The Jobs & Business Working Group, chaired by Representatives Daniel Holt and Andrew Takuya Garrett, is set to hold a meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 21 at 2 p.m. in Conference Room 329 at the Hawaiʻi State Capitol. The group will take public input on its draft report that focuses on evaluating the Maui unemployment rate, approaches to restart business activity, and the impacts to tourism statewide.
The panel comprises of Representatives Terez Amato, Trish La Chica, Rachele F. Lamosao, Scot Z. Matayoshi, Representative Dee Morikawa, Nadine K. Nakamura, Mark M. Nakashima, Sean Quinlan and Gene Ward. The working group will meet via video conference and in-person at the Hawaiʻi State Capitol for those who prefer physical presence during the meeting process.
The meeting agenda and registration to provide testimony can be reviewed online at https://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/sessions/session2023/hearingnotices/HEARING_JBUWG_11-21-23_INFO_.HTM . Those interested in participating can live-stream the meeting on the House of Representatives’ YouTube Channel or attend in person during operating hours of their local state public libraries which offer free public WiFi and computers for limited internet access individuals to access this meeting virtually with ease from any location within their communities across Hawaii statewide as well as beyond our borders worldwide if one has internet access anywhere around the globe .