UH Ready to Move Quickly on Ige Mauna Kea Proposals

Civil Beat: The University of Hawaii appeared ready on Monday to move quickly in implementing virtually all of the changes called for last week by Gov. David Ige in management of its activities on Mauna Kea, where Native Hawaiian protestors have sought for weeks to block further work on the Thirty Meter Telescope project. University leaders apologized in a statement released Monday morning for not fully meeting their obligations to the mountain or the expectations of the community. At an afternoon press briefing,......

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