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Schatz urges federal aid

U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz (D-Hawaii), a member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, urged the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the Small Business Administration to be ready to swiftly approve any request from the state of Hawaii for a disaster declaration for communities affected by flooding on Kauai and Oahu.

1 more in mayoral race

Lenny Rapozo, director of the county Department of Parks and Recreation, has officially filed his papers for the upcoming mayoral race.

Honolulu rally supports pesticide bill

In support of Hawaii’s potential ban on chlorpyrifos and of stricter pesticide rules, several Kauai people added their voices to dozens who gathered at the capitol for Monday’s Keiki First Rally.

Proposed land deal advances

A bill proposing the $5.6 million purchase of land in Hanalei by the County of Kauai was moved forward at Wednesday’s County Council meeting.

House passes TAT bill

A bill that allocates transient accommodations tax revenues to Kauai, Hawaii and Maui counties from July 1 through Dec. 31, 2030 passed through the House of Representatives Tuesday with 44 outof 51 votes in favor of the bill.

Hanabusa in the lead

Gov. David Ige plans on pushing his administration’s accomplishments to the forefront of his campaign over the next four or five months, saying he’s been “too humble” about his successes.

Yago announces mayoral run

Hanamaulu resident Clint Yago Sr. has filed papers to run for mayor of Kauai. For the past 38 years, Yago said he has worked in construction. He graduated with a certificate in carpentry from KauaiCommunity College.