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

Board Members Present -Marilyn Moniz, Becky Gardner, Stephanie Nagai, Sharon Schneider, Paul Hoe, Molly Pierce, and Lori Yamada (Arrived at 6:36 p.m.)

Board Members Absent - Eri Ane, Brian Kang, Juanita Kawamoto and Kehau Watson.

Guests - Fire Fighter Alan Castillo (Honolulu Fire Department); Lorna Heller (Board of Water Supply); Sergeant Jacobs (Honolulu Police Department); Director Mark Wong (Mayor Kirk Caldwell's Representative); James Larson (Councilmember Ann Kobayashi's Office); Davin Aoyagi (Councilmember Tommy Waters); Senator Les Ihara; Representative Calvin Say; Carol Hoshiko (Kapiolani Community College); Bryan Kimura (Hawai'i Department of Transportation); Jennifer Gallego-Nakamoto and Jason Gasilos (Grace Pacific); Sarah Chinen, Eric McCutcheon, Dave Watase, Franklin Chung, and Nancy Convard (Residents); Chris Naylon (Neighborhood Commission Office). Note: Name was not included if not legible or on the guest attendance sheet.

Honolulu Fire Department (HFD) - Fire Fighter Castillo was present; the following report we given:
• July 2019 Statistics - There were 6 activated alarms, 68 medical emergencies, 4 motor vehicle crashes/collisions, 7 mountain rescues, and 2 hazardous materials incidents. 
• Safety Tip: Children and Fire: Children between the ages of two (2) and 10 are naturally curious about fire and may secretly experiment with lighters or matches, if given the opportunity. This may occur when the child is unsupervised or even if an adult is nearby. Follow these tips to keep your family safe: 
o Keep matches and lighters in a locked cabinet and out of children's reach. 
o Closely supervise children and ensure that they are kept away from other fire sources, including: bonfires, lit candles, cigarettes, and stoves. 
o It is natural for children to be curious and ask questions about fire, play with fire trucks, or pretend to cook. Use these opportunities to teach them about fire safety. 
o Teach children never to touch matches or lighters. They should always tell an adult when they find matches or lighters.
o Talk with children about what their friends or other children are doing with fire. Talk about what they see in video games, on television, in movies, or on social media. Teach them specific ways to resist peer pressure to misuse fire.

Yamada joined the meeting at 6:36 p.m.; seven (7) members present.

Honolulu Police Department (HPD) - Lieutenant Nakamura was present; the following report was given: 
• July 2019 Statistics: There were 7 motor vehicle thefts, 22 burglaries, 31 thefts, and 17 Unauthorized Entry into Motor Vehicle (UEMV). There were 5,881 total call for service. 
• Project Clean E-Waste: District 7 Community Policing Teams (CPT) will be partnering with the Hawai'i Kai Lions Club and the Hawai'i Cyber Lions Club in their Go Green E-Waste event on Saturday, September 7, 2019 at Maunalua Bay from 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. For further information please contact Rene Mansho at 291-6151 or at 
• Coffee with a Cop: Join your neighbors and police officers for coffee and conversation. The District 7 officers will be hosting a Coffee with a Cop event on Thursday, September 12, 2019 at the Aina Haina McDonald's from 8:00 a.m. until 10:00 a.m. Please call 723-3364 for more information.

Board of Water Supply (BWS) - Lorna Heller (BWS) circulated a handout and reported the following:
• Main Breaks - There were 2 main breaks for July 2019. 
o There was a main break on Sunday, July 7, 2019 at 3435 Waialae Avenue. 
o There was a main break on Sunday, July 28, 2019 at 3348 Kaimuki Avenue. 
• General Water Announcements: Summer Water Conservation/Weather-Based Irrigation Controller: With the hot summer months upon us, the BWS is reminding all residents to be vigilant and avoid wasting water. One way to save money and to stop over-watering an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) labeled Weather-Based Irrigation Controller. This smart controller adjusts your watering schedule based on the weather conditions in your local area. A Weather-Based Irrigation Controller automatically adjusts your sprinklers to irrigate when needed allowing you to conserve water, but it will save you money and time. It's easy to install and can be purchased online, or at Home Depot, Lowes, and the Pacific Pipe Company. Provided tonight is a handout containing general information about the Weather-Based Irrigation Controller and how you can apply for a rebate by purchasing this water conservation device. Find out more at 
• Water Emergency Preparedness: Natural disasters, power outages, or other unexpected events can affect the BWS's 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 (1) crucial component of your preparedness kit is a safe drinking water supply. Residents should store at least one (1) gallon of water per person per day for at least 14 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

