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President's Message (Arlene Ellis)
Team to Examine Alternatives to Rail (Astrid Monson)
Honolulu League Will Participate in National Recycling Survey
League Members Learn About Integrated TSM/Transit Systems (Astrid Monson)
Teamsters Vote Count to Get Underway in September
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Waikiki Walk Two (Dorothy Turnbull)
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Honolulu League Members Seek Political Office
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Announcing: People's Water Conference #7

Announcing: People's Water Conference #7

Integrating Water and Land Use Planning in Hawaii

Hawaii State Capitol Auditorium
January 12, 1991
8:30 AM-3:00 PM

Purposes: (1) To set climate and prepare for the 1992 Review of the State Water Code; (2) To report on each island's water use plan; (3) To discuss implementing water use plans into land use decision making.

Program: (1) Each island will be invited to report on its water plan which Water Code requires to be adopted by ordinance. (2) State and county water and land use officials will be invited to discuss land use decisions and respond to county plans. (3) The keynote speaker will comment and wrap up.

Keynote Speaker: Gregory Thomas, Chief Executive for the Natural Heritage Institute, a California-based environmental management consulting firm. Thomas has taught law at the University of California, other U.S. universities, and as a Fulbright Scholar in The People's Republic of China. He has worked with the Natural Resources Defense Council and The Sierra Club Legal Defense Fund, and other environmental and government agencies. He is author of many publications on resource law, management and protection.

People's Water Conferences are FREE and OPEN to any interested persons or groups.

If you wish to comment or participate, please contact:

Martha Black, Chair 229 Poipu Drive Honolulu, Hawaii 96825 Phone: 395-2127

People's Water Conferences. Inc., is a non-profit, educational corporation formed to provide a platform for public dialogue on important water issues among diverse interests in the community. This is in line with Section 1, Chapter XI, Hawaii State Constitution which mandates the Conservation and Development of Resources for the benefit of Hawaii's present and future generations.

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