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Ordinances Numbered 17-24, 17-25, and 17-26

I hereby certify that the following Bills passed second and final reading at the meeting of the Hawai’i County Council on April 5, 2017, by vote as listed below:

Ordinance 17-24 (Bill 10): An Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 12-111, Which Amended Ordinance No. 99-116, Which Amended Ordinance No. 96-159, Which Amended Section 25-8-33 (City of Hilo Zone Map), Article 8, Chapter 25 (Zoning Code) of the Hawai’i County Code 1983 (2016 Edition, as Amended) (Formerly Referred to as Section 25-114, City of Hilo Zone Map, Article 3, Chapter 25, Zoning Code), by Changing the District Classification from Single Family Residential - 10,000 Square Feet (RS-10) to Neighborhood Commercial - 7,500 Square Feet (CN-7.5) at Waiakea, South Hilo, Hawai’i, Covered by Tax Map Key: 2-2-044:003, 031, 032, 035, and 037.  AYES: Council Members Chung, David, Eoff, Kanuha, Lee Loy, O’Hara, Richards, Ruggles, and Chair Poindexter - 9; NOES: None; ABSENT: None; EXCUSED:  None.

Ordinance 17-25 (Bill 20): An Ordinance to Amend Ordinance No. 16-72, as Amended, the Operating Budget for the County of Hawai’i for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2017. AYES: Council Members Chung, David, Eoff, Kanuha, O’Hara, Richards, Ruggles, and Chair Poindexter - 8; NOES: None; ABSENT: Council Member Lee Loy - 1; EXCUSED: None.

Ordinance 17-26 (Bill 21): An Ordinance to Amend Ordinance No. 16-72, as Amended, the Operating Budget for the County of Hawai’i for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2017. AYES: Council Members Chung, David, Eoff, Kanuha, O’Hara, Richards, Ruggles, and Chair Poindexter - 8; NOES: None; ABSENT: Council Member Lee Loy - 1; EXCUSED: None.

  Stewart Maeda
  COUNTY CLERK

Hawai’i County is an Equal Opportunity Provider
and Employer.

(HTH987714   5/6/17)~


CITY & COUNTY OF HONOLULU
DEPARTMENT OF CUSTOMER SERVICES
PUBLIC AUCTION OF ABANDONED & UNCLAIMED VEHICLES

Notice is hereby given that the following listed vehicles, after being towed and unclaimed pursuant to Chapter 290-1, Hawaii Revised Statutes, and/or pursuant to Section 1513.10, Revised Ordinances of Honolulu, will be either sold by auction as is, disposed of, sold as junk, or will be donated to a governmental agency at the scheduled hour of auction. There will be a minimum bid of Fifty dollars ($50.00) for each vehicle sold at auction. Vehicles may be inspected within 5 calendar days prior to the day of auction by appointment with the tow company. Vehicles will be sold as is and where is by online internet bidding using the City’s Vendor Self Service system (VSS). Online bidding for law enforcement towed vehicles will begin on MAY 10, 2017 8:00 am. Bidding for abandoned vehicles will begin on MAY 11, 2017 8:00 am.  All auctions will begin closing at 10 am each respective day. Refer to bid page for details. Interested bidders can register online at https://www5.honolulu.gov/webapp/VSSPSRV1/AltSelfService.  For assistance with VSS, contact our VSS Help Desk at (808)768-5535. The awarded buyer shall pay to the City and County of Honolulu their highest bid price per vehicle incurred at the close of the online bidding. Failure to pay all expenses will be cause for disqualification, penalty and suspension from participating in the online auctions. Payment, in the exact amount, shall be by cash, certified check, money order, or cashier’s check from a local bank, credit union or financial institution, made payable to CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU and preprinted by the issuing institution. Awarded buyers must make payment at Budget and Fiscal Services Purchasing Division, Room 115, 530 South King Street (City Hall) the day after the online auction closes. Payments shall be received no later than 2:00 pm. The awarded buyer shall pay all towing, storage, and any other expenses to the tow contractor when claiming the auctioned vehicle. Transfer of ownership or transfer of ownership with storage of vehicle must be recorded within thirty (30) days of auction or a penalty transfer fee of ($60.00) Sixty dollars shall be charged.

For information and appointments to view vehicles call the tow contractor(s).

May 10, 2017 0900 - ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D1), 820 ISENBERG ST, HONOLULU, 808-682-0770:  ACURA SGJ953 RED 90 4DSD, BUICK SJA435 WHT 06 4D-SLVG, CHEV PRY187 RED 01 VAN, CHEV STE120 GRY 01 PKUP-SLVG, CHRYS() VIN#3C8FY68B43T587756 WHT 03 4D-SLVG, DODGE RJF267 WHT 00 4DSD, FORD NRN064 BLK 00 MPVH, FORD NYJ023 GRY 05 MPVH, HONDA GSR984 WHT 98 2DSD, HONDA NXZ265 GRY 99 4DSD, HONDA RVJ502 GRY 01 PVAN, HONDA SBR194 GRY 03 4DSD, LEXUS SGX891 SIL 96 4DSD, MAZDA NZA918 WHT 06 4DSD, MAZDA STN235 WHT 92 2DCV, MBENZ MMK640 GRN 99 MPVH, MERC RXC884 GRN 94 PVAN, NISSAN RGY368 SIL 01 MPVH, NISSAN RJD662 GRY 11 4DSD, SATURN JPY990 MAR 01 4DSD, TOYOTA CS794 GRY 98 4DSD, TOYOTA DF810 BLK 93 4DSD, VW NSP732 BLK 05 4DSD, YAMAHA() VIN#JYARN13E34A001340 SIL 04 PCMC.
May 10, 2017 0900 - ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D1), 1040 MAKEPONO ST, HONOLULU, 808-682-0770:  NISSAN VN490E RED 94 2DSD, TOYOTA FXY956 BLU 88 PKUP, VW RPE768 GRN 02 4DSD.
May 10, 2017 0900 - ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D2), 410 OLIVE AVE, WAHIAWA, 808-682-0770:  ACURA SDE009 BLK 96 4DSD, AMC PFP095 RED 84 MPVH, CHRYS RSU580 BLK 04 4DSD, DODGE JRD821 MAR 01 PVAN, FORD() VIN#1FMZU73K63UA90233 BLK 03 MPVH, FORD RXN052 WHT 96 PKUP, FORD() VIN#1FMZU63W62ZC46057 SIL 02 MPVH, GMC NPJ041 WHT 03 MPVH, HONDA PBU663 WHT 00 PVAN, HONDA S00MEK RED 90 2DSD, HONDA SDE758 GRN 94 2DSD, HONDA SRV371 SIL 93 4DSD, INFINI GGN533 SIL 96 4DSD, KIA PRT129 BLK 03 PVAN, LEXUS() VIN#JT8UF11E5M0054592 BLK 91 4DSD, LINC SSE722 BLU 04 MPVH, MAZDA RDE577 SIL 97 4DSD, MAZDA SRC989 GRY 06 4D-SLVG, NISSAN DV266 TAN 03 4DSD, NISSAN NDX296 WHT 03 MPVH, SUZUKI JGN431 WHT 99 MPVH, SUZUKI PNF238 SIL 07 MPVH, TOYOTA NZS454 RED 94 PKUP, TOYOTA() VIN#1NXBR12E3XZ194048 SIL 99 4DSD.
May 10, 2017 0900 - ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D3), 91-229 KOMOHANA ST, KAPOLEI, 808-682-0770:  ACURA NRF209 SIL 96 4DSD, ACURA SBT190 GRY 05 4D-SLVG, ACURA SDC450 WHT 99 4DSD, AUDI JGC150 SIL 01 4DSD, BMW() VIN#WBACB4318PFL08931 GLD 93 4DSD, CHEV 594TRV BLK 05 MPVH, CHEV() VIN#1GNDM19W4WB171230 WHT 98 PVAN, CHEV GTY755 BLU 98 PVAN, CHEV RWN280 RED 06 MPVH, DODGE() VIN#1B3XP44KXLN182053 BLU 90 4DSD, DODGE GGV203 BLK 95 PKUP, DODGE() VIN#1B7GG2AX31S109012 WHT 01 PKUP, DODGE JYF742 SIL 01 PVAN, DODGE MHN350 MAR 01 4DSD, DODGE NCG348 GRN 98 2DSW, DODGE PWN859 RED 03 PVAN, DODGE RRD532 BLK 05 4DSD, DODGE RVD899 SIL 04 4DSW, DODGE() VIN#3B7HC13Y9YG138919 BLK 00 PKUP, FORD DD851 GRY 99 PKUP, FORD WV203 GRN 98 4DSD, FORD 214TVR SIL 01 PKUP, FORD GWW829 BLK 98 4DSD, FORD GZX266 SIL 99 2DSD, FORD RJZ559 SIL 03 4DSD, GMC GWV926 WHT 98 MPVH, HONDA CE787 WHT 94 2DSD, HONDA() VIN#JHMEJ6675WS014319 WHT 98 4DSD, HONDA GCE583 BLK 95 4DSD, HONDA GPN602 BLU 95 4D-SLVG, HONDA JPX253 BLU 01 2DSD, HONDA NPC097 SIL 04 2DSD, HONDA NPP665 GRY 04 4DSD, HONDA RWE058 GRN 97 4DSD, HONDA TBP252 SIL 01 2DSD, HONDA() VIN#1HGEJ6678VL016688 BLU 97 4DSD, JEEP CY533 GRN 94 MPVH, KIA PRG385 GRY 04 MPVH, LEXUS PDY113 BLK 99 4DSD, MAZDA CR739 GRN 96 4DSD, MAZDA GCA719 GRN 92 PKUP, MAZDA PTW123 WHT 90 PKUP-SLVG, MBENZ GVV088 SIL 98 4DSD, MERC RWN380 GRY 08 MPVH, MITSUB RTP801 GRY 03 4DSD, MITSUB RZV514 WHT 97 2DSD, NISSAN DN080 GRY 02 4DSD, NISSAN() VIN#4N2XN11T5YD810286 RED 00 PVAN, NISSAN JYZ485 SIL 02 4DSD, NISSAN NRT341 GRY 05 4DSD, NISSAN PCN834 GLD 06 4DSD, NISSAN PGG831 SIL 03 4DSD, NISSAN RGZ517 WHT 05 4DSD, SATURN GYG377 MAR 99 4DSD, SATURN SPV023 SIL 98 4DSD, SUBARU JVW502 SIL 02 4DSD, TOYOTA AU739 WHT 96 4DSD, TOYOTA DF233 TAN 00 PVAN, TOYOTA GNW484 SIL 97 4DSD, TOYOTA JSN511 BLU 99 MPVH, TOYOTA JSS003 GRN 01 4DSD, TOYOTA NXD865 BLK 05 MPVH, VW JGC209 SIL 01 4DSD.
May 10, 2017 0900 - ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D4), 820 ISENBERG ST, HONOLULU, 808-682-0770:  ACURA DN172 BLK 93 2DSD, CADI() VIN#1G6KD54Y5YU352735 BLK 00 4DSD, CHEV EB274 BLK 99 MPVH, CHEV RPW993 WHT 93 PKUP, CHEV SGC145 RED 02 4DSD, DODGE BH836 WHT 00 VAN, FORD RPW592 WHT 04 TRK, FORD SPJ483 BLK 96 2DCP, HONDA GGY512 SIL 96 4DSD, HONDA() VIN#1HGEJ8245VL082462 SIL 97 2DSD, HONDA() VIN#1HGEM22962L042032 SIL 02 2DSD, HONDA PFG301 WHT 00 4DSD, HONDA RJX308 PUR 98 PVAN, HONDA RNU765 GRN 00 4DSD, HONDA RYA018 GRY 97 4DSD, HONDA SDP034 SIL 00 2DSD, HONDA STW022 WHT 97 4DSD, HYUN RZY541 BLK 13 4DSD, INFINI PYU729 GLD 96 4D-SLVG, KIA NXB957 GLD 05 4DSD, LINC HFF323 WHT 05 4DSD, MAZDA FZF285 BLU 86 PKUP, NISSAN JDB828 WHT 99 4DSD, NISSAN JRF441 RED 01 MPVH, NISSAN PXT016 MAR 04 4DSD, NISSAN RND063 WHT 03 4D-SLVG, NISSAN SZA553 WHT 06 4DSD, SUBARU GZJ508 SIL 99 MPVH, SUZUKI() VIN#JS1GR7JA952103492 YEL 05 PCMC, TOYOTA CBIRD BLU 95 4DSD, TOYOTA RVD866 GRN 03 4D-SLVG, TOYOTA SWY168 BLK 08 2DSD, VW JDB035 BLK 00 4DSD, VOLVO RFB748 MAR 93 4DSD.
May 10, 2017 0900 - ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D5), 1040 MAKEPONO ST, HONOLULU, 808-682-0770:  ACURA JFR871 MAR 94 4DSD, CHEV CX334 WHT 96 PVAN, CHEV GJA877 GRN 96 PKUP, CHEV GXX309 BLK 99 PKUP, CHEV GZS485 BRN 99 4DSD, CHEV JPT547 WHT 01 4DSD, CHEV NPD500 GLD 04 PVAN, CHEV NSA803 BLU 89 MPVH, CHEV PCF877 RED 96 MPVH, CHEV RZB756 WHT 03 PKUP, DODGE DT086 WHT 05 PVAN, DODGE BPRIZM BLK 05 MPVH, DODGE GTT863 RED 98 2DSW, DODGE RTP980 SIL 08 4DSD, DODGE SSP707 GRN 06 4DSW-SLVG, FORD 041THJ(FL) GLD 01 MPVH, FORD() VIN#1FTFS242XVHB20067 WHT 97 VAN, FORD 951TRE WHT 03 PKUP, FORD NGB193 BLU 03 MPVH, FORD NTV761 BLK 98 MPVH, FORD NWP415 SIL 05 MPVH, FORD RYZ115 GLD 97 4DSD, FORD SGJ497 GLD 99 MPVH, FORD STW963 WHT 85 PKUP, GMC() VIN#1GTEC14V51E128344 RED 01 PKUP, HONDA BX979 BLU 92 4DSD, HONDA DS518 GLD 96 4D-SLVG, HONDA DP3435 BLU 01 PVAN-SLVG, HONDA FXP711 BLU 87 4DSD, HONDA GTR704 GRY 96 4DSD, HONDA NNY693 GLD 04 MPVH, HONDA RNU147 SIL 02 2DCP, HONDA() VIN#2HGES16541H539437 GLD 01 4D-SLVG, HYUN NGF874 BLU 04 4DSD, HYUN RSW360 GRN 99 4DSD, ISUZU 4200D GRN 99 MPVH, LROVER SRP491 BLK 02 MPVH, LEXUS RJN751 WHT 98 4DSD, MBENZ FRJ667 GLD 89 4DSD, MBENZ PCB039 SIL 95 4DSD, MBENZ PWT436 BLK 97 4DSD, MBENZ RWY073 BLK 00 4DSD, MBENZ SXC403 SIL 02 4DSD, MITSUB NFY807 WHT 04 4DSD, MITSUB RCF407 SIL 01 4DSD, MITSUB SXU597 GRY 02 2D-SLVG, NISSAN JJN191 WHT 00 PVAN, NISSAN() VIN#JN8AZ08T17W506568 WHT 07 MPVH, NISSAN RBX120 GRY 06 4DSD, NISSAN() VIN#3N1BC1CP7AL466997 BLK 10 4DSW, NISSAN RRG384 BLK 03 MPVH, NISSAN RVD379 BRN 05 4DSD, NISSAN SVV605 BLK 04 MPVH, SATURN() VIN#1G8ZF5289TZ306341 GRY 96 4DSD, SUBARU JDP729 RED 98 MPVH, TOYOTA GAW153 GLD 95 4DSD, TOYOTA GDT851 TAN 96 4DSD, TOYOTA MCR914 GRY 97 4DSD, TOYOTA NSY401 BLU 04 4DSD, TOYOTA NWZ721 WHT 98 4DSD, TOYOTA SCD366 WHT 07 PVAN, TOYOTA SSV763 SIL 00 4D-SLVG, TOYOTA SYW767 WHT 00 4DSD, VW JYB936 GRY 03 4DSD.
May 10, 2017 0900 - ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D6), 820 ISENBERG ST, HONOLULU, 808-682-0770:  DODGE RRP559 SIL 06 4D-SLVG,  MAZDA() VIN#JM1BJ2229X0141837 WHT 99 4D-SLVG, TOYOTA SFB485 WHT 99 4D-SLVG.
May 10, 2017 0900 - ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D7), 820 ISENBERG ST, HONOLULU, 808-682-0770:  ACURA() VIN#JH4DA9458NS028972 WHT 92 2DSD, CHEV AB932 WHT 01 MPVH, CHEV 056TVN WHT 93 FLTBD, DODGE HYF305 SIL 90 PKUP, FORD CP893 MAR 03 MPVH, FORD NGU382 TAN 04 PVAN, HONDA JPJ084 SIL 01 PVAN, HONDA RJN849 BLK 99 4D-SLVG, HONDA SCS965 WHT 99 4DSD, HYUN SVA669 MAR 00 4DSD, JEEP RPE370 BLK 05 MPVH, LROVER SBP764 GRN 03 MPVH, LEXUS SDE867 SIL 93 4DSD, MERC JDA414 GRN 00 4DSD, MERC RVD653 WHT 04 MPVH-SLVG, MERC SPD418 SIL 01 2DSW, NISSAN() VIN#5N1AR18U25C759256 GRY 02 MPVH, NISSAN SGX877 GLD 00 4DSD, PONT NYA095 BLK 06 4DSD, SATURN RFE880 WHT 05 MPVH, SUBARU LBJ609 WHT 10 4DSD, TOYOTA() VIN#JT4RN50R5G0177030 BLK 86 PKUP, TOYOTA() VIN#JT2EL45F2N0108332 BLU 92 2DSD, TOYOTA JCU777 WHT 00 MPVH, TOYOTA JPW307 BLU 00 PVAN, TOYOTA JSN870 SIL 94 4D-SLVG, TOYOTA NGA941 GLD 04 4DSD.
May 10, 2017 0900 - ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D8), 85-1330 WAIANAE VALLEY RD, WAIANAE, 808-682-0770:  DODGE GPT223 WHT 97 2DSW, DODGE RCA981 GRN 99 MPVH, DODGE RVR015 GRN 99 PKUP, FORD() VIN#1FTNE1EWXDDA07272 WHT 13 VAN, FORD PVP295 WHT 96 2DSD, FORD SYD787 MAR 06 2D-SLVG, HONDA() VIN#1HGCD5661VA070409 BLK 97 4D-SLVG, HONDA GCT607 BLK 95 4DSD, HONDA() VIN#1HGCD5651TA283901 GLD 96 4DSD, HONDA GYT035 GRN 97 4DSD, HONDA GZF355 GRY 99 4DSD, HONDA PTR654 BLK 97 4DSD, HONDA() VIN#2HKRL18591H572788 GRY 01 PVAN, HONDA SSE314 BLK 94 4DSD, ISUZU RVZ153 RED 91 PKUP, JEEP() VIN#1J4FJ68S4VL507158 WHT 97 MPVH, KIA NTX546 BLU 05 4DSD, MAZDA SVV432 GRY 03 MPVH-SLVG, MAZDA SWV510 BLK 16 4DSD, NISSAN PNN834 GLD 99 4DSD, NISSAN PXS446 SIL 91 4DSD, NISSAN SSZ267 GRN 00 PVAN, NISSAN STX616 GRY 02 4DSD, PLYM() VIN#2P4GP44R4TR702127 WHT 96 VAN, SATURN() VIN#1G8ZK5579RZ308677 BLK 94 4DSD, SATURN JFF681 GLD 01 2DSD, TOYOTA NFY838 SIL 04 PVAN, TOYOTA PTS171 WHT 91 4DSD, TOYOTA RBD969 GLD 99 4D-SLVG, TOYOTA SJV310 BLU 98 4DSD, TOYOTA SWJ989 WHT 90 PKUP.
May 10, 2017 0900 - ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D8), 85-1330 WAIANAE VALLEY RD, WAIANAE, 808-682-0770:  ACURA RBF065 SIL 98 4DSD, ACURA SCB840 WHT 96 4D-SLVG, BMW GRU947 GRN 97 4DSD, BMW KMEURO BLK 94 2DSD, BUICK JBS627 GRN 00 4DSD, CHEV() VIN#1GCGC24K1ME176271 BLK 91 PKUP, CHEV MKE352 WHT 03 PVAN, CHEV NSZ435 WHT 05 MPVH, CHEV PTE681 SIL 03 MPVH, CHRYS 574TSZ SIL 06 VAN, CHRYS PBD321 BLU 06 2DSW, CHRYS RSX785 SIL 06 4DSD, CHRYS TBG984 BLU 02 4DSD, DODGE NDP047 WHT 03 MPVH, DODGE RTV876 SIL 05 2DSW, FORD JXJ866 WHT 02 MPVH, FORD PTV330 WHT 07 MPVH, FORD PXU715 SIL 05 4DSD, FORD() VIN#1FMDU34X7TUA45315 GLD 96 MPVH, FORD STX609 GRN 99 MPVH, GMC GDV632 BLK 95 PVAN, GMC() VIN#1GCEC19MXTE238776 WHT 96 PKUP, HONDA SRS WHT 98 4DSD, HONDA JFD225 SIL 00 4DSD, HONDA() VIN#1HGCM55167A181398 SIL 07 4DSD, HONDA NJY278 WHT 93 4DSD, HONDA() VIN#1HGCD565XSA103085 BLK 95 4DSD, HONDA RVE390 GRY 01 4DSW, HONDA SVV595 GRY 96 4DSD, HYUN SWG513 GRY 02 4DSD, INFINI JJV158 GRY 01 4DSD, JAG PNN824 BRN 97 4D-SLVG, LROVER RTE011 WHT 96 MPVH, LEXUS NND656 BLK 98 4DSD, LINC PTF832 SIL 02 4DSD, MAZDA RND832 GRY 94 PKUP, MINI NJN030 SIL 04 2DSD, NISSAN() VIN#JN1CA21D5WT510992 GLD 98 4DSD, SAAB NBD286 BLU 03 4DSD, SUZUKI 168XGS ORG 82 PCMC, SUZUKI JVS736 SIL 02 4DSW, TOYOTA() VIN#1NXBA02E1VZ556036 BGE 97 4DSD, TOYOTA() VIN#JT2BF22K1V0022901 BLK 97 4D-SLVG, TOYOTA() VIN#1NXBR12E51Z514445 SIL 07 4DSD, TOYOTA() VIN#1NXBR12E2WZ069413 GLD 98 4D-SLVG, VW GXA116 WHT 99 4DSD, VW GXT492 SIL 99 4DSW.
May 11, 2017 0900 - ALBERTS TOWING (AV/DER), 91-209 KUHELA ST, KAPOLEI, 808-682-0580:  BMW GST242 BLK 95 4DSD, CHEV HFM285 TAN 05 PVAN, CHEV JCX333 WHT 00 4DSD, LINC DA590 GRN 99 4DSD, MITSUB() VIN#4A3AA46H31E187449 SIL 01 4DSD, NISSAN DP260A BLU 02 MPVH, NISSAN PZW674 SIL 09 4DSD, SATURN NFD153 BGE 00 4DSD, SUZUKI JGT597 WHT 00 4DSW, TOYOTA() VIN#JT4RN93P1R5093214 GRY 94 PKUP, TOYOTA HTY226 BLU 92 4DSW, VW NJZ393 WHT 01 4DSD, VOLVO JTP655 WHT 01 4DSD.

(SA987584   5/3/17)~


DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL
STATE OF HAWAII
NOTICE OF INTENT TO ADMINISTRATIVELY FORFEIT PROPERTY

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE PERSONS IDENTIFIED HEREIN AND ALL OTHERS WHO MAY HAVE AN INTEREST that administrative forfeiture proceedings have been commenced against the property listed herein by the filing with the Attorney General of Petitions for Administrative Forfeiture pursuant to Chapter 712A, (Hawaii Omnibus Criminal Forfeiture Act), Hawaii Revised Statutes ("HRS").  The appearance of names of persons and business entities in this notice does not mean that they are criminal suspects; it only means that the state believes they may have an interest in the described property.
1.  CORY YOUNG
Property Seized:  $4,425.00 in U.S. Currency
Date of Seizure: 3/6/17, 5/25/16
Place of Seizure: Intersection of Saddle Rd & Hwy 190, HI.
Violation:  712-1243 & 329-55, HRS
2.  KAHIAU BORRETTA & JOHN CULLEN
Property Seized: 1,801.00 in U.S. Currency
Date of Seizure: 1/14/17; 3/24/17; 
Place of Seizure: 82-6167 Mamalahoa Highway, Captain Cook, HI
Violation:  712-1247; 712-1248; 329-55, HRS

INSTRUCTIONS TO CLAIMANTS

Persons claiming an interest in the property listed herein may do one, and only one, of the following:
1) The Claimant may do nothing, in which case the property will be administratively forfeited; or
2) The Claimant may file a Petition for Remission or Mitigation. A Petition for Remission or Mitigation admits that the property is subject to forfeiture but asks the Attorney General to pardon the property, in whole or in part, due to extenuating circumstances. The Attorney General’s decision is final, not subject to appeal, and may be made without a hearing.  A Petition for Remission or Mitigation must be signed by the petitioner and sworn on oath before a notary public, and shall contain the following:
  a) A reasonably complete description of the property;
  b) A statement of the interest of the petitioner in the property, as owner or interest-holder, which may be   supported by bills of sale, contracts, or mortgages, or other documentary evidence; and
  c) Facts and circumstances sufficient to show whether the petitioner:
  i) owns or holds an interest as defined by Section 712A-1, HRS, in the seized property;
  ii) had any knowledge that the property was or would be involved in any violation of the law;
  iii) had any knowledge of the particular violation which subjected the property to seizure and   forfeiture;
  iv) had any knowledge that the user of the property had any record, including arrests, except where   the person was acquitted or the charges dismissed due to lack of evidence, for the violation which   subjected the property to seizure and forfeiture or for any crime which is similar in nature.
The Attorney General will inquire into the facts and circumstances alleged in the Petition for Remission or Mitigation ("Petition"), if one is filed, and provide a written decision on the Petition within sixty days.  If the circumstances of the case require more time, the Petitioner will be notified in writing, within the sixty day period of the circumstances requiring more time, and be further notified of the expected decision date; or
3) The Claimant may seek judicial determination of the forfeiture by filing a claim and cost or in pauperis bond.  A claim shall be signed by the claimant and sworn on oath before a notary public and shall comply with the requirements of Section 712A-12(5), HRS.  Specifically, the claim shall be signed by the claimant and sworn on oath before a notary public and shall set forth all the following:
  a) The name of the claimant;
  b) The address at which the claimant will accept future mailings from the court or the prosecuting   attorney;
  c) The nature and extent of the claimant’s interest in the property;
  d) The time, transferor and circumstances of the claimant’s acquisition of the interest in the property;
  e) The specific provisions of Chapter 712A, HRS, relied on in asserting that the property seized for   forfeiture is not subject to forfeiture;
  f) Facts supporting each assertion that the property is not subject to forfeiture;
  g) Any additional facts supporting the claimant’s claim; and
  h) The precise relief sought. 
The claim must be accompanied by a cost bond in the amount of $2,500.00 or ten percent of the estimated value of the property, whichever is greater, or an in pauperis bond consisting of a declaration in the form of and containing the elements specified in the Appendix to the Hawaii Rules of Penal Procedure.
Upon receipt of a claim and bond, which substantially comply with the foregoing requirements, the Attorney General will notify the Prosecuting Attorney who may either petition the Circuit Court for forfeiture of the property within forty-five (45) days of receipt of notice that a proper claim and bond has been filed, or may elect to honor the claim and forego further forfeiture proceedings. If the Prosecuting Attorney forgoes further proceedings, the seizing agency will be authorized to release the property, or some specified interest in it. If the Prosecuting Attorney petitions the circuit court for forfeiture and the claimant fails to prove that his/her interest is exempt from forfeiture under Section 712A-5, HRS, the claimant shall pay the State’s costs and expenses, including reasonable attorneys fees incurred in connection with a judicial proceeding.

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A Petition for Remission or Mitigation, or a claim and cost or in pauperis bond must be filed with the Attorney General at the address specified below within thirty days after the date of publication of this notice or actual receipt of the Petition for Administrative Forfeiture, whichever occurs first. No extension of the filing deadline may be granted for owners or interest-holders who wish to file a Petition for Remission or Mitigation.  However, for a claim, one (1) extension of thirty (30) days for filing of the claim may be granted upon a written request demonstrating good cause provided that the request is received by the Attorney General within the thirty (30) day period for filing a claim.
Notice is also hereby given that the property will be forfeited to the State of Hawaii if a petition for remission or mitigation, or a claim and cost or in pauperis bond, is not filed with the Attorney General in substantial compliance with Sections 712A-10 and 712A-12(5), HRS.

    Department of the Attorney General
    Civil Recoveries Division
    425 Queen Street
    Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
    DATED:  May 1, 2017
    DOUGLAS S. CHIN
    Attorney General
    State of Hawai

(WHT988080     5/1/17)~


DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL
STATE OF HAWAII
NOTICE OF INTENT TO ADMINISTRATIVELY FORFEIT PROPERTY

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE PERSONS IDENTIFIED HEREIN AND ALL OTHERS WHO MAY HAVE AN INTEREST that administrative forfeiture proceedings have been commenced against the property listed herein by the filing with the Attorney General of Petitions for Administrative Forfeiture pursuant to Chapter 712A, (Hawaii Omnibus Criminal Forfeiture Act), Hawaii Revised Statutes ("HRS").  The appearance of names of persons and business entities in this notice does not mean that they are criminal suspects; it only means that the state believes they may have an interest in the described property.
1.  JANE A. ECKARDT
Property Seized:  $4,200.00 in U.S. Currency
Date of Seizure: 10/27/16
Place of Seizure: 11-2634 Omeka Rd., Mountain View, HI
Violation:  712-1243 & 329-55, HRS
2.  HALEY H. MEPHAM
Property Seized: $1,932.00 in U.S. Currency
Date of Seizure: 7/18/16; 10/20/16
Place of Seizure: 15-1724 18th Ave., Keaau, HI
Violation:  712-1242, 712-1243 & 329-55, HRS
3.  GREGORY COOK & DEBRA STEIGLER
Property Seized: $8,183.00 in U.S. Currency
Date of Seizure: 8/1/16; 11/22/16
Place of Seizure: 11-2784 Pikake St., Mountain View, HI
Violation:  712-1241, 712-1243 & 329-55, HRS
4.  ANGELIQUE LUNDELL & JOSEPH MARTINEZ
Property Seized: $5,495.00 in U.S. Currency
Date of Seizure: 1/12/17; 2/22/17
Place of Seizure: 71 Banyan Dr., Hilo, HI
Violation:  712-1242, 712-1243 & 329-55, HRS
5.  BRIAN PERALTO, DERWIN TAKA & THOMAS S. HARRISON
Property Seized: $18,245.00 in U.S. Currency & 1993 Harley Davidson Motorcycle, 367-HNC, VIN:  1HD1BNL1XPY015874 (Est. Value:  $8,000.00) (Total Aggregate Value:  $26,245.00)
Date of Seizure: 9/2/16
Place of Seizure: 15-2705 Hinalea St., Pahoa, HI
Violation:  712-1241, 712-1242 & 329-55, HRS

INSTRUCTIONS TO CLAIMANTS

Persons claiming an interest in the property listed herein may do one, and only one, of the following:
1) The Claimant may do nothing, in which case the property will be administratively forfeited; or
2) The Claimant may file a Petition for Remission or Mitigation. A Petition for Remission or Mitigation admits that the property is subject to forfeiture but asks the Attorney General to pardon the property, in whole or in part, due to extenuating circumstances. The Attorney General’s decision is final, not subject to appeal, and may be made without a hearing.  A Petition for Remission or Mitigation must be signed by the petitioner and sworn on oath before a notary public, and shall contain the following:
  a) A reasonably complete description of the property;
  b) A statement of the interest of the petitioner in the property, as owner or interest-holder, which may be   supported by bills of sale, contracts, or mortgages, or other documentary evidence; and
  c) Facts and circumstances sufficient to show whether the petitioner:
  i) owns or holds an interest as defined by Section 712A-1, HRS, in the seized property;
  ii) had any knowledge that the property was or would be involved in any violation of the law;
  iii) had any knowledge of the particular violation which subjected the property to seizure and   forfeiture;
  iv) had any knowledge that the user of the property had any record, including arrests, except where   the person was acquitted or the charges dismissed due to lack of evidence, for the violation   which subjected the property to seizure and forfeiture or for any crime which is similar in nature.
The Attorney General will inquire into the facts and circumstances alleged in the Petition for Remission or Mitigation ("Petition"), if one is filed, and provide a written decision on the Petition within sixty days. If the circumstances of the case require more time, the Petitioner will be notified in writing, within the sixty day period of the circumstances requiring more time, and be further notified of the expected decision date; or
3) The Claimant may seek judicial determination of the forfeiture by filing a claim and cost or in pauperis bond. A claim shall be signed by the claimant and sworn on oath before a notary public and shall comply with the requirements of Section 712A-12(5), HRS. Specifically, the claim shall be signed by the claimant and sworn on oath before a notary public and shall set forth all the following:
  a) The name of the claimant;
  b) The address at which the claimant will accept future mailings from the court or the prosecuting   attorney;
  c) The nature and extent of the claimant’s interest in the property;
  d) The time, transferor and circumstances of the claimant’s acquisition of the interest in the property;
  e) The specific provisions of Chapter 712A, HRS, relied on in asserting that the property seized for   forfeiture is not subject to forfeiture;
  f) Facts supporting each assertion that the property is not subject to forfeiture;
  g) Any additional facts supporting the claimant’s claim; and
  h) The precise relief sought. 
The claim must be accompanied by a cost bond in the amount of $2,500.00 or ten percent of the estimated value of the property, whichever is greater, or an in pauperis bond consisting of a declaration in the form of and containing the elements specified in the Appendix to the Hawaii Rules of Penal Procedure.
Upon receipt of a claim and bond, which substantially comply with the foregoing requirements, the Attorney General will notify the Prosecuting Attorney who may either petition the Circuit Court for forfeiture of the property within forty-five (45) days of receipt of notice that a proper claim and bond has been filed, or may elect to honor the claim and forego further forfeiture proceedings. If the Prosecuting Attorney forgoes further proceedings, the seizing agency will be authorized to release the property, or some specified interest in it. If the Prosecuting Attorney petitions the circuit court for forfeiture and the claimant fails to prove that his/her interest is exempt from forfeiture under Section 712A-5, HRS, the claimant shall pay the State’s costs and expenses, including reasonable attorneys fees incurred in connection with a judicial proceeding.