Mahogany Trees Debris: A resident noted that there are large mahogany nuts that are falling onto the roadway and vehicles along the 7th Avenue and 10th Avenue. Chair Schneider noted that there are organizations that are working to replace the mahogany trees in the region.

Illegal Rentals: A resident noted a recent increase in the amount of illegal rentals being used within Kaimuki

Bulky Item Pickup Pilot Project: A resident noted that is difficult to use and stated that they cannot find appointments until a month in the future. The resident asked that the previous bulky item pickup schedule is re-installed.

Monster Homes: Chinen asked about the DPP giving permits to two monster homes during the moratorium. The two permits were for houses being built at 411 Kaimuki Avenue. Chinen noted that the permits were given out in May.

Ala Wai Canal Project: Watase noted that the City Council signed Resolution 19-182 and stated that this resolution would approve the Ala Wai flood mitigation project. Watase noted that they would be able to bypass the legislative process. Watase noted that public input was not heeded throughout the process and stated that he will continue to work and educate the community about the project.

Repaving of Wilhelmina Heights and Maunalani Heights: Jennifer Gallego-Nakamoto and Jason Gasilos were present; the following report was given: 
• Contract Details: Gallego-Nakamoto noted that Grace Pacific is the contractor for the project and stated that they have a 365 calendar day contract. 
• Project Details: Gallego-Nakamoto noted that they will be repaving the roadways within the Kaimuki region. Gallego-Nakamoto noted that they will need to lower and raise the manholes within the region and stated that they will be replacing curbs and striping. Gallego-Nakamoto noted that they will need to remove a tree at 3857 Sierra Drive and stated that they will be installing loop detectors at Sierra Drive and Waialae Avenue. Gallego-Nakamoto stated that Grace Pacific is working to secure the subgrade for the region before repaving over the region. Gallego-Nakamoto stated that there will be road closures at Paula Drive, Koko Head Avenue, and Sierra Drive and noted that Grace Pacific is attempting to acquire a full-closure permit for Paula Drive. Gallego-Nakamoto noted that if the permit was approved, that buses and local traffic would be allowed through but asked that residents find alternative routes through the region. Gallego-Nakamoto asked that the residents from Sierra Drive use detours to traverse delays. 
• Major Lane Closures: Please observe the dates and times posted on roadway signs. The allowable work hours will be from 8:30 p.m. until 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, and possible weekends except holidays. On-street parking will be prohibited during working hours. Illegally parked vehicles will be towed, if necessary, at the owner's expense. 
o Lurline Drive: Wednesday, August 21, 2019 until Thursday, August 22, 2019. 
o Iwi Way: Friday, August 23, 2019 and Monday, August 26, 2019. 
o Lurline Drive (lower area): Tuesday, August 27, 2019 and Wednesday, September 4, 2019 until Thursday, September 5, 2019. 
o Sierra Drive (upper area): Wednesday, August 28, 2019 through Friday, August 30, 2019, and Tuesday, September 3, 2019. 
o Sierra Drive (minor lane closure): Monday, August 19, 2019 through Friday, August 30, 2019 for manhole work beginning at 3700 Sierra Drive. 
• Contact Information: Please contact Grace Pacific at (808) 690-7047 or (808) 748-3887 with any questions or concerns.

