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Diamond Head, Kapahulu, Saint Louis Neighborhood Board No. 5 Posted For 4/13/2017 Posted
DIAMOND HEAD/KAPAHULU/ST. LOUIS HEIGHTS NEIGHBORHOOD BOARD NO. 5
DRAFT -- REGULAR MEETING MINUTES
THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 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, Judith Bowman, Richard Figluzzi, Barbara Miller, Bertha Nahoopii, Bert Narita, Keolu Peralto, Don Persons, Laura St. Denis, Jerry Wanager, George West, and Linda Wong.
Members Absent: Michelle Matson, Bryn Villers and George Waialeale.
Guests: Captain Brett Mau (Honolulu Fire Department); Lieutenant O. H. So, Sergeant Clifford Ramson and Sergeant Jesse Okamura (Honolulu Police Department), Ann Wong (Board of Water Supply), Walea Constantinau (Mayor Caldwell's Representative, Honolulu Film Office), Councilmember Ann Kobayashi and Cliff Kaneshiro (Councilmember Ann Kobayashi's Office); Councilmember Trevor Ozawa, Andrew Tan (Senator Stanley Chang's Office), Senator Les Ihara Jr., Michelle Herr (State Representative Scott Nishimoto's office), House Speaker Emeritus Calvin Say; Kurt Tsuneyoshi (City Council Offices); Chris Takushi (Oceanit); Amy Perruso (Hawaii State Teachers Association); Ben Trevino and Asia Yeary (Bikeshare); Janet Mason (League of Women Voters); Carol Hoshiko (Kapiolani Community College); Barbara Armentrout, Jan Bappe, Franklin Chung, Michael Cocal, Billy Dela Cruz, Emilygrace Kaaiakamanu, Marven Kratz, Patricia Maia, Daisy Murai, Wayne and Noreen Swan, Carolyn Tanaka, David Vornholt (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 Mau circulated a handout and reported the following:
• March 2017 Statistics: In March 2017 there were 4 structure fires, 3 cooking fires , 24 activated alarms (no fire), 21 medical emergencies, 3 motor vehicle collision with a pedestrian, 3 ocean rescues, 1 hazards materials incident, and 13 motor vehicle collision.
• Fire Safety Tip: Escape Planning
o Plan ahead: If a fire breaks out in your home, you may have only a few minutes to escape safely once the smoke alarm sounds. Everyone needs to know what to do and where to go if there is a fire. The Honolulu Fire Department has the following escape planning tips:
Make a home escape plan.
Know at least two ways out of every room.
Have an outside meeting place.
Practice your home fire drill at night and during the day with everyone in your home, twice a year using different escape plans.
Teach children how to escape on their own in case you can't help them.
Close doors behind you to help contain the fire as you leave.
o If the alarm sounds:
Get out and stay out. Never go back inside for people or pets.
If you have to escape through smoke, get low and go under the smoke.
Call the fire department from outside your home.
Honolulu Police Department (HPD - District Six (6) Waikiki/Diamond Head): Lieutenant So reported the following: March 2017 Statistics: There were 6 robberies, 11 burglaries, 165 thefts, 10 unauthorized entries into a motor vehicle (UEMV), 35 aggravated and simple assaults, 2 sex crimes, 106 speeding citations, 1053 parking citations, 10 citations for loud mufflers, 94 citations for violating park closure hours, and 3,972 calls for service were placed.
Questions, comments, and concerns followed:
1. Half Marathon Street Closures and Traffic: Laura St. Denis voiced her concerns with the amount of time motorists had to wait before being able to cross the streets within the half marathon area. Lieutenant So responded that HPD only allows motorists to cross road ways used for events when a gap is present in the running groups. Lieutenant So noted that complaints regarding road closures should be sent to the event managing entity. Laura St. Denis noted that the community was informed HPD would allow motorists to cross streets during the half marathon.
2. Lengthy Stoppages: Chair West asked and Lieutenant So responded that HPD assists with traffic to ensure safety. Don Persons noted his affiliation with the Half Marathon and stated that the issues have been recognized and will be addressed for the next event.
3. Complete Closures: A resident voiced her frustrations as a family member had to wait in heavy traffic during the event on their way to work. The resident added that she was informed that officers would allow vehicles to pass.
