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Daniel Orodenker

The Land Use Commission's new executive director is eager to apply fresh thinking to Hawaii's vexing land-use issues

By Vicki Viotti

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Aug 17, 2012

~~<p>Daniel Orodenker has been executive director of the state Land Use Commission for only a month or so, but the issues of land use are not new to him. For starters, he was born in Rhode Island, which as the smallest state in the union probably values land nearly as much as Hawaii does.</p>
<p>Of course, the 52-year-old attorney's earlier jobs have left their mark, too. Orodenker has worked in urban planning but has held posts with the Hawaii Natural Heritage Program (part of the Nature Conservancy of Hawaii) and the Lanikai Association.</p>
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Daniel Orodenker has been executive director of the state Land Use Commission for only a month or so, but the issues of land use are not new to him. For starters, he was born in Rhode Island, which as the smallest state in the union probably values land nearly as much as Hawaii does.

Of course, the 52-year-old attorney's earlier jobs have left their mark, too. Orodenker has worked in urban planning but has held posts with the Hawaii Natural Heritage Program (part of the Nature Conservancy of Hawaii) and the Lanikai Association. Login for more...



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