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A Petition for Remission or Mitigation, or a claim and cost or in pauperis bond must be filed with the Attorney General at the address specified below within thirty days after the date of publication of this notice or actual receipt of the Petition for Administrative Forfeiture, whichever occurs first. No extension of the filing deadline may be granted for owners or interest-holders who wish to file a Petition for Remission or Mitigation.  However, for a claim, one (1) extension of thirty (30) days for filing of the claim may be granted upon a written request demonstrating good cause provided that the request is received by the Attorney General within the thirty (30) day period for filing a claim.
Notice is also hereby given that the property will be forfeited to the State of Hawaii if a petition for remission or mitigation, or a claim and cost or in pauperis bond, is not filed with the Attorney General in substantial compliance with Sections 712A-10 and 712A-12(5), HRS.
    Department of the Attorney General
    Civil Recoveries Division
    425 Queen Street
    Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
    DATED:  May 1, 2017
    DOUGLAS S. CHIN
    Attorney General
    State of Hawaii

(HTH988072     5/1/17)~


April 25, 2017

NOTICE OF DISPOSAL

      VEHICLE PLATE          VIN REGISTERED OWNER
2002 TAN TOYT PKUP JVB657 5TEGM92N02Z011843 SEAN CARILLO
2005 GOL FORD FOCUS NWZ869 1FAFP3N95W291525 JOSHUA KAI-CORPUZ
1988 BRN/BLU DODG RAM KTN820 JB7FL24DJP022346 RYAN KAMALA
2002 WHT ISUZU MPVH PJZ858 4S2CK58D424322250 JON K OLIVAS
1990 WHT FORD PKUP CV686 1FTCR15T9LPA31433 LEROY J PINERO
1995 BLK DODG DAKOTA KCJ739 1B7GL23X6SW916420 KYLE KLENK
1997 GRY NISSAN 2DSD GRY397 1N4AB42D7VC520391 S. HASCHE & S. MORRETINO
2002 WHT LINC 4DSD RGX061 1LNHM87A52Y651905 SHAWN HARTMAN
2001 RED CHEV 4DSD KZY513 1G1JC524X17272033 AMANDA K GARZIANO
2005 WHT FORD MPVH PFF616 1FMPU16545LB12930 JOHNNY SMITH & SHEM KORN
1995 GRN TOYT PKUP LEF809 JT4AVD22E3S0003685 MICHAEL MCMAHAN
1992 RED TOYT PASEO KAD319 JT2EL45F8N0050100 IRAINA BALAI-MARTIN
2000 BLK PLYM 4DSD HJV520 1P3ES46C8YD686964 RACHEL M TAYLORSON
2004 WHT DODG STRATUS KBX609 1BEL36T34N290373 ROSS M TERAOKA
1993 MAR TOYT 4DSW PWG625 4T1VK12W8PU059884 STEVEN K KANEKUNI
2001 SILV CHEV 4DSD KZF369 2G1WF55E319313859 JANESE A SINGH
2002 BLK INFINITY 4DSD KAP239 JNKBF01A92M007053 HAM YOUNG JERRID
2001 RED FORD 2DSD MHW720 3FAFP31301R198313 MICHAEL B VINCENT
1996 WHT FORD PVAN KBJ756 2FMDA51U2TBA12985 KENNETH ALLEN
2001 RED/MAR CHRY 4DSW KTG592 3C86Y4BB51T644881 KAWIKA J BUENAFE
1998 RED CHEV GEO KYU346 2CNBJ1861W6903595 WENDY L WAIWAIOLE
2000 SILV CHEV IMPALA KZU965 2G1WH55K4Y9115057 JUMIE TRINIDAD
1995 SILV NISSAN 4DSD KPY022 1N4AB4181SC746570 FRANKIE ESPINOSA

Our records indicate the above vehicles have been towed as a result of being ABANDONED for 24 or more hours and are available for release. Attempts to contact owners have been unsuccessful. Please contact the Kauai Police Department RECORDS DEPARTMENT to arrange payment for towed vehicle at the Lihue Police Station located at 3990 Kaana Street, Ste. 200, Lihue Kauai, HI, to expedite your claim.

Office Hours:  8:00 AM to 4:00 PM, Monday through Friday

                          Telephone:    (808) 241-1901 (Closed on all legal holidays)

All vehicles not arranged for pickup within 24 hours of this publication will be sold or disposed of as junk.
(Hawaii Revised Statutes 290-11)

      VEHICLE PLATE          VIN REGISTERED OWNER
00 HONDA 4DSD KSY495 2HGEJ6613YH53796 HOAPILI, KRISTIE

The above vehicle(s) held by the Kauai Police Department have been released and attempts to contact the owners have been unsuccessful. Notice is given that the stated vehicle(s) will be disposed of if not removed within five business days. To arrange for removal contact:

The Kauai Police Department
Attn: Evidence Division
3990 Kaana StreetSuite 200
Lihue, HI 96766
Contact: 808-241-1655 or 808-241-1658 or Fax: 808-241-1670
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

(TGI988099   4/29/17)~


NOTICE OF REPEAL OF ADMINISTRATIVE RULE

The University of Hawaii, pursuant to Hawaii Revised Statutes Chapter 91, subsection 91-3(f), hereby gives thirty days’ public notice that it intends to repeal Title 20, Chapter 42 of the Hawaii Administrative Rules entitled "Hawaii State Postsecondary Review Program" (for convenience referred to as "Chapter 20-42"). The proposed effective date of the repeal shall be June 14, 2017, or as soon thereafter as certified copies of the repeal have been filed with the Office of the Lieutenant Governor.

Chapter 20-42 sets forth the rules and procedures governing the Hawaii Postsecondary Review Program established by Part II of HRS Chapter 305H. The University had certain oversight responsibility for postsecondary education under that program.  However, HRS Chapter 305H was repealed in 2006 and the postsecondary review responsibilities of the former program were moved to the Hawaii Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs ("DCCA") in 2013 when HRS Chapter 305J was enacted.  In light of the repeal of the Hawaii State Postsecondary Review Program and the transfer of the postsecondary review responsibilities to the DCCA, Chapter 20-42 serves no purpose and will be repealed in its entirety.

The full text of the chapter to be repealed is available on the University of Hawaii website at http://www.hawaii.edu/offices/bor/adminrules/chapter42.pdf.  The full text may also be viewed until May 31, 2017, between the hours of 9:00am - noon and 1:00pm - 4:00pm at the UH System Government Relations Office located at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2444 Dole Street, Bachman Hall 109J, Honolulu, Hawaii 96822, and at regional public libraries. 

Any interested person may petition the University Board of Regents regarding the proposed repeal of Chapter 20-42 by submitting a petition to the Board pursuant to Section 91-6, Hawaii Revised Statutes, at 2444 Dole Street, Bachman 209, Honolulu, Hawaii 96822, no later than May 31, 2017.
 
    David Lassner
    President, University of Hawaii

(SA986043     4/28/17)~


NOTICE OF REPEAL OF ADMINISTRATIVE RULE

The University of Hawaii, pursuant to Hawaii Revised Statutes Chapter 91, subsection 91-3(f), hereby gives thirty days’ public notice that it intends to repeal Title 20, Chapter 17 of the Hawaii Administrative Rules entitled "Collection of Voluntary Contributions" (for convenience referred to as "Chapter 20-17"). The proposed effective date of the repeal shall be June 14, 2017, or as soon thereafter as certified copies of the repeal have been filed with the Office of the Lieutenant Governor. 

Chapter 20-17 provides the criteria for the University to enter into a contract with an organization the majority of whose membership are students of the University to collect voluntary contributions for the use of the program of that organization. Chapter 20-17 is not required by law and has, since its existence, never been used for any student organization. This is because there are currently existing policies governing student organizations. Rules pertaining to student organizations are more appropriately left to the University via the establishment of board policies and executive policies and procedures. Chapter 20-17, therefore, is not necessary for the administration of student organizations within the University and will be repealed in its entirety.
 
The full text of the chapter to be repealed is available on the University of Hawaii website at http://www.hawaii.edu/offices/bor/adminrules/
chapter17.pdf
. The full text may also be viewed until May 31, 2017, between the hours of 9:00am - noon and 1:00pm - 4:00pm at the UH System Government Relations Office located at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2444 Dole Street, Bachman Hall 109J, Honolulu, Hawaii 96822, and at regional public libraries. 

Any interested person may petition the University Board of Regents regarding the proposed repeal of Chapter 20-17 by submitting a petition to the Board pursuant to Section 91-6, Hawaii Revised Statutes, at 2444 Dole Street, Bachman 209, Honolulu, Hawaii 96822, no later than May 31, 2017. 
 
    David Lassner
    President, University of Hawaii

(SA986036   4/28/17)~


NOTICE OF REPEAL OF ADMINISTRATIVE RULE

The University of Hawaii, pursuant to Hawaii Revised Statutes Chapter 91, subsection 91-3(f), hereby gives thirty days’ public notice that it intends to repeal Title 20, Chapter 20 of the Hawaii Administrative Rules entitled "Protection of Educational Rights and Privacy of Students" (for convenience referred to as "Chapter 20-20").  The proposed effective date of the repeal shall be June 14, 2017, or as soon thereafter as certified copies of the repeal have been filed with the Office of the Lieutenant Governor. 

Chapter 20-20 provides procedures for the protection of students’ rights to privacy related to the education records of the students, in accordance with the requirements of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act ("FERPA") and the federal regulations adopted by the U.S. Department of Education to implement FERPA.  This chapter is not required by law and is unnecessary given that the University has a policy governing such privacy protection. AP 7.022, available at http://www.hawaii.edu/policy/index.php? action=viewPolicy&policySection=ap&policyChapter=7&policyNumber=022&menuView=closed, establishes uniform procedures governing a student’s access to the student’s own education records, and access to student education records by the public, University officials, other governmental agencies that comply with FERPA, and other parties. If Chapter 20-20 is repealed, AP 7.022 will be amended to remove references to Chapter 20-20.

The full text of the chapter to be repealed is available on the University of Hawaii website at http://www.hawaii.edu/offices/bor/adminrules/ chapter20.pdf. The full text may also be viewed until May 31, 2017, between the hours of 9:00am - noon and 1:00pm - 4:00pm at the UH System Government Relations Office located at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2444 Dole Street, Bachman Hall 109J, Honolulu, Hawaii 96822, and at regional public libraries. 

Any interested person may petition the University Board of Regents regarding the proposed repeal of Chapter 20-20 by submitting a petition to the Board pursuant to Section 91-6, Hawaii Revised Statutes, at 2444 Dole Street, Bachman 209, Honolulu, Hawaii 96822, no later than May 31, 2017.

        David Lassner
        President, University of Hawaii

(SA986027   4/28/17)~


COUNTY OF KAUAI HISTORIC PRESERVATION REVIEW COMMISSION

4444 Rice Street, Suite A473, Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii 96766.  Tel:  (808) 241-4050, Fax: (808) 241-6699, email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).  Pursuant to Hawaii Revised Statutes Chapter 91-3 and the Proposed Rules of Practice and Procedure of the County of Kauai Historic Preservation Review Commission, notice is hereby given that the County of Kauai Historic Preservation Review Commission ("Commission") will hold a public hearing on Thursday, May 25, 2017, at 3:00 p.m. in the Lihue Civic Center, Moikeha Building, Meeting Room 2A and 2B,  4444 Rice Street, Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii to hear testimony and comments from all interested persons regarding the following:
Proposed Rules of Practice and Procedure of the County of Kauai Historic Preservation Review Commission.
This Commission is proposing rules that will establish the following: "General Provisions"; "Organization & Parliamentary Rules"; "Public Records, Inspection, and Availability" Procedures; and "Rule Adoption, Amendment, or Repeal Procedures."
All interested persons shall be afforded the opportunity to submit data, views, or arguments, orally or in writing on the proposed rule amendments at the time of the public hearing.  Persons wishing to submit written testimony are requested to submit their written testimony to the Planning Department at the addresses noted above.  Persons presenting oral testimony are requested to also submit their testimony in writing to the Planning Department at the addresses noted above.  All submissions for the record must be received at or prior to the scheduled public hearing.
A copy of the proposed rule amendments will be mailed to any interested person who requests a copy and pays the required fees for copying and postage.  Please submit your request to the Planning Department.  Copies of the proposed rule amendments may be picked up from the Planning Department at the above address between the hours of 7:45 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.  In addition, the full text of the proposed rule is available on the web site of the KHPRC:  http://www.kauai.gov/Government/Boards-and-Commissions/Historic-Preservation-Commission.  Individuals who require special needs accommodations may request assistance by writing or contacting Mrs. Shanlee Jimenez at (808) 241-4050 at least five (5) working days prior to the scheduled public hearing. 

(SA986734   4/25/17)~


COUNTY OF KAUAI HISTORIC PRESERVATION REVIEW COMMISSION

4444 Rice Street, Suite A473, Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii 96766.  Tel:  (808) 241-4050, Fax: (808) 241-6699, email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).  Pursuant to Hawaii Revised Statutes Chapter 91-3 and the Proposed Rules of Practice and Procedure of the County of Kauai Historic Preservation Review Commission, notice is hereby given that the County of Kauai Historic Preservation Review Commission ("Commission") will hold a public hearing on Thursday, May 25, 2017, at 3:00 p.m. in the Lihue Civic Center, Moikeha Building, Meeting Room 2A and 2B,  4444 Rice Street, Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii to hear testimony and comments from all interested persons regarding the following:
Proposed Rules of Practice and Procedure of the County of Kauai Historic Preservation Review Commission.
This Commission is proposing rules that will establish the following: "General Provisions"; "Organization & Parliamentary Rules"; "Public Records, Inspection, and Availability" Procedures; and "Rule Adoption, Amendment, or Repeal Procedures."
All interested persons shall be afforded the opportunity to submit data, views, or arguments, orally or in writing on the proposed rule amendments at the time of the public hearing.  Persons wishing to submit written testimony are requested to submit their written testimony to the Planning Department at the addresses noted above.  Persons presenting oral testimony are requested to also submit their testimony in writing to the Planning Department at the addresses noted above.  All submissions for the record must be received at or prior to the scheduled public hearing.
A copy of the proposed rule amendments will be mailed to any interested person who requests a copy and pays the required fees for copying and postage.  Please submit your request to the Planning Department.  Copies of the proposed rule amendments may be picked up from the Planning Department at the above address between the hours of 7:45 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.  In addition, the full text of the proposed rule is available on the web site of the KHPRC:  http://www.kauai.gov/Government/Boards-and-Commissions/Historic-Preservation-Commission.  Individuals who require special needs accommodations may request assistance by writing or contacting Mrs. Shanlee Jimenez at (808) 241-4050 at least five (5) working days prior to the scheduled public hearing. 

(TGI986683   4/25/17)~


STATE OF HAWAII
DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES

NOTICE OF ANIMAL CONTROL ACTIVITIES AND TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF MAUNA KEA FOREST RESERVE, MAUNA KEA ICE AGE NATURAL AREA RESERVE, PALILA MITIGATION LANDS, AND KAOHE GAME MANAGEMENT AREA
Legal Notice DOFAW

HILO—The Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR) Division of Forestry and Wildlife (DOFAW) will conduct animal control activities specifically for trapping mouflon/feral sheep hybrids; staff hunting, and/or aerial shooting from helicopters for feral goats, feral sheep, mouflon and mouflon/feral sheep hybrids within palila critical habitat in the Mauna Kea Forest Reserve (Unit A), Mauna Kea Ice Age Natural Area Reserve (Unit K), Palila Mitigation Lands, and the Kaohe Game Management Area (Unit G) on the island of Hawaii.  Aerial shooting is required for compliance with the federal court order mandating the removal of sheep and goats from critical habitat for palila, a bird endemic to Hawaii.

Control schedules are May 10 and 11, 2017.  Public access to Mauna Kea Forest Reserve, Mauna Kea Ice Age Natural Area Reserve, Palila Mitigation Lands, the Kaohe Game Management Area and Mauna Kea Hunter Access Road will be restricted and allowed BY PERMIT ONLY for animal salvage purposes on the following dates: 

7 a.m. May 10, 2017
6 a.m. May 11, 2017

These actions are pursuant to HAR§ 13-130-19 and § 13-104-23(a) (3). The Mauna Kea Observatory Road will remain open.  The temporary closure is needed to minimize the dangers of incompatible uses in the forest area and safely conduct animal control activities. To implement the closure, both the Hale Pohaku and Kilohana gated entrances to Unit A and G and the gate behind Mauna Kea State Recreation Area will be locked/reopened as follows: 

Locked 7 p.m. May 9, 2017 and reopened 7 p.m. May 11, 2017

Copies of the map illustrating the area subject to aerial shooting on these dates are available for inspection at the Division of Forestry and Wildlife Office.

Due to high public participation, telephone call-ins to the DOFAW Kamuela Office at (808) 887-6063 for receiving salvage permits will be conducted from 9 a.m. May 3, 2017, to 10 a.m. the day before each shoot day. One permit will be issued per call per vehicle for one day only.  Applicants can have their names added to a stand-by list for additional days, should all slots not be filled by other applicants. No standbys waiting at the gates will be allowed access. The driver, occupants, vehicle license plate, and make/model of vehicle are needed when calling in.  A maximum of 15 permitted vehicles will be allowed at the Puu Ko’ohi location and 15 permitted vehicles at the Pu’u Mali location.

Carcasses taken during the shoot will be available to the permitted public for salvage at the following locations (4-wheel drive vehicle are required, and access permits will be issued). There is no guarantee that animals will be able to be salvaged.

Salvage locations are subject to change:

On May 10, 2017, at Puu Ko’ohi. Permittees must meet at Mauna Kea   Recreation Area at 7 a.m. sharp.
On May 11, 2017 at Pu’u Mali. Permittees must meet across from the   Waimea Veterinary office on Mana Road at 6 a.m. sharp.

Contact the Division of Forestry and Wildlife in Hilo at (808) 974-4221 or in Kamuela at (808) 887-6063 for additional details regarding meat salvage or access permits.

Done at Honolulu this 12th day of April, 2017.

Suzanne D. Case, Chairperson
Department of Land and Natural Resources
(WHT986629   4/23/17)

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Do you have an Additional Dwelling
Unit (ADU) Facilities Clearance Form?
Did you forget to re-certify in 2015?
* NOTE: ONLY applies to lots in the Agricultural and Open zoning districts.*
You must re-certify your form with the Planning Department by:
FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 2017
or you will lose your entitlements for building and zoning permits.
Visit the Planning Department at the Li¯hu’e Civic Center, the website
www.kauai.gov/Planning or call 241-4050 for more information.

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STATE OF HAWAII
DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES

NOTICE OF ANIMAL CONTROL ACTIVITIES AND TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF MAUNA KEA FOREST RESERVE, MAUNA KEA ICE AGE NATURAL AREA RESERVE, PALILA MITIGATION LANDS, AND KAOHE GAME MANAGEMENT AREA
Legal Notice DOFAW

HILO—The Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR) Division of Forestry and Wildlife (DOFAW) will conduct animal control activities specifically for trapping mouflon/feral sheep hybrids; staff hunting, and/or aerial shooting from helicopters for feral goats, feral sheep, mouflon and mouflon/feral sheep hybrids within palila critical habitat in the Mauna Kea Forest Reserve (Unit A), Mauna Kea Ice Age Natural Area Reserve (Unit K), Palila Mitigation Lands, and the Kaohe Game Management Area (Unit G) on the island of Hawaii.  Aerial shooting is required for compliance with the federal court order mandating the removal of sheep and goats from critical habitat for palila, a bird endemic to Hawaii.

Control schedules are May 10 and 11, 2017.  Public access to Mauna Kea Forest Reserve, Mauna Kea Ice Age Natural Area Reserve, Palila Mitigation Lands, the Kaohe Game Management Area and Mauna Kea Hunter Access Road will be restricted and allowed BY PERMIT ONLY for animal salvage purposes on the following dates: 

7 a.m. May 10, 2017
6 a.m. May 11, 2017

These actions are pursuant to HAR§ 13-130-19 and § 13-104-23(a) (3). The Mauna Kea Observatory Road will remain open.  The temporary closure is needed to minimize the dangers of incompatible uses in the forest area and safely conduct animal control activities. To implement the closure, both the Hale Pohaku and Kilohana gated entrances to Unit A and G and the gate behind Mauna Kea State Recreation Area will be locked/reopened as follows: 

Locked 7 p.m. May 9, 2017 and reopened 7 p.m. May 11, 2017

Copies of the map illustrating the area subject to aerial shooting on these dates are available for inspection at the Division of Forestry and Wildlife Office.

Due to high public participation, telephone call-ins to the DOFAW Kamuela Office at (808) 887-6063 for receiving salvage permits will be conducted from 9 a.m. May 3, 2017, to 10 a.m. the day before each shoot day. One permit will be issued per call per vehicle for one day only.  Applicants can have their names added to a stand-by list for additional days, should all slots not be filled by other applicants. No standbys waiting at the gates will be allowed access. The driver, occupants, vehicle license plate, and make/model of vehicle are needed when calling in.  A maximum of 15 permitted vehicles will be allowed at the Puu Ko’ohi location and 15 permitted vehicles at the Pu’u Mali location.

Carcasses taken during the shoot will be available to the permitted public for salvage at the following locations (4-wheel drive vehicle are required, and access permits will be issued). There is no guarantee that animals will be able to be salvaged.

Salvage locations are subject to change:

On May 10, 2017, at Puu Ko’ohi. Permittees must meet at Mauna Kea   Recreation Area at 7 a.m. sharp.
On May 11, 2017 at Pu’u Mali. Permittees must meet across from the   Waimea Veterinary office on Mana Road at 6 a.m. sharp.

Contact the Division of Forestry and Wildlife in Hilo at (808) 974-4221 or in Kamuela at (808) 887-6063 for additional details regarding meat salvage or access permits.

Done at Honolulu this 12th day of April, 2017.

Suzanne D. Case, Chairperson
Department of Land and Natural Resources
(HTH985202   4/23/17)

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COUNTY   OF   KAUAI PLANNING   DEPARTMENT, LIHUE, KAUAI

4444 Rice St., Kapule Building, Lihue, Hawaii 96766.  Tel:  241-4050.  Pursuant to the Special Management Area Rules and Regulations of the County of Kauai:  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of a hearing to be held by the Planning Commission of the County of Kauai at the Lihue Civic Center, Moikeha Building, Meeting Rooms 2A and 2B,  4444 Rice Street, Lihue, Kauai on Tuesday, May 23, 2017, starting at 9:00 a.m. or soon thereafter to consider the following:
1. Special Management Area Use Permit SMA(U)-2017-2 to allow electrical and lighting upgrades to the Mana Drag Strip facility, situated on the makai side of Kaumualii Highway and immediately east of the Kekaha Landfill site, affecting a 20 acre portion of 3 existing parcels, further identified as Tax Map Keys (4) 1-2-002:009 (Por.), 036 & 040.
2. Special Management Area Use Permit SMA(U)-2017-3 to allow additions to the existing Coral Reef Hotel that includes four (4) hotel units, two (2) apartment-hotel units, and associated site improvements for a parcel located on the makai side of Kuhio Highway in Kapaa Town, further identified as 4-1516 Kuhio Highway, Tax Map Key 4-5-011:046, and containing a total area of 0.592 acres.
All persons may present testimony for or against any application as public witnesses.  Such testimony should be made in writing and presented to the Department prior to the hearing.  Late written testimony may be submitted up to seven days after the close of the hearing in cases where the Commission does not take action on the same day as the hearing. Any party may be represented by counsel if he or she so desires. Also, individuals may appear on their own behalf, a member of a partnership may represent the partnership, and an officer or authorized employee of a corporation or trust or association may represent the corporation, trust or association. Petitions for intervenor status must be submitted to the Commission and the applicant at least seven days prior to the date of the hearing advertised herein and shall be in conformance with Chapter 4 of the Rules of Practice and Procedure of the Planning Commission. Proposed plans and the Rules of Practice and Procedure of the Planning Commission are available for inspection during normal business hours at the address above. Copies of the proposal may be mailed to any person willing to pay the required fees for copying and postage.  Mailing requests may be made to the Department in writing at the address above.  Special accommodations for those with disabilities are available upon request five days prior to the meeting date by contacting the Department at the information above.  KAUAI PLANNING COMMISSION Kimo M. Keawe, Chairperson, By Michael A. Dahilig, Clerk of the Commission.

(WHT983380   4/21/17)~


COUNTY   OF   KAUAI PLANNING   DEPARTMENT, LIHUE, KAUAI

4444 Rice St., Kapule Building, Lihue, Hawaii 96766.  Tel:  241-4050.  Pursuant to the Special Management Area Rules and Regulations of the County of Kauai:  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of a hearing to be held by the Planning Commission of the County of Kauai at the Lihue Civic Center, Moikeha Building, Meeting Rooms 2A and 2B,  4444 Rice Street, Lihue, Kauai on Tuesday, May 23, 2017, starting at 9:00 a.m. or soon thereafter to consider the following:
1. Special Management Area Use Permit SMA(U)-2017-2 to allow electrical and lighting upgrades to the Mana Drag Strip facility, situated on the makai side of Kaumualii Highway and immediately east of the Kekaha Landfill site, affecting a 20 acre portion of 3 existing parcels, further identified as Tax Map Keys (4) 1-2-002:009 (Por.), 036 & 040.
2. Special Management Area Use Permit SMA(U)-2017-3 to allow additions to the existing Coral Reef Hotel that includes four (4) hotel units, two (2) apartment-hotel units, and associated site improvements for a parcel located on the makai side of Kuhio Highway in Kapaa Town, further identified as 4-1516 Kuhio Highway, Tax Map Key 4-5-011:046, and containing a total area of 0.592 acres.
All persons may present testimony for or against any application as public witnesses.  Such testimony should be made in writing and presented to the Department prior to the hearing.  Late written testimony may be submitted up to seven days after the close of the hearing in cases where the Commission does not take action on the same day as the hearing. Any party may be represented by counsel if he or she so desires. Also, individuals may appear on their own behalf, a member of a partnership may represent the partnership, and an officer or authorized employee of a corporation or trust or association may represent the corporation, trust or association. Petitions for intervenor status must be submitted to the Commission and the applicant at least seven days prior to the date of the hearing advertised herein and shall be in conformance with Chapter 4 of the Rules of Practice and Procedure of the Planning Commission. Proposed plans and the Rules of Practice and Procedure of the Planning Commission are available for inspection during normal business hours at the address above. Copies of the proposal may be mailed to any person willing to pay the required fees for copying and postage.  Mailing requests may be made to the Department in writing at the address above.  Special accommodations for those with disabilities are available upon request five days prior to the meeting date by contacting the Department at the information above.  KAUAI PLANNING COMMISSION Kimo M. Keawe, Chairperson, By Michael A. Dahilig, Clerk of the Commission.

(HTH983376   4/21/17)~


COUNTY   OF   KAUAI PLANNING   DEPARTMENT, LIHUE, KAUAI

4444 Rice St., Kapule Building, Lihue, Hawaii 96766.  Tel:  241-4050.  Pursuant to the Special Management Area Rules and Regulations of the County of Kauai:  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of a hearing to be held by the Planning Commission of the County of Kauai at the Lihue Civic Center, Moikeha Building, Meeting Rooms 2A and 2B,  4444 Rice Street, Lihue, Kauai on Tuesday, May 23, 2017, starting at 9:00 a.m. or soon thereafter to consider the following:
1. Special Management Area Use Permit SMA(U)-2017-2 to allow electrical and lighting upgrades to the Mana Drag Strip facility, situated on the makai side of Kaumualii Highway and immediately east of the Kekaha Landfill site, affecting a 20 acre portion of 3 existing parcels, further identified as Tax Map Keys (4) 1-2-002:009 (Por.), 036 & 040.
2. Special Management Area Use Permit SMA(U)-2017-3 to allow additions to the existing Coral Reef Hotel that includes four (4) hotel units, two (2) apartment-hotel units, and associated site improvements for a parcel located on the makai side of Kuhio Highway in Kapaa Town, further identified as 4-1516 Kuhio Highway, Tax Map Key 4-5-011:046, and containing a total area of 0.592 acres.
All persons may present testimony for or against any application as public witnesses.  Such testimony should be made in writing and presented to the Department prior to the hearing.  Late written testimony may be submitted up to seven days after the close of the hearing in cases where the Commission does not take action on the same day as the hearing. Any party may be represented by counsel if he or she so desires. Also, individuals may appear on their own behalf, a member of a partnership may represent the partnership, and an officer or authorized employee of a corporation or trust or association may represent the corporation, trust or association. Petitions for intervenor status must be submitted to the Commission and the applicant at least seven days prior to the date of the hearing advertised herein and shall be in conformance with Chapter 4 of the Rules of Practice and Procedure of the Planning Commission. Proposed plans and the Rules of Practice and Procedure of the Planning Commission are available for inspection during normal business hours at the address above. Copies of the proposal may be mailed to any person willing to pay the required fees for copying and postage.  Mailing requests may be made to the Department in writing at the address above.  Special accommodations for those with disabilities are available upon request five days prior to the meeting date by contacting the Department at the information above.  KAUAI PLANNING COMMISSION Kimo M. Keawe, Chairperson, By Michael A. Dahilig, Clerk of the Commission.

(SA983373   4/21/17)~


COUNTY   OF   KAUAI PLANNING   DEPARTMENT, LIHUE, KAUAI

4444 Rice St., Kapule Building, Lihue, Hawaii 96766.  Tel:  241-4050.  Pursuant to the Special Management Area Rules and Regulations of the County of Kauai, provisions of State Land Use Commission Rules and Regulations and Chapter 8 of the Kauai County Code 1987, as amended, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of a hearing to be held by the Planning Commission of the County of Kauai at the Lihue Civic Center, Moikeha Building, Meeting Rooms 2A and 2B,  4444 Rice Street, Lihue, Kauai on Tuesday, May 23, 2017, starting at 9:00 a.m. or soon thereafter to consider the following:
1. Class IV Zoning Permit Z-IV-2017-10, Use Permit U-2017-8 and Special Permit SP-2017-4 to allow development of a substance abuse treatment and healing center for adolescents, involving a parcel situated on the eastern side of Maalo Road in Kapaia, approx. 0.75 miles north of the Maalo Road/Kuhio Highway intersection, further identified as Tax Map Key (4) 3-8-018:012, and affecting a parcel approx. 5.825 acre in size.
2. Special Management Area Use Permit SMA(U)-2017-2 to allow electrical and lighting upgrades to the Mana Drag Strip facility, situated on the makai side of Kaumualii Highway and immediately east of the Kekaha Landfill site, affecting a 20 acre portion of 3 existing parcels, further identified as Tax Map Keys (4) 1-2-002:009 (Por.), 036 & 040.
3. Special Management Area Use Permit SMA(U)-2017-3, Class IV Zoning Permit Z-IV-2017-11, Use Permit U-2017-9 to allow additions to the existing Coral Reef Hotel that includes four (4) hotel units, two (2) apartment-hotel units, and associated site improvements, and Variance Permit V-2017-4 to allow deviations from several requirements of the Kauai County Code (1987), including Section 8-13.1 relating to Nonconforming Buildings & Structures, Section 8-13.2 relating to Nonconforming Uses, Sections 8-9.2(a) & (b) relating to Open District Development Standards, for a parcel located on the makai side of Kuhio Highway in Kapaa Town, further identified as 4-1516 Kuhio Highway, Tax Map Key 4-5-011:046, and containing a total area of 0.592 acres.
All persons may present testimony for or against any application as public witnesses.  Such testimony should be made in writing and presented to the Department prior to the hearing.  Late written testimony may be submitted up to seven days after the close of the hearing in cases where the Commission does not take action on the same day as the hearing. Any party may be represented by counsel if he or she so desires. Also, individuals may appear on their own behalf, a member of a partnership may represent the partnership, and an officer or authorized employee of a corporation or trust or association may represent the corporation, trust or association. Petitions for intervenor status must be submitted to the Commission and the applicant at least seven days prior to the date of the hearing advertised herein and shall be in conformance with Chapter 4 of the Rules of Practice and Procedure of the Planning Commission. Proposed plans, bills and the Rules of Practice and Procedure of the Planning Commission are available for inspection during normal business hours at the address above. Copies of the proposal may be mailed to any person willing to pay the required fees for copying and postage.  Mailing requests may be made to the Department in writing at the address above.  Special accommodations for those with disabilities are available upon request five days prior to the meeting date by contacting the Department at the information above.  KAUAI PLANNING COMMISSION, Kimo M. Keawe, Chairperson, By Michael A. Dahilig, Clerk of the Commission.

(TGI983331   4/21/17)~


NOTICE OF PROPOSED WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PERMIT
WAIKOLOA RESERVOIR NO. 1 EARTHQUAKE REPAIRS
KAMUELA, ISLAND OF HAWAII
NPDES PERMIT NO. HI S000516

DOCKET NO. HI S000516

April 20, 2017

The State Department of Health (DOH) tentatively proposes to issue a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit to discharge storm water associated with construction activity from the Waikoloa Reservoir No. 1 Earthquake Repairs project site, to receiving State waters, subject to special conditions to:

COUNTY OF HAWAII
DEPARTMENT OF WATER SUPPLY

The proposed permit for the new discharge will expire five (5) years from the date of issuance.

The project is located at Waikoloa Reservoir No. 1 with access off Spencer Road, north of Kamuela on the Island of Hawaii (see Application dated March 29, 2017 for specific location).  The scope of work for the Waikoloa Reservoir No. 1 Earthquake Repair project consists of tree removal, concrete repair and concrete work, and soil grading around the embankments of the reservoir.

The receiving water, Waikoloa Stream, is classified by the DOH as a Class 1, Inland Water.  The objective of Class 1 waters is for these waters to remain in their natural state as nearly as possible with an absolute minimum of pollution from any human-caused source or action.  To the extent possible, the wilderness character of these areas shall be protected.

The receiving water, Kohakohau Stream, is classified by the DOH as a Class 2, Inland Water.  The objective of Class 2 waters is to protect their use for recreational purposes, the support and propagation of aquatic life, agricultural and industrial water supplies, shipping, and navigation.  The uses to be protected in this class of waters are all uses compatible with the protection and propagation of fish, shellfish, and wildlife, and with recreation in and on these waters. 

Persons wishing to comment upon or object to the proposed NPDES permit or to request a public hearing, should submit their comments or requests in writing no later than 30 calendar days after the date of this notice, either in person or by mail, to:


Clean Water Branch
Environmental Management Division
Department of Health
919 Ala Moana Boulevard, Room 301
Honolulu, HI 96814-4920

Copies of the proposed public notice permit and other information are available for public inspection, Monday through Friday (excluding holidays) from 7:45 a.m. until 4:15 p.m., at the DOH office address shown above; the Kona District Health Office, 79-1020 Haukapila St., Room 115, Kealakekua, HI 96750; the Hilo District Health Office, 1582 Kamehameha Ave., Hilo, HI 96720; and the WPC Viewer located at: http://eha-web.doh.hawaii.gov/wpc-viewer/.  Copies may be bought.  The public notice permit and rationale are also available on the internet at: http://health.hawaii.gov/cwb/site-map/clean-water-branch-home-page/public-notices-and-updates/ and on the WPC Viewer located at http://eha-web.doh.hawaii.gov/wpc-viewer/.  For more information or if you have special needs due to disability that will aid you in inspecting and/or commenting on the public notice permit and related information, please contact Mr. Darryl Lum, Supervisor of the Engineering Section, at the above address or (808) 586 4309 (Voice) at least seven (7) calendar days before the comment deadline.  For those who use a TTY/TDD, please call through Sprint Relay Hawaii, at 1-711 or 1-877 447-5991.

