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Governor Linda Lingle visited the Big Island Tuesday (June 22) spending time at NELHA (Natural Energy Laboratory of Hawaii Authority), Mauna Kea and Hamakua Springs.

Governor Lingle visits the Big Island

Governor Linda Lingle visited the Big Island Tuesday (June 22) spending time at NELHA (Natural Energy Laboratory of Hawaii Authority), Mauna Kea and Hamakua Springs.

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Governor Linda Lingle today released a list of judicial nominees that was provided to her by the Judicial Selection Commission to fill the position of chief justice of the Hawai‘i Supreme Court.  Governor Lingle is making the list available to the public to encourage public comment on the nominees as part of her review and selection process.

Lingle seeks comment on nominees for Supreme Court chief

Governor Linda Lingle today released a list of judicial nominees that was provided to her by the Judicial Selection Commission to fill the position of chief justice of the Hawai‘i Supreme Court. Governor Lingle is making the list available to the public to encourage public comment on the nominees as part of her review and […]

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Continuing her mission in Asia, Governor Lingle is in Japan and met yesterday with Minister Seiji Maehara of Japan’s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT).

Governor Lingle’s China-Japan tourism, trade, investment mission

Continuing her mission in Asia, Governor Lingle is in Japan and met yesterday with Minister Seiji Maehara of Japan’s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT).

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The Governor’s Council of Neighbor Island Advisors for East Hawai‘i will meet on Wednesday, February 24, 2010, 5:00 p.m. in the County of Hawai‘i, Aging and Disability Resource Center, which is located at 1055 Kino‘ole Street, more well known as the Old Sun Sun Lau Building. The public is encouraged to attend.

Governor’s Council Of Neighbor Island Advisors for East Hawai‘i to meet on Wednesday (Feb 24)

The Governor’s Council of Neighbor Island Advisors for East Hawai‘i will meet on Wednesday, February 24, 2010, 5:00 p.m. in the County of Hawai‘i, Aging and Disability Resource Center, which is located at 1055 Kino‘ole Street, more well known as the Old Sun Sun Lau Building. The public is encouraged to attend.

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Members of the Governor’s Administration today testified before the Senate Ways and Means Committee on the importance of preserving the Executive Branch’s authority to manage the State’s finances.

Governor’s cabinet testifies against bill to curtail budgetary authority of executive branch

Members of the Governor’s Administration today testified before the Senate Ways and Means Committee on the importance of preserving the Executive Branch’s authority to manage the State’s finances.

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It is my great privilege this morning to deliver the time-honored State of the State Address to the people of Hawai‘i as I have done for the past seven years. 

This address will differ from those I have delivered in the past, because it will be my last.

Governor Lingle’s State of the State Address

It is my great privilege this morning to deliver the time-honored State of the State Address to the people of Hawai‘i as I have done for the past seven years. This address will differ from those I have delivered in the past, because it will be my last.

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Hawai‘i County Mayor Billy Kenoi released the following statement today in response to Governor Linda Lingle’s bid to balance the state budget by stripping the counties of their fair share of the Transient Accommodations Tax (TAT).

Kenoi responds to plan to take counties’ share of the TAT

Hawai‘i County Mayor Billy Kenoi released the following statement today in response to Governor Linda Lingle’s bid to balance the state budget by stripping the counties of their fair share of the Transient Accommodations Tax (TAT).

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As part of DLNR’s ongoing efforts to upgrade and modernize state parks and other outdoor recreational facilities statewide, the department will use the funds to design renewable energy sources to power park facilities such as water system pumps, sewer system pumps, booster pumps, trail lighting and rental cabins and kitchens. The funds will also be used to design renewable energy sources for facilities at various state parks and Mauna Kea State Recreation Area on Hawai‘i.  Construction of a pilot project may include one or more of these parks as funding will allow.

