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  • Kaimuki Neighborhood Board Meeting September 2018 Minutes

With Permission / Courtesy of: City and County of Honolulu Neighborhood Commission Office

CALL TO ORDER ??? Chair Sharon Schneider called the meeting to order at 7:01 p.m. A quorum was not established with five (5) members present. Note: This 11-member Board requires six (6) members to establish a quorum and to take official Board action.

Board Members Present - Calvin Hara (entered the meeting at 7:02 p.m.), Paul Hoe, Molly Pierce, Sharon Schneider, Becky Gardner (entered the meeting at 7:02 p.m.), William Kokolus, Marilyn Moniz, Lori Yamada (entered the meeting at 7:02 p.m.), and Nicole Evans (appointed at this meeting).

Board Members Absent - Brian Kang and Mark Hagadone.

Guests -Lieutenant Christopher Lowell (Honolulu Police Department); Lorna Heller (Board of Water Supply); Councilmember Ann Kobayashi; Karen Yorimoto (Representative from Councilmember Ozawa's Office); Senator Les Ihara; Ian Terayama (Senator Stanley Chang's Office), Mark Wong, Director of the Department of Information Technology (DIT); Cathy Betts, Deputy Director of the Department of Human Services (DHS); Carol Hoshiko (Kapiolani Community College); Judy Gold (Office of Elections); James Larson (Citizen's Climate Lobby); Eric McCutcheon, Tommy Waters, Natalie Iwasa, Sarah Chinen, Julia Allen, Samuel Biddle, and Tom Moore. (Residents); Christopher Naylon (Neighborhood Commission Office).


Honolulu Fire Department (HFD) - No representatives present.

Gardner, Hara, and Yamada entered the meeting at 7:02 p.m.; eight (8) members present. A quorum was established with eight (8) members present.

Honolulu Police Department (HPD) - Lieutenant Christopher Lowell reported the following:
• August 2018 Statistics: There were seven (7) motor vehicle thefts, 18 burglaries, 26 thefts, 30 unauthorized entry of motor vehicles (UEMV) and 6,388 calls for service.
• Safety Tip: The HPD disseminated a handout about safe driving techniques in the rain.

Board of Water Supply (BWS) - Lorna Heller reported the following:
• August 2018 Main Breaks: There were no main breaks to report.
• General Water Announcements:
o New Rate Scheduled Approved: At its most recent meeting in August, the Board of Water Supply's Board of Directors approved water rate increases for the next five (5) years as well as several significant changes to their rate structure. The gradual increases to the water rates will start Monday, July 1, 2019 through Friday, June 30, 2023. Several public meetings and presentations were held across the island, and information was shared with all customers and neighborhood boards. For more information, visit or call 748-5041.

o Water Emergency Preparedness: Natural disasters, power outages, or other unexpected events can affect the Board of Water Supply's (BWS) ability to provide water service to the community. With recent storm activity in the Pacific, as well as September marking the observance of National Preparedness Month, this serves as an important reminder to have an emergency preparedness kit available for your household. One crucial component of your preparedness kit is a safe drinking water supply. Residents should store at least one gallon of water per person per day for at least fourteen days. Also, in the event of an emergency, it is very important to stay tuned to media reports to receive water information bulletins and take any appropriate actions announced by the BWS or other emergency response agencies. More information about water emergency preparedness, including a how-to video demonstrating how best to store drinking water in your home, is available online at To receive emergency alerts via email or text message, consider subscribing to the BWS at

Questions followed: Possible Pollution: Kokolus asked about any negotiations between the Navy and BWS about the possible leaking of gasoline into Oahu's aquifers. Heller noted that the Navy and BWS are currently working in conjunction and will report back.

FILLING OF VACANT BOARD SEATS - Chair Schneider opened nominations for the vacant Board seat in Sub-District One (1). Nicole Evans introduced herself to the Board and the community.

Chair Schneider called for a recess at 7:07 p.m. for the Neighborhood Assistant to confirm Evan's address.
Chair Schneider called the meeting back to order at 7:08 p.m.

Questions and comments followed:
1. Employment: Evans noted that she work for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
2. Justification: Yamada asked and Evans responded that she was involved with past election processes and would want to be more involved in politics.

Gardner motioned and Hara seconded the nomination of Nicole Evans to the vacant Board seat in Sub-District One (1). The motion PASSED by UNANIMOUS CONSENT by HANDS VOTE, (8-0-0). (AYE: Hara, Hoe, Pierce, Schneider, Gardner, Kokolus, Moniz, and Yamada; NAY: NONE; ABSTAIN: NONE.)

