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Diamond Head, Kapahulu, Saint Louis Neighborhood Board No. 5 9 Posted For LAST MEETING (FEBRUARY 12, 2017)
Diamond Head/ Kapahulu/ St. Louis Neighborhood Board No. 5
DRAFT -- REGULAR MEETING MINUTES
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2017
ALA WAI CLUB HOUSE
CALL TO ORDER: Chair West called the meeting to order at 6:30 p.m. A quorum was established with 12 members present. (Note -- This 15-member Board requires eight (8) members to establish quorum and to take official Board action.)
Members Present: Julia Allen, Juditch Bowman (appointed at this meeting), Richard Figluzzi, Michelle Matso, Barbara Miller, Bert Narita, Keolu Peralto, Don Persons, Laura St. Denis, Jerry Wanager, Bryn Villers, George West, George Waialeale (arrived at 7:30 p.m.), and Linda Wong.
Members Absent: Bertha Nahoopii.
Guests: Captain Brett Mau (Honolulu Fire Department), Sergeant Stacy Christensen, Lieutenant Clinton Sukekane, and Lieutenant Chi Hun So Shawn Akau (Honolulu Police Department), Ann Wong (Board of Water Supply), Walea Constantinau (Mayor Caldwell's Representative, Honolulu Film Office), Councilmember Ann Kobayashi, Andrew Tan (Senator Stanley Chang's Office), Michelle Herr (State Representative Scott Nishimoto's office), House Speaker Emeritus Calvin Say, Kirk Tsuneyoshi (City Council Offices); Judith Bowman, Wayne and Moreen Swan, Susan Morton, Franklin Chung, Daisy Murai, Barbra Service (Residents); and James Skizewski (Neighborhood Commission Office).
Announcements: For all wishing to speak on items not already on the agenda, please fill out a Community Concern form at the front desk and turn into the Chair or Neighborhood Assistant.
PUBLIC SAFETY REPORTS
Honolulu Fire Department (HFD - Waikiki Station): Captain Brett Mau reported the following
• December 2016 Fire Statistics -- There were 4 structure fires, 3 cooking fires, 7 nuisance fires, and 27 activated alarms. There were 227 medical emergencies, 5 motor vehicle collision with pedestrian, 7 motor vehicle crashes/collisions, and 6 hazardous materials incidents.
• Safety Tip: Electrical Safety:
o Plug one (1) heat-producing appliance (coffee maker, toaster, etc.) into a wall receptacle outlet at a time.
o Major appliances (refrigerators, dryers, stoves, etc.) should be plugged directly into a wall receptacle outlet. Extension cords and power taps or strips should not be used.
o Ensure electrical cords are not running across doorways or under carpets.
o Extension cords are intended for temporary use. Have a licensed electrician install additional receptacle outlets to eliminate the need for extension cords.
o Ensure that electrical work is performed by a licensed electrician.
• Incident Reports: Captain Mau reported that the firefighter incident investigation involving the rescue motor craft has concluded and HFD will make the proper corrections. For more information call the HFD community relations department at 723-7180. Captain Mau also reported that the incident at Diamond Head is still being investigated.
Honolulu Police Department (HPD - District Six (6) Waikiki/Diamond Head): Sergeant Christensen reported the following:
• December 2016 Statistics: There were 5 robberies, 7 burglaries, 167 thefts of all kind, 33 unauthorized entries into a motor vehicle (UEMV), 41 aggravated and simple assaults, 5 sex crimes, 27 speeding citations, 659 parking citations, 4 citations for loud mufflers, 41 park closure warnings, 196 citations for violation of park closure hours, 6 arrests for violations park closure hours and 3,888 total calls of service.
Questions, comments, and concerns followed:
1. Diamond Head State Monument: Michelle Matson asked and Sergeant Christensen responded that Diamond Head State Monument is in District Seven (7).
2. Kepuhi Street: A resident raised concerns with increased speeding on Kepuhi Street and Lieutenant Sukekane responded that he will look into the matter.
3. Abandoned Cars: Linda Wong noted a complaint she received regarding abandoned cars in the Pualei Circle area and Sergeant Christensen urged the community to call 9-1-1 when an abandoned cars is recognized to provide the vehicle information. Sergeant Christensen explained that cars are deemed abandoned when they are not moved for over 24 hours. Linda Wong requested paper reports for the statistics of District Six (6).
