OHA Launches Survey For Input on Mauna Kea and TMT
By Maui Now Staff
The Office of Hawaiian Affairs is seeking responses to an anonymous five-question survey to provide its Board of Trustees helpful information for the Board’s upcoming meeting this Thursday, April 30, on the planned Mauna Kea thirty-meter telescope or TMT.
The survey asks participants about how possible OHA stances on the project affects their views regarding OHA’s efforts to fulfill its mission to improve the conditions of Native Hawaiians.
The survey results will serve as a general indicator of people’s views for the Board’s consideration.
The survey is limited to one response per computer.
The questions include:
1. If OHA trustees were to reaffirm their stance supporting the location of the planned thirty-meter telescope “TMT” on Mauna Kea, how would that affect your views regarding OHA’s efforts to fulfill its mission to improve the conditions of Native Hawaiians? (Rank on a five tiered scale that includes options ranging from negative impact to no impact and positive impact.)
Click here to go directly to the survey.