TWENTY-NINTH LEGISLATURE, 2017
STATE OF HAWAII
A BILL FOR AN ACT
RELATING TO AN AIRPORT CORPORATION.
BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF HAWAII:
SECTION 1. The legislature finds that the economic well-being of the State is substantially dependent on the efficient development, management, and operation of its airports and air transportation infrastructure. The legislature further finds that responsibility for Hawaii's airport planning, management, marketing, and capital development functions is currently distributed among a number of agencies, including the department of transportation's airports division, Hawaii tourism authority, department of budget and finance, department of human resources development, board of land and natural resources, department of health with respect to environmental concerns, and the office of Hawaiian affairs with respect to ceded land issues, among others. Furthermore, key decision-making is vested in the legislature, which is only in regular session for part of each year, which imposes a constraint to responsiveness and causes delay to key capital improvement program decisions. Distributed responsibility and involvement by multiple agencies, sometimes with conflicting goals and priorities, results in delayed decision-making, inefficiency, and reduced effectiveness.
The legislature believes that coordinated planning and development of air transportation would be achieved more effectively by a single entity having overall consolidated jurisdiction for the State's airport infrastructure.
The legislature further finds that the establishment of an independent airport corporation would assist in the achievement of the following important statewide objectives:
(1) Maximizing the contribution of the state airports system to Hawaii's economy;
(2) Ensuring dedicated, expert airport leadership, management continuity, and year-round decision-making, consistent with industry best practices;
(3) Improving administrative efficiency by streamlining administrative processes;
(4) Accelerating the planning and delivery of the airports system's capital improvement program;
(5) Increasing the financial flexibility and strength of the airports system;
(6) Increasing economic opportunities for the State, in collaboration with the Hawaii tourism authority;
(7) Increasing responsiveness to customer needs, commercial opportunities, and economic demands;
(8) Providing full transparency and public accountability, and an appropriate forum to engage all interested parties; and
(9) Maximizing job creation within the State.
The legislature further finds that the management and administration of scarce and increasingly valuable airport resources is most effectively served by the establishment of an independent airport corporation.
The purpose of this Act is to establish the Hawaii airport corporation.
SECTION 2. The Hawaii Revised Statutes is amended by adding a new chapter to be appropriately designated and to read as follows:
HAWAII AIRPORT CORPORATION
§ -1 Definitions. As used in this chapter: "Aeronautics" shall have the same meaning as defined in section 261-1.
"Air navigation facility" shall have the same meaning as defined in section 261-1.
"Airport" means any area of land or water that is used, or intended for use, for the landing and taking-off of aircraft, and any appurtenant areas that are used, or intended for use, for airport buildings or other airport facilities or rights-of way, including approaches, together with all airport buildings and facilities located thereon.
"Airport corporation" or "corporation" means the Hawaii airport corporation.
"Chief executive officer" means the chief executive officer of the Hawaii airport corporation.
§ -2 Airport corporation; establishment; board; members; chief executive officer. (a) There is established the Hawaii airport corporation, which shall be a body politic and corporate, constituting a public instrumentality for the performance of an essential public and governmental function as provided in this chapter. The corporation shall be established and shall operate as a subdivision of the State for the purpose of developing and implementing management structures, policies, and procedures based on airport industry best practices and expressly configured to support the efficient development, management, and operation of the State's airports and aeronautical facilities. The corporation shall be placed within the department of transportation for administrative purposes only.
(b) The powers of the airport corporation shall be vested in and exercised by a board of directors, which shall consist of nine voting members, who shall be appointed by the governor pursuant to section 26-34; provided that there shall be one member representing each of the counties of Hawaii, Kauai, and Maui and the city and county of Honolulu. Members shall be removed from office by the governor only for inefficiency, neglect of duty, turpitude, or misconduct in office after giving the member a copy of the charges against the member and allowing the member an opportunity to be heard, in person or by counsel, upon not less than ten days notice.
Members shall have relevant business and management experience, including experience in one or more of the following disciplines: financial planning, budgeting, hospitality, tourism, commercial development, construction program management, marketing, law, or aviation.
No board member appointed under this section shall be an officer or employee of the State or the counties.
(c) The airport corporation shall be headed by a single executive to be known as the chief executive officer of the Hawaii airport corporation, who shall:
(1) Not be a member of the board;
(2) Serve at the pleasure of the board;
(3) Be exempt from chapter 76; and
(4) Receive compensation that shall be fixed by the board.
