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Agency and employee status during approach and passage of LANE is at agency head discretion.
The HPFEB recommends that federal agencies consider early release of employees on Thursday 23 August 2018, with liberal administrative leave/telework.
The HPFEB recommends that employees, with the exception of supervisor directed emergency management personnel be placed in an administrative leave/telework status and not attempt to come to their workplace on Friday 24 August 2018.
The most significant threat from Hurricane LANE remains potentially life threatening flash flooding, and some significant surf/surge and coastal inundation, particularly on the south shore of Oahu.
The designated official at the PJKK Federal Building has announced that the federal building and courthouse complex will be closed to the public commencing at 5 PM HST on Thursday 23 August 2018.
The State of Hawaii has released non-essential employees on Thursday August 23, 2018 and Friday August 24, 2018. Public and private schools on Oahu will be closed on these dates.
Workforce impacts for Monday August 27, 2018 will be assessed after LANE’s passage. Conditions from LANE are currently anticipated to affect Oahu from Friday evening through Sunday, with the possibility of continued rain through early the following week.