Chair Schneider called for a recess at 7:10 p.m. for the Neighborhood Assistant to administer an Oath of Office.
Chair Schneider called the meeting back to order at 7:13 p.m.; Evans joined the Board at 7:13 p.m., nine (9) members present.


Kapiolani Community College (KCC): Thursday, September 20, 2018 KCC will be hosting a meeting with the Chancellor of the school. KCC has nearly 7,000 students participating this semester.

Homeless Encampments: Chinen noted that more homeless are living within City and County of Honolulu Parks and asked if something would be done. Chinen asked that Weed & Seed Programs be extended to parks. Chinen asked that illegally encamped people be removed from the parks. Chinen thanked legislators for their efforts.


State Office of Elections:
• Ways to Register: Voters can register online, by mail, or in person.
o Online: Visit A Hawaii Driver License/Hawaii State ID, and the last 4-digits of your Social Security Number are needed to access the Online Voter Registration System.
o By Mail: Obtain a paper application at and submit to your Clerk's Office.
o In Person: Visit our office or your respective Clerk's Office.
o Confirmation; Confirm your registration by visiting
o Updating Information: Update your registration if you have moved or changed your name since the last election. Follow the registration methods above to update your information.
o Election Day Registration: In the 2018 Elections, voters who are not registered to vote can register and vote on Election Day at the polling place based on their current residence status.
• Registration Deadline: The registration deadline for the General Election is on Tuesday, October 9, 2018.
• Mail Ballot Request Deadline: The deadline for a mail ballot is Tuesday, October 30, 2018.
• Early Voting Period: The early voting period is open from Tuesday, October 23, 2018 to Saturday, November 3, 2018.
• General Election: The General Election is on Tuesday, November 6, 2018. The polls open at 7:00 a.m. and close at 6:00 p.m.
• Volunteering Possibilities: Over 4,000 volunteers are needed to conduct Hawaii's elections.
o Stipends: Volunteers are able to receive stipends from $85 to $175 for their efforts.
o Non-Profit: Volunteers can choose to donate their stipends to non-profits organizations.
o Students: High school and college students can help provide a vital community service, record community service hours, earn extra spending money, or conduct a fund-raiser for Project Graduation, student government, Audio Visual program, sports, or college programs.
o Position Descriptions:
Precinct Officials:
• Must be able to assist voters in the polling place.
• Verify voters are in correct polling place.
• Verify voter's Identification (ID)
• Have the voters sign the Poll Book.
• Issue ballot- voters have a choice to vote on a paper ballot or an electric ballot.
• Monitor the voting machines.
o eScan for paper ballots.
o eSlate to vote electronically.
Control Center Operators: Personnel would need to report to the State Capitol House Chambers by 5:30 a.m. and are excused after the Polls Close at 6:45 p.m. Personnel would also be asked to work our call center and respond to telephone inquiries and requests from polling places using computer based call center application.
Delivery Collection Team
o Personnel would be asked to delivers ballots and election supplies in the morning.
o Personnel would be asked to collect voted ballots and election supplies after the polls close.
o Contact Information: Residents that are interested in volunteering, please contact (808)-453-VOTE (8683). The Office of Elections can also be reached by email at or at their website
o Training Class: There will be a training class for volunteers at Aliiolani Elementary School Cafeteria on Saturday, October 13, 2018. The 9:00 a.m. training will be held for Precinct Officials. There will be a 11:00 a.m. training period for Voter Assistance Officials and Precinct Chairpersons.
• Assistance: Voters needing any assistance with: parking accessibility, toolkits assistance, language assistance, or voting machines; please contact TTY: (808) 453-6150 or TTY Toll Free: 1-800-345-5915.
• Registration Questions: Any City and County of Honolulu residents with registration question please contact 808-768-3800 for more information.

Questions and comments followed:
1. Non-Profit Organizations: Gardner asked and Gold responded that volunteers from non-profit organizations would be able to work and have their stipends donated to their non-profit organization. Gold noted that volunteers can make between $85 and $175. Gold stated that the final training seminar for volunteers would be on Thursday, October 25, 2018 at Sunset Beach.
2. Poll Locations: Chinen asked what determines poll locations and Gold stated that their voting district and polling location would be determined by the address that they used during registration.