Governor Lingle releases $1M for energy efficiency improvements at state parks

As part of DLNR’s ongoing efforts to upgrade and modernize state parks and other outdoor recreational facilities statewide, the department will use the funds to design renewable energy sources to power park facilities such as water system pumps, sewer system pumps, booster pumps, trail lighting and rental cabins and kitchens. The funds will also be […]

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Plan to get children back to class

Plan would ensure there is no classroom time lost for the period of January 1, 2010 through June 30, 2011.
(current furlough schedule continues through Dec. 31, 2009)
27 Fridays of class time will be restored over 1 ½ years beginning Jan. 1, 2010.
How this would be accomplished:

Governor Lingle announces plan to eliminate student furlough days in 2010

Plan to get children back to class Plan would ensure there is no classroom time lost for the period of January 1, 2010 through June 30, 2011. (current furlough schedule continues through Dec. 31, 2009) 27 Fridays of class time will be restored over 1 ½ years beginning Jan. 1, 2010. How this would be […]

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As Americans, we owe a tremendous amount of gratitude to our veterans who, during peace and war, have demonstrated a steadfast commitment to safeguarding the principles upon which our nation was founded. Hawai‘i’s veterans have a long and proud tradition of serving their communities after returning to civilian life, and they comprise an integral part of our island ‘ohana.

Veterans Day message from Governor, Lt. Governor

As Americans, we owe a tremendous amount of gratitude to our veterans who, during peace and war, have demonstrated a steadfast commitment to safeguarding the principles upon which our nation was founded. Hawai‘i’s veterans have a long and proud tradition of serving their communities after returning to civilian life, and they comprise an integral part […]

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Governor Linda Lingle has released over the last quarter $203,144,000 for renovations and new construction at University of Hawai‘i campuses statewide.  The projects include improvements to the Campus Center at University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa and the Student Services Building at UH-Hilo, a new Hawaiian Language building at UH-Hilo, a new Cancer Research Center at the UH School of Medicine in Kaka‘ako, and capital renewal and deferred maintenance projects at University of Hawai‘i campuses statewide.

Governor Lingle releases $203M for UH System

Governor Linda Lingle has released over the last quarter $203,144,000 for renovations and new construction at University of Hawai‘i campuses statewide. The projects include improvements to the Campus Center at University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa and the Student Services Building at UH-Hilo, a new Hawaiian Language building at UH-Hilo, a new Cancer Research Center at […]

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Governor Linda Lingle named Michael Unebasami, associate vice president for administrative affairs of the University of Hawaiʻi as State Manager of the Year, and Brian Bushe, an insect and plant researcher for the College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources as State Employee of the Year.

University of Hawaii wins two prestigious 2009 Governor’s Awards

Governor Linda Lingle named Michael Unebasami, associate vice president for administrative affairs of the University of Hawaiʻi as State Manager of the Year, and Brian Bushe, an insect and plant researcher for the College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources as State Employee of the Year.

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Governor Linda Lingle today recognized three recipients of the Governor’s Innovation Awards for their ingenuity and commitment to developing creative ways to secure a stronger future for Hawai‘i.

Governor Lingle names innovation award winners

Governor Linda Lingle today recognized three recipients of the Governor’s Innovation Awards for their ingenuity and commitment to developing creative ways to secure a stronger future for Hawai‘i.

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Hawai'i has long been one of the most oil-dependent states in the nation.  However, through the unprecedented Hawai'i Clean Energy Initiative and its ambitious goal of achieving 70 percent clean energy by the year 2030, our state has rapidly become a global leader in securing a clean energy future. 

A recent decision by the Public Utilities Commission is a significant move forward in attracting investments in clean energy projects statewid

Governor Lingle talks about clean energy initiative

Hawai’i has long been one of the most oil-dependent states in the nation. However, through the unprecedented Hawai’i Clean Energy Initiative and its ambitious goal of achieving 70 percent clean energy by the year 2030, our state has rapidly become a global leader in securing a clean energy future. A recent decision by the Public […]

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