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Kaimuki Neighborhood Board No. 4

DRAFT REGULAR MEETING MINUTES

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 2017

KAIMUKI CHRISTIAN CHURCH, FELLOWSHIP HALL

CALL TO ORDER -- Chair Lyle Bullock Jr. called the meeting to order at 7:02 p.m. A quorum was established with seven (7) members present. Note: This 11-member Board requires six (6) members to establish a quorum and to take official Board action.

Board Members Present -- Lyle Bullock Jr., Mark Hagadone, Paul Hoe, Brian Kang, Marilyn Moniz-Kahoohanohano, Sharon Schneider, Lori Yamada (arrived at 7:05 p.m.), and Stephanie Nagai.

Board Members Absent -- None.

Guests -- Lieutenant Roy Hayamoto and Sergeant Clifford Ramson (Honolulu Police Department); Captain Jay Shimabuku and Fire Fighter I Alan Castillo (Honolulu Fire Department); Lorna Heller, and John Farmer (Board of Water Supply); Cameron Sato (Senator Stanley Chang's Office); Director Mark Wong (Mayor Kirk Caldwell's Representative); Leonard Hoshijo (Governor David Ige's Representative); Karen Yorimoto (Councilmember Trevor Ozawa's Office); Representative Calvin Say; Senator Les Ihara Jr.; Representative Bertrand Kobayashi; Barbara Service (League of Women Voters); Calvin Harc; Becky Gardner; Julia Allen; Ron Leiker; Eric McCutcheon; Kristy Phillips; Judiah Phillips; and Brittany Yadao (Neighborhood Commission Office).

PUBLIC SAFETY REPORTS

Honolulu Police Department (HPD) -- Lieutenant Roy Hayamoto reported the following:

• February 2017 Statistics: There were 6 motor vehicle thefts, 9 burglaries, 21 thefts, 22 unauthorized entries into motor vehicles (UEMV) and 6,001 total calls for service.

• Safety Tip: A handout on Stop Criminals from Acquiring your Money (SCAM) was distributed and available at the back table.

Questions, comments and concerns followed:

1. Freight Loading Zone: Chair Bullock noted his observation of cars parking where a sign reads "No Parking from Corner to Here; Authorized Freight Loading Zone." Lieutenant Hayamoto replied that anyone observing a vehicle parked in a "No Parking" area should call 911. Chair Bullock asked that HPD check the area of Kokohead Avenue and the corner of Waialae Avenue, in front of the Crack Seed store.

2. Parking: Schneider noted that there have been issues with residents parking at the turn of a street, on the hill by her residence. This is a hazard for drivers as they are forced to drive in the other lane. Lieutenant Hayamoto replied that she could call 911.

3. 311 Application: Hagadone asked and Lieutenant Hayamoto replied that complaints from the 311 application do not automatically get sent to HPD but the information does eventually filter down to them. Lieutenant Hayamoto added that concerns can be sent directly to HPD via their website at www.honolulupd.org.

Honolulu Fire Department (HFD) -- Firefighter I Alan Castillo reported the following:

• February 2017 Statistics: There was 1 structure fire, 1 wildland/brush fire, 1 nuisance fire, 11 activated alarms, 83 medical emergencies, 1 motor vehicle collision with a pedestrian, 5 motor vehicle crashes/collisions, and 2 hazardous materials incidents.

• Fire Safety Tip: Home Fire Sprinklers:

o Fire sprinklers respond quickly and effectively to fire, often extinguishing the fire prior to the fire department's arrival.

o Fire sprinklers can save lives and property from fire.

 In 2014, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) found that sprinklers reduced fire deaths by 83%.

 A 2014 NFPA report found that sprinklers reduced property loss in homes by 69%.

o Common fire sprinkler myths:

 Myth: All fire sprinklers will go off at once.

 Fact: Systems are designed so the closest sprinkler head to the fire is activated.

 Myth: They cause a lot of water damage.

 Fact: Typically, sprinklers utilize 13 to 18 gallons of water per minute. Fire-fighting hoses flow at least ten times that of a sprinkler.

o Having fire sprinklers in your home is like having a fire fighter in your home 24 hours a day and ready to extinguish a fire!

Questions, comments and concerns followed: Hazardous Materials: Firefighter I Castillo noted that the hazardous materials incident was a gas leak.

