The purpose of this informational briefing is to discuss how non-homesteading land dispositions, such as revocable permits, licenses and general leases, are created by the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, and how this process correlates to the Hawaiian Homes Commission Act and the expectations of its beneficiaries.
In response to beneficiaries’ inquiries, the department would like to take this opportunity to provide clarification to a recent Hawai‘i News Now story that impacts the Manawale‘a Riding Center in Waimānalo.
Kailapa Hawaiian homestead leaders are working with community partners, developers, and government officials, to preserve public use of the historic Ala Loa Trail for access to camping and fishing grounds along the Kohala Coast.
Laʻi ʻŌpua Hawaiian homesteaders joined the West Hawaiʻi Community Health Center (WHCHC) in celebrating the beginning of construction for a new health care center on Hawaiian home lands in Kealakehe.
Moloka‘i residents pay among the highest electricity bills in the nation but a new solar photovoltaic leasing program aims to change all of that.