(OEQC) and the Environmental Council from the Department of Health (DOH) to the Office of the Governor. This statement does not represent an institutional position of the University of Hawaii. In 1970 when the Office of Environmental Quality Control (OEQC) and the Environmental Council were originally established by Act 132, both were housed in the Office of the Governor. In 1980, in a major reorganizational move to consolidate and transfer many small programs out of the Governor's office to other principal departments according to common purposes and related functions, OEQC and the Environmental Council were transferred to the Department of Health (DOH) for administrative purposes. At the time of the transfer, a number of concerns were raised questioning the efficacy of the transfer and the loss of neutrality of OEQC and the Environmental Council that the attachment to DOH woul

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