Newsletters

September Newsletter 2011

Open newsletter

  • Hawai‘i Five-0 Films in Kalaeloa
  • Olomana Gardens Leading theWay for Sustainable Agriculture on Oahu
  • A Night to Remember Helps and Inspires Homeless
  • And much more

August Newsletter 2011

Open newsletter

  • Senate District 19 Growth and Reapportionment
  • West Oahu Transportation Townhall Meeting Key to Traffic Fix
  • iConserve Rally Focused on Getting State to Conserve Energy
  • Fujifilm Makes WaipahuProud with "Green" Project
  • And much more

July Newsletter 2011

Open newsletter

  • UH West Oahu Campus Coming Together
  • FBI Coming to Town
  • Geothermal Energy a Possible Solution to Meeting Our Energy Needs
  • Kunia Resident Colonel Danny Melton Retires From Marine Corps
  • And much more

June Newsletter 2011

 Open newsletter

  • Bag Bill Key for 2012 Session
  • 2011 State Budget Overview
  • Energy & Environment BillsImportant for Hawai‘i’s Future
  • District 19 Comes Up Big in Construction Funding
  • And much more

 

May Newsletter 2011

Open newsletter

  • Governor Abercrombie Signs Bill to Help More People Get Solar Panels
  • Tennis Clinic for Foodbank a Hit
  • Patrick Gartside: An Extraordinarily Giving Person
  • Much more

April Newsletter 2011

Open newsletter

  • Mauka Lani Elementary to Get Second Evacuation Route
  • Mor Solar Power Comig to Kapolei
  • Solutions to Up-Front Costs for Energy Efficiency
  • Much more

February Newsletter 2011

Open newsletter

  • Energy and Environment Committee Raring to Go
  • Kalaeloa Tennis Association Looking for Members
  • Hosting Youth Exchange and Study Student to Promote Peace
  • Much more

October Newsletter 2010

Open newsletter

  • Governor Lingle Releases Funding to Repair Schools
  • Parents and Children Together (PACT) Hold Kapolei Office Open House
  • Conservation Council of Hawai'i Conference Focuses on the Pacific Ecosystem
  • Much more

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