HomeSteady: Style with Purpose
KEAUKAHA, HAWAI’I– A simple love of the Hawaiian culture, and not expensive marketing promotions, makes HomeSteady so popular…[READ MORE]
Moloka’i Getting Its Buzz Back
HO’OLEHUA, MOLOKA’I – Over the past few years, Moloka’i farmers have been hit hard by a common yet often overlooked farming challenge – poor pollination. [READ MORE]
One Journey Ends, Another Begins: Student-Built Homes for Beneficiaries
HILO,HAWAI’I– For the past year, students in the Model Home program at Hawai’i Community College (HawCC) spent their days designing, drafting, welding, wiring, and constructing a home for a Hawaiian Homes beneficiary. [READ MORE]
Welcome New Kānehili Homesteaders!
KĀNEHILI, O‘AHU – Another 29 Native Hawaiian ‘ohana selected their homestead lots in the “green,” energy-efficient community of Kānehili in Kapolei. [READ MORE]
From the Desk of Chairman Masagatani
Welina! I am truly honored and excited to be afforded this opportunity to serve the Native Hawaiian community as Governor Neil Abercrombie’s appointee to be the new chairman of the Hawaiian Homes Commission…[READ MORE]
Hawaiian Homes Commission Update
Here are some of the recent decisions and discussions at the Hawaiian Homes Commission meetings. [READ MORE]
2012 Legislative Session a Success
The 2012 Hawai’i State Legislative session wrapped on a very high note for the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands. Here are the highlights. [READ MORE]
FAQ: Nelson v HHC Case Ruling
What is the Nelson v HHC case? And why should I care? The answer to these questions and more. [READ MORE]
Meetings & Events
For the 2012 Hawaiian Homes Commission meeting schedule, past HHC meeting minutes, and upcoming HHC meeting agendas, click here.
Notice of Right to Opt-Out of Waiting List Damages Model Subclass
NOTE: This notice was published online earlier this month. Individuals wishing to opt-out of the Waiting List Damages Model Subclass in Kalima, et al., v. State of Hawai‘i, et al. can do so by following the instructions in this notice. Click here to read the official notice.
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