Hawaiian Homes Commission 2023 Meeting
HHC News Release
The Hawaiian Homes Commission (HHC), the nine-person executive board that governs the Department of Hawaiian Homes Lands (DHHL), has approved and announced its 2023 meeting calendar.
The meetings will be held in communities statewide in compliance with Act 220, passed by the 2021 legislature and signed into law by Gov. David Ige on July 6, 2021. Act 220 provides state agencies the flexibility to utilize interactive conference technology for the public to view meetings online as well as provide remote oral testimony so board members and other participants can hear the testimony whether through the internet, a telephone, or other means.
The Molokai meetings will be held in April. The Community Meeting will be on April 17, and the HHC meeting will be held on April 18 in Kalama’ula, Molokai. All meetings begin at 9:30 a.m.
HHC meetings are held as hybrid events where the public may attend in-person or online. A livestream broadcast of HHC meetings is viewable via the DHHL website, dhhl.hawaii.gov/live. Past meetings are also accessible through archived links at the bottom of the same page.
The Commission meetings are generally held on the third Monday and Tuesday of each month, except for January and February when the meetings are scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday due to a Monday holiday. The in-person meeting locations will be published on the DHHL website throughout 2023.
HHC meeting agenda, packets with submittal information, and other relevant HHC meeting information can be found on the DHHL website, dhhl.hawaii.gov/hhc.