Earlier this month, Governor David Ige declared a state of emergency to fight mosquito borne illnesses including dengue fever and the Zika virus. We urge all of our Hawaii Island members to take preemptive measures to prevent from getting or spreading the virus. Below are a few questions and answers about Dengue fever: Are the symptoms … More What You Need To Know About Dengue
By now, all eligible District 17 members that have HMSA should have received the notice in the mail regarding upcoming changes in their plans. All changes take effect on April 1, 2016. If you haven’t received your notice or you are unsure as to how it would affect you, please call the Health and Welfare … More HMSA Plan Changes Effective April 1, 2016
Phase 1 of DeBartolo Development’s $500 million, 67 acre mixed-used mall, Ka Makana Alii, has been contracted to signatory contractor, Nordic PCL. Ka Makana Alii is slated to open later this year and is expected to feature 100 retail tenants – including a 103,000-square-foot Macy’s, as well as a 100,000-square-foot Hampton Inn & Suites Hotel. … More Ka Makana Alii
In April 2015, the Department of Transportation picked Hawaiian Dredging Construction Co., Inc. for a $290 million project on Maui that included roadway improvements and building the Consolidated Car Rental (CONRAC) Facility at Kahului Airport. In December 2015, that amount was raised another $41,394,018, making the project worth $331,394,018 for the year, thus making HDCC … More Congratulations to Hawaiian Dredging
HART CEO Dan Grabauskas answers community questions about rail transit. The recent projected cost increases are due in part to lengthy legal challenges and the construction and other delays they caused, which have resulted in HART now calling for bids at a time when construction costs have risen dramatically and are now among the highest … More What are the major reasons the rail project’s costs have gone up?