In anticipation of his fourth State of the State Address, Gov. Neil Abercrombie shared his administration's accomplishments over the past three years with the state Legislature, news media and the general public.
The accomplishments highlight the Abercrombie Administration's commitment to growing a sustainable economy, investing in people, and transforming state government.
"This administration has made significant strides in restoring the state's fiscal health, strengthening the local economy, and paving the way for universal access to preschool in Hawaii. Prior to my State of the State Address, I felt it important to take stock and review our progress in order to gain perspective and guide our way forward," Gov. Abercrombie said. "None of these accomplishments would be possible without dedicated and creative public employees, who work tirelessly, each and every day, to make Hawaii a better place for all of us."
The highlighted accomplishments are available on the Governor's website at: http://governor.hawaii.gov/blog/2010-2013-abercrombie-administration-accomplishments/
The Governor's State of the State Address is scheduled for 10 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 21, at the Hawaii State Capitol, House Chambers.