§183-12 Notice of hearing. Before setting apart any government lands under this chapter or before revoking, modifying, or suspending any orders and proclamations or any part thereof which set apart the lands as forest reserves, the governor shall give not less than fourteen days' public notice statewide of the governor's intention to consider either the setting apart of government land for forest reserves under this chapter, or the revoking, modifying, or suspending of any orders and proclamations or any part thereof which set apart the lands. The notice or notices shall contain the name or names of the island or islands and of the district or districts in which the land or lands are located and shall further appoint a time or times, place or places for hearing evidence and arguments either for or against the setting apart of the proposed forest reserves or the revoking, modifying, and suspending of any forest reserve made under this chapter. [L 1903, c 44, §8; am L 1905, c 65, §2; RL 1925, §590; RL 1935, §179; RL 1945, §1014; RL 1955, §19-2; HRS §183-12; gen ch 1985; am L 1988, c 337, §6; am L 1998, c 2, §46]
Rulemaking procedure, see chapter 91.