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National Convention Report (Rhoda Miller)
LWV in Japan
Voters' Service (Marian Wilkins)
Natural Resources (Anna Hoover)
Juvenile Justice (Cathy Filson)
Government (Anne Lee)
Legislative Update
Action (Marion Saunders)
Education Fund (Jerry Hess)
Maui (Cheryl Vasconcellos)
Hawaii County (Dorothy Doudna)
Kauai (Margaret Littmann)
Honolulu (Arlene Woo)


This has been a typically busy year for the Honolulu League. We offered our members a variety of topics at meetings: juvenile justice, transportation on Oahu, reapportionment, initiative, effects of Reagan's policies on women, Waikiki 2000, Congressional process by which a bill be-comes a law, sunshine laws, and the effect of early reporting on election returns.

Two morning coffees and an after-work wine and cheese party were held for new and prospective members.

We were active in many areas, continuing to broadcast our viewpoint on KHVH; testifying on numerous issues at City Hall: inclusionary zoning, development plans, agricultural zoning, reflective glass, vested rights, shoreline protection, downtown bus routes. We also testified on several land bills in the Legislature, and before the EPA on HECO plans.

We participated in Women's History Week and are a part of a network of women's groups in Honolulu. as well as a coalition concerned with housing.

This year we were able to hire a part-time office manager and moved into new quarters in the Empire Building.

Arlene Woo
Honolulu pres.

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