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Federal funds supporting affordable housing for Native Hawaiians should continue to flow, according to a vote today by the U.S. House of Representatives on a bill reauthorizing the Native American Housing Assistance and Self-Determination Act or NAHASDA. With a vote of 297 yeas and 98 nays, the House passed H.R. 360, the Native American Housing Assistance and Self-Determination Act of ...
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Download a PDF of this flier Your Concerns Matter When it Comes to Wildfire Kaua‘i Community Wildfire Protection Plan Community Meetings What is a Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP)? CWPPs are planning tools that use community input to help make communities and natural areas fire-safe. Why should I care about wildfires? Wildfires have a great ...
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2014 DHHL Beneficiary Study The Department of Hawaiian Home Lands (DHHL) continues to research better ways to manage Hawaiian Home Lands. One of the tools we use is the DHHL Beneficiary Study, which we conduct approximately every five years. The first step in the study is to gather some information from everyone who is a ...
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Department of Hawaiian Home Land’s Deputy Chairman William Aila Jr. shared his ʻike last night in a discussion on how Hawaiian Homes beneficiaries can best be served. Deputy Aila was joined by Rep. Kaniela Ing (D – Kīhei, Wailea, and Makena), Keliʻi Akina (President/CEO, Grassroot Institute), and Richard Soo (President, Kalāwahine Streamside Association) on the weekly ...
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Finding the right lending institution to secure a loan can be a difficult and sometimes frustrating experience.  Making informed financial decisions about what you need and what you can afford is the key. Take the time to inquire with various lenders to see what they can offer and compare it with proposals from other lending ...
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