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OHA putting its mission at risk


POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Sep 13, 2013

~~<p>The Office of Hawaiian Affairs has grown to become Hawaii's 13th-largest landowner &mdash; but alarmingly, a new state audit reveals that it is woefully lacking in land-management policy or expertise to optimize its valuable assets.</p>
<p>OHA's top executives, with their board of trustees, must implement a clear, strategic path forward to avoid squandering a multimillion-dollar trust that holds so much potential to benefit Hawaii's native people.</p>
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The Office of Hawaiian Affairs has grown to become Hawaii's 13th-largest landowner — but alarmingly, a new state audit reveals that it is woefully lacking in land-management policy or expertise to optimize its valuable assets.

OHA's top executives, with their board of trustees, must implement a clear, strategic path forward to avoid squandering a multimillion-dollar trust that holds so much potential to benefit Hawaii's native people. Login for more...



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