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Diamond Head Neighborhood Board Meeting November 2019 Minutes
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2018
ALA WAI CLUB HOUSE
CALL TO ORDER: Chair George 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, Ajay Bhatt, Michelle Matson, Barbara Miller, Bert Narita, Don Persons, Laura St. Denis, Winston Welch, Jerry Wanager, George West, Winston Welch, and Linda Wong.
Member Absent: Richard Figliuzzi, Mark Kamahele, Leonora Cuban.
Guests: State House Speaker Emeritus Calvin Say; State Representative Bertrand Kobayashi; Councilmember Anne Kobayashi; Kenny Amazaki (Office of Councilmember Trevor Ozawa); State Representative Scott Nishimoto and Kevan Wong (Office of Representative Scott Nishimoto); Lieutenant Hayamoto (Honolulu Police Department); Ann Wong (Board of Water Supply); Daisy Murai (Residents); and Thomas Baldwin (Neighborhood Assistant).
Announcements: Chair West commented that anyone wishing to speak on items not already on the agenda should fill out a Community Concern form at the front table and turn it into the Chair or Neighborhood Assistant.
PUBLIC SAFETY REPORTS
Honolulu Fire Department (HFD - Waikiki Station): No representative was present.
Honolulu Police Department (HPD) - District 6 Waikiki/ Diamond Head): No representative was present.
Honolulu Police Department (HPD - District 7 Kapahulu/St. Louis Heights): Lieutenant Hayamoto reported the following:
• October 2018 Statistics: There were 13 burglaries, 5 thefts, 8 UEMV, and 6388 total calls for service.
• Safety Tip: Scams: HPD encourages individuals to be wary of scams, discouraging residents from transferring money to strangers claiming to represent a sweepstakes, threaten your finances, or request payment upfront for home improvements. Verify the identity of the individual before transferring funds, and when in doubt, call 911.
Questions, comments, and concerns followed:
1. 9-1-1: Welch asked and Lieutenant Hayamoto responded that the total calls for service represent all the 9-1-1 calls within District 7, adding that 9-1-1 is the best number to call in non-emergency situations as well. He added that residents calling for non-emergency reasons can say "non-emergency" when they call 9-1-1.
2. Hokalani Elementary School: Allen expressed concerns with the homeless surrounding and utilizing Hokalani Elementary School utilities at night.
3. Natatorium Event Parking: St. Denis asked and Lieutenant Hayamoto responded that the Natatorium falls under District 6. Chair West commented that provisions were being made to provide parking for the event at the Natatorium.
Board of Water Supply: Ann Wong of the BWS reported the following:
• Main Breaks: There were no main breaks in the month of October 2018.
• General Water Announcements: Be wary of scam calls or visits. The BWS is reminding its customers to be wary of potential scams involving fraudulent phone calls or visits from people claiming to represent the water agency, stating the account is overdue, demanding immediate payment. This warning comes as scammers have approached customers using these tactics. Anyone who receives unexpected and or aggressive phone calls demanding payment for a past due bill are encouraged to call the BWS for verification. Do not give any information to the caller. Here are a few tips to help protect yourself from scams that may use water bills as a lure: Know your account status. Call BWS customer service staff at 748-5030 or sign up for online billing services for accurate information about your account. Understand BWS collection procedures. BWS does not call customers outside its business hours Monday through Friday, 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., to request for payment. BWS does not call customers, demand payment, and collect payment all in the same phone call. If a customer is contacted for overdue payment, he or she will be asked to call 748-5030 to make a credit card payment. Safeguard your personal information. Never give your credit or debit card number or personal information to any caller or visitor without knowing their true identity.
• BWS Se Wong reported that BWS Security continues to monitor the Diamond Head area. A check was made on November 1, 2018 with nothing new to report.
• Ala Wai Recycled Water Project: Regarding the Ala Wai Recycled Water Project, the study and technical memo are in the pre-draft Environmental Impact Statement stage, and is under agency review.
Questions, comments, and concerns followed: Red Hill Bulk Fuel Storage Tanks: Linda Wong asked and Ann Wong responded that no new updates from the BWS regarding the Red Hill Fuel Storage Tanks was available at this time.
Mayor Kirk Caldwell's Representative: No representative was available; a memo was distributed indicating no update from the previous month's report.