All written comments and requests received on time will be considered.  If DOH determines that there is significant public interest, a public hearing may be held after at least 30 calendar days of public notice.

If DOH’s position is substantially unchanged after considering all timely written comments and all oral comments at any public hearing that may be held, then the DOH will issue the NPDES permit and this action will be final.

Please notify anyone you know who would be interested in this matter.

      VIRGINIA PRESSLER, M.D.
  Director of Health

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
OFFICE OF ELECTIONS
STATE OF HAWAII

Notice is given that the Chief Election Officer, under the authority of section 11-4, Hawaii Revised Statutes ("HRS"), and pursuant to Chapter 91, HRS, will hold a public hearing at the following time and location:

May 24, 2017
1:00 p.m.

Kakuhihewa Videoconference Center
Kakuhihewa State Office Building
601 Kamokila Boulevard, Room 167B
Kapolei, Hawaii 96707

Videoconferencing will be made available at the following locations:

Hilo Videoconference Center
Hilo State Office Building
75 Aupuni Street, Basement
Hilo, Hawaii 96720

Wailuku Videoconference Center
Wailuku State Office Building
54 South High Street, 3rd Floor
Wailuku, Hawaii 96793

Lihue Videoconference Center
Lihue State Office Building
3060 Eiwa Street, Basement
Lihue, Hawaii 96766

If, for technical reasons, a video connection cannot be made and/or is disrupted, the hearing will continue.  Those persons unable to testify by videoconference will still be able to submit written testimony.

The Chief Election Officer proposes a new administrative rule, HAR § 3-172-71.1, to address the methodology for ordering ballots.  Additionally, he proposes an amendment to an existing administrative rule, HAR § 3-172-99, to clarify how ballots will be counted if a voter votes on a ballot that contains contests that the voter is not eligible to vote on.  Finally, as these proposed changes will be made to chapter 3-172, Hawaii Administrative Rules, the chapter will need to be compiled.

All interested persons wishing to testify on the proposed rule and/or the proposed rule amendment should submit written testimony to the Chief Election Officer, at least twenty-four hours prior to the hearing.  Written testimony may be submitted by facsimile to (808) 453-6006, by email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), by mail to Office of Elections, 802 Lehua Avenue, Pearl City, Hawaii 96782, or by delivering the written testimony in person to the Office of Elections.

Any person submitting written testimony on the day of the hearing shall furnish ten copies of such testimony to the Chief Election Officer’s staff.

The Chief Election Officer may impose a time limit for each person presenting testimony at the hearing.

In addition, or in lieu of written testimony, any person may file with the Chief Election Officer within two days following the close of the public hearing a written protest or other comments or recommendations in support of or in opposition to the proposed rule making.  Such persons shall notify the Chief Election Officer at the time of the hearing that they intend to file written materials after the hearing.  The period for filing written protests, comments, or recommendations may be extended by the Chief Election Officer for good cause.

A copy of the proposed rule and the proposed rule amendment, as part of the proposed amendment and compilation of chapter 3-172, Hawaii Administrative Rules, will be available to be reviewed in person between the hours of 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Mondays through Fridays (excluding holidays or other days that the office is legally closed), at the Office of Elections, 802 Lehua Avenue, Pearl City, Hawaii 96782, through the day the public hearing is held. 

A copy of the proposed rule and the proposed rule amendment, as part of the proposed amendment and compilation of chapter 3-172, Hawaii Administrative Rules, will be mailed to any interested person who requests a copy and pays the required fees for the copy and the postage.  A requestor may, in lieu of paying postage, pick up the copy in person at the Office of Elections by paying the applicable copying cost of ten cents per page.

  Requests may be made by calling the Office of Elections at 453-8683 or 1-800-442-8683 (neighbor islands), or by asking in person at the Office of Elections.  In addition, requests may be made in writing by submitting the request by facsimile to 453-6006, by email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), or by mail to Office of Elections, 802 Lehua Avenue, Pearl City, Hawaii 96782.

The request should include the name, address, and telephone number of the requestor.  Contact information will be used by the Office of Elections to inform requestors of applicable fees for copy and postage.  Upon receipt of payment the rules will be mailed to the requestor.

The proposed rule and the proposed rule amendment, as part of the proposed amendment and compilation of chapter 3-172, Hawaii Administrative Rules,  are also available at the Office of Elections’ website at http://elections.hawaii.gov and the Lieutenant Governor’s website at http://ltgov.hawaii.gov.

Any person(s) with a disability desiring special accommodations should contact the Office of Elections at least ten days before the scheduled public hearing.

(WHT984184   4/19/17)~


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
OFFICE OF ELECTIONS
STATE OF HAWAII

Notice is given that the Chief Election Officer, under the authority of section 11-4, Hawaii Revised Statutes ("HRS"), and pursuant to Chapter 91, HRS, will hold a public hearing at the following time and location:

May 24, 2017
1:00 p.m.

Kakuhihewa Videoconference Center
Kakuhihewa State Office Building
601 Kamokila Boulevard, Room 167B
Kapolei, Hawaii 96707

Videoconferencing will be made available at the following locations:

Hilo Videoconference Center
Hilo State Office Building
75 Aupuni Street, Basement
Hilo, Hawaii 96720

Wailuku Videoconference Center
Wailuku State Office Building
54 South High Street, 3rd Floor
Wailuku, Hawaii 96793

Lihue Videoconference Center
Lihue State Office Building
3060 Eiwa Street, Basement
Lihue, Hawaii 96766

If, for technical reasons, a video connection cannot be made and/or is disrupted, the hearing will continue.  Those persons unable to testify by videoconference will still be able to submit written testimony.

The Chief Election Officer proposes a new administrative rule, HAR § 3-172-71.1, to address the methodology for ordering ballots.  Additionally, he proposes an amendment to an existing administrative rule, HAR § 3-172-99, to clarify how ballots will be counted if a voter votes on a ballot that contains contests that the voter is not eligible to vote on.  Finally, as these proposed changes will be made to chapter 3-172, Hawaii Administrative Rules, the chapter will need to be compiled.

All interested persons wishing to testify on the proposed rule and/or the proposed rule amendment should submit written testimony to the Chief Election Officer, at least twenty-four hours prior to the hearing.  Written testimony may be submitted by facsimile to (808) 453-6006, by email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), by mail to Office of Elections, 802 Lehua Avenue, Pearl City, Hawaii 96782, or by delivering the written testimony in person to the Office of Elections.

Any person submitting written testimony on the day of the hearing shall furnish ten copies of such testimony to the Chief Election Officer’s staff.

The Chief Election Officer may impose a time limit for each person presenting testimony at the hearing.

In addition, or in lieu of written testimony, any person may file with the Chief Election Officer within two days following the close of the public hearing a written protest or other comments or recommendations in support of or in opposition to the proposed rule making.  Such persons shall notify the Chief Election Officer at the time of the hearing that they intend to file written materials after the hearing.  The period for filing written protests, comments, or recommendations may be extended by the Chief Election Officer for good cause.

A copy of the proposed rule and the proposed rule amendment, as part of the proposed amendment and compilation of chapter 3-172, Hawaii Administrative Rules, will be available to be reviewed in person between the hours of 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Mondays through Fridays (excluding holidays or other days that the office is legally closed), at the Office of Elections, 802 Lehua Avenue, Pearl City, Hawaii 96782, through the day the public hearing is held. 

A copy of the proposed rule and the proposed rule amendment, as part of the proposed amendment and compilation of chapter 3-172, Hawaii Administrative Rules, will be mailed to any interested person who requests a copy and pays the required fees for the copy and the postage.  A requestor may, in lieu of paying postage, pick up the copy in person at the Office of Elections by paying the applicable copying cost of ten cents per page.

  Requests may be made by calling the Office of Elections at 453-8683 or 1-800-442-8683 (neighbor islands), or by asking in person at the Office of Elections.  In addition, requests may be made in writing by submitting the request by facsimile to 453-6006, by email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), or by mail to Office of Elections, 802 Lehua Avenue, Pearl City, Hawaii 96782.

The request should include the name, address, and telephone number of the requestor.  Contact information will be used by the Office of Elections to inform requestors of applicable fees for copy and postage.  Upon receipt of payment the rules will be mailed to the requestor.

The proposed rule and the proposed rule amendment, as part of the proposed amendment and compilation of chapter 3-172, Hawaii Administrative Rules,  are also available at the Office of Elections’ website at http://elections.hawaii.gov and the Lieutenant Governor’s website at http://ltgov.hawaii.gov.

Any person(s) with a disability desiring special accommodations should contact the Office of Elections at least ten days before the scheduled public hearing.

(HTH984183   4/19/17)~


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
OFFICE OF ELECTIONS
STATE OF HAWAII

Notice is given that the Chief Election Officer, under the authority of section 11-4, Hawaii Revised Statutes ("HRS"), and pursuant to Chapter 91, HRS, will hold a public hearing at the following time and location:

May 24, 2017
1:00 p.m.

Kakuhihewa Videoconference Center
Kakuhihewa State Office Building
601 Kamokila Boulevard, Room 167B
Kapolei, Hawaii 96707

Videoconferencing will be made available at the following locations:

Hilo Videoconference Center
Hilo State Office Building
75 Aupuni Street, Basement
Hilo, Hawaii 96720

Wailuku Videoconference Center
Wailuku State Office Building
54 South High Street, 3rd Floor
Wailuku, Hawaii 96793

Lihue Videoconference Center
Lihue State Office Building
3060 Eiwa Street, Basement
Lihue, Hawaii 96766

If, for technical reasons, a video connection cannot be made and/or is disrupted, the hearing will continue.  Those persons unable to testify by videoconference will still be able to submit written testimony.

The Chief Election Officer proposes a new administrative rule, HAR § 3-172-71.1, to address the methodology for ordering ballots.  Additionally, he proposes an amendment to an existing administrative rule, HAR § 3-172-99, to clarify how ballots will be counted if a voter votes on a ballot that contains contests that the voter is not eligible to vote on.  Finally, as these proposed changes will be made to chapter 3-172, Hawaii Administrative Rules, the chapter will need to be compiled.

All interested persons wishing to testify on the proposed rule and/or the proposed rule amendment should submit written testimony to the Chief Election Officer, at least twenty-four hours prior to the hearing.  Written testimony may be submitted by facsimile to (808) 453-6006, by email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), by mail to Office of Elections, 802 Lehua Avenue, Pearl City, Hawaii 96782, or by delivering the written testimony in person to the Office of Elections.

Any person submitting written testimony on the day of the hearing shall furnish ten copies of such testimony to the Chief Election Officer’s staff.

The Chief Election Officer may impose a time limit for each person presenting testimony at the hearing.

In addition, or in lieu of written testimony, any person may file with the Chief Election Officer within two days following the close of the public hearing a written protest or other comments or recommendations in support of or in opposition to the proposed rule making.  Such persons shall notify the Chief Election Officer at the time of the hearing that they intend to file written materials after the hearing.  The period for filing written protests, comments, or recommendations may be extended by the Chief Election Officer for good cause.

A copy of the proposed rule and the proposed rule amendment, as part of the proposed amendment and compilation of chapter 3-172, Hawaii Administrative Rules, will be available to be reviewed in person between the hours of 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Mondays through Fridays (excluding holidays or other days that the office is legally closed), at the Office of Elections, 802 Lehua Avenue, Pearl City, Hawaii 96782, through the day the public hearing is held. 

A copy of the proposed rule and the proposed rule amendment, as part of the proposed amendment and compilation of chapter 3-172, Hawaii Administrative Rules, will be mailed to any interested person who requests a copy and pays the required fees for the copy and the postage.  A requestor may, in lieu of paying postage, pick up the copy in person at the Office of Elections by paying the applicable copying cost of ten cents per page.

  Requests may be made by calling the Office of Elections at 453-8683 or 1-800-442-8683 (neighbor islands), or by asking in person at the Office of Elections.  In addition, requests may be made in writing by submitting the request by facsimile to 453-6006, by email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), or by mail to Office of Elections, 802 Lehua Avenue, Pearl City, Hawaii 96782.

The request should include the name, address, and telephone number of the requestor.  Contact information will be used by the Office of Elections to inform requestors of applicable fees for copy and postage.  Upon receipt of payment the rules will be mailed to the requestor.

The proposed rule and the proposed rule amendment, as part of the proposed amendment and compilation of chapter 3-172, Hawaii Administrative Rules,  are also available at the Office of Elections’ website at http://elections.hawaii.gov and the Lieutenant Governor’s website at http://ltgov.hawaii.gov.

Any person(s) with a disability desiring special accommodations should contact the Office of Elections at least ten days before the scheduled public hearing.

(TGI984179   4/19/17)~


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
OFFICE OF ELECTIONS
STATE OF HAWAII

Notice is given that the Chief Election Officer, under the authority of section 11-4, Hawaii Revised Statutes ("HRS"), and pursuant to Chapter 91, HRS, will hold a public hearing at the following time and location:

May 24, 2017
1:00 p.m.

Kakuhihewa Videoconference Center
Kakuhihewa State Office Building
601 Kamokila Boulevard, Room 167B
Kapolei, Hawaii 96707

Videoconferencing will be made available at the following locations:

Hilo Videoconference Center
Hilo State Office Building
75 Aupuni Street, Basement
Hilo, Hawaii 96720

Wailuku Videoconference Center
Wailuku State Office Building
54 South High Street, 3rd Floor
Wailuku, Hawaii 96793

Lihue Videoconference Center
Lihue State Office Building
3060 Eiwa Street, Basement
Lihue, Hawaii 96766

If, for technical reasons, a video connection cannot be made and/or is disrupted, the hearing will continue.  Those persons unable to testify by videoconference will still be able to submit written testimony.

The Chief Election Officer proposes a new administrative rule, HAR § 3-172-71.1, to address the methodology for ordering ballots.  Additionally, he proposes an amendment to an existing administrative rule, HAR § 3-172-99, to clarify how ballots will be counted if a voter votes on a ballot that contains contests that the voter is not eligible to vote on.  Finally, as these proposed changes will be made to chapter 3-172, Hawaii Administrative Rules, the chapter will need to be compiled.

All interested persons wishing to testify on the proposed rule and/or the proposed rule amendment should submit written testimony to the Chief Election Officer, at least twenty-four hours prior to the hearing.  Written testimony may be submitted by facsimile to (808) 453-6006, by email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), by mail to Office of Elections, 802 Lehua Avenue, Pearl City, Hawaii 96782, or by delivering the written testimony in person to the Office of Elections.

Any person submitting written testimony on the day of the hearing shall furnish ten copies of such testimony to the Chief Election Officer’s staff.

The Chief Election Officer may impose a time limit for each person presenting testimony at the hearing.

In addition, or in lieu of written testimony, any person may file with the Chief Election Officer within two days following the close of the public hearing a written protest or other comments or recommendations in support of or in opposition to the proposed rule making.  Such persons shall notify the Chief Election Officer at the time of the hearing that they intend to file written materials after the hearing.  The period for filing written protests, comments, or recommendations may be extended by the Chief Election Officer for good cause.

A copy of the proposed rule and the proposed rule amendment, as part of the proposed amendment and compilation of chapter 3-172, Hawaii Administrative Rules, will be available to be reviewed in person between the hours of 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Mondays through Fridays (excluding holidays or other days that the office is legally closed), at the Office of Elections, 802 Lehua Avenue, Pearl City, Hawaii 96782, through the day the public hearing is held. 

A copy of the proposed rule and the proposed rule amendment, as part of the proposed amendment and compilation of chapter 3-172, Hawaii Administrative Rules, will be mailed to any interested person who requests a copy and pays the required fees for the copy and the postage.  A requestor may, in lieu of paying postage, pick up the copy in person at the Office of Elections by paying the applicable copying cost of ten cents per page.

  Requests may be made by calling the Office of Elections at 453-8683 or 1-800-442-8683 (neighbor islands), or by asking in person at the Office of Elections.  In addition, requests may be made in writing by submitting the request by facsimile to 453-6006, by email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), or by mail to Office of Elections, 802 Lehua Avenue, Pearl City, Hawaii 96782.

The request should include the name, address, and telephone number of the requestor.  Contact information will be used by the Office of Elections to inform requestors of applicable fees for copy and postage.  Upon receipt of payment the rules will be mailed to the requestor.

The proposed rule and the proposed rule amendment, as part of the proposed amendment and compilation of chapter 3-172, Hawaii Administrative Rules,  are also available at the Office of Elections’ website at http://elections.hawaii.gov and the Lieutenant Governor’s website at http://ltgov.hawaii.gov.

Any person(s) with a disability desiring special accommodations should contact the Office of Elections at least ten days before the scheduled public hearing.

(SA984015   4/19/17)~


Ordinances Numbered 17-20, 17-21, 17-22, and 17-23

I hereby certify that the following Bills passed second and final reading at the meeting of the Hawai’i County Council on March 22, 2017, by vote as listed below:

Ordinance 17-20 (Bill 14):  An Ordinance to Amend Ordinance No. 16-72, as Amended, the Operating Budget for the County of Hawai’i for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2017.  AYES: Council Members Chung, David, Kanuha, Lee Loy, O’Hara, Poindexter, Richards, Ruggles, and Acting Chair Eoff - 9; NOES:  None; ABSENT:  None; EXCUSED:  None.

Ordinance 17-21 (Bill 15):  An Ordinance to Amend Ordinance No. 16-72, as Amended, the Operating Budget for the County of Hawai’i for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2017.  AYES: Council Members Chung, David, Kanuha, Lee Loy, O’Hara, Poindexter, Richards, Ruggles, and Acting Chair Eoff - 9; NOES:  None; ABSENT:  None; EXCUSED:  None.

Ordinance 17-22 (Bill 16):  An Ordinance to Amend Ordinance No. 16-72, as Amended, the Operating Budget for the County of Hawai’i for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2017.  AYES: Council Members Chung, David, Kanuha, Lee Loy, O’Hara, Poindexter, Richards, Ruggles, and Acting Chair Eoff - 9; NOES:  None; ABSENT:  None; EXCUSED:  None.

Ordinance 17-23 (Bill 17):  An Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 16-73, as Amended, Relating to Public Improvements and Financing Thereof for the Fiscal Year July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2017.  AYES: Council Members Chung, David, Kanuha, Lee Loy, O’Hara, Poindexter, Richards, Ruggles, and Acting Chair Eoff - 9; NOES:  None; ABSENT:  None; EXCUSED:  None.

  Stewart Maeda
  COUNTY CLERK

    Hawai’i County is an Equal Opportunity
Provider and Employer.

(WHT983033   4/15/17)~


Ordinances Numbered 17-20, 17-21, 17-22, and 17-23

I hereby certify that the following Bills passed second and final reading at the meeting of the Hawai’i County Council on March 22, 2017, by vote as listed below:

Ordinance 17-20 (Bill 14):  An Ordinance to Amend Ordinance No. 16-72, as Amended, the Operating Budget for the County of Hawai’i for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2017.  AYES: Council Members Chung, David, Kanuha, Lee Loy, O’Hara, Poindexter, Richards, Ruggles, and Acting Chair Eoff - 9; NOES:  None; ABSENT:  None; EXCUSED:  None.

Ordinance 17-21 (Bill 15):  An Ordinance to Amend Ordinance No. 16-72, as Amended, the Operating Budget for the County of Hawai’i for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2017.  AYES: Council Members Chung, David, Kanuha, Lee Loy, O’Hara, Poindexter, Richards, Ruggles, and Acting Chair Eoff - 9; NOES:  None; ABSENT:  None; EXCUSED:  None.

Ordinance 17-22 (Bill 16):  An Ordinance to Amend Ordinance No. 16-72, as Amended, the Operating Budget for the County of Hawai’i for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2017.  AYES: Council Members Chung, David, Kanuha, Lee Loy, O’Hara, Poindexter, Richards, Ruggles, and Acting Chair Eoff - 9; NOES:  None; ABSENT:  None; EXCUSED:  None.

Ordinance 17-23 (Bill 17):  An Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 16-73, as Amended, Relating to Public Improvements and Financing Thereof for the Fiscal Year July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2017.  AYES: Council Members Chung, David, Kanuha, Lee Loy, O’Hara, Poindexter, Richards, Ruggles, and Acting Chair Eoff - 9; NOES:  None; ABSENT:  None; EXCUSED:  None.

  Stewart Maeda
  COUNTY CLERK

    Hawai’i County is an Equal Opportunity
Provider and Employer.

(HTH982979   4/15/17)~


Bill Nos. 18, 19, 24, and 25 (Draft 2)

I hereby certify that the following Bills passed first reading at the meeting of the Hawai’i County Council on April 5, 2017, by vote as listed below:

Bill 18: Amends Chapter 24, Article 10, Division 5, of the Hawai’i County Code 1983 (2016 Edition, as Amended), Relating to Parking.  Amends Schedule 28 (No parking at anytime), Subsection (c), South Hilo, by repealing an existing provision for a portion of Holomua Street. AYES: Council Members Chung, David, Eoff, Kanuha, Lee Loy, O’Hara, Richards, Ruggles, and Chair Poindexter - 9; NOES: None; ABSENT: None; EXCUSED: None.

Bill 19: Amends Chapter 24, Article 10, Division 5, of the Hawai’i County Code 1983 (2016 Edition, as Amended), Relating to Parking.  Amends Schedule 29 (Parking prohibited during certain hours on certain streets; tow-away zone), Subsection (c), South Hilo, by repealing existing provisions for portions of Derby Lane and Wilson Street. AYES: Council Members Chung, David, Eoff, Kanuha, Lee Loy, O’Hara, Richards, Ruggles, and Chair Poindexter - 9; NOES: None; ABSENT: None; EXCUSED: None.

Bill 24: Amends Ordinance No. 16-72, as Amended, the Operating Budget for the County of Hawai’i for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2017.  Appropriates revenues in the Federal - 2017 Block Grant account ($2.5 million) and Block Grant - Program Income account ($100,000); and appropriates the same to the Hilo Adult Day Care - Construction ($800,000); Residential Repair Program ($354,645); Kula’imano Elderly Renovations ($670,355); Food Basket - Emergency Food Transport - Acquisition ($200,000); Boys & Girls Club Facility Improvements - Fencing ($125,000); and Administration, Planning & Fair Housing ($450,000) accounts. AYES: Council Members Chung, David, Eoff, Kanuha, Lee Loy, O’Hara, Richards, Ruggles, and Chair Poindexter - 9; NOES:  None; ABSENT: None; EXCUSED: None.

Bill 25 (Draft 2): Authorizes the Issuance of General Obligation Bonds of the County of Hawai’i in a Principal Amount Not to Exceed $4,105,000 for the Purpose of Funding a Portion of the Costs of a Water Department Project Referred to as the Papa’ikou Transite & G. I. (Galvanized Iron) Pipeline Replacement; Fixes the Form, Denominations, and Certain Other Details of Such Bonds and Provides for the Sale Thereof; and Authorizes the Taking of Other Actions Relating to the Issuance and Sale of the Bonds.  Authorizes the issuance of up to $4,105,000 in general obligation bonds, as requested by the Department of Water Supply, to replace undersized and aging asbestos cement and galvanized waterlines.  AYES: Council Members Chung, David, Kanuha, Lee Loy, O’Hara, Poindexter, Richards, Ruggles, and Acting Chair Eoff - 9; NOES: None; ABSENT: None; EXCUSED:  None.

  Stewart Maeda
  COUNTY CLERK

Hawai’i County is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer.

(WHT982411   4/15/17)~


Bill Nos. 18, 19, 24, and 25 (Draft 2)

I hereby certify that the following Bills passed first reading at the meeting of the Hawai’i County Council on April 5, 2017, by vote as listed below:

Bill 18: Amends Chapter 24, Article 10, Division 5, of the Hawai’i County Code 1983 (2016 Edition, as Amended), Relating to Parking.  Amends Schedule 28 (No parking at anytime), Subsection (c), South Hilo, by repealing an existing provision for a portion of Holomua Street. AYES: Council Members Chung, David, Eoff, Kanuha, Lee Loy, O’Hara, Richards, Ruggles, and Chair Poindexter - 9; NOES: None; ABSENT: None; EXCUSED: None.

Bill 19: Amends Chapter 24, Article 10, Division 5, of the Hawai’i County Code 1983 (2016 Edition, as Amended), Relating to Parking.  Amends Schedule 29 (Parking prohibited during certain hours on certain streets; tow-away zone), Subsection (c), South Hilo, by repealing existing provisions for portions of Derby Lane and Wilson Street. AYES: Council Members Chung, David, Eoff, Kanuha, Lee Loy, O’Hara, Richards, Ruggles, and Chair Poindexter - 9; NOES: None; ABSENT: None; EXCUSED: None.

Bill 24: Amends Ordinance No. 16-72, as Amended, the Operating Budget for the County of Hawai’i for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2017.  Appropriates revenues in the Federal - 2017 Block Grant account ($2.5 million) and Block Grant - Program Income account ($100,000); and appropriates the same to the Hilo Adult Day Care - Construction ($800,000); Residential Repair Program ($354,645); Kula’imano Elderly Renovations ($670,355); Food Basket - Emergency Food Transport - Acquisition ($200,000); Boys & Girls Club Facility Improvements - Fencing ($125,000); and Administration, Planning & Fair Housing ($450,000) accounts. AYES: Council Members Chung, David, Eoff, Kanuha, Lee Loy, O’Hara, Richards, Ruggles, and Chair Poindexter - 9; NOES:  None; ABSENT: None; EXCUSED: None.

Bill 25 (Draft 2): Authorizes the Issuance of General Obligation Bonds of the County of Hawai’i in a Principal Amount Not to Exceed $4,105,000 for the Purpose of Funding a Portion of the Costs of a Water Department Project Referred to as the Papa’ikou Transite & G. I. (Galvanized Iron) Pipeline Replacement; Fixes the Form, Denominations, and Certain Other Details of Such Bonds and Provides for the Sale Thereof; and Authorizes the Taking of Other Actions Relating to the Issuance and Sale of the Bonds.  Authorizes the issuance of up to $4,105,000 in general obligation bonds, as requested by the Department of Water Supply, to replace undersized and aging asbestos cement and galvanized waterlines.  AYES: Council Members Chung, David, Kanuha, Lee Loy, O’Hara, Poindexter, Richards, Ruggles, and Acting Chair Eoff - 9; NOES: None; ABSENT: None; EXCUSED:  None.

  Stewart Maeda
  COUNTY CLERK

Hawai’i County is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer.

(HTH982169   4/15/17)~


NOTICE OF INTENT TO FILE A LAND USE DISTRICT
BOUNDARY AMENDMENT PETITION

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Petitioner, COUNTY OF KAUAI ("County") through its Housing Agency, a political subdivision of the State of Hawaii by and through its legal counsel, THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY ATTORNEY OF THE COUNTY OF KAUAI and its’ special legal counsel, MCCORRISTON MILLER MUKAI MACKINNON, a limited liability law partnership LLP, intends to file a Land Use District Boundary Amendment Petition with the Land Use Commission of the State of Hawaii on June 13, 2017 as provided for in Sections 205-4 and 201H-38, Hawaii Revised Statutes, as amended, and Section 15-15-97(b) of the Hawaii Administrative Rules, Title 15, Subtitle 3, Chapter 15, Subchapter 13, as amended. The County shall hereinafter be referred to as "Petitioner."

PETITIONER

County of Kauai, Housing Agency
4444 Rice Street, Suite 330
Lihue, Hawaii 96766

PETITIONER’S PROPERTY INTEREST

The subject property is owned in fee by Petitioner.

PROPOSED RECLASSIFICATION

To reclassify the subject property from the State Land Use Agricultural District to the State Land Use Urban District.

TAX MAP KEY NO.

(4) 2-1-001:054

ACREAGE

The subject property consists of approximately 75 acres.

LOCATION

Eleele, Kauai, Hawaii

EXISTING LAND USE

The subject property is currently used for agriculture and is bound by agricultural lands to the north and east, Halewili Road to the south, and contiguous to State Land Use Urban District land along a portion of its western boundary with Kaumualii Highway to the west.  The property consists of approximately 75 acres located in Eleele, Kauai, Hawaii with a downward slope in the makai direction from north to south from 275 to 175 feet above mean sea level.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Petitioner proposes residential development on the property, to utilize the density for up to 550 residential units (single-family and multi-family) to provide needed affordable housing supply for Kauai.  All units will be affordable as defined by Chapter 7A of the Kauai County Code, and offered for sale or rent to households who earn no more than 140% of the Kauai median household income.  The proposed project is also anticipated to include a community park, a water storage tank, bike and pedestrian paths, and landscaped areas.  Petitioner is using the property for the Lima Ola project.  Because all units will be affordable, Lima Ola qualifies as an affordable housing project under Section 201H-38, Hawaii Revised Statutes, as amended.  Petitioner is seeking exemption from State and County land use regulations and is proceeding under the fast tracking procedures provided under HRS §201H-38. 

DATE OF FILING OF PETITION

June 13, 2017

RIGHTS OF INTERESTED PERSONS

All persons who have some interest in the subject property, who lawfully reside on the subject property, or who otherwise can demonstrate that they will be so directly and immediately affected by the proposed change that their interest in the proceeding is clearly distinguishable from that of the general public may submit petitions to intervene to the Land Use Commission up to fifteen (15) days after this Notice of Intent is published, pursuant to Sections 15-15-97(b)(3)  and 15-15-97(e) of the Hawaii Administrative Rules. All other persons who wish to present testimony as a public witness may submit a written request to the Land Use Commission no later than seven (7) days prior to the published hearing date. The Commission will publish the notice of hearing at a later date.

Any questions or requests for additional information may be referred to:



County of Kauai, Housing Agency MCCORRISTON MILLER MUKAI
Attn: Keith Perry MACKINNON
4444 Rice Street, Suite 330 Attention: David L. Minkin, Esq.
Lihue, Hawaii 96766 Five Waterfront Plaza, 4th Floor
  500 Ala Moana Boulevard
  Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

(WHT983717 4/14/17)~


NOTICE OF INTENT TO FILE A LAND USE DISTRICT
BOUNDARY AMENDMENT PETITION

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Petitioner, COUNTY OF KAUAI ("County") through its Housing Agency, a political subdivision of the State of Hawaii by and through its legal counsel, THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY ATTORNEY OF THE COUNTY OF KAUAI and its’ special legal counsel, MCCORRISTON MILLER MUKAI MACKINNON, a limited liability law partnership LLP, intends to file a Land Use District Boundary Amendment Petition with the Land Use Commission of the State of Hawaii on June 13, 2017 as provided for in Sections 205-4 and 201H-38, Hawaii Revised Statutes, as amended, and Section 15-15-97(b) of the Hawaii Administrative Rules, Title 15, Subtitle 3, Chapter 15, Subchapter 13, as amended. The County shall hereinafter be referred to as "Petitioner."

PETITIONER

County of Kauai, Housing Agency
4444 Rice Street, Suite 330
Lihue, Hawaii 96766

PETITIONER’S PROPERTY INTEREST

The subject property is owned in fee by Petitioner.

PROPOSED RECLASSIFICATION

To reclassify the subject property from the State Land Use Agricultural District to the State Land Use Urban District.

TAX MAP KEY NO.

(4) 2-1-001:054

ACREAGE

The subject property consists of approximately 75 acres.

LOCATION

Eleele, Kauai, Hawaii

EXISTING LAND USE

The subject property is currently used for agriculture and is bound by agricultural lands to the north and east, Halewili Road to the south, and contiguous to State Land Use Urban District land along a portion of its western boundary with Kaumualii Highway to the west.  The property consists of approximately 75 acres located in Eleele, Kauai, Hawaii with a downward slope in the makai direction from north to south from 275 to 175 feet above mean sea level.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Petitioner proposes residential development on the property, to utilize the density for up to 550 residential units (single-family and multi-family) to provide needed affordable housing supply for Kauai.  All units will be affordable as defined by Chapter 7A of the Kauai County Code, and offered for sale or rent to households who earn no more than 140% of the Kauai median household income.  The proposed project is also anticipated to include a community park, a water storage tank, bike and pedestrian paths, and landscaped areas.  Petitioner is using the property for the Lima Ola project.  Because all units will be affordable, Lima Ola qualifies as an affordable housing project under Section 201H-38, Hawaii Revised Statutes, as amended.  Petitioner is seeking exemption from State and County land use regulations and is proceeding under the fast tracking procedures provided under HRS §201H-38. 

DATE OF FILING OF PETITION

June 13, 2017

RIGHTS OF INTERESTED PERSONS

All persons who have some interest in the subject property, who lawfully reside on the subject property, or who otherwise can demonstrate that they will be so directly and immediately affected by the proposed change that their interest in the proceeding is clearly distinguishable from that of the general public may submit petitions to intervene to the Land Use Commission up to fifteen (15) days after this Notice of Intent is published, pursuant to Sections 15-15-97(b)(3)  and 15-15-97(e) of the Hawaii Administrative Rules. All other persons who wish to present testimony as a public witness may submit a written request to the Land Use Commission no later than seven (7) days prior to the published hearing date. The Commission will publish the notice of hearing at a later date.

Any questions or requests for additional information may be referred to:



County of Kauai, Housing Agency MCCORRISTON MILLER MUKAI
Attn: Keith Perry MACKINNON
4444 Rice Street, Suite 330 Attention: David L. Minkin, Esq.
Lihue, Hawaii 96766 Five Waterfront Plaza, 4th Floor
  500 Ala Moana Boulevard
  Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

(HTH983711 4/14/17)~


NOTICE OF INTENT TO FILE A LAND USE DISTRICT
BOUNDARY AMENDMENT PETITION

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Petitioner, COUNTY OF KAUAI ("County") through its Housing Agency, a political subdivision of the State of Hawaii by and through its legal counsel, THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY ATTORNEY OF THE COUNTY OF KAUAI and its’ special legal counsel, MCCORRISTON MILLER MUKAI MACKINNON, a limited liability law partnership LLP, intends to file a Land Use District Boundary Amendment Petition with the Land Use Commission of the State of Hawaii on June 13, 2017 as provided for in Sections 205-4 and 201H-38, Hawaii Revised Statutes, as amended, and Section 15-15-97(b) of the Hawaii Administrative Rules, Title 15, Subtitle 3, Chapter 15, Subchapter 13, as amended. The County shall hereinafter be referred to as "Petitioner."

PETITIONER

County of Kauai, Housing Agency
4444 Rice Street, Suite 330
Lihue, Hawaii 96766

PETITIONER’S PROPERTY INTEREST

The subject property is owned in fee by Petitioner.

PROPOSED RECLASSIFICATION

To reclassify the subject property from the State Land Use Agricultural District to the State Land Use Urban District.

TAX MAP KEY NO.

(4) 2-1-001:054

ACREAGE

The subject property consists of approximately 75 acres.