(d) The chief executive officer:
(1) Shall be selected based on criteria approved by the board, including experience in airport management at an executive level at a large- or medium-hub airport within the United States, management of significant scale capital programs, and domestic and international air service development;
(2) Shall be appointed by a majority vote of the members of the board;
(3) Shall be employed subject to a formal contract, the terms of which shall be approved by the board; provided that the terms shall include provisions for the removal of the chief executive officer with and without cause;
(4) May be removed from office only by a vote of not less than five members of the board; provided that the basis for removal is consistent with the terms of the applicable employment contract;
(5) May establish management organization structures;
(6) May appoint one deputy executive officer, as the chief executive officer deems appropriate, who shall be exempt from chapter 76. The deputy executive officer shall exercise those powers that may be delegated by the chief executive officer;
(7) Shall have such powers as described in this chapter and as may be delegated by the members of the board;
(8) Shall attend all meetings of the board, keep a record of the proceedings, and shall maintain and be the custodian of all books, records, documents, and papers filed with the corporation, the minute book of the corporation, and the official seal of the corporation;
(9) Shall direct and supervise the corporation's administrative affairs and technical activities in accordance with the directives of the board;
(10) Shall approve all accounts for salaries and allowable expenses of the corporation or of any employee or consultant thereof;
(11) May hire employees, subject to chapters 76 and 89, to fill positions provided for in the airport corporation's annual budget; provided that the functions and duties of all positions shall be provided for in the bylaws of the airport corporation;
(12) Shall serve as the chief procurement officer for the corporation; and
(13) Shall perform such other duties as may be directed by the board in carrying out the purpose of the corporation.
(e) The airport corporation shall establish bylaws providing for, upon the vacancy of the position of the chief executive officer, the automatic succession of a deputy executive officer on an interim basis until a permanent chief executive officer is appointed.
(f) The number of members of the board necessary to constitute a quorum to do business shall be a majority of the members.
§ -3 Powers; generally. (a) Except as otherwise provided in this chapter, the airport corporation:
(1) Shall exercise power and control over airports, air navigation facilities, buildings, and other facilities belonging to, or controlled by, the airport corporation;
(2) Shall exercise general supervision over aeronautics within the State and, in connection therewith, encourage, foster, and assist in the development of aeronautics in the State, and encourage the establishment of airports and air navigation facilities;
(3) Shall provide as appropriate for the landing, taking-off, and servicing of aircraft, and the loading and unloading of passengers and cargo;
(4) Shall provide for the comfort, accommodation, and convenience of air travelers;
(5) Shall establish performance targets and performance standards to achieve the highest levels of customer service;
(6) Shall cooperate with and assist the federal government and other persons in the development of aeronautics;
(7) Shall seek to coordinate the aeronautical activities of the State with those activities of the federal government;
(8) Shall ensure that appropriate mission statements, business plans, minimum development standards, and strategic goals are established and that progress towards their accomplishment is regularly assessed and reported;
(9) Shall develop an organization and management structure to best accomplish the goals of the Hawaii airport system and the corporation;
(10) Shall employ employees subject to chapters 76 and 89;
(11) May use the facilities and services of any department, board, commission, or agency of the State or counties, if permitted pursuant to memoranda of understanding approved by the board;
(12) May sue and be sued;
(13) Shall have a seal and may alter the seal at its pleasure;
(14) May make and execute contracts and all other instruments necessary or convenient for the exercise of its powers and functions under this chapter;
(15) Shall establish bylaws for its organization and internal management;
(16) Shall adopt an annual budget for its operations, maintenance, and capital improvements, pursuant to chapter 37;
(17) May own, sell, lease, hold, clear, improve, and rehabilitate real, personal, or mixed property, and assign, exchange, transfer, convey, lease, sublease, or encumber any airport, or any project, improvement, or facility related thereto; provided that the corporation and corporation lands shall not be subject to chapter 171;
