The 101-year-old Historic County Building in Lihu‘e is where Kaua‘i County Council members meet weekly to craft new laws or fine-tune existing ones. The public is always welcome to attend and share testimony.

The 101-year-old Historic County Building in Lihu‘e is where Kaua‘i County Council members meet weekly to craft new laws or fine-tune existing ones. The public is always welcome to attend and share testimony.

I ali‘i no kea li‘i ke kanaka.

“A chief is chief because of the people who serve him.”

Used as a reminder to a chief to consider his people.

Source: ‘Olelo No‘eau, by Mary Kawena Pukui.