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Support the efforts to pass Hawaii County’s ballot question, Proposal No. 6 establishing a Game Management Advisory Commission. Please print out the poster below and post around. We need to get this passed by Hawaii voters!
GENERAL ELECTION 2012: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2012
Download the poster here: POSTER_Ballot_6
Download Proposal 6 as it will appear on the ballot: […]
Hawaii County Council: Abolish PLDC!
HILO, Hawaii: A resolution urging the state to abolish the controversial Public Land Development Corporation passed through the Hawaii County Council on Wednesday.
Councilmember Brenda Ford introduced the measure, following a recent public outcry over the newly created state agency that will partner with private companies to develop state lands and generate […]
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is the largest animal rights organization in the world – Action Alert:
Speak Out Against Hawaii’s Sheep Eradication
Marksmen in Hawaii are shooting wild sheep from helicopters on the slopes of Mauna Kea in an effort to protect the palila bird. Because the sheep and birds eat […]
§263-10 Hunting from aircraft; penalty. Any aeronaut or passenger who, while in flight in, across or above the State, intentionally kills or attempts to kill any birds or animals shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and punished by a fine of not more than $1,000, or by imprisonment for not more than one year, or […]
Hawaii Tribune-Herald, Thursday, July 12, 2012
Aerial hunting ban approved
DLNR says it will continue to shoot feral ungulates despite new law
By PETER SUR, Tribune-Herald staff writer
Shooting animals by helicopter on Hawaii Island is now illegal.
Mayor Billy Kenoi on Wednesday signed into law a largely symbolic bill that prohibits “any person to engage in the eradication of […]
Hawaii Tribune-Herlad, Thursday, July 12, 2012
Isle residents sound off on councilmembers’ absences
By HUNTER BISHOP, Tribune-herald staff writer
The matter of a couple of missing council members was on the Ethics Board’s agenda Wednesday. Terri Napeahi of Keaukaha filed a complaint with the board in June because when she testifies at Hawaii County Council meetings, members Donald […]
Hawaii-Tribune Herald, Friday, July 6, 2012
Geothermal relocation requests up
By TOM CALLIS, Tribune-Herald staff writer
Hawaii County is now handling 17 relocation requests from Puna residents wanting to move away from the district’s geothermal power plant. That’s more than double the seven it was handling last month, itself an unprecedented amount.
County Planning Director Bobby Jean Leithead- Todd […]
Hawaii-Tribune Herald, Sunday, July 1, 2012
Onishi, Ikeda come under fire
Ethics complaint filed against councilmen for low attendance
By TOM CALLIS Tribune-Herald staff writer
Hawaii County Council members Dennis Onishi and Donald Ikeda are both facing an ethics complaint targeting their attendance records.
Terri Napeahi, vice president of the Pele Defense Fund, filed the complaint with the county Board […]
At the May 11 meeting the Board of Land and Natural Resources approved a one year extension to Hawaii island Hardwoods license to harvest timber in the Waiakea Timber Management Area. The map below shows the areas involved in the harvesting license.
By TOM CALLIS
Tribune-Herald staff writer
Gov. Neil Abercrombie will sign a bill today intended to make the Big Island a center for companies and space agencies working to make the moon habitable, a feat long left to the realm of science fiction but coming closer to reality.
The legislation authorizes the creation of a research park, overseen […]