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Public land policy in Hawaii

Robert H. Horwitz

Public land policy in Hawaii

major landowners

by Robert H. Horwitz

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Published by University of Hawaii, Legislative Reference Bureau in Honolulu .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Hawaii.
    • Subjects:
    • Land use -- Hawaii.,
    • Public lands -- Hawaii.

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[by] Robert H. Horwitz [and] Judith B. Finn, assisted by Marie Gillespie [and] Karen T. Uemoto.
      SeriesLegislative Reference Bureau. Report, no. 3, 1967, Report (University of Hawaii (Honolulu). Legislative Reference Bureau), 1967, no. 3.
      ContributionsFinn, Judith B., joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsJQ6103 .H3 1967 no. 3
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv, 131 p.
      Number of Pages131
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5564299M
      LC Control Number67065731

      10 See Michael Moynagh, Land Tenure in Fiji's Sugar Cane Districts since the s, 13 J. PAC. HIST. 54 (). 11 Farley Grubb, David Northrup’s Indentured Labor in the Age of Imperialism, 56 J. ECON. HIST. () (book review). 12 Moynagh, supra n at 13 Matthew Dodd, Reform of Leasing Regimes for Customary Land in FijiFile Size: KB. wildlife on all public lands or other lands except as authorized by the board of land and natural resources or its authorized representative. (b) These rules shall apply to all persons entering public lands as defined by section —2, Hawaii Revised Statutes, and any other lands as File Size: KB.

      This section and article XI, §1 of the Hawaii constitution adopt the public trust doctrine as a fundamental principle of constitutional law in Hawaii. 94 H. 97, 9 P.3d 94 H. 97, 9 P.3d Under this section, article XI, §1 of the Hawaii constitution and the sovereign reservation, the public trust doctrine applies to all water resources. of Damages to Public Land or Natural Resources, Section Penalty Calculation; Where Staff was unable to associate the unauthorized use with a typical land use identified in Hawaii Administrative Rules (HAR) § , Staff may try to associate the action with the most similarFile Size: 6MB.

      For any Policy & Procedures that has multiple attachments you can click on the Section title to review and select the attachment you need. 1. ADMINISTRATION OF POLICIES (click for online preview) General Responsibilities for Administration of Personnel Programs General Definitions Acceptable Usage of Information Technology Resources [ ]. Hawaii laws enacted in defined the “public land trust” as all proceeds and income from the sale, lease or other disposition of Ceded Lands and authorized OHA to collect, administer and expend 20 percent of all funds derived from the “public land trust” for .


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Public land policy in Hawaii by Robert H. Horwitz Download PDF EPUB FB2

The PLTIS was developed to satisfy the requirements of Act 54 (SLH, ). Act 54 mandates the establishment of a comprehensive information system to inventory and maintain information about the lands of the public land trust as described in section 5 (f) of the Admission Act and article XII, section 4 of the Hawaii State Constitution.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Public land policy in Hawaii. Honolulu, Legislative Reference Bureau, University of Hawaii, (OCoLC) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Horwitz, Robert H.

Public land policy in Hawaii. Honolulu, Legislative Reference Bureau, University of Hawaii []. Historical background. The Māhele began the conversion of Hawaiʻi's communal land tenure system to a western fee simple system for the purpose of protecting Hawaiian land in the face of encroaching foreign interests.

On Janua small group of businessmen, backed by the U.S. military and diplomatic personnel, illegally overthrew the Hawaiian Kingdom. Much of the public policy that affects citizens economically, legally and socially, is made at the state level. Below you will find links and introductions to all the Hawaii public policy articles on Ballotpedia.

To see the policy overview of another state click on the map below. For a list of all public policy articles on Ballotpedia see here. Kaulukukui spearheads OHA’s efforts to ensure complete and accurate reporting of public land trust revenues.

Prior to OHA, she was an associate attorney at Earthjustice’s Mid-Pacific Office, where Ms. Kaulukukui litigated in state and federal court under environmental laws such as the National Environmental Policy Act, Endangered Species.

