Resolutions Adopted - Regular Session

Hawaii State Legislature
1997 Session

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MEASURE   HCR205
TITLE     REQUESTING THE OFFICE OF HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS TO URGE NATIVE HAWAIIANS TO
           PARTICIPATE IN AN EARLY CANCER DETECTION PROGRAM.
INTRODCR  Goodenow K (586-9450)
DESCRIPT         BE IT RESOLVED by the House of Representatives of the
           Nineteenth Legislature of the State of Hawaii, Regular Session of
           1997, the Senate concurring, that the Office of Hawaiian Affairs, in
           the interest of improving the overall health and well being of the
           native Hawaiian community, is requested to urge all native Hawaiians
           to routinely participate in cancer screening and testing programs
           that their physicians, health plans, community organizations, or
           other entities may recommend. -- HCR205
COMM REPT  HSCR 1341 (HAW)  HSCR 1478 (HLT)  SSCR 1763 (HEV) - filed
STATUS    Apr=22 97  Adopted
HISTORY   Mar-14 97  Introduction - House
          Mar-17 97  Multiple Referral to HAW then HLT
          Mar-24 97  Reported from HAW (HSCR 1341)
          Mar-24 97  Referred to HLT
          Mar-31 97  Reported from HLT (HSCR 1478)





MEASURE   HCR206 HD2   (HSCR 1795)
TITLE     REQUESTING THE WAIMANALO HOUSING RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION, HAWAII
           HOUSING AUTHORITY, HOUSING FINANCE AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION,
           OFFICE OF HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS, AND THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND
           URBAN DEVELOPMENT TO RESEARCH ISSUES AND IDENTIFY OPTIONS TO ENABLE
           THE RESIDENTS OF THE WAIMANALO HOMES PROJECT TO REMAIN LIVING THERE.
INTRODCR  Goodenow K (586-9450)
DESCRIPT         BE IT RESOLVED by the House of Representatives of the
           Nineteenth Legislature of the State of Hawaii, Regular Session of
           1997, the Senate concurring, that the Waimanalo Residents
           Association, Hawaii Housing Authority, Housing Finance and
           Development Corporation, Office of Hawaiian Affairs, and the US
           Department of Housing and Urban Development are requested to study
           the issues and identify options that may enable the residents of
           Waimanalo Homes to remain living there; and
           Association, Hawaii Housing Authority, Housing Finance and
           Development Corporation, Office of Hawaiian Affairs, and the US
           Department of Housing and Urban Development are requested to
           research the following issues:
                     Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Hawaii
                     concerning the nature of their tenancy (i.e., promises to
                     lease or to provide " buy back " provisions);
                     leasehold property to fee simple property) is implicated
                     if the site is leased;
                     Development is necessary as a condition precedent to the
                     sale or lease of the site;
                     Housing and Urban Development will agree to the sale or
                     lease of the site;
                     necessary as a condition precedent to the sale or lease of
                     the site;
                     Hawaiian Affairs will agree to the sale or lease of the
                     site;
                     via the private sector (e.g., self help housing, mutual
                     housing, etc.);
                     scenarios:
                     available for developments on ceded land given the
                     existing litigation; and
                     the resident body regarding how many want to purchase the
                     units and how many do not;
                     the resident body regarding how many want modernization of
                     the units and how many do not; and
          requested to complete their research and findings prior to May 1,
          1997, in order to prevent the lapsing of 8 million dollars in federal
          funds designated for the renovation of Waimanalo Homes; and
          compile and transmit such research and findings to the Legislature on
          or before May 1, 1997; and
          requested to avail themselves of administrative remedies designed to
          prevent the renovation of Waimanalo Homes. -- HCR206 HD2
COMM REPT  HSCR 1514 (HSH)  HSCR 1795 (FIN)  SSCR 1730 (GOH)
STATUS    Apr=21 97  Adopted
HISTORY   Mar-14 97  Introduction - House
          Mar-17 97  Multiple Referral to HSH then FIN
          Mar-31 97  Reported from HSH (HSCR 1514) (HD1)
          Mar-31 97  Referred to FIN
          Apr-10 97  Reported from FIN (HSCR 1795) (HD2)