LOCATION

Eleele, Kauai, Hawaii

EXISTING LAND USE

The subject property is currently used for agriculture and is bound by agricultural lands to the north and east, Halewili Road to the south, and contiguous to State Land Use Urban District land along a portion of its western boundary with Kaumualii Highway to the west.  The property consists of approximately 75 acres located in Eleele, Kauai, Hawaii with a downward slope in the makai direction from north to south from 275 to 175 feet above mean sea level.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Petitioner proposes residential development on the property, to utilize the density for up to 550 residential units (single-family and multi-family) to provide needed affordable housing supply for Kauai.  All units will be affordable as defined by Chapter 7A of the Kauai County Code, and offered for sale or rent to households who earn no more than 140% of the Kauai median household income.  The proposed project is also anticipated to include a community park, a water storage tank, bike and pedestrian paths, and landscaped areas.  Petitioner is using the property for the Lima Ola project.  Because all units will be affordable, Lima Ola qualifies as an affordable housing project under Section 201H-38, Hawaii Revised Statutes, as amended.  Petitioner is seeking exemption from State and County land use regulations and is proceeding under the fast tracking procedures provided under HRS §201H-38. 

DATE OF FILING OF PETITION

June 13, 2017

RIGHTS OF INTERESTED PERSONS

All persons who have some interest in the subject property, who lawfully reside on the subject property, or who otherwise can demonstrate that they will be so directly and immediately affected by the proposed change that their interest in the proceeding is clearly distinguishable from that of the general public may submit petitions to intervene to the Land Use Commission up to fifteen (15) days after this Notice of Intent is published, pursuant to Sections 15-15-97(b)(3)  and 15-15-97(e) of the Hawaii Administrative Rules. All other persons who wish to present testimony as a public witness may submit a written request to the Land Use Commission no later than seven (7) days prior to the published hearing date. The Commission will publish the notice of hearing at a later date.

Any questions or requests for additional information may be referred to:



County of Kauai, Housing Agency MCCORRISTON MILLER MUKAI
Attn: Keith Perry MACKINNON
4444 Rice Street, Suite 330 Attention: David L. Minkin, Esq.
Lihue, Hawaii 96766 Five Waterfront Plaza, 4th Floor
  500 Ala Moana Boulevard
  Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

(TGI983273 4/13/17)~


NOTICE OF INTENT TO FILE A LAND USE DISTRICT
BOUNDARY AMENDMENT PETITION

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Petitioner, COUNTY OF KAUAI ("County") through its Housing Agency, a political subdivision of the State of Hawaii by and through its legal counsel, THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY ATTORNEY OF THE COUNTY OF KAUAI and its’ special legal counsel, MCCORRISTON MILLER MUKAI MACKINNON, a limited liability law partnership LLP, intends to file a Land Use District Boundary Amendment Petition with the Land Use Commission of the State of Hawaii on June 13, 2017 as provided for in Sections 205-4 and 201H-38, Hawaii Revised Statutes, as amended, and Section 15-15-97(b) of the Hawaii Administrative Rules, Title 15, Subtitle 3, Chapter 15, Subchapter 13, as amended. The County shall hereinafter be referred to as "Petitioner."

PETITIONER

County of Kauai, Housing Agency
4444 Rice Street, Suite 330
Lihue, Hawaii 96766

PETITIONER’S PROPERTY INTEREST

The subject property is owned in fee by Petitioner.

PROPOSED RECLASSIFICATION

To reclassify the subject property from the State Land Use Agricultural District to the State Land Use Urban District.

TAX MAP KEY NO.

(4) 2-1-001:054

ACREAGE

The subject property consists of approximately 75 acres.

LOCATION

Eleele, Kauai, Hawaii

EXISTING LAND USE

The subject property is currently used for agriculture and is bound by agricultural lands to the north and east, Halewili Road to the south, and contiguous to State Land Use Urban District land along a portion of its western boundary with Kaumualii Highway to the west.  The property consists of approximately 75 acres located in Eleele, Kauai, Hawaii with a downward slope in the makai direction from north to south from 275 to 175 feet above mean sea level.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Petitioner proposes residential development on the property, to utilize the density for up to 550 residential units (single-family and multi-family) to provide needed affordable housing supply for Kauai.  All units will be affordable as defined by Chapter 7A of the Kauai County Code, and offered for sale or rent to households who earn no more than 140% of the Kauai median household income.  The proposed project is also anticipated to include a community park, a water storage tank, bike and pedestrian paths, and landscaped areas.  Petitioner is using the property for the Lima Ola project.  Because all units will be affordable, Lima Ola qualifies as an affordable housing project under Section 201H-38, Hawaii Revised Statutes, as amended.  Petitioner is seeking exemption from State and County land use regulations and is proceeding under the fast tracking procedures provided under HRS §201H-38. 

DATE OF FILING OF PETITION

June 13, 2017

RIGHTS OF INTERESTED PERSONS

All persons who have some interest in the subject property, who lawfully reside on the subject property, or who otherwise can demonstrate that they will be so directly and immediately affected by the proposed change that their interest in the proceeding is clearly distinguishable from that of the general public may submit petitions to intervene to the Land Use Commission up to fifteen (15) days after this Notice of Intent is published, pursuant to Sections 15-15-97(b)(3)  and 15-15-97(e) of the Hawaii Administrative Rules. All other persons who wish to present testimony as a public witness may submit a written request to the Land Use Commission no later than seven (7) days prior to the published hearing date. The Commission will publish the notice of hearing at a later date.

Any questions or requests for additional information may be referred to:



County of Kauai, Housing Agency MCCORRISTON MILLER MUKAI
Attn: Keith Perry MACKINNON
4444 Rice Street, Suite 330 Attention: David L. Minkin, Esq.
Lihue, Hawaii 96766 Five Waterfront Plaza, 4th Floor
  500 Ala Moana Boulevard
  Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

(SA983206   4/13/17)~


NOTICE OF KANEOHE BAY ORMA           PERMIT RENEWALS

Per Hawaii Administrative Rule 13-256-73.10, Notice is hereby given that the following incumbent companies: All Hawaii Cruises, Inc., Club Kona, Dreamer Yacht Charters, Hawaii Bluewater Sailing, Kaneohe Bay Cruises, Kualoa Ranch Hawaii, Inc., Mid Pacific of Hawaii, Morning Star Cruises, Watersports, Inc., and Windward Sea Yacht Charters; may reapply for an Ocean Recreation Management Area Commercial Use Permit in Kaneohe Bay Ocean Waters on May 31, 2017. 

We invite any public comments on the above listing       of incumbent Kaneohe Bay Commercial operators. Any request that a permit not be issued must be accompanied by factual supporting documentation showing the incumbent permittee’s failure to meet permit issuance requirements for Hawaii Administrative Rules Chapter 256.

Please submit all comments to the Department of Land and Natural Resources, Division of Boating and Ocean Recreation, 4 Sand Island Access Road, Honolulu, Hawaii, 96819, no later than 4:00 p.m. on May 1, 2017.

 
Suzanne D. Case
Chairperson
Department of Land and Natural Resources

(SA981827   4/11/17)~


KAUAI

NOTICE TO INTERESTED PERSONS

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO interested persons that the applications listed below have been filed with the HAWAII PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION.  The applications are available for public inspection during regular business hours at the Commission’s office located at 465 South King Street, Room 103, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, and through the Commission’s electronic Document Management System, accessible at the following website address: http://dms.puc.hawaii.gov/dms/.
Anyone who intends to intervene or participate in the docket shall comply with Subchapter 4 of Chapter 6-61 of the Hawaii Administrative Rules, Rules of Practice and Procedure before the Public Utilities Commission.  Motions to intervene or participate shall be filed at the Commission’s office located at 465 South King Street, Room 103, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, NOT LATER THAN 20 DAYS AFTER THE PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE (by APRIL 27, 2017).

NEW APPLICATION(S) - MOTOR CARRIERS

DOCKET NO. 2017-0063—KEKO ADVENTURE TOURS LLC
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 8-TO-25 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION ON THE ISLAND OF KAUAI, FILED ON MARCH 20, 2017.

DOCKET NO. 2017-0070—PERSONALIZED HAWAII VACATIONS LLP, DBA PERSONALIZED HAWAII VACATIONS
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 1-TO-7 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION ON THE ISLANDS OF KAUAI, OAHU, MAUI, LANAI, MOLOKAI, AND HAWAII, FILED ON MARCH 29, 2017.

NEW APPLICATION(S) - UTILITIES

DOCKET NO. 2017-0047—LEGACY LONG DISTANCE INTERNATIONAL, INC.
APPLICATION FOR A CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY, FILED ON MARCH 1, 2017.

  /s/ RANDY IWASE, CHAIR

(TGI980936     4/7/17)~


KONA

NOTICE TO INTERESTED PERSONS

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO interested persons that the applications listed below have been filed with the HAWAII PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION.  The applications are available for public inspection during regular business hours at the Commission’s Honolulu office located at 465 South King Street, Room 103, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, and through the Commission’s electronic Document Management System, accessible at the following website address: http://dms.puc.hawaii.gov/dms/.
Anyone who intends to intervene or participate in any of the dockets shall comply with Subchapter 4 of Chapter 6-61 of the Hawaii Administrative Rules, Rules of Practice and Procedure before the Public Utilities Commission.  Motions to intervene or participate shall be filed at the Commission’s office located at 465 South King Street, Room 103, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, NOT LATER THAN 20 DAYS AFTER THE PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE (by APRIL 27, 2017).

NEW APPLICATION(S) - MOTOR CARRIERS

DOCKET NO. 2017-0056—AT&H, LLC
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE DUMP TRUCK CLASSIFICATION ON THE ISLAND OF HAWAII, FILED ON MARCH 9, 2017.

DOCKET NO. 2017-0057—INDIAN TREE RANCH AND RENTALS, LLC
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE GENERAL COMMODITIES AND DUMP TRUCK CLASSIFICATIONS ON THE ISLAND OF HAWAII, FILED ON MARCH 13, 2017.

DOCKET NO. 2017-0062—MICHELE A. LOPEZ, DBA ACTIVE LAVA HAWAIIAN TOURS
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 8-TO-25 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION ON THE ISLAND OF HAWAII, FILED ON MARCH 20, 2017.

DOCKET NO. 2017-0070—PERSONALIZED HAWAII VACATIONS LLP, DBA PERSONALIZED HAWAII VACATIONS
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 1-TO-7 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION ON THE ISLANDS OF KAUAI, OAHU, MAUI, LANAI, MOLOKAI, AND HAWAII, FILED ON MARCH 29, 2017.

NEW APPLICATION(S) - UTILITIES

DOCKET NO. 2017-0047—LEGACY LONG DISTANCE INTERNATIONAL, INC.
APPLICATION FOR A CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY, FILED ON MARCH 1, 2017.

  /s/ RANDY IWASE, CHAIR

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HILO

NOTICE TO INTERESTED PERSONS

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO interested persons that the applications listed below have been filed with the HAWAII PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION. The applications are available for public inspection during regular business hours at the Commission’s Honolulu office located at 465 South King Street, Room 103, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, and through the Commission’s electronic Document Management System, accessible at the following website address: http://dms.puc.hawaii.gov/dms/.
Anyone who intends to intervene or participate in any of the dockets shall comply with Subchapter 4 of Chapter 6-61 of the Hawaii Administrative Rules, Rules of Practice and Procedure before the Public Utilities Commission. Motions to intervene or participate shall be filed at the Commission’s office located at 465 South King Street, Room 103, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, NOT LATER THAN 20 DAYS AFTER THE PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE (by APRIL 27, 2017).

NEW APPLICATION(S) - MOTOR CARRIERS

DOCKET NO. 2017-0056—AT&H, LLC
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE DUMP TRUCK CLASSIFICATION ON THE ISLAND OF HAWAII, FILED ON MARCH 9, 2017.

DOCKET NO. 2017-0057—INDIAN TREE RANCH AND RENTALS, LLC
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE GENERAL COMMODITIES AND DUMP TRUCK CLASSIFICATIONS ON THE ISLAND OF HAWAII, FILED ON MARCH 13, 2017.

DOCKET NO. 2017-0062—MICHELE A. LOPEZ, DBA ACTIVE LAVA HAWAIIAN TOURS
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 8-TO-25 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION ON THE ISLAND OF HAWAII, FILED ON MARCH 20, 2017.

DOCKET NO. 2017-0070—PERSONALIZED HAWAII VACATIONS LLP, DBA PERSONALIZED HAWAII VACATIONS
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 1-TO-7 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION ON THE ISLANDS OF KAUAI, OAHU, MAUI, LANAI, MOLOKAI, AND HAWAII, FILED ON MARCH 29, 2017.

NEW APPLICATION(S) - UTILITIES

DOCKET NO. 2017-0047—LEGACY LONG DISTANCE INTERNATIONAL, INC.
APPLICATION FOR A CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY, FILED ON MARCH 1, 2017.

  /s/ RANDY IWASE, CHAIR

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OAHU

NOTICE TO INTERESTED PERSONS

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO interested persons that the applications listed below have been filed with the HAWAII PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION. The applications are available for public inspection during regular business hours at the Commission’s office located at 465 South King Street, Room 103, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, and through the Commission’s electronic Document Management System, accessible at the following website address: http://dms.puc.hawaii.gov/dms/.
Anyone who intends to intervene or participate in any of the dockets shall comply with Subchapter 4 of Chapter 6-61 of the Hawaii Administrative Rules, Rules of Practice and Procedure before the Public Utilities Commission.  Motions to intervene or participate shall be filed at the Commission’s office located at 465 South King Street, Room 103, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, NOT LATER THAN 20 DAYS AFTER THE PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE (by APRIL 27, 2017).

NEW APPLICATION(S) - MOTOR CARRIERS

DOCKET NO. 2017-0046—SHINJI ZAHA, DBA RED CARPET LIMOUSINE
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 1-TO-7 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON MARCH 1, 2017.

DOCKET NO. 2017-0048—NEPHI A YOUNG, DBA KAMALANI SERVICES
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE DUMP TRUCK CLASSIFICATION ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON MARCH 2, 2017.

DOCKET NO. 2017-0049—SUZETTE RAMELB TALAEAI, DBA ON THE ROCK SHUTTLE SERVICE & TOURS
APPLICATION TO TRANSFER CERTIFICATE NO. 945-C (8-TO-25 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION ON OAHU) TO ON THE ROCK SHUTTLE SERVICE & TOURS, LLC, FILED ON MARCH 3, 2017.

DOCKET NO. 2017-0052—NOBLE ONE 808 LLC, DBA NOBLE TRANSPORT
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 1-TO-7 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON MARCH 7, 2017.

DOCKET NO. 2017-0053—KANLAYANI OSHIRO
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 1-TO-7 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON MARCH 8, 2017.

DOCKET NO. 2017-0058—SIRIUS HAWAII TOURS LLC
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 1-TO-7 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON MARCH 15, 2017.

DOCKET NO. 2017-0060—HELE HELE TRANSPORTATION INC., DBA HELE HELE SHUTTLE
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 1-TO-7 AND 8-TO-25 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATIONS ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON MARCH 16, 2017.

DOCKET NO. 2017-0061—PAPAYA TOUR LLC
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 1-TO-7 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON MARCH 20, 2017.

DOCKET NO. 2017-0065—LAGOON KAYAKING LLC
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 1-TO-7 AND 8-TO-25 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATIONS ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON MARCH 22, 2017.

DOCKET NO. 2017-0066—PACIFIC CAR SERVICE, LLC
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 1-TO-7 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU FILED ON MARCH 22, 2017.

DOCKET NO. 2017-0069—GOLIATH INTERNATIONAL, INC., DBA ALOHAWAYS
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 1-TO-7 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON MARCH 24, 2017.

DOCKET NO. 2017-0070—PERSONALIZED HAWAII VACATIONS LLP, DBA PERSONALIZED HAWAII VACATIONS
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 1-TO-7 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION ON THE ISLANDS OF KAUAI, OAHU, MAUI, LANAI, MOLOKAI, AND HAWAII, FILED ON MARCH 29, 2017.

NEW APPLICATION(S) - UTILITIES

DOCKET NO. 2017-0047—LEGACY LONG DISTANCE INTERNATIONAL, INC.
APPLICATION FOR A CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY, FILED ON MARCH 1, 2017.

  /s/ RANDY IWASE, CHAIR

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CITY & COUNTY OF HONOLULU
DEPARTMENT OF CUSTOMER SERVICES
PUBLIC AUCTION OF ABANDONED & UNCLAIMED VEHICLES

Notice is hereby given that the following listed vehicles, after being towed and unclaimed pursuant to Chapter 290-1, Hawaii Revised Statutes, and/or pursuant to Section 1513.10, Revised Ordinances of Honolulu, will be either sold by auction as is, disposed of, sold as junk, or will be donated to a governmental agency at the scheduled hour of auction. There will be a minimum bid of Fifty dollars ($50.00) for each vehicle sold at auction. Vehicles may be inspected within 5 calendar days prior to the day of auction by appointment with the tow company. Vehicles will be sold as is and where is by online internet bidding using the City’s Vendor Self Service system (VSS). Online bidding for law enforcement towed vehicles will begin on APRIL 11, 2017 8:00 am. Bidding for abandoned vehicles will begin on APRIL 12, 2017 8:00 am.  All auctions will begin closing at 10 am each respective day. Refer to bid page for details. Interested bidders can register online at https://www5.honolulu.gov/webapp/VSSPSRV1/ AltSelfService.  For assistance with VSS, contact our VSS Help Desk at (808)768-5535. The awarded buyer shall pay to the City and County of Honolulu their highest bid price per vehicle incurred at the close of the online bidding. Failure to pay all expenses will be cause for disqualification, penalty and suspension from participating in the online auctions. Payment, in the exact amount, shall be by cash, certified check, money order, or cashier’s check from a local bank, credit union or financial institution, made payable to CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU and preprinted by the issuing institution. Awarded buyers must make payment at Budget and Fiscal Services Purchasing Division, Room 115, 530 South King Street (City Hall) the day after the online auction closes. Payments shall be received no later than 2:00 pm. The awarded buyer shall pay all towing, storage, and any other expenses to the tow contractor when claiming the auctioned vehicle. Transfer of ownership or transfer of ownership with storage of vehicle must be recorded within thirty (30) days of auction or a penalty transfer fee of ($60.00) Sixty dollars shall be charged.

For information and appointments to view vehicles call the tow contractor(s).
APRIL 11, 2017 0900 -  ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D1),  820 ISENBERG ST,  HONOLULU,  808-682-0770:  CHEV HAR587 BLK 97 PKUP, FORD RNU012 BLU 01 MPVH, GMC() VIN#1GKEC13ZX4R143136 GLD 04 MPVH,  HONDA GRD728 GRN 97 4DSD, HONDA SDB385 RED 96 2DCP, HONDA() VIN#1HGCB765XPA168110 BLK 05 4DSD, LEXUS JXP726 SIL 02 4DSD, LEXUS RFB773 BLK 97 4DSD, MBENZ PPD808 RED 03 2DSD, NISSAN JGN931 GRY 00 4DSD, NISSAN MKK613 WHT 03 4DSD, PLYM GZD363 MAR 99 2DSW, SATURN JPY819 SIL 01 4DSD, TOYOTA GJT255 GRY 97 4DSD, TOYOTA() VIN#JT2SK12E0S0304149 GRN 95 4DSD, TOYOTA SJC197 TAN 99 4D-SLVG, VW HHZ634 SIL 03 4DSD

APRIL 11, 2017 0900 -  ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D1),  1040 MAKEPONO ST,  HONOLULU,  808-682-0770: HONDA SWF133 GRY 98 4DSD, HYUN RVR038 GRY 01 MPVH, NISSAN GSC381 WHT 97 4DSD, TOYOTA NFY016 BLK 91 2DSD

APRIL 11, 2017 0900 -  ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D2),  410 OLIVE AVE,  WAHIAWA,  808-682-0770:  BMW GCE546 GRN 95 2D-SLVG, CHEV PTV512 SIL 05 MPVH, DODGE() VIN#2D4FV48TX5H617770 GRN 05 MPVH, DODGE PVX005 SIL 90 PKUP, FORD HFJ027 BLK 99 MPVH, FORD KAU652 GRN 05 PKUP, FORD PYR813 BLK 03 MPVH, FORD() VIN#1FMPU16L31LA35833 BLU 01 4DSW, FORD STN459 RED 98 MPVH, FORD STX207 WHT 88 PKUP, FORD SVV853 WHT 04 VAN, HONDA GCE194 GLD 95 4DSD, HONDA GCR095 GLD 95 2DSD, HONDA RYG222 BRN 02 2D-SLVG, KIA SZX158 GRY 17 MPVH, MAZDA FXT547 GLD 95 4DSD, MAZDA RPZ439 WHT 97 4DSD, MAZDA RVR347 GLD 02 4DSD, NISSAN GJV972 GLD 97 4DSD, NISSAN GNR765 BLU 97 PVAN, NISSAN PGN895 SIL 04 4DSD, NISSAN RFE583 BLU 98 4DSD, NISSAN RRG154 GLD 91 4DSD, NISSAN RZV959 GLD 95 4DSD, SATURN JRT565 BLK 01 4DSD, SUBARU JBP220 GRN 00 MPVH, SUBARU JXV317 GRN 01 4DSW, TOYOTA 043TRX WHT 05 PKUP, TOYOTA EWE378 WHT 93 4DSW, TOYOTA EYF815 TAN 93 4DSD, TOYOTA JCY612 BLU 99 4DSD, TOYOTA MAN099 BLK 95 4DSW, TOYOTA RFS994 BLU 02 4DSD, TOYOTA SBZ292 GLD 94 4D-SLVG, VW SJW249 GRN 97 4DSD, VOLVO JPJ671 GRN 01 4DSW

APRIL 11, 2017 0900 -  ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D3),  91-229 KOMOHANA ST,  KAPOLEI,  808-682-0770:  ACURA FZT516 BRN 88 4DSD, ACURA RPU528 WHT 96 4D-SLVG, ACURA() VIN#JH4DC444XSS014541 BLK 95 2DSD, ACURA SYW661 WHT 95 2DSD, CHEV() VIN#2GCEK19R4V1121049 GRN 97 PKUP, CHEV PGA635 SIL 06 MPVH, CHEV RBC052 GRN 98 PKUP, CHRYS() VIN#2C4GP45B5VR327499 WHT 97 2DSW, DODGE JZA288 BRN 96 2DSW, DODGE() VIN#1B3EL56T14N193572 GLD 04 4DSD, DODGE NPB795 WHT 04 PKUP, DODGE PXF498 RED 98 PVAN, DODGE RJS473 WHT 96 MPVH, DODGE RJY805 WHT 98 PKUP, DODGE RYZ985 WHT 04 4DSD, DODGE VNZ552 BLK 00 PKUP, FORD JZX295 BLU 03 4DSD, FORD RNW513 BLK 98 MPVH, FORD RTF157 WHT 96 PVAN, FORD RXN797 BLU 98 2DCV, FORD SCB717 RED 05 4DSD, FORD SFZ685 TAN 03 4DSD, FORD SSS485 WHT 15 MPVH, FORD SZT292 WHT 06 4DSD, FORD TBA677 GRY 05 4D-SLVG, HONDA() VIN#JHMED6344KS000570 BLK 89 2DSD, HONDA EZW945 WHT 93 4DSD, HONDA() VIN#1HGEJ1253PL034168 PUR 93 2DSD, HONDA() VIN#1HGES16334L005125 SIL 04 4DSD, HONDA NNN237 BLK 03 MPVH, HONDA NWU535 GRY 94 4DSD, HONDA RDY577 SIL 98 4DSD, HONDA() VIN#2HGEJ8547WH608052 BLK 98 4DSD, HONDA SVN369 WHT 01 4DSD, HONDA() VIN#1HGEJ122XSL008603 RED 95 2DSD, HONDA SVX051 RED 95 4DSD, HYUN RPF112 GRY 06 4DSD, JEEP NPC313 SIL 04 MPVH, JEEP VC3052 SIL 05 MPVH, KAWA 333XGW BLK 99 PCMC, KAWA() VIN#JKAEXMF106DA21616 BLU 06 PCMC, LEXUS GYV498 GLD 99 4DSD, LEXUS SJC213 GRY 95 4D-SLVG, MBENZ RWN380 GRY 08 MPVH, MERC RDC833 GLD 03 MPVH, MITSUB BZ955 WHT 95 2DSD, MITSUB PFP344 GRY 06 4DSD, NISSAN GCU681 WHT 87 PKUP, NISSAN JYS439 SIL 99 4DSD, NISSAN NRU913 WHT 93 4DSD, NISSAN SSF964 SIL 01 PKUP, OLDS SDP428 BLU 84 4DSD, PORS BFL513(IA) SIL 01 2DSD, SUZUKI RPR338 WHT 01 MPVH, TOYOTA GES361 MAR 95 4DSD, TOYOTA GNX079 WHT 97 4DSD, TOYOTA JPP099 WHT 94 4DSD, TOYOTA PBA449 WHT 05 PVAN,  TOYOTA SRJ903 WHT 93 4DSD, VW SRU913 GRY 02 4DSD, VOLVO JYJ750 GRY 02 4DSD

APRIL 11, 2017 0900 -  ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D4),  672 BANNISTER ST,  HONOLULU,  808-682-0770:  ACURA GTU911 SIL 98 4DSD, ACURA SBU287 GRY 91 2DSD, ACURA SCC290 WHT 92 4DSD, ACURA SYD136 BLK 96 2DSD, BUICK RVR673 WHT 02 4DSD, CHEV KZX424 WHT 97 VAN, CHEV RCT468 WHT 97 VAN, CHEV RYV337 BLK 06 PKUP, CHEV SGU182 WHT 14 PKUP, CHEV VC6555 BLK 05 MPVH, CHRYS NZJ476 SIL 06 2DSW, DODGE GSU360 GRY 98 PKUP, DODGE JDZ118 SIL 00 MPVH, FORD NXP734 WHT 05 PKUP, FORD STP455 GRY 02 4DSD, HONDA 320XFC BLK 96 PCMC, HONDA GVJ921 GRN 90 4DSD, HONDA GXG566 WHT 99 2DSD, HONDA NGG724 SIL 04 MPVH-SLVG, HONDA PDX098 WHT 93 2DSD, HONDA PFT564 BLK 95 2DSD, HONDA RRD674 GLD 96 4DSD, HONDA RYA742 BLK 98 4DSD, ISUZU GGC546 WHT 96 MPVH, ISUZU PNG668 BLK 95 MPVH, JEEP() VIN#1J4GR48K76C277313 WHT 06 MPVH, JEEP PYV434 BLU 04 MPVH, LEXUS FGB794 BLK 90 4DSD, MAZDA JFV596 WHT 00 PKUP, MBENZ PDX871 WHT 02 4DSD, MITSUB CY507 WHT 01 4D-SLVG, NISSAN EGU214 GRY 91 PKUP, NISSAN PJG116 WHT 98 PKUP-SLVG, PLYM() VIN#1P4GP44R7VB213321 WHT 97 PVAN, SCION SXC296 SIL 06 2D-SLVG, TOYOTA GXD261 GRY 98 4DSD, TOYOTA JTB176 SIL 02 4DSD, TOYOTA NGY845 WHT 04 4DSD, TOYOTA SPS535 BLU 97 4DSD, VW RXG697 BLK 99 4DSD

APRIL 11, 2017 0900 -  ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D5),  1040 MAKEPONO ST,  HONOLULU,  808-682-0770:  ACURA FDV414 GRY 94 2DSD, ACURA NFU794 SIL 04 4DSD, ACURA SVX060 GRY 00 4DSD, AUDI PTW753 BLK 07 4DSD, BMW FJD461 BLU 85 4DSD, BMW MZAMBG SIL 89 4DSD, BMW PYX704 WHT 99 4DSD, BUICK NJF330 GLD 04 MPVH, CHEV PJF728 BLU 07 4DSD, CHEV PPJ746 WHT 03 4DSD, CHEV PVJ979 SIL 06 PVAN, CHEV() VIN#2G1WW12M2S9123573 GRY 95 2DSD, CHEV RCA365 TAN 96 PKUP, CHEV RRG886 RED 06 4DSD, CHEV SNA583 GRN 04 4DSD, CHEV SVP870 WHT 91 PKUP, DAE SDR810 BLK 01 2DSD, DODGE AB920 BLK 98 MPVH, DODGE 448TSX WHT 01 PKUP, DODGE HZC683 GRN 99 2DSW, DODGE JWV315 MAR 02 MPVH, DODGE RRC296 MAR 06 PVAN, DODGE RYA178 WHT 05 PVAN, FORD 106TRZ WHT 98 VAN, FORD 198TPZ WHT 02 VAN, FORD GDV494 WHT 95 PVAN, FORD JGG535 SIL 00 4DSD, FORD JXB220 BLU 02 MPVH, FORD() VIN#1FMFU15575LA49528 WHT 05 MPVH, FORD PDP427 TAN 07 4DSD, FORD PTP773 BLU 99 MPVH, FORD SCS313 SIL 07 MPVH, FORD() VIN#1FMCU03135DA04559 SIL 05 MPVH-SLVG, GEO SXV200 MAR 97 4DSD, GMC GGC114 BLK 96 PKUP, HONDA DG688 WHT 01 PVAN, HONDA 985MVL BLU 03 PCMC, HONDA FED274 GLD 94 4DSD, HONDA GJZ730 SIL 96 4DSD, HONDA JDU004 WHT 00 MPVH, HONDA JFC654 GRN 00 PVAN, HONDA JJR176 SIL 01 4DSD, HONDA JPD054 SIL 99 2D-SLVG, HONDA JSZ788 BLK 01 4DSD, HONDA LAH692 BLK 00 4DSD, HONDA NJJ597 RED 04 PVAN, HONDA NJJ639 SIL 04 PVAN, HONDA NZR001 BLK 00 4DSD, HONDA PBY761 WHT 06 4DSD, HONDA RJY032 SIL 00 4DSD, HONDA RVB194 WHT 99 4DSD, HONDA RXC741 GRY 08 4DSD, HYUN JZA083 GLD 03 4DSD, HYUN RBW525 BLU 04 4DSD, HYUN RYA483 SIL 03 4DSD, INFINI GNW255 GRN 97 4DSD, INFINI JPW726 BLU 93 4DSD, ISUZU JSS161 SIL 01 MPVH, JAG SFR102 BLK 99 4DSD, JEEP SDU197 GRY 96 MPVH, MAZDA JGP681 BLK 98 4DSD, MAZDA MNY240 GRY 06 4DSD, MAZDA PXC879 BLU 88 PKUP, MAZDA SNN429 BLK 15 4DSD, MAZDA SSE315 WHT 91 2DCV, MAZDA STP488 SIL 00 PVAN, MBENZ RZV826 BRN 87 4DSD, MBENZ SYP685 SIL 00 4DSD, NISSAN BT898 GRN 96 4DSD, NISSAN BZ454 GRY 99 4DSD, NISSAN GCS706 BLK 95 2DSD, NISSAN() VIN#5N1BV28U27N115480 GRY 07 4DSW, NISSAN HZH638 WHT 00 4DSD, NISSAN NJX269 SIL 04 MPVH, NISSAN RJG543 SIL 00 MPVH, NISSAN STR515 BLU 15 4DSD, OLDS JFR373 BLU 86 2DSD, SATURN SGG816 GRY 99 2DSD, SUZUKI DY053 WHT 02 MPVH, TOYOTA DT652 SIL 95 4DSD, TOYOTA EDU399 GRY 91 4DSD, TOYOTA FVU682 BLU 94 4DSD, TOYOTA() VIN#JT2GK12E4S0119785 WHT 95 4DSD, TOYOTA GXX891 GRY 99 4DSD, TOYOTA GZW348 WHT 97 4D-SLVG, TOYOTA JTZ366 GRN 98 4DSD, TOYOTA JVU724 SIL 02 4DSD, TOYOTA NPA779 WHT 04 4DSD, TOYOTA NTB207 TAN 93 4DSD, TOYOTA PJZ128 SIL 02 MPVH, TOYOTA PXJ957 TAN 09 4DSD, TOYOTA SPC917 BLU 94 MPVH-SLVG, TOYOTA() VIN#1NXBR12E51Z527082 BLU 01 4DSD, TOYOTA SWG394 GLD 02 4DSD, TOYOTA SYB368 SIL 05 MPVH-SLVG, VW EC704 SIL 03 4DSW, VOLVO PBE748 SIL 99 4DSD, VOLVO SXV502 GLD 01 4DSW

APRIL 11, 2017 0900 -  ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D6),  820 ISENBERG ST,  HONOLULU,  808-682-0770:  BUICK MJZ836 TAN 99 4DSD, DODGE SYV441 BLU 00 2DSW-SLVG, HONDA PGA952 SIL 07 4DSD, HONDA SSP345 TAN 97 4D-SLVG, JEEP JTF718 GRY 99 MPVH, MAZDA RFZ835 RED 10 4DSD, MBENZ JCS222 BLK 00 4DSD, SATURN PYB195 BLU 94 4DSD, TOYOTA FCY157 GRN 93 4DSD, TOYOTA NRS172 BLU 99 4DSD, VW NGT099 BLU 04 2DCV

APRIL 11, 2017 0900 -  ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D7),  820 ISENBERG ST,  HONOLULU,  808-682-0770:  CADI PYE141 BLU 02 4DSD, CHEV FFD725 BLK 90 MPVH, DODGE HYF305 SIL 90 PKUP, DODGE NVB637 RED 05 2DSW, DODGE() VIN#1D4GP25B35B220263 RED 05 2DSW, FORD 919TSR WHT 07 PKUP, FORD RJF317 WHT 01 PKUP-SLVG, HONDA 849XNE ORG 05 PCMC, HONDA MHW380 BLK 02 2DSD, HONDA RJN849 BLK 99 4D-SLVG, INFINI SXC095 GRY 00 4D-SLVG, ISUZU STV463 WHT 95 MPVH, JEEP GZJ231 GRN 99 MPVH, JEEP SBS130 RED 12 MPVH, LEXUS RBW959 WHT 94 4DSD, LINC RPW290 BLU 97 4DSD, MAZDA JGJ507 WHT 00 PVAN, MAZDA RSG116 GRY 12 4DSD, MBENZ PWT034 GLD 93 4DSD, MBENZ SDB944 SIL 99 4DSD, NISSAN GVY249 GRY 98 4DSD, NISSAN JBY731 WHT 98 MPVH, NISSAN PTE239 SIL 04 PVAN, NISSAN PTT685 BLU 08 4DSD, NISSAN SJF646 SIL 14 4DSD, OLDS SDC257 RED 02 PVAN, SAAB RFP726 BLK 03 4DSD, TOYOTA GXV199 WHT 99 4DSD, TOYOTA NPJ196 SIL 98 MPVH-SLVG, TOYOTA TBG121 GRN 97 4DSD