4. Who to Call: Linda Wong urged the community to call 9-1-1 nonemergency and ask to special with the Special Event Supervisor to address any issues with similar situations. Lieutenant So concluded that every event has an officer designated to be the officer in charge who can address such issues.
Board of Water Supply (BWS): Ann Wong reported the following:
• Main Breaks: There were no main breaks for the month of March 2017.
• General Water Announcements
o 10th Annual Mauka to Makai Environmental Expo: In celebration of Earth Month, the BWS will have an educational, interactive booth at the 10th Annual Mauka to Makai Environmental Expo on April 22, 2017, from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Waikiki Aquarium. This free, family-friendly event promotes the importance of keeping Hawaii clean and free of pollution, from the mountaintops to the ocean. This event is free and open to the public. Free parking and shuttles will be available at Jefferson Elementary School beginning at 8:45 a.m. This event is presented by the DFM, State Department of Health (DOH), and the Waikiki Aquarium.
• Kapahulu Water System Improvements (KWSI) Project: The KWSI project remains at Lincoln Avenue due to the presence of Blue Rock. There is also a fire hydrant installation project occurring in the Lincoln Avenue area.
• 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.
Mayor Kirk Caldwell's Representative: Walea Constantinau (Honolulu Film Office) informed Chair West that she would be unable to attend the meeting but supplied a handout for the board. Chair West circulated the report to the board.
PUBLIC EVENTS AND NOTICES: Chair West reported the following:
• Saturday, April 22, 2017, March for Babies, permit application submitted.
• Sunday, May 21, 2017, Honolulu Ekiden, permit application submitted.
• Saturday, May 27, 2017, Memorial Day Pararde, permit application submitted.
Hawaii State Teachers Association (HSTA): Amy Perruso circulated a resolution and reported the following: Hawaii Schools: Perruso noted that HSTA gained feedback from teachers on how to improve schools that concluded a consensus of over testing, lack of attention to facilities, and a failure to recruit and retain qualified teachers. Of the largest school districts in the United States, Hawaii has the lowest per-pupil expenditures adjusted for cost of living. Hawaii spends the least on it school facilities. Hawaii is ranked the lowest on the amount of spent for school facilities. Hawaii is also ranked the lowest for teachers' salaries which resulted in 1,600 vacancies at the end of the latest school year. At the start of this school year there were 600 vacancies which includes positions filled by non-qualified emergency teaching hires. Public education funding has been neglected in Hawaii. HSTA has put forth a constitutional amendment in the legislature to obtain funding through property taxes of non-resident property owners and tourists. Perruso asked for the board's support on the resolution circulated that will help in the addressing of public school funding.
Questions, comments, and concerns followed:
1. Property Tax Use: Laura St. Denis asked and Perruso responded that Hawaii is the only state that does not use a portion of property taxes to fund schools. Federal funding is provided for Title One (1) needs.
2. Fund Management: Bert Narita noted that a large portion of the State's funding goes to education. Bert Narita added that before more money is allocated an audit should be done of the Department of Education (DOE). Perrsuso responded that funds provided directly from the State allows for less bureaucracy. With a new superintendent in place improvement begin. Perruso added that the Board of Education (BOE) is calling for an audit. Perruso concluded that we need to address Hawaii's ranking of being the lowest per-pupil expenditures and the least amount of funds spent on school facilities.
Queens Surf Seawall Rehabilitation Project: Chris Takushi of Oceanit circulated the project Environmental Assessment (EA) and reported the following: The Project: Takushi noted that Oceanit is handling the planning and engineering of the Queens Surf Seawall rehabilitation. The scope of the project includes the building of a concrete form wall on the ocean side of the seawall that will allow for the addressing of the currently deteriorating seawall. The portion of the wall in question runs from the Queens Surf area to the Aquarium.
Questions, comments, and concerns followed:
1. Current Stage of the Project: Chair West asked and Takushi responded that the project is in the EA phase. The project will take a year to complete and is expected to start in 2018. Chair West asked and Takushi responded that the form wall will add an additional 36 inches to the thickness of the seawall. Concrete with an expectancy of 50 years will be used to build the form wall and fill deteriorating portions of the seawall.
2. Seal Level Rise: Laura St. Denis asked and Takushi responded that sea level rise is being taking into account. A wave deflector is being considered for the seawall.
Hearing no objections, Chair West returned to agenda item "HPD -- District Seven (7)".