Hawaii Department of Education: No representatives were present.

Hearing no objections, Chair Schneider added Michele Nekota, the Director of Parks and Recreation, to the Agenda. Nekota presented the following information:

Update from the Department of Parks and Recreations (DPR): Michelle Nakota, Director of Parks and Recreation, presented the following:

• There are 299 parks within the City and County of Honolulu.
• 300th Park: The 300th park is scheduled to be Aloha Park in Waikiki. Private Public Partnerships (P3) will be utilized to create Aloha Park. Aloha Park is planned to benefit all the residents of Waikiki.
• DPR Facilities: The DPR maintains 21 pools and 1000 facilities countywide.
• Renovated Facilities: The DPR has renovated 213 comfort stations over the last three (3) years. The DPR has renovated 74 playgrounds and play stations over the last three (3) years. 200 basketball courts have been resurfaced. Nakota asked that residents visit to view the progress.
• Kaimuki Community Park: Nakota stated that the DPR is currently working on Kaimuki Community Park and noted that the project is currently installing safety regulations for the play area.
• Kaimuki Gymnasium: Nakota stated that DPR is working to repair the Kaimuki gymnasium's roof.
• Kaimuki Intermediate School: Nakota noted that the DPR is working towards the improvement of drainage and flooding issues surrounding Kaimuki Intermediate School.

Questions and comments followed:
1. Kapaolono Community Park: Kokolus asked about Kapaolono Community Park and stated that there are no picnic tables or rest areas within the park. Nakota will report back. Hoe noted that a few rest areas exist in the park.
2. Private Public Partnerships (P3): Hara noted that there have been difficulties while attempting to speak to regional elected officials. Hara stated that Kaimuki would desire the application of P3s and asked how this could be executed. Nakota stated that the Department and Department Director would need to be directly contacted. Gardner asked about Kakou for Parks' sponsorship of Kaimuki Community Park and Nakota stated that a P3 would better expedite the interdepartmental process.
3. Kakou for Parks: Gardner asked and Nakota stated that the Kakou for Parks program has been utilized at Pupukea Beach Park by the Rotary Club.
4. Recognition: Gardner asked and Nakota noted that the organizations may choose to have a commemorative plaque installed.
5. Reservations; Gardner asked about the possible rental of the hula stage at the Kaimuki Community Park and Nakota stated that residents must contact park staff for reservations.
6. P3 Status: Chair Schneider asked and Nakota responded that companies do not need to be non-profit to utilize P3s.
7. Kaimuki Business and Professional Association (KBPA): Chair Schneider asked about KBPA fundraising to fix the lights in Kaimuki's parks and Nakota noted that DPR does not have the requisite engineers for this project. Nakota stated that the Department of Design and Construction would facilitate their needs.
8. Homeless: Chinen noted the homeless issue around the Ala Wai and asked about the issues possible expansion. Nakota stated that homelessness is an island wide issue and requested people call the Department of Facilities hotline for Stored Property Ordinance or Sidewalk Nuisance at 768-3585. However, Nakota noted that many homeless individuals are wary of the jurisdictional fallacies.
9. Feral Chicken Problem: Yamada asked and Nakota noted that some parks in the City and County of Honolulu have a feral chicken issue.


Hearing no objections, Chair Schneider moved to Agenda item: Elected Officials: Governor David Ige

Governor David Ige - Cathy Betts, Deputy Director of the Department of Human Services (DHS) was present; a newsletter was circulated and reported the following: Diamond Head Tunnel: Betts reported that the lights within the Diamond Head Tunnel have been repaired.

Questions and comments followed:
1. Diamond Head Tunnel: A resident noted that there are still five (5) lights out in the Diamond Head Tunnel and that the tunnel has been an issue for a year.
2. State Department of Defense (SDOD): Kokolus asked and Betts stated that the SDOD is a department funded by the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency (HIEMA) and is focused on the safety of the community. Chair Schneider noted that the department was once called Civil Defense.

