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OHA: Office of Hawaiian Affairs

OHA seeks continued TMT moratorium

The Office of Hawaiian Affairs Board of Trustees met on April 9 during which the matter of Mauna Kea and the planned thirty-meter telescope (TMT) was discussed. The Board plans to gain greater clarity on the pending legal cases relating to the TMT project. The Board will also review OHA’s past positions on these cases. With that information, the Board will consider its position on the matter at an upcoming board meeting.

During the past week, OHA leaders have also been in discussions with state decision makers. In these talks, OHA leaders have emphasized the need for all parties to address the unresolved legal matters while the TMT construction moratorium remains in place.

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