Honolulu Police Department (HPD) - District Seven (7) Kapahulu/St. Louis Heights): Sergeant Ramson circulated a report and announced the following:
• March 2017 Statistics: There were 6 motor vehicle thefts, 3 burglaries, 23 thefts, 31 unauthorized entries into a motor vehicle (UEMV), and 6,512 calls for service in District seven (7).
• Safety Tip -- Tsunami Preparedness: It is important to be prepared for tsunamis and other storm related events. It is important to have a supply of water, to-go safety kit, medicine, and all other potentially needed items stored and ready before an emergency hits the island. HPD stressed the need for vehicles to be fully gassed and prepared, in case of a need for evacuation. HPD added that it is important to stay off the roads, if possible, during storm events.
Hearing no objections, Chair West added "League of Women Voters" to the agenda.
League of Women Voters: Janet Mason presented the following: Voting by Mail: Ballots will be mailed to all registered voters, around three (3) weeks prior to Election Day. This would not eliminate all polling places. Voting by mail would offer convenience to voters, a cost savings of around $800,000 every election cycle and would reduce barriers and increase voter participation. Voting by Mail would be phased in with all four (4) counties having the voting by mail convenience by 2022.
Questions, comments, and concerns followed:
1. Other Neighborhood Board Positions: Chair West asked and Mason responded that 27 other boards have heard the presentation with 12 boards in support, nine (9) board choose not to support the resolution and six (6) boards have no determined a position.
2. Return to Board: Linda Wong asked and Mason responded that she would return to the board when the resolution is decided on. Chair West noted that he feels the board may want to take a position on the election by mail proposal.
Crosswalk at Kapahulu Avenue and Kanaina Avenue: Cliff Kaneshiro noted that Councilmember Kobayashi submitted a request to the Department of Transportation Services (DTS) for additional lighting for the crosswalk at Kapahulu Avenue and Kanaina Avenue. The request came at the desire of Representative Nishimoto. DTS responded that the crosswalk will be eliminated to reduce safety concerns. Chair West added that the crosswalk is being removed due to potential dangers and that the needed alternatives are too costly. Linda Wong asked and Chair West responded Councilmember Kobayashi did address the issue with the City and County of Honolulu and was informed of the crosswalk's eventual removal.
Top Golf: Resident Franklin Chung noted the City and County of Honolulu Department of Enterprise Services (DES) stated that there are no plans for Top Golf to come to the Ala Wai golf course. Resident Chung noted the possibility of Top Golf coming to the islands to gauge interest.
Bikeshare Hawaii: Ben Trevino and Asia Yeary reported the following: Honolulu's Bikeshare program has been named Biki and is specially designed for Hawaii. The program was funded through State, City, and private funds. The operations and maintenance of the project will be funded through the fees for renting the bicycles. There will initially be 100 stations from Diamond Head to Chinatown with over 1,000 bikes placed throughout the stations. The project will be rolled out in June 2017 and Bikeshare Hawaii will be doing outreach through the Hawaii Bicycling League. This program will serve as a low cost mobility option for Oahu. For more information come to the Bikeshare open house occurring on April 19, 2017, at Jefferson Elementary School. The open house begins at 6:00 p.m. For more information visit www.bikesharehawaii.org/.
Questions, comments, and concerns followed:
1. Bikeshare Hawaii Structure: Bert Narita asked and Trevino responded that he and another person are Bikeshare Hawaii's only employees. Micheal Hodge worked for a contractor who planned community meeting appearances.
2. Continuous Meetings: Chair West asked and Trevino responded that three (3) continuous meeting attendance requests were made to get input, use the input, and report back to the board.
3. Program Concerns: Bert Narita voiced concerns with Bikeshare Hawaii's eligibility to receive federal funds. Bert Narita also noted concerns with the security of the bicycles in the community. Trevino responded that the bike stations do ensure security of the bikes while they are docked. No cash payments are allowed. Trevino noted a low amount of theft for Bikeshare bicycles as their parts are specifically made. Trevino added that Bikeshare did received two (2) million dollars from the City and State government. One (1) million dollars from Department of Transportation Services (DTS) and one (1) million dollars from the State Department of Health (DOH). The federal government will be reimbursing the City and State for 80% of the funds as Bikeshare Hawaii will qualify as a transportation alternative project. The other 20% percent of funds will remain as the City will own a portion of the Bikeshare Hawaii property. The financing of the project is being done through a subcontractor.