Questions and comments followed: 
1. Curb Relief Height: A resident asked what the requirements for curb relief height are. Gallego-Nakamoto stated that the City and County of Honolulu standard for curb reliefs is six (6) inches and noted that previous projects may have affected curb height. Gallego-Nakamoto noted that their project is meant to replace old asphalt and stated that their project is not meant to change curb relief height. The resident noted that the curbs are able to be driven over by vehicles that are attempting to avoid on-coming traffic. A resident noted that the roadway had concrete aprons before the curbs. Gallego-Nakamoto noted that they will re-evaluate Pukalani Place. The resident noted that the previous asphalt overlay has raised the overall height of the road. Director Kroning asked if there is less curbing that is showing and the resident agreed. Director Kroning noted a need to return the road to the original standard. A resident asked what the difference between curb-to-curb paving and leaving concrete aprons is. Gallego-Nakamoto noted that the difference is due to design and the need of the community. 
2. Appreciation: Chinen thanked Grace Pacific for doing a good job while repaving 21st Avenue. 
3. No Parking Signs: Nagai asked about No Parking signs and Gallego-Nakamoto noted that they can park along the grassy unimproved sidewalks. However, Gallego-Nakamoto asked that the community not park in these regions to lessen the risk of debris hitting their vehicles. 
4. Maunalani Circle: Chair Schneider asked and Gallego-Nakamoto noted that they may add the Maunalani Circle region to their project in the future. 
5. Sierra Drive: Chair Schneider noted that the roadway at the bottom of Sierra Drive is very dangerous. 
6. Date of Completion: Vice Chair Hoe asked and Gallego-Nakamoto noted that they are slated for completion by November 2019.

Update on Ala Wai Watershed Project: Jeff Herzog, United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), and Director Robert Kroning, Department of Design and Construction (DDC), were present; the following report was given: 
• Project Details: Herzog noted that the USACE is not authorized to work unilaterally and stated that they need civic partnership to complete their plan. Herzog noted that there had been a milestone placed on Wednesday, July 31, 2019 for the plans approval and stated that it has passed. Herzog noted that they are working with the City and County of Honolulu and stated that the City Council has passed Resolution 19-182 that assisted in releasing limited funds to the project. Herzog noted that they will be working with the DDC. Herzog detailed the updated flood plain model for the region with a peak hydrograph map. The project was designed to effect the river and flood conditions. The project was not meant to affect the current ground water issues of the region. Herzog noted that the McCully and Moili'ili regions are major flood risks. Herzog noted USACE's attempts to be transparent, attend Neighborhood Board Meetings, and is continuing to receive community input. Herzog asked for the resident's assistance in mitigating any impact on their community. 
• Update from the Department of Design and Construction (DDC): Director Kroning noted that the project can only occur with a partnership and stated that the City and County of Honolulu wants to be the partner. Director Kroning noted that there has been growing misinformation about the project that has been growing. Director Kroning noted that the City and County of Honolulu believes that their most important duty is keeping the public safe and stated that this issue is bigger than parks and playgrounds. Director Kroning noted his belief that the City and County of Honolulu is going in the right direction. Director Kroning stated that there will not be massive concrete canals, dams, or changes to the existing stream. Director Kroning noted that the City and County of Honolulu is fully engaged in the project. Director Kroning noted that the need to find a project and plan that works. Director Kroning stated that the City and County of Honolulu will halt the project if they do not like its direction and noted that there have not been any agreements signed yet.

