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A6 HAWAII HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 2003 24,000 acres of protected land named on Molokai The acreage for rare plants is down from the proposed'43,000 By Plana Leone dleonestarbulletin.com . In announcing yesterda,1 tnat n,iSS acres of land on Molokai will be named critical habitat for endangered plants, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service continued its trend of downsizing the acres on each island that it gives that designation. The original proposal last year identified 43,532 acres on Molokai as potential critical habitat. Based on new information received during the public-comment periods or gathered during field visits, areas that do not provide the habitat needed by the species or are not essential for their conservation were eliminated in the final rule, a Fish and Wildlife release said. A federal court order is requiring the agency to name critical habitats for endangered plants on each Hawaiian island. On Molokai, there are 41 threatened and endangered plants. Half the acreage designated as critical habitat-is privately held; the remainder is state land, except for three acres under National Park Service jurisdiction. "Thirty-five of these plant species are found on other Hawaiian islands in addition to Molokai," said Paul Henson, field supervisor for Fish & Wildlife's Pacific Islands office. "In some cases, we were able to eliminate areas proposed for critical habitat status on this island because better habitat for the plants exists elsewhere." Copies of the final rule were published in yesterday's edition of the Federal Register, which is available at the Fish & Wildlife Service Web site, paci-ficislands.fws.gov. Copies can be obtained by calling the service's Honolulu office at (808) 541-3441. sales final -"as Phone 682-7770 Stora IJ J A The Do Not Disturb r-m, A1 AQQ l.MALnHN Cfr Take H-1, Exit 1 IfHo Campbell Ind. Park. Lrft on Malahole (2nd light), y I "HOY iXOmgnCina 91. n,lM m Komohara.AcrMlmajtrBetlrom Hawaii flacaway Park. 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Thirteen students and their Klnstructor provided free labor yesterday and plan to complete renovations to the two-story building at Kuhio Avenue and Kaiolu Street in Waikiki tomorrow. "The space has been uninhabitable," said director Lynn Becker. "They're bein just wonderful." The Care-a-Van Program, Friendly Neighbors Program and Wellness Program must move from their present site, 417 Launiu St., because their building has been sold. Owners Magoon Estate offered the Kaiolu Street building to the programs, which assist the homeless, elderly and HIVAIDS patients, until they can find a permanent home. Mink to be By Ben Dobbin Associated Press SENECA FALLS, N.Y. The late U.S. Rep. Patsy Mink is one of 12 women who will be inducted in the National Women's Hall of Fame, organizers announced yesterday. Mink joins Gertrude Ederle, the first woman to swim across the English Channel, and Saca-gawea, the Shoshone woman who helped guide Lewis and Clark to the Pacific, in this year's honor roll. In announcing Mink as an honoree, Hall of Fame officials praised the congresswoman as someone who "opened doors for women and minorities." Special mention was made of Mink's push for passage of Title IX, the legislation recently renamed in her honor which mandated equal treatment of wesf Is" Simmons Gw. ' FACTORY OUTLET Hour: Monday-Friday 7am-3:30pm TOOLS, CUSSES & FINDINGS HB1 Mon - Frl lOam - 6pm Sat 9am - 5pm ring 40 chart-topping pop hits from the '60$. Ladies, this one's for you! 988-6131 aids health Cwmmmmmmmixyymrrmwm OEAN SENSUI DSENSUieSTARBUUETIN.COM William Parker and John Dela Cruz, Honolulu Community College carpentry students, measured and cut studs and filler strips yesterday to help repair a temporary home for three Waikiki Health Center programs. HCC is supplying both manpower and materials to deal with the task of making the run-down building habitable. - - "After the students graduate, "I try to give them more work "Being able to come out and the contractors say they don't experience in doing these com- help out with something that I'm have enough work experience," munity projects. The students learning and have them benefit carpentry Instructor Jeff Uyeda seem enthused in helping oth- from . . . It's really good," carpen- said. ers,"hesaid. try student Gloria Garcia said. inducted in Patsy Mink: The late House member wins praise for opening doors for women and minorities t j- v. 't.' women in academia and school athletics. Mink was also lauded as the nation's first Asian-American congresswoman who "worked tirelessly to open opportunities" for other immigrants. Mink, who served in the U.S. House of Representatives for 24 years over two different stretches, died Sept. 28 at age 74. ' ;. 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Padayao, 46, an 18-year HPD veteran, was laying flares at the scene of a car crash in Kahaluu on April 30, 2001, when a speeding truck struck him, throwing him into the path of another car traveling In the opposite direction. Kauai Freight officials face tax fraud charges LIHUE The two principal officers of Kauai Freight Service Inc., one of the largest trucking companies on Kauai, have been indicted on charges of tax evasion, theft and failure to file tax returns, the state Department of Taxation announced yesterday. Stephen Girald and his wife Ashlet Girald each face up to 22 years in prison and fines totaling $300,000. The company is facing fines totaling $700,000. A Kauai grand jury handed down the indictments charging the Giralds with: Failing to file public service company tax returns for 1999 and 2000. Failing to file general excise tax returns for 1998 and 1999. Failing to file withholding tax returns for 1998, 1999 and 2000. Theft for failing to pay over withholding taxes on employees' wages to the state Tax , Department. Tax evasion by falsifying business records and concealing income and assets of Kauai Freight Service Inc. Stephen Girald had no comment yesterday. Star-Bulletin staff Orthodontist Phone 596-8118 DRAPERY MINI-BUNDS DRAPERY Visa Master Card Discover American Express Cards Accepted fares now available for mm www.manoavalleytheatre.com T H I A T K I l M-'H.t K.Vfl I VV I j. A

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