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CALL TO ORDER - Chair Sharon Schneider called the meeting to order at 6:33 p.m. A quorum was established with 10 members present. Note: This 11-member Board requires six (6) members to establish a quorum and to take official Board action.

Board Members Present - Mark Hagadone, Sharon Schneider, Brian Kang, Nicole Evans, Becky Gardner, Paul Hoe, Molly Pierce, Lori Yamada, David Farrell, and Calvin Hara. 

Board Members Absent - Marilyn Moniz. 

Guests - Director Mark Wong, Department of Information Technology (Mayor Kirk Caldwell's Representative), Leonard Hoshijo (Governor David Ige's Representative), Sergeant W. Scott (Honolulu Police Department); Firefighter Michael Thompson (Honolulu Fire Department); James Larson (Councilmember Ann Kobayashi's Office); Senator Les Ihara Jr.; Ian Terayama (Senator Stanley Chang's Office); Representative Calvin Say and Elton Fukumoto (Representative Calvin Say's Office); Representative Bertrand Kobayashi; Karen Yorimoto (Councilmember Michael Formby's Office), Jackie Conant (Congressman Ed Case's Office); Deputy Director Tim Houghton (Department of Environmental Services), Lorna Heller (Board of Water Supply); Carol Hoshiko (Kapiolani Community College); Dann Carlson (Department of Education); Megan Lucas, Pamela Chow, and Ben Button (University of Hawaii), Nahea Lo, Eric McCutcheon, Dave Watase, and Tommy Waters (Residents); Christopher Naylon (Neighborhood Commission Office). 


Honolulu Fire Department (HFD) - No representative was present; no report was given. 

Honolulu Police Department (HPD) - Sergeant Scott reported the following:
• March 2019 Statistics: There were seven (7) motor vehicle thefts, 26 burglaries, 38 thefts, 23 unauthorized entry of motor vehicles (UEMV) and 6,119 total calls for service. 
• Safety Tip - ATM Safety Tips: When operating an ATM, please be aware of your surroundings. If you see anything that makes you feel uncomfortable, use another ATM at a different location. Use ATMs that are located inside of an open business whenever possible. Do not withdraw large amounts of money. When your transaction is finished, be sure you have your card and your receipt, leave immediately. Avoid counting or displaying large amounts of cash. If a robber demands your money, do not argue or fight with the suspect. Note the suspect's description and give them the money. When possible, get away to a safe place and call the police. 

Questions and comments followed: 
1. Thefts: Gardner asked about the increase in burglaries posted on the Nextdoor App. Sergeant Scott noted that a large theft ring is acting across Oahu. HPD is currently attempting to build cases on the group. Gardner asked and Sergeant Scott noted an uptick in thefts. Sergeant Scott stated that they have made arrests for the thefts. Gardner noted that thieves are entering unlocked homes and Sergeant Scott noted that thieves have become more brazen. Hagadone asked about the description of the thieves and Sergeant Scott noted that they released this information to assist in catching the suspect. 
2. Suspicious Individuals: Gardner asked about suspicious individuals within parks on 10th Avenue. Sergeant Scott asked for residents to call 911 with a non-emergency call or report these actions online at Sergeant Scott asked that the community be as specific as possible while filing police reports. Farrell asked if the website is monitored in real time and Sergeant Scott noted that the website compiles its reports daily. Gardner asked if calling 911 would be better than using the Honolulu 311 App and Sergeant Scott stated that calling 911 would be the best method. 
3. Honolulu 311 App: A resident asked if sidewalk concerns can be reported to the Honolulu 311 App and Pierce noted that the App will report the problems directly to the corresponding department. 
4. Speeding: A resident noted that individuals have been blocking off traffic to speed and race down the highway late in the evening and asked what HPD can do. HPD noted their patrols of the roadways and stated that they cite individuals that they can catch. HPD asked that residents report these incidents to 911. 
5. Body Cameras: Yamada asked if all HPD officers will be wearing body cameras and HPD stated that District Seven (7) will be wearing them in an attempt for transparency. 

Board of Water Supply (BWS) - No representative was present; no report was given. 