Mayor Kirk Caldwell's Representative - Director Mark Wong of the Department of Information Technology (DIT) was present; the following was reported:
• Constitutional Amendment: In November, voters will be voting on a Constitutional Amendment that will greatly affect Hawaii. Currently, only the counties have the jurisdiction to tax real-properties. This amendment would add an additional surcharge and raise the cost of living. The amendment utilizes ambiguous language that doesn't guarantee that teachers will receive any of these additional taxes.
• Primary Urban Center Development Plan (PUCDP): The Department of Planning and Permitting has begun an update to the PUCDP. The PUCDP covers the area from Wai‘alae-K hala to Pearl City and includes growth and development policies and guidelines that implement the comprehensive vision of the County's General Plan. The PUCDP is a visionary document for the region that addresses zoning, infrastructure investments, and other City codes and standards. Critical issues for the plan update include affordable housing, transit oriented development (TOD) and transportation mode choices, infrastructure, parks, and planning for climate change and sea level rise. Visit the project website for the latest project information. There you can take a survey, see upcoming opportunities to get involved, and contact the project team.
• Koko Head Avenue and Harding Avenue: The Department of Transportation Services (DTS) will be conducting an investigation, which may require research, site observtions, and an analysis of the traffic history. DTS will inform the board of the status of their investigation by the end of the year.
• 1250 Elizabeth Street: On Wednesday, August 22, 2018, an investigation by the Building Division revealed no construction activity at 1250 Elizabeth Street. The construction of the new dwelling has not started, as the Building Permit is under review. Therefore, we are unable to verify the building envelope and setback requirements at this time. There were no violations observed on this investigation.
• Monster Homes: The Department of Planning and Permitting (DPP) stated; in response to Council Resolution 17-276, CD1, the DPP recently forwarded its report, recommendation, and draft bill relating to regulating the size of detached dwellings to the Planning Commission. The Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, October 17, 2018, to discuss the draft bill obtained in Resolution 17-276, CD1. It will also hear the DPP alternate bill. The DPP welcomes discussion with Councilmember Trevor Ozawa and the public during hearings. A copy of both bills and brochure that summarizes the DPP's recommendations can be found at:
• Koko Head and Waialae Avenue: The DTS needs more information in order to determine the safety issues before an investigation can be conducted.
• Kaimuki Municipal Lot: DTS stated that the concerns for the inoperable pay stations at the Kaimuki Municipal Parking Lot #1 are valid; the parking equipment is obsolete and needs upgrading and replacement. DTS plans to procure the parking operator and equipment upgrades in the future. We appreciate the Neighborhood Board's support as we make critical upgrades.

Questions and comments followed:
1. Constitutional Amendment: Hara requested that elected officials give a response on the Constitutional Amendment.
2. PUCDP Genesis: Kokolus asked when the PUCDP was formed and Chair Schneider noted that the PUCDP was written in 2004 and is being updated. Kokolus asked if there were plans for major revisions and Wong noted that this is the purpose of the process. Wong noted that the process begins now and ends in 2020. Kokolus noted that the 14 year old plan should be rewritten and not revised. Wong noted that they have an online survey for residents to file their feelings on the plan. Chair Schneider noted that the plan is fine and Kokolus stated that the plan is not fine and is in need of revisions. Pierce noted that the original plan was a framework that could be revised and Kokolus disagreed.
3. Koko Head and Waialae Avenue: Chair Schneider noted that they are in contact with DTS about the issues at the intersection.
4. Full Disclosure: Wong asked that the names of people that levied concerns be recorded within the Mayor's Representative Reports.
5. Kaimuki Municipal Lot: Hara asked why the broken machine are not removed and Wong stated that not all the machines are broken but they are in need of repairs. Chair noted that there are always issues in the parking lot. Yamada stated that a resident has lost their credit card to a malfunctioning machine. Chair Schneider noted that some cars have quick pay features for parking structures. Chair Schneider asked when the project would be completed and Wong stated that they were unsure.
6. 12th Avenue-Koko Head Avenue-Crater Road: Gardner asked about the intersection at 12th Avenue, Koko Head Avenue, and Crater Road and noted that there are drooping power lines that create safety issues. Wong asked that residents use 311 to report these issues or use the HNL.Info app to get information about any emergency and received texted push messages.
7. SDOD: Wong noted that the SDOD includes the National Guard and stated that their Headquarters is located on Diamond Head Road.

Councilmember Ann Kobayashi - Councilmember Ann Kobayashi was present; a newsletter was disseminated.
• Park Committee: Kobayashi stated that there was a Park Committee meeting on Tuesday, September 18, 2018 and noted that Director Nakota was in attendance. Kobayashi asked that HPD better enforce laws and regulations within parks. Kobayashi stated that there are initiatives in place to reclaim parks and sidewalks for the safety of residents and tourists. Kobayashi noted that the parks should belong to the park and is concerned that some City and County of Honolulu parks are not being utilized due to unsafe conditions.
• Commission Renewal: The Charter Amendments pertaining to the Park and Neighborhood Commissions are being reviewed before renewal.

