HONOLULU — At least three meetings of state boards or commissions have been canceled for lack of quorums as members resign because of Hawaii’s new public disclosure law.
The Honolulu-Star-Advertiser reports 18 commission members have resigned.
The resignations meant the state Land Use Commission did not have enough members to meet Wednesday.
A University of Hawaii Board of Regents Committee on Community Colleges meeting scheduled for Thursday was canceled due to lack of quorum.
A meeting Thursday of the Hawaii Housing Finance and Development Corp. also was canceled.
The disclosure law took effect Tuesday.
Four regents have resigned, as have five members of the nine-person Land Use Commission.
The disclosure bill passed the Hawaii Legislature unanimously.