• Ala Wai Canal Project: Watase noted his opposition to and concerns with the United States Army Corp of Engineers' (USACE) Ala Wai Canal Project. Watase stated his support for the Neighborhood Board's resolutions in opposition of the project. Watase noted that the current plan is flawed and could utilize more effective measures. 


Department of Environmental Services (ENV) Bulky Item Pilot Project: Deputy Director Tim Houghton gave the following report: 
• Project Details: Houghton noted that the bulky item pickup will switch from a monthly scheduled date to an appointment based system within metropolitan Honolulu. Houghton noted that the previous schedule based system was an inefficient use of City and County of Honolulu resources and leads to illegal dumping. In recent years, the bulky item project's tonnage has increase by 80 percent. The pilot project will affect Foster Village through Hawaii Kai from June 2019 until January 2020. The project is an attempt to improve service while encouraging people to not illegally dump materials outside their home. Houghton noted that ENV individuals will not collect items that are not within the appointment description. 
• Contact Information: Call 768-3200 or visit to create your bulky item appointment. 

Questions and comments followed:
1. Collection Days: Farrell asked if collections days will increase and Houghton noted that the appointments will be bundled regionally to be as effective as possible. 
2. Illegal Dumping: A resident about illegally dumped items in public place and whom would report it. A resident asked if the illegal items would be removed. Houghton noted that they are attempting to cite individuals that illegally dump. 
3. Stolen Items: Yamada asked what happens if items are stolen off the curb and Houghton stated that collectors will note the items as not present. Hoshijo noted that homeless individuals steal items from the curbside. Houghton noted that the ENV workers will only remove items at the appointment location. 
4. Project System: Evans asked if they are copying a different city's system. Houghton noted that that the implemented system will be similar to the system utilized within California. Gardner asked if they can still utilize the current system and Houghton stated that it will end in May 2019. 

Hearing no objections, Chair Schneider returned to Agenda Item: Honolulu Fire Department. 

Honolulu Fire Department (HFD) - Firefighter I Michael Thompson reported the following:
• March 2019 Statistics: There were two (2) structure fires, one (1) wildland/brush fire, one (1) cooking fire, eight (8) activated alarms, 66 medical emergencies, three (3) motor vehicle collisions with a pedestrian, two (2) motor vehicle crash/collisions, three (3) mountain rescues, and one (1) hazardous material incident. 
• Safety Tip - Escape Planning:
o Plan ahead! If a fire breaks out in your home, you may have only a few minutes to get out safely once the smoke alarm sounds. Everyone needs to know what to do and where to go if there is a fire. The HFD has the following escape planning tips. 
Make a home escape plan. 
Know at least two (2) ways out of every room. 
Have an outside meeting place. 
Practice your home fire drill twice a year during the day and during the night with everyone in your house using different ways out. 
Teach children how to escape on their own in case you cannot help them. 
??? Close doors behind you as you leave. 
o If the smoke alarm sounds: 
Get out and stay out; never go back inside for people or pets. 
Stay low and go under the smoke to escape. 
Call 911 from outside the house. 

Questions and comments followed: 
1. Puu O Kaimuki Park (Christmas Tree Park): Gardner asked about the amount of crime that occurs at Puu O Kaimuki Park near the fire station. HFD noted that there have not been any abnormal events occurring. 
2. Vehicle Collisions: Chow asked about the pedestrian collisions and HFD noted that they occurred within their district. 

Hearing no objections, Chair Schneider returned to Agenda Item: Board of Water Supply. 

Board of Water Supply (BWS) - Lorna Heller was present, the following report was given: 
• Main Breaks: There was one (1) water main break at 3941 Pahoa Avenue that occurred on Friday, March 15, 2019. 
• General Water Announcements: Public Outreach Events: Over the next few months, BWS employees will be participating in several public events to meet with residents to discuss water conservation, water emergency preparedness, and share valuable information with our customers. Some of these include: 
o Saturday, April 20, 2019: Mauka to Makai Environmental Expo at the Honolulu Aquarium. 
o Saturday, April 27, 2019: Ellison Onizuka Day of Exploration at Neil Blaisdell Center. 
o Saturday, May 11, 2019: Eastside Disaster Preparedness Fair at Kahala Mall. 
o Saturday, May 11, 2019: Mililani Emergency Preparedness Fair at Mililani Town Center. 
o Saturday, May 18, 2019: Windward Coast Emergency Preparedness Fair at Windward Mall. 
o Wednesday, May 29, 2019 and Thursday, May 30, 2019: Hawaii Hotel and Restaurant Show at the Hawaii Convention Center. 
• Contact Information: In addition to going into the community to participate at these public events, the BWS also offers facility tours, xeriscape workshops, and guest speakers for schools and community organizations. For more information, email or call 748-5041. Due to many requests received, at least three (3) weeks' notice is required for booking. More information is available at 

