Usually, when a state board or commission is asked to make a decision, its staff will prepare a background report. In the case of the Board of Land and Natural Resources, for example, the staff report can run to several pages and have correspondence, maps, or other documents attached. The idea is to give the board members, and members of the public as well, information needed to allow it to come to an informed decision.
When the Hawai`i Green Infrastructure Authority held its first meeting, on October 23, it was asked to approve the transfer of roughly $144 million . . .
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