4. Program Details: Linda Wong asked and Trevino responded that the program will be launched later in June 2017. Linda Wong asked and Trevino responded that Bikeshare Hawaii has presented before the board at a prior meeting.
5. Loose Bike Retrieval: A resident asked and Trevino responded that part of the operations side of the project will be providing crews to pick up loose bikes. Those crews will also ensure each station has open spaces for bike returns.
6. Traffic Education: Resident Armentrout voiced concerns with future tourist consumer's lack of local traffic knowledge. Trevino responded that Bikeshare Hawaii is educating the communities surrounding the stations so in turn those communities can teach riders safe bicycle use. Additional supplementary education will be made available. All docking station touchscreens will be available in multiple languages.
7. Bikeshare Hawaii Bylaws: Bert Narita asked and Trevino responded that he will send the board the bylaws of Bikeshare Hawaii.
8. Bike Stations: Linda Wong requested more information on the details of the bike stations. Trevino urged the community to attend the Bikeshare Hawaii open house or visit the Bikeshare Hawaii website for specific station locations.
9. Size of Stations: Resident Murai asked and Trevino responded that the stations are usually the size of two parallel parking stalls. Trevino acknowledged that some parking and sidewalk space have be reduced for the bike stations. Trevino added that the bike stations are built modularly and each modular unit is six (6) feet by ten feet.
Kapiolani Community College (KCC): Carol Hosiko of KCC reported the following: Opening Event: Hosiko thanked those who attended the opening event of the new portion of KCC's Culinary Institute of the Pacific.
Councilmember Ann Kobayashi: Councilmember Ann Kobayashi circulated a handout and reported the following:
• Rail: Councilmember Kobayashi noted that the City Council will be debating the proposed use of property taxes to fund the rail project. Councilmember Kobayashi noted her opposition to such a proposal.
• Handi-Van: Councilmember Kobayashi noted her concerns with the possible raising of costs to use the Handi-Van.
• Blaisdell Center: Councilmember Kobayashi noted the possibility of the Blaisdell property closing for a 400 million dollar improvement project. Councilmember Kobayashi added that the Honolulu Symphony is concerned that they will be forced to fold if the concert hall is closed.
• Pedestrian Coordinator: Councilmember Kobayashi noted that her request for a pedestrian coordinator was denied.
Questions, comments, and concerns followed:
1. Tax Uses: Bert Narita requested a pie chart breakdown of the way taxes are used by the City and County of Honolulu. Bert Narita noted the lack of a plan to address the operation and maintenance for the rail project. Councilmember Kobayashi noted that rail is a City and County of Honolulu responsibility.
2. Viewing Holes for City and County of Honolulu Construction: Laura St. Denis noted her appreciation for the legislation requiring viewing holes into public construction areas.
Councilmember Trevor Ozawa: Kenny Amazaki of Councilmember Ozawa's Office circulated a handout and reported the following:
• Golf Fees: Councilmember Ozawa noted his desire to lower golf fees on locals by raising golf fees for non-card holders.
• Zoo Fees: Councilmember Ozawa is also look at ways to make the Zoo to be free for seniors and kids to increase interest and return accreditation to the Zoo.
• Diamond Head: Councilmember Ozawa noted his efforts to push the State to clear Diamond Head of the homeless encampments which did follow. The State is aware of Councilmember Ozawa's desire to maintain safety in the area. Neglect was evident regarding the issue in the past.
Questions, comments, and concerns followed:
1. Diamond Head: Laura St. Denis asked Councilmember Ozawa responded that the City Council will be having discussions regarding the homeless population's arrest, citations and demographic histories. Councilmember Ozawa noted receiving correspondence from the Governor that the area will be swept once a year which is not good enough for the community.
2. Top Golf: Resident Chung asked and Councilmember Ozawa responded that he has no information regarding Top Golf in Hawaii.
Senator Stanley Chang: Andrew Tan distributed a handout and reported the following:
• Legislation Update: A bill to provide the State Department of Transportation (DOT) with funds to carry out sweeps of homeless encampments along the highway did not pass. All gambling legislation did not pass.
• Getting Reimbursed for Pothole Damages: The report potholes call 808-768-7777 for potholes on City streets, 808-566-2299 for roads maintained by the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation (HART), and 808-536-7852 for all State roadways. Claims for damages caused by roadways can warrant reimbursement from the City and State.