Questions, comments, and concerns followed: Rainbow Drive Inn Crosswalk: St. Denis commented that she spoke to Mayor Kirk Caldwell regarding the removed crosswalks near Rainbow Drive Inn.
Governor David Ige's Representative: No representative was present; no report was given.
RESIDENTS/ COMMUNITY CONCERNS
Hearing no objection, Chair West added "Neighborhood Commission Office (NCO) Update" to the agenda.
Neighborhood Commission Office (NCO) Update: Public Relations Assistant Jackson Coley reported the following:
• Neighborhood Board Elections: The Neighborhood Board Elections will be coming up shortly. The candidate registration process will be from December 2018 to February 2019. The voting period will be from April 2019 to May 2019. The results will come out in June 2019 and everything will come into effect in July 2019. For more information, contact Jackson Coley at (808) 768-3721 or email him at email@example.com.
• Community Outreach: Coley reported that the NCO continues to promote the Neighborhood Boards in communities across the county. Those interested in acquiring a NCO poster for their organization or knows where one could be posted in their community are encouraged to contact the NCO.
??? Online Board Member Training: Coley reported that the NCO is now providing Board member training through the NCO website to assist board members and community members in becoming more familiar with the Neighborhood Plan, Sunshine Law, and Robert's Rules of Order.
• Social Media: NCO is in the process of posting promotional videos, public service announcement, and follow-up videos demonstrating the effectiveness of Neighborhood Board meetings. These will be posted on NCO's social media pages on Facebook and Instagram.
• Neighborhood Board Candidate Drives: Coley reported that the NCO plans to coordinate pop-up candidate drives throughout the island between December 2018 and February 2019 with the intention of registering residents to run for and registering to vote in the upcoming elections. Residents are encouraged to share ideal locations within their communities for these drives with the NCO.
Questions, comments, and concerns followed: ThinkTech: Welch expressed his appreciation for the report, commenting that representatives from NCO have previously been on ThinkTech, and encouraged them to provide similar updates through ThinkTech.
Hearing no objection, Chair West added "Bikeshare" to the agenda.
Burglaries at Wauke/Collins St. - Chair West reported that a Neighborhood Watch Program is in the works to help deter future burglaries in the Wauke/Collins Street neighborhood. He added that Representative Kobayashi has been instrumental in getting direct responses from the HPD to interested residents.
Date Street Crosswalks - Chair West summarized a report provided by Cliff Kaneshiro of Councilmember Kobayashi's Office: Councilmember Kobayashi's Office made a service request related to bringing back three (3) removed crosswalks along Date Street. The response from DTS indicated that DDC is working with a contractor to update striping. Updates will be given to Neighborhood Boards by the DDC when they are available.
Crane Park, Homeless - Wong reported that Kimo Carvalho of IHS could not attend tonight's meeting. Community Policing Team Officer Holden reported the following:
• Hokulani Elementary School and Kanewai Park: Responding to Allen's concerns with the homeless at Hokulani Elementary School and Kanewai Park, Officer Holden reported multi-agency project is planned for mid to late November 2018 for the area. They plan to have a cleanup with DFM accompanied by specialized units to assist the homeless.
• Neighborhood Park Closures: Chair West commented that the deadline for the restoration of the three (3) neighborhood parks had been extended. He asked and Officer Holden responded that they have not been given the updated deadline. He commented that at Ala Wai Park, their team helped bring 15 people into shelters, with an additional three (3) to be sheltered from Ala Wai Park and Crane Park by the following week.
• Crane Park: Chair West asked and Officer Holden responded that, regarding assisting the homeless, they are utilizing all of their available resources to aid the homeless who want assistance. He added that progress appears to be made through HPD's H.E.L.P program, adding that building trust between outreach workers and the homeless is an integral part of the process. Wong reported that a public relations officer with the City and County informed her that Crane Park would reopen on November 12, 2018. Wong expressed concerns with the amount of people and their property lining the fence outside of Crane Park awaiting it to reopen; she expressed concerns that the park will quickly return to its previous state once it reopens. Officer Holden responded to issues related to the effectiveness of the joint-outreach, he commenting that their team coordinates joint outreach efforts once a month, with the joint outreach efforts rotating between several districts. He added that their team as well as human services organizations still conduct unilateral outreach when possible. In response to concerns with the parks returning to their previous state, Officer Holden reported that the District patrol officers are tasked with assuring that park closure hours are enforced. Wong asked and Officer Holden responded that the number of people contacted through outreach statistics do not always correlate with the number of individuals going into treatment.