(18) May develop, construct, reconstruct, rehabilitate, improve, alter, repair, or provide for the development, construction, reconstruction, rehabilitation, improvement, alteration, or repair of, any airport, or any project, improvement, or facility related to airports controlled by the corporation or located on land controlled by the corporation;
(19) May arrange or initiate appropriate action for the:
(A) Furnishing of facilities;
(B) Acquisition of property or property rights; and
(C) Furnishing of property, development rights, or services in connection with any airport or any project, improvement, or facility related to airports controlled by the corporation;
(20) May grant options or renew any lease entered into by it in connection with any project, on terms and conditions as it deems advisable;
(21) May engage the services of consultants on a contractual basis for rendering professional and technical assistance and advice;
(22) Shall procure insurance against any loss in connection with its property and other assets and operations, in such amounts and from such insurers as it deems desirable, or provide for self-insurance;
(23) May accept and receive gifts or grants in any form from any person, public entity, or source; provided that the grants and gifts shall be used for airport corporation purposes;
(24) May pledge or assign all or any part of the moneys, fees, rents, charges, or other revenues and proceeds derived by the airport corporation from the proceeds of insurance or condemnation awards for the loss of revenues or incurring of costs and expenses because of any action taken by the airport corporation;
(25) Shall fix, impose, prescribe, and collect rates, rentals, fees, or charges for the lease, use, and services of its airport facilities at least sufficient to pay the costs of operation, maintenance, and repair, if any, and the required payments of the principal of, and interest on, all bonds issued or assumed by the airport corporation and reserves therefor;
(26) May take all actions necessary under emergencies such as hurricanes, tsunamis, and other natural disasters;
(27) Shall plan, construct, operate, and maintain all airport facilities in the State;
(28) Subject to legislative authorization or appropriation, may allot airport funds, issue revenue bonds and special facility revenue bonds in its name pursuant to chapter 39, but not in excess of such principal amounts as are necessary for its purposes or specified in covenants with bondholders;
(29) May invest and secure its moneys in accordance with chapters 36 and 38;
(30) May take public and private property for use in furthering any of the purposes of the airport corporation; provided that all proceedings for condemnation shall be conducted in accordance with chapter 101;
(31) May provide compensation, allowance, or other assistance to any person for relocation or displacement caused by the acquisition of land for airport purposes;
(32) May license all airports and heliports within the State, pursuant to all federal and state rules and regulations, and the procedures of the airport corporation;
(33) May approve all safety, security, and federal certification plans, procedures, and specifications related to the operation, management, and development of all airports and heliports within the State; and
(34) May do any and all things necessary to carry out its powers and duties pursuant to this chapter.
(b) The corporation shall adopt rules pursuant to chapter 91 to carry out the purpose of this chapter."
SECTION 3. Section 26-19, Hawaii Revised Statutes, is amended to read as follows:
"§26-19 Department of transportation.
The department of transportation shall be headed by a single executive to be
known as the director of transportation. The department shall establish,
maintain, and operate transportation facilities of the State, including
airports,] harbors, and such other transportation facilities
and activities as may be authorized by law.
The department shall plan, develop, promote, and coordinate various transportation systems management programs that shall include, but not be limited to, alternate work and school hours programs, bicycling programs, and ridesharing programs.
The department shall develop and promote ridesharing programs which shall include but not be limited to, carpool and vanpool programs, and may assist organizations interested in promoting similar programs, arrange for contracts with private organizations to manage and operate these programs, and assist in the formulation of ridesharing arrangements. Ridesharing programs include informal arrangements in which two or more persons ride together in a motor vehicle.
The functions and authority heretofore exercised by the department of public works with respect to highways are transferred to the department of transportation established by this chapter.
On July 1, 1961, the Hawaii aeronautics commission, the board of harbor commissioners and the highway commission shall be abolished and their remaining functions, duties, and powers shall be transferred to the department of transportation."