Questions and comments followed: Neighborhood Commission: Kokolus asked why members from the Neighborhood Commission do not attend Board Meetings and Kobayashi stated that the Commission does send reports and has a representative present at the meeting. Kobayashi noted that the Neighborhood Commission hear complaints, train board members, assist the Board Chairs, send notices, and facilitate meetings. Kokolus asked and Kobayashi noted that the Neighborhood Commission is appointed. Kokolus asked why the Commission is not elected to their position and Kobayashi noted that Neighborhood Commissioners are submitted to a special hearing and appointment system. Kobayashi stated that the Commission meets monthly and hears all reports and complaints from the Neighborhood Board System. Kokolus stated that the Neighborhood Commission should be elected not appointed. Kobayashi stated that the Neighborhood Commission does a good job. Kokolus is worried that this is not constitutional. Kobayashi stated that the Board may make a charter amendment proposal to have commissions be an elected position.

Councilmember Trevor Ozawa - Karen Yorimoto circulated a handout and stated the following:
• Hurricane Preparedness: Yorimoto asked that residents take time now to consider basic disaster preparedness and what actions you or your family will take in the event a hurricane threatens Oahu. Due to our isolation and large population nearing one million residents it could be many days before local disaster relief efforts reach all those who are affected. Individuals, families, and businesses should be prepared to be on their own for at least 14 days. Assemble basic supplies such as food, water, clothing, and important medications for a 14-day kit. For more information please visit the City and County of Honolulu's Department of Emergency Management (DEM) site at You can download information sheets as well as sign up for emergency notifications via the City and County of Honolulu's mobile application.

Questions and comments followed:
1. Pedestrian Safety Statistics: Chair Schneider asked that Ozawa's office bring statistics on pedestrian safety.
2. Kapiolani Contraflow Statistics: A resident asked if Ozawa was in charge of the Kapiolani Contraflow Project and requested statistics on the project. Yarimoto noted that these stats are currently unavailable. Chair Schneider asked and Ozawa noted that residents may contact Ozawa by email at or by phone at (808) 768-5004.

Senator Stanley Chang - Ian Terayama was present; a handout was disseminated and the following was reported:
• Hurricane Preparedness: Although Hurricane Lane has come and gone, we are still in the middle of hurricane season, and other storms may threaten Hawaii in the future. Please take time now to prepare for your family, business, and property before a hurricane hazard affects your area. Caregivers and kupuna need to have a detailed disaster plan that involves creating a support system network of neighbors and friends. Caregivers of people with dementia should have more than one person to watch over a loved one to help keep them calm and to make sure they do not wander away. Include a two-week supply of needed medication. Include extra eyeglasses and hearing aids in your emergency kit, along extra batteries for battery-operated medical or assistive technology devices.

Comment followed: Constitutional Amendment: Chinen suggested that the proposed Constitutional Amendment for a State Real-Property Surcharge not be included on the ballot.

Representative Calvin K.Y. Say - Representative Say circulated a handout. Yamada reported the following:
• 16th Avenue and Waialae Avenue: There is an issue due to a shared left turn signal lane. They recommended that the sign be made similar to the Sierra Drive and 10th Avenue intersection. Say will conduct a traffic study.

Questions and Comments followed:
1. Redevelopment of Underutilized Department of Education (DOE) Land: Chair Schneider read about the redevelopment of underutilized DOE properties.
2. E-Waste Recycling: 15th Annual Community Clean-Up E-waste Recycling will take place on Saturday, September 22, 2018 at Kaimuki High School. The E-waste recycling will occur from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. Please save your recyclable waste for this date and help turn trash into cash for community programs. Please bring donations of canned goods and clothing.

Hearing no objections, Chair Schneider returned to Agenda item: Senator Les Ihara.

Senator Les Ihara: Senator Ihara was present; a newsletter was circulated:
• Special Session: Ihara stated that the Senate will be holding special sessions to consider two new judges. Senate could automatically approve the judges but Ihara believes that the Senate will not do this.

