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#KILLtheBill #AlohaAinaAction HB 1469 A House bill has morphed into a sweetheart deal to create perpetual leases for tenants on state land, possibly including the Thirty Meter Telescope. ~ Ian Lind
A bill in the Hawaii House of Representatives has morphed into something potentially quite dangerous. In the worst case, it would allow the privatization of public lands through perpetual leases.
Allowing sweetheart deals for existing tenants on any state land, including the University of Hawaii and the Thirty Meter Telescope planned for Mauna Kea.
The policy is that any lease longer for 65 years is essentially a sale of land. So to be fair, you put it up for auction to allow new parties to bid.
The conference committee just signed off on a final version of the bill that amends the section of the law that governs all state leases – and eliminates the 65-year limit on any new or existing lease on any state lands. Basically, it’s turning tenants into potential owners of state land.
It also eliminates the Department of Land and Natural Resources’ rights to access certain information from lessees (making it optional) who sell, assign or sublease state land. Which means an existing tenant could get an extension of a lease, turn around and sell it or sublease it for a profit, and the state can’t necessarily take action. This applies to leases for TMT, UH, Etc. Ultimately making ceded Hawaiian Kingdom Lands for sale. this affects all pae'aina o Hawai'i + future generations.
Call + Email Reps. Bill specifics {here} http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/measure_indiv.aspx?billtype=HB&billnumber=1469&year=2017
#alohaainawarriors #alohaāina #kukiaimauna #alohaaina #wearemaunakea #protectwhereyouplay #hawaiinokaoi #aoletmt #tmtshutdown #RISE #resist #strongertogether #protectmaunakea #protectpōhakuloa #protectparadise
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