SECTION 4. Section 76-16, Hawaii Revised Statutes, is amended by amending subsection (b) to read as follows:
"(b) The civil service to which this chapter applies shall comprise all positions in the State now existing or hereafter established and embrace all personal services performed for the State, except the following:
(1) Commissioned and enlisted personnel of the Hawaii National Guard as such, and positions in the Hawaii National Guard that are required by state or federal laws or regulations or orders of the National Guard to be filled from those commissioned or enlisted personnel;
(2) Positions filled by persons employed by contract where the director of human resources development has certified that the service is special or unique or is essential to the public interest and that, because of circumstances surrounding its fulfillment, personnel to perform the service cannot be obtained through normal civil service recruitment procedures. Any such contract may be for any period not exceeding one year;
(3) Positions that must be filled without delay to comply with a court order or decree if the director determines that recruitment through normal recruitment civil service procedures would result in delay or noncompliance, such as the Felix-Cayetano consent decree;
(4) Positions filled by the legislature or by either house or any committee thereof;
(5) Employees in the office of the governor and office of the lieutenant governor, and household employees at Washington Place;
(6) Positions filled by popular vote;
(7) Department heads, officers, and members of any board, commission, or other state agency whose appointments are made by the governor or are required by law to be confirmed by the senate;
(8) Judges, referees, receivers, masters, jurors, notaries public, land court examiners, court commissioners, and attorneys appointed by a state court for a special temporary service;
(9) One bailiff for the chief justice of the supreme court who shall have the powers and duties of a court officer and bailiff under section 606-14; one secretary or clerk for each justice of the supreme court, each judge of the intermediate appellate court, and each judge of the circuit court; one secretary for the judicial council; one deputy administrative director of the courts; three law clerks for the chief justice of the supreme court, two law clerks for each associate justice of the supreme court and each judge of the intermediate appellate court, one law clerk for each judge of the circuit court, two additional law clerks for the civil administrative judge of the circuit court of the first circuit, two additional law clerks for the criminal administrative judge of the circuit court of the first circuit, one additional law clerk for the senior judge of the family court of the first circuit, two additional law clerks for the civil motions judge of the circuit court of the first circuit, two additional law clerks for the criminal motions judge of the circuit court of the first circuit, and two law clerks for the administrative judge of the district court of the first circuit; and one private secretary for the administrative director of the courts, the deputy administrative director of the courts, each department head, each deputy or first assistant, and each additional deputy, or assistant deputy, or assistant defined in paragraph (16);
(10) First deputy and deputy attorneys general, the administrative services manager of the department of the attorney general, one secretary for the administrative services manager, an administrator and any support staff for the criminal and juvenile justice resources coordination functions, and law clerks;
(11) (A) Teachers, principals, vice-principals, complex area superintendents, deputy and assistant superintendents, other certificated personnel, not more than twenty noncertificated administrative, professional, and technical personnel not engaged in instructional work;
(B) Effective July 1, 2003, teaching assistants, educational assistants, bilingual/bicultural school-home assistants, school psychologists, psychological examiners, speech pathologists, athletic health care trainers, alternative school work study assistants, alternative school educational/supportive services specialists, alternative school project coordinators, and communications aides in the department of education;
(C) The special assistant to the state librarian and one secretary for the special assistant to the state librarian; and
(D) Members of the faculty of the University of Hawaii, including research workers, extension agents, personnel engaged in instructional work, and administrative, professional, and technical personnel of the university;
(12) Employees engaged in special, research, or demonstration projects approved by the governor;
(13) (A) Positions filled by inmates, patients of state institutions, persons with severe physical or mental disabilities participating in the work experience training programs;
(B) Positions filled with students in accordance with guidelines for established state employment programs; and
(C) Positions that provide work experience training or temporary public service employment that are filled by persons entering the workforce or persons transitioning into other careers under programs such as the federal Workforce Investment Act of 1998, as amended, or the Senior Community Service Employment Program of the Employment and Training Administration of the United States Department of Labor, or under other similar state programs;
(14) A custodian or guide at Iolani Palace, the Royal Mausoleum, and Hulihee Palace;
(15) Positions filled by persons employed on a fee, contract, or piecework basis, who may lawfully perform their duties concurrently with their private business or profession or other private employment and whose duties require only a portion of their time, if it is impracticable to ascertain or anticipate the portion of time to be devoted to the service of the State;
(16) Positions of first deputies or first assistants
of each department head appointed under or in the manner provided in section 6,
article V, of the Hawaii state constitution; three additional deputies or
assistants either in charge of the highways[
,] and harbors[ ,
and airports] divisions or other functions within the department of
transportation as may be assigned by the director of transportation, with the
approval of the governor; four additional deputies in the department of health,
each in charge of one of the following: behavioral health, environmental
health, hospitals, and health resources administration, including other
functions within the department as may be assigned by the director of health,
with the approval of the governor; an administrative assistant to the state
librarian; and an administrative assistant to the superintendent of education;
(17) Positions specifically exempted from this part by any other law; provided that:
(A) Any exemption created after July 1, 2014, shall expire three years after its enactment unless affirmatively extended by an act of the legislature; and
(B) All of the positions defined by paragraph (9) shall be included in the position classification plan;
(18) Positions in the state foster grandparent program and positions for temporary employment of senior citizens in occupations in which there is a severe personnel shortage or in special projects;
(19) Household employees at the official residence of the president of the University of Hawaii;
(20) Employees in the department of education engaged in the supervision of students during meal periods in the distribution, collection, and counting of meal tickets, and in the cleaning of classrooms after school hours on a less than half-time basis;
(21) Employees hired under the tenant hire program of the Hawaii public housing authority; provided that not more than twenty-six per cent of the authority's workforce in any housing project maintained or operated by the authority shall be hired under the tenant hire program;
(22) Positions of the federally funded expanded food and nutrition program of the University of Hawaii that require the hiring of nutrition program assistants who live in the areas they serve;
(23) Positions filled by persons with severe disabilities who are certified by the state vocational rehabilitation office that they are able to perform safely the duties of the positions;
(24) The sheriff;
(25) A gender and other fairness coordinator hired by the judiciary;
(26) Positions in the Hawaii National Guard youth and
adult education programs; [
(27) In the state energy office in the department of
business, economic development, and tourism, all energy program managers,
energy program specialists, energy program assistants, and energy analysts[
(28) The chief executive officer of the Hawaii airport corporation.
The director shall determine the applicability of this section to specific positions.
Nothing in this section shall be deemed to affect the civil service status of any incumbent as it existed on July 1, 1955."
SECTION 5. Section 103D-203, Hawaii Revised Statutes, is amended as follows:
1. By amending subsection (a) to read:
"(a) The chief procurement officer for each of the following state entities shall be:
(1) The judiciary--the administrative director of the courts;
(2) The senate--the president of the senate;
(3) The house of representatives--the speaker of the house of representatives;
(4) The office of Hawaiian affairs--the chairperson of the board;
(5) The University of Hawaii--the president of the University of Hawaii; provided that, except as specified in section 304A-2672(2), for contracts for construction and professional services furnished by licensees under chapter 464, the administrator of the state procurement office of the department of accounting and general services shall serve as the chief procurement officer;
(6) The department of education, excluding the Hawaii public library system--the superintendent of education;
(7) The Hawaii health systems corporation--the chief
executive officer of the Hawaii health systems corporation; [
(8) The Hawaii airport corporation--the chief executive officer of the corporation; and
(8)] (9) The remaining departments of
the executive branch of the State and all governmental bodies administratively
attached to them--the administrator of the state procurement office of the
department of accounting and general services."
2. By amending subsection (c) to read:
"(c) For purposes of applying this chapter to the judiciary, houses of the legislature, office of Hawaiian affairs, University of Hawaii, department of education, Hawaii airport corporation, remaining departments of the executive branch and all governmental bodies administratively attached to them, and the several counties, unless otherwise expressly provided, "State" shall mean "judiciary", "state senate", "state house of representatives", "office of Hawaiian affairs", "University of Hawaii", "department of education", "Hawaii airport corporation", "executive branch", "county", "board of water supply" or "department of water supply", and "semi-autonomous public transit agency", respectively."
SECTION 6. Section 261-1, Hawaii Revised Statutes, is amended as follows:
1. By adding a new definition to be appropriately inserted and to read:
""Chief executive officer" means the chief executive officer of the Hawaii airport corporation."
2. By repealing the definition of "director".
"Director" means the
director of transportation."]
SECTION 7. Section 261-2, Hawaii Revised Statutes, is amended to read as follows:
"§261-2 Development of aeronautics,
general. The department of transportation shall have general supervision
over aeronautics within the State[
.]; provided that on July 1, 2018,
the general supervision shall be transferred to the Hawaii airport corporation.
It shall encourage, foster, and assist in the development of aeronautics in the
State and encourage the establishment of airports and air navigation
facilities. It shall cooperate with and assist the federal government and
other persons in the development of aeronautics and shall seek to coordinate
the aeronautical activities of the State with those of the federal government.
Municipalities may cooperate with the department in the development of
aeronautics and aeronautics facilities in the State."
SECTION 8. The Hawaii airport corporation shall be a successor agency, and jurisdiction over aeronautics and airports, including airport functions under the department of transportation's airports division, shall be transferred to the Hawaii airport corporation on July 1, 2018.
To the extent that the Hawaii airport corporation is authorized in this Act to exercise powers and duties, which are also granted to other departments, offices, or boards of the State, with respect to airports and aeronautical facilities, the Hawaii airport corporation shall exercise such powers and perform such duties in lieu of any other departments, offices, and boards.
SECTION 9. The State shall facilitate the corporation's governance over airports and provide an orderly transition of ownership, jurisdiction, assets, liabilities, powers, funds, accounts, contracts, employees, and any other rights, benefits, or obligations, and authority to control, operate, develop, and maintain airports and aeronautical facilities from the department of transportation to the corporation prior to July 1, 2018.
SECTION 10. The revisor of statutes shall substitute the phrase "chief executive officer" in chapter 261, Hawaii Revised Statutes, wherever the terms "director" or "director of transportation" appear, except for the amendments made to section 261-1, Hawaii Revised Statutes, in section 6 of this Act.
SECTION 11. The revisor of statutes shall substitute the phrase "Hawaii airport corporation" in chapter 261, Hawaii Revised Statutes, wherever the terms "department" or "department of transportation" appear, except for the amendments made to section 261-2, Hawaii Revised Statutes, in section 7 of this Act.
SECTION 12. It is the intent of this Act not to jeopardize the receipt of any federal aid nor to impair the obligation of the State or any agency thereof to the holders of any bond issued by the State or by any such agency, and to the extent, and only to the extent, necessary to effectuate this intent, the governor may modify the strict provisions of this Act, but shall promptly report any such modification with reasons therefor to the legislature at its next session thereafter for review by the legislature.
SECTION 13. This Act does not affect rights and duties that matured, penalties that were incurred, and proceedings that were begun before its effective date.
SECTION 14. If any provision of this Act, or the application thereof to any person or circumstance, is held invalid, the invalidity shall not affect the other provisions or applications of this Act that can be given effect without the invalid provision or application, and to this end the provisions of this Act are severable.
SECTION 15. All rights, powers, functions, and duties of the department of transportation's airports division are transferred to the Hawaii airport corporation on July 1, 2018. The Hawaii airport corporation shall recognize all bargaining units and collective bargaining agreements existing at the time of transfer to the corporation. The employees of the corporation shall be considered employees of the State as provided in this section.
All employees who occupy civil service positions and whose functions are transferred to the Hawaii airport corporation by this Act shall retain their civil service status, whether permanent or temporary. Employees shall be transferred without loss of salary, seniority (except as prescribed by applicable collective bargaining agreements), retention points, prior service credit, any vacation and sick leave credits previously earned, and other rights, benefits, and privileges, in accordance with state personnel laws and this Act.
Any employee who, prior to this Act, is exempt from civil service and is transferred as a consequence of this Act may retain the employee's exempt status, but shall not be appointed to a civil service position as a consequence of this Act. An exempt employee who is transferred by this Act shall not suffer any loss of prior service credit, vacation or sick leave credits previously earned, or other employee benefits or privileges as a consequence of this Act; provided that the employee possesses legal and public employment requirements for the position to which transferred or appointed, as applicable. The chief executive officer of the Hawaii airport corporation may prescribe the duties and qualifications of these employees and fix their salaries without regard to chapter 76, Hawaii Revised Statutes.
No employee covered by a collective bargaining unit as an employee of the department of transportation shall be laid off as a result of the creation of the Hawaii airport corporation. The officers and all other employees of the Hawaii airport corporation shall be state employees for the purposes of benefits and retirement.
SECTION 16. On July 1, 2018, all appropriations, records, equipment, machines, files, supplies, contracts, books, papers, documents, maps, and other personal property heretofore made, used, acquired, or held by the department of transportation relating to the functions transferred to the Hawaii airport corporation shall be transferred with the functions to which they relate.
SECTION 17. Statutory material to be repealed is bracketed and stricken. New statutory material is underscored.
SECTION 18. This Act shall take effect on December 16, 2050; provided that sections 4, 6, 10, and 11 shall take effect on December 17, 2050.
Tourism; Transportation; Aeronautics; Hawaii Airport Corporation
Authorizes the establishment of the Hawaii Airport Corporation within the Department of Transportation for administrative purposes on July 1, 2018. Sets out appointment of members to the board of directors and powers and duties of the Hawaii Airport Corporation. Transfers the aeronautics functions of the Department of Transportation to the Hawaii Airport Authority. (SB658 HD2)
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