About the Book; Describe a pervasive way of conducting private and public affairs in which state and local office holders throughout Hawaii took their personal financial interests into account in their actions as public.

Reviews and Endorsements; The closest thing. Hawaii Land Use Law and Policy Exploring the Intersection of Land Use Law, Policy, and Practice in Hawaii. Sunday, May 3, BUT, a public scoping meeting is required as well as incorporation of public feedback from the scoping meeting into the draft EIS.

The book opens in the s when the Hawaiian Islands were under the influence of American missionaries. [She] describes the transition in public land policy and environmental management from the goals of the Hawaiian monarchy (agriculture for international recognition as an equal independent nation) to the motivations of a U.S.

territory. Register User Account. The Public Land Trust Information System is available to the public. In order to register, you will be required to enter a valid email address. If you are a State, County, or Legislative employee, please use your work email address.

Federal land policy involves the ownership and management of land owned by the federal government. As ofthe federal government owned between million to million acres, or 28 percent, of the billion acres of land in the United States. A: HRS § Criteria for public rights-of-way.

A distance at reasonable intervals taking into consideration the topography and physical characteristics of the land the public is desirous of reaching is established as the maximum between public rights-of-way for.

Chapter 1: Introduction to the Hawaii Environmental Policy Act (HEPA) and ChapterHRS Goals of this Chapter The reader will become familiar with the following: A. Language, basic concepts, and terms used in the Hawaii Environmental Policy ActFile Size: 1MB.

THE PUBLIC LAND TRUST I. Introduction: The State’s Duty ʻĀina or land is at the very core of Kānaka Maoli or Native Hawaiian culture. Indeed, Native Hawaiians trace their ancestry to the ‘Āina, to the natural forces of the world, and to kalo, the staple food of the Hawaiian people.

All are related in a deep and profound way that isFile Size: KB. Background Hawaiian Memorial Life Plan, Ltd. (“Petitioner”) is requesting to amend the boundaries of the State Land Use Conservation District into the State Urban District for approximately acres of land at Kāne’ohe, Island of O’ahu, State of Hawai’i covering Tax Map Key No.

(1) por. The proposed reclassification is to allow the expansion [ ]. Researchers will find that working in an archives differs from working in a library. Records are arranged mostly by the agency, organization or individual that created them, rather than by subject.

Descriptive inventories in the form of finding aids for government records and manuscript collections can help you navigate these records. Indexes and catalogs for [ ]. Public land trust conveyed for the development of housing projects.

(a) This section applies to the revenue derived from land of the public land trust as designated in subsection (e) that is conveyed by the department of land and natural resources to the Hawaii housing finance and development corporation for the development of housing projects as defined under section H   Hawaii Land Use Law and Policy Exploring the Intersection of Land Use Law, Policy, and Practice in Hawaii.

Tuesday, Septem Act 55 (), Hawaii's Public Land Development Corporation (PLDC) Source: The PLDC must "prepare the Hawaii public land optimization plan, which shall define and establish goals, objectives, policies, and. Innovation in conservation award given to The Trust for Public Land and other partners for voluntary land conservation efforts in Hawai'i.

10 Who Made A Difference Hawaii Star BulletinTitle: Hawaiian Islands State Director at. Final Report of the Public Land Trust, Legislative Auditor Dec. ; see also Haw. Att’y Gen, Op., WL (July 8, ). That use of the income from the ceded lands complied with the Hawaii Admission Act because the support of the public schools is one of the five permitted purposes.

University of Hawaii Press, - Political Science - pages 1 Review Describe a pervasive way of conducting private and public affairs in which state and local office holders throughout Hawaii took their personal financial interests into account in their actions as s: 1.OIP Master UIPA Record Request Semiannual Log For FY (record requests received July 1,through Decem ).Proposed projects may be located on any state-owned public land, including ceded lands, according to Haraguchi.

In Hawaii, there are million acres of ceded lands that belonged to the Hawaiian monarchy under Kamehameha’s rule. When Hawaii became a state inthat land was transferred to the state.