Questions and comments followed: 
1. Rain Barrel Workshop: Hagadone asked when the rain barrel workshops are. Heller noted that the rain barrel workshop will be on Saturday, August 3, 2019. 
2. Grey Water: Chair Schneider asked if residents could utilize grey water systems and Heller noted that there are currently no residential grey water systems. 


Leasing of Department of Education (DOE) Land: Dann Carlson gave the following report:
• Queen Liliuokalani Elementary School: Carlson stated that the DOE will be turning the Queen Liliuokalani Elementary School into an office for administration and noted that an informational center will be installed. The DOE will attempt to create a Photovoltaic (PV) microgrid to assist in the powering of the facility. The DOE is attempting to increase revenue by utilizing the excess land through land ownership agreements. The DOE has proposed three (3) locations at Diamond Head, 22nd Avenue, and Queen Liliuokalani. Carlson noted that part of the request for proposal (RFP) would be the offsetting of the nine (9) million dollar investment within these DOE locations. 

Questions and comments followed:
1. Parking: Hara asked where the onsite workers would park and Carlson noted that they would park within the DOE lands. Hara asked if the community could park within the DOE lands and Carlson noted that DOE personnel would need to be present to facilitate this request. 
2. Land Use: Chair Schneider noted that special events could also utilize the DOE lands. Hoshijo asked if Kapiolani Community College (KCC) could utilize the facilities for classes and Carlson noted the different renting rates for DOE facilities. Yamada asked and Carlson noted that the Queen Liliuokalani Elementary School's parking facilities could be utilized. A resident asked what the lands can be used for and Carlson stated that the lands can be utilized or anything within zoning and the RFP. Yamada asked if the facilities could be used for schools in the future and Carlson noted that the facilities are being utilized with minimal changes or construction. 
3. DOE Improvement Projects: Hagadone noted that the DOE did not inform the Board about their recent improvement projects within the region. Carlson apologized and stated that their smaller improvement projects do not need to be reported at the Board meetings. 
4. Request for Proposal (RFP): Kang asked about the timetable for the RFP and Carlson noted that it will be disseminated in two (2) months. Chair Schneider asked and Carlson noted that they would prefer if community engagement occurs before the RFP. 

Presentation by Residents of 12th Avenue near Rezoning Request of 1041 12th Avenue: A resident disseminated a handout that contained a signed petition by the residents of 12th Avenue. The residents noted that this section of 12th Avenue is not a major street due to its inability to handle large volumes of traffic. The residents noted that there is a lack of legal parking within the region and that the removal of a parking lot would make the situation worse. The residents noted that the parking lot had made a request for a sewage line previously rejected and stated that there would be a lack of infrastructure if the property attempted to be rezoned. 


Mayor Kirk Caldwell's Representative - Mark Wong submitted a report that stated the following:
• Sewage Easements: The Department of Planning and Permitting (DPP) stated that to determine whether building on or over a sewer easement is allowed, the owner should refer to the easement documents for the property. If an owner would like to build something that is not allowed by the easement documents, the proposal can be submitted to the DPP for review. Protection as well as access for maintenance of the sewer line are primary concerns for the City. 
• Koko Head Avenue: The Department of Transportation Services (DTS) requests specific locations i.e. addresses on Koko Head Avenue in order to evaluate the possibility of speed bumps. 
• Roundabouts: The DTS requests specific streets/intersections before measures can be evaluated for the potential use of roundabouts. 
• Waialae Avenue: The DTS follows the national standard for traffic controls, Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD), for traffic signal design. Advance flashing yellow lights are installed only when the minimum sight distance to the traffic signal is obscured. DTS checked the traffic signals along Waialae Avenue and found the sight distances meets the MUTCD requirements. There is currently a red Light running bill going through the Legislature that will enable counties to install red light cameras to catch red light running violators. 
• Traffic Signs: DTS stated that the Board needs to provide specific streets/intersections before investigative measures can be conducted.