Board of Water Supply (BWS) -- Lorna Heller reported the following:

• Main Breaks: There were no main breaks to report for February 2017.

• General Water Announcements -- Reminder to Check for Leaks:

o Did you know that the average American household wastes more than 10,000 gallons of water each year due to running toilets, dripping faucets, and other household leaks? In observance of National Fix-A-Leak Week, Monday, March 20, 2017 through Sunday, March 26, 2017, and to promote water efficiency and savings, the Board of Water Supply (BWS) would like to remind residents to check their homes for potential water leaks. Checking for and fixing leaks helps to conserve water, lowers your water and sewer bill and prevents damage to your home. Free leak detection dye tablets are available to the public at the BWS Public Service Building at 630 South Beretania Street. Simply drop one (1) of these tablets into your toilet tank and, if the colored water seeps into the toilet bowl, this could indicate a leak. More information on how to find leaks can be found on our website, www.boardofwatersupply.com, including an instructional video on how to check for leaks.

Questions, comments, and concerns followed: Road Construction: Hagadone asked and Chair Bullock replied that the road construction on Iwi Way may be part of the projects going on in that area. Heller added that a BWS engineer was in attendance to take any technical questions.

FILLING OF VACANT BOARD SEATS -- Chair Bullock announced three (3) vacancies on the board. Two (2) vacancies are in Sub-district 1, East Kaimuki and Business District. The other vacancy is in Sub-district 3, West Kaimuki. Chair Bullock asked if there were any interested residents to fill the vacancies.

Questions, comments, and concerns followed: Ballot: Hoe asked and Chair Bullock replied that voters will not be able to vote for all Sub-districts in regards to the Neighborhood Board elections. Chair Bullock added that there are a lot of people interested in joining the board for the upcoming term.

ELECTED OFFICIALS

Mayor Kirk Caldwell's Representative -- Director of the Department of Information Technology (DIT) Mark Wong, distributed the Oahu News and reported the following:

• 28th Annual Hawaii Food Drive: The Neighborhood Commission Office (NCO) is participating in the 28th

Annual Food Drive with the Hawaii Foodbank. Now through April 15, 2017, the NCO will be accepting

food or monetary donations towards this worthy cause. The top five (5) most needed foods are canned

proteins (meat, tuna, chicken), canned meals (stew, spaghetti, chili); canned vegetables; canned fruits;

and rice. Please make checks payable to: The Hawaii Foodbank. Donations may be given to the

Neighborhood Assistant at the board meetings or delivered to the NCO at 925 Dillingham Boulevard,

Suite 160. Donation receipts are available upon request. For more information on how you can help, please contact the NCO at 768-3710 or nco@honolulu.gov.

• Kapaolono Park: The Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) replied to Nagai's request that the grass be revitalized at Kapaolono Park. DPR inspected the grass, lawn, and landscaped areas at Kapaolono Community Park and did not find any bare spots. Please contact Louis Chung, Maintenance Superintendent, to schedule an on-site visit to address your concerns.

• Follow-Up Issue from Thursday, March 9, 2016: Regarding speeding in the areas of Leahi Hospital and Kilauea Avenue. The Department of Transportation Services (DTS) has completed their investigation, which included a speed study, field inspection and a review of the traffic collision history. Their speed study confirmed that motorists are generally traveling near the posted 25 miles per hour (mph) established speed limit on Sunset Avenue. Currently, the DTS addresses speeding concerns through signage and police enforcement. Their field investigation found two faded 25 mph speed limit signs, one (1) on each side, for its entire length on Sunset Avenue. The DTS will issue a work order (reference Legal Paint & Sign Work Order 300209) to the Department of Facility Maintenance (DFM) to replace the above faded signs. In addition, a review of the traffic collision history did not indicate any conditions or trends, which would necessitate additional traffic controls such as the requested speed bump or other types of traffic calming devices. As such, by copy of this Neighborhood Board response, the DTS will forward the Board's speeding concern to HPD for their action.

Questions, comments, and concerns followed:

1. Faded Signs: Chair Bullock asked and Director Wong replied that DTS found that two (2) signs were faded, one (1) on each side of Sunset Avenue.