4. Abandoned Vehicle: Michelle Matson reported an abandoned vehicle in the Kapiolani Park area near the tennis courts that is overflowing with trash and is abandoned. Sergeant Christensen noted that HPD will look into the matter.
Honolulu Police Department (HPD - District Seven (7) Kapahulu/St. Louis Heights): Lieutenant Sukekane circulated a report and announced the following:
• December 2016 Statistics: There was 3 motor vehicle theft, 5 burglaries, 24 thefts, 11 unauthorized entries into a motor vehicle (UEMV), and 6,710 calls for service in District seven (7).
• Safety Tips -- Telephone Scams: Lieutenant Sukekane circulated a handout outlining tips to protect the community from telephone scams. Treat all calls that seem suspicious as a scam. These scammers use personal information they obtain through various means to make their call seem legitimate. Be cautious and suspicious when receiving these types of calls. Never give out your personal information or confirm it over the phone. Above all, do not give money to strangers over the phone. If you or someone you know has been a victim of a crime similar to this, please call 911 and report it.
Board of Water Supply (BWS): Ann Wong reported the following:
• Main Break Report: Wong noted that the main break report was not available.
• General Water Announcements
o Rain Water Recapture and Reuse -- The BWS is partnering with the City Department of Facility Maintenance (DFM) -- Storm Water Quality Branch in an effort to encourage water conservation with rain water recapture and reuse. Oahu's storm drains are separate from the sewer system and are specifically designed to handle rain water run-off to prevent flooding in developed areas. By reducing the amount of water that enters storm drains, methods such as a rain barrel catchment system, rain gardens, and xeriscaping can reduce the negative effects on streams and beaches when rain water picks up debris and pollutants from the ground. The BWS estimates the average home uses 50 percent of their water outdoors. By installing a rain barrel catchment system at your home, you are helping the BWS to preserve Oahu's water resources and encourage water conservation. A rain barrel catchment system allows you to capture rain water for use with outdoor, non-drinking water activities, such as non-edible plant irrigation. The BWS encourages its use because it reduces the amount of drinking water used for non-drinking purposes. For information about rain barrel catchment systems, visit www.boardofwatersuply.com/conservation and for more information about reducing storm water run-off, visit www.cleanwaterhonolulu.com.
o Halawa Xeriscape Garden Workshops -- The BWS and Friends of Halawa Xeriscape Garden continue to offer workshops that highlight the concept of xeriscaping -- an innovative means of conserving water through efficient landscaping. These workshops offer creative ideas to help you maintain a water efficient and attractive landscape while reducing your outdoor water use and reliance on harmful chemical pesticides. A full list of xeriscape workshops is available at, www.boardofwatersupply.com. Here is a list of the new upcoming workshops:
Friday, February 10, 2017: Sunflower Garden Art
Friday, February 17, 2017: Benefits of Companion Gardening
Friday, March 3, 2017: Magnificent Neem
• Diamond Head Reservoir Tank: Ann Wong noted that BWS has continued to monitor the Diamond Head Reservoir and urged the community to call 9-1-1 if any suspicious activity is seen in the area.
• Kapahulu Water System Improvements: Wong noted new service laterals will be installed on Second Avenue and should be completed by the end of February 2017. Wong added that the portion of Kaimuki Avenue from Kapahulu Avenue and Fourth Avenue is slated for the next area to be improved.
• Booster Station Trimming: Wong noted she will follow up next month on the concern brought forth before the meeting by board member Richard Figliuzzi regarding tree trimming near a booster station.
BOARD VACANCY: Judith Bowman volunteered to fill the vacancy in Sub district three (3). She noted her previous experiences as a member of the United States Navy and Army museum director. Judith Bowman noted her affiliation with her employment restricted her from getting involved in the community but now that she is retired she explained her desire to serve on the board.
Laura St. Denis nominated Bowman to fill the board vacancy of sub district three (3). Questions followed: District Residence: Michelle Matson asked and Bowman responded that she has lived in sub district three (3) for 30 years. Bowman noted that during her time working with the federal government she was too busy to serve on any neighborhood board but noted her affiliation with her condominium association board, Diamond Head Community Garden, and Elks Lodge. Michelle Matson noted that Bowman's experience will benefit the board.
Chair West called a recess to the meeting at 6:48 p.m., the neighborhood assistant confirmed Bowman's residence.
Chair West called the meeting back to order at 6:49 p.m.
