K
Legislature advances bill to legalize sale of raw milk among other farm measures
Bill advances that aims to use the state’s general fund to build preschools
State-sponsored retirement savings proposal advances at Capitol
Median sales price for a single-family home on Oʻahu, Kauaʻi, Maui is over $1.1M
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20 for the Next 20 2014: Where Are They Now?
In 2014, Hawaii Business Magazine profiled 20 rising leaders in insurance, academics, tourism, tech, energy and other sectors. We caught up with them to find out what they are doing now… read more.
|New Honolulu revenue boosts Mayor Rick Blangiardi’s city budget
Honolulu Mayor Rick Blangiardi’s second annual State of the City address, slated to be delivered this morning, is expected to lay out top priorities that include more money for police and a focus on homelessness and affordable housing. Star-Advertiser.
Dispute at core of corruption case, lawyers argue
City workers exposed to Covid face deadline for seeking hazardous duty pay
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Revitalizing Communities with Streams and Sunlight
At the center of this Hawaiʻi of Tomorrow piece, a continuous stream feeds life everywhere it flows. Local artist Kate Wadsworth also highlights a vibrant neighborhood of the future with self-sustaining food sources and a close-knit community. “Revitalizing Communities with Streams and Sunlight” pays homage to the restoration of Indigenous systems that have existed for generations in Hawaiʻi… read more.
|Maunakea bill still alive in Senate
House Bill 2024 would establish the Mauna a Wakea Stewardship Authority that would take over management of all Maunakea lands above the 6,500-foot line and establish a 10-person board comprised of at least three Native Hawaiian members. Tribune-Herald.
UH seeking public feedback on its updated Maunakea Comprehensive Management Plan
County offers home repair loans
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Inside the Vault at ‘Ulu‘ulu Archives
“What makes film archives really unique places is the ability to make history much more engaging,” says Janel Quirante, head archivist at ‘Ulu‘ulu, which means collections, assembly or gathering. “Being able to see people’s faces and hear their voices telling their stories is a much more visceral way of experiencing history... read more.
|Paper applications to end as county launches automated permit system
Maui County will no longer take paper permit applications after March 28 as it prepares to launch a new automated planning and permit processing system on April 18. Maui News.
$23 million secured for realignment of Honoapiʻilani from Ukumehame to Launiupoko
In-home audit offered to low income Maui families to trim energy bills
|Kawakami’s State of the County: Investing in Kaua‘i
Reflecting on his last three years in office, Mayor Derek Kawakami, in his fourth State of the County address on Monday, is offering a more-optimistic projection of the upcoming fiscal year and holding onto his past promises to keep the county on track with investing in services and maintenance. Garden Island. Hawaii News Now.
Kaua‘i quit using oil to produce most of its electricity years ago. That’s paying off now
51 Anahola lots going to Home Lands Beneficiaries
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