Questions and comments:
1. State Constitutional Amendment: Moniz asked and Ihara stated that there are two State Constitutional Amendments that are being considered currently.
2. State Constitution: Kokolus asked about the State Constitution and Ihara noted that every ten years there is a consideration for a State Constitutional Convention. Kokolus asked and Ihara stated that the original State Constitution was written at statehood. Ihara noted that Legislators are the guardians of the Constitution and work to balance the needs of the people.
3. Real Property Surcharge: A resident asked about the State surcharge being levied against investment real properties is within the Tax Code and Ihara noted that it most likely would be. Resident noted that State tax collectors are in charge of collecting the General Excise Tax. The resident asked whom is in charge of collecting the surcharge and Ihara noted that this would be detailed after the Amendment is voted upon.
4. Tax Code: Chair Schneider noted that residents would pay a percentage compared to their real property tax. A resident asked and Chair Schneider stated that it is unclear if the surcharge is within the Tax Code.
5. Transparency: Chinen believed that the Constitutional Amendment is sneaky and Ihara asked for clarification. Chinen noted that the Amendment seems desperate and would affect families that own second homes. Chair noted that the amendment has ambiguous language that may create unclear laws that affect a majority of residents. Ihara stated that it should not affect voters as drastically as proposed. Kokolus noted that they are confused by the language of the amendment. Chair noted that the Amendment is confusing and requires research.
6. Previous Amendment: Yamada asked Ihara noted that the last Amendment was written in 1978.

Formation of Permitted interaction Group (PIG) to collect demographic data and set up a survey to define Kaimuki character and other information - Chair Schneider noted that if anyone wanted to join a PIG that they could start meeting next month.

Hara moved and Gardner seconded the motion to formulate a PIG to collect demographic date and set up a survey to define Kaimuki character and other information. The motion PASSED by VOICE VOTE; (7-2-0). (AYE: Hara, Hoe, Pierce, Schneider, Moniz, Evans and Gardner; NAY: Kokolus and Yamada; ABSTAIN: NONE.)

Discussion followed:
1. PIG Membership: Chair Schneider asked for volunteers; Gardner and Evans volunteered to become members of the PIG. Moniz asked and Chair Schneider noted that residents can join the PIG.
2. Issues: Yamada stated that there are issues with PIGs due to the amount of Agendas that need to be reported. Naylon noted that these issues stem from Sub-Committees.

Approval of Wednesday, August 15, 2018 Regular Meeting Minutes - Hoe moved and Pierce seconded the motion that the Wednesday, August 15, 2018, regular meeting minutes be APPROVED AS AMENDED. Hearing no objections the motion PASSED by UNANIMOUS CONSENT, 9-0-0; (AYE: Gardner, Hara, Hoe, Pierce, Schneider, Moniz, Kokolus, Evans, and Yamada; NAY: NONE; ABSTAIN: NONE.)

Amendments are as follows:
1. Page 1, under Date, it should read," WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 2018."
2. Page 1, under Guests, it should read,??? Tommy Waters".
3. Page 2, under Honolulu Police Department, it should read,""
4. Page 3, under Public Input, it should read," Maunalani Park and Kaimuki Park: Schneider noted that Maunalani and Kaimuki Parks were undergoing repairs.
5. Page 4, under Mayor Kirk Caldwell's Representative, it should read," DTS: The Department of Transportation Services is unable to determine the resident's concern for improvements at the intersection of 12th and Kokohead Avenues. DTS requests the resident contact Austin Rose of the DTS at 768-8318 to discuss the concerns at the intersection."
6. Page 4, under Mayor Kirk Caldwell's Representative, it should read," Hoe rejoined the meeting at 7:35; ten members present.???
7. Page 5, under David Ige, it should read," Payroll."
8. Page 6, under Comments followed, it should read," Kapiolani Community College (KCC): Moniz asked about a project that is being considered to add an additional shoulder lane in an effort to alleviate the issues created by KCC's student parking."
9. Page 6, under Comments followed, it should read," Kokolus asked about the carcinogenic nature of asphalt and the risk for surrounding residents and Kimura stated that both materials are safe for use."
10. Page 6, under Comments followed, it should read," Gardner exited the meeting at 8:45 p.m.; nine (9) members present."


Treasurer's Report - Yamada reported an expenditure of $24.87 and a remaining balance of $434.13.

A. The next regular Board Meeting will be Wednesday, October 17, 2018, at Kaimuki Christian Church, Fellowship Hall, 7:00 p.m.

ADJOURNMENT - Chair Schneider adjourned the meeting at 8:45 p.m.

Submitted by: Christopher Naylon, Neighborhood Board Assistant

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