Hearing no objections, Judith Bowman was appointed to fill the vacancy of sub-district three (3) by UNANIMOUS CONSENT, 12-0-0 (Aye: Allen, Figluzzi, Matson, Miller, Narita, Peralto, Persons, St. Denis, Wanager, Villers, West and Wong; Nay: None; Abstain: None ;).
Chair West called a recess to the meeting at 6:50 p.m., the neighborhood assistant administered the oath of office.
Chair West called the meeting back to order at 6:51 p.m. Judith Bowman joined the board, 13 members present.
Filing of Board Position Secretary: Barbara Miller Nominated Richard Figliuzzi for board secretary. Hearing no additional nominations, Richard Figliuzzi was appointed board secretary by UNANIMOUS CONSENT, 13-0-0 (Aye: Allen, Bowman, Figluzzi, Matson, Miller, Narita, Peralto, Persons, St. Denis, Wanager, Villers, West and Wong; Nay: None; Abstain: None ;).
PUBLIC EVENTS AND NOTICES: Chair West reported the following:
• Sunday, February 5, 2017 Johnny Faerber 10K Run. Permit application approved
• Sunday, March 5, 2017, Hawaii Pacific Health Women's 10k Run, Permit application submitted
• Sunday, March 12, 2017, Honolulu Rainbow Ekiden Race, permit application submitted
• Sunday, March 12, 2017, Honolulu Festivals Parade, permit application submitted
• Friday, March 17, 2017, St. Patrick's Day Parade, permit application submitted
• Saturday, March 25, 2017, Prince Kuhio Commemoration Parade, permit application submitted
Kapahulu Avenue Park Update: Chair West announced that four (4) City and County of Honolulu departments including the Department of Transportation Services (DTS), Department of Enterprise Services (DES), Department of Facility Management (DFM) and the Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) are reviewing the memorandum of understanding (MOU) regarding the proposal to have a stretch of the Kapahulu Bike Path be subject to City and County of Honolulu Park Hours. Chair West noted he will continue to update the board. Michelle Matson asked and Chair West responded that the location in question is the same area that was presented on at a past meeting along the Kapahulu Bike Way. Chair West explained that the logic of the MOU is to allow DPR to enforce park closure hours which the board has supported.
Medical Marijuana Dispensary at 727 Kapahulu Avenue: Chair West noted that he has contacted the City and County of Honolulu and the State of Hawaii regarding the Marijuana Dispensary. Chair West added that he has received correspondences from Komita of a permit consultant firm that was hired by the dispensary. Chair West requested Komita bring a presentation before the board. Chair west will continue to update the board. Michelle Matson added that this dispensary will be at the old Bank of Hawaii building and could contain a vault. Chair West responded that as marijuana dispensaries in Hawaii are not federally legal, banks may not be able to take their cash which is why they may have to keep the money in house.
Top Golf: Resident Frankling Chung informed the board of two (2) articles that have been written recently pertaining to Top Golf coming to Hawaii. Top Golf is a two (2) to three (3) story driving range which has restaurants, nightclubs, and bars which are present in 30 cities across the country. The first article was in Pacific Business News on Tuesday, January 24, 2017 where Mark Rolfing of the Golf Channel stated he was working with the City and County of Honolulu to bring Top Golf to the Ala Wai Golf Course. Chung added that the current driving range was recently renovated that cost the City and County of Honolulu one (1) million dollars. The second article came out on Thursday, February 2, 2017, in the Star Advertiser which mentioned Senator Glenn Wakai wanting to bring Top Golf to the Aloha Stadium property. Chung concluded that he just wanted to bring attention of the board to the potential of Top Golf coming to Honolulu and is worried about non-golf development in the Ala Wai Golf Course area.
Questions, comments, and concerns followed:
1. Mark Rolfing: Bert Narita asked and Chung responded that Mark Rolfing was the Director of Marketing at Kapalua Golf Course and is a broadcaster on the Golf Channel. Last year he was on the Lieutenant Governor's Sports advisory committee. Chung added that the article was ambiguous but is highlighting efforts to bring Top Golf to Hawaii. Bert Narita requested additional information on the proposal's legislative support. Chair West noted he will look into the matter and have it on future agendas.
2. Executive Order: Michelle Matson noted there may be an Executive Order (EO) that sets aside the land for the Ala Wai Golf Course and could have statutory requirements to have the area maintained as a golf course. Michelle Matson added that she will look into the issue to make sure the land is protected. Chung responded that the EO in question was from the State of Hawaii and it allows the City and County of Honolulu to manage the Ala Wai Golf Course.