Questions and comments followed: 
1. Effects of Sea Level Rise: Senator Ihara asked for a map that shows threat of sea level rise and asked if an improved storm water system is in the Environmental Impact Study. Herzog noted that there were no plans by USACE to work off an improved storm water system or to address it. Herzog noted that their plans assume for the effects of a 2 foot king tide and a 2.8 foot sea level rise over 50 years. Herzog noted that their wall heights would be based off of water coming from the mauka and the effects of the sea level rise. Herzog noted that some storm water backup is incorporated within their plans. Watase asked and Herzog noted that the maps depict the region without the project's flood mitigation and stated that their plans include a 2.8 foot sea level rise. Watase asked and Herzog noted that just subtracting the proposed sea level rise would not be a fair representation of the graph. Herzog noted that they would need to integrate the effect of the current drainage system within their statistics moving forward and stated that this may account for part of the rise of sea level effects. 
2. Project Funding: Senator Ihara asked about USACE's 15 billion dollar project budget from the federal government and asked where the over a billion dollar allocation for the project would go. Herzog noted that the 15 billion dollar allocation is part of a long term contingency plan from USACE that would fund 27 projects. Herzog noted that some of the funds were spent on previous projects that needed reevaluation and stated that he will continue to update the community with current information. 
3. Top Golf: Chung noted his disbelief in climate change and stated that he supports the project due to the work done near the Ala Wai Golf Course. Chung noted that more work done near the golf course would be better for the community and stated that the Top Golf project would be checked by the USACE presence in the region and stated that Top Golf would increase the regional revenue. 
4. Effects of Surrounding Community: Chung asked how the project would affect ÔIolani School and Ala Wai Golf Course. Director Kroning noted that Top Golf does not have any say within the project and stated that the entire golf course was planned to assist in flood mitigation. Director Kroning noted that ÔIolani School is affected by the water flowing through regional streams. Chinen asked if a four (4) foot wall wuld be installed and if public input would be heard on the subject. Herzog noted that their feasibility plan will not be the planned used due to improving data. Director Kroning noted that the most important thing is that it functions and stated that they are continually receiving public input. Senator Ihara noted his disagreement. Director Kroning noted their attempts to be environmentally friendly and effective. Director Kroning noted that funding can sometimes have tight deadlines and stated that they are not rushing the planning and design phases. Herzog noted that any changes to the plan would require public input and stated a need to build trust. Gardner asked about public input stopping previous projects and Herzog noted that the Wailele Stream project has gone through nine (9) different plans. Gardner noted that the community wants to know that their input matters. Herzog noted that the Wailele Stream project is still going through the process. Herzog recommended that changes to the plan are made through engineering data. Senator Ihara noted that the 2.8 foot sea rise was added after the original draft and before the resolution's completion. Senator Ihara asked that king tides be properly defined to the community. Senator Ihara stated that properly addressing sea rise across the state would assist in creating a functioning plan to combat sea level rise in the future. 
Mayor Kirk Caldwell's Representative - Mark Wong, Department of Information Technology (DIT) Director, reported the following:
• Crane Community Park: The Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) noted that the private security patrols Crane Community Park and playground three times a day. If they see anyone not adhering to park rules, they remind the person of the rules. Please report any concerns relating to encampments within City parks and sidewalks to 768-4381, to enable the Department of Facility maintenance crews to respond accordingly. Enforcement actions are complaint-based, and require the assistance of the community, so please call when you witness a park or sidewalk violation.
• Maunalani Community Park: The DPR asked that inquires and requests regarding the use of Maunalani Community Park Recreation facility please call DPR staff at 768-6727. 
• Monster Homes: The Department of Planning and Permitting (DPP) stated that the application No. A2018-02-0034 for 847 9th Avenue was created on February 1, 2018. Application No. A2009-04-0630 for 732 22nd Avenue was created on April 16, 2009. Both applications were created prior to March 13, 2018, the effective date of Ordinance 18-6 (Reference Ordinance 18-6, D.2).
• Sierra Drive: The DPP currently has two (2) pending applications, Nos. A2019-04-1138 and -1103. As of Wednesday, April 24, 2019, they are still in Eplans pre-screen review. As of Monday, August 12, 2019, no work is being done on this property. Building permit applications have been submitted for future plan construction.
• Koko Head Avenue and Harding Avenue: The Department of Facilities Maintenance (DFM) has scheduled removal of the reported safety hazard as soon as resources are available.

Questions, comments, and concerns followed:
1. Elizabeth Street and Keanu Street: Gardner asked about the bollards at the intersection of Elizabeth Street and Keanu Street creating a dangerous situation. A resident noted that this has created issued for HFD attempting to service the region. The resident stated that HFD does not want to allow parking in the region. The resident noted that need to fix the sidewalk. Pierce noted that the region has previously had a cover to protect the infrastructure. Gardner noted that the region is dangerous for drivers at night and stated that an abandoned vehicle creates safety issues. Director Wong noted that the region has damaged sidewalk that they are attempting to protect.