Kaimana Beach Shower & Water Fountain - St. Denis distributed and a read a resolution resolution requesting repair of the water fountain and showers with drainage improvements at Kaimana beach.
St. Denis moved and Wanager seconded to adopt the resolution Requesting Repair of the Water Fountain and Showers with Drainage Improvements at Kaimana beach
Water Fountains:Welch commented that there is an additional water fountain that ought to be addressed.
Kaimana Beach Coalition: Wong summarized a letter from Rick Bernstein of the Kaimana Beach Coalition, describing issues with the the pipe leading up the bathroom and the shower breaks often due to its location. The letter commented that signs ought to be posted discouraging beach-goers from using soap or shampoo, as they leak directly into the sand. The letter encourages novel solutions to the issues related to Kaimana Beach.
The motion WAS ADOPTED by ROLL CALL VOTE; - - (AYE: Allen, Bowman, Miller, Narita, Persons, St. Denis, Wanager, Welch, Wong, West. NAY: None. ABSTAIN: None.)
Honolulu Marathon, Sunday, December 9, 2018 - Chair West distributed a traffic advisory from the Honolulu Marathon to be held on Sunday, December 9, 2018.
Bikeshare: Chair West reported that Bikeshare had communicated to the NCO that they could not attend the meeting tonight. Chair West invited public discussion related to Bikeshare:
• Kapiolani Community College (KCC): Chair West reported that KCC approved the installation of one (1) Biki station on their property.
• Waikiki School: Chair West distributed a report from Waikiki School describing their position on the issue.
• Invitation: Wong requested that Bikeshare be invited to the January 2019 meeting.
Councilmember Anne Kobayashi: Councilmember Kobayashi's Office distributed a newsletter and reported the following:
• Bikeshare Extension: Councilmember Kobayashi reported that their office sent communications to Bikeshare throughout the proposal period expressing their concerns with various locations, including stations installed on streets instead of sidewalks.
• City Funds for Rail: Councilmember Kobayashi reported that she voted against a proposal to use property taxes for the Rail. She commented that previous promises dating back to 2006 have been undermined through repeated underestimation of the project costs and mismanagement.
• Parks: Councilmember Kobayashi reported on the park closures, adding that storage of property is a concern for the City.
• Legislation: Councilmember Kobayashi reported that a bill to help expedite the permitting process for regular one (1) and two (2) bedroom homes passed second reading at the City Council. She added that this is not for Monster Homes. She commented that the bill aims to expedite the permitting process with simple renovations that still require a permit, such as domestic bathroom renovations to accommodate senior or disabled residents.
Questions, comments, and concerns followed:
1. Rail Funding: Vice Chair Narita expressed concerns with the proposals to use property taxes for projects like the Rail. He expressed concerns with the lack of federal representation from adequate stakeholders when it comes to these projects. Councilmember Kobayashi commented that an audit will be conducted at the end of the year. She added that sea level rise could pose problems for the Rail construction in the future.
2. Permits: Matson requested that the types of structures applicable for the expedited permits be defined so as to exclude structures like Monster Homes. Councilmember Kobayashi commented that they are keeping Monster Homes in mind.
3. Rail Funding (continued): Welch expressed concerns with sea level rise and the impact on the Rail. A separate route was proposed by Scott Wilson, a former President of the American Institute of Architects, to utilize the King Street/ Beretania Street corridors for the remainder of the project. Welch asked if the Council could reassess the proposed construction and move the line to the proposed corridors. Councilmember Kobayashi responded that a new proposal as described would require an EIS. She commented the cost of an additional EIS would be valuable if it could prevent a nine (9) billion dollar construction project from being compromised through sea level rise.
4. Parks: Wong asked and Councilmember Kobayashi responded that the community of McCully/Mo'ili'ili is currently drafting a Master Plan for Old Stadium Park.