3. Date of Articles: Linda Wong asked and Chung provided the articles. The date of the Pacific Business News article was on Tuesday, January 24, 2017 and the Star Advertiser article appeared on Thursday, February 2, 2017.
Councilmember Ann Kobayashi: Cliff Kaneshiro of Councilmember Ann Kobayashi's office circulated a handout and reported the following:
• Full Council Meeting: A full City Council meeting will be held on Wednesday, February 22, 2017.
• Committee Meetings: Councilmember Kobayashi as Chair of the Parks committee will be visiting as many parks as possible to recognize how the City Council can best improve parks across the island.
• Palolo Chinese Home: On Wednesday, January 25, 2017 the Council congratulated and honored Palolo Chinese home for 120 year of exceptional contributions to the community.
Questions, comments, and concerns followed:
1. Bill Eight (8): Laura St. Denis asked if Bill Eight (8) will effect Kapiolani Park and other parks in this district. Kaneshiro noted he will find out and report back to the board.
2. Resolution 1739 Thomas Square: Michelle Matson noted that Resolution 1739 requesting that the city administration maintain Thomas Square as a public park is up for adoption on Wednesday, February 22, 2017 as it has recently passed out of committee. Michelle Matson added that Resolution 1739 is only a recommendation to the Mayor.
3. General Excise Tax (GET) Extension: Bert Narita noted the video testimony where Mayor Caldwell stated that the City has to pay the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation (HART) $1.55 million while the city has only received $400,000. Bert Narita added that according to national media the rail project is not listed as a major federal project and requested clarification regarding the facts of the matter. Julia Allen added that the City and County of Honolulu has received $800,000 in funds.
Councilmember Trevor Ozawa: Councilmember Ozawa's Office contacted Chair West notifying him he would be unable to attend and Chair West reported the following:
• Bill 68: Councilmember Ozawa did not support Bill 68 which would authorize the Director of Enterprise Services (DES) to set the admission fees for the Honolulu Zoo.
• Marijuana Dispensary: Councilmember Ozawa's staff has left a message with the medical dispensary office and are still awaiting a response.
Hearing no objections, Chair West moved to agenda item "Mayor Caldwell's Representative".
Mayor Kirk Caldwell's Representative: Walea Constantinau (Honolulu Film Office) circulated Oahu News and reported the following
• Follow Ups:
o Zoo Admission Fees: DES stated that presently, changes to Honolulu Zoo admission fees must go before the City Council for approval. Councilmember Pine introduced Bill 68 that would allow the Director of Enterprise Services to change Zoo fees by Administrative Rule. By statute, Administrative Rules can be changed with 30 day notice of a public hearing on the subject.
o Crosswalk Study: Constantinau noted she is still working to get the board the requested crosswalk study.
o Medical Marijuana Site Selection: The Department of Planning and Permitting (DPP) stated that Medical marijuana production and dispensing are primarily regulated by State law, Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS), Chapter 329D. The State has guidelines for location and site selection related to surrounding uses (see HRS 329D-22). The Department of Planning and Permitting (DPP) regulates land uses through the Land Use Ordinance (LUO) Chapter 21, Revised Ordinances of Honolulu], including the production and sale of medical marijuana products. The DPP determined that a "production center," as defined by the HRS, should be treated as a plant nursery or crop production, as defined in the LUO. The LUO allows plant nursery uses in the AG-1 Restricted Agricultural, AG-2 General Agricultural, I-1 Limited Industrial, I-2 Intensive Agricultural, and IMX-1 Industrial-Commercial Mixed Use Districts. Crop production is also permitted in these zoning districts, as well as the P-2 General Preservation and Country Districts. "Dispensaries," as defined in the HRS, will be treated as retail establishments, which are permitted in the Resort, B-1 Neighborhood Business, B-2 Community Business, BMX-3 Community Business Mixed Use, BMX-4 Central Business Mixed Use, and IMX-1 Districts, as well as the Waikiki Special District Resort Mixed Use Precinct and Apartment Mixed Use Subprecinct. The City does not require applicants requesting to produce, manufacture, or dispense medical marijuana to inform the Neighborhood Board. DPP suggests the requestor contact the State Department of Health (DOH) for their procedures and/or rules regarding the establishment of medical marijuana production centers and dispensaries.
o Resurfacing Saint Louis Drive: The Department of Design and Construction (DDC) stated that the Rehabilitation of Localized Streets, Phase 14B project will rehabilitate streets in the St. Louis Heights area. The construction contract has been executed and the construction start is pending the Contractor obtaining the required permits.
