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Preservation Division has interim chief

By Associated Press

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The state Department of Land and Natural Resources is naming an interim administrator for its Historic Preservation Division.

The department is also forming a committee to find a long-term replacement for the previous administrator, who resigned earlier this month. Pua Aiu stepped down after a federal report criticized the way her office responded to operational problems threatening funding.

The department said Friday that Bureau of Conveyances Registrar Nicki Ann Thompson will serve as acting administrator through Sept. 30.

A four-person committee will review and interview candidates for a long-term appointment.

Committee members are department Director William Aila, Deputy Director Esther Kia‘aina, Office of Hawaiian Affairs Chief Executive Officer Kamanaopono Crabbe and University of Hawaii anthropology and ethnic studies professor Ty Kawika Tengan.






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allie wrote:
Pua was a zero. Skip the affirmative action appointments and get someone who can serve us all well in this office!
on July 21,2013 | 12:00PM
eleu808 wrote:
Anyone who votes to dynamite and bulldoze Mauna Kea Conservation land or says construction of historic conservation land should be eliminated.
on July 22,2013 | 04:23AM
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