Gov. David Ige’s public schedule is now available online, making it easier to keep tabs on where he’s going and who he’s seeing.
His predecessor, former Gov. Neil Abercrombie, had provided a similar service in the form of weekly public calendars. But until now, tracking Ige’s whereabouts over the past six months since he took office had proven a bit challenging.
Ige’s public schedule is now on the front page of his website — governor.hawaii.gov. His weekly schedule will be updated every Friday, according to the governor’s office.
His public schedule shows just one event for Wednesday, a speaking engagement before the American Council of Engineering Companies of Hawaii at the Hale Koa Hotel.
The rest of his week looks light. He has two proclamation signings at his office Friday for Punahou JROTC and Sakada Day, and Saturday evening he is making an appearance at the 38th annual Na Hoku Hanohano Awards Show at the Hawaii Convention Center.
Special Adviser to the Governor Betsy Kim walks with Gov. David Ige on their way to their next appointment, Feb. 23, in Washington, D.C.
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