Maile’s Bills Introduced – 2010 Legislative Session

Representative Maile Shimabukuro
Bills Introduced – 2010 Legislative Session

HB 2282/SB 2893 (HLT,EDN; HTH/EDH,WAM)
Restricts public schools from serving foods containing artificial trans fat

HB 2386/SB 2012 (EEP/WLO,JUD; ENE/TIA)
Prohibits landfills in C&C of Honolulu from accepting municipal solid waste as of 7/1/12; prohibits other counties from accepting waste after date set by county council resolution

HB 2387/SB 2799 (WLO,JUD; CPN,JGO)
Allows owner of real property to designate beneficiaries on death of owner without probate or will

HB 2388/SB 2895 (WLO,JUD; WTL,JGO)
Deletes “one gallon per person per day” exception to prohibition of removal of beach sand and other minerals

HB 2389/SB 2249 (WLO,JUD; JGO)
Makes it a Class C felony to assault a water safety officer who is engaged in performance of duty

HB 2390/SB 2894 (JUD; JGO)
Eliminates statute of limitations for child sex abuse prosecutions

HB 2615/SB 2065 (EDN,FIN; EDH,WAM)
Appropriates $___ for Hawaiian language medium charter school on Leeward Coast of Oahu

HB 2616 (FIN)
District 45 Capital Improvement Projects:
Farrington Highway Drainage Improvements near Orange St., Makaha ($3.6 million);
E Ala Voyaging Canoe Educ Ctr ($3 mil)
UH West Oahu Phase I construction ($3 mil)

(many other District 45 CIP projects are in HB 1640—introduced in 2009 session)

Creates collective bargaining unit for state and county emergency first responder medical personnel and water safety officers

HB 2895/SB 2892 (HSG,JUD; CPN,JGO)
Lets homeowner force court supervised foreclosure if non-judicial foreclosure is successfully appealed due to unfair sales price

** Two bills held over from 2009 and hopefully slated for action soon are:

HB 1642 HD1 SD1 specifies that proposals for purchases of health and human services must be submitted by licensed providers and for exact amount to be expended by the state

SB 1310 SD2 establishes a medical home healthcare demonstration project for Wai’anae and Waimanalo areas

Waianae Youth Sailing 2010

From: Marcy Thomas
Subject: 2010 Waianae Youth Spring Program

Dear Supporters,

We are starting our spring class in February. Please let us know if you know any teenagers who may be interested in the class.

Sincerely, Marcy

Registration for 2010 Spring Schedule

Classes start on Feb 27; Pokai Bay ; We meet every Saturday from 9am to 1pm .

Call Jeff at 428-1384 or Ann at 282-8782 or

Open to youth(male and female) ages 14-19

Suggested donation of $30.00 for the 10 session program (class size limited, register early)

MA’O Farm’s "CSA" Program

Just wanted to tell you about this wonderful program MA’O is launching called Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) which is a way for people in the community to buy a share of the farm and in so doing, commit to supporting the farm.

How it works: pay $32/week and get a box of veggies every week (whatever comes out of the ground!) to be picked up at either LCCW or V-Lounge (Ala Moana). The box can feed approximately a family of 4. Consider splitting the box with friends and co-workers! We would like to get more Wai’anae customers.


~For more information, click HERE or visit:


Summer Miles
Director of Education
(office/fax) 696-5569

Kea’au Beach Park Clean-Up 2/13/10

Kanu Hawaii & Rep. Shimabukuro are co-sponsoring a beach clean-up at Kea`au Beach Park on 2/13/10 from 9:00am to 11:30am.

The clean-up is part of the Kokua Festival. Click HERE or visit for more information about the Kokua Festival/Kokua HI Foundation.

Lunch, refreshments, and beverages will be served.

To read a recent news article about the trash problem in the Kea`au Beach Park area, click HERE or visit:–as-officials-point-fingers [Note: On 1/16/10, the State DOT, in conjunction with a clean-up organized by Women of Wai`anae, Nani `O Wai`anae, AlohaCare, Rep. Shimabukuro, and others, cleared the trash piles along the highway past Kea`au Beach Park and at Ma`ili Point. This clean-up will continue the effort to beautify the area.]

Email or call 586-8460 for more information about the 2/13/10 clean-up. Please join us!

Here is more information about the event from the Kokua Foundation:

Kokua Festival and STAR 101.9 Beach Clean-ups are back!

The Kokua Festival and STAR 101.9 are once again offering a chance at purchasing pre-sale tickets by helping to clean Hawaii’s beaches! Everyone is invited to come out, malama ‘aina, and earn a pre-sale code that is good for purchasing two Kokua Festival tickets. All participants will be entered in a drawing for two free tickets to the Kokua Festival and other great prizes.

All clean-ups will take place on February 13th, from 9:00a.m. to 11:30a.m.

Three on Oahu:

BYUH-SIFE Club North Shore Clean-Up
Beach: Malaekahana and Kahuku Golf Course, Seventh Hole Beach
Meeting Place: Malaekahana Beach Park (by Goat Island, look for signs!)
For More Information:

Kanu Hawaii & Rep. Maile Shimabukuro West Side Clean-Up
Beach: Kea’au Beach Park, Makaha
Meeting Place: Kea`au Beach Park (the park after Makaha Surfing Beach)
For More Information: Rep. Maile Shimabukuro,, 586-8460; or Kaimana Pine,, 478-7068

Surfrider Oahu South Shore Clean-Up
Beach: Sand Island State Park Beach
Meeting Place: 3rd beach parking lot, at the very end of Sand Island Access Road
For More Information:

One on Maui:

The Maui Times Clean-Up
Beach: Kahalui Harbor
Meeting Place:
For More Information:

We encourage participants to help us make this a zero waste event by bringing their own reusable water bottles that can be refilled at our water stations, a pair of gardening gloves, a sifter (if you have one) for small pieces of plastic, sunscreen, and any plastic shopping bags you might have under your sink!

Kokua Festival STAR 101.9 Pre-Sale
· All participants will receive a passcode that will allow them access to the STAR 101.9 Pre-Sale. The pre-sale will begin on Sunday, February 14th at 9:00a.m. and will end on Monday, February 15th at midnight
· Go to or for more information

The Kokua Hawaii Foundation thanks BYUH-SIFE Club, Kanu Hawaii & Rep. Shimabukuro, Surfrider Oahu, and The Maui Times for organizing these clean-ups.