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OHA has made a firm commitment to develop its land responsibly

By Davianna McGregor

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Apr 20, 2014

~~<p><span style="font-size: 12px;">In 2012, the state transferred 30 acres of prime real estate in Kakaako to the Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA), in a long-awaited settlement of the state's outstanding debt to Native Hawaiians.</span></p>
<p>At the time of the transfer, it appeared that the Legislature understood that OHA would conduct its own assessment of the value of the lands and, if necessary, OHA would return to the Legislature in order to realize the full benefit of the settlement for Hawaii's native people.</p>
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In 2012, the state transferred 30 acres of prime real estate in Kakaako to the Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA), in a long-awaited settlement of the state's outstanding debt to Native Hawaiians.

At the time of the transfer, it appeared that the Legislature understood that OHA would conduct its own assessment of the value of the lands and, if necessary, OHA would return to the Legislature in order to realize the full benefit of the settlement for Hawaii's native people. Login for more...



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