OHA: Office of Hawaiian Affairs

OHA Board of Trustees to meet on Maui

KAHULUI (May 10, 2019) – Maui residents this week will have the opportunity to provide feedback to the Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA) at a community forum and a regular meeting of the OHA Board of Trustees, scheduled respectively for Wednesday, May 15, and Thursday, May 16.

The community meeting is specifically designed for OHA officials to listen to the manaʻo of the public and highlight efforts to improve the conditions of Native Hawaiians. The board meeting is intended to conduct regular board business.  Both meetings are open to the public.

The Maui meetings are the first in the OHA Board’s annual series of community and board meetings held throughout the state. Below is a tentative schedule for the neighbor island meetings, with times and location subject to change.

OHA Board Community Meetings Schedule:

Maui

  • Community Meeting
    • Wed., May 15
    • UH Maui College, Cafeteria, Pāʻina Building
    • 310 W. Kaʻahumanu Ave., Kahului, HI 96732
    • Board Meeting
      • Thu., May 16
      • UH Maui College, Cafeteria, Pāʻina Building
      • 310 W. Kaʻahumanu Ave., Kahului, HI 96732

Lānaʻi

  • Board Meeting
    • Wed., June 19
    • Lānaʻi High and Elementary School
    • 555 Fraser Ave., Lānaʻi City, HI 96763

Kauaʻi

  • Community Meeting
    • Wed., July 10
    • Location TBD
  • Board Meeting
    • Thu., July 11
    • Location TBD

Molokaʻi

  • Community Meeting
    • Wed., Aug. 7
    • Kulana ʻŌiwi Hālau
  • Board Meeting
    • Thu., Aug. 8
    • Kulana ʻŌiwi Hālau

Hawaiʻi Island

  • Community Meeting
    • Wed., Sept. 18
    • Location TBD
  • Board Meeting
    • Thu., Sept. 19
    • Location TBD

To view updates to the board meeting schedule and official meeting agendas, visithttps://www.oha.org/BOT . For more information on the Maui meetings, call OHA’s office on Maui at (808) 873-3364.

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