Councilmember Ann Kobayashi - Councilmember Kobayashi's representative, James Larson, circulated a handout and reported the following:
• Kaimuki Middle School Symphonic Winds: Councilmember Kobayashi and the City Council presented the Kaimuki Middle School Symphonic Winds with a certificate of recognition for their performance at the prestigious Music for All National Festival in Indianapolis, Indiana. Under Director Susan Ochi-Onishi's tutelage, the Symphonic Winds have consistently received superior ratings each year at the Oahu Band Directors Association Parade of Bands Festival. 

Councilmember Tommy Waters - Councilmember Water's representative, Davin Aoyagi, circulated a handout; reported the following:
• Resolution 19-188: Councilmember Waters introduced Resolution 19-188: Urging the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to more effectively regulate air tour helicopters and small commercial aircraft operations on Oahu, and aim to tentatively hear it in the Public Safety and Welfare (PSW) Committee during August 2019. 
• Summer Fun Park Celebrations: Councilmember Waters recognized Gary Loo whom has worked for the DPR for 50 years and inspired hundreds of children whom attended the Summer Fun Program at Aina Haina. 
• Resolution 19-166: Resolution 19-166 was adopted at a full council hearing on Wednesday, August 7, 2019. The resolution urges Mayor Caldwell and his Administration to develop and implement a property management plan for the city-owned property currently operating as "Honolulu Prosecutor's Safe House." This property was acquired under Prosecutor Keith Kaneshiro in 2016 and was the subject of credible allegations of mismanagement. 
• Monster Homes: Aoyagi reported that they had received inaccurate reports of permits being given before the moratorium and stated that the permits given were within regulations. 
• Keanu Street: Aoyagi reported that Councilmember Waters is following up on the possible installation of No Parking signs along Keanu Street.

Questions and comments followed: 
1. Monster Home Permits: Chinen asked about discrepancies on permits and whom she should contact. Aoyagi will follow up on the process. Wong noted that the information can be found online. Chinen noted that permit inspectors can miss major details while on inspections. Wong noted that the DPP has insufficient workers and stated that diligent residents often assist with the process. 
2. Keanu Street: The resident stated that the City and County of Honolulu should fix the infrastructure in the region and asked that the obtrusive bollard be removed. 
3. Safe House: Gardner asked and Aoyagi noted the urgent need for safe houses for domestic violence victims. Gardner asked and Aoyagi noted that the safe house would be from the Department of Community Services. Aoyagi noted that previous safe houses were closed due to alleged misuse. Chair Schneider noted that there are private halfway homes. 
4. Building Code Compliance Information: Pierce asked and Aoyagi noted that residents should call 768-8128 to report their building code concerns.

Governor David Ige's Representative - No representative was present; no report was given.

State Senator Stanley Chang - Senator Chang's representative, Lynn Robinson-Onderico, circulated a handout and reported the following:
• Follow up: 16th Avenue: 16th Avenue does not warrant the installation of speed humps due to the roadway being an emergency route. A passing lane can be installed on two-way highways however, a passing lane cannot be installed on 16th Avenue. A speed study did find that there was speeding in the region and HPD will take action. 
• Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR): The DLNR will be completing homeless encampments sweeps in September 2019 and will be monitored after the clearing.

State Senator Les Ihara - Senator Ihara was present; the following report was given:
• Ala Wai Canal Project: Senator Ihara noted that 15 billion dollars have been allocated for USACE projects and stated that 27 projects from the original 54 projects were removed from their docket before the budget was approved. Senator Ihara noted that their budget has 1.1 billion dollars in unallocated funds. Senator Ihara noted that the City and County of Honolulu Departments have not attended Neighborhood Board meetings for the last 18 months.

Speaker Emeritus Representative Calvin Say - Representative Say circulated a handout and reported the following: 
• Regional Concerns: Representative Say noted that the Waimanu Walls, Coqui Frogs, Feral Chickens, and the Ala Wai Canal Project have all been brought up at regional Neighborhood Board Meetings. 
• Abandoned Vehicles: Representative Say noted that residents should be contacting the Department of Community Services (CSD) at (808) 768-2530 and stated that it is taking three (3) to six (6) months to relocate abandoned vehicles.

Representative Bertrand Kobayashi: No representative was present; no report was given.

Congressman Ed Case: No representative was present; no report was given.

