Keep Your Voter Registration Record Up to Date: Ballots are mailed to the voter’s mailing address associated with their voter registration record. Voters who have moved, changed their name or mailing address, must update their voter registration. Voters may check online or call their Clerk’s Office to confirm that their voter registration is current. Not yet registered? Register online or complete a Voter … More WHAT VOTERS NEED TO KNOW ABOUT ELECTIONS BY MAIL
A longtime local construction industry leader will replace Colleen Hanabusa on the board overseeing Oahu’s financially troubled rail project. Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell announced his pick of Glenn Nohara to join the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation board Friday, just as Hanabusa stepped down after nearly a year and a half with the agency. Read … More Construction exec to join rail board
HOEISF together with District 17 will have sign waving for Mayor Kirk Caldwell from 4 pm to 6 pm at the Neil Blaisdell Park, 98-319 Kamehameha Hwy, Aiea, HI 96701 every Tuesday and Thursday starting, today, October 13, 2016 until November 3, 2016. This event qualifies for Project Vote. Click here :2016-vote-poster for more information on … More Volunteer Opportunities for Local 3 Members
Every election year, Local 3 and HOEISF supplies members with a list of legislators they endorse (Local 3) and recommend (HOEISF) and this year is no different. Candidates meet with elected PAC committees and answer questions pertaining to our industry so that we can ensure that we vote for candidates that support our union, our … More Who Should You Vote For?
Reserve your right to grumble and vote! Below are ways to register to vote in Hawaii if you haven’t done so already: Online: Visit http://www.olvr.hawaii.gov. You must have a current Hawaii Driver’s License or State ID to complete an application online. Mail: Print & submit a completed Wikiwiki Voter Registration & Permanent Absentee Application to … More Ways to Register to Vote in Hawaii
The County of Hawai‘i’s General Plan is the blueprint that guides the long-term development of Hawai‘i Island. It considers the needs of the entire island, and provides a sound growth strategy that directs future opportunities related to land use, zoning amendments and capital expenditures. The Hawai‘i County General Plan is reviewed every ten years. The … More County of Hawai’i General Plan Public Input Forum Questionnaire
At the District 17 Membership Meeting on Monday, September 26, 2016, there will be an election for one (1) Executive Board Member to fill the unexpired term left vacant by retirement. The meeting will be held at Kailua High School, 451 Ulumanu Drive and will begin promptly at 7:00 p.m. If you have any questions, please … More Operating Engineers Local Union No. 3 “Election Notice”
Hawaii has increased the penalties for employers who do not to adhere to state labor laws. On July 1, Gov. David Ige approved stricter punishments for companies who fail to meet the requirements for workers’ compensation insurance, temporary disability insurance, and breaking prevailing wage laws on public construction projects. Act 187, in part, increases the … More Significant Increases In Labor Law Penalties
Mahalo to everyone that showed up to support Mayor Caldwell in his bid for reelection. Despite the rain, Local 3 members showed up and sign waved for about 2 1/2 hours.
Special-Called Meeting Notice: Master Construction & Master Paving Allocations Meeting on Monday, May 9, 2016 at 6:00 p.m. Please call your local District 17 office for the location.