TRUSTEE PETER APO TESTIFIES ON OHA BUDGET 3/20/13

Peter Apo (center), former State House Representative for the Wai`anae Coast, now serves as Trustee and Vice Chair of the Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA). Apo testified on the OHA budget before the Senate Tourism and Hawaiian Affairs Committee on 3/20/13. Here is a link to HB222:http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/measure_indiv.aspx?billtype=HB&billnumber=222&year=2013

Peter Apo (center), former State House Representative for the Wai`anae Coast, now serves as Trustee and Vice Chair of the Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA). Apo testified on the OHA budget before the Senate Tourism and Hawaiian Affairs Committee on 3/20/13. Here is a link to HB222:
http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/measure_indiv.aspx?billtype=HB&billnumber=222&year=2013

Please submit testimony in support of SB 68 Hearing – Thursday 3/28

Please submit testimony in support of SB 68:

 
Description: Allows judges discretion in setting incarceration terms when sentencing drug offenders in certain class B
and class C felony cases to make the length of the sentence proportionate to the offense and related conduct.
Excludes certain offenses. (SD1)

 

The bill is scheduled to be heard by the House Judiciary Comm. on Thursday, 3/28, 2:00 p.m., in room 325. You may submit testimony using this link:

 
 
The Star-Advertiser recently published an editorial in support of SB68:

https://21maile.com/2013/03/04/article-repeal-drug-mandatory-minimums/

Native Hawaiian Male Youth Conference 5/28-30 – Deadline to Register 4/30/13

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‘Aha ‘Opio Kane is an anuual conference sponsored by Kia’i Oo ka’ala , project of Queen lili’uokalani Children’s Center. The three day/two night (s) conference will educate, equip and encourgae young men. Cultural practioners, community leaders, and a communtiy service project are part of the format.

For more information contact: Lyle Kaloi or Makaluana Feliciano at # 851-7800

 

Forms must be received by 4:30pm, Tuesday, April 30, 2013 at the Queen Lili’uokalani Children’s Center, Wai’anae Unit.

NANI ‘O WAIANAE and KEEP AMERICA BEAUTIFUL 3/10/13

L-R: Kanaloa Alewae, Makalii Hatchie, and Alice Greenwood.

L-R: Kanaloa Alewae, Makalii Hatchie, and Alice Greenwood.

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Finished view

Sunday March 10th in Waianae planted 15 native plants, near the PVT waste management company.

“My name is Kanaloa I play for the WestSide Warriors and I am happy to do this for my community.” – Kanaloa Alewae

“Nani ‘O Waianae is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization comprised of grassroots volunteers committed to creating a community based educational awareness and hands-on program which address environmental issues unique to our coastal community. The organization is a certified affiliate of the national organization of Keep America Beautiful, Inc.”

(Language from keepinghawaiiclean.com)

Army conducting invasive species management effort at Makua – Mar. 20-21, 2013

March 20, 2013

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Aloha Community Leaders – For your use and consideration on your websites, newsletters or in social media.

The U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii (USAG-HI) and the Oahu Invasive Species Committee (OISC) are continuing efforts to stop the spread of invasive fountain grass on the Waianae Coast.

USAG-HI and OISC staff will be conducting an aerial spray operation on Makua Military Reservation, March 20-21, to eliminate a population of fountain grass.

The work involves the targeted application of an herbicide onto individual plants using a spray ball suspended from a small helicopter. During application, the helicopter may be visible from Farrington Highway near Makua Valley. Operations will only take place in optimal (low wind/rain) weather conditions. The last aerial spray application was conducted in late May 2012, and treated approximately 300 plants.

There are no rare or endangered plants within the treatment area, and the application does not pose a risk to ground or ocean waters, springs, or wells of Makua Valley. The activities are not expected to impact area motorists or hikers.

For more information or concerns about this effort, please contact U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii Community Relations at 656-3158 or 656-3159.