Hearing no objections, Chair Schneider returned to Agenda Item: Community Concerns and Public Input:

Hawai'i Department of Transportation (HDOT): Bryan Kimura was present; gave the following report:
• Koko Head Avenue: Kimura detailed the four (4) proposed plans for the Koko Head Avenue off-ramp. Kimura noted that there is adequate congestion mitigation in the Koko Head Avenue region and stated that their plans need to reduce the queue of cars backed up on the off-ramp. Kimura stated that there would be no significant advantage in changing the left turn from Pahoa Avenue onto Koko Head Avenue.

Questions and comments followed: 
1. Pahoa Avenue and Koko Head Avenue: Chair Schneider asked and Kimura noted that the traffic signal timing of the region is being studied. Kimura noted that will simplify control points within Kaimuki and will improve community safety. Hoe asked how the creation of independent turning lanes would function and Kimura noted that they would need to purchase private property. Hoe asked about the turning lane being done with minimal impact by installing defined turning lanes. Kimura noted that HDOT would need to include the off-ramp work with the changes to the lanes. Yamada noted that sign modernization might alleviate the issue. Kimura noted that sign modernization is just to replace old equipment. Chair Schneider noted that the Agenda Item will be on the September 2019 Agenda. 
2. Project Information: Chair Schneider asked and Kimura stated that they can post the information on their website ( 
3. Federal Funding: A resident asked about federal funding for the project. Kimura noted that federal funding is possible but stated that the federal government would be looking for Hawai'i to have the most cost effective use of funds.

Hearing no objections, Chair Schneider returned to Agenda Item: Board Business.

Discussion of the Hawaii Bicycling League' Propsal to improve the availability of secure bicycle parking racks in Kaimuki: Hearing no objections, the Agenda Item was deferred until the September 2019 meeting. There will be a Board Resolution for the Agenda Item at the September 2019 meeting.

Approval of Wednesday, July 17, 2019 Regular Meeting Minutes - Yamada MOVED and Moniz SECONDED the MOTION to APPROVE the July 2019 minutes as AMENDED. The MOTION PASSED by UNANIMOUS CONSENT, (7-0-0); (Aye: Moniz, Gardner, Nagai, Schneider, Yamada, Hoe, and Pierce; Nay: None; Abstain: None.)

Amendments were as follows:
On page 2, under Maunaloa Avenue, it should read," Watson asked about homes on Maunaloa Avenue being blocked by parent's vehicles from Liholiho Elementary School and what is a long term solution to the concern. HPD noted that schools have many different options for easing traffic and stated that special duty officers could assist with the concern."

Treasurer's Report - No report was given.

Members Attendance at Other Meetings - Chair Schneider noted that she has been invited to serve on the Stakeholder Advisory Group for the Department of Facilities Maintenance (DFM) Stormwater Utility Formation Project. It is a long term effort, 18 months, and there will be numerous community meetings starting in the near future. Chair Schneider noted that their first meeting was on Monday, August 19, 2019.

A. There is an update flyer for the Trees for Kaimuki Project Kickoff Meeting on the table
B. The sign waving event for Pedestrian Safety along Waialae Avenue scheduled for Wednesday, August 21, 2019 has been postponed and will be rescheduled.
C. There will be an informational presentation on Bill 7 that could affect Kaimuki coming up in September - Walk up Apartment Rentals presented by EnVision Kaimiuki, date and location TBD
D. Envision Kaimuki will be hosting a communit meeting where the Honolulu Authority for Rail Transit (HART) would like to give a presentation and garner community feedback. This is tentatively scheduled for late October 2019. 
E. The next regular meeting of the Kaimuki Neighborhood Board will be on Wednesday, September 18, 2019 at 6:30 pm at Kaimuki Christian Church, Fellowship Hall.

Board Sign: Hoe asked that a Motion for new Board signage be on the September 2019 Agenda due to a mislabeled starting time. Pierce noted her concerns with the 6:30 p.m. start time and Hoe noted that this was due to the request of the facility.

ADJOURNMENT - Chair Schneider adjourned the meeting at 8:26 p.m.

Submitted by: Chris Naylon, Neighborhood Assistant. 
Reviewed By: Harry Cho, Public Relations Officer

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