Councilmember Trevor Ozawa: Kenny Amazaki of Councilmember Ozawa's Office distributed a newsletter, summarized its contents, and reported the following:
• Bikeshare: Amazaki reported that Councilmember Ozawa's Office facilitated communication between Waikiki Elementary School and Bikeshare Hawaii regarding the proposed station near the school. He reported that they are currently discussing a proposed Bikeshare station on Leahi Avenue with the administration. He added that they hope to address authority concerns with the City and County permitting a bike station for Leahi Avenue, a private road.
• Crosswalks: Amazaki reported that Councilmember Ozawa's Office is addressing concerns with the accidental removal of crosswalks, and the considerable delay in restriping them. He clarified that once a crosswalk is removed, even accidentally, curve ramps must be installed before a crosswalk can be restriped.
Questions, comments, and concerns followed:
1. Administration Position on Climate Change: Vice Chair Narita expressed concerns with the inconsistency of the administration regarding climate change and sea level rise. At the request of the Board, Vice Chair Narita's comments were recorded verbatim: "This [question] is for both of the councilmembers. We discussed briefly climate change, ocean level rise, etc. Why is the administration so inconsistent if it's really, truly concerned about sea level rise? It seems like on all the computer projections, Waikiki is destined to return to its original [É] state, yet we want to build another bridge over the Ala Wai. We have transit stations in [flood-prone] areas. Our focus now, and rightly so, is on Red Hill and the threat to our water. Yet with sea level rise, no one says anything about the adverse effect on our aquifer bubble if sea level rise truly is anticipated. Even the BWS is not concerned. It seems to me that the BWS at this juncture should be looking at water distillation using the sea water that surrounds us in unlimited supply if there actually is a threat, and the administration doesn't even look at it. So here we see on one hand we're concerned about sea level rise, but it's being used only for the advantage of projects that would draw funding for their campaigns. It's not looking at the overall problems or potential problems that could jeopardize our resources such as water. I think we need to hold them accountable and have some consistency if you are going to assume that sea level rise is in our future, let's be consistent."
2. Bikeshare: Matson commented that the Vice Principal of Waikiki School has presented their serious concerns with Bikeshare's proposed site. Matson expressed concerns with Bikeshare's aggressive expansion and permitting requests. She asked and Amazaki clarified that Bikeshare requested a permit be provided for Leahi Avenue, which prompted the discussion related to the City and County???s authority to issue bikeshare station permits on a private road. Matson asked and Amazaki responded that they will keep in contact with Waikiki Elementary School as updates occur related to Bikeshare stations proximal to their property. Matson expressed concerns with the proposed Bikeshare stations on Kapiolani Park Trust Land and the Diamond Head State Monument, which requires proper permitting. Amazaki responded that his office is unaware of the proposals, and would investigate the issue further.
3. Rail Routing: Welch requested that his concerns with the Rail routing be communicated to Councilmember Ozawa.
4. Orange Fencing: Welch requested assistance form their office regarding concerns with the orange fencing and the proposal to construct a 12 foot chain link fence to replace it.
5. Bikeshare (continued): Welch recommended they explore a bike station at a parking lot near Leahi Avenue, which is under the jurisdiction of the City and County of Honolulu. Matson clarified that the specified lot falls under Kapiolani Park Trust, and would require permitting.
6. Voting Recount: Wong asked and Amazaki responded that Hawaii does not have automatic recount for close races. Wong asked and Amazaki responded that a petition must be made to the Hawaii Supreme Court.
7. Bikeshare (continued): Wong provided a site suggestion as an alternative to the proposed Bikeshare sites.
Senator Stanley Chang: Ian Teriyama of Senator Stanley Chang's Office distributed a newsletter and reported the following: Housing Conference: Teriyama commented that Senator Chang's office will be hosting a Housing Conference on November 16, 2018 from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the State Capitol Auditorium. The discussion will explore ways to reach 65,000 new housing units by 2025. The public is invited.
Questions, comments, and concerns followed: Housing Conference: Matson commented that Senator Chang appears to be interested in high-density development in Honolulu. She commented that some of this has been reasonably done, but requested more information regarding the height and range of the high-density developments Senator Chang wishes to explore in Honolulu. She expressed her concerns with the lack of available resources imposed by geography, adding that Honolulu is very different from Singapore, the inspiration for Senator Chang's proposed housing model.
Senator Les Ihara's: No representative was present; no report was given.