BACKGROUND ON THE EFFORT:

Fountain grass is not native to Hawaii. It is a state-listed noxious weed, ecologically adapted to fuel brushfires. Fountain grass is well-established elsewhere on Oahu, notably Diamond Head and Lanikai. Community members can help stop the spread of invasive species by calling 808-266-7994 or visit www.oahuisc.org for more information.

OISC and USAG-HI efforts to stop the spread of fountain grass on the Waianae Coast began in 2011 after a population of the weed was discovered on the cliffs above Kaneana cave along Farrington Highway. During early efforts, staff walked the area and applied herbicide by hand to plants that were accessible. A majority of the plants are located on very steep terrain, however, making it too dangerous to control the entire population by hand.

Aerial treatment was the next critical step to eliminating the population, according to Army biologists.  The plants are scattered on approximately 30 acres of Army and neighboring land, however the operation targets a concentration of plants on approximately 9.6 acres of Army property.

Mahalo-
Amy
Amy L. Bugala
U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii, Public Affairs Chief, Community Relations
314 Sasaoka St.
BLDG 300, RM 105, WAAF
Schofield Barracks, HI 96857
p:808-656-3158 // f:808-656-3162
amy.bugala@us.army.mil

How are we doing? Comments are welcome at http://ice.disa.mil, under Pacific, Schofield Barracks, Information Management and then Public Affairs.

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Reschedule​d to May 2013

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Legislative Advocacy Workshop
 
Do you want to know what really goes on at the State Capitol?
Get the inside scoop!
Workshop Time (10:00 am to 12 noon)

Specialized Training on the Legislative Process
by Alex Santiago, LSW
Workshop Content
art of advocacy

This training is applicable to anyone who wants to learn the Art of Advocacy and how to be more effective in promoting your cause through the legislative process.

The learning objectives for this workshop are:

  • Understanding how the legislative process works
  • Learning the tools to navigate the legislative system
  • The art of influencing policy making

Speaker Bio

Alex

Alex Santiago served in the Hawaii State Legislature from 1990 till 2000. He chaired the Committee on Health and the Committee on Ocean and Marine Resources. Upon his retirement from public office, he served for two years as the Chair of the Democratic Party of Hawai’i.

Alex is a Licensed Social Worker and has practiced in the field for more than 30 years. He started his social work career as the Youth Coordinator with the Waianae Rap Center and worked for four years as a CPS social worker.

Prior to embarking on his political career, Alex worked as the Director of Social Work at Kahuku Hospital. He also lectured on Social Policy and Macro Social Work at the graduate level at the University of Hawai’i, School of Social Work.

Alex is currently the Executive Director of the Hawai’i Psychological Association. He also serves as a consultant to the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy-Hawai’i Division and the Hawai’i Dental Hygienists’ Association. In the past he has served as a consultant to The Hawai’i Nurses Association, Easter Seals of Hawai’i, The Mental Health Association of Hawai’i, Partners in Development, and others.

advocate

Alex was instrumental in starting up the organization PHOCUSED (Protecting Hawai’i’s Ohana, Children, Under Served, Elderly and Disabled) and served for five years as the Executive Director.

Workshop Dates & Venue:

Oahu Workshop: **Rescheduled to May, adding East Hawaii location as well.

Remarks

1. All payments must be submitted with a registration form.

2. Attach a copy of PayPal confirmation email if you don’t get a confirmation receipt no.

3. Cancellations made 3 working days prior to the workshop will be entitled to a full refund. No refunds will be made thereafter.

Address: HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union, 1226 College Walk, Honolulu, HI 96817

(fronting A’ala Street)

Workshop Fees

$50 for the workshop

$40 – Student Rate 

**Light refreshments will be served** 

Registration & Payment

a. Check

Download the Registration Form and send to our office together with a check payable to “PARENTS, Inc.” 

b. Credit Card

Click on the following PayPal button to make a credit card payment online. 

Buy Now

Please download and complete the Registration Form and email to us.

c. Purchase Order

Same as check payment, please send the Purchase Order together with the Registration Form. 

For inquiry, please call: (808) 235-0255 or email info@hawaiiparents.org

You may also visit our website at www.hawaiiparents.org

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