2. Signs: Chair Bullock asked and Director Wong confirmed that DTS would determine when and where there is a need for a sign. Chair Bullock noted that several constituents have called him regarding two (2) to three (3) streets that do not have any street signs. Residents are upset that people are parking on both sides of the street and there are no signs to indicate a no parking area. Chair Bullock noted that he would send Director Wong the list of street names in relation to this issue. Director Wong replied that constituents should also make use of the 311 application.

3. 311: A resident asked and Director Wong replied that those interested must first download the application onto their smart phone. The 311 application is great for giving detailed information (including geocoding pictures) about a concern/question/issue that will be sent directly to the pertaining department for response or action.

4. Drop Off/ Pick Up: Chair Bullock noted that the School for Examining Essential Questions of Sustainability (SEEQS) Charter School is having traffic issues during the morning and afternoon when students are being dropped off and picked up from school. The school is on a two (2)-way street with no sidewalks and is next door to the Salvation Army. Chair Bullock asked what solutions are available to get students/parents off the main road to ease the traffic back up.

5. Parking Lot Update: Hagadone asked and Director Wong replied that the Kaimuki parking lot project is active, noting that a series of processes must be completed prior to construction. Chair Bullock asked and Director Wong replied that additional funding is being sourced for the project.

6. Vehicles Parked on Both Sides: A resident noted issues with vehicles parking on both sides of Noeau Street. The resident asked and Director Wong replied that there should be signage in the area and DTS would determine where parking is and is not allowed. If the concern is enforcement, call 911 or use the 311 application. Yamada noted that the street is private. Director Wong replied that the City and State agencies do not have jurisdiction over private streets. Chair Bullock added that on a thru street a fire truck may not make it through. Director Wong replied that HFD does map out alternatives prior to arrival.

7. Park Rules: Schneider noted a non-profit group that wanted to bring kids to a park but were told that a permit is needed due to their non-profit organization status. Also, the group was told that the kids were not allowed for an excursion for the same reason. Schneider asked for clarification on the rules. Director Wong replied that he would follow-up on the inquiry and noted that DPR's administrative rules can also be found online.

Councilmember Ann Kobayashi -- A representative was not available; a report was not provided.

Councilmember Trevor Ozawa -- Karen Yorimoto reported the following:

• Parks: Yorimoto noted that Councilmember Ozawa along with Councilmember Ann Kobayashi visited both Maunalani Heights and Kaimuki Neighborhood Parks earlier in the month to listen to concerns from the community as well as ideas on how to improve the parks for everyone to enjoy. DPR held a public hearing to discuss first amendment activities in public parks on Wednesday, February 22, 2017.

• Mayor's Budget: The Council is in receipt of the Mayor's Budget. A hot button issue relates to revenue enhancement, where many would prefer that the City manage the budget within their means and find cost savings before trying to pull in money.

• Bill 71: Councilmember Ozawa introduced Bill 71 to generate discussion and to clarify on the record that complaints regarding parking on Sierra Drive did not come from his office. The bill was deferred so that DTS and HPD may work on other options and possible solutions.

• Bill 21: Councilmember Ozawa in conjunction with Councilmember Kobayashi are working on Bill 8, which would allow residents to park in front of their driveways.

Questions, comments and concerns followed:

1. Bill 21: Schneider asked and Yorimoto replied that she would add Schneider to the email list regarding Bill 21 so that testimony may be provided when needed.

2. Sierra Drive: Schneider asked if DTS will take a look at all parts of Sierra Drive. Yorimoto replied that the bill was deferred and other options are being explored.

3. Parking: Hagadone shared that parking seems to be a big issue as residents want to park near their homes rather than up the street where ample parking is available. Yorimoto noted that Councilmember Ozawa's office gets many calls about a lack of parking in the area.

Governor David Ige's Representative -- Deputy Director Leonard Hoshijo of the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations (DLIR) highlighted the current Governor's Newsletter regarding education as a top priority and filing tax returns then reported the following:

• Revenue: The State's projection regarding intake of revenue has been reduced. Up for discussion is where revenue is going if the economy is in good shape, signs point to online sales and changes in travel accommodations. The state won a case regarding online travel businesses owing tax money. Bills are up for consideration regarding taxing online sales businesses as well. Regarding the budget, all departments put together their budget in the fall and must justify it with the Department of Budget and Finance and the government.