Representative Bertrand Kobayashi: Representative Kobayashi distributed a newsletter and reported the following:
• Homeless on Diamond Head: Representative Kobayashi reported that the Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR) has now started unscheduled enforcement actions in State Lands above Diamond Head Road. Representative Kobayashi clarified that these are not sweeps, which coordinate in advanced with outreach works.
• Committees: Representative Kobayashi reported that Committee assignments have been announced for the upcoming legislative session. He summarized major changes, which include the combination of the Education and Higher Education committees and the creation of the Humans Services and Homelessness Committee.
• Natatorium: Representative Kobayashi reported that there is a proposal related to the Natatorium, with the due dates for comments on December 24, 2018. This proposal involves the creation of a concrete sea wall at the beach.
Questions, comments, and concerns followed:
1. Burglaries at Wauke and Collins St: Chair West expressed appreciation to Representative Kobayashi for his efforts in assisting the residents around Wauke and Collins Streets in assembling a neighborhood watch program.
2. Natatorium: Wong reported that the draft EIS outlines what appears to be a four (4) foot pool, and Representative Kobayashi clarified that it appears that the Diamond Head Wall next to Kaimana Beach will be retained and reconstructed, the ocean side wall will be demolished and a deck installed, and the a submerged stone wall will be constructed on the Waikiki side.
3. Committee on Human Services and Homelessness: Welch expressed appreciation for the creation of the committee to address homelessness.
4. Homeless on Diamond Head: Matson commented that considering the location, unscheduled action to enforce State Law on DLNR property was justified. She commented that recent fires from those occupying the area above Diamond Head present a serious risk to themselves and the surrounding communities. She added that homeless in the area have been trespassing on residential property as well.
5. Committee Assignments: Vice Chair Narita expressed concerns with the committee assignments of their representatives, commenting that the highest political position held by one (1) of their representatives is the position of majority whip, a position shared among (9) other representatives. Vice Chair Narita expressed concerns with the lack of committee chairmanships held by their neighborhood's delegation, commenting that their delegation may not have the influence they used to. Representative Kobayashi responded that the list does not include committee member assignments; he clarified that both he and Representative Nishimoto will likely sit on the House Finance Committee. Vice Chair Narita commented that Chairs may enact decisions related to committee business without the approval of the members. He expressed concerns with rationale behind nine (9) whip positions, suggesting that the political leadership may have problems finding a majority among its members. Representative Kobayashi responded that the majority whips in the State House defer in their role from that of whips in Congress. He commented that the role of corralling votes at the State House tends to fall on the subject matter chairs who propose a given piece of legislation have that responsibility. He added that the increase in the number of whips coincide with the removal of other leadership positions. Matson agreed with the concerns with current assignments, adding that their delegation recently held more influential positions.
6. Kaimana Beach: Wong asked and Representative Kobayashi responded that he is planning to introduce a bill that would ban fishing from Kaimana Beach to the lighthouse. He commented that recent changes in committee assignments places the jurisdiction of the issue under the Water, Land, and Hawaiian Affairs committee, which absorbed the responsibilities of the dissolved Ocean, Marine Resources, and Hawaiian Affairs committee.
Representative Scott Nishimoto: Representative Scott Nishimoto's Office distributed a newsletter and reported the following: Events: Representative Nishimoto distributed flyers related to an upcoming Condorama as well as information related to two (2) Christmas parades in the neighborhood.
House Speaker Emiterus (HSE) Calvin Say: HSE Say distributed a newsletter and reported the following:
• St. Louis Heights Drive Sewer Spill: HSE Say described an issue on November 2, 2018 regarding the St. Louis Heights Drive sewer spill and answered common questions received by his office. The spill appears to have been caused by a contractor's poor application of the road material. HSE Say reported that ENV crews have released the blockage and wastewater flow is back to normal. ENV will work with DDC to repair and resurface the road, with DDC responsible for ensuring similar issues do not reoccur.
??? Wa'ahila Ridge: HSE Say reported that Governor Ige released funding for the Wa'ahila Ridge State Recreation Area for repairs and improvements.