APRIL 11, 2017 0900 -  ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D8),  91-222 OLAI ST,  HONOLULU,  808-682-0770:  ACURA PGG909 GRY 91 2DSD, ACURA RVJ299 BLK 92 2DSD, BMW DR580 BLK 02 MPVH, BMW RVD574 BLK 01 4DSD, BUICK JDB432 BRN 00 4DSD, CHEV NSV487 BLK 00 MPVH, CHEV RXT081 RED 97 2D-SLVG, CHEV() VIN#1GNDT13W8YK135359 WHT 00 MPVH, CHRYS GPB990 GRN 97 4DSW, CHRYS PTN504 PUR 05 2DCV, CHRYS RPY738 WHT 07 4DSD, CHRYS RSU976 BLU 04 4DSD, DODGE NVZ417 BLU 05 2DSW, DODGE RCU732 RED 07 4DSW, DODGE RGC222 BLK 04 MPVH, FORD AS004 YEL 81 PKUP, FORD GSA709 WHT 98 4DSD, FORD PVE484 RED 01 MPVH, FORD SRV512 WHT 03 4D-SLVG, GMC GPT584 WHT 97 MPVH, GMC SWF737 WHT 89 VAN, HONDA() VIN#1HGEJ6673XL010543 SIL 99 4D-SLVG, HONDA() VIN#1HGCD7261VA026993 BLU 97 2DSD, HONDA GWR011 TAN 92 4DSD, HONDA JDU455 TAN 00 4DSD, HONDA NRS223 BRN 92 4DSD, HONDA PPD613 WHT 95 MPVH, HONDA RGS416 WHT 96 2DSD, HONDA() VIN#JHMEG8648SS044523 GRY 95 4DSD, HONDA SGV363 SIL 91 4DSD, HONDA SNP489 GRY 02 4DSD, HONDA SPS046 WHT 98 2DSD, HONDA SPS517 GLD 94 4DSD, ISUZU DN704 MAR 93 MPVH, JEEP JST447 WHT 99 MPVH, LINC RYB888 BLK 05 MPVH, MBENZ RXW533 BLK 00 2DSD, NISSAN GBF081 GLD 95 4DSD, NISSAN GSR004 BRN 98 4DSD, NISSAN JVZ536 GRY 02 4DSD, NISSAN RJW501 RED 04 PVAN, NISSAN RSW274 GLD 98 PKUP-SLVG, NISSAN() VIN#1N4AL11D16N361550 GRY 06 4DSD, NISSAN RZG414 GRY 02 4DSD, NISSAN SJV186 GRY 96 4DSD, NISSAN SNJ651 BLK 06 4DSD, NISSAN TRINIJ BLK 04 4DSD, NISSAN VC7989 SIL 05 2DCP, SATURN RSW195 RED 06 MPVH, SUZUKI() VIN#JS1GN7EA982108203 BLK 15 PCMC, SUZUKI 342XNN BLK 04 PCMC, SUZUKI NYE534 RED 01 4DSD, TOYOTA AE494 SIL 99 MPVH, TOYOTA DJ828 GLD 95 4DSD, TOYOTA FFJ155 GLD 94 4DSD, TOYOTA FJE544 GLD 94 4DSD, TOYOTA FYG602 BLK 89 PKUP, TOYOTA HTS750 SIL 92 4DSD, TOYOTA JPB113 BLK 01 4DSD, TOYOTA() VIN#1NXBR12E22Z611815 GLD 02 4D-SLVG, TOYOTA JVU774 BLU 02 4DSD, TOYOTA NRV685 RED 05 4DSW, TOYOTA RVJ125 GRY 08 2DSD, TOYOTA RZU270 BLK 97 4DSD, TOYOTA SBP294 WHT 97 2DSD, TOYOTA SPG190 WHT 92 2DSD, YAMAHA 503XJS SIL 03 PCMC

APRIL 11, 2017 0900 -  ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D8),  85-1330 WAIANAE VALLEY RD,  WAIANAE,  808-682-0770:  ACURA SVF579 BLU 04 2DSD, BMW NRR781 RED 94 4DSD, CHEV GZG398 SIL 99 4DSD, CHEV MPH807 GRY 06 4DSD, CHEV() VIN#1GNES16S736223577 WHT 03 MPVH, CHEV() VIN#1GCCS1442V8142062 BLK 97 PKUP, CHRYS NGF876 BLK 04 4DSD, DODGE JPF720 GRN 98 MPVH, FORD JVG468 SIL 97 4DSD, FORD PCZ736 BLK 98 MPVH, FORD PPX226 WHT 02 MPVH, FORD SSW386 WHT 97 4DSD, HONDA() VIN#JHMCG5640XC057483 WHT 99 4DSD, HONDA PJD638 SIL 98 4DSD, HONDA PNE473 BLK 98 OTH, HONDA PRX803 WHT 02 MPVH, HONDA RSD783 GRN 94 4DSD, HYUN NWP607 SIL 05 4DSD, JEEP SJE311 SIL 11 4DSW, KIA PPB808 GRN 02 MPVH, LEXUS SSE945 WHT 94 4DSD, MAZDA RZU691 SIL 94 PKUP, MAZDA SNB468 SIL 05 MPVH, NISSAN 4BNU024(CA) BLK 98 MPVH, NISSAN SCS728 GRY 03 4DSD, PLYM JCE902 WHT 00 4DSD, SATURN() VIN#1G8ZK5271XZ264515 GRY 99 4DSD, TOYOTA BR487 MAR 04 4DSD, TOYOTA RSZ423 BLK 94 4DSD, TOYOTA SCC995 WHT 97 4DSD

APRIL 12, 2017 0900 -  ALBERTS TOWING (AV/DER),  91-209 KUHELA ST,  KAPOLEI,  808-682-0580:  BUICK JZZ280 SIL 03 4DSD, DODGE RDP099 SIL 03 PKUP, DODGE SFB783 WHT 01 2DSW, FORD SBC917 WHT 00 PVAN, HONDA() VIN#JHMEH6268PS003437 GLD 93 2DSD, ISUZU EJN908 CRM 89 PKUP, JEEP() VIN#1J4GZ78Y9SC527294   WHT 95 MPVH, MBENZ 440DLA(OR) BLK   4DSD, MBENZ MEN0R1 RED 90 2DSD, NISSAN PDP464 GRY 06 PVAN, NISSAN ZBX 227 WHT 15 MPVH, PONT NXR240 WHT 06 4DSD, TOYOTA JCU496 SIL 00 4DSD, TOYOTA() VIN#4T1SK12E7SU615668 WHT 95 4DSD, VW PSU947 YEL 03 2DSD

(SA979395   4/5/17)~


DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL
STATE OF HAWAII
NOTICE OF INTENT TO ADMINISTRATIVELY FORFEIT PROPERTY

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE PERSONS IDENTIFIED HEREIN AND ALL OTHERS WHO MAY HAVE AN INTEREST that administrative forfeiture proceedings have been commenced against the property listed herein by the filing with the Attorney General of Petitions for Administrative Forfeiture pursuant to Chapter 712A, (Hawaii Omnibus Criminal Forfeiture Act), Hawaii Revised Statutes ("HRS").  The appearance of names of persons and business entities in this notice does not mean that they are criminal suspects; it only means that the state believes they may have an interest in the described property.
1.  JANE A. ECKARDT
Property Seized:  $4,200.00 in U.S. Currency
Date of Seizure: 10/27/16
Place of Seizure: 11-2634 Omeka Rd., Mountain View, HI
Violation:  712-1243 & 329-55, HRS
2.  HALEY H. MEPHAM
Property Seized: $1,932.00 in U.S. Currency
Date of Seizure: 7/18/16; 10/20/16
Place of Seizure: 15-1724 18th Ave., Keaau, HI
Violation:  712-1242, 712-1243 & 329-55, HRS
3.  GREGORY COOK & DEBRA STEIGLER
Property Seized: $8,183.00 in U.S. Currency
Date of Seizure: 8/1/16; 11/22/16
Place of Seizure: 11-2784 Pikake St., Mountain View, HI
Violation:  712-1241, 712-1243 & 329-55, HRS

INSTRUCTIONS TO CLAIMANTS

Persons claiming an interest in the property listed herein may do one, and only one, of the following:
1)  The Claimant may do nothing, in which case the property will be administratively forfeited; or
2)  The Claimant may file a Petition for Remission or Mitigation. A Petition for Remission or Mitigation admits that the property is subject to forfeiture but asks the Attorney General to pardon the property, in whole or in part, due to extenuating circumstances. The Attorney General’s decision is final, not subject to appeal, and may be made without a hearing. A Petition for Remission or Mitigation must be signed by the petitioner and sworn on oath before a notary public, and shall contain the following:
  a)  A reasonably complete description of the property;
  b)  A statement of the interest of the petitioner in the property, as owner or interest-holder, which     may be supported by bills of sale, contracts, or mortgages, or other documentary evidence;    and
  c)  Facts and circumstances sufficient to show whether the petitioner:
    i) owns or holds an interest as defined by Section 712A-1, HRS, in the seized property;
    ii) had any knowledge that the property was or would be involved in any violation of the     law;
    iii) had any knowledge of the particular violation which subjected the property to seizure     and forfeiture;
    iv) had any knowledge that the user of the property had any record, including arrests,    except where the person was acquitted or the charges dismissed due to lack of     evidence, for the violation which subjected the property to seizure and forfeiture or for     any crime which is similar in nature.
The Attorney General will inquire into the facts and circumstances alleged in the Petition for Remission or Mitigation ("Petition"), if one is filed, and provide a written decision on the Petition within sixty days.  If the circumstances of the case require more time, the Petitioner will be notified in writing, within the sixty day period of the circumstances requiring more time, and be further notified of the expected decision date; or
3)  The Claimant may seek judicial determination of the forfeiture by filing a claim and cost or in pauperis bond.  A claim shall be signed by the claimant and sworn on oath before a notary public and shall comply with the requirements of Section 712A-12(5), HRS.  Specifically, the claim shall be signed by the claimant and sworn on oath before a notary public and shall set forth all the following:
  a)  The name of the claimant;
  b)  The address at which the claimant will accept future mailings from the court or the     prosecuting attorney;
  c)  The nature and extent of the claimant’s interest in the property;
  d)  The time, transferor and circumstances of the claimant’s acquisition of the interest in the     property;
  e)  The specific provisions of Chapter 712A, HRS, relied on in asserting that the property seized     for forfeiture is not subject to forfeiture;
  f)  Facts supporting each assertion that the property is not subject to forfeiture;
  g)  Any additional facts supporting the claimant’s claim; and
  h)  The precise relief sought. 
The claim must be accompanied by a cost bond in the amount of $2,500.00 or ten percent of the estimated value of the property, whichever is greater, or an in pauperis bond consisting of a declaration in the form of and containing the elements specified in the Appendix to the Hawaii Rules of Penal Procedure.
Upon receipt of a claim and bond, which substantially comply with the foregoing requirements, the Attorney General will notify the Prosecuting Attorney who may either petition the Circuit Court for forfeiture of the property within forty-five (45) days of receipt of notice that a proper claim and bond has been filed, or may elect to honor the claim and forego further forfeiture proceedings.  If the Prosecuting Attorney forgoes further proceedings, the seizing agency will be authorized to release the property, or some specified interest in it. If the Prosecuting Attorney petitions the circuit court for forfeiture and the claimant fails to prove that his/her interest is exempt from forfeiture under Section 712A-5, HRS, the claimant shall pay the State’s costs and expenses, including reasonable attorneys fees incurred in connection with a judicial proceeding.

*    *    *    *    *    *

A Petition for Remission or Mitigation, or a claim and cost or in pauperis bond must be filed with the Attorney General at the address specified below within thirty days after the date of publication of this notice or actual receipt of the Petition for Administrative Forfeiture, whichever occurs first.  No extension of the filing deadline may be granted for owners or interest-holders who wish to file a Petition for Remission or Mitigation.  However, for a claim, one (1) extension of thirty (30) days for filing of the claim may be granted upon a written request demonstrating good cause provided that the request is received by the Attorney General within the thirty (30) day period for filing a claim.
Notice is also hereby given that the property will be forfeited to the State of Hawaii if a petition for remission or mitigation, or a claim and cost or in pauperis bond, is not filed with the Attorney General in substantial compliance with Sections 712A-10 and 712A-12(5), HRS.
      Department of the Attorney General
      Civil Recoveries Division
      425 Queen Street
      Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
      DATED:  April 3, 2017
      DOUGLAS S. CHIN
      Attorney General
      State of Hawaii

(TGI979399   4/3/17)~


COUNTY OF HAWAII
NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS
APPEAL DEADLINE
2017 REAL PROPERTY TAX ASSESSMENTS

April 10, 2017 is the deadline for filing appeals against the 2017 Real Property Tax Assessments.  An appeal may be filed with either the Tax Board of Review or the Tax Appeal Court.

If you do not agree with the value placed upon your property as set forth on the Notice of Assessment or if you are denied an exemption to which you are entitled, an appeal may be filed.

A deposit of $50.00 is required for each appeal to the Tax Board of Review.  A non-refundable filing fee of $25.00 is required for each appeal to the small claims procedure of the Tax Appeal Court.  For an appeal to the Tax Appeal Court for a regular claim, a filing fee of $100.00 is required.

Appeal forms to the Tax Board of Review are available at the Real Property Tax Office located at Aupuni Center, 101 Pauahi Street, Suite 4, Hilo, Hawaii, or at     74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Highway, Building D, Second Floor, Kailua-Kona,    Hawaii. Appeal forms may be obtained at the County’s Website:  http://www.hawaiipropertytax.com

Appeal forms to the Tax Appeal Court are available at the Tax Appeal Court, 777 Punchbowl Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, or by calling (808) 539-4777.  Should you have further questions, call the Real Property Tax Office at 961-8201 (Hilo) or 323-4880 (Kona).

Tax Board of Review
Donald David, Chairman

(WHT974123   4/2, 4/9/17)~


COUNTY OF HAWAII
NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS
APPEAL DEADLINE
2017 REAL PROPERTY TAX ASSESSMENTS

April 10, 2017 is the deadline for filing appeals against the 2017 Real Property Tax Assessments.  An appeal may be filed with either the Tax Board of Review or the Tax Appeal Court.

If you do not agree with the value placed upon your property as set forth on the Notice of Assessment or if you are denied an exemption to which you are entitled, an appeal may be filed.

A deposit of $50.00 is required for each appeal to the Tax Board of Review.  A non-refundable filing fee of $25.00 is required for each appeal to the small claims procedure of the Tax Appeal Court.  For an appeal to the Tax Appeal Court for a regular claim, a filing fee of $100.00 is required.

Appeal forms to the Tax Board of Review are available at the Real Property Tax Office located at Aupuni Center, 101 Pauahi Street, Suite 4, Hilo, Hawaii, or at     74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Highway, Building D, Second Floor, Kailua-Kona,    Hawaii. Appeal forms may be obtained at the County’s Website:  http://www.hawaiipropertytax.com

Appeal forms to the Tax Appeal Court are available at the Tax Appeal Court, 777 Punchbowl Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, or by calling (808) 539-4777.  Should you have further questions, call the Real Property Tax Office at 961-8201 (Hilo) or 323-4880 (Kona).

Tax Board of Review
Donald David, Chairman

(HTH974121   4/2, 4/9/17)~


HAWAII DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

Notice of Designation of Island of Maui as Expanded Coffee Berry Borer
Infested Area Subject to Quarantine

On March 14, 2017, the Board of Agriculture (Board) voted to expand the designated Coffee Berry Borer (CBB), Hypothenemus hampei, infested areas in the State to include the entire Island of Maui. The Board’s designation of Maui as an expanded CBB-infested area authorizes the Hawaii Department of Agriculture (HDOA), Plant Quarantine Branch (PQB) under its rules to implement quarantine measures to restrict movement of coffee and other CBB hosts from all areas on Maui.  The Board’s designation becomes effective on May 01, 2017.

The Board is authorized to expand a designated CBB infested area to implement quarantine measures to prevent further spread of CBB and its plant or commodity hosts from the designated expanded area of infestation to restricted (uninfested) areas (Sections 4-72-12(e) and 4-72-4.5(a), Hawaii Administrative Rules (HAR).).  Due to recent findings of CBB in two locations on Maui, Hana and Kipahulu, it was determined after consultation with qualified persons with relevant expertise on this subject that an island wide quarantine for Maui is necessary to prevent the further spread of CBB to other islands not known to have this destructive pest. So far, CBB has not been detected on Kauai, Molokai, and Lanai.

The Board’s designation of Maui as an expanded CBB infested area means that coffee and related CBB host material from Maui are subject to the quarantine restrictions specified in section 4-72-12, HAR, (Restrictions on coffee), the same restrictions that apply to Hawaii Island and Oahu, both designated CBB infested areas. The quarantine restrictions as specified in section 4-72-12, HAR, among other things, prohibit movement or transportation of coffee plants and parts thereof, including green (unroasted) coffee beans, used coffee bags, and coffee harvesting equipment, including baskets, sacks, or containers, from a CBB infested area to an area that is uninfested by CBB, except by permit issued by the HDOA. A permit may be issued by the PQB chief (chief) for the transportation of a commodity or item listed in the preceding sentence with conditions established by the chief appropriate for each of the following circumstances, subject to appropriate conditions established by the chief: (1) coffee plants and plant parts for propagation when subject to treatment with an approved pesticide, and grown and monitored in quarantine for a period of not less than one year at a State facility; (2) coffee plants and plant parts that are shipped using safeguards approved by the chief to an approved facility for research purposes; (3) roasting of green coffee beans that have been subjected to treatments approved by the chief; (4) roasting of untreated green coffee beans that are shipped using safeguards approved by the chief to an approved facility that is located at least five miles away from a commercial coffee growing area; (5) used coffee bags that have been subjected to treatments approved by the chief; or (6) coffee harvesting equipment that has been subjected to treatments approved by the chief.  In addition, the chief is authorized to approve treatments and mitigative measures as they are scientifically validated and may revise permit conditions accordingly, as necessary to prevent movement of the CBB from the infested area and to preserve the quarantine.  Organic treatment methods are available, as approved by the chief.

Export (out-of-state) shipments of coffee plants and plant parts, green coffee beans, and used coffee bags are not subject to quarantine restrictions, provided that they are exported directly from the CBB infested area and are not transshipped through a CBB uninfested area in the State. Coffee plants and plant parts, green coffee beans, and used coffee bags for export that move from one infested area to another or that are exported via transshipment through a CBB uninfested area must be double-bagged in thick, transparent, non-permeable plastic bags that are sealed and labeled to identify their contents as being from a specific CBB infested area, provided that the chief is authorized to revise these required safeguards, as necessary.

Under the Board’s designation of Maui as an expanded CBB infested area, the movement of green (unroasted) coffee, coffee plants and plant parts, used coffee bags, and coffee harvesting equipment between CBB infested areas, i.e., between Hawaii Island, Oahu, and Maui will require a permit.  HDOA’s Plant Intrastate Rules, chapter 4-72, HAR, provides that the PQB chief may authorize the transportation of an untreated infested commodity to an island or area where the pest is known to be established. As it is still important to limit the spread of CBB on an island designated as CBB infested, permits for shipments between CBB infested areas will require appropriate safeguards, such as bagging requirements.

The quarantine restrictions apply to all Maui coffee growers and roasters and to any individual or entity that transports coffee and related CBB host material from Maui interisland.

(TGI972699     3/19/17)~


HAWAII DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

Notice of Designation of Island of Maui as Expanded Coffee Berry Borer
Infested Area Subject to Quarantine

On March 14, 2017, the Board of Agriculture (Board) voted to expand the designated Coffee Berry Borer (CBB), Hypothenemus hampei, infested areas in the State to include the entire Island of Maui. The Board’s designation of Maui as an expanded CBB-infested area authorizes the Hawaii Department of Agriculture (HDOA), Plant Quarantine Branch (PQB) under its rules to implement quarantine measures to restrict movement of coffee and other CBB hosts from all areas on Maui.  The Board’s designation becomes effective on May 01, 2017.

The Board is authorized to expand a designated CBB infested area to implement quarantine measures to prevent further spread of CBB and its plant or commodity hosts from the designated expanded area of infestation to restricted (uninfested) areas (Sections 4-72-12(e) and 4-72-4.5(a), Hawaii Administrative Rules (HAR).).  Due to recent findings of CBB in two locations on Maui, Hana and Kipahulu, it was determined after consultation with qualified persons with relevant expertise on this subject that an island wide quarantine for Maui is necessary to prevent the further spread of CBB to other islands not known to have this destructive pest. So far, CBB has not been detected on Kauai, Molokai, and Lanai.

The Board’s designation of Maui as an expanded CBB infested area means that coffee and related CBB host material from Maui are subject to the quarantine restrictions specified in section 4-72-12, HAR, (Restrictions on coffee), the same restrictions that apply to Hawaii Island and Oahu, both designated CBB infested areas. The quarantine restrictions as specified in section 4-72-12, HAR, among other things, prohibit movement or transportation of coffee plants and parts thereof, including green (unroasted) coffee beans, used coffee bags, and coffee harvesting equipment, including baskets, sacks, or containers, from a CBB infested area to an area that is uninfested by CBB, except by permit issued by the HDOA. A permit may be issued by the PQB chief (chief) for the transportation of a commodity or item listed in the preceding sentence with conditions established by the chief appropriate for each of the following circumstances, subject to appropriate conditions established by the chief: (1) coffee plants and plant parts for propagation when subject to treatment with an approved pesticide, and grown and monitored in quarantine for a period of not less than one year at a State facility; (2) coffee plants and plant parts that are shipped using safeguards approved by the chief to an approved facility for research purposes; (3) roasting of green coffee beans that have been subjected to treatments approved by the chief; (4) roasting of untreated green coffee beans that are shipped using safeguards approved by the chief to an approved facility that is located at least five miles away from a commercial coffee growing area; (5) used coffee bags that have been subjected to treatments approved by the chief; or (6) coffee harvesting equipment that has been subjected to treatments approved by the chief.  In addition, the chief is authorized to approve treatments and mitigative measures as they are scientifically validated and may revise permit conditions accordingly, as necessary to prevent movement of the CBB from the infested area and to preserve the quarantine.  Organic treatment methods are available, as approved by the chief.

Export (out-of-state) shipments of coffee plants and plant parts, green coffee beans, and used coffee bags are not subject to quarantine restrictions, provided that they are exported directly from the CBB infested area and are not transshipped through a CBB uninfested area in the State. Coffee plants and plant parts, green coffee beans, and used coffee bags for export that move from one infested area to another or that are exported via transshipment through a CBB uninfested area must be double-bagged in thick, transparent, non-permeable plastic bags that are sealed and labeled to identify their contents as being from a specific CBB infested area, provided that the chief is authorized to revise these required safeguards, as necessary.

Under the Board’s designation of Maui as an expanded CBB infested area, the movement of green (unroasted) coffee, coffee plants and plant parts, used coffee bags, and coffee harvesting equipment between CBB infested areas, i.e., between Hawaii Island, Oahu, and Maui will require a permit.  HDOA’s Plant Intrastate Rules, chapter 4-72, HAR, provides that the PQB chief may authorize the transportation of an untreated infested commodity to an island or area where the pest is known to be established. As it is still important to limit the spread of CBB on an island designated as CBB infested, permits for shipments between CBB infested areas will require appropriate safeguards, such as bagging requirements.

The quarantine restrictions apply to all Maui coffee growers and roasters and to any individual or entity that transports coffee and related CBB host material from Maui interisland.

(WHT972698   3/19/17)~


HAWAII DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

Notice of Designation of Island of Maui as Expanded Coffee Berry Borer
Infested Area Subject to Quarantine

On March 14, 2017, the Board of Agriculture (Board) voted to expand the designated Coffee Berry Borer (CBB), Hypothenemus hampei, infested areas in the State to include the entire Island of Maui. The Board’s designation of Maui as an expanded CBB-infested area authorizes the Hawaii Department of Agriculture (HDOA), Plant Quarantine Branch (PQB) under its rules to implement quarantine measures to restrict movement of coffee and other CBB hosts from all areas on Maui.  The Board’s designation becomes effective on May 01, 2017.

The Board is authorized to expand a designated CBB infested area to implement quarantine measures to prevent further spread of CBB and its plant or commodity hosts from the designated expanded area of infestation to restricted (uninfested) areas (Sections 4-72-12(e) and 4-72-4.5(a), Hawaii Administrative Rules (HAR).).  Due to recent findings of CBB in two locations on Maui, Hana and Kipahulu, it was determined after consultation with qualified persons with relevant expertise on this subject that an island wide quarantine for Maui is necessary to prevent the further spread of CBB to other islands not known to have this destructive pest. So far, CBB has not been detected on Kauai, Molokai, and Lanai.

The Board’s designation of Maui as an expanded CBB infested area means that coffee and related CBB host material from Maui are subject to the quarantine restrictions specified in section 4-72-12, HAR, (Restrictions on coffee), the same restrictions that apply to Hawaii Island and Oahu, both designated CBB infested areas. The quarantine restrictions as specified in section 4-72-12, HAR, among other things, prohibit movement or transportation of coffee plants and parts thereof, including green (unroasted) coffee beans, used coffee bags, and coffee harvesting equipment, including baskets, sacks, or containers, from a CBB infested area to an area that is uninfested by CBB, except by permit issued by the HDOA. A permit may be issued by the PQB chief (chief) for the transportation of a commodity or item listed in the preceding sentence with conditions established by the chief appropriate for each of the following circumstances, subject to appropriate conditions established by the chief: (1) coffee plants and plant parts for propagation when subject to treatment with an approved pesticide, and grown and monitored in quarantine for a period of not less than one year at a State facility; (2) coffee plants and plant parts that are shipped using safeguards approved by the chief to an approved facility for research purposes; (3) roasting of green coffee beans that have been subjected to treatments approved by the chief; (4) roasting of untreated green coffee beans that are shipped using safeguards approved by the chief to an approved facility that is located at least five miles away from a commercial coffee growing area; (5) used coffee bags that have been subjected to treatments approved by the chief; or (6) coffee harvesting equipment that has been subjected to treatments approved by the chief.  In addition, the chief is authorized to approve treatments and mitigative measures as they are scientifically validated and may revise permit conditions accordingly, as necessary to prevent movement of the CBB from the infested area and to preserve the quarantine.  Organic treatment methods are available, as approved by the chief.

Export (out-of-state) shipments of coffee plants and plant parts, green coffee beans, and used coffee bags are not subject to quarantine restrictions, provided that they are exported directly from the CBB infested area and are not transshipped through a CBB uninfested area in the State. Coffee plants and plant parts, green coffee beans, and used coffee bags for export that move from one infested area to another or that are exported via transshipment through a CBB uninfested area must be double-bagged in thick, transparent, non-permeable plastic bags that are sealed and labeled to identify their contents as being from a specific CBB infested area, provided that the chief is authorized to revise these required safeguards, as necessary.

Under the Board’s designation of Maui as an expanded CBB infested area, the movement of green (unroasted) coffee, coffee plants and plant parts, used coffee bags, and coffee harvesting equipment between CBB infested areas, i.e., between Hawaii Island, Oahu, and Maui will require a permit.  HDOA’s Plant Intrastate Rules, chapter 4-72, HAR, provides that the PQB chief may authorize the transportation of an untreated infested commodity to an island or area where the pest is known to be established. As it is still important to limit the spread of CBB on an island designated as CBB infested, permits for shipments between CBB infested areas will require appropriate safeguards, such as bagging requirements.

The quarantine restrictions apply to all Maui coffee growers and roasters and to any individual or entity that transports coffee and related CBB host material from Maui interisland.

(HTH972696   3/19/17)~


HAWAII DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

Notice of Designation of Island of Maui as Expanded Coffee Berry Borer
Infested Area Subject to Quarantine

On March 14, 2017, the Board of Agriculture (Board) voted to expand the designated Coffee Berry Borer (CBB), Hypothenemus hampei, infested areas in the State to include the entire Island of Maui. The Board’s designation of Maui as an expanded CBB-infested area authorizes the Hawaii Department of Agriculture (HDOA), Plant Quarantine Branch (PQB) under its rules to implement quarantine measures to restrict movement of coffee and other CBB hosts from all areas on Maui.  The Board’s designation becomes effective on May 01, 2017.

The Board is authorized to expand a designated CBB infested area to implement quarantine measures to prevent further spread of CBB and its plant or commodity hosts from the designated expanded area of infestation to restricted (uninfested) areas (Sections 4-72-12(e) and 4-72-4.5(a), Hawaii Administrative Rules (HAR).).  Due to recent findings of CBB in two locations on Maui, Hana and Kipahulu, it was determined after consultation with qualified persons with relevant expertise on this subject that an island wide quarantine for Maui is necessary to prevent the further spread of CBB to other islands not known to have this destructive pest. So far, CBB has not been detected on Kauai, Molokai, and Lanai.

The Board’s designation of Maui as an expanded CBB infested area means that coffee and related CBB host material from Maui are subject to the quarantine restrictions specified in section 4-72-12, HAR, (Restrictions on coffee), the same restrictions that apply to Hawaii Island and Oahu, both designated CBB infested areas. The quarantine restrictions as specified in section 4-72-12, HAR, among other things, prohibit movement or transportation of coffee plants and parts thereof, including green (unroasted) coffee beans, used coffee bags, and coffee harvesting equipment, including baskets, sacks, or containers, from a CBB infested area to an area that is uninfested by CBB, except by permit issued by the HDOA. A permit may be issued by the PQB chief (chief) for the transportation of a commodity or item listed in the preceding sentence with conditions established by the chief appropriate for each of the following circumstances, subject to appropriate conditions established by the chief: (1) coffee plants and plant parts for propagation when subject to treatment with an approved pesticide, and grown and monitored in quarantine for a period of not less than one year at a State facility; (2) coffee plants and plant parts that are shipped using safeguards approved by the chief to an approved facility for research purposes; (3) roasting of green coffee beans that have been subjected to treatments approved by the chief; (4) roasting of untreated green coffee beans that are shipped using safeguards approved by the chief to an approved facility that is located at least five miles away from a commercial coffee growing area; (5) used coffee bags that have been subjected to treatments approved by the chief; or (6) coffee harvesting equipment that has been subjected to treatments approved by the chief.  In addition, the chief is authorized to approve treatments and mitigative measures as they are scientifically validated and may revise permit conditions accordingly, as necessary to prevent movement of the CBB from the infested area and to preserve the quarantine.  Organic treatment methods are available, as approved by the chief.

Export (out-of-state) shipments of coffee plants and plant parts, green coffee beans, and used coffee bags are not subject to quarantine restrictions, provided that they are exported directly from the CBB infested area and are not transshipped through a CBB uninfested area in the State. Coffee plants and plant parts, green coffee beans, and used coffee bags for export that move from one infested area to another or that are exported via transshipment through a CBB uninfested area must be double-bagged in thick, transparent, non-permeable plastic bags that are sealed and labeled to identify their contents as being from a specific CBB infested area, provided that the chief is authorized to revise these required safeguards, as necessary.

Under the Board’s designation of Maui as an expanded CBB infested area, the movement of green (unroasted) coffee, coffee plants and plant parts, used coffee bags, and coffee harvesting equipment between CBB infested areas, i.e., between Hawaii Island, Oahu, and Maui will require a permit.  HDOA’s Plant Intrastate Rules, chapter 4-72, HAR, provides that the PQB chief may authorize the transportation of an untreated infested commodity to an island or area where the pest is known to be established. As it is still important to limit the spread of CBB on an island designated as CBB infested, permits for shipments between CBB infested areas will require appropriate safeguards, such as bagging requirements.

The quarantine restrictions apply to all Maui coffee growers and roasters and to any individual or entity that transports coffee and related CBB host material from Maui interisland.

(SA972378   3/19/17)~


NOTICE OF DISPOSAL

VEHICLE# PLATE #          VIN#        R/O:
99 NISSAN MPVH KYW 959 JN8AR05SXW292704 CORPUZ, ALLANNAH
00 CHEVROLET MPVH PYC 551 2CNBE13CXY6923901 KANE, NELSON H.
BMW 4DSD NONE NONE UNKNOWN
97 NISSAN VAN KSN 649 4N2DN1112VD826250 BARTEL, RONALD S. &
    PRICE, BEVERLY (AGENT)

The above vehicle(s) held by the Kauai Police Department have been released and attempts to contact the owners have been unsuccessful. Notice is given that the stated vehicle(s) will be disposed of if not removed within five business days. To arrange for removal contact:

The Kauai Police Department
Attn: Evidence Division
3990 Kaana Street Suite 200
Lihue, HI 96766
Contact: 808-241-1655 or 808-241-1658 or Fax: 808-241-1670

(TGI974385   3/18/17)~


The Office of Maunakea Management Announces a Public Comment Period for a Draft Environmental Assessment. The public is invited to comment on a Draft Environmental Assessment for Infrastructure Improvements at Maunakea Visitor Information Station proposed by The University of Hawai’i Hilo. The document can be accessed online at: http://oeqc.doh.hawaii.gov/Shared%20Documents/EA_and_EIS_Online_Library/Hawaii/2010s/2017-03-08-HA-5B-DEA-Maunakea-Visitor-Information-Station-Improvements.pdf. The public comment period runs 30 days from March 8, 2017 to April 7, 2017.
(WHT972442 3/12, 3/14/17)

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The Office of Maunakea Management Announces a Public Comment Period for a Draft Environmental Assessment. The public is invited to comment on a Draft Environmental Assessment for Infrastructure Improvements at Maunakea Visitor Information Station proposed by The University of Hawai’i Hilo. The document can be accessed online at: http://oeqc.doh.hawaii.gov/Shared%20Documents/EA_and_EIS_Online_Library/Hawaii/2010s/2017-03-08-HA-5B-DEA-Maunakea-Visitor-Information-Station-Improvements.pdf. The public comment period runs 30 days from March 8, 2017 to April 7, 2017.
(HTH972438 3/12, 3/14/17)

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The Office of Maunakea Management Announces a Public Comment Period for a Draft Environmental Assessment. The public is invited to comment on a Draft Environmental Assessment for Infrastructure Improvements at Maunakea Visitor Information Station proposed by The University of Hawai’i Hilo. The document can be accessed online at: http://oeqc.doh.hawaii.gov/Shared%20Documents/EA_and_EIS_Online_Library/Hawaii/2010s/2017-03-08-HA-5B-DEA-Maunakea-Visitor-Information-Station-Improvements.pdf. The public comment period runs 30 days from March 8, 2017 to April 7, 2017.
(SA972404   3/12, 3/15/17)

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KONA

NOTICE TO INTERESTED PERSONS

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO interested persons that the applications listed below have been filed with the HAWAII PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION. The applications are available for public inspection during regular business hours at the Commission’s Honolulu office located at 465 South King Street, Room 103, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, and through the Commission’s electronic Document Management System, accessible at the following website address: http://dms.puc.hawaii.gov/dms/.
Anyone who intends to intervene or participate in any of the dockets shall comply with Subchapter 4 of Chapter 6-61 of the Hawaii Administrative Rules, Rules of Practice and Procedure before the Public Utilities Commission.  Motions to intervene or participate shall be filed at the Commission’s office located at 465 South King Street, Room 103, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, NOT LATER THAN 20 DAYS AFTER THE PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE (by MARCH 28, 2017).

NEW APPLICATION(S) - MOTOR CARRIERS

DOCKET NO. 2017-0026—HELE MAI TOURS LLC
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 1-TO-7 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION ON THE ISLAND OF HAWAII, FILED ON FEBRUARY 1, 2017.

DOCKET NO. 2017-0028—HILO SENDAI TOURS INC.
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 1-TO-7 AND 8-TO-25 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATIONS ON THE ISLAND OF HAWAII, FILED ON FEBRUARY 2, 2017.