• 3-1-1 Phone Application: Tan urged the community to make use of the real time mobile civic engagement platform. The City sourced phone application provides a free, simple, and intuitive platform empowering people to report potholes, broken streetlights, cracked sidewalks, illegally dumping, vandalized/broken signs and more via your smartphone.
Questions, comments, and concerns followed: 3-1-1 App: Keolu Peralto asked and Tan responded that he will look into the frequency of updates for the phone application. Tan noted no issues using the phone application. Users will get and email when the concern is delivered to its necessary City department and another email when the concern is addressed. Keolu Peralto noted that this application does a great service for the community.
Senator Les Ihara Jr.: Senator Les Ihara reported the following:
• Legislative Update: The Hawaii State Legislative Session is heading into the conference period of the session where both entities of the legislature comes together to decide the final outcome.
• Rail Legislation: Senator Ihara noted that the rail legislation will address the City's fiscal responsibility of rail.
• Vote by Mail: Senator Ihara noted his support for an election by mail process. Kauai may try an election by mail pilot project in an upcoming election.
• Short Term Rentals: The State Senate reaffirms the need for all short term rentals be run legally.
• Medical Marijuana: Senator Ihara urged the community to contact him regarding issues with the State run medical marijuana dispensaries.
Representative Bertrand Kobayashi: Representative Kobayashi circulated a handout; no report was given.
Representative Scott Nishimoto: Michelle Herr circulated a newsletter and reported the following:
• Kuni's Towing: "The Department of Hawaiian Home Lands (DHHL) previously informed me in December 2016 that the lease with Oahu Auto Service, doing business as Kuni's Automotive and Towing Company, was officially terminated on Wednesday, November 23, 2016, and that the business was given until Tuesday, February 28, 2017 to vacate the property. Upon failing to vacate the property, the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands sent a notice to vacate to Kuni's Automotive and Towing Company by Friday, March 31, 2017." On Friday, March 31, 2017, Herr was informed by the DHHL that Kuni's Automotive and Towing Company has removed one-third of their inventory and is working to finalize a contract for a new location. Kuni's Automotive and Towing Company has been instructed to have the property fully vacated by April 21, 2017. Additionally, they have been advised to not park cars on Isenberg Street.
• Legislative Calendar: March 23, 2017, marked the second "lateral" deadline. This is the time in which all Senate bills with House referrals, and all House Bills with Senate referrals, moved to their final referral committees to stay alive. In addition, April 7, 2017, marks the second "decking" deadline, in which all bills that were amended by the legislative body from which the bill did not originate need to be filed. April 13, 2017, is the second "crossover" deadline when all bills amended by the non-originating body will be returned to the chamber from which they originated. Then, both the House and Senate will have to agree or disagree to the amendments made by the other body. They will meet in conference to discuss the differences on the bills that were disagreed on.
House Speaker Emeritus (HSE) Calvin Say: House Speaker Emeritus Calvin Say circulated a handout and reported the following:
• Short Term Rentals: Representative Say circulated framework for a resolution to address illegal short term rentals.
• Parking Project: Kalihi is trying a residential permit parking pilot project
Questions, comments, and concerns followed:
1. Portions of City Space for Parking: Laura St. Denis noted that the city of Los Angeles dedicates a portion of city space for parking. Representative Say responded that the portion of space used for parking in Hawaii is unknown but there is a presence of too many vehicles on the island.
2. Bed and Breakfast Owners: Bert Narita requested information to educate bed and breakfast owners of the regulations and requirements of running such a business.
3. Sports Task Force: Resident Chung asked and Representative Say responded that the Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) voiced much opposition to a Sports Task Force as they already have a sports coordination. HTA does not want a duplication of services.
REPORTS OF MEMBERS AT OTHER MEETINGS
Waikiki Beach Special Improvement District Association (WBSIDA): Linda Wong noted she went to a WBSIDA meeting on
Thursday, March 9, 2017. The Surfrider Association filed a lawsuit regarding ocean water quality as the DOH water test found high levels of bacteria. First area tested was the Moana Hotel. A WBSIDA outreach group is planning a Ala Wai Watershed Collaboration which will consist of three (3) watersheds flowing into the canal. $259,000 has been requested in a public private partnership to manage the Ala Wai Canal. Another of the WBSIDA outreach groups is the Waikiki Transportation Management Association who is tasked to manage Waikiki Special Districts' parking and traffic by partnering with the City.