• Ways and Means (WAM) Committee: There will be a WAM budget briefing on Thursday, March 16, 2017.

Questions, comments, and concerns followed:

1. Location: Schneider asked and Deputy Director Hoshijo replied that the WAM budget briefing will be at 9:30 a.m. at the State Capitol in room 211. There will be three (3) 10 minute presentations.

2. Predictions: Hagadone asked and Deputy Director Hoshijo replied that he is not familiar with any studies that have been conducted that show the accuracy of the Council of Revenues' predictions.

3. Taxes Online: Chair Bullock noted that filing with the Department of Taxation (DOTAX) has gotten easier now that everything is electronic. Deputy Director Hoshijo replied that the online services help with managing those who do not comply with tax regulations and noted that various other departments are going through modernization.

4. General Excise Tax (GET): Nagai asked and Chair Bullock replied that even if someone has not used their GET number in the past year it must still be filed.

Senator Stanley Chang -- Cameron Sato distributed newsletters and reported the following:

• Honolulu 311 Application: Sato encouraged the community to make use of the 311 application. Sato noted that he has used it and has found 23 broken street lights and reported it to the pertaining department. It is very easy to use and can be used for anything from a pothole, street sign, abandoned vehicle and more. The main key is to provide detailed notes.

• Potholes: Sato noted that it is possible to be reimbursed for damage to a vehicle from potholes. Sato provided a Claim Form for those in attendance and advised the community to first file a police report then file the form.

• Hawaii Five-0: The Hawaii Five-0 lot on 22nd Avenue and Puu Panini Avenue has become an issue among residents as the amount of cars parked in the lot have become an eyesore. An agreement was worked out where Hawaii Five-0 would build a fence around the lot to ease complaints.

• Youth Advisory Committee: A bill that residents might be interested in supporting is to increase youth participation from all islands in democracy. House Bill (HB) 1466 will be heard on Friday, March 17, 2017 at 2:15 p.m. in room 016. Sato encouraged all those interested to submit testimony.

Senator Les Ihara Jr. -- Senator Ihara Jr. reported the following:

• Council of Revenue: The Council of Revenues was established to provide a neutral party and includes two (2) members appointed by the Governor, two (2) by the House Speaker, and two (2) by the Senate president.

• Capital Improvement Project (CIP) Funds: DOTAX is seeking about $18 million in CIP funds to complete their department modernizations. Senator Ihara noted that he would follow-up for the next meeting.

• Land Use Classifications: There about 800 land use classifications from conservation to urban and so on, all have been scanned and have a break ground date, however, almost all of them have varying conditions. This has all been digitized and is online for public viewing. Senator Ihara noted that he is looking through the database with a focus on non-compliant situations. There are hundreds of acres that have been rezoned to urban and now energy is being focused on whether the state can reclassify those back to original zoning.

• Judge Recruitment: Senator Ihara noted the need for Circuit Court Judges, however there is discussion on what an appropriate yet competitive salary should be.

Questions, comments and concerns: Judges' Salary: Kang asked and Senator Ihara replied that Circuit Court Judges have seen fluctuation in their salaries from the lowest paid in the nation to now, where discussion needs to be generated on an appropriate amount.

Representative Calvin K.Y. Say -- Speaker Emeritus Calvin Say highlighted the following:

• Legislators Meeting: Representative Say met with area representatives from the State and City levels to discuss issues that need to be addressed pertaining to this community. Parking and illegal short term rentals have been recognized as major issues.

• Short Term Rentals: Representative Say urged the board to adopt a resolution urging residents in the area to identify short term vacation rentals in residential zones. This would help facilitate tax collection and zoning violations in the community. The resolution would recognize the stress being put on the infrastructure in the area.

• Handouts: Handouts were available which detailed State services that help resolve community issues.

Questions, comments and concerns followed:

1. Community Meeting: Schneider asked and Representative Say replied that the City's main source of income is property tax and with a build-up of community issues over time, real-time solutions are going to be needed.

2. Property: Schneider asked and Representative Say replied that residents need to generate discussion with their councilmembers in regards to older properties that are not up to code. Residents do not want a replay of the parking issues at Maunalani Heights, however it is a common issue throughout the entire district.

