DLNR HOLDS PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING ON PROPOSED “RECREATIONAL RENAISSANCE” PLAN
The Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR) is inviting the public to attend a series of statewide public information meetings this month to present its new “Recreational Renaissance” plan, especially projects planned for specific island or local areas and to seek community input on the various proposals.
When – Wednesday, March 4 from 2 to 4 p.m.
Where -Mitchell Pau‘ole Community Center conference room.
The proposed “Recreational Renaissance” plan focuses on restoring and preserving Hawai‘i’s state parks, various popular trails and ocean recreation facilities, and represents a new and innovative approach to developing and maintaining outdoor recreational properties in the State.
“We are encouraging state park users and boaters, hunters and fishers, campers and hikers and anyone who wants to see improvements to these important recreational areas, to come and listen to our plan and give their input. Timely public support is critical to being able to make these needed changes that will benefit our communities statewide,” said Laura H. Thielen, DLNR Chairperson.
Additional information on the Recreational Renaissance plan, including specific project plans, fact sheets, photographs and other materials, can be found on the DLNR Web site at www.hawaii.gov/dlnr/recreate.
The public is invited to email their comments on the Recreational Renaissance plan to RecreationalRenaissance@yahoo.com.