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OHA Board Actions Compiled by Garett Kamemoto
The following actions were taken by the Office of Hawaiian Affairs Board of Trustees, and are summarized here. For more information on board actions, please see the complete meeting minutes posted online at http://www.oha.org/BOT. May 26, 2016
‘Ae (Yes) ‘A‘ole (No) Ka ¯nalua (Abstain) Excused
Motion to approve second reading of a policy on trespassing and illegal camping on OHA property as an amendment to Series 3090 Land Acquisition and Management of the OHA Board of Trustees Executive Policy Manual.
Motion passes with seven AYES and two EXCUSED.
Motion to approve an OHA Board of Trustees position in conditional support of the proposed boundary expansion of Papaha ¯naumokua ¯kea Marine National Monument (PMNM) provided that: 1. OHA is elevated to a Co-Trustee position; 2. The cultural significance of the expansion area to Native Hawaiians is recognized; and 3. There is no boundary expansion southeast towards the islands of Ni‘ihau and Kaua‘i.
Motion passes with five AYES, one no vote, one ABSTENTION, and two EXCUSED.
Board of Trustees
Expanding the possiblities. INTRODUCING
Office of Hawaiian Affairs’
Business Loan Program
Live streams are available for meetings of all standing committees of the Ofﬁce of Hawaiian Affairs Board of Trustees. Hua Kanu is OHA’s limited-time only business loan that provides highly qualified businesses a minimum $200,000* term loan or line of credit to help them expand their small-business.
Live streaming will continue to be available for O‘ahu meetings of the Board of Trustees. To watch from your mobile/tablet devices, download the Ustream app from GooglePlay or App Store . TM
For more details, please visit
www.oha.org/huakanu Or contact Robert Crowell at (808) 594-1924. *The interest rate on this business loan is 4.00% APR.
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