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Gov. David Ige’s appointee will serve a six-year term on the regulatory agency.
But the county has lifted a nightly curfew that was ordered back in March.
The U.S. senator expressed his concern as $50 million in federal funds is directed to the state for COVID-19 testing and tracing.
Both the Honolulu county and state SHOPO boards support the candidate unanimously.
Gov. David Ige is not on board with much of the Legislature’s fiscal plan including how to spend federal bailout money and public worker pay cuts.
The Hawaii Supreme Court is weighing long-standing disagreements over stream water diversion in East Maui.
Hawaii’s visitor industry is in a nosedive, but tracking guests could make things worse.
If details on social distancing and constitutionality can be worked out, the Hawaii Legislature could meet this month.
Nearly 20 candidates have expressed interest in the job.
COVID-19 has moved governments to take extreme measures, and there are already signs of revolt.
Incumbent Harry Kim has not yet decided whether he will run again.