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20141203-SecondSupplementaryProclamation

Mayor Kenoi continues state of emergency in Puna due to lava flow threat

SECOND SUPPLEMENTARY PROCLAMATION WHEREAS, Act 111 of the 2014 Hawai’i State Legislature, provides for the establishment of County organizations for emergency management and disaster relief with the Mayor having direct responsibility and authority over emergency management within the County; and WHEREAS, Act 111 of the 2014 Hawai’i State Legislature and Chapter 7, Articles 1 and […]

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Mayor Kenoi in Washington, D.C. to attend Conference of Mayors

Hawai‘i County Mayor Billy Kenoi travels to Washington, D.C. today to join more than 280 of the nation’s mayors as well as congressional leaders and members of President Obama’s cabinet at the U.S. Conference of Mayors 82nd Winter Meeting.

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Senator Daniel K. Inouye

Memorial books honoring Senator Inouye available for signing at Mayor’s office

The public is invited to come in to sign memorial books and remember a man who did so much for the people of Hawai‘i for so long. At the end of next week, the books will be sent to the Inouye family.

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Mayor’s Office announces Student Malama Award

Mayor’s Office announces Student Malama Award

MEDIA RELEASE The Office of Hawaii County Mayor Billy Kenoi has announced the Student Malama Award, the first Big Island student sustainability award to highlight and celebrate youth-led stewardship and sustainability initiatives. Outstanding student leaders in this field will be awarded $500 scholarships. Individual students and student groups from public, charter and private schools, as […]

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New bypass cuts behind shopping center, schools; relieves town congestion

Parker Ranch opens Ala Ohia Road

New bypass cuts behind shopping center, schools; relieves town congestion

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Kenoi proclaims Suicide Prevention Week (Sept. 5-11)

Kenoi proclaims Suicide Prevention Week (Sept. 5-11)

Video by David Corrigan | Big Island Video News MEDIA RELEASE Mayor Billy Kenoi has proclaimed Sept. 5-11 as Suicide Prevention Week. As a member of the Suicide Prevention Task Force, Hawaii Family Guidance Center mental health supervisor Charmaine Alameda knows that a suicidal death is most difficult for family, friends and loved ones to […]

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Community charts health strategies at mayor’s conference

MEDIA RELEASE More than 400 residents and healthcare professionals gathered today at Hawaii County’s 2010 Healthcare Conference to chart a new path to solutions for some of the most pressing health care challenges in the county. Participants from across the island focused on urgent healthcare issues such as access to care and the shortage of […]

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Complex to serve low-income families with children; replaces Kawaihae transitional housing complex

Kaloko Housing Project breaks ground

Complex to serve low-income families with children; replaces Kawaihae transitional housing complex

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Marathon council budget meeting into hour 15

Marathon council budget meeting into hour 15

Karin Stanton | Hawaii 24/7 Contributing Editor The County Council continued discussion on budget amendments into Monday evening, after hearing testimony from more than 100 members of the public. Council members are considering Mayor Billy Kenoi’s $376 million budget and have introduced 40 amendments to it, ranging from Hele-On bus fees to slashing golf course […]

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Mayor Billy Kenoi has expressed disappointment with budget amendments offered by minority members of the Hawaii County Council, pointing out that these Council members want to raise tipping and other fees that will hurt small businesses and consumers.

Mayor urges Council to scrap last minute budget amendments

Mayor Billy Kenoi has expressed disappointment with budget amendments offered by minority members of the Hawaii County Council, pointing out that these Council members want to raise tipping and other fees that will hurt small businesses and consumers.

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Mayor Billy Kenoi made a special stop at the Memorial for Korean and Vietnam Veterans at Kalakaua Park before heading up to the Hawaii Veterans Cemetery I to further honor our Veterans on Memorial Day.

Honoring those who gave all on Memorial Day

Mayor Billy Kenoi made a special stop at the Memorial for Korean and Vietnam Veterans at Kalakaua Park before heading up to the Hawaii Veterans Cemetery I to further honor our Veterans on Memorial Day.

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Mayor Billy Kenoi and members of his staff will attend a community talk-story meeting on Wednesday, June 2, 6-8 p.m. at the Pahoa Neighborhood Center. The focus of the meeting will be the proposed County budget. The public is invited to attend and ask questions. For information, call the Mayor's office, 961-8211.

Mayor Kenoi talk-story session set for Pahoa Wednesday (June 2)

Mayor Billy Kenoi and members of his staff will attend a community talk-story meeting on Wednesday, June 2, 6-8 p.m. at the Pahoa Neighborhood Center. The focus of the meeting will be the proposed County budget. The public is invited to attend and ask questions. For information, call the Mayor’s office, 961-8211.

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Mayor Billy Kenoi and members of his staff will attend a community talk-story meeting on Wednesday, June 2, 6-8 p.m. at the Pahoa Neighborhood Center. The focus of the meeting will be the proposed County budget. The public is invited to attend and ask questions. For information, call the Mayor's office, 961-8211.

Mayor schedules Pahoa community meeting

Mayor Billy Kenoi and members of his staff will attend a community talk-story meeting on Wednesday, June 2, 6-8 p.m. at the Pahoa Neighborhood Center. The focus of the meeting will be the proposed County budget. The public is invited to attend and ask questions. For information, call the Mayor’s office, 961-8211.

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Mayor Billy Kenoi today urged the Hawaii County Council to tell the public immediately where it intends to cut $23 million from the administration’s proposed budget.

“The public deserves a fair hearing,” said Mayor Kenoi. “If Council members intend to cut $23 million from the budget, I think we all deserve to know where they intend to do that. Which programs and services are going to take the hit?

Mayor urges Council to reveal budget proposals

Mayor Billy Kenoi today urged the Hawaii County Council to tell the public immediately where it intends to cut $23 million from the administration’s proposed budget. “The public deserves a fair hearing,” said Mayor Kenoi. “If Council members intend to cut $23 million from the budget, I think we all deserve to know where they […]

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