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A design lab workshop invited community members to create their vision for the Waiākea Peninsula, which includes historic Banyan Drive.
Seventeen Hawaiian-focused public charter schools – including six on Big Island – will be receiving a total of $6 million in support from the Office of Hawaiian Affairs over the next two fiscal years.
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Community envisions revitalized future for Big Island’s Waiākea Peninsula during design lab workshop By Nathan Christophel
Using materials such as Play-Doh, cotton balls, chopsticks, paperclips, and colorful twist ties, the Big Island residents had about 10 minutes to mold and shape their creations, taking into account the history of the peninsula, traditions, environment and other aspects of the place.
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At their October meeting, trustees approved a $ 2.7 million Hawaiian Focused Charter School Fund Administration Grant to Kanu o ka ʻĀina Learning ʻOhana (KALO) to manage per-pupil funding support for 16 of these schools.
Senator Mazie K. Hirono secures over $6.6 million in federal funding for the University of Hawaiʻi to enhance child care programs and services statewide.
The Highways Maui District has been honored with the 2023 MS4 Phase II Overall Award for its exceptional stormwater management programs.
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