Questions, comments, and concerns followed:
1. Sidewalk Repair: Laura St. Denis noted that the Sidewalk on Leahi Avenue in the Waikiki Elementary School Area to Pualei Circle needs repair and is causing pedestrians to walk in the street.
2. Hart Received Monies: Bert Narita requested information regarding the amount of money that has been received by HART from the Federal Government.
3. Sidewalk Project: Chair West requested an update on the sidewalk project from Monsarrat Avenue to Kanaina Avenue.
Governor David Ige's Representative: No representative present no report provided.
Hearing no objections, Chair West moved to agenda item "Councilmember Ann Kobayashi".
Councilmember Ann Kobayashi: Councilmember Kobayashi noted that she will stand by Kaneshiro's report and welcomed questions: Resolution 1739: Michelle Matson asked and Councilmember Kobayashi responded that Resolution 1739 is up for Council adoption on Wednesday, February 22, 2017. Councilmember Kobayashi noted her concerns regarding the loss of parks. Linda Wong asked and Councilmember Kobayashi responded that the park is now boarded up as they work on upgrading the park and walkways. Councilmember Kobayashi noted she has inquired about the costs of the wood to produce the boarding of the perimeter and if the wood can be recycled after the boards are removed.
Senator Stanley Chang: Andrew Tan circulated a handout and reported the following:
• Diamond Head State Monument Park: Tan noted he has been working with Michelle Matson to expand Diamond Head Monument State park to include a visitor center. Senate Bill (SB) 847 which authorizes the issuance of general obligation bonds for the planning, design, and construction of a visitor and interpretive center at Diamond Head State Monument is up for hearing. Tan urged the community to submit testimony in person or online. The hearing will be held on Tuesday, February 14, 2017 starting at 3:15 p.m. in room 229.
• Homelessness: Tan listed bills relating to addressing homelessness including SB 268 which appropriates funds to the department of human services to create an integrated database of certain information related to homeless individuals for providers of homeless services and study the impact and feasibility of such a database, SB 271 which makes appropriations to state entities to assist with homelessness and housing issues., and SB 347 which appropriates funds for establishing, staffing, and operating two mobile clinics to serve the homeless population.
Representative Scott Nishimoto: Michelle Herr circulated a newsletter and reported the following:
• Town Hall Meeting: A town hall meeting will be held on Wednesday, February 22, 2017 which wil begin at 5:30 p.m. at the McCully Library.
• Community Clean-Up: A recycling event will be held at Jefferson Elementary School on Saturday, February 25, 2017, starting at 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.
• Free Tax Clinic: A free tax clinic will be held on Saturday, April 1, 2017, from 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the State Capitol. The clinic is by appointment only. Please call 808-724-1278 or visit www.hawaiitaxhelp.org for more information.
Questions, comments, and concerns followed:
1. Sport Fantasy Bill: Resident Chung noted his support for Representative Nishimoto's sport fantasy bill.
2. Stance on Top Golf: Michelle Matson requested Representative Nishimoto's stance on Top Golf coming to Honolulu and Herr noted she will pass on the request.
3. Kepuhi Street: A resident noted they contacted Representative Nishimoto's office regarding speeding on Kepuhi Street and asked who else they should contact. Herr responded that when they receive a complaint on City and County of Honolulu property they write to Councilmember Kobayashi office and noted she could help pass on the concern.
House Speaker Emeritus (HSE) Calvin Say: House Speaker Emeritus Calvin Say circulated a handout and reported the following:
• St. Louis Heights: Representative Say passed on correspondence regarding St. Louis Drive's utility poles. Representative Say provided a sample of the real property taxes in the St. Louis Drive area. Representative Say acknowledged Councilmember Kobayashi and Mayor Caldwell as they have been very responsive regarding issues with Saint Louis Drive. Representative Say added that any additional dwelling unit (ADU) projects must also contain additional parking.
