This site is a culmination of thousands of hours of research, review, creative design, and development over several years, with information spanning generations, much further beyond the constraints of the existence of the Polynesian Cultural Center or the
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Kaleo o Koolauloa community newspaper of Laie, Hauula and Kahuku, 5/09/02
Due to a realignment of the districts, she will no longer be representing us Representative Meyer, you will be sorely missed," said PCC Officer Bobby Akoi.Meyer has been a Windward O'ahu resident for over 30 years and is a stalwart supporter of the Ko'olauloa communities.Now in her eighth year in the State House of Representatives, the Small Business Hawai'i organization named Meyer "Lawmaker of the Year" at its annual conference in January.She is the first woman to co-chair the Small Business Caucus, and the first female legislator to be presented the "Guardian of Small Business" Award for her work on pro-business legislation.Meyer owns and manages a rural shopping complex.