Resources

Note: Items are posted in reverse chronological order, with the latest at the top.

‘Sea Level Rise & Climate Change’ Dec. 2018 1/16/19

‘Archaeological Investigation of Lowland Kea’au Valley on the Leeward Coast of O’ahu’ 7/5/17

‘Kānehōʻālani: Transforming the Health of Native Hawaiian Men’ 6/6/17

Hawaii DOE/BOE Strategic Plan 2017-2020 12/2/16

Report Faults Honolulu for Criminalizing Homelessness 11/15/16

Are you interested in law school? Have you taken your LSAT yet? Richardson Law School in Manoa offers an amazing LSAT Preparation Program through their Ka Huli Ao Center. There’s a diagnostic test on Saturday, May 7th, 2016, which you’d need to register for by Thursday, April 28th, 2016. This program is an amazing (and affordable!) resource for those looking to take a preparation program for the LSATs. Email lawlsat@hawaii.edu to RSVP/register for this diagnostic test and to get more information about the Ka Huli Ao program.

Hawaii’s laws regarding HOA Board of Directors’ conflicts of interest

Kupuna Caucus 2016 2/1/16

C&CH: Down Payment Zero-Interest Loan Program (11/12/15)

Hawaii State Judiciary’s Self-Help Centers Provide Legal Information to More Than 10,000 People (9/14/15)

OMPO Report to the 2002 Hawaii State Legislature: On the Status of Waianae Coast Transportation Studies and Projects (In response to House Resolution 160 House Draft 1- 2000) (8/30/15) – Covers Wai’anae Emergency Access routes.

Weather Alerts – Stay Informed (8/24/15)

Affordable Housing Inventory in the State of Hawaii (8/20/15) (8/20/15)

Keiki Central, the Early Childhood Virtual Hub (posted 5/7/2015)

Daily Headlines and News Articles Provided by the Legislative Reference Bureau (posted 5/7/2015)

Hawai’i Farmers Union United Information (posted 3/23/2015)

Pardon Application Package for Hawaii (posted 3/18/2015)

Information and FAQs on Expungemnt in Hawaii (posted 3/18/2015)

Hawaii Application for Expungement of Arrest Record (posted 3/18/2015)

Ho‘ohana Aku, a Ho‘ola Aku: A Legal Primer for Traditional and Customary Rights in Hawai‘I (posted 3/9/15)

KA PA`AKAI O KA`AINA VS LAND USE COMMISSION, STATE OF HAWAI`I (posted 3/9/15)

OHA Criminal Justice Study (2/20/15)

Hawaii State Homeless Programs – Shelter/Service Bulletin Board (11/25/14)

Pono Choices Info Flyer (Aug. 2014) (posted 8/18/14)

Makua Marine Resources Study Update: Wet Season Sampling Has Begun (1/14/14) (posted 1/16/14)

State of Hawaii Unclaimed Property Search (posted 12/4/13)

The Future of Learning, Networked Society – Ericsson (posted 11.7.13)

Tire Recycling In Hawai’i – Final Report 5/8/13 (posted 10.29.13)

Apply Online for State’s Med-QUEST Health Insurance (posted 10.17.13)

Assessment and Priorities for Health & Well-being in Native Hawaiians & Other Pacific Peoples (September 2013) (posted 9.25.13)

Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) – Hawaii Resources (posted 7.16.13)

Vacant Ag Lands in Senate District 21 (posted 7.16.13)

REQUEST FOR ENTRY INTO CHILDREN’S PASSPORT ISSUANCE ALERT PROGRAM ; see related article. (posted 6.18.13)

Mauna Lahilahi Draft Environmental Assessment, Apr. 2013 (posted 6.18.13)

Sean F. Reardon (Stanford University), “The Widening Academic Achievement Gap Between the Rich and the Poor: New Evidence and Possible Explanations,” in Whither Opportunity? Rising Inequality, Schools, and Children’s Life Chances, Greg J. Duncan and Richard J. Murnane, eds., Russell Sage Foundation, 2011. Also see Reardon’s “No Rich Child Left Behind,” NY Times, 27 Apr. 2013. (posted 6.7.13; updated 6.8.13)

Affordable Housing Project for Hawaiians (posted 4.25.13)

DAGS special use permit form (posted 3.13.13)

Hawaii Directory of Public Officials 2013 now available! (posted 2.14.13)

Bus Schedule – Country Express Route C (posted 2.6.13)

Hawaii Residential Landlord-Tenant Code Handbook (posted 2.5.13)

Draft Supplemental Marine Resources Study Sampling and Analysis Plan Mākua Military Reservation O‘ahu, Hawai‘i Geotechnical and Structures Laboratory 18 January 2013. [Click here for the related article.] (posted 1.23.13)

Volunteer Facilitators Needed for ‘Ohana ‘Ike College & Career Readiness Program in Nānākuli (posted 12.25.12)

Office of Planning and HDOA Report on Food Security/Self-Sufficiency – 3 Volumes, Oct. 2012 (posted 12.12.12)

Vacant State-Owned Lands Listing (posted 1.18.11, updated 11.20.12)

Revised Housing Assistance List (Nov 2012) (posted 11.14.12)

Information on Waianae Coast Food Distribution (posted 11.5.12)

Medicare’s period of open enrollment has begun 10/15-12/7 (posted 10.17.12)

Sen. Shimabukuro Learns of Alternatives to Landfilling on HPower Plant Tour (posted 10.11.12)