Approval of January 12, 2017, Regular Meeting Minutes:
Bryn Villers moved and Keolu Peralto seconded the motion to approve the January 12, 2017, regular meeting minutes as circulated. The motion to approve the January 12, 2017, regular meeting minutes as circulated passed, 11-0-2 (Aye: Allen, Bowman, Figluzzi, Matson, Miller, Narita, Peralto, Persons, St. Denis, Wanager, Villers, and West; Nay: None; Abstain: Matson and Wong ;). Michelle Matson noted that she submitted minimal corrections to the November 2016 minutes in January 2017 and Chair West urged Michelle Matson to resend the correction which then can be taken up in the March 2017 regular meeting.
Vote by Mail Resolution: Barbara Service noted that she sent the correspondence with a resolution requesting the support of the board to urge the legislature to establish an Election by Mail System and she welcomed any questions.
Michelle Matson moved to support the resolution urging the Hawaii State Legislature to establish an Election by Mail System. The motion was not seconded.
House Bill (HB) 60 Relating to Prohibiting Fishing in the Diamond Head Waikiki-Diamond Head Shoreline Fisheries Management Areas: Chair West noted that this legislation would effectively establish a permanent ban on fishing in the Diamond Head area opposed to the current two (2) year alternating ban. Linda Wong noted she has talked with Representative Kobayashi who noted the legislation has a few hurdles with some community groups and the Hawaiian right to fish. Linda Wong added Bruce Anderson of the Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR) who wants to hear the proposal in the summer to incorporate all interested parties. Linda Wong noted that she rescinds her support of the legislation. Laura St. Denis noted her fear of spears in the water and swimmers getting caught in fishing line causing them to be held underwater. Laura St. Denis also noted her concerns for the depletion of fish and therefore supports HB 60. Linda Wong added that with the presence of spearfishing and baiting, sharks will be attracted in a swimming area. Linda Wong also stated that Bruce Andersons and the Department of Aquatic Resources (DAR) will have no issues hearing the measure and prefers to address the issue through a rule chance which they have the authority to do.
Queen's Surf Seawall: Chair West noted that a form wall will be built on the ocean side of the seawall to allow repairs to the seawall. Michelle Matson asked if repairs are being done because of shoreline erosion and Chair West responded that yes repairs are for erosion and that the wall is in need of repair. Comments are being welcomed. Chair West added that replacing the holes would be very difficult so they will build a fronting concrete wall to allow for back fill and repair. Bryn Villers asked and Chair West responded that an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) is being prepared as lots of permitting will be needed. Bryn Villers asked and Chair West responded that a presentation will be requested for the board. Michelle Matson asked and Chair West responded that no rebar will be used. Michelle Matson noted she will have additional questions regarding the project. Laura St Denis noted that photos display the bad state of the wall which is in need of repair.
George Waialeale Three Absence Notice: George Waialeale noted that because of his health condition he was unable to attend meetings. George Waialaale added that also because of his health condition he will be unable to continue but noted that Richard Figliuzzi is very talented. George Waialeale noted support for Chair West and apologized that he couldn't continue as he sold his condo and will be living elsewhere. Chair West thanked Waialeale for his presence. Chair West on behalf of the board recognized Waialeale's service and wished him well. George Waialeale urged the board to always put people first.
Bert Narita moved and Jerry Wanager seconded the motion to take no action on the three absence letter. The motion was passed by unanimous consent, 13-0-0 (Aye: Allen, Bowman, Figluzzi, Matson, Miller, Narita, Peralto, Persons, St. Denis, Wanager, Villers, West and Wong; Nay: None; Abstain: None ;).
Treasurer's report: Bryn Villers read the financial statement of expenditures of January 2017 which totaled $52.27 and reported the remaining balance of $180.92.
Sub district One (1) (St. Louis Heights): Julia Allen added that the next meeting of the Saint Louis Heights Community Association will be held on Monday, February 13, 2017, beginning at 7:00 p.m. at Hokulani Elementary School.
Sub district Three (3) (Diamond Head): Laura St. Denis noted that she will continue to monitor the sea wall and Bill Eight (8). Linda Wong noted dust clouds on Wauke Street near the new Culinary of the Pacific school.
Sub district Two (2) (Kapahulu): No report.
CHAIR'S REPORT/ANNOUNCEMENTS: Announcements: Chair West urged the community to turn in their registration for the coming Neighborhood Board Election.
ADJOURNMENT: As there was no further business before the Board, Chair West adjourned the meeting at 7:48 p.m.
Submitted by: James Skizewski, Neighborhood Assistant
Reviewed by: Relley Araceley, Neighborhood Assistant
Reviewed by: Keolu Peralto, Board Secretary
Finalized by: George West, Chair
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