3. Infrastructure: A resident noted his agreement with Representative Say that the City needs to address failing infrastructure concerns before it becomes a larger problem. The resident thanked Representative Say for his efforts.

Representative Bertrand Kobayashi -- A newsletter was distributed and Representative Bertrand Kobayashi reported the following:

• State Budget: A handout was provided highlighting the house proposed budget to the Senate, including approximately $2.3 billion for capital improvement projects (CIP) throughout the State. Representative Kobayashi noted that the Governor's original December 2016 request was reduced by $500 million over the biennium by the House because of lower revenue estimates by the Council on Revenues.

• Culinary Institute: Kapiolani Community College (KCC) celebrated the completion of the first phase of the Culinary Institute of the Pacific at Diamond Head on Friday, March 3, 2017. The $25 million first phase was financed by private donations and federal and state funds. The new facility will create a home for what will be the only four (4)-year, baccalaureate culinary degree in Hawaii. Phase II will include an auditorium, large dining hall, classroom building, and instructional labs.

PUBLIC INPUT -- There was no public input to report.

BOARD ADMINISTRATION

Approval of the Wednesday, February 15, 2017 Regular Meeting Minutes: Hoe moved and Nagai seconded that the Kaimuki Neighborhood Board No. 4 APPROVE the Wednesday, February 15, 2017, regular meeting minutes by UNANIMOUS consent as amended, 8-0-0 (AYE: Bullock Jr., Hagadone, Hoe, Kang, Moniz-Kahoohanohano, Schneider, Yamada, and Nagai; NAY: None; ABSTAIN: None).

Amendments:

1. Page 8: Members Attendance at Other Meetings: Second sentence -- strike "repied" and replace with replied.

Wilhelmina Rise Project Status Update -- Board of Water Supply: John Farmer with the BWS reported that there will be three (3) projects in the Wilhelmina Rise area. The BWS is investing in improvements to protect and maintain the water system. These investments are helping to continue to capture, treat, store, move, and sustain water for all of Oahu today and for generations to come.

Details: The BWS will be installing a 12 inch main in the areas of Sierra Drive, Halehoola Place and Maunalani Circle. In the areas of Maunalani Circle (west) and Wilhelmina Rise will be the replacement of a 12 inch main. In the area of Maunalani Circle (east) to Wilhelmina and Sierra Drive will be the replacement of an eight (8) inch main. In the area of Halehoola place to Sierra Drive will be the replacement of an eight (8) and four (4) inch main. In the area of Mana Place and Maunalani Circle will be the replacement of an eight (8) and four (4) inch main. Finally, in the area of Maunalani Circle to Sierra Drive will be a project to inactivate an eight (8) inch cross-county mainline. The project is currently advertised for bidding. Anyone interested can go to the BWS website and download plans and specifications at: http://www.boardofwatersupply.com/procurement/construction/projects.

Questions, comments, and concerns followed:

1. Water Main Line: Chair Bullock asked and Farmer replied that the water main lines will be increased from eight (8) to 12 inches to withstand current and future capacity.

2. Impacts: Chair Bullock asked and Farmer replied that construction in Sierra Drive will be to make small connections. Chair Bullock noted that the community has been waiting years for road improvements to be made but the City has had to hold off on several projects. Chair Bullock asked and Farmer replied that the water main projects do not go too much into the road and should not have to hold-up City repairs but the BWS will coordinate with City road crews.

3. Part IV: Chair Bullock asked and Farmer replied that part IV of the project is at 60 percent completion and should be done by the end of 2017.

4. Map: Yorimoto asked and Farmer replied that Koko Drive is just beneath Paula Drive on the map provided.

5. Other Projects: Yorimoto noted that DTS has been waiting for the BWS projects to be completed so that their rehabilitation projects may begin. Farmer replied that those projects can be expected to be completed by the end of year and may overlap with DTS project plans.

6. Proper Flow: Hagadone asked and Farmer replied that the BWS is working on bringing the main lines up to standard and are targeting 100 years for the main lines to last.