Keep Waianae Clean: Proper Trash Disposal Brochure (posted 10.3.12)

Awesome Foundation Oahu – Apply for $1,000 Grants (posted 10.2.12)

Update: The Kalaeloa Shuttle (posted 8.20.12)

Dept. of Agriculture Advisory for Fairs and Events Where Swine are Present (posted 8.20.12)

STATE OF HAWAI‘I DATA BOOK 2011 — now available online (posted 8.14.12)

Free Kindergarten Readiness Program for 3- and 4-year olds (posted 8.6.12)

Free Independent Living Workshops for Kupuna Sep 20-Dec 6 (posted 8.6.12)

Wai’anae CDP Census Reports (posted 7.16.12)

MaziEmail: Helpful Hints for Hawaii Driver’s License Renewal (posted 7.16.12)

Hawaii DOE Official School Calendar & Bell Schedule 2012-2013 (posted 7.2.12)

Elections Polling Place Locator and Voter/Elections Information 2012 (posted 7.2.12)

Update re: ‘Clean and Sober’ & ‘Halfway’ Houses (posted 6.19.12)

Foreclosure Reform Passed in 2012 – highlight article links (posted 6.7.12)

‘Uncle Kokua’ Gives Money to Islanders Who Need Help (posted 5.24.12)

Agricultural Park Lots Available in Wai`anae (posted 5.7.12)

OHA Native Hawaiian Data Book online; click here for related article. (posted 5.4.12)

Camping Permit Information from City & County; also Amended Camping Policy, Rules and Regulations Governing Camping at City Parks (posted 4.27.12)

Hawai’i Ocean Resources Management Plan (ORMP) 2006; click here for related article. (posted 4.19.12)

Homeless Shelter Eviction Rules (Revised) (posted 4.19.12)

Wai`anae Coast Senate and House Reapportionment: 8 March 2012 Summaries (posted 3.18.12)

Makaha Surfing Beach Sand Pushing Study by DLNR Aug. 2010: Makaha Beach-sand pushing-guidelines_2010

Kokua!

ON-GOING EVENTS NEEDING SUPPORT

[For a list of websites devoted to volunteer opportunities in Hawaii, click here. For the archives, click here.]

E Ala Volunteers Sought (posted 11/22/14)

Wai`anae Hawaiian Civic Club: Announcements for Summer 2014

People’s Path Clean Ups Every 2nd Saturday

Just a friendly reminder about 2nd Thursday Service Providers Meeting: March 14, 2013 – 11:30am – 1:00pm @ Ulu Ke Kukui 87-756 Kula`aupuni Street in Wai`anae off of St. John’s Road

Children & Families

Friends of Wai`anae Library, find out how to get involved at the Wai`anae Public Library, 85-625 Farrington Hwy., Wai`anae, HI 96792, 697-7868.

Volunteers Sought: Na Kama Kai – to Nurture Love for the Ocean Among Youth

Clean-Ups

Nani O Wai`anae holds periodic beach clean ups. For more information, contact Lucy Gay at maninibeach2@yahoo.com. Also, monthly meetings at LCCW and periodic clean ups. They are always looking for more volunteers.

Adopt-A-Park Program & Application

Culture and the Arts

Disaster Relief

Waianae Coast Readiness Team Disaster Prep Workshops: Beginning February 18

Hearings: Legislative and Others

(To submit testimony for a Hawaii State Legislature hearing, click here.)

Testimony needed for 315 Hearing Re. Paternity 3/15

Testimony needed for 319 Hearing Re. Thrill Craft 3/14

Testimony needed for SB 1265 SD 1 Re. Contracts 3/14

Mentoring

School Events

Service to the Community

Ka Wai Ola O Waianae is looking for volunteers for their efforts to combat illegal dumping and clean up our streams.

Keiki Spring Fest: Help Support this Annual Event! For more information, call Ka Wahi Kaiaulu-Wai’anae Neighborhood Place #696-4598

Friends of Wai`anae Library, find out how to get involved at the Wai`anae Public Library, 85-625 Farrington Hwy., Wai`anae, HI 96792, 697-7868.

How to Conduct a Voter Registration Drive & Why You Should Vote

No Vote No Grumble

Nonprofits and government agencies along the Waianae Coast are often looking for volunteers to work in their offices, serve on Boards, etc. Click here for a listing of various nonprofits, government agencies, churches, and other community groups on the Waianae Coast.

Waianae Coast Combats Crime

Sports Events

Ahi Fever 2013 Seeks Sponsors & Advertisers at Wai`anae Boat Harbor.

Students & Scholarships

Women of Wai`anae: WOW’s in need of more members who can help put on their yard sales, teas, etc. to provide scholarships for nontraditional college students on the Wai’anae Coast.

NB24/34/36

Neighborhood Board 24 – Wai`anae Coast

Neighborhood Board 34 – Makakilo/Kapolei/Honokai Hale

Neighborhood Board 36 – Nanakuli-Maili

‘Big News: Hawaii Civil Window for child sex abuse victims EXTENDED; Includes public schools’

By Joelle Casteix
The Worthy Adversary
June 21, 2014

Hawaii Governor Neil Abercrombie just signed a law that extends Hawaii’s two-year civil window for sex abuse victims.

But there’s more: victims in public schools are NOW eligible for accountability under the new law. For the first time, sex offenders in public schools and the people who covered up for them—including powerful unions and other gov’t officials—are liable for the crimes of predatory gov’t employees.

Thank you Senator Maile Shimabukuro for your tireless work on behalf of victims.