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Water is a precious commodity in Hawaiʻi, despite our islands being home to some of the wettest places on Earth where rainfall is recorded in the hundreds of inches. Proper management of this resource is complicated.
Campbell Farrell is working the phone, recruiting a band of experienced watermen and women to help out on an expedition to Maui’s remote Kahakuloa coastline to clean up some of the island’s most difficult-to-access beaches.
When it becomes law, HB 2510 will increase Hawaiʻi’s minimum wage from its current $10.10 per hour to $18 per hour.