Subject: Hawaiian Affairs Caucus General Membership Meeting – Questions for DHHLDate: October 23, 2019 at 5:07:06 PM HST
I know this is very late, but here are the slides.I only got them completed nowCedric R. DuarteInformation & Community Relations OfficerDepartment of Hawaiian Home Lands91-5420 Kapolei ParkwayKapolei, HawaiI 96707Phone: 808-620-9591Mobile: 808-342-0873Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Aloha, HAC Platform CommitteeAs you are aware, we will be drafting our platform on housing this Saturday, at the DPH headquarters, at 3:00 p.m. Also, Mr. William Aila is our guest speaker on DHHL at our general membership meeting on October 23. In preparation for both, I have prepared the attached document that I plan to send to Mr. Aila with questions in it. This might be helpful to our discussions on Saturday. Let me know if there’s anything else we should like him to cover or question to answer. I plan to send to him on Monday in the hopes that his presentation will cover most of the areas of interest.Please note that the Platform being developed will be circulated to the membership and voted upon at our Oct 23 meeting. I have included as addresses on this email other HAC members who have expressed interest in this topic and who may wish to contribute to the discussion on the platform language on housing this Saturday.LeimomiOn Oct 11, 2019, at 3:41 AM, Marilyn Leimomi Khan <email@example.com> wrote:Another good meeting this past Wednesday conducted by Makana. Just a few more sections to update, thus, we set this Saturday, at 3:00 p.m., at the DPH headquarters for another meeting. All are invited. For an update, go to https://tinyurl.com/yym2yp99. We will be reviewing the sections on health, education, housing, and Citizen Rehabilitation and Reintegration.