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According to Governor Ige, the state will issue an emergency proclamation if and when conditions meet the following criteria…
HAWAII ISLAND – The County of Hawaii has declared a state of emergency due to the dengue fever outbreak on the Big Island.
It was a great day for hanami as blooming cherry trees surrounded Church Row Park with pink during the 23rd annual Waimea Cherry Blossom Heritage Festival.
Hawaii’s four county mayors went to the capitol on Monday to present their local needs to state lawmakers.
WAIMEA: The community gathered on Monday morning to break ground on the future Waimea District Park. The County of Hawaii provided a media release – and video footage – covering the blessing of the 24-acre park project.
NA’ALEHU: A public information meetings on the mosquito-borne dengue fever outbreak was held in Na’alehu on Tuesday night, the second in a series of meetings scheduled by state and county officials.
KONA: Around 150 people packed Yano Hall in Captain Cook Monday evening to get an update on the dengue fever outbreak on Hawai‘i Island. Attendees were even standing outside the windows to hear from Hawai‘i County Mayor Billy Kenoi, Hawai‘i County Civil Defense Administrator Darryl Oliveira, and State Department of Health officials talk about the issues.
KONA: Presenting a unified front, State and County officials held a press conference on Monday to launch a statewide “Fight the Bite” public education campaign that seeks to end the spread of dengue fever in Hawaii.
HONOKA’A: The Hamakua community gathered to discuss possible solutions to the issues that surround the Waipi’o Valley Access Road. The County of Hawaii is offering to assist the Waipi’o Valley residents and stakeholders in a road improvement project, if the community supports the idea.