League of Women Voters and Common Cause Hawaii, Discussion to Request Support to Change the Voting System to Fully Adopt Vote by Mail -- Barbara Service introduced herself and presented the following:

• Vote-by-Mail: The League of Women Voters of Hawaii proposed a movement to change the voting system to fully adopt vote-by-mail elections statewide. Voting by mail would be an extension of the permanent absentee voting option. Approximately one (1) month before Election Day registered voters will receive an envelope in the mail which contains two (2) interior envelopes. One envelope would contain a secret envelope to hold the ballot while the other would contain a pre-paid postage envelope to return the ballot to the Office of Elections. Limited in-person voting sites will also be available for voters who would prefer to vote in-person or who need additional services. The Office of Elections is working on a software program that would allow voters to track their return envelope, if lost, a replacement ballot can be requested. Voting by mail would allow for more time and education for the voter, efficiency in voting and processing ballots, and savings of over $800,000 per election cycle. The program would be introduced gradually starting with the island of Kauai in 2020 and would be adopted statewide by 2022.

Questions, comments and concerns followed:

1. Clarify: Hagadone asked and Service replied that she is asking for the Board's support in establishing a vote-by-mail system of elections which would eliminate poll voting, except at established service centers.

2. Register: Hoe asked and Service replied that ballots would be sent automatically to registered voters, however, for those who do not want to vote by mail, a limited amount of service centers will be available to poll voters.

1. Identification: Hagadone asked and Service replied that the County Clerks will have a record of voter signatures. A voter would sign the envelope to be sent back and the signature on the envelope would be compared with the signature on record.

3. Consolidation: Sato noted that the push for Vote by Mail is partially due to the need for precinct consolidation as it would save taxpayer dollars.

4. Opting Out: Hoe asked and Chair Bullock replied that voters will still be able to cast their ballots physically at any available service center or they can mail their ballot in if that is preferred.

5. Primaries: Nagai asked and Service replied that the ballots would be mailed for the entire election cycle which includes the primaries and general election.

6. Resolution: Hoe read the entirety of the resolution requesting the Hawaii State Legislature to establish an elections by mail system.

The Kaimuki Neighborhood Board No. 4 APPROVED to support the resolution requesting the Hawaii State Legislature to establish an elections-by-mail system by UNANIMOUS consent, 8-0-0 (AYE: Bullock Jr., Hagadone, Hoe, Kang, Moniz-Kahoohanohano, Schneider, Yamada, and Nagai; NAY: None; ABSTAIN: None).

Approval for Funding for the EnVision Kaimuki Committee Meeting: Chair Bullock noted that the Kaimuki Neighborhood Board No. 4 is being asked to approve funding to cover technician support costs for the EnVision Kaimuki Committee meeting. Chair Bullock asked that with approval that minutes for the meeting be provided within a 30 day period.

Hoe moved and Nagai seconded that the Kaimuki Neighborhood Board No. 4 approve funding for the EnVision Kaimuki Committee meeting.

Discussion Followed: Adequate Funds: Hagadone asked and Schneider replied that she inquired with the Neighborhood Commission Office (NCO) and was informed that the Board has adequate funds to approve this request.

The Kaimuki Neighborhood Board No. 4 APPROVED to allocate funds for the EnVision Kaimuki Committee meeting by UNANIMOUS consent, 8-0-0 (AYE: Bullock Jr., Hagadone, Hoe, Kang, Moniz-Kahoohanohano, Schneider, Yamada, and Nagai; NAY: None; ABSTAIN: None).

Treasurer's Report -- Hagadone reported a remaining balance of $208.70.

Members Attendance at other Meetings -- None.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

• Kaimuki Library: The Kaimuki Library renovations must be completed by Thursday, June 1, 2017, for the summer programs. The Kaimuki Library will be playing Moana on Friday, March 24, 2017, from 11:30 to 3:30 p.m. in the refurbished basement. The Kaimuki Library will be closed for six (6) weeks starting from Saturday, March 25, 2017, to finish the air conditioning repairs.

• Friends of Kaimuki Library: Volunteers are needed, inquire with the Kaimuki Library.

• Next Meeting: The next meeting of the Kaimuki Neighborhood Board No. 4 will be Wednesday, April 19, 2017, at 7:00 p.m. at the Kaimuki Christian Church, Fellowship Hall, 1117 Koko Head Avenue.

ADJOURNMENT -- The meeting adjourned at 9:09 p.m.

Submitted by: Brittany Yadao, Neighborhood Assistant

Reviewed by: Dylan Whitsell, Neighborhood Assistant

Reviewed by: Lyle Bullock, Chair

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