    /s/ RANDY IWASE, CHAIR

(WHT970798     3/8/17)~


KAUAI

NOTICE TO INTERESTED PERSONS

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO interested persons that the applications listed below have been filed with the HAWAII PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION.  The applications are available for public inspection during regular business hours at the Commission’s office located at 465 South King Street, Room 103, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, and through the Commission’s electronic Document Management System, accessible at the following website address: http://dms.puc.hawaii.gov/dms/.
Anyone who intends to intervene or participate in the docket shall comply with Subchapter 4 of Chapter 6-61 of the Hawaii Administrative Rules, Rules of Practice and Procedure before the Public Utilities Commission.  Motions to intervene or participate shall be filed at the Commission’s office located at 465 South King Street, Room 103, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, NOT LATER THAN 20 DAYS AFTER THE PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE (by MARCH 28, 2017).

NEW APPLICATION(S) - MOTOR CARRIERS

DOCKET NO. 2017-0029—IA LLC
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 1-TO-7 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION ON THE ISLAND OF KAUAI, FILED ON FEBRUARY 3, 2017.

DOCKET NO. 2017-0035—HAWAII ALOHA TRAVEL LLC, DBA HAWAII ALOHA TRAVEL
APPLICATION TO EXTEND CERTIFICATE NO. 590-C TO INCLUDE THE 1-TO-7 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION ON THE ISLAND OF KAUAI, FILED ON FEBRUARY 15, 2017.

DOCKET NO. 2017-0038—PARADISE VALET LLC
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 1-TO-7 AND 8-TO-25 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATIONS ON THE ISLAND OF KAUAI, FILED ON FEBRUARY 21, 2017.

  /s/ RANDY IWASE, CHAIR

(TGI970226     3/8/17)~


HILO

NOTICE TO INTERESTED PERSONS

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO interested persons that the applications listed below have been filed with the HAWAII PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION. The applications are available for public inspection during regular business hours at the Commission’s Honolulu office located at 465 South King Street, Room 103, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, and through the Commission’s electronic Document Management System, accessible at the following website address: http://dms.puc.hawaii.gov/dms/.
Anyone who intends to intervene or participate in any of the dockets shall comply with Subchapter 4 of Chapter 6-61 of the Hawaii Administrative Rules, Rules of Practice and Procedure before the Public Utilities Commission.  Motions to intervene or participate shall be filed at the Commission’s office located at 465 South King Street, Room 103, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, NOT LATER THAN 20 DAYS AFTER THE PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE (by MARCH 28, 2017).

NEW APPLICATION(S) - MOTOR CARRIERS

DOCKET NO. 2017-0026—HELE MAI TOURS LLC
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 1-TO-7 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION ON THE ISLAND OF HAWAII, FILED ON FEBRUARY 1, 2017.

DOCKET NO. 2017-0028—HILO SENDAI TOURS INC.
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 1-TO-7 AND 8-TO-25 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATIONS ON THE ISLAND OF HAWAII, FILED ON FEBRUARY 2, 2017.

    /s/ RANDY IWASE, CHAIR

(HTH970223     3/8/17)~


OAHU

NOTICE TO INTERESTED PERSONS

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO interested persons that the applications listed below have been filed with the HAWAII PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION. The applications are available for public inspection during regular business hours at the Commission’s office located at 465 South King Street, Room 103, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, and through the Commission’s electronic Document Management System, accessible at the following website address: http://dms.puc.hawaii.gov/dms/.
Anyone who intends to intervene or participate in any of the dockets shall comply with Subchapter 4 of Chapter 6-61 of the Hawaii Administrative Rules, Rules of Practice and Procedure before the Public Utilities Commission.  Motions to intervene or participate shall be filed at the Commission’s office located at 465 South King Street, Room 103, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, NOT LATER THAN 20 DAYS AFTER THE PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE (by MARCH 28, 2017).

NEW APPLICATION(S) - MOTOR CARRIERS

DOCKET NO. 2017-0012—STEVEN TRINH
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 1-TO-7 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON JANUARY 20, 2017, AND AMENDED ON FEBRUARY 16, 2017.

DOCKET NO. 2017-0024—HAWAII REAL NATURE LLC
APPLICATION TO EXTEND CERTIFICATE NO. 833-C TO INCLUDE THE 1-TO-7 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON JANUARY 30, 2017.

DOCKET NO. 2017-0027—ZAFANI ARAUJO INC., DBA KEALOHA TOURS
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 1-TO-7 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON FEBRUARY 1, 2017.

DOCKET NO. 2017-0031—CHANGYOU INTERNATIONAL LLC, DBA CHANGYOU TRANSPORTATION
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 8-TO-25 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON FEBRUARY 7, 2017.

DOCKET NO. 2017-0033—HELE HULI RENTALS LLC
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 1-TO-7 AND 8-TO-25 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATIONS ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON FEBRUARY 9, 2017.

DOCKET NO. 2017-0034—HAT HAWAII LLC
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 8-TO-25 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON FEBRUARY 10, 2017.

DOCKET NO. 2017-0036—WAIKIKI BOTTOM FISHING TOUR, INC.
APPLICATION TO TRANSFER CERTIFICATE NO. 1554-C (8-TO-25 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU) TO YOSHI HAWAIIAN TOURS, INC., AND TO EXTEND THE AUTHORITY UNDER CERTIFICATE NO. 1554-C TO INCLUDE THE 1-TO-7 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON FEBRUARY 16, 2017, AND AMENDED ON FEBRUARY 24, 2017.

DOCKET NO. 2017-0037—CHRISTOPHER B BURNETT, DBA HONOLULU TOUR COMPANY
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 8-TO-25 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON FEBRUARY 21, 2017.

DOCKET NO. 2017-0040—CHARLES EARL GAMES, JR.
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 1-TO-7 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON FEBRUARY 23, 2017.

DOCKET NO. 2017-0042—HAWAI’I COUNTRYSIDE ADVENTURE TOURS LLC
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 8-TO-25 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON FEBRUARY 27, 2017.

DOCKET NO. 2017-0043—LOKAHI TRANSPORTS LLC
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 1-TO-7 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON FEBRUARY 27, 2017.

DOCKET NO. 2017-0044—AKAMAI EXPRESS, LLC
APPLICATION FOR A CONTRACT CARRIER PERMIT IN THE GENERAL COMMODITIES CLASSIFICATION ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU PURSUANT TO CONTRACTS WITH HAM PRODUCE AND SEAFOOD INC. AND MEGA CONSTRUCTION, INC., FILED ON FEBRUARY 28, 2017.

DOCKET NO. 2017-0045—TOSHIO AKIBA
APPLICATION TO TRANSFER CERTIFICATE NO. 935-C (1-TO-7 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU) TO KKTA CORPORATION, FILED ON FEBRUARY 28, 2017.

  /s/ RANDY IWASE, CHAIR

(SA970220   3/8/17)~


Department of Taxation
Notice of Adoption of Temporary Administrative Rules

Pursuant to Section 231-10.7, Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS), the Director of Taxation of the State of Hawaii has adopted Temporary Rules Relating to Registration of Representatives which have been approved by the Governor and which have the same force and effect as any other administrative rule.

The temporary rules authorize the Department of Taxation (Department) to require persons who represent taxpayers in any capacity before the Department to register with the Department.

Temporary rules become effective seven days after statewide public notice is provided by publication and are effective for 18 months thereafter. The temporary rules are available online at tax.hawaii.gov or ltgov.hawaii.gov. A copy of the temporary rules may also be obtained between the hours of 7:45 a.m. through 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, excluding State holidays, at the Director’s Office located at the Department of Taxation, Room 221, Princess Ruth Keelikolani Building, 830 Punchbowl Street, Honolulu, Hawaii and at the District Tax Offices located at 3060 Eiwa Street, Lihue, Kauai; 54 High Street, Wailuku, Maui; and 75 Aupuni Street, Hilo, Hawaii.

For more information, or to request a copy of the temporary rules, please call the Department of Taxation, Rules Office at 587-1530.

DATED:  Honolulu, Hawaii, March 8, 2017

(TGI970015   3/8/17)~


Department of Taxation
Notice of Adoption of Temporary Administrative Rules

Pursuant to Section 231-10.7, Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS), the Director of Taxation of the State of Hawaii has adopted Temporary Rules Relating to Registration of Representatives which have been approved by the Governor and which have the same force and effect as any other administrative rule.

The temporary rules authorize the Department of Taxation (Department) to require persons who represent taxpayers in any capacity before the Department to register with the Department.

Temporary rules become effective seven days after statewide public notice is provided by publication and are effective for 18 months thereafter. The temporary rules are available online at tax.hawaii.gov or ltgov.hawaii.gov. A copy of the temporary rules may also be obtained between the hours of 7:45 a.m. through 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, excluding State holidays, at the Director’s Office located at the Department of Taxation, Room 221, Princess Ruth Keelikolani Building, 830 Punchbowl Street, Honolulu, Hawaii and at the District Tax Offices located at 3060 Eiwa Street, Lihue, Kauai; 54 High Street, Wailuku, Maui; and 75 Aupuni Street, Hilo, Hawaii.

For more information, or to request a copy of the temporary rules, please call the Department of Taxation, Rules Office at 587-1530.

DATED:  Honolulu, Hawaii, March 8, 2017

(WHT970013   3/8/17)~


Department of Taxation
Notice of Adoption of Temporary Administrative Rules

Pursuant to Section 231-10.7, Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS), the Director of Taxation of the State of Hawaii has adopted Temporary Rules Relating to Registration of Representatives which have been approved by the Governor and which have the same force and effect as any other administrative rule.

The temporary rules authorize the Department of Taxation (Department) to require persons who represent taxpayers in any capacity before the Department to register with the Department.

Temporary rules become effective seven days after statewide public notice is provided by publication and are effective for 18 months thereafter. The temporary rules are available online at tax.hawaii.gov or ltgov.hawaii.gov. A copy of the temporary rules may also be obtained between the hours of 7:45 a.m. through 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, excluding State holidays, at the Director’s Office located at the Department of Taxation, Room 221, Princess Ruth Keelikolani Building, 830 Punchbowl Street, Honolulu, Hawaii and at the District Tax Offices located at 3060 Eiwa Street, Lihue, Kauai; 54 High Street, Wailuku, Maui; and 75 Aupuni Street, Hilo, Hawaii.

For more information, or to request a copy of the temporary rules, please call the Department of Taxation, Rules Office at 587-1530.

DATED:  Honolulu, Hawaii, March 8, 2017

(HTH970010   3/8/17)~


Department of Taxation
Notice of Adoption of Temporary Administrative Rules

Pursuant to Section 231-10.7, Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS), the Director of Taxation of the State of Hawaii has adopted Temporary Rules Relating to Registration of Representatives which have been approved by the Governor and which have the same force and effect as any other administrative rule.

The temporary rules authorize the Department of Taxation (Department) to require persons who represent taxpayers in any capacity before the Department to register with the Department.

Temporary rules become effective seven days after statewide public notice is provided by publication and are effective for 18 months thereafter. The temporary rules are available online at tax.hawaii.gov or ltgov.hawaii.gov. A copy of the temporary rules may also be obtained between the hours of 7:45 a.m. through 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, excluding State holidays, at the Director’s Office located at the Department of Taxation, Room 221, Princess Ruth Keelikolani Building, 830 Punchbowl Street, Honolulu, Hawaii and at the District Tax Offices located at 3060 Eiwa Street, Lihue, Kauai; 54 High Street, Wailuku, Maui; and 75 Aupuni Street, Hilo, Hawaii.

For more information, or to request a copy of the temporary rules, please call the Department of Taxation, Rules Office at 587-1530.

DATED:  Honolulu, Hawaii, March 8, 2017

(SA969889   3/8/17)~


CITY & COUNTY OF HONOLULU
DEPARTMENT OF CUSTOMER SERVICES
PUBLIC AUCTION OF ABANDONED & UNCLAIMED VEHICLES

Notice is hereby given that the following listed vehicles, after being towed and unclaimed pursuant to Chapter 290-1, Hawaii Revised Statutes, and/or pursuant to Section 1513.10, Revised Ordinances of Honolulu, will be either sold by auction as is, disposed of, sold as junk, or will be donated to a governmental agency at the scheduled hour of auction. There will be a minimum bid of Fifty dollars ($50.00) for each vehicle sold at auction. Vehicles may be inspected within 5 calendar days prior to the day of auction by appointment with the tow company. Vehicles will be sold as is and where is by online internet bidding using the City’s Vendor Self Service system (VSS). Online bidding for law enforcement towed vehicles will begin on MARCH 15, 2017 8:00 am. Bidding for abandoned vehicles will begin on MARCH 16, 2017 8:00 am.  All auctions will begin closing at 10 am each respective day. Refer to bid page for details. Interested bidders can register online at https://www5.honolulu.gov/webapp/VSSPSRV1/ AltSelfService. For assistance with VSS, contact our VSS Help Desk at (808)768-5535. The awarded buyer shall pay to the City and County of Honolulu their highest bid price per vehicle incurred at the close of the online bidding. Failure to pay all expenses will be cause for disqualification, penalty and suspension from participating in the online auctions. Payment, in the exact amount, shall be by cash, certified check, money order, or cashier’s check from a local bank, credit union or financial institution, made payable to CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU and preprinted by the issuing institution. Awarded buyers must make payment at Budget and Fiscal Services Purchasing Division, Room 115, 530 South King Street (City Hall) the day after the online auction closes. Payments shall be received no later than 2:00 pm. The awarded buyer shall pay all towing, storage, and any other expenses to the tow contractor when claiming the auctioned vehicle. Transfer of ownership or transfer of ownership with storage of vehicle must be recorded within thirty (30) days of auction or a penalty transfer fee of ($60.00) Sixty dollars shall be charged.

For information and appointments to view vehicles call the tow contractor(s).

MARCH 15, 2017 0900 - ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D1),  820 ISENBERG ST,  HONOLULU,  808-682-0770:  ACURA RDU890 SIL 04 2DSD, BMW RYV076 BLK 08 2DSD, CHEV FYE525 GRY 88 MPVH, CHEV NFR482 BLU 01 PKUP, DODGE PBC656 SIL 06 VAN, HONDA JSC157 GRN 01 4DSD, INFINI SPC405 SIL 11 4DSD, LEXUS FED093 WHT 94 4DSD, PLYM GTA416 GRN 98 2DSW, SUZUKI RBD644 SIL 00 MPVH, TOYOTA JFV556 GLD 00 PVAN.
MARCH 15, 2017 0900 - ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D1), 1040 MAKEPONO ST, HONOLULU, 808-682-0770: HONDA RYP349 WHT 13 PVAN, HONDA SWX623 BLK 16 4DSD, LEXUS JSC108 BLK 01 MPVH, NISSAN SSF484 SIL 97 4DSD, SMRT RCS338 GRY 09 2DSD, TOYOTA NJB749 WHT 01 4DSD, VW PZD887 SIL 03 4DSD.
MARCH 15, 2017 0900 - ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D2),  410 OLIVE AVE,  WAHIAWA,  808-682-0770:  ACURA() VIN#JH4DC53893C015508 BLK 03 2DSD, BMW SRZ179 BLU 01 4DSD, CHEV CSL9 WHT 05 FLTBD, CHEV NFJ890 BLK 03 PVAN, CHEV NYZ225 WHT 05 MPVH, CHEV SGV666 WHT 95 PVAN, CHEV SPS106 GLD 03 4DSD, DODGE EWR070 RED 93 PKUP, DODGE() VIN#1B4GP44301B205231 WHT 01 PVAN, DODGE RJX359 SIL 00 PVAN, DODGE SCD913 GRY 06 PKUP, FORD CSL8 WHT 90 PKUP, FORD CSL37 WHT 03 PKUP, GMC DJ367 BLU 88 PVAN, HONDA 904XNZ BLK 10 PCMC, HONDA CZ352 GRY 99 PVAN, HONDA() VIN#1HGES26772L015226 RED 02 4DSD, HONDA RNS426 BLK 10 2DSD, HONDA() VIN#JHMCG55491C030291 SIL 01 4DSD, LEXUS SDB415 WHT 98 4DSD, LINC SBA376 SIL 06 PKUP, MAZDA FXG481 BLU 94 PKUP, NISSAN AE942 BLK 00 MPVH, NISSAN DF373 RED 92 MPVH, NISSAN JCT468 SIL 00 MPVH, NISSAN() VIN#JN1CA21D4WT605740 MAR 98 4D-SLVG, NISSAN RVR187 SIL 07 MPVH, TOYOTA 101UM GRY 08 4DSD, TOYOTA() VIN#JT2SV24E3K0263039 GLD 89 4DSD, VW JSJ653 BLU 01 4DSD, VW SCS248 BLU 02 4DSD.
MARCH 15, 2017 0900 - ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D3), 91-229 KOMOHANA ST, KAPOLEI, 808-682-0770:  ACURA NGA712 GRY 04 MPVH, ACURA RSN014 WHT 94 2DSD, ACURA RYB168 RED 95 4DSD, BMW JFD803 WHT 00 4DSD, BMW RBE008 WHT 94 4DSD, CADI SWY307 BLK 06 4DSD, CHEV JWV760 RED 02 MPVH, CHEV NCE694 BLK 96 MPVH, CHEV PFS851 GRN 96 MPVH, CHEV R8RFAN BLK 05 PKUP, CHEV RGE066 BLU 98 MPVH, CHRYS JCZ433 RED 99 4DSD, CHRYS() VIN#2C4GP44R74R600262 WHT 04 MPVH, DODGE MGX964 WHT 97 2DSD, DODGE PTJ037 WHT 99 PKUP, DODGE RNN934 RED 05 PVAN, EGIL FBP339 BLU 93 4DSW, FORD RGB278 WHT 99 PKUP, FORD RYX770 MAR 01 PKUP, FORD SBD050 BRN 99 PKUP, FORD SCT444 WHT 02 4DSD, GMC RGZ478 WHT 86 PKUP, HONDA() VIN#MLHPC446TE5102219 BLK 14 PCMC, HONDA() VIN#1HGED3656LA004875 GRY 90 4DSD, HONDA ERS568 BLK 92 4DSD, HONDA GCF033 BRN 93 4DSD, HONDA GDT970 BLU 96 4DSD, HONDA HDT519 SIL 02 4DSD, HONDA JFS352 GRN 00 4DSD, HONDA JRB742 GRN 01 2DSD, HONDA LILWTY(VA) BLK 06 PCMC, HONDA MJV904 GLD 96 4DSD, HONDA NPN667 BLU 93 4DSD, HONDA PTN267 GRY 00 PVAN, HONDA RFB815 BLK 99 4DSD, HONDA() VIN#1HGCB7157PA009360 GRN 93 2DSD, HONDA SDB369 SIL 98 4DSD, HONDA() VIN#2HGEJ6620TH543218 WHT 96 4D-SLVG, HONDA SPG614 WHT 93 4DSD, HONDA STG340 BLK 01 4D-SLVG, HONDA() VIN#1HGEJ8644XL007507 GRN 99 4DSD, HONDA STZ149 WHT 96 4DSD, HONDA SVX267 GRN 00 4DSD, HYUN JXJ419 RED 01 2DSD, HYUN NSU313 SIL 04 MPVH, HYUN NWP660 RED 05 MPVH, INFINI PVJ640 WHT 03 2DCP, INFINI() VIN#JNKCP11A1YT302038 BLK 00 4DSD, ISUZU MEC458 GRN 98 MPVH, ISUZU RVR728 SIL 01 MPVH, ISUZU() VIN#4S2CE58X624600759 BLK 02 MPVH, JAG DZ331 BLK 10 4DSD, JEEP GZS270 WHT 99 MPVH, JEEP HFA547 WHT 05 MPVH, JEEP () VIN#1JCWL7738ET146936 WHT 84 MPVH, JEEP PSE715 BLK 97 MPVH, KIA() VIN#KNADC125446294588 GRY 04 4DSD, KIA SZT826 SIL 02 4DSD, LEXUS() VIN#JT8UF11EXL0014622 SIL 90 4DSD, LEXUS GPD477 TAN 97 4DSD, LINC FDG020 GRY 82 4DSD, MAZDA GNR149 GLD 97 4DSD, MAZDA NCP628 GRN 03 4DSD, MAZDA SFS404 GRY 15 4DSW, MBENZ RRC468 SIL 03 4DSD, MBENZ SRB622 BRN 99 4D-SLVG, NISSAN GGY493 SIL 96 4DSD, NISSAN GNX779 GLD 97 MPVH, NISSAN JDD890 GRY 01 MPVH, NISSAN SBD532 SIL 00 4DSD, NISSAN SDR408 WHT 02 4D-SLVG, NISSAN SNP680 TAN 03 MPVH, NISSAN() VIN#1N4AL11D12C172886 GRY 02 4DSD, SATURN RTY975 GRY 08 MPVH, SATURN SBA747 GLD 98 4DSD, TOYOTA AG007 SIL 92 2DSW, TOYOTA() VIN#JTDBE32K540268266 BLU 04 4DSD, TOYOTA 612TVN BRN 02 PVAN, TOYOTA GSC143 GRY 97 4DSD, TOYOTA HBY860 BLU 02 4DSD, TOYOTA JCZ343 WHT 00 4DSD, TOYOTA JGE536 GLD 98 4DSD, TOYOTA JPP407 GRY 98 4D-SLVG, TOYOTA KTD596 SIL 01 4DSD, TOYOTA MKN624 WHT 04 PVAN, TOYOTA NJA592 MAR 98 4DSD, TOYOTA PVW012 MAR 00 4DSD, TOYOTA RCR007 BLK 03 4D-SLVG, TOYOTA() VIN#JT2TE72W3B5049507 BRN 81 4DSW, TOYOTA RWF846 GLD 00 4D-SLVG, TOYOTA SCD366 WHT 07 PVAN, TOYOTA SGJ659 WHT 01 4DSD, TOYOTA SGU026 GRY 95 4D-SLVG, TOYOTA SJA637 GRN 98 4DSD, TOYOTA() VIN#4T1BE32K03U154548 SIL 03 4DSD, VW DY091 BLK 01 2D-SLVG, VW CL6SSY BLU 06 4DSW-SLVG.
MARCH 15, 2017 0900 -  ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D4), 820 ISENBERG ST, HONOLULU, 808-682-0770: AUDI RNG296 SIL 01 4DSD, AUDI RVP036 BLK 98 4DSW, CADI PJD439 BLK 05 4DSD, CHEV CEE4503(NC) RED 09 4DSD, CHEV NZX513 BLK 06 PKUP, CHEV PTC814 BLU 08 4DSW, CHEV RSU601 SIL 96 PVAN, CHEV RTS822 WHT 00 VAN, CHRYS RDY294 RED 05 MPVH, DODGE JPG363 GRN 01 2DSW, DODGE PRU728 WHT 02 PVAN, DODGE RSN094 GRY 99 MPVH, FORD() VIN#1FTKR1AD8APA30121 WHT 10 PKUP, FORD GFB438 BLK 94 PKUP, FORD GRE062 TAN 86 PKUP, FORD HZN237 GRN 95 PVAN, FORD NWG479 WHT 96 VAN, FORD SPU172 WHT 00 2DSW, FORD SSG049 WHT 96 2DSW, GMC JYJ769 BLU 00 PKUP, HONDA() VIN#JHMCA5526HC064554 BLK 87 4DSD, HONDA GDZ907 GLD 96 4DSD, HONDA PYZ357 GLD 93 4DSD, ISUZU RGF632 MAR 01 MPVH, LEXUS SGD756 GLD 15 MPVH-SLVG, MAZDA GWS844 SIL 94 PVAN, MITSUB NDW984 BLK 02 MPVH, NISSAN GVA064 WHT 98 4DSD, NISSAN JRB593 SIL 01 4DSD, NISSAN SPG227 GLD 03 MPVH, NISSAN SZP676 GRY 03 4DSD, SATURN JRV860 BLU 01 4DSD, SUZUKI KBB920 GRY 92 4DSD, TOYOTA BA533 GRN 98 PKUP, TOYOTA FCE615 RED 92 4DSD, TOYOTA JWF218 GLD 02 MPVH, TOYOTA NBA175 SIL 03 4DSD, TOYOTA NFY851 GRN 04 MPVH, TOYOTA RFZ103 GRY 10 MPVH.
MARCH 15, 2017 0900 -  ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D5), 1040 MAKEPONO ST,  HONOLULU,  808-682-0770: ACURA EB092 BLK 13 4DSD, ACURA LEINC4 BLK 92 4DSD, ACURA SVV785 SIL 05 4DSD, AUDI() VIN#WAUED28DXWA190418 WHT 98 4D-SLVG, BMW SPG392 TAN 01 MPVH, BUICK() VIN#2G4WF14L6P1445355 BLK 93 2DSD, BUICK GRR591 WHT 97 4DSD, BUICK JFY076 GLD 00 4DSD, CADI SJA603 GLD 04 4DSD, CHEV DA787 GLD 04 4DSD, CHEV DCB1486(MI) SIL 08 4DSD, CHEV FBN283 WHT 90 PKUP-SLVG, CHEV JFV724 SIL 00 4DSD, CHEV JZD660 SIL 03 4DSD, CHEV PFP158 BLU 04 MPVH, CHEV() VIN#1G1ZS57N57F267103 BLU 07 4DSD, CHEV RSB252 RED 98 PVAN-SLVG, CHEV SVP523 ORG 07 2DSD, CHRYS JSHEL SIL 05 4DSD, CHRYS JJN093 PUR 97 PVAN, CHRYS MLF298 WHT 04 4DSD, CHRYS SWA674 SIL 10 4DSD, DODGE BF960 SIL 91 4DSD, DODGE 646TGE WHT 89 VAN, DODGE JYW162 WHT 03 4DSD, DODGE PVY687 BLU 04 PKUP, DODGE SRS712 BLU 01 PKUP, FORD 110TTG WHT 96 VAN, FORD 410TRA WHT 02 VAN, FORD 960TTP WHT 00 PKUP, FORD GBT025 GRN 95 MPVH, FORD GZV958 WHT 99 4DSW, FORD JBJ096 BLU 99 4DSD, FORD JSA934 SIL 02 MPVH, FORD JYC357 GRY 03 MPVH, FORD MLY013 WHT 04 MPVH, FORD MRG836 WHT 07 MPVH, FORD NBZ833 SIL 03 4D-SLVG, FORD NDB702 GLD 03 2DSW, FORD NDE110 PINK 00 2DCV, FORD NPG977 WHT 93 4DSD, FORD NYF296 WHT 03 MPVH, FORD SDC267 BLU 98 PKUP, FORD SSZ943 BLU 03 MPVH, FORD STN931 BLU 02 MPVH, FORD SYX126 BLU 02 PKUP, GMC() VIN#2GTEC19T311337722 GRN 01 PKUP, GMC PWN779 WHT 01 PVAN-SLVG, GMC RFU601 BLU 99 PKUP, GMC RWR101 WHT 99 PKUP, GMC SDB508 WHT 03 VAN, GMC SFZ154 WHT 98 VAN, HONDA() VIN#JH2PC371X5M202650 BLK 05 PCMC-SLVG, HONDA JTD698 SIL 02 4DSD, HONDA PDS003 BRN 02 PVAN-SLVG, HONDA SNT467 BLK 94 4D-SLVG, HYUN SGB468 SIL 05 4DSW, INFINI() VIN#JNKCV54EX3M213700 BLK 03 2DSD, INFINI STX020 GRY 03 4D-SLVG, ISUZU GYY303 RED 99 MPVH, ISUZU JGJ577 WHT 00 MPVH, JEEP SBS117 WHT 98 MPVH, LROVER MKR113 GLD 93 MPVH, LEXUS SRX469 GLD 97 4DSD, MAZDA NDS391 GRY 03 4DSD, MAZDA SRC782 BLK 00 PKUP-SLVG, MBENZ() VIN#WDBRF52H87A950258 BLK 07 4DSD, MBENZ PWW795 SIL 03 2DCP, MBENZ RRS204 SIL 01 MPVH, MBENZ RRW737 SIL 07 4DSD, MERC NYX660 BLU 95 2DSW-SLVG, NISSAN AE360 RED 93 4DSD, NISSAN CR494 RED 94 4DSD, NISSAN DZ450 BLU 92 4D-SLVG, NISSAN() VIN#1N4AB41D0XC733669 SIL 99 4DSD, NISSAN MME821 SIL 04 4DSD, NISSAN NVW941 GLD 00 4DSD, NISSAN PGJ623 BLU 96 PVAN, NISSAN PNW270 SIL 05 MPVH, NISSAN RJT969 SIL 06 MPVH, NISSAN() VIN#1N6SD11S3RC337368 GRY 94 PKUP, NISSAN RWE237 GRY 05 PKUP, NISSAN() VIN#5N1BV28U54N311182 GRY 04 PVAN, NISSAN RZU496 BRN 97 4DSD, NISSAN SJS644 SIL 98 4DSD, NISSAN SVV804 WHT 01 MPVH, PLYM SBP093 GRN 97 4D-SLVG, PONT EWT888 BLK 98 4DSD, PONT PFS757 BLK 97 2DSD, SATURN JTB923 BLK 01 4DSD, SATURN SCU070 WHT 02 4DSD, SATURN STG993 SIL 99 4DSD, SUZUKI RJR724 WHT 11 4DSD, TOYOTA FZC559 BLU 88 4DSW, TOYOTA GBG396 GRY 95 4DSD, TOYOTA() VIN#1NXBR12E3WZ019314 RED 98 4DSD, TOYOTA GVZ761 GRY 98 4DSD, TOYOTA KRV161 SIL 98 MPVH, TOYOTA MCB603 GRN 96 4DSD, TOYOTA NDA634 GRY 03 4DSD, TOYOTA PDP841 BLU 06 MPVH, TOYOTA RDJ053 BLU 95 2DSD, TOYOTA RWD356 WHT 97 4DSD, TOYOTA SNJ996 GLD 00 4DSD, TOYOTA STN114 BLK 95 MPVH, VW EB015 SIL 01 4DSD, VW HCF283 SIL 03 4DSD, VW JJW895 SIL 01 2DSD, VW RJZ101 SIL 02 4DSD, VOLVO JDU580 SIL 00 4DSD, VOLVO PRJ009 SIL 99 4DSW.
MARCH 15, 2017 0900 -  ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D6), 820 ISENBERG ST, HONOLULU,  808-682-0770:  CHEV MSZ444 GRY 08 4DSD, DODGE PNX961 WHT 00 VAN, HONDA GPS529 BLK 97 2DSD, JAG JVU409 BLU 02 4DSD, TOYOTA JPV989 SIL 01 4DSD, TOYOTA RGV234 WHT 96 4D-SLVG, TOYOTA SFY219 SIL 03 4DSD, VOLVO RFX182 MAR 00 4D-SLVG.
MARCH 15, 2017 0900 -  ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D7),  820 ISENBERG ST,  HONOLULU,  808-682-0770: ACURA AY476 GLD 93 4DSD, ACURA JRS361 GRY 01 MPVH, CHEV JBJ182 GLD 00 4DSD, CHEV() VIN#1GNES16S136209139 BLK 03 MPVH, CHRYS SYP819 BLU 05 MPVH, DODGE 360TTP WHT 94 2DSW, DODGE RPW448 GRN 95 PKUP, FIAT PWV466 RED 00 2DCV, FORD JRB978 GRN 98 MPVH, FORD JSC638 GRN 99 4DSD, FORD NBU489 SIL 03 4DSD, FORD RGA473 WHT 02 PKUP, GMC RFS825 BLK 04 MPVH, HONDA EBZ518 MAR 88 4DSD, HONDA JDG036 GRN 99 4DSD, HONDA KTA644 GRN 00 4DSW, HONDA NDB240 BLK 93 4DSD, HONDA NGB258 BLK 04 4DSD, HONDA PXV007 WHT 93 4DSD, HONDA RGS235 SIL 99 4DSD, JEEP SNT817 GRY 97 MPVH, KIA NBG893 GRN 03 4DSW, LEXUS() VIN#JT6GF10U5X0038699 WHT 99 MPVH, LEXUS SFA494 BLK 90 4DSD, LINC GGA449 BLK 96 4DSD, MAZDA RDA553 BLU 00 4DSD, NISSAN PGN881 BLU 98 MPVH, NISSAN PPF585 RED 07 4DSD, NISSAN RXV205 GRY 00 4DSD, PONT RNW136 SIL 04 4DSD, SATURN JJW122 GLD 01 4DSD, SATURN() VIN#1G8ZK5272TZ292088 MAR 96 4DSD, TOYOTA GVP983 GRN 91 2DSW, TOYOTA JSS244 BLU 01 4DSD, TOYOTA NWC984 BLU 91 4DSW, TOYOTA PNW281 GRY 05 4DSD, TOYOTA PXN881 GRN 94 4DSD, TOYOTA SCT361 BLK 90 2DSD, VW SVX716 WHT 03 4DSW.
MARCH 15, 2017 0900 - ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D8), 91-222 OLAI ST, KAPOLEI, 808-682-0770: 4DSD ACURA PPD791 WHT 89 4DSD, ACURA PSR184 GLD 00 4DSD, BUICK GTY779 SIL 98 4DSD, BUICK NFY286 SIL 97 4DSD, CHEV 937TRG BLK 04 PKUP, CHEV FBP264 WHT 93 PKUP, CHEV RGY370 BLU 03 PVAN, CHEV RSN085 BLK 96 PKUP, CHEV RVS741 BLK 94 PKUP, DODGE() VIN#2B4GP44G4XR306690 WHT 99 2DSW, DODGE SYP299 BLK 07 4DSD, DODGE SZE150 GRY 16 MPVH, FORD JJJ826 BLU 01 MPVH, FORD PFZ376 GRY 05 MPVH, FORD PWV120 BLK 02 PKUP, FORD PXP160 WHT 08 4DSD, FORD RSW770 WHT 00 PKUP, FORD SPJ394 BRN 02 MPVH-SLVG, HONDA BN755 BLK 94 4DSD, HONDA EA900 SIL 01 4DSD, HONDA() VIN#1HGCD5630TA207651 BLU 96 4DSD, HONDA JCB735 PUR 98 4DSD, HONDA JRS168 WHT 01 4DSD, HONDA NTR003 GRN 00 4DSD, HONDA RXF985 WHT 13 4DSD, HONDA ZAR969 BLU 03 MPVH, HYUN CT321 BLK 01 MPVH, HYUN() VIN#KMHHN65F14U115513 RED 04 2DSD, KAWA 620XGR RED 04 PCMC, KIA SDR380 SIL 05 4DSD, LEXUS RPU145 SIL 01 4DSD, LEXUS RXP532 GLD 93 4DSD, MAZDA RBX549 BLK 03 4DSD, MAZDA SFB553 BLU 96 PKUP, MBENZ RFA136 BLK 04 4D-SLVG, MITSUB NSD741 GRY 05 4DSD, NISSAN 022TRJ WHT 02 PVAN, NISSAN PBZ199 GLD 06 PVAN, NISSAN SDA446 BLU 98 4DSD, SUZUKI() VIN#JS1VS55A672110347 SIL 07 PCMC, TOYOTA FSD571 BLU 89 4DSD, TOYOTA JFV930 BRN 01 4DSD, TOYOTA JTW784 BLK 89 PKUP, TOYOTA PNE623 RED 97 PKUP, TOYOTA SGJ122 GRY 06 4DSD, VW NBB398 WHT 02 4DSW, VOLVO() VIN#YV1LS5679W2553326 SIL 98 4DSD.
MARCH 15, 2017 0900 -  ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D8), 85-1330 WAIANAE VALLEY RD, WAIANAE, 808-682-0770: ACURA() VIN#19UYA2254VL004726 WHT 97 2DSD, ACURA NSG751 WHT 91 4DSD, CHEV GWE858 WHT 98 MPVH, CHEV() VIN#2GCEC13TX51255260 BLU 05 PKUP, DODGE 335TVR GLD 05 PKUP, DODGE GTP005 WHT 98 4DSD, DODGE() VIN#1B4GP44321B205215 SIL 01 PVAN, DODGE PWY195 BLU 09 4DSD, DODGE() VIN#1B3ES46C3YD796032 SIL 00 4DSD, DODGE SSG404 BLU 03 4DSD, FORD 058TNN WHT 93 VAN, FORD GAS084 GLD 95 2DSW, FORD JWU358 WHT 01 4DSD, FORD MBW236 BLK 97 PKUP, FORD() VIN#1FMYU70E51UB98706 WHT 01 MPVH, FORD PZR810 WHT 05 4DSD, HONDA EGZ336 GRN 92 4DSD, HONDA FNN833 RED 87 2DSD, HONDA GAR616 GRN 95 4DSD, HONDA() VIN#1HGCD5653TA005047 GRN 96 4DSD, HONDA() VIN#JHMEJ6678WS012645 SIL 98 4DSD, HONDA() VIN#JHMCB7656NC055978 BLK 92 4DSD, HONDA() VIN#1HGCF86622A080163 BLU 02 4DSD, HONDA RPV173 BLU 96 4DSD, HONDA() VIN#JHMCD5656SC040276 WHT 95 4D-SLVG, HONDA SGU319 SIL 99 4DSD, HYUN RTZ742 BLU 12 4DSD, JAG JBP717 GRN 97 4DSD, MITSUB RJW050 WHT 07 4DSD, NISSAN() VIN#1N4AB41D0SC710126 WHT 95 4DSD, NISSAN() VIN#3N1BB51D91L108819 BLK 01 4DSD, NISSAN() VIN#1N4AL11D42C130955 GLD 02 4DSD, NISSAN RPT519 GRN 02 4DSD, NISSAN() VIN#JN1CA21D9WT510638 WHT 98 4DSD, NISSAN ZCV860 GRN 00 PVAN, SATURN GTE092 BLK 97 2DSD, SUBARU() VIN#JF1GC2442PK507369 GRN 93 4D-SLVG, SUZUKI() VIN#JS3TD62V3Y4103562 BLU 00 MPVH-SLVG, SUZUKI() VIN#JS3TE947864101266 WHT 06 MPVH, TOYOTA JBR616 GLD 99 4DSD, TOYOTA NTW485 WHT 93 4DSD, TOYOTA PYB640 WHT 97 4DSD, TOYOTA RDJ271 WHT 98 4D-SLVG, VW JTT692 SIL 02.
MARCH 16, 2017 0900 -  ALBERTS TOWING (AV/DER), 91-209 KUHELA ST, KAPOLEI, 808-682-0580:  BMW FGZ737 BLU 90 4DSD, CHEV SRJ723 BLK 98 PKUP-SLVG, CHRYS RCS543 BLU 03 4DSD, DODGE JTU815 BLU 01 4DSD, FORD AX023 GRN 99 4DSD, FORD BY549 GRY 02 2DSD, FORD GAC512 BLU 92 4DSD, FORD JGW931 WHT 96 PKUP-SLVG, GMC STP751 RED 01 MPVH, HONDA() VIN#1HGCD5602VA160356 SIL 97 4DSD, ISUZU PNJ526 MAR 05 MPVH, NISSAN() VIN#1N4BU31D4SC178131 BLU 95 4DSD, PLYM PPJ563 GRN 00 4DSD, PONT JXN861 SIL 03 4DSD, TOYOTA FBD310 TAN 93 4DSD, TOYOTA FJJ587 GLD 94 4DSD, TOYOTA PGS338 GRY 06 MPVH, YAMAHA() VIN#JYA2WEE0XNA020315 BLK 92 PCMC.