Kapiolani Park Preservation Society: Linda Wong noted her attendance at the Monday, March 27, 2017 Kapiolani Park Preservation Society annual meeting. After hearing the annual reports City Council Chair Ron Menor answered questions. City Council bills to fill all empty parking spaces with parking meters and raising rates of the meters to $3.00 a half hours will greatly impact parking in the Diamond Head as well as surrounding communities. Patrick Herny a member of the society gave a ten minute presentation of the Kapiolani Park pertaining to the Kapua area. Chair West asked and was notified by the society that they are working with Bikeshare Hawaii to address concerns.
Oahu General Plan Permitted Interaction Group (PIG): Linda Wong circulated a written report of proposed comments that were developed by the Board PIG on the Oahu General Plan. Bert Narita thanked Linda Wong and Laura St. Denis for their efforts to develop such comments. Bert Narita added that the board is only advisory and the comments be drafted in the form of a resolution.
Bert Narita moved and Keolu Peralto seconded the motion to have the PIG on the Oahu General Plan develop a resolution containing the proposed comments on the Oahu General Plan. Discussion followed:
1. Comments Deadline: Chair West noted that the resolution would come before the board for approval after the Oahu General Plan public input period deadline.
2. Format of Comments: Linda Wong noted that the format in which the comments were submitted is similar to other neighborhood boards and that a resolution format is unneeded.
The motion to have the PIG on the Oahu General Plan develop a resolution containing the proposed comments on the Oahu General Plan did not pass, 7-0-5 (Aye: Allen, Filiguzzi, Nahoopii, Narita, Peralto, Persons, and West; Nay: None; Abstain: Bowman, Miller, St. Denis, Wanager, and Wong ;).
Linda Wong moved and Laura St. Denis seconded the motion for the Board to adopt and submit the proposed comments on the Oahu General Plan developed by the Board's PIG. The motion did not pass, 6-0-6 (Aye: Allen, Bowman, Miller, St. Denis, Wanager and Wong; Nay: None; Abstain: Filiguzzi, Nahoopii, Narita, Peralto, Persons, and West ;).
Approval of March 9, 2017, Regular Meeting Minutes:
Barbara Miller moved and Keolu Peralto seconded the motion to approve the March 9, 2017, regular meeting minutes as written. The minutes were accepted as written by UNANIMOUS CONSENT, 12-0-0 (Aye: Allen, Bowman, Figluzzi, Miller, Nahoopii, Narita, Peralto, Persons, St. Denis, Wanager, West, and Wong; Nay: None; Abstain: None ;).
885 Kapahulu Avenue: Chair west notes that he tried to make contact with the property owner to no avail. Chair West added that he is trying to get in contact with the real estate agent for the property. Chair West will continue to update the board.
Primary Urban Center Watershed Management Plan Community Meeting Representatives: Chair West requested volunteers to serve as the board's representative at the Primary Urban Center Watershed Management Plan community meetings. Richard Figliuzzi and Keolu Peralto volunteered to attend.
Sub district One (1) (St. Louis Heights): Julia Allen added that the next meeting of the Saint Louis Heights Community Association had a meeting and will notify the board of the neighborhood watch reorganization for the area.
Sub district Two (2) (Kapahulu): Keolu Peralto acknowledged Bertha Nahoopii commitment to the board as she has served on the board since its inception.
Sub district Three (3) (Diamond Head): Laura St. Denis noted that the DOH has closed Kaimana Beach for a period. For more information on the Oahu Genral Plan visit www.honoluludpp.orgplanning/gereralplanaspx.
ANNOUNCEMENTS: Announcements: Chair West noted that the board previously did not second a motion to hear the election by mail systems resolution. Chair West conducted a poll of the board to gauge interest in the inclusion of the Election by Mail resolution at the next regular meeting.
ADJOURNMENT: As there was no further business before the Board, Chair West adjourned the meeting at 8:24 p.m.
Submitted by: James Skizewski, Neighborhood Assistant
Reviewed by: Relley Araceley, Neighborhood Assistant
Reviewed by: Richard Figliuzzi, Board Secretary
Finalized by: George West, Chair
Last Updated: 04 May 2017
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