MEASURE   HCR210
TITLE     SUPPORTING AND URGING IMPLEMENTATION OF THE HAZARD MITIGATION PLAN
           DEVELOPED IN RESPONSE TO THE WAIANAE DISTRICT FLOODING.
INTRODCR  Jones M (586-8460)
DESCRIPT        BE IT RESOLVED by the House of Representatives of the
           Nineteenth Legislature of the State of Hawaii, Regular Session of
           1997, the Senate concurring, that the Legislature supports the
           Hazard Mitigation plan, and urges the State Department of Defense,
           Civil Defense Division to do whatever is necessary to implement the
           State's responsibilities to ensure expeditious implementation of the
           strategies and recommendations of the plan; and
           Civil Defense Division is requested to report on the progress of
           implementing the plan, including any recommendations for legislative
           action that might be necessary, to the Legislature no later than
           twenty days prior to the convening of the Regular Session of 1998.
           -- HCR210
COMM REPT  HSCR 1309 (PSM)  HSCR 1819 (FIN)  SSCR 1738 (TIA) - filed
STATUS    Apr=29 97  Adopted
HISTORY   Mar-14 97  Introduction - House
          Mar-17 97  Multiple Referral to PSM then FIN
          Mar-21 97  Reported from PSM (HSCR 1309)
          Mar-21 97  Referred to FIN
          Apr-10 97  Reported from FIN (HSCR 1819)





MEASURE   HCR215 HD1   (HSCR 1733)
TITLE     ESTABLISHING A JOINT LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE ON LAND USE PLANNING.
INTRODCR  Souki J (BR) (586-6100)
DESCRIPT        BE IT RESOLVED by the House of Representatives of the
           Nineteenth Legislature of the State of Hawaii, Regular Session of
           1997, the Senate concurring, that a Joint Legislative Committee on
           Land Use Planning (Committee) be established to operate during the
           interim between the 1997 and 1998 legislative sessions to:
                     the recommendations that the state and county planning
                     changes; and
                     or, if that is not possible in the time available, report
                     progress and recommend next steps; and
          Committee to be appointed as follows:
                     of Representatives from among the membership of the House,
                     with 1 member to be designated by the Speaker as co chair
                     of the Committee; and
                     Senate from among the membership of the Senate, with 1
                     the Committee; and
          the House of Representatives and the Senate at least 20 days prior to
          the convening of the Regular Session of 1998; and
          provides for both committee deliberation and substantial public
          participation using a variety of approaches, such as interviews with
          key participants, including the Governor and relevant state
          department directors, county council members, mayors, relevant county
          department directors, and representatives from among state and county
          planners, landowners, developers, and environmentalists; and
          on approaches to land use planning responsibilities of state and
          local governments in other jurisdictions. -- HCR215 HD1
COMM REPT  HSCR 1497 (WLU)  HSCR 1733 (LMG)  SSCR 1766 (WLH)
STATUS    Apr=21 97  Adopted
HISTORY   Mar-14 97  Introduction - House
          Mar-17 97  Multiple Referral to WLU then LMG
          Mar-31 97  Reported from WLU (HSCR 1497)
          Mar-31 97  Referred to LMG
          Apr-10 97  Reported from LMG (HSCR 1733) (HD1)





MEASURE   HCR223
TITLE     SUPPORTING THE EFFORTS OF THE HAWAII CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION TO
           HOMEPORT THE JAPANESE MIDGET SUBMARINE (HA-19) AT PEARL HARBOR.
INTRODCR  Kawakami B (586-6280)
DESCRIPT        BE IT RESOLVED by the House of Representatives of the
           Nineteenth Legislature of the State of Hawaii, Regular Session of
           1997, the Senate concurring, that this body vigorously supports the
           efforts of the Hawaii Congressional Delegation, the U.S.S. Bowfin
           Submarine Museum and Park, and concerned members of the community in
           homeporting the Japanese Midget Submarine (Ha-19) at Pearl Harbor,
           Hawaii. -- HCR223
COMM REPT  HSCR 1423 (PSM)  SSCR 1642 (TIA)
STATUS    Apr=10 97  Adopted
HISTORY   Mar-14 97  Introduction - House
          Mar-17 97  Single Referral to PSM
          Mar-27 97  Reported from PSM (HSCR 1423)
          Mar-27 97  Adoption by the House
          Mar=31 97  Introduction - Senate





