OHA: Office of Hawaiian Affairs

OHA Board of Trustees to meet on Lānaʻi

LĀNAʻI CITY (July 10, 2018) – Lānaʻi residents will have the opportunity to share their manaʻo directly with the OHA Board of Trustees when it holds a public meeting on island on Thursday, July 12.

The board meeting includes time for public testimony, presentations from two community organizations and a brief update on the agency’s efforts to improve the conditions of Native Hawaiians.

The Lānaʻi meeting continues the OHA Board’s annual series of community and board meetings held throughout the state. Below is a tentative schedule for upcoming neighbor island meetings, with times and location subject to change. The Board held meetings on Maui and Kauaʻi earlier this summer.

OHA Board Neighbor Island Meeting Schedule:

  • Lānaʻi
    • Board meeting
      • 10:30 a.m., Thurs., July 12
      • Lānaʻi High and Elementary School Cafeteria, 555 Fraser Avenue
  • Molokaʻi
    • Community meeting
      • Wed., Aug. 8
      • Kulana ʻŌiwi
    • Board meeting
      • Thu., Aug. 9
      • Kulana ʻŌiwi
  • Hawaiʻi Island
    • Community meeting
      • Wed., Sept. 19
      • Location TBD
    • Board meeting
      • Thu., Sept. 20
      • Location TBD

To view updates to the board meeting schedule and official meeting agendas, visit https://www.oha.org/BOT . For more information on the Lānaʻi meetings, call OHA’s office on Lānaʻi at (808) 565-7930.

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