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Descripción de editorial
On February 18, 1977, a decision and final order was entered by the circuit court of the second circuit which upheld the validity of the revised Maui County charter provisions and denied the injunction prayed for by the plaintiffs-appellants (hereinafter appellants), Hawaii Government Employees' Association, American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, Local 152, AFL-CIO; Leona C. Cravalho; Alvin M. Cortez; Charldine J. Apo; James M. Izumi; Misao Kubota, Reynante Tagorda, Robert K. Ohigashi, King Palmer, and James M. Watari, members of the Civil Service Commission, County of Maui; Donald Rickard, Joe Y. Kawamura, Toku Arakaki, Hattie Lopes, Edward Haole, David Nobriga, and Henry K. Koja, members of the Board of Water Supply, County of Maui; Hideo Niibu, Frank Gouveia, Pepito Ragasa, Hannibal Tavares, Wallette Pellegrino, and George Tamura, members of the Police Commission, County of Maui; Joseph Souza, and John Arisumi, Richard Caldito, Sr., Pauline Castanera, and Tokumi Tokuhisa, members of the Liquor Control Commission, County of Maui. Appellants now appeal to us from those adverse portions of the decision and final order.*fn1 The defendants-appellees (hereinafter appellees) are the County of Maui and its duly elected, qualified and acting mayor, Elmer F. Cravalho.