Rep. Pouha delivers the Hawaiian “Word of the Day” E ola mau ka ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi!

Representative Feki Pouha delivers the Hawaiian “Word of the Day” on Feb. 04, 2016.   E ola mau ka ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi!  (May the Hawaiian language live forever!)

At the beginning of session on the House Floor earlier today, I announced the Hawaiian Word of the Day: “Mau”

“Mau” is defined as steady, constant, perpetual, to continue, preserve, and endure. The Hawaii State Government is making a concerted effort to preserve and perpetuate the Hawaiian Language through various means, including the printing of various official government documents in the Hawaiian Language.

Contact:  Excerpt from Capitol TV

Rep. Feki Pouha Town Hall Meeting – How a Bill Becomes Law

Representative Feki Pouha proudly Representing House District 47: Waialua, Haleiwa, Kawailoa, Pupukea, Sunset, Kawela Bay, Turtle Bay, Kahuku, Laie, Hauula, Punaluu, Kahana, Kaaawa, Kualoa, Hakipuu, Waikane, and Waiahole shares How a Bill Becomes Law at the Hawaii State Capitol.  Also, featured are members of the “We the People” civic club from Kahuku High School.


Rep. Pouha asks the Superintendent of the DOE about plans for Kahuku

Representative Feki Pouha is concerned about the facilities at Kahuku High & Intermediate School. He asked Kathryn Matayoshi, Superintendent of Education and Dann Carlson of Facilities and Support services for the Department of Education, “what are the plans for Kahuku?”

  1. Kahuku High School Facilities Improvement;
  2. Weighted Student Formula for smaller public schools; and
  3. Hawaiian Indigenous Foods in Public School meals:

Ward Jan 7 PouhaContact:  Except from Capitol TV – Informational Briefing, Committee on Way and Means and Committee on Finance, January 07, 2015



Rep. Pouha asks AG about “Lessons Learned” from Turtle Bay

Representative Feki Pouha thanks Attorney General Doug Chin and asks about “lessons learned” from the Turtle Bay Resort Conservation Easement Agreement during budget briefings in the joint Ways and Means and Finance committee hearing on January 5, 2016.

The Turtle Bay Resort Conservation Easement Agreement provides perpetual public access to four miles of coastline and eight miles of trails that Turtle Bay Resort is solely responsible for in terms of maintenance, security and liability. It resolved long-time development disputes involving the State, City, and community, and protects in perpetuity 4% of Oahu’s coastline.


Rep Pouha Jan 6 Ways and MeanContact:

Talk Story with Rep. Feki Pouha – DOT June 2015

Representative Feki Pouha discusses Department of Transportation is issues with Representative Jarrett Keohokalole and Edwin H. Sniffen, Deputy Director of DOT.   Follow DOT on Facebook and Twitter (DOTHawaii) for road work updates.

Reps Pouha Keohokalole and Ed Sniffen Olelo 2015

Representative Feki Pouha, Edwin Sniffen, Deputy Director of the DOT and Representative Jarrett Keohokalole