MEASURE   HCR231
TITLE     URGING THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES TO NOMINATE AND THE UNITED
           STATES SENATE TO CONFIRM AT LEAST ONE QUALIFIED RESIDENT FROM THE
           STATE OF HAWAII TO SERVE AS AN ACTIVE JUDGE ON THE UNITED STATES
           COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE NINTH CIRCUIT.
INTRODCR  Tom T (586-6490)
DESCRIPT         BE IT RESOLVED by the House of Representatives of the
           Nineteenth Legislature of the State of Hawaii, Regular Session of
           1997, the Senate concurring, that the President of the US is
           respectfully requested to appoint, and the US Senate is respectfully
           requested to confirm, a person from the State of Hawaii to serve as
           a Circuit Judge on the US Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit to
           provide a full and equal measure of judicial representation for the
           State. -- HCR231
COMM REPT  HSCR 1476 (JUD)  SSCR 1735 (JDC)
STATUS    Apr=21 97  Adopted
HISTORY   Mar-14 97  Introduction - House
          Mar-17 97  Single Referral to JUD
          Mar-31 97  Reported from JUD (HSCR 1476)
          Mar-31 97  Adoption by the House
          Apr=02 97  Introduction - Senate





MEASURE   HCR238 HD1   (HSCR 1395)
TITLE     REQUESTING A FEASIBILITY STUDY OF THE INSTALLATION OF APPROPRIATE
           NAVIGATIONAL AIDS OR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A POLICY TO BAN FLIGHTS IN
           HALAWA VALLEY, MOLOKAI.
INTRODCR  White M (586-6790)
DESCRIPT         BE IT RESOLVED by the House of Representatives of the
           Nineteenth Legislature of the State of Hawaii, Regular Session of
           1997, the Senate concurring, that the Federal Aviation
           Administration is requested to study the feasibility of the
           installation of appropriate navigational aids to assist pilots, or
           the establishment of a policy to ban flights in Halawa Valley; and
           Administration is requested to report findings and recommendations
           to the Legislature twenty days before the convening of the Regular
           Session of 1998; and
           congressional delegation are respectfully urged to exercise their
           best efforts and to do all things necessary to help facilitate this
           important safety effort by the Federal Aviation Administration.
           -- HCR238 HD1
COMM REPT  HSCR 1395 (TRN)  SSCR 1643 (TIA)
STATUS    Apr=10 97  Adopted
HISTORY   Mar-14 97  Introduction - House
          Mar-17 97  Single Referral to TRN
          Mar-25 97  Reported from TRN (HSCR 1395) (HD1)
          Mar-25 97  Adoption by the House, as amended (HD1)
          Mar=31 97  Introduction - Senate





MEASURE   HCR239 HD1   (HSCR 1580)
TITLE     REQUESTING RECOGNITION AND DESIGNATION OF SURFING AND OUTRIGGER CANOE
           RACING AS OLYMPIC SPORTS.
INTRODCR  Oshiro M (586-8505)
DESCRIPT           BE IT RESOLVED by the House of Representatives of the
           Nineteenth Legislature of the State of Hawaii, Regular Session of
           1997, the Senate concurring, that this body requests the
           International Olympic Committee to recognize and to initiate the
           process of designating surfing and outrigger canoe racing as Olympic
           sports. -- HCR239 HD1
COMM REPT  HSCR 1580 (OMR)  SSCR 1745 (ECD)
STATUS    Apr=21 97  Adopted
HISTORY   Mar-14 97  Introduction - House
          Mar-17 97  Multiple Referral to HAW then OMR
          Mar-19 97  Single Re Referral to OMR
          Apr-01 97  Reported from OMR (HSCR 1580) (HD1)
          Apr-01 97  Adoption by the House, as amended (HD1)





MEASURE   HCR245
TITLE     REQUESTING THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION TO NAME THE
           "HALEIWA BYPASS" IN HONOR OF THE LATE REPRESENTATIVE JOSEPH P.
           LEONG.
INTRODCR  Santiago A (586-6380)
DESCRIPT         BE IT RESOLVED by the House of Representatives of the
           Nineteenth Legislature of the State of Hawaii, Regular Session of
           1997, the Senate concurring, that the state Department of
           Transportation is requested to name the Haleiwa bypass after the
           late Representative Joseph P. Leong. -- HCR245
COMM REPT  HSCR 1393 (TRN)  SSCR 1644 (TIA)
STATUS    Apr=10 97  Adopted
HISTORY   Mar-14 97  Introduction - House
          Mar-17 97  Single Referral to TRN
          Mar-25 97  Reported from TRN (HSCR 1393)
          Mar-25 97  Adoption by the House
          Mar=31 97  Introduction - Senate





MEASURE   HCR250 HD1   (HSCR 1550)
TITLE     REQUESTING THE AUDITOR TO EVALUATE THE BIG ISLAND PILOT PROJECT ON
           MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES.
INTRODCR  Stegmaier D (586-6420)
DESCRIPT        BE IT RESOLVED by the House of Representatives of the
           Nineteenth Legislature of the State of Hawaii, Regular Session of
           1997, the Senate concurring, that the Auditor is requested to
           evaluate and assess whether the Big Island demonstration project is
           meeting the demands of the Felix v. Waihee consent decree, and is
           doing so in a cost effective and well managed way, thereby
           establishing a system of care that provides prompt access to a
           continuum of programs, placements, and services to class members;
           and
           incorporate:
                     would either hinder or facilitate movement toward a
                     seamless system of care for this demonstration project,
                     and ultimately statewide; and
          the findings and recommendations to the Legislature no later than
          -- HCR250 HD1
COMM REPT  HSCR 1550 (EDN)  HSCR 1778 (FIN)  SSCR 1836 (HEV)
STATUS    Apr=25 97  Adopted
HISTORY   Mar-14 97  Introduction - House
          Mar-17 97  Multiple Referral to EDN then HLT then FIN
          Mar-25 97  Multiple Re Referral to EDN then FIN
          Mar-31 97  Reported from EDN (HSCR 1550) (HD1)
          Mar-31 97  Referred to FIN





MEASURE   HCR251 HD1   (HSCR 1522)
TITLE     REQUESTING AN OUTRIGGER CANOE PADDLING PILOT PROJECT FOR HAWAII'S
           SECONDARY SCHOOLS.
INTRODCR  Stegmaier D (586-6420)
DESCRIPT         BE IT RESOLVED by the House of Representatives of the
           Nineteenth Legislature of the State of Hawaii, Regular Session of
           1997, the Senate concurring, that the Department of Education is
           requested to establish a pilot project involving joint partnerships
           with private Hawaiian canoeing associations to organize
           interscholastic Hawaiian canoeing teams in the public secondary
           schools in the State; and
           submit a progress report to the Legislature no later than twenty
           days prior to the convening of the Regular Session of 1998.
           -- HCR251 HD1
COMM REPT  HSCR 1522 (EDN)  HSCR 1776 (FIN)  SSCR 1753 (EDU) - filed
STATUS    Apr=29 97  Adopted
HISTORY   Mar-14 97  Introduction - House
          Mar-17 97  Multiple Referral to HAW then EDN then FIN
          Mar-21 97  Multiple Re Referral to EDN then FIN
          Mar-31 97  Reported from EDN (HSCR 1522) (HD1)
          Mar-31 97  Referred to FIN





MEASURE   HCR252 HD1 SD1   (SSCR 1769)
TITLE     SUPPORTING THE RECRUITMENT OF THE "AMERICA'S SMITHSONIAN" EXHIBITION
           TO HAWAII.
INTRODCR  Cachola R (586-6110)
DESCRIPT         BE IT RESOLVED by the House of Representatives of the
           Nineteenth Legislature of the State of Hawaii, Regular Session of
           1997, the Senate concurring, that the Legislature welcomes the
           prospect of the " America's Smithsonian " exhibition scheduling
           Honolulu as a host city, offers its support for such a move to the
           extent that it can, and invites other public agencies in Hawaii to
           do the same; and
           in Washington, D.C., is urged to support the scheduling of Hawaii
           and Honolulu as a host site for the continuing " America's
           Smithsonian " tour by exploring the feasibility and taking any other
           steps necessary to ensure the scheduling of Hawaii and Honolulu.
           -- HCR252 SD1
COMM REPT  HSCR 1404 (TSM)  HSCR 1799 (FIN)  SSCR 1769 (ECD)
STATUS    Apr-29 97  Adopted
HISTORY   Mar-14 97  Introduction - House
          Mar-17 97  Multiple Referral to CAR then TSM then FIN
          Mar-18 97  Multiple Re Referral to TSM then FIN
          Mar-27 97  Reported from TSM (HSCR 1404) (HD1)
          Mar-27 97  Referred to FIN





MEASURE   HCR257 HD2   (HSCR 1534)
TITLE     REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES TO WORK WITH
           OTHER AGENCIES AND BIG ISLAND COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS TO DETERMINE
           HOW THE COMMERCIAL FOREST INDUSTRY AND THE HILO-HAMAKUA COMMUNITY
           CAN WORK TOGETHER TO HELP DETERMINE FUTURE OPTIONS FOR THE
           COMMUNITY.
INTRODCR  Takamine D (586-6440)
DESCRIPT        BE IT RESOLVED by the House of Representatives of the
           Nineteenth Legislature of the State of Hawaii, Regular Session of
           1997, the Senate concurring, that the Department of Land and Natural
           Resources is requested to work with governmental agencies and
           community organizations to determine how the commercial forest
           industry and the Hilo Hamakua community can work together to help
           determine future options for the community; and
           of Health; the Department of Agriculture; the Hawaii Forest Industry
           Association; Hamakua Timber; the Rural South Hilo Community
           Association; the North Hilo Community Council; the Hamakua District
           Development Council; Kamehameha Schools Bishop Estate; New Oji Paper
           Co. Ltd.; 1 representative from the Friends of Hamakua; and the
           state representative, state senator, and county council member who
           represent the Hilo Hamakua region; and
           Land and Natural Resources is requested to establish a mechanism for
           the selection of a neutral facilitator to guide the discussions of
           the group; and
           have a dialogue on how all parties can best work together; and
                     industry in the Hilo Hamakua region from the initial
                     stages of land clearance and tree planting to the harvest
                     of timber;
                     have on the community in terms of job opportunities, job
                     on the development of this industry; and
          Initiative work with the other partners to assure that forestry
          solutions in the Hilo Hamakua community are socially, culturally, and
          economically workable; and
          community organization, is free to participate in any existing
          regulatory or decision making process as determined by its members;
          and
          Resources is requested to submit a report summarizing the findings of
          convening of the Regular Session of 1998. -- HCR257 HD2
COMM REPT  HSCR 1354 (AGR)  HSCR 1534 (WLU)  HSCR 1749 (FIN)  SSCR 1746 (ECD)
STATUS    Apr=21 97  Adopted
HISTORY   Mar-14 97  Introduction - House
          Mar-17 97  Multiple Referral to AGR then WLU then FIN
          Mar-24 97  Reported from AGR (HSCR 1354) (HD1)
          Mar-24 97  Referred to WLU
          Mar-31 97  Reported from WLU (HSCR 1534) (HD2)





MEASURE   HCR258
TITLE     ENDORSING THE DESIGNATION OF THE WAILOA STATE PARK AS THE PERMANENT
           SITE OF THE ANNUAL HAARI BOAT RACE.
INTRODCR  Takamine D (586-6440)
DESCRIPT        BE IT RESOLVED by the House of Representatives of the
           Nineteenth Legislature of the State of Hawaii, Regular Session of
           1997, the Senate concurring, that the Legislature endorses the
           efforts of Hui Okinawa and the Japanese Chamber of Commerce's
           International Festival to seek assurances from the Department of
           Land and Natural Resources to make the Wailoa State Park the
           permanent site for the annual Haari Boat Races. -- HCR258
COMM REPT  HSCR 1356 (CAR)  HSCR 1572 (WLU/ OMR/)  SSCR 1767 (WLH)
STATUS    Apr=21 97  Adopted
HISTORY   Mar-14 97  Introduction - House
          Mar-17 97  Multiple Referral to CAR then WLU/ OMR/
          Mar-24 97  Reported from CAR (HSCR 1356)
          Mar-24 97  Referred to WLU/ OMR/
          Apr-01 97  Reported from WLU/ OMR/ (HSCR 1572)





MEASURE   HCR259 HD1   (HSCR 1826)
TITLE     REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES TO WORK WITH
           HUNTING ORGANIZATIONS TO DISCUSS THE FEASIBILITY OF ESTABLISHING A
           HUNTING AREA RESERVES COUNCIL.
INTRODCR  Takamine D (586-6440)
DESCRIPT        BE IT RESOLVED by the House of Representatives of the
           Nineteenth Legislature of the State of Hawaii, Regular Session of
           1997, the Senate concurring, that the Department of Land and Natural
           Resources is requested to work with hunting organizations throughout
           the State as well as other users of forest lands to discuss the
           feasibility of establishing a Hunting Area Reserves Council; and
                     geographic representation; and
          Resources submit a report of its findings and recommendations to the
          Legislature no later than twenty days prior to the convening of the
          Regular Session of 1998. -- HCR259 HD1
COMM REPT  HSCR 1500 (WLU)  HSCR 1826 (FIN)  SSCR 1768 (WLH)
STATUS    Apr=21 97  Adopted
HISTORY   Mar-14 97  Introduction - House
          Mar-17 97  Multiple Referral to WLU then FIN
          Mar-31 97  Reported from WLU (HSCR 1500)
          Mar-31 97  Referred to FIN
          Apr-10 97  Reported from FIN (HSCR 1826) (HD1)





MEASURE   HCR281
TITLE     REQUESTING THE PREPARATION OF A LONG-RANGE FINANCIAL AND OPERATIONAL
           PLAN TO ENSURE THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE IMMERSION
           PROGRAM.
INTRODCR  Kawakami B (586-6280)
DESCRIPT        BE IT RESOLVED by the House of Representatives of the
           Nineteenth Legislature of the State of Hawaii, Regular Session of
           1997, the Senate concurring, that the Department of Education (DOE),
           in conjunction with Aha Kauleo Kaiapuni Hawaii (the Hawaiian
           Language Immersion Advisory Council), develop a long range financial
           and operational plan to ensure the development of the Program; and
           Hawaii immediately focus on the implementation of the following
           recommendations found in the Plan:
                     of the Program to include a timeline of specific
                     activities and a projection of resource requirements;
                     Hawaiian Affairs, the Board of Education, the University
                     of Hawaii, Aha Punana Leo, and other interested Hawaiian
                     organizations, businesses, and individuals to support the
                     Program; and
                     growth, and maintenance, especially seeking alternative
                     sources of funding from the private sector from sources
                     such as matching funds, sustained grants from the Office
                     of Hawaiian Affairs, and the federal government; and
          development of the Program, the long range financial and operational
          plan also include a study that:
                     Punana Leo and Hawaiian language immersion schools, the
                     current number of students that are on waiting lists for
                     these schools, and the general region of the island from
                     which they would travel to school;
                     waiting lists;
                     Hawaiian language immersion schools if sufficient funding
                     were available; and
                     language immersion schools may be situated if projected
                     enrollment exceeds available classroom facilities; and
          Kauleo Kaiapuni Hawaii submit the long range financial and
          operational plan to the Legislature no later than twenty days prior
          to the convening of the Regular Session of 1998. -- HCR281
COMM REPT  HSCR 1346 (HAW)  HSCR 1554 (EDN)  HSCR 1779 (FIN)  SSCR 1757 (EDU) -
COMM REPT filed
STATUS    Apr=21 97  Adopted
HISTORY   Mar-14 97  Introduction - House
          Mar-17 97  Multiple Referral to HAW then EDN then FIN
          Mar-24 97  Reported from HAW (HSCR 1346)
          Mar-24 97  Referred to EDN
          Mar-31 97  Reported from EDN (HSCR 1554)





MEASURE   HCR286 HD1   (HSCR 1371)
TITLE     REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION TO GIVE PRIORITY TO THE
           MAUKA HIGHWAY AS AN ALTERNATIVE HIGHWAY TO FARRINGTON HIGHWAY ON THE
           LEEWARD COAST.
INTRODCR  Jones M (586-8460)
DESCRIPT        BE IT RESOLVED by the House of Representatives of the
           Nineteenth Legislature of the State of Hawaii, Regular Session of
           1997, the Senate concurring, that the Department of Transportation
           give priority to the development of a mauka highway as an
           alternative to Farrington highway on the Leeward Coast; and
           work with the Oahu Metropolitan Planning Organization (OMPO) to
           include this mauka highway project on the Oahu Transportation
           Improvement Program list to be eligible for federal construction
           funds. -- HCR286 HD1
COMM REPT  HSCR 1371 (TRN)  HSCR 1762 (FIN)  SSCR 1734 (TIA) - filed
STATUS    Apr=29 97  Adopted
HISTORY   Mar-14 97  Introduction - House
          Mar-17 97  Multiple Referral to TRN then FIN
          Mar-25 97  Reported from TRN (HSCR 1371) (HD1)
          Mar-25 97  Referred to FIN
          Apr-10 97  Reported from FIN (HSCR 1762)


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