Questions and comments followed: 
1. Waialae Avenue: Yamada asked about the gas line work on Waialae Avenue and Wong stated that the City was not charged with this project. 
2. Honolulu 311 App: Hagadone asked about the changes to the Honolulu 311 App and Wong noted that the changes were in an attempt to streamline the reporting system. Wong noted that they will be removing the potholes and abandoned vehicle hotlines in an attempt to rid the City of frivolous contact points. Wong noted that the Honolulu 311 App will reroute the residents' requests to the correct department. Wong asked that the community still call 911 for emergencies. 
3. Access to Information: Farrell asked how the community could access City annals in an attempt to determine the potential locations for traffic measures. Wong noted that HPD would have the traffic reports and stated that redacted forms can be found online at 

Councilmember Ann Kobayashi - James Larson disseminated a newsletter and gave the following report: 
• Honolulu City Council Budget Update: The City's Legislative, Executive Operating, and Capital Improvement Budgets are currently being reviewed by the Budget Committee. Councilmember Kobayashi has included the following to the budget amendments: 
o Vision Zero: Councilmember Kobayashi requested an appropriation of a minimum of 80,000 dollars to the DTS for the salary of a Vision Zero Coordinator to plan for and recommend solutions to prevent pedestrians and traffic-related deaths and serious injuries. 
o Urban Tree Canopy: There was an appropriation of 500 thousand dollars to plan, plant, and maintain trees in public spaces, and encourage community participation in increasing Oahu's urban tree canopy. 

Questions followed: Urban Tree Canopy: Hagadone asked how many trees could be planted for 500 million dollars and Larson will report back. Chair Schneider noted the tree census within Kaimuki and stated that they will attempt to plant as many trees as possible. 

Interim Representative Michael Formby - Karen Yorimoto was present and gave the following report:
• House Bill 8 (2019): This bill will limit the aount of parades and activities on certain streets and ensures parades and activities that require the exclusive use of the street serve a public purpose. 
• House Bill 96: This bill classifies the intent of House Ordinance 18-14 and addresses the implementation of issues related to fire safety measures and assessments enacted by that ordinance for the protection of persons and property in existing high-rise buildings. 
• Honolulu City Council Budget Update: The City's Legislative, Executive Operating, and Capital Improvement Budgets have passed through second reading. 

Questions and comments followed: Kaimuki Municipal Parking Lot: Hara asked about Kaimuki municipal parking lot. Chair Schneider asked if the Board could see the plans for municipal lot two (2). 

Governor David Ige's Representative: Leonard Hoshijo was present; the following report was given. 
• Department of Education (DOE) Lands: Hoshijo noted that the DOE is going through the process of utilizing their excess lands and facilities. 
• Affordable Housing: The state is utilizing leasehold housing in an attempt to make a breakthrough in Hawaii's affordable housing crisis. The system would allow for residents to purchase the condominiums without having to pay the cost of the land, which adds 20 to 25 percent to the cost of the home. 

Senator Stanley Chang - No Representative was present; no report was given. 

Senator Les Ihara: Senator Ihara was not present; no report was given. 

Speaker Emeritus Representative Calvin Say: Representative Calvin Say was present and disseminated his monthly report.
• Senate Bill (SB) 1069: This bill attempts to control helicopter noise indirectly. This bill would establish a tax credit for helicopter owners who install noise-cancelling technology on their helicopters. The bill would discourage commercial tour helicopter companies from having too many flights by levying a larger tax surcharge if they exceed a certain number of passengers. 
• House Bill (HB) 7: Representative Say is in strong support of HB 7 as amended and transmitted from the Planning Commission to the City Council on Wednesday, February 27, 2019, which contains many features of HB 7 proposed by the Department of Planning and Permitting (DPP). 
• Vegetation: Representative Say will work with the DPP in an attempt to resolve the Board's previous concerns about vegetation in the region. 
• Pedestrian Collisions: Representative Say will work with HFD to find the locations of previous pedestrian collisions with vehicles in an attempt to deter future accidents.
• Legislative Focus: Congress will have a focus on the studying of minimum wage and the decriminalization of marijuana in Fiscal Year 2020. 