Questions, comments, and concerns followed: State Employee Parking: Vice Chair Narita asked and HSE Say responded that the large parking structure near the State Building near Punchbowl belongs to the State and is utilized for State employee parking. Vice Chair Narita asked and HSE Say responded that State Employee Parking is managed by the Department of Accounting and General Services (DAGS), and is a revolving fund. He clarified that the money that State employees pay to utilize the parking structures go towards the debt accumulated during its construction. Vice Chair Narita expressed his concerns with the State encouraging their employees to drive to work in light of the traffic problems on Oahu. He added his concerns with tax payers supporting the maintenance of a structure encouraging the behavior. HSE Say responded that the parking structure was created and necessary for employees living outside of the urban core to commute to the Capitol Complex Area. He clarified that the users of the parking structure pay for the maintenance and the debt associated with the structure. Vice Chair Narita expressed concerns with some situations where taxpayer funds go towards other parking arrangements, in light of parking agreements made between the State and unions.
Hearing no objections, Chair West moved to RESIDENTS/COMMUNITY CONCERNS
Bike Path Expansion: Resident Daisy Murai reported that DTS plans to hold their final meeting to explore the Oahu Bicycle Path on November 14, 2018 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. This meeting will address the expansion of bike lanes along streets including Bishop Street, South King Street, Pensacola, Pi'ikoi, and Keeaumoku Street.
Aircraft Noise: Matson announced that there is a petition being circulated to address commercial jets, tour helicopters, fixed wing prop planes, and fixed wing helicopters.
PUBLIC EVENTS AND NOTICES: Chair West referred the community to the agenda for listings of public events and notices, which were as follows:
Sunday, November 11, 2018 - Val Nolasco Half Marathon
Thursday, November 22, 2018 - Turkey Trot Fun Run
Friday, November 23, 2018 - Waikiki Holiday Parade
REPORTS OF MEMBERS ATTENDENCE AT OTHER MEETINGS
Planning and Zoning: Planning and Zoning Committee Chair Matson reported the following: Joint Top Golf Forum: Matson reported that the Committee is awaiting updates related to the Joint Top Golf Forum. She added that she received community input from residents of Date Street, the McCully/ Mo'ili'ili Neighborhood Board No. 8. Chair West commented that there does not appear to be much interest in forum from the Waikiki and McCully Boards. Matson commented that community members residing within those boundaries have expressed concerns with the project. Chair West clarified that the lack of interest was reported by the Chairs, adding that he will recontact the Chairs to reevaluate. Matson suggested that the Board convene a forum on Top Golf, and invite members of the larger community.
Parks and Recreation: Parks and Recreation Committee Chair St. Denis reported on the various parks in the community that are closed due to repairs, clarifying that Kapiolani Park is still open. She reported that the Natatorium will be hosting a memorial for the centennial of the end of World War I.
Transportation: Transportation Chair Welch commented that he has no updates related to Transportation.
Letter to Department of Enterprise Services (DES): Welch reported that he has not heard back from DES Director Kaulukukui as he is on vacation. Welch reported that they would reach out to Chair West as far as bringing DES representation to the Board in January 2019. Welch commented that DES recommends all questions related to Top Golf be directed to Top Golf.
Letter to Department of Transportation Services (DTS): Welch reported that he has not heard back from DTS. Wong requested a copy of the letter. Matson requested that the letters be distributed to the Board, and Chair West requested that the Neighborhood Assistant distribute them after the meeting.
Approval of Thursday, October 11, 2018 meeting minutes - Deferred
This item was deferred to the Thursday, January 10, 2019 meeting.
Treasurer's Report: Wanager reported a remaining balance of $442.75 in November 2018.
Subdistrict 1 (St. Louis Heights): Allen announced that the St. Louis Heights Community Association will be meeting at Hokulani School on Monday, November 12, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.
Subdistrict 2 (Kapahulu): No report was given.
Subdistrict 3 (Diamond Head): St. Denis reported that road work on Monsarrat Avenue is close to completion.
Governor's Office Regarding Representative: Chair West reported that Governor Ige's Office has not responded regarding designating a new representative for the Board.
Next Regular Board Meeting: The next regular Board meeting will be at Ala Wai Club House on Thursday, January 10, 2018.
ADJOURNMENT: As there was no further business before the Board, Chair West adjourned the meeting at 8:10 p.m.
Submitted by: Thomas Baldwin, Neighborhood Assistant Finalized by: George West, Chair
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