Senator Espero and the Hawaii Broadband TaskForce meet at the Capitol to discuss future needs of the state.
WWII Honouliuli internment camp survivors are honored at the State Capitol.
Senator Espero and the WorkforceDevelopment Council discuss labor issues.
Democrat Majority caucus members meet to discuss important Legislation.
Representatives and senators convene in the Senate chambers.
Councilman Todd Apo and Senator Esperosponsor a community meeting in Ewa Beach.
Oahu Metropolitan PlanningOrganization (OMPO) honors community participants.
OMPO assists the federal government as it helps distribute federal funding for local transportation projects. Senator Espero has served onOMPO for over 6 years and has helped direct millions offederal funds to the Ewa Beach and West Oahu regions.
The new North-South Road on the Ewa Plainis a $150 million project funded by OMPO & the Legislature.
Ft. Weaver Road WideningOMPO / Legislature Funded
Board of Education member BreeneHarimoto discusses education concerns on Olelo TV.
The senator reads to students at Ewa Elementary School.
The Waipahu Intermediate School chorus performs for the community.
Senator Espero’s vision and support of the aerospace industry led to the creation of the state Office of Aerospace Development. Hawaii will play a key role in space tourism, small satellite launches, and testing to help get an American back to the moon by 2020. NASA, Lockheed Martin, BAE, Boeing, Trex Hawaii and many other aerospace businesses and entities are currently active in Hawaii.
Aerospace Conference Speakers: John Strom,Enterprise Hawaii - Chris Moore, NASA HQs - Bill Larson, Kennedy Space Center
Since the majority ofprisoners are eventuallyreleased, Senator Espero hasbeen an advocate for morere-entry and rehabilitationprograms and services forinmates to help them becomeproductive, contributingmembers of our society.