Questions and comments followed: Legislative Focus: Hara asked what the legislative focus of Fiscal Year 2019 is. Representative Say noted his efforts with AARP and the caregivers' bill would be influential in the attempts to help kupuna and caregivers. 

Representative Bertrand Kobayashi - Representative Kobayashi reported the following:
• Diamond Head Homelessness: The Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR) has completed their sweep of the makai side of Diamond Head and will continue their sweeps. 
• Senate Bill 316: Kobayashi noted that the Kupuna Care Services bill has been passed. 

Questions and comments followed: Homelessness: Hagadone thanked them for their efforts in clearing homeless encampments and asked for an update on Crane Park. Representative Kobayashi noted that the park has been closed due to construction and stated that the homeless live on the sidewalk. Representative Say thanked that community for reporting homeless individuals in the community. 

Congressman Ed Case Congressional District 1: Congressman Case's Representative Jackie Conant was present; the following report was given: 
• Legislative Update: Congressman Case received 500 requests from the district for assistance, co-sponsored 90 bills, attended five (5) talk stories across the district, held 48 capital tours for constituents, and reported at 28 Neighborhood Board Meetings in the last quarter. 


Resolution in Support of Deferring Funding for the Ala Wai Canal Project - Hagadone moved to adopt the Manoa Neighborhood Board No. 7 Resolution in opposition to the Ala Wai Canal project as amended and Farrell seconded. 

Discussion followed: 
1. Resolution Details: Gardner asked if the resolution could be detailed. Chair Schneider noted that the resolution would defer funding the project in Fiscal Year 2019. Gardner read the resolution. Kang noted his concern with the verbiage in the Manoa resolution about a lack of public input given that, in his view, there was notice and public input as part of the EIS process. Kang also suggested amending the phrase "an adequate opportunity to consider" in the first "BE IT RESOLVED" paragraph of the Manoa resolution to "a further opportunity to consider".
2. Community Input: Pierce asked if any community residents have issues with the canal project. A resident noted her opposition to the project and stated that Kanewai Community Park would be affected by the plans. A resident noted that the community was not properly informed about the project. Another resident noted their concerns with the lack of transparency and stated that it cannot be justified without community input. Kang noted that although the community has had notice and sufficient time for the input, given the technical and engineering concerns with the project that have been raised, a further opportunity to discuss the project may be warranted.
3. Project Details: Pierce noted her concerns about the potential loss for funding if the project is delayed. Farrell noted his concerns about the possibility of accepting the proposal with an inadequate or unwanted design. Chair Schneider noted the need to talk to climate change and insurance experts on the possible effects of flooding. Hoe noted the Board's attempt to properly inform the community on the effort through future meetings. 

The MOTION to ADOPT the Manoa Neighborhood Board No. 7 Resolution in opposition to the Ala Wai Canal Project as AMENDED PASSED, (6-2-2). (Aye: Hara, Kang, Farrell, Gardner, Evans, and Hagadone; Nay: Schneider and Pierce; Abstain: Hoe and Yamada.) 

Rezoning Request of Rezoning of TMK 1-3-2-014-009: Greg Tatsuguchi, Pure Real Estate, gave the following report: 
• Request Details: Tatsuguchi noted Bill 52 (2009) and Bill 70 (2009) in regards to the rezoning of the property located at 1041 12th Avenue. Tatsuguchi noted that the Department of Planning and Permitting (DPP) requires the presentation of their plans at a Neighborhood Board meeting for their permitting process. Tatsuguchi noted that the rezoning would keep the property as a 65 vehicle parking lot or the proposed use of the future owners. 

Questions and answers followed: Property Plans: Chair Schneider asked Tatsuguchi stated that there are individuals that are interested in purchase of the lot. Tatsuguchi noted that the loss of parking would hurt the community. Chair Schneider asked and Tatsuguchi noted that the conditional use permit (CUP) would not be transferrable. A resident asked why the property owners are not present to speak about the property. A resident asked why the property needs to be rezoned and Tatsuguchi noted the owner's want to sell the property. Senator Ihara asked about the rezoning process and Tatsuguchi noted that the presentation was the beginning of the permitting process. Senator Ihara asked if they have submitted permits and Tatsuguchi noted that they are in the process of completing the permits with the DPP. Chair noted that the community can submit their concerns about the proposal. Yamada noted that community concerns with the proposed project. A resident noted the community's opposition to the project. A resident noted that the parking lot is redundant due to municipal laws. Chair Schneider noted future opportunity for community input in the future. 

