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Changes in county green waste recycling

MEDIA RELEASE The county Department of Environmental Management will begin charging a new tipping fee on March 1, 2015 to businesses that deposit green waste at recycling facilities in Puuanahulu and Hilo. Revenue from the new fee will help to finance an expansion of green waste recycling services across the island. The new fee will […]

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Kenoi announces cabinet shuffle

MEDIA RELEASE Mayor Billy Kenoi has announced the appointment of former state Land Use Commission Chairman Duane Kanuha as the county’s new planning director. Bobby Jean Leithead Todd, who has served as county planning director for the past four years, will assume control of the county Department of Environmental Management. Kenoi also announced the appointment […]

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Kenoi: It's your administration

Kenoi: It’s your administration

Karin Stanton/Hawaii247.com Contributing Editor Mayor Billy Kenoi said he is well aware this is a big island, and he is determined to bring government to the people all over it. Kenoi was joined by numerous department chiefs and senior staff Tuesday evening at the Kona Town Meeting to answer questions and hear concerns for as […]

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County department heads at Waimea town meeting

Four new county department chiefs will participate in small group discussions at the April 2 meeting of the Waimea Community Association Town Meeting. The meeting is 5:15 p.m. Thursday, April 2 at the Waimea School cafeteria. The change in location will better facilitate a round-robin series of talk story sessions.  Guests from the mayor’s cabinet […]

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Mayor, cabinet will be at Kona Town Meeting

Mayor, cabinet will be at Kona Town Meeting

MEDIA RELEASE Mayor Billy Kenoi and cabinet members will discuss Hawaii Island’s critical issues, including the current economy and budget shortfall, West Hawaii’s roads and traffic, future growth management in West Hawaii and the plans for recreation facilities in Kona such as the old Kona Airport Park, at a town meeting, 6-8 p.m., April 14, […]

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