THE LEGISLATURE

THE TWENTY-SEVENTH LEGISLATURE

REGULAR SESSION OF 2014

 

COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS

Senator David Y. Ige, Chair

Senator Michelle N. Kidani, Vice Chair

 

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE

Rep. Sylvia Luke, Chair

Rep. Scott Y. Nishimoto, Vice Chair

Rep. Aaron Johanson, Vice Chair

 

NOTICE OF INFORMATIONAL BRIEFING

 

 

DATE:

Friday, March 07, 2014

TIME:

9:00 a.m.

PLACE:

Auditorium

State Capitol

415 South Beretania Street

 

A G E N D A

 

The Senate Committee on Ways and Means and the House Committee on Finance will conduct a joint informational briefing on Chapter 42F, HRS grant applications.

 

Applicants are not required to attend the joint briefing. All applications will be considered regardless of whether applicants attend the briefing.  Due to the volume of applications received, and to maximize efficiency, the following rules will be applied during the informational briefing:

 

1.   Only one (1) representative per applicant will be called, regardless of the number of applications submitted by any applicant, to provide information and answer questions;

2.   Each representative will be allowed no more than three (3) minutes to provide information; and

3.    Neighbor Island applicants will be heard in alphabetical order first, followed by Oahu applicants in alphabetical order.

 

Please be advised that, if necessary, the Joint Committee will recess in order for the members to attend their respective floor sessions.

 

The following grant-in-aid applicants are listed in alphabetical order and divided by Neighbor Island based applicants and Oahu based applicants.  http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/GIA/2014GIA.aspx

 

Neighbor Island Applicants

 

Aha Hui E Kala

Alaka'ina Foundation

Anekona Ouli Kanehoa VFD Company

Best Buddies Hawaii, LLC

Child and Family Service

COVO Foundation

Five Mountains Hawaii Inc.

Friends of Kahana

Friends of Kono Pacific Public Charter School

Greenpower Solutions LLC

Habitat for Humanity Maui

Hale Mahaolu

Hale Makua Health Services

Hale Opio Kaua'I, Inc.

Hana Health

Hanalei Watershed Hui

Hawaii County Economic Opportunity Council

Hawaii Forest Institute

Hawaii Island Humane Society

Hawaii Island Veterans Memorial (HIVM)

Hawaii Wildfire Management Organization

Hawaii Wildlife Center

Ho'oulu Lahui Inc.

Hui Malama Learning Center

Hui Pono Holoholona

Innovations Public Charter School Foundation

J. Walter Cameron Center, Inc.

Ka Lima O Maui, Ltd.

Kahilu Theatre Foundation

Kailapa Community Association

Kailua Village Business Improvement District

Kalani Honua

Kanu O Ka Aina Learning Ohana

Katsu Goto Memorial Committee

Kauai Economic Development Board

Kauai Economic Opportunity, Inc.

Kauai Museum Association, Ltd.

Kauai Philippine Cultural Center

Kauai Planning & Action Alliance

Keep the Hawaiian Islands Beautiful

Kona Historical Society

La'I'opua 2020

Lanai Community Health Center

Lyman House Memorial Museum

Ma Ka Hana Ka Ike

Malama Kauai

Malama O Puna

Maui Arts and Cultural Center

Maui Economic Development Board, Inc.

Maui Economic Opportunity, Inc.

Maui Family Support Services, Inc.

Maui Family YMCA

Maui High School Booster Club

Molokai Homestead Farmers Alliance

Pa'a Pono Miloli'I Inc.

Puna Community Medical Center

Restorative Solutions Maui

South Maui Learning Ohana, Inc.

Supporting the Language of Kauai, Inc.

The Exploration Foundation

The Food Basket, Inc.

The Salvation Army, A California Corporation

Volcano Art Center

Waiohuli Hawaiian Homesteaders Association, Inc.

 

Oahu Applicants

 

Adult Friends for Youth

After-School All-Stars Hawaii

Aina Institute

Alternative Structures International (ASI)

Alu Like, Inc.

Asia Pacific Exchange and Development

Beach Environmental Awareness Campaign Hawaii

Bishop Museum

Blueprint for Change

Catholic Charities Hawaii

Center for Tomorrow's Leaders

Central Oahu Youth Services Association, Inc.

Chaminade University of Honolulu

Child and Family Service

Coalition for a Drug Free Hawaii

Domestic Violence Action Center

Ewa Beach Community Based Development Organization

Ewa Historical Society, Inc

Family Education Centers of Hawaii

Family Hui Hawaii

Family Programs Hawaii

Farrington High School Class of 1968 & Friends

Feed the Hunger Foundation

Friends of the Children's Justice Center of Oahu

Gilad Productions, Ltd

Girl Scouts of Hawaii

Goodwill Industries of Hawaii, Inc.