Kang moved and Farrell seconded that the Kaimuki Neighborhood Board No. 4 communicate their opposition to the Rezoning of TMK 1-3-2-014-009, 1041 12th Avenue, from R-5 to B-2. The MOTION PASSED, (7-0-3), (Aye: Hara, Kang, Farrell, Gardner, Evans, Hoe, and Pierce; Nay: None; Abstain: Schneider, Hagadone, and Yamada.)

Approval of Wednesday, February 20, 2019 Regular Meeting Minutes - Pierce moved and Hoe seconded the MOTION to APPROVE the February 2019 minutes as AMENDED. The MOTION PASSED by UNANIMOUS CONSENT, (10-0-0). (Aye: Hara, Kang, Farrell, Gardner, Evans, Hoe, Pierce, Schneider, Hagadone, and Yamada; Nay: None; Abstain: None.)

The Amendments were are follows: 
• On Page 2, under Envision Kaimuki, it should read, "Yamada stated that Envision Kaimuki is a 501-c that focuses on the growth of the community while keeping the heart of Kaimuki. Envision Kaimuki has a historical lecture about Kaimuki planned for Saturday, March 23, 2019 at the Da Shop bookstore from 3:30 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. Please message Envision Kaimuki at for an invitation." 
• On Page 2, Under Envision Kaimuki, it should read, "Evans asked if the KCC presentation could be given during the Environmental Impact Study (EIS) compacting period and Hoshiko stated that they are attempting to garner community input on the subject." 
• On Page 2, under Envision Kaimuki, it should read, "Hagadone asked when Envision Kaimuki will have the lecture and Yamada stated that the meeting will take place on Saturday, March 23, 2019." 
• On Page 5, under Interim Representative Formby, it should read, "Interim Michael Formby introduced himself and gave the following report." 
• On Page 5, under Interim Representative Formby, it should read, "Please contact with any concerns for District 4." 
• On Page 7, under Hawaii Department of Transportation, it should read, " Aina Haina." 
• On Page 7, it should read, "BOARD BUSINESS." 
• On Page 7, under Approval of Wednesday, January 16, 2019 Regular Meeting Minutes, it should read, "Farrell." 
• On Page 7, under Approval of Wednesday, January 16, 2019 Regular Meeting Minutes, it should read," additional." 
• On Page 7, under Announcement C, it should read, "coordinate." 
• On Page 7, under Announcement C, it should read, "Koko Head." 

Approval of Wednesday, March 20, 2019 Regular Meeting Minutes - Hoe moved and Pierce seconded the MOTION to APPROVE the March 2019 minutes as AMENDED. The MOTION PASSED by UNANIMOUS CONSENT, (10-0-0). (Aye: Hara, Kang, Farrell, Gardner, Evans, Hoe, Pierce, Schneider, Hagadone, and Yamada; Nay: None; Abstain: None.)

The Amendments were are follows: 
• On Page 1, under Guests, it should read, "Eric McCutcheon." 
• On Page 2, under Kapiolani Community College (KCC), it should read, "Chancellor Louise Pagotto." 
• On Page 3, under Public Input, it should read," Outdoor Circle." 
• On Page 4, under Interim Representative Michael Formby, it should read, "" 
• On Page 6, under Ala Wai Canal Project, it should read, "Pierce asked if the State would fund a similar project and Senator Ihara stated that the State has not funded any flood mitigation projects in the region." 
• On Page 6, it should read, "Board Business". 


Treasurer's Report - Kang reported an expenditure of $24.27 in March 2019 and a balance $215.95. 

A. The next regular Board Meeting will be Wednesday, May 15, 2019, at Kaimuki Christian Church, Fellowship Hall, 6:30 p.m. 

ADJOURNMENT - Chair Schneider adjourned the meeting at 9:09 p.m. 

Submitted by: Chris Naylon, Neighborhood Assistant
Reviewed By: Janelle Nomura, Neighborhood Assistant

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