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Hawaii Revised Statutes Division 1. Government § 6F-5

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The board shall establish a comprehensive program which shall include, but not be limited, to the following:

(1) Managing and opening the center to the general public for educational, historical, and cultural purposes;

(2) Collecting, preserving, displaying, and interpreting objects and documents that are representative of our judicial heritage;

(3) Cooperating with, and providing technical assistance to the judiciary and other public and private agencies involved in developing and implementing programs in historic preservation activities related to the judiciary;

(4) Conducting research in the field of Hawaiian judicial history and making the benefits of the research and study available to the public;

(5) Stimulating and promoting public interest and awareness of Hawaiian judicial history by providing interpretive and information services for use in the schools of the State which will aid in a better understanding of the history of the judiciary;

(6) Selecting and employing an executive director to serve on a full-time basis who is qualified by training and experience. The executive director shall administer policies and programs approved by the board and exercise supervision over the center's activities;

(7) Employing personnel as required to operate and maintain the center. Employees of the center shall be exempt from chapter 76, and shall not be considered civil service employees but shall be entitled to any employee benefit plan normally inuring to civil service employees; and

(8) Doing other things necessary to accomplish the purposes of this chapter including the adoption, amending, or repeal of rules.

Cite this article: - Hawaii Revised Statutes Division 1. Government § 6F-5 - last updated January 01, 2019 |

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