(SA969532     3/8/17)~


DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL
STATE OF HAWAII
NOTICE OF INTENT TO ADMINISTRATIVELY FORFEIT PROPERTY

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE PERSONS IDENTIFIED HEREIN AND ALL OTHERS WHO MAY HAVE AN INTEREST that administrative forfeiture proceedings have been commenced against the property listed herein by the filing with the Attorney General of Petitions for Administrative Forfeiture pursuant to Chapter 712A, (Hawaii Omnibus Criminal Forfeiture Act), Hawaii Revised Statutes ("HRS"). The appearance of names of persons and business entities in this notice does not mean that they are criminal suspects; it only means that the state believes they may have an interest in the described property.
1.  DONOVAN CAMERON-RAY & FIRST HAWAIIAN BANK
Property Seized: $91.00 U.S. Currency; 2011 Toyota Tacoma Access Cab Pickup, KBH-746, VIN: 5TFUX4EN3BX007740 (Est. Value: $20,977.00) (Agg. Value: $21,068.00)
Date of Seizure: 5/16/16; 7/26/16
Place of Seizure: Fronting 4581 Kukui St., Kapaa, HI
Violation:  712-1241 & 712-1244, HRS
2.  HARRY KAPU, JR.
Property Seized: 2005 Honda Accord Sedan, KWW-971, VIN: 1HGCM56415A148881 (Est. Value:  $1,600.00)
Date of Seizure: 9/13/16; 10/31/16
Place of Seizure: Lele Rd., Hanapepe, HI
Violation:  712-1242, HRS
3.  JAMES KNAPP & HELMUT KNAPP
Property Seized: $101.00 in U.S. Currency; 1993 Toyota Extra Cab Pickup, FCZ-778, VIN:  JT4RN93P0P5086753 (Est. Value:  $2,088.00)
Date of Seizure: 4/12/16; 12/2/16
Place of Seizure: Eleele, HI
Violation: 712-1243, HRS
4.  CHERI NUMAZAWA & MELISSA GWINNER
Property Seized: $1,273.00 in U.S. Currency
Date of Seizure: 4/25/16; 12/8/16
Place of Seizure: Kealia Beach, Kapaa, HI
Violation:  712-1243, HRS
5.  HAROLD BUMAGAT
Property Seized: $2,969.00 in U.S. Currency; 2008 Toyota Scion XB MPVH, RDC-609, VIN:  JTLKE50E981060548 (Est. Value:  $4,312.00)
Date of Seizure: 7/4/16; 12/21/16
Place of Seizure: 4284 Mano St., Lihue, HI
Violation:  712-1242, HRS
6.  JENNIFER CARVALHO & MELODY PACANAS
Property Seized: $240.00 in U.S. Currency; 1996 Honda Civic, DF892, VIN: 2HGEJ644XTH111322 (Est. Value: $1,042.00)
Date of Seizure: 10/30/15; 12/21/16
Place of Seizure: Hauaala Rd., Kapaa, HI
Violation:  712-1242, HRS
7.  GABRIEL LEMAY
Property Seized: 2006 Toyota Tacoma SR5 4X4 Pickup, KAT-577, VIN:  5TEMU52N86Z251563 (Est. Value:  $12,548.00)
Date of Seizure: 8/17/16; 12/21/16
Place of Seizure: Kealia Rd., Kealia, HI
Violation:  712-1243, HRS

INSTRUCTIONS TO CLAIMANTS

Persons claiming an interest in the property listed herein may do one, and only one, of the following:
1) The Claimant may do nothing, in which case the property will be administratively forfeited; or
2) The Claimant may file a Petition for Remission or Mitigation. A Petition for Remission or Mitigation admits that the property is subject to forfeiture but asks the Attorney General to pardon the property, in whole or in part, due to extenuating circumstances. The Attorney General’s decision is final, not subject to appeal, and may be made without a hearing. A Petition for Remission or Mitigation must be signed by the petitioner and sworn on oath before a notary public, and shall contain the following:
  a) A reasonably complete description of the property;
  b) A statement of the interest of the petitioner in the property, as owner or interest-holder, which may   be supported by bills of sale, contracts, or mortgages, or other documentary evidence; and
  c) Facts and circumstances sufficient to show whether the petitioner:
  i) owns or holds an interest as defined by Section 712A-1, HRS, in the seized property;
  ii) had any knowledge that the property was or would be involved in any violation of the law;
  iii) had any knowledge of the particular violation which subjected the property to seizure and   forfeiture;
  iv) had any knowledge that the user of the property had any record, including arrests, except where   the person was acquitted or the charges dismissed due to lack of evidence, for the violation   which subjected the property to seizure and forfeiture or for any crime which is similar in nature.
The Attorney General will inquire into the facts and circumstances alleged in the Petition for Remission or Mitigation ("Petition"), if one is filed, and provide a written decision on the Petition within sixty days. If the circumstances of the case require more time, the Petitioner will be notified in writing, within the sixty day period of the circumstances requiring more time, and be further notified of the expected decision date; or
3) The Claimant may seek judicial determination of the forfeiture by filing a claim and cost or in pauperis bond.  A claim shall be signed by the claimant and sworn on oath before a notary public and shall comply with the requirements of Section 712A-12(5), HRS.  Specifically, the claim shall be signed by the claimant and sworn on oath before a notary public and shall set forth all the following:
  a) The name of the claimant;
  b) The address at which the claimant will accept future mailings from the court or the prosecuting   attorney;
  c) The nature and extent of the claimant’s interest in the property;
  d) The time, transferor and circumstances of the claimant’s acquisition of the interest in the property;
  e) The specific provisions of Chapter 712A, HRS, relied on in asserting that the property seized for   forfeiture is not subject to forfeiture;
  f) Facts supporting each assertion that the property is not subject to forfeiture;
  g) Any additional facts supporting the claimant’s claim; and
  h) The precise relief sought. 
The claim must be accompanied by a cost bond in the amount of $2,500.00 or ten percent of the estimated value of the property, whichever is greater, or an in pauperis bond consisting of a declaration in the form of and containing the elements specified in the Appendix to the Hawaii Rules of Penal Procedure.
Upon receipt of a claim and bond, which substantially comply with the foregoing requirements, the Attorney General will notify the Prosecuting Attorney who may either petition the Circuit Court for forfeiture of the property within forty-five (45) days of receipt of notice that a proper claim and bond has been filed, or may elect to honor the claim and forego further forfeiture proceedings.  If the Prosecuting Attorney forgoes further proceedings, the seizing agency will be authorized to release the property, or some specified interest in it.  If the Prosecuting Attorney petitions the circuit court for forfeiture and the claimant fails to prove that his/her interest is exempt from forfeiture under Section 712A-5, HRS, the claimant shall pay the State’s costs and expenses, including reasonable attorneys fees incurred in connection with a judicial proceeding.

*    *    *    *    *    *

A Petition for Remission or Mitigation, or a claim and cost or in pauperis bond must be filed with the Attorney General at the address specified below within thirty days after the date of publication of this notice or actual receipt of the Petition for Administrative Forfeiture, whichever occurs first.  No extension of the filing deadline may be granted for owners or interest-holders who wish to file a Petition for Remission or Mitigation.  However, for a claim, one (1) extension of thirty (30) days for filing of the claim may be granted upon a written request demonstrating good cause provided that the request is received by the Attorney General within the thirty (30) day period for filing a claim.
Notice is also hereby given that the property will be forfeited to the State of Hawaii if a petition for remission or mitigation, or a claim and cost or in pauperis bond, is not filed with the Attorney General in substantial compliance with Sections 712A-10 and 712A-12(5), HRS.
      Department of the Attorney General
      Civil Recoveries Division
      425 Queen Street
      Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
      DATED: March 6, 2017
      DOUGLAS S. CHIN
      Attorney General
      State of Hawaii

(TGI968257     3/6/17)~


NOTICE OF DISPOSAL

    VEHICLE  PLATE            VIN REGISTERED OWNER
1999 SIL NISSAN MPVH   JFT856 JN8AR05SXXW292806 KYLE MERRIAM
1999 WHT MERC 4DSD KAD251 1MEFM50U3XG660693 KATHY O SCHUSTER
1997 GRN HOND MPVH DP4227 JHLRD1840VC007743 MAE & EDWARD BANASIHAN, SR
1997 GRN HOND MPVH DP4227 JHLRD1840VC007743 ONE MAIN FINANCIAL/BANASIHAN
1993 GOL BMW 4DSD MSY830 WBAHD6317PBJ91927 ERIC S ROBERTS
2000 RED DODGE MPVH KBP421 1B4HS28N2YF267395 TRICIA E ARANETA
2012 BLU NISSAN 2DSD RRU837 1N4AL2EP3CC187353 EVAN D ELSING
2006 BLK TOYT MPVH-SLVG KZG031 JTLKT334364037369 CHRISTINE BUMANGLAG
1997 RED FORD PKUP KYD270 1FTHX26G4VEA21684 OANA ROSSITER
1999 BRN NISS 4DSD JBJ661 N4DL01D5XC186594 RHYS NAKAKURA
1999 BRN NISS 4DSD JBJ661 1N4DL01D5XC186594 KCFCU/NAKAKURA
2001 MAR MERZ MPVH KYX232 4JGAB72E31A235001 PALOR BURTON
2001 SIL MAZDA PROTÉGÉ KAY005 NM1BJ222310430865 ROCA TIMOTEO PEREZ
1995 RED FORD 4DSD KVP151 1FALP5344SA118253 URSINA FRITSCHI
1998 GRN PLYM 2DSW KRZ444 2P4GP2437WR800833 RENEE L TYLER
2004 SIL MAZD 4DSD KVU359 JM1BK123641120627 LIVINGSTON I ROWAN
2003 BRN CHEV PKUP KVK167 1GCCT19X738188130 TRESTON K SAGOCIO
1993 ORN FORD PKUP KTR908 1FTCR11X9PTA01418 THOMAS J O GATEHOUSE
1997 RED GEO 2DSD KBE249 2C1MR2298V6752894 LISA KAPUMAU
1994 BLK BMW4DSD NONE NONE UNKNOWN
BLK BMW 4DSD KCZ546 MASTER NOT FOUND MASTER NOT FOUND
2002 BLU CHEV MPVH KYU299 1GNDT13S222244954 TONI J E DUARTE
1998 GRN CHEV 4DSD
  KAT715  1G1ND52M0W6164550 RACHEL K CORREA
1991 BLK NISSAN MPVH
EDR552  JN8HD17Y9MW006718 PAUL MARTINEZ

Our records indicate the above vehicles have been towed as a result of being ABANDONED for 24 or more hours and are availablefor release. Attempts to contact owners have been unsuccessful. Please contact the Kauai Police Department RECORDS DEPARTMENT to arrange payment for towed vehicle at the Lihue Police Station located at 3990 Kaana Street, Ste. 200, Lihue Kauai, HI, to expedite your claim.

Office Hours:  8:00 AM to 4:00 PM, Monday through Friday

  Telephone:  (808) 241-1901 (Closed on all legal holidays)

All vehicles not arranged for pickup within 24 hours of this publication will be sold or disposed of as junk.
(Hawaii Revised Statutes 290-11)

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

(TGI969042     3/2/17)~


NOTICE OF INTENTION TO DISQUALIFY THE AMERICAN SHOPPING PARTY

I, SCOTT T. NAGO, Chief Election Officer of the State of Hawaii, hereby provide this notice of intention to disqualify the American Shopping Party due to it not meeting the requirements of Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS) §11-61(b). Specifically, it did not satisfy at least one of the following vote requirements:

1. at least ten per cent of all votes cast for any of the offices voted upon by all   the voters in the State; or in at least fifty per cent of the congressional   districts; or

2. at least four per cent of all the votes cast for all the offices of state senator   statewide; or

3. at least four per cent of all the votes cast for all the offices of state   representative statewide; or

4. at least two per cent of all the votes cast for all the offices of state senate   and all the offices of state representative combined statewide.

If an officer of the party whose name is on file with the chief election officer desires a hearing on this notice of intention to disqualify, the officer of the party shall, not later than 4:30 p.m. on the tenth day after service by mail or not later than 4:30 p.m. on the tenth day after the last day upon which the public notice is given in any county, whichever is later, file an affidavit with the chief election officer setting forth facts showing the reasons why the party should not be disqualified. The chief election officer shall call a hearing not later than twenty days following receipt of the affidavit. The chief election officer shall notify by certified or registered mail the officer of the party who filed the affidavit of the date, time, and place of the hearing. In addition, public notice of the hearing shall be given not later than five days prior to the day of the hearing. The chief election officer shall render the chief election officer’s decision not later than 4:30 p.m. on the seventh day following the hearing. If the party does not file the affidavit within the time specified, this notice of intention to disqualify shall constitute final disqualification. A party thus disqualified shall have the right to requalify as a new party by following the procedures of HRS §11-62.

        IN WITNESS WHEREOF,  I have hereunto set
                my hand and caused the Great Seal of the
                State of Hawaii to be affixed.

        DONE at the Office of Elections, in Pearl City,
        State of Hawaii, this twenty fourth day of             February 2017.

                            SCOTT T. NAGO, Chief Election Officer
                                                                    State of Hawaii

(TGI962464     2/27/17)~


NOTICE OF INTENTION TO DISQUALIFY THE AMERICAN SHOPPING PARTY

I, SCOTT T. NAGO, Chief Election Officer of the State of Hawaii, hereby provide this notice of intention to disqualify the American Shopping Party due to it not meeting the requirements of Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS) §11-61(b). Specifically, it did not satisfy at least one of the following vote requirements:

1. at least ten per cent of all votes cast for any of the offices voted upon by all   the voters in the State; or in at least fifty per cent of the congressional   districts; or

2. at least four per cent of all the votes cast for all the offices of state senator   statewide; or

3. at least four per cent of all the votes cast for all the offices of state   representative statewide; or

4. at least two per cent of all the votes cast for all the offices of state senate   and all the offices of state representative combined statewide.

If an officer of the party whose name is on file with the chief election officer desires a hearing on this notice of intention to disqualify, the officer of the party shall, not later than 4:30 p.m. on the tenth day after service by mail or not later than 4:30 p.m. on the tenth day after the last day upon which the public notice is given in any county, whichever is later, file an affidavit with the chief election officer setting forth facts showing the reasons why the party should not be disqualified. The chief election officer shall call a hearing not later than twenty days following receipt of the affidavit. The chief election officer shall notify by certified or registered mail the officer of the party who filed the affidavit of the date, time, and place of the hearing. In addition, public notice of the hearing shall be given not later than five days prior to the day of the hearing. The chief election officer shall render the chief election officer’s decision not later than 4:30 p.m. on the seventh day following the hearing. If the party does not file the affidavit within the time specified, this notice of intention to disqualify shall constitute final disqualification. A party thus disqualified shall have the right to requalify as a new party by following the procedures of HRS §11-62.

        IN WITNESS WHEREOF,  I have hereunto set
                my hand and caused the Great Seal of the
                State of Hawaii to be affixed.

        DONE at the Office of Elections, in Pearl City,
        State of Hawaii, this twenty fourth dayof             February 2017.

                            SCOTT T. NAGO, Chief Election Officer
                                                                    State of Hawaii

(WHT962460     2/27/17)~


NOTICE OF INTENTION TO DISQUALIFY THE AMERICAN SHOPPING PARTY

I, SCOTT T. NAGO, Chief Election Officer of the State of Hawaii, hereby provide this notice of intention to disqualify the American Shopping Party due to it not meeting the requirements of Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS) §11-61(b). Specifically, it did not satisfy at least one of the following vote requirements:

1. at least ten per cent of all votes cast for any of the offices voted upon by all   the voters in the State; or in at least fifty per cent of the congressional   districts; or

2. at least four per cent of all the votes cast for all the offices of state senator   statewide; or

3. at least four per cent of all the votes cast for all the offices of state   representative statewide; or

4. at least two per cent of all the votes cast for all the offices of state senate   and all the offices of state representative combined statewide.

If an officer of the party whose name is on file with the chief election officer desires a hearing on this notice of intention to disqualify, the officer of the party shall, not later than 4:30 p.m. on the tenth day after service by mail or not later than 4:30 p.m. on the tenth day after the last day upon which the public notice is given in any county, whichever is later, file an affidavit with the chief election officer setting forth facts showing the reasons why the party should not be disqualified. The chief election officer shall call a hearing not later than twenty days following receipt of the affidavit. The chief election officer shall notify by certified or registered mail the officer of the party who filed the affidavit of the date, time, and place of the hearing. In addition, public notice of the hearing shall be given not later than five days prior to the day of the hearing. The chief election officer shall render the chief election officer’s decision not later than 4:30 p.m. on the seventh day following the hearing. If the party does not file the affidavit within the time specified, this notice of intention to disqualify shall constitute final disqualification. A party thus disqualified shall have the right to requalify as a new party by following the procedures of HRS §11-62.

        IN WITNESS WHEREOF,  I have hereunto set
                my hand and caused the Great Seal of the
                State of Hawaii to be affixed.

        DONE at the Office of Elections, in Pearl City,
        State of Hawaii, this twenty fourth day of             February 2017.

                            SCOTT T. NAGO, Chief Election Officer
                                                                    State of Hawaii

(HTH962459     2/27/17)~


NOTICE OF INTENTION TO DISQUALIFY
THE CONSTITUTION PARTY OF HAWAII

I, SCOTT T. NAGO, Chief Election Officer of the State of Hawaii, hereby provide this notice of intention to disqualify the Constitution Party of Hawaii due to it not meeting the requirements of Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS) §11-61(b). Specifically, it did not satisfy at least one of the following vote requirements:

1. at least ten per cent of all votes cast for any of the offices voted upon by all   the voters in the State; or in at least fifty per cent of the congressional   districts; or

2. at least four per cent of all the votes cast for all the offices of state senator   statewide; or

3. at least four per cent of all the votes cast for all the offices of state   representative statewide; or

4. at least two per cent of all the votes cast for all the offices of state senate   and all the offices of state representative combined statewide.

If an officer of the party whose name is on file with the chief election officer desires a hearing on this notice of intention to disqualify, the officer of the party shall, not later than 4:30 p.m. on the tenth day after service by mail or not later than 4:30 p.m. on the tenth day after the last day upon which the public notice is given in any county, whichever is later, file an affidavit with the chief election officer setting forth facts showing the reasons why the party should not be disqualified. The chief election officer shall call a hearing not later than twenty days following receipt of the affidavit. The chief election officer shall notify by certified or registered mail the officer of the party who filed the affidavit of the date, time, and place of the hearing. In addition, public notice of the hearing shall be given not later than five days prior to the day of the hearing. The chief election officer shall render the chief election officer’s decision not later than 4:30 p.m. on the seventh day following the hearing. If the party does not file the affidavit within the time specified, this notice of intention to disqualify shall constitute final disqualification. A party thus disqualified shall have the right to requalify as a new party by following the procedures of HRS §11-62.

        IN WITNESS WHEREOF,  I have hereunto set
                my hand and caused the Great Seal of the
                State of Hawaii to be affixed.

        DONE at the Office of Elections, in Pearl City,
            State of Hawaii, this twenty fourth day of
            February 2017.

                    SCOTT T. NAGO, Chief Election Officer
                                                                  State of Hawaii

(TGI962423   2/27/17)~


NOTICE OF INTENTION TO DISQUALIFY
THE CONSTITUTION PARTY OF HAWAII

I, SCOTT T. NAGO, Chief Election Officer of the State of Hawaii, hereby provide this notice of intention to disqualify the Constitution Party of Hawaii due to it not meeting the requirements of Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS) §11-61(b). Specifically, it did not satisfy at least one of the following vote requirements:

1. at least ten per cent of all votes cast for any of the offices voted upon by all   the voters in the State; or in at least fifty per cent of the congressional   districts; or

2. at least four per cent of all the votes cast for all the offices of state senator   statewide; or

3. at least four per cent of all the votes cast for all the offices of state   representative statewide; or

4. at least two per cent of all the votes cast for all the offices of state senate   and all the offices of state representative combined statewide.

If an officer of the party whose name is on file with the chief election officer desires a hearing on this notice of intention to disqualify, the officer of the party shall, not later than 4:30 p.m. on the tenth day after service by mail or not later than 4:30 p.m. on the tenth day after the last day upon which the public notice is given in any county, whichever is later, file an affidavit with the chief election officer setting forth facts showing the reasons why the party should not be disqualified. The chief election officer shall call a hearing not later than twenty days following receipt of the affidavit. The chief election officer shall notify by certified or registered mail the officer of the party who filed the affidavit of the date, time, and place of the hearing. In addition, public notice of the hearing shall be given not later than five days prior to the day of the hearing. The chief election officer shall render the chief election officer’s decision not later than 4:30 p.m. on the seventh day following the hearing. If the party does not file the affidavit within the time specified, this notice of intention to disqualify shall constitute final disqualification. A party thus disqualified shall have the right to requalify as a new party by following the procedures of HRS §11-62.

        IN WITNESS WHEREOF,  I have hereunto set
                my hand and caused the Great Seal of the
                State of Hawaii to be affixed.

        DONE at the Office of Elections, in Pearl City,
            State of Hawaii, this twenty fourth day of
            February 2017.

                    SCOTT T. NAGO, Chief Election Officer
                                                                  State of Hawaii

(WHT962421   2/27/17)~


NOTICE OF INTENTION TO DISQUALIFY
THE CONSTITUTION PARTY OF HAWAII

I, SCOTT T. NAGO, Chief Election Officer of the State of Hawaii, hereby provide this notice of intention to disqualify the Constitution Party of Hawaii due to it not meeting the requirements of Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS) §11-61(b). Specifically, it did not satisfy at least one of the following vote requirements:

1. at least ten per cent of all votes cast for any of the offices voted upon by all   the voters in the State; or in at least fifty per cent of the congressional   districts; or

2. at least four per cent of all the votes cast for all the offices of state senator   statewide; or

3. at least four per cent of all the votes cast for all the offices of state   representative statewide; or

4. at least two per cent of all the votes cast for all the offices of state senate   and all the offices of state representative combined statewide.

If an officer of the party whose name is on file with the chief election officer desires a hearing on this notice of intention to disqualify, the officer of the party shall, not later than 4:30 p.m. on the tenth day after service by mail or not later than 4:30 p.m. on the tenth day after the last day upon which the public notice is given in any county, whichever is later, file an affidavit with the chief election officer setting forth facts showing the reasons why the party should not be disqualified. The chief election officer shall call a hearing not later than twenty days following receipt of the affidavit. The chief election officer shall notify by certified or registered mail the officer of the party who filed the affidavit of the date, time, and place of the hearing. In addition, public notice of the hearing shall be given not later than five days prior to the day of the hearing. The chief election officer shall render the chief election officer’s decision not later than 4:30 p.m. on the seventh day following the hearing. If the party does not file the affidavit within the time specified, this notice of intention to disqualify shall constitute final disqualification. A party thus disqualified shall have the right to requalify as a new party by following the procedures of HRS §11-62.

        IN WITNESS WHEREOF,  I have hereunto set
                my hand and caused the Great Seal of the
                State of Hawaii to be affixed.

        DONE at the Office of Elections, in Pearl City,
            State of Hawaii, this twenty fourth day of
            February 2017.

                    SCOTT T. NAGO, Chief Election Officer
                                                                  State of Hawaii

(HTH962419   2/27/17)~


NOTICE OF INTENTION TO DISQUALIFY THE HAWAII INDEPENDENT PARTY

I, SCOTT T. NAGO, Chief Election Officer of the State of Hawaii, hereby provide this notice of intention to disqualify the Hawaii Independent Party due to it not meeting the requirements of Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS) §11-61(b). Specifically, it did not have candidates running for any office in HRS §11-61(b) whose term had expired. The offices in HRS §11-61(b) are U.S. Representative and any office voted upon by all the voters in the State. If it had met this requirement, it would still have been required to satisfy at least one of the following vote requirements:

1. at least ten per cent of all votes cast for any of the offices voted upon by all   the voters in the State; or in at least fifty per cent of the congressional   districts; or

2. at least four per cent of all the votes cast for all the offices of state senator   statewide; or

3. at least four per cent of all the votes cast for all the offices of state   representative statewide; or

4. at least two per cent of all the votes cast for all the offices of state senate   and all the offices of state representative combined statewide.

If an officer of the party whose name is on file with the chief election officer desires a hearing on this notice of intention to disqualify, the officer of the party shall, not later than 4:30 p.m. on the tenth day after service by mail or not later than 4:30 p.m. on the tenth day after the last day upon which the public notice is given in any county, whichever is later, file an affidavit with the chief election officer setting forth facts showing the reasons why the party should not be disqualified. The chief election officer shall call a hearing not later than twenty days following receipt of the affidavit. The chief election officer shall notify by certified or registered mail the officer of the party who filed the affidavit of the date, time, and place of the hearing. In addition, public notice of the hearing shall be given not later than five days prior to the day of the hearing. The chief election officer shall render the chief election officer’s decision not later than 4:30 p.m. on the seventh day following the hearing. If the party does not file the affidavit within the time specified, this notice of intention to disqualify shall constitute final disqualification. A party thus disqualified shall have the right to requalify as a new party by following the procedures of HRS §11-62.

          IN WITNESS WHEREOF,  I have hereunto set
                    my hand and caused the Great Seal of the
                State of Hawaii to be affixed.

          DONE at the Office of Elections, in Pearl City,
          State of Hawaii, this twenty fourth day of             February 2017.

        SCOTT T. NAGO, Chief Election Officer
                                          State of Hawaii

(TGI962345     2/27/17)~


NOTICE OF INTENTION TO DISQUALIFY THE HAWAII INDEPENDENT PARTY

I, SCOTT T. NAGO, Chief Election Officer of the State of Hawaii, hereby provide this notice of intention to disqualify the Hawaii Independent Party due to it not meeting the requirements of Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS) §11-61(b). Specifically, it did not have candidates running for any office in HRS §11-61(b) whose term had expired. The offices in HRS §11-61(b) are U.S. Representative and anyoffice voted upon by all the voters in the State. If it had met this requirement, it would still have been required to satisfy at least one of the following vote requirements:

1. at least ten per cent of all votes cast for any of the offices voted upon by all   the voters in the State; or in at least fifty per cent of the congressional   districts; or

2. at least four per cent of all the votes cast for all the offices of state senator   statewide; or

3. at least four per cent of all the votes cast for all the offices of state   representative statewide; or

4. at least two per cent of all the votes cast for all the offices of state senate   and all the offices of state representative combined statewide.

If an officer of the party whose name is on file with the chief election officer desires a hearing on this notice of intention to disqualify, the officer of the party shall, not later than 4:30 p.m. on the tenth day after service by mail or not later than 4:30 p.m. on the tenth day after the last day upon which the public notice is given in any county, whichever is later, file an affidavit with the chief election officer setting forth facts showing the reasons why the party should not be disqualified. The chief election officer shall call a hearing not later than twenty days following receipt of the affidavit. The chief election officer shall notify by certified or registered mail the officer of the party who filed the affidavit of the date, time, and place of the hearing. In addition, public notice of the hearing shall be given not later than five days prior to the day of the hearing. The chief election officer shall render the chief election officer’s decision not later than 4:30 p.m. on the seventh day following the hearing. If the party does not file the affidavit within the time specified, this notice of intention to disqualify shall constitute final disqualification. A party thus disqualified shall have the right to requalify as a new party by following the procedures of HRS §11-62.

          IN WITNESS WHEREOF,  I have hereunto set
                    my hand and caused the Great Seal of the
                State of Hawaii to be affixed.

          DONE at the Office of Elections, in Pearl City,
          State of Hawaii, this twenty fourth day of             February 2017.

        SCOTT T. NAGO, Chief Election Officer
                                          State of Hawaii

(WHT962342     2/27/17)~


NOTICE OF INTENTION TO DISQUALIFY THE HAWAII INDEPENDENT PARTY

I, SCOTT T. NAGO, Chief Election Officer of the State of Hawaii, hereby provide this notice of intention to disqualify the Hawaii Independent Party due to it not meeting the requirements of Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS) §11-61(b). Specifically, it did not have candidates running for any office in HRS §11-61(b) whose term had expired. The offices in HRS §11-61(b) are U.S. Representative and any office voted upon by all the voters in the State. If it had met this requirement, it would still have been required to satisfy at least one of the following vote requirements:

1. at least ten per cent of all votes cast for any of the offices voted upon by all   the voters in the State; or in at least fifty per cent of the congressional   districts; or

2. at least four per cent of all the votes cast for all the offices of state senator   statewide; or

3. at least four per cent of all the votes cast for all the offices of state   representative statewide; or

4. at least two per cent of all the votes cast for all the offices of state senate   and all the offices of state representative combined statewide.

If an officer of the party whose name is on file with the chief election officer desires a hearing on this notice of intention to disqualify, the officer of the party shall, not later than 4:30 p.m. on the tenth day after service by mail or not later than 4:30 p.m. on the tenth day after the last day upon which the public notice is given in any county, whichever is later, file an affidavit with the chief election officer setting forth facts showing the reasons why the party should not be disqualified. The chief election officer shall call a hearing not later than twenty days following receipt of the affidavit. The chief election officer shall notify by certified or registered mail the officer of the party who filed the affidavit of the date, time, and place of the hearing. In addition, public notice of the hearing shall be given not later than five days prior to the day of the hearing. The chief election officer shall render the chief election officer’s decision not later than 4:30 p.m. on the seventh day following the hearing. If the party does not file the affidavit within the time specified, this notice of intention to disqualify shall constitute final disqualification. A party thus disqualified shall have the right to requalify as a new party by following the procedures of HRS §11-62.

          IN WITNESS WHEREOF,  I have hereunto set
                    my hand and caused the Great Seal of the
                State of Hawaii to be affixed.

          DONE at the Office of Elections, in Pearl City,
          State of Hawaii, this twenty fourth day of             February 2017.

        SCOTT T. NAGO, Chief Election Officer
                                          State of Hawaii

(HTH962341     2/27/17)~


NOTICE OF INTENTION TO DISQUALIFY THE HAWAII INDEPENDENT PARTY

I, SCOTT T. NAGO, Chief Election Officer of the State of Hawaii, hereby provide this notice of intention to disqualify the Hawaii Independent Party due to it not meeting the requirements of Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS) §11-61(b). Specifically, it did not have candidates running for any office in HRS §11-61(b) whose term had expired. The offices in HRS §11-61(b) are U.S. Representative and any office voted upon by all the voters in the State. If it had met this requirement, it would still have been required to satisfy at least one of the following vote requirements:

1. at least ten per cent of all votes cast for any of the offices voted upon by all   the voters in the State; or in at least fifty per cent of the congressional   districts; or

2. at least four per cent of all the votes cast for all the offices of state senator   statewide; or

3. at least four per cent of all the votes cast for all the offices of state   representative statewide; or

4. at least two per cent of all the votes cast for all the offices of state senate   and all the offices of state representative combined statewide.

