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Red Hill board accuses Navy of backing off transparency vow

  • KEVIN KNODELL / KKNODELL@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Members of the Red Hill Community Representation Initiative sat in front of empty chairs in January that were set up for federal officials during their monthly meeting at the Office of Hawaiian Affairs. They were told in advance that no federal representatives would attend the planned meeting.

    KEVIN KNODELL / KKNODELL@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Members of the Red Hill Community Representation Initiative sat in front of empty chairs in January that were set up for federal officials during their monthly meeting at the Office of Hawaiian Affairs. They were told in advance that no federal representatives would attend the planned meeting.

As the military tries to highlight progress on efforts to close the Navy’s underground Red Hill fuel facility, members of the Red Hill Community Representation Initiative are accusing the federal government of walking back on its commitments to transparency ahead of a public meeting scheduled for Thursday. Read more

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