Gregory House Programs

Hale Kipa, Inc.

Hale O Mana Koa

Hawaii 3R's

Hawaii Appleseed Center for Law and Economic Justice

Hawaii Academy of Performing Arts

Hawaii Academy of Science

Hawaii Agricultural Foundation

Hawaii Asia Pacific Institute

Hawaii Council for the Humanities

Hawaii Family Law Clinic

Hawaii Farm Bureau Federation

Hawaii Fashion Incubator LLC

Hawaii Habitat for Humanity Association

Hawaii HomeOwnership Center

Hawaii Human Development Corporation

Hawaii Institute of Integrative Health

Hawaii Korean Chamber of Commerce

Hawaii Law Enforcement Memorial Foundation (www.hlemf.org)

Hawaii Lions Foundation

Hawai'i Maoli

Hawaii Meth Project

Hawaii Museum of Flying

Hawaii Organ Procurement Organization

Hawaii Pops Orchestra

Hawaii Public Charter School Network

Hawaii Public Health Association

Hawaii Public Health Institute, formerly Coalition for Tobacco Free Hawaii

Hawaii Public Television Foundation

Hawaii Sacred Choir

Hawaii Symphony Orchestra

Hawaiian Educational Council

Hawaiian Mission Children's Society

Hawaii-Niigata, Inc.

Hi'ipaka LLC

Holomua Na' Ohana

Honolulu Community Action Program, Inc.

Hookakoo Corporation

Ho'okupa'a

Ho'omau Ke Ola

Housing Hawaii, Inc.

Housing Solutions, Incorporated

IHS, The Institute for Human Services, Inc.

Institute for Native Pacific Education & Culture (INPEACE)

Isis Hawaii

Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii

Kaho'omiki

Kai Loa, Inc.

Kama'aina Care, Inc.

Kamalapua O Koolau

Kapahulu Center

Kokua Kalihi Valley (Comprehensive Family Services)

Ko'olauloa Community Health & Wellness Center, Inc.

Kua'aina Ulu Auamo

Kualoa-He'eia Ecumenical Youth Project

Kula No Na Po'e Hawaii

Kulia Foundation

Kupu

Legal Aid Society of Hawaii

Life Foundation

Living Life Source Foundation

Mai Wilkes

Maoli 2 Maoli

Mental Health Kokua

Mililani Presbyterian Infant Toddler Center

Moanalua Gardens Foundation

Moiliili Community Center

Na Mamo'o Makiki

Navatek Boat Builders

Navatek Ltd.

Oahu Resource Conservation & Development Council

Oahu Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

Oahu Veterans Council

Ohana Komputer

Ola Ka'ilima Arts Center, LLC

Opportunities and Resources Inc.

ORI Anuenue Hale Inc.

Pacific American Foundation

Pacific and Asian Affairs Council

Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor

Pacific Business Services, Inc.

Pacific Gateway Center

Pacific Shipyards International, LLC

Parents and Children Together

PHOCUSED

Planned Parenthood of Hawaii

Poi Dogs and Popoki

Polynesian Voyaging Society

Project Vision Hawaii

Read Aloud America

Read To Me International Foundation

Retail Merchants of Hawaii

Saint Louis School, Inc.

Ship Maintenance LLC

Shobukan Judo Club

St. Francis Healthcare of Hawaii

Susannah Wesley Community Center

The Alcoholic Rehabilitation Services of Hawaii, Inc.

The Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii

The Children's Alliance of Hawaii, Inc.

The Filipino Community Center, Inc.

The Rehabilitation Hospital of the Pacific

The Wahiawa Center for Community Health

Veterans of Foreign Wars-Hawaii

Volunteer Legal Services Hawaii

Voyager School Foundation

Wahiawa General Hospital

Waianae District Comprehensive Health and Hospital Board, Incorporated

Waikiki Community Center, Inc.

WorkNet, Inc.

Young Men's Christian Association of Honolulu

Young of Heart Workshop

Young Women's Christian Association of Oahu

 

 

FOR AMENDED NOTICES:  Measures that have been deleted are stricken through and measures that have been added are underscored.  If a measure is both underscored and stricken through, that measure has been deleted from the agenda.

 

If you require auxiliary aids or services to participate in the public hearing process (i.e. ASL or foreign language interpreter, or wheelchair accessibility), please contact the WAM clerk at least 24 hours prior to the hearing so that arrangements can be made.

 

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL THE WAM CLERK AT 586-6800 OR THE FIN STAFF AT 586-6200.

 

This hearing will be on Twitter:  https://twitter.com/HI_Senate_WAM

 

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Rep. Sylvia Luke

Chair

 

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Senator David Y. Ige

Chair