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DLNR Recreational Renaissance update

DLNR Recreational Renaissance update

MEDIA RELEASE The Recreational Renaissance Team would like to share the Department of Land and Natural Resource’s recent updates on continuing improvements at recreational facilities. Updates for ongoing projects on the Big Island: * North Kawaihae Small Boat Harbor, Big Island, bid opening was on May 20, 2010 for wooden pier repairs. * Wailoa River […]

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DLNR working on Recreational Renaissance 'Plan B'

DLNR working on Recreational Renaissance ‘Plan B’

MEDIA RELEASE From the Department of Land and Natural Resources: Aloha, As you know we’ve been working on a “Plan B” so we can take care of our state recreational places.  Thanks for your patience! We have developed our Recreational Renaissance “Plan B – Back to Basics” which will be presented before the Board of […]

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Thielen not giving up on Recreational Renaissance

Thielen not giving up on Recreational Renaissance

Karin Stanton/Hawaii247.com Contributing Editor Now the legislative session is over, the fall out begins. One of the casualties was the governor’s Recreational Renaissance program, which was designed to update and improve the state’s facilities. The bill was supported by the House, but the Senate killed it late in the session. Department of Land and Natural […]

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DLNR seeking input on 'Recreational Renaissance' plan

DLNR seeking input on ‘Recreational Renaissance’ plan

Karin Stanton/Hawaii247.com Contributing Editor The Department of Land and Natural Resources has scheduled a series of public information meetings – including two on the Big Island –  to present its new “Recreational Renaissance” plan and seek community input on the various proposals. The Big Island meetings are scheduled for: * Hilo: 5-7 p.m., Friday, Feb. […]

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State launches park "Recreational Renaissance"

State launches park “Recreational Renaissance”

MEDIA RELEASE    Reflecting a focus on restoring and preserving Hawaii’s state parks, trails and ocean recreation facilities, the Lingle-Aiona Administration lat week announced a comprehensive, statewide plan to reinvigorate Hawaii’s natural resources. Under the leadership of the Department of Land and Natural Resources, the “Recreational Renaissance” initiative aims to provide for a re-birth of […]

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