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Honolulu Council Considering Bill to Raise Taxes on Historic Homes

Honolulu Council Bill CB52 (2017) Proposes Increase to Minimum Annual Property Tax on Historic Homes 7/7/2017:  Honolulu City Council has scheduled a public hearing on CB52 CD1 (2017) proposing to raise the annual minimum property tax for historic residences dedicated to preservation to $1000 per year. The [...]

June 23rd, 2017|Comments Off on Honolulu Council Considering Bill to Raise Taxes on Historic Homes

Treasures in our Backyard: Manoa Heritage Center & Kūaliʻi

This hidden gem nestled in Manoa is a 3.5-acre living classroom that promotes the understanding of Hawaiʻi's natural and cultural heritage. Tours are offered for adults and school children by reservation only. As described on the Center's website, tours include a pleasant 1-hour outdoor guided walk through a garden of Native [...]

June 21st, 2017|Comments Off on Treasures in our Backyard: Manoa Heritage Center & Kūaliʻi

A New Exhibit about the History of Honolulu Hale Opens June 10

Project Spotlight: The Honolulu Hale Through the Times exhibit was unveiled in June 2017 and will be displayed in the 3rd floor gallery of Honolulu Hale until the end of June 2017 in celebration of the building and the people who have contributed to its evolution over the years. The [...]

June 9th, 2017|Comments Off on A New Exhibit about the History of Honolulu Hale Opens June 10

Preservation Awards Spotlight: Hilton Hawaiian Village’s History Wall Exhibit

Project Spotlight:  Hilton Hawaiian Village's History Wall was unveiled in 2016, in celebration of the Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort's 55th anniversary. The Exhibit is a wonder to behold. One can literally lose oneself in the past perusing the panels and taking in all the details. One things's for sure, after spending [...]

May 18th, 2017|Comments Off on Preservation Awards Spotlight: Hilton Hawaiian Village’s History Wall Exhibit

Preservation Awards Spotlight: Naval Air Station Barbers Point

NAS Barber Point's Storied History By Kristen Pedersen  Naval Air Station Barbers Point Entrance Who was Barber? Barbers Point was named for Henry Barber, the captain of the Arthur, a 100-foot British vessel that ran aground at the point during a storm in 1796. According to various sources, [...]

May 17th, 2017|Comments Off on Preservation Awards Spotlight: Naval Air Station Barbers Point

Preservation Awards Spotlight: Reflections on Talk Story on the Land Hikes at the Nu‘u Refuge

The Hawaiian Islands Land Trust’s Talk Story on the Land environmental education series, a free, public hike series on properties protected by the Hawaiian Island Land Trust, will receive a Preservation Commendation at the 2017 Preservation Honor Awards.   The program provides residents and visitors the opportunity to visit these lands [...]

May 15th, 2017|Comments Off on Preservation Awards Spotlight: Reflections on Talk Story on the Land Hikes at the Nu‘u Refuge