If an officer of the party whose name is on file with the chief election officer desires a hearing on this notice of intention to disqualify, the officer of the party shall, not later than 4:30 p.m. on the tenth day after service by mail or not later than 4:30 p.m. on the tenth day after the last day upon which the public notice is given in any county, whichever is later, file an affidavit with the chief election officer setting forth facts showing the reasons why the party should not be disqualified. The chief election officer shall call a hearing not later than twenty days following receipt of the affidavit. The chief election officer shall notify by certified or registered mail the officer of the party who filed the affidavit of the date, time, and place of the hearing. In addition, public notice of the hearing shall be given not later than five days prior to the day of the hearing. The chief election officer shall render the chief election officer’s decision not later than 4:30 p.m. on the seventh day following the hearing. If the party does not file the affidavit within the time specified, this notice of intention to disqualify shall constitute final disqualification. A party thus disqualified shall have the right to requalify as a new party by following the procedures of HRS §11-62.

          IN WITNESS WHEREOF,  I have hereunto set
my hand and caused the Great Seal of the
                State of Hawaii to be affixed.

          DONE at the Office of Elections, in Pearl City,
          State of Hawaii, this twenty fourth day of             February 2017.

        SCOTT T. NAGO, Chief Election Officer
                                          State of Hawaii

(SA962192     2/27/17)~


NOTICE OF INTENTION TO DISQUALIFY THE AMERICAN SHOPPING PARTY

I, SCOTT T. NAGO, Chief Election Officer of the State of Hawaii, hereby provide this notice of intention to disqualify the American Shopping Party due to it not meeting the requirements of Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS) §11-61(b). Specifically, it did not satisfy at least one of the following vote requirements:

1. at least ten per cent of all votes cast for any of the offices voted upon by all   the voters in the State; or in at least fifty per cent of the congressional   districts; or

2. at least four per cent of all the votes cast for all the offices of state senator   statewide; or

3. at least four per cent of all the votes cast for all the offices of state   representative statewide; or

4. at least two per cent of all the votes cast for all the offices of state senate   and all the offices of state representative combined statewide.

If an officer of the party whose name is on file with the chief election officer desires a hearing on this notice of intention to disqualify, the officer of the party shall, not later than 4:30 p.m. on the tenth day after service by mail or not later than 4:30 p.m. on the tenth day after the last day upon which the public notice is given in any county, whichever is later, file an affidavit with the chief election officer setting forth facts showing the reasons why the party should not be disqualified. The chief election officer shall call a hearing not later than twenty days following receipt of the affidavit. The chief election officer shall notify by certified or registered mail the officer of the party who filed the affidavit of the date, time, and place of the hearing. In addition, public notice of the hearing shall be given not later than five days prior to the day of the hearing. The chief election officer shall render the chief election officer’s decision not later than 4:30 p.m. on the seventh day following the hearing. If the party does not file the affidavit within the time specified, this notice of intention to disqualify shall constitute final disqualification. A party thus disqualified shall have the right to requalify as a new party by following the procedures of HRS §11-62.

        IN WITNESS WHEREOF,  I have hereunto set
                my hand and caused the Great Seal of the
                State of Hawaii to be affixed.

        DONE at the Office of Elections, in Pearl City,
        State of Hawaii, this twenty fourth day of             February 2017.

                            SCOTT T. NAGO, Chief Election Officer
                                                                    State of Hawaii

(SA962184     2/27/17)~


NOTICE OF INTENTION TO DISQUALIFY
THE CONSTITUTION PARTY OF HAWAII

I, SCOTT T. NAGO, Chief Election Officer of the State of Hawaii, hereby provide this notice of intention to disqualify the Constitution Party of Hawaii due to it not meeting the requirements of Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS) §11-61(b). Specifically, it did not satisfy at least one of the following vote requirements:

1. at least ten per cent of all votes cast for any of the offices voted upon by all   the voters in the State; or in at least fifty per cent of the congressional   districts; or

2. at least four per cent of all the votes cast for all the offices of state senator   statewide; or

3. at least four per cent of all the votes cast for all the offices of state   representative statewide; or

4. at least two per cent of all the votes cast for all the offices of state senate   and all the offices of state representative combined statewide.

If an officer of the party whose name is on file with the chief election officer desires a hearing on this notice of intention to disqualify, the officer of the party shall, not later than 4:30 p.m. on the tenth day after service by mail or not later than 4:30 p.m. on the tenth day after the last day upon which the public notice is given in any county, whichever is later, file an affidavit with the chief election officer setting forth facts showing the reasons why the party should not be disqualified. The chief election officer shall call a hearing not later than twenty days following receipt of the affidavit. The chief election officer shall notify by certified or registered mail the officer of the party who filed the affidavit of the date, time, and place of the hearing. In addition, public notice of the hearing shall be given not later than five days prior to the day of the hearing. The chief election officer shall render the chief election officer’s decision not later than 4:30 p.m. on the seventh day following the hearing. If the party does not file the affidavit within the time specified, this notice of intention to disqualify shall constitute final disqualification. A party thus disqualified shall have the right to requalify as a new party by following the procedures of HRS §11-62.

        IN WITNESS WHEREOF,  I have hereunto set
                my hand and caused the Great Seal of the
                State of Hawaii to be affixed.

        DONE at the Office of Elections, in Pearl City,
            State of Hawaii, this twenty fourth day of
            February 2017.

                    SCOTT T. NAGO, Chief Election Officer
                                                                  State of Hawaii

(SA962130   2/27/17)~


DEPARTMENT OF WATER SUPPLY * COUNTY OF HAWAI’I 345 KEKUANAO A STREET, SUITE 20, HILO, HAWAI’I 96720
TELEPHONE (808) 961-8050
FAX (808) 961-8657

February 17, 2017

WATER NOTICE

AFFECTED AREA: CONSUMERS ALONG HAWI-NIULI’I ROAD BETWEEN KAPA’AU ROAD AND ’AINAKEA ROAD INCLUDING KAPA’AU ROAD, HOSPITAL ROAD, THE ENTIRE ’AINAKEA VILLAGE SUBDIVISION, AND ALL SIDE ROADS AND LANES; KAPA’AU, NORTH KOHALA, HAWAI’I

The Department of Water Supply will be conducting a fire hydrant flow test at the corner of Hawi-Niuli’i Road and Hospital Road on Tuesday, February 28, 2017, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m.

The affected area may experience slight discolored and turbid water for several hours after the test. Customers are advised to refrain from washing clothes and to store a container of water for their drinking needs until the supply of water is restored to normal.

Please pardon this temporary inconvenience. Should you experience any unusual problems during or after the flushing period, please call Andrew Higa, District Supervisor II, at 887-3030.

DATE: TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2017
TIME: 9:00 A.M. TO 10:00 A.M.

DEPARTMENT OF WATER SUPPLY COUNTY OF HAWAI’I

Posted on the Internet at: http://www.hawaiidws.org

Hawai’i Tribune-Herald February 26, 2017

West Hawai’i Today February 26, 2017


...Water, Our Most Precious Resource…Ka Wai A Kane…
The Department of Water Supply is an Equal Opportunity provider and employee

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NOTICE TO ATTORNEYS INTERESTED IN PROVIDING LEGAL SERVICES TO THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES
AS A HEARING OFFICER IN THE POTENTIAL CONTESTED CASE
RE CONSENT TO SUBLEASE OF LAND FOR THE THIRTY METER TELESCOPE PROJECT AT THE MAUNA KEA SCIENCE RESERVE
(Pursuant to §103D-304, HRS)

The Department of Land and Natural Resources seeks qualified applicants to provide professional legal services as a hearing officer in the event it is decided to hold a contested case hearing and use a hearing officer with respect to a request for consent to sublease of land for the Thirty Meter Telescope project at the Mauna Kea Science Reserve, Kaohe Mauka, Hamakua District, Island of Hawaii, TMK (3) 4-4-015:009.  The decisions have not yet been made to conduct the contested case or to use a hearing officer.  This solicitation is made for the purpose of identifying qualified candidates if and as necessary.

Qualifications

An applicant must possess the following basic qualifications:

1) Being an attorney licensed to practice law in the State of Hawaii and in   good standing;
2) Being able to serve with strict impartiality and no conflicts of interest or   appearance of conflict;
3) Being available to devote a substantial amount of time in the next six to   twelve months;
4) Willing to accept the prevailing charge rate relevant to the professional   service as a hearing officer, as determined by the Department; and
5) Providing a tax clearance certificate, a labor certificate, and a certificate of   good standing as required in HRS §103D-310(c) and HAR §3-122-112,  which may be processed via an online system known as the "Hawaii   Compliance Express".

Other desirable qualifications include civil litigation experience, practice in administrative law and process, familiarity with government proceedings and procedures, and knowledge of the Hawaii Revised Statutes and Hawaii Administrative Rules administered by the Department.

Submittal Requirements

Qualified parties interested in being considered for selection are invited to submit a letter of interest with a curriculum vitae or resume to:

  Department of Land and Natural Resources
  Attn: Administrative Proceedings Office
  1151 Punchbowl Street, Room 130
  Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
  Facsimile: (808) 587-0390
  E-Mail: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Applicants from the same company or law firm must submit separate applications to the Department.  Applications may be submitted by mail, facsimile or electronic mail.  The Department will not be responsible for lost or misdirected mails.

All submittals must be received by the Department or postmarked by Friday, March 10, 2017, 4:30 p.m. to be considered.

/s/SUZANNE D. CASE, Chairperson
Board of Land and Natural Resources

(WHT965982   2/24, 2/25, 2/26/17)~


NOTICE TO ATTORNEYS INTERESTED IN PROVIDING LEGAL SERVICES TO THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES
AS A HEARING OFFICER IN THE POTENTIAL CONTESTED CASE
RE CONSENT TO SUBLEASE OF LAND FOR THE THIRTY METER TELESCOPE PROJECT AT THE MAUNA KEA SCIENCE RESERVE
(Pursuant to §103D-304, HRS)

The Department of Land and Natural Resources seeks qualified applicants to provide professional legal services as a hearing officer in the event it is decided to hold a contested case hearing and use a hearing officer with respect to a request for consent to sublease of land for the Thirty Meter Telescope project at the Mauna Kea Science Reserve, Kaohe Mauka, Hamakua District, Island of Hawaii, TMK (3) 4-4-015:009.  The decisions have not yet been made to conduct the contested case or to use a hearing officer.  This solicitation is made for the purpose of identifying qualified candidates if and as necessary.

Qualifications

An applicant must possess the following basic qualifications:

1) Being an attorney licensed to practice law in the State of Hawaii and in   good standing;
2) Being able to serve with strict impartiality and no conflicts of interest or   appearance of conflict;
3) Being available to devote a substantial amount of time in the next six to   twelve months;
4) Willing to accept the prevailing charge rate relevant to the professional   service as a hearing officer, as determined by the Department; and
5) Providing a tax clearance certificate, a labor certificate, and a certificate of   good standing as required in HRS §103D-310(c) and HAR §3-122-112,  which may be processed via an online system known as the "Hawaii   Compliance Express".

Other desirable qualifications include civil litigation experience, practice in administrative law and process, familiarity with government proceedings and procedures, and knowledge of the Hawaii Revised Statutes and Hawaii Administrative Rules administered by the Department.

Submittal Requirements

Qualified parties interested in being considered for selection are invited to submit a letter of interest with a curriculum vitae or resume to:

  Department of Land and Natural Resources
  Attn: Administrative Proceedings Office
  1151 Punchbowl Street, Room 130
  Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
  Facsimile: (808) 587-0390
  E-Mail: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Applicants from the same company or law firm must submit separate applications to the Department.  Applications may be submitted by mail, facsimile or electronic mail.  The Department will not be responsible for lost or misdirected mails.

All submittals must be received by the Department or postmarked by Friday, March 10, 2017, 4:30 p.m. to be considered.

/s/SUZANNE D. CASE, Chairperson
Board of Land and Natural Resources

(HTH965979   2/24, 2/25, 2/26/17)~


NOTICE TO ATTORNEYS INTERESTED IN PROVIDING LEGAL SERVICES TO THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES
AS A HEARING OFFICER IN THE POTENTIAL CONTESTED CASE
RE CONSENT TO SUBLEASE OF LAND FOR THE THIRTY METER TELESCOPE PROJECT AT THE MAUNA KEA SCIENCE RESERVE
(Pursuant to §103D-304, HRS)

The Department of Land and Natural Resources seeks qualified applicants to provide professional legal services as a hearing officer in the event it is decided to hold a contested case hearing and use a hearing officer with respect to a request for consent to sublease of land for the Thirty Meter Telescope project at the Mauna Kea Science Reserve, Kaohe Mauka, Hamakua District, Island of Hawaii, TMK (3) 4-4-015:009.  The decisions have not yet been made to conduct the contested case or to use a hearing officer.  This solicitation is made for the purpose of identifying qualified candidates if and as necessary.

Qualifications

An applicant must possess the following basic qualifications:

1) Being an attorney licensed to practice law in the State of Hawaii and in   good standing;
2) Being able to serve with strict impartiality and no conflicts of interest or   appearance of conflict;
3) Being available to devote a substantial amount of time in the next six to   twelve months;
4) Willing to accept the prevailing charge rate relevant to the professional   service as a hearing officer, as determined by the Department; and
5) Providing a tax clearance certificate, a labor certificate, and a certificate of   good standing as required in HRS §103D-310(c) and HAR §3-122-112,  which may be processed via an online system known as the "Hawaii   Compliance Express".

Other desirable qualifications include civil litigation experience, practice in administrative law and process, familiarity with government proceedings and procedures, and knowledge of the Hawaii Revised Statutes and Hawaii Administrative Rules administered by the Department.

Submittal Requirements

Qualified parties interested in being considered for selection are invited to submit a letter of interest with a curriculum vitae or resume to:

  Department of Land and Natural Resources
  Attn: Administrative Proceedings Office
  1151 Punchbowl Street, Room 130
  Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
  Facsimile: (808) 587-0390
  E-Mail: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Applicants from the same company or law firm must submit separate applications to the Department.  Applications may be submitted by mail, facsimile or electronic mail.  The Department will not be responsible for lost or misdirected mails.

All submittals must be received by the Department or postmarked by Friday, March 10, 2017, 4:30 p.m. to be considered.

/s/SUZANNE D. CASE, Chairperson
Board of Land and Natural Resources

(SA965343   2/24, 2/25, 2/26/17)~


NOTICE OF DISPOSAL

VEHICLE# PLATE #  VIN#  R/O:
88 TOYOTA 2DSD FVR 390 JT2AE95C9J3115461 FLORES, JOSUE
94 NISSAN MPVH MKU 920 JN8HD17S0RW242614 MOKE, LISA
00 TOYOTA 4DSD KSU 848 1NXBR12E3YZ384496 BALISACAN, MAURICIO JR.
01 NISSAN PKUP KTN 707 1N6ED27Y71C300262 NISHIMORI, WINNIE & GERARD
94 JEEP MPVH KPH 593 1J4G278Y2RC177985 DECOSTA, STAN

The above vehicle(s) held by the Kauai Police Department have been released and attempts to contact the owners have been unsuccessful. Notice is given that the stated vehicle(s) will be disposed of if not removed within five business days. To arrange for removal contact:

The Kauai Police Department
Attn: Evidence Division
3990 Kaana Street Suite 200
Lihue, HI 96766
Contact: 808-241-1655 or 808-241-1658 or Fax: 808-241-1670

(TGI964911   2/21/17)~


Transportation Commission
County of Hawaii
Agenda

Notice is hereby given of a meeting to be held by the Transportation Commission of the County of Hawaii in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 91, Hawaii Revised Statutes, Chapter 18, Divisions 2 and 3 of the Hawaii County Code.

DATE:  March 2, 2017
TIME:  10:00 a.m.
PLACE: 
Aupuni Center Conference Room
  101 Pauahi Street Suite 1
  Hilo, Hawaii 96720

The purpose of the meeting is to afford all interested persons a reasonable opportunity to be heard on the following matters. All person(s) wishing to testify should submit ten (10) copies of their proposed statement prior to the meeting.
I.  Call to order
II.  Roll Call
III.  Approval of Agenda
IV.  Approval of Minutes
V.  Public Statements on Agenda Items
VI.  New Business

  A.  Review taxicab application for NEW Certificate of Public Convenience & Necessity to operate   in the County of Hawaii.
  1.  Kelly Does Kona LLC dba World’s Coolest Cab PO Box 564 Capt. Cook, HI 96704 (1)
  2.  Maile Madrona dba Hello Kitti Taxi & Tours 248 Hoomalu St. Hilo, HI 96720 (1)
  3.  Branden Henson dba BH Taxi 47 Panaewa St. Hilo, HI 96720 (1)
  4.  Stanley Shigeishi dba Stan’s Taxi 133 Laukona Street Hilo, HI 96720 (1)
  5.  Jonas Montgomery dba Yagi Hawaii PO Box 3603 Kailua Kona HI 96745 (3)
  6.  Edison and Vilma Fronda dba Princess Taxi PO Box 384021 Waikoloa HI 96738 (1)

  B. Hearing on revocation of the following Certificate of Public Conveniences due to the   discontinuance by the carrier of the business of transporting passengers as a common carrier   of passengers operating upon and using the public highways for a period of thirty consecutive   days or more or failure to renew his/her taxicab license for the year.
  None

VII.  Transit Administrator’s Report
VIII.  Discussion on Commissioners Powers and Duties
IX.  Discussion regarding Future Taxi businesses in Hawaii
X.  Discussion on regulating amount of taxi companies necessary to service Island of Hawaii
XI.  Next Meeting
XII.  Adjournment

HAWAII COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION

The meeting place or facility is accessible to persons with disabilities. Anyone who requires an auxiliary aid or service for effective communication to participate in this meeting should contact the Mass Transit Agency at (808) 961-8744 as soon as possible, but no later than February 15, 2017.

Hawai’i County is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer

(WHT962275   2/21/17)~


Transportation Commission
County of Hawaii
Agenda

Notice is hereby given of a meeting to be held by the Transportation Commission of the County of Hawaii in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 91, Hawaii Revised Statutes, Chapter 18, Divisions 2 and 3 of the Hawaii County Code.

DATE:  March 2, 2017
TIME:  10:00 a.m.
PLACE: 
Aupuni Center Conference Room
  101 Pauahi Street Suite 1
  Hilo, Hawaii 96720

The purpose of the meeting is to afford all interested persons a reasonable opportunity to be heard on the following matters. All person(s) wishing to testify should submit ten (10) copies of their proposed statement prior to the meeting.
I.  Call to order
II.  Roll Call
III.  Approval of Agenda
IV.  Approval of Minutes
V.  Public Statements on Agenda Items
VI.  New Business

  A.  Review taxicab application for NEW Certificate of Public Convenience & Necessity to operate   in the County of Hawaii.
  1.  Kelly Does Kona LLC dba World’s Coolest Cab PO Box 564 Capt. Cook, HI 96704 (1)
  2.  Maile Madrona dba Hello Kitti Taxi & Tours 248 Hoomalu St. Hilo, HI 96720 (1)
  3.  Branden Henson dba BH Taxi 47 Panaewa St. Hilo, HI 96720 (1)
  4.  Stanley Shigeishi dba Stan’s Taxi 133 Laukona Street Hilo, HI 96720 (1)
  5.  Jonas Montgomery dba Yagi Hawaii PO Box 3603 Kailua Kona HI 96745 (3)
  6.  Edison and Vilma Fronda dba Princess Taxi PO Box 384021 Waikoloa HI 96738 (1)

  B. Hearing on revocation of the following Certificate of Public Conveniences due to the   discontinuance by the carrier of the business of transporting passengers as a common carrier   of passengers operating upon and using the public highways for a period of thirty consecutive   days or more or failure to renew his/her taxicab license for the year.
  None

VII.  Transit Administrator’s Report
VIII.  Discussion on Commissioners Powers and Duties
IX.  Discussion regarding Future Taxi businesses in Hawaii
X.  Discussion on regulating amount of taxi companies necessary to service Island of Hawaii
XI.  Next Meeting
XII.  Adjournment

HAWAII COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION

The meeting place or facility is accessible to persons with disabilities. Anyone who requires an auxiliary aid or service for effective communication to participate in this meeting should contact the Mass Transit Agency at (808) 961-8744 as soon as possible, but no later than February 15, 2017.

Hawai’i County is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer

(HTH962222   2/21/17)~


University of Hawai’i
Candidate Advisory Council

____________________________________________________________

NOMINATE CANDIDATES FOR

THE BOARD OF REGENTS
OF THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI’I

One (1) Hawai’i County seat available for term to begin immediately.

Candidates must reside in Hawai’i County.

The Candidate Advisory Council, created by Act 56, 2007 Session Laws of Hawai’i, qualifies, screens, and presents to the governor, pools of qualified candidates from which the Board of Regents shall be nominated.

Visit the Candidate Advisory Council website at www.hawaii.edu/rcac or call (808) 692-1218 for more information.

Applications will be accepted through February 27, 2017.
(WHT965392   2/19/17)

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University of Hawai’i
Candidate Advisory Council

____________________________________________________________

NOMINATE CANDIDATES FOR

THE BOARD OF REGENTS
OF THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI’I

One (1) Hawai’i County seat available for term to begin immediately.

Candidates must reside in Hawai’i County.

The Candidate Advisory Council, created by Act 56, 2007 Session Laws of Hawai’i, qualifies, screens, and presents to the governor, pools of qualified candidates from which the Board of Regents shall be nominated.

Visit the Candidate Advisory Council website at www.hawaii.edu/rcac or call (808) 692-1218 for more information.

Applications will be accepted through February 27, 2017.
(HTH965357   2/19/17)

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February 2, 2017

WATER NOTICE


AFFECTED AREA: CONSUMERS ALONG KEA’AU-PAHOA ROAD BETWEEN KALOLI DRIVE AND PARADISE DRIVE, INCLUDING ORCHIDLAND DRIVE AND ANY SIDE ROADS AND LANES,  PAHOA; PUNA, HAWAI’I

The Department of Water Supply will be conducting a fire hydrant flow test on Orchidland Drive between the hours of 9:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. on Thursday, February 23, 2017.

The affected area may experience slightly discolored and turbid water for several hours after the test.  Customers are advised to refrain from washing clothes and to store a container of water for their drinking needs until the supply of water is restored to normal.

Please pardon this temporary inconvenience.  Should you experience any unusual problems during or after the flushing period, please call Carl Nishimura, District Supervisor, at 961-8790.

DATE: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 2017

TIME: 9:30A.M. TO 10:30A.M.

    DEPARTMENT OF WATER SUPPLY
    COUNTY OF HAWAI’I

The Department of Water Supply is an Equal Opportunity provider and employer.


Posted on the Internet at:
http://www.hawaiidws.org

(HTH960932   2/19/17)~


NOTICE OF FINDING OF NO SIGNFICANT IMPACT AND
NOTICE OF INTENT TO REQUEST RELEASE OF FUNDS

February 10, 2017
Department of Community Services, City and County of Honolulu
715 South King Street, Suite 311
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
808-768-7760

These notices shall satisfy two separate but related procedural requirements for activitiesto be undertaken by the City and County of Honolulu (City).

REQUEST FOR RELEASE OF FUNDS

On or about February 28, 2017 the City will submit a request to the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for the release of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds under Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, as amended, to undertake a project known as:

Project:  Malama Recovery Building Renovation and Access

Location: 86-260 Farrington Highway, Waianae, Hawaii 96792

Project Description: Funds will be utilized to add a bottom floor to the Malama Recovery Building to increase the number of Behavioral Health counseling rooms needed to serve the current and growing population needing mental health treatment.  The project includes: construction of additional counseling rooms,  site preparation, drainage grading, landscaping, parking lot paving, parking lot lighting, and building handicap access.

Total Estimated Cost: $991,620 CDBG Funds

Mitigation Measure: Threatened or Endangered Species.

The amount of time standing water is present during construction will be minimized. Native species or those at low risk of becoming invasive will be utilized for landscaping.

FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT

The City has determined that the project will have no significant impact on the human environment. Therefore, an Environmental Impact Statement under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of 1969 is not required. Additional project information is contained in the Environmental Review Record (ERR) on file at the City, Department of Community Services, 715 South King Street, Suite 311, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, which may be examined or copied weekdays from 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

PUBLIC COMMENTS

Any individual, group, or agency may submit written comments on the ERR to Gary K. Nakata, Director, Department of Community Services. All comments received by February 27, 2017 will be considered by the City prior to authorizing submission of a request for release of funds. Comments should specify which Notice they are addressing.

ENVIRONMENTAL CERTIFICATION

The City certifies to HUD that Nelson H. Koyanagi, Jr.,  in his capacity as Director of the Department of Budget and Fiscal Services, consents to accept the jurisdiction of the Federal Courts if an action is brought to enforce responsibilities in relation to the environmental review process and that these responsibilities have been satisfied. HUD’s approval of the certification satisfies its responsibilities under the NEPA and related laws and authorities and allows the City to use Program funds.

OBJECTIONS TO RELEASE OF FUNDS

HUD will accept objections to its release of funds and the City’s certification for a period of fifteen days following the anticipated submission date or its actual receipt of the request (whichever is later) only if they are on one of the following bases: (a) the certification was not executed by the Certifying Officer of the City; (b) the City has omitted a step or failed to make a decision or finding required by HUD regulations at 24 CFR Part 58; (c) the grant recipient has committed funds or incurred costs not authorized by 24 CFR Part 58 before approval of a release of funds by HUD; or (d) another Federal agency acting pursuant to 40 CFR Part 1504 has submitted a written finding that the project is unsatisfactory from the standpoint of environmental quality. Objections must be prepared and submitted in accordance with the required procedures (24 CFR Part 58, Sec. 58.76) and shall be addressed to the Office of Community Planning and Development, United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, 1132 Bishop Street, Suite 1400, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813.  Potential objectors should contact HUD to verify the actual last day of the objection period.

Nelson H. Koyanagi, Jr., Director
Department of Budget and Fiscal Services

By order of:
Kirk Caldwell, Mayor
City and County of Honolulu

(SA961858   2/10/17)~


Notice to Applicants
Request for Application No. J17150

The Hawaii Justice Foundation, as Administrator for the Judiciary, State of Hawaii is now accepting applications for grants from the
Indigent Legal Assistance Fund
for the period of July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018

The Indigent Legal Assistance Fund was created by HRS Section 607-5.7, as amended, to meet the critical, civil legal needs of Hawaii’s low-income population to ensure equal access to justice, and to minimize the substantial burden on the courts created by unrepresented litigants.

To be eligible for a grant, an applicant must meet the criteria established by HRS Section 607-5.7, as amended, and make an application in accordance with the administrative procedures established by the Judiciary, at the time of application.  The primary standards require applicants to:

1. Be either a nonprofit organization incorporated and operated exclusively in   Hawaii and determined by the Internal Revenue Service to be exempt from   federal income tax or a program operated exclusively in Hawaii by an   accredited nonprofit law school, which organization or program provides as   its primary purpose and function civil legal services to indigent persons;
2. Have a governing board whose members have no material conflict of interest   and serve without compensation;
3. Have bylaws or policies that describe the manner in which business is   conducted, and policies that relate to nepotism and management of   potential conflict of interest situations;
4. Have at least one year’s experience in providing direct civil legal services to   indigents;
5. Be licensed and accredited, as applicable, in accordance with the   requirements of federal, state, and county governments;
6. Agree not to charge client fees for services that are funded in any part by a   grant from the indigent legal assistance fund, except that token payments   for costs and expenses shall not be considered fees;
7. Agree to use any grant received from this fund exclusively to provide direct c   civil legal services to indigent persons;
  8. Have in place sound financial management systems, a client grievance   procedure, a method of ensuring the qualify of service provided, and a policy   that provides that no person may interfere with any attorneys funded in   whole or in part by this fund in carrying out their professional responsibilities   to their clients, as established by the Hawaii rules of professional conduct.

Applicants must have provided direct civil legal services to indigent persons for at least one year prior to the application due date of March 31, 2017 in order to be eligible for grants from this fund. 

Grants from the Indigent Legal Assistance Fund are distributed among all eligible organizations according to a pro-rata formula specified by HRS Section 607-5.7, as amended, and in accordance with procedures established by the Judiciary. 

Application forms are available from:

Robert J. LeClair
Hawaii Justice Foundation
P.O. Box 1230
Honolulu, Hawaii 96807-1230
Telephone:  (808) 537-3886
Facsimile:  (808) 528-1974
E-mail:  .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Application Deadline
: THE DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF GRANT APPLICATIONS IS FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 2017.  TO BE CONSIDERED, ALL APPLICATIONS MUST BE EITHER POSTMARKED BY MARCH 31, 2017 OR PHYSICALLY DELIVERED BY 5:00 P.M., HONOLULU STANDARD TIME, TO THE ADDRESS BELOW.

If you wish physically to deliver your grant application to HJF, your grant application must be brought to the following address on or before 5 p.m. March 31, 2017:

Robert J. LeClair
Hawaii Justice Foundation
c/o Alston Hunt Floyd & Ing
1001 Bishop Street
ASB Tower, Suite 1800
Honolulu, HI 96813

Hawaii Justice Foundation
ILAF Administrator for
The JUDICIARY, STATE OF HAWAII

Hawaii Justice Foundation, ILAF Administrator
P.O. Box 1230
Honolulu, Hawaii 96807-1230
Telephone:  (808) 537-3886
Facsimile:  (808) 528-1974
E-mail:  .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

(SA961503   2/10/17)~


Kauai County Housing Agency
Legal Public Notice for Public Comment
On a Draft Substantial Amendment to the County of Kauai’s
Consolidated Plan for Program Years 2015-2020
And
Annual Action Plan for Program Year 2016

Pursuant to 24 CFR 91 the Kauai County Housing Agency (KCHA), gives notice: 1) of the proposed draft amendments to the County of Kauai’s Consolidated Plan (CP) for Program Years 2015-2020, 2) the proposed draft amendment to the County of Kauai’s Annual Action Plan (AAP) for Program Year July 1, 2016 - June 30, 2017 (PY 2016), 3) the draft National Housing Trust Fund (HTF) Allocation Plan, and 4) draft Fair Housing Analysis of Impediments (AI). The Kauai County Housing Agency is making these documents available for review and comment.

The purpose of the CP and the AAP is to ensure that jurisdictions receiving federal assistance plan for the housing and related needs of low-and moderate-income families in a way that improves the availability and affordability of decent, safe, and sanitary housing in suitable living environments. To receive funding under certain U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) programs, the County must have a housing strategy that has been approved by HUD.

Draft Substantial Amendments to 5-year CP
Housing Trust Fund- The Kauai County Housing Agency receives HUD’s Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program funds and prepared a 5-year CP to prepare for the proposed projects and programs supported with CDBG funds. The 5-year CP is available for review and may be accessed on the County of Kauai’s website at http://www.kauai.gov/Government/Departments-Agencies/Housing-Agency/Housing-Community-Development/Community-Development-Block-Grant-Program-CDBG. To provide additional affordable housing opportunities, KCHA proposes to amend the 5-year CP to include the National Housing Trust Fund (HTF) program, as provided by 24 CFR, Part 93, Interim Rule. The HTF is a new affordable housing production program that will complement existing Federal, State and local efforts to increase and preserve the supply of decent, safe and sanitary affordable housing for extremely low-income and very low-income households, including homeless families. HTF funds may be used for the production or preservation of affordable housing through acquisition, new construction and reconstruction.

Fair Housing Analysis of Impediments- The AI for Fair Housing Choice focuses on people with disabilities. An AI study was completed in conjunction with other State and County agencies as a requirement for receiving Federal funds for various hosing programs. The County proposes to amend the CP to include the impediments found and the actions to address impediments. The AI is available for review and may be accessed on the County of Kauai’s website at http://www.kauai.gov/Government/Departments-Agencies/Housing-Agency/Fair-Housing.

Draft Substantial Amendment to AAP (PY 2016)
KCHA proposes to amend the PY 2016 AAP to include 1) new HTF Program to provide affordable rental housing units, and 2) identify available resources and description of the County’s method for disbursing funds to local organizations to carry out activities to address the priority needs.

Housing Trust Fund Allocation Plan
The County’s HTF allocation plan is incorporated into the proposed Substantial Amendment to the County of Kauai’s CP for Program Years 2015-2020. The HTF Allocation Plan is available for review and may be accessed on the County of Kauai’s website at http://www.kauai.gov/Government/Departments-Agencies/Housing-Agency/Housing-Community-Development/Community-Development-Block-Grant-Program-CDBG.

The proposed amendment to the County’s draft CP for Program Years 2015-2020, the draft AAP for Program Year 2016, and Housing Trust Fund Allocation Plan are available for review at the Kauai County Housing Agency, 4444 Rice Street, Suite 330, Lihue, Hawaii 96766, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. or posted on our website at www.kauai.gov. Written comments to the proposed Substantial Amendment described can be submitted to the aforementioned address, faxed to 808-241-5118 or emailed to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) by 4:00 p.m. on Monday, March 13, 2017. All written comments will be considered in preparing the final Substantial Amendment to the County’s CP for Program Years 2015-2020 and AAP for Program Year 2016.

If access or communication assistance and/or services (and need large print, or other auxiliary aid support), please contact Sharon Graham at 808-241-4427 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

By order of the Mayor
County of Kauai
Bernard P. Carvalho, Jr.
Mayor

Publish Date: Friday, February 10, 2017
(TGI958674   2/10/17)

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CITY & COUNTY OF HONOLULU
DEPARTMENT OF CUSTOMER SERVICES
PUBLIC AUCTION OF UNCLAIMED AND ABANDONED VESSEL

Notice is hereby given that the following listed Vessel, after being towed and unclaimed pursuant to Chapter 200-41, Hawaii Revised Statutes, will be either sold by auction as is, disposed of, sold as junk, or will be donated to a governmental agency at the scheduled hour of auction. There will be a minimum bid of Fifty dollars ($50.00). The vessel may be inspected within 5 calendar days prior to the day of auction by appointment with the tow company. The vessel will be sold as is and where is by online internet bidding using the City’s Vendor Self Service system (VSS). Online bidding for law enforcement towed vessel will begin on FEBRUARY 16, 2017, 8AM. TRAILERS NOT INCLUDED IN SALE.
The auction will close at 10AM.  Refer to bid page for details. Interested bidders can register online at https://www5.honolulu.gov/webapp/vss/Advantage.
For assistance with VSS, contact our VSS Help Desk at (808)768-5535. The awarded buyer shall pay to the City and County of Honolulu their highest bid price for the vessel incurred at the close of the online bidding. Failure to pay all expenses will be cause for disqualification, penalty and suspension from participating in the online auctions. Payment, in the exact amount, shall be by cash, certified check, money order, or cashier’s check from a local bank, credit union or financial institution, made payable to CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU and preprinted by the issuing institution. Awarded buyers must make payment at Budget and Fiscal Services Purchasing Division, Room 115, 530 South King Street (City Hall) the day after the online auction closes. Payments shall be received no later than 2:00 pm. The awarded buyer shall pay all towing, storage, and any other expenses to the tow contractor when claiming the auctioned vessel.
FEBRUARY 16, 2017, 0800, ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING, (808) 682-0770:  VOLVO/1 CABIN MOTOR BOAT/PLEASURE/2-DIESEL/1-OUTBOARD HULL # UNF032310573 HULL # HA-9717-C.  TRAILER NOT INCLUDED.

(SA959894   2/8/17)~


CITY & COUNTY OF HONOLULU
DEPARTMENT OF CUSTOMER SERVICES
PUBLIC AUCTION OF ABANDONED & UNCLAIMED VEHