This page will feature content to supplement the understanding of lessees on their rights and privileges as a small n, native of Hawaii, and the role this designation entitles them to in our present system of governance in accordance with our State Constitution and the Hawaiian Homes Commissions Act. This page will also seek to emphasize the added benefit a strong homestead association has when dealing with DHHL and Hawaii State Government. Our association leadership will highlight different partners at times in order to present topics that we feel are educational and practical for our lessees to know.
Bridget Kaumeheiwa Velasco
Public Health Planner
Maui District Health Office
State of Hawaii Department of Health
210 Imi Kala Street # 204
Wailuku, Hawaii 96793
Work Cell: (808)357-7239
Waiehu Kou 3 leadership commends the HCDC team for leading the conversation and spearheading education of our beneficiaries.
Before anyone becomes critical of not highlighting a Maui loi I have a narrative on why this video magnifies emotions in me. This brought back vivid images for me that were long dormant. My first stay in Waipio Valley was 1987, December, I stayed at Tom Araki's bed and breakfast. This was the start of the building of many relationships with others down in the valley and I was drawn there time and time again.
(Kapolei, Oʻahu) – The Department of Hawaiian Home Lands (DHHL) has prepared legislative proposals to be recommended for inclusion in Governor David Ige’s next legislative package following a solicitation for public input.
Waiehu Kou 3
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Bernie Delos Santos Property Agent (808) 243-8600
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