DLNR to commission 42 new officers in Hawai‘i, nearly doubling staff on Kaua‘i
LIHU‘E — The state Department of Land and Natural Resources Division of Conservation and Resources Enforcement will add 42 recruits to its ranks in March, increasing the division’s staff by 50 percent and nearly doubling its presence on Kaua‘i.
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Kaua’i needs DLNR to manage and care for our Kokee forest and other resources- clean it up remove dead branches and maintain trails!!!!!