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Governor appoints Gill as acting health director

MEDIA RELEASE Gov. Neil Abercrombie has appointed Gary Gill as Acting Director of the state Department of Health. “During this interim period, Gary is ready to ensure that the important work of the Department of Health continues without interruption,” Abercrombie said. “He shares my utmost confidence and that of the entire DOH ohana in moving […]

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State awards grants over Japan tsunami marine debris

Gary Gill: ‘Hawaii has depended on volunteers to keep marine debris off our beaches. We are providing a little support for the very big job they do.’

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Participation in HI-5 recycling program remains strong

Participation in HI-5 recycling program remains strong

MEDIA RELEASE People in Hawaii recycled more than 686 million containers from July 1, 2010, to June 30, 2011, or about 76 percent of all beverage containers sold, according to the “HI-5” recycling program administered by the state Department of Health. Last year, from July 1, 2009 to June 30, 2010, the recycling rate was […]

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Abercrombie announces DOH team, DOT deputy

Abercrombie announces DOH team, DOT deputy

MEDIA RELEASE Gov. Neil Abercrombie has announced the team leading the Department of Health: Dr. Neal Palafox, Director, Loretta Fuddy, MSW, First Deputy Director, and Gary Gill, Deputy Director for the Environment. “The Department of Health needs strong leadership to overcome its current organizational challenges,” Abercrombie said. “Our team of professionals has the ability and […]

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Groups sought for CFL light bulb exchange fundraiser

Groups sought for CFL light bulb exchange fundraiser

MEDIA RELEASE Help Hawaii Island homes use less energy and earn your group some money! The Kohala Center and Blue Planet Foundation are looking for 10 community organizations or school groups to help exchange a total of 5,000 incandescent bulbs for energy-saving Compact Florescent Light (CFL) bulbs by the end of May. Each group participating […]

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