Should affordable housing incentives (fee waivers, regulatory exemptions, state funds and other subsidies) require housing developers to ensure that their projects are actually affordable to local middle- and lower-income families?
OHA should receive 20% of Public Land Trust (PLT) revenues annually per legislation passed in 1980. That has never been honored.
Instead, OHA receives about 3.8% of PLT revenue annually. Do you support fulfilling the state’s PLT revenue obligation to OHA?
Would you support a “green fee” levied on every visitor to the state that would be used exclusively to support ‘āina conservation programs (invasive species removal, reforestation, establishment of additional nature preserves/sanctuaries, etc.)?
Do you support legislation to incentivize diversified, regenerative agriculture and establish 100% self-sustainable food resources for Hawai‘i to establish food sovereignty?
Should the state land use commission’s unique procedures protecting public trust resources and Native Hawaiian rights be reduced or removed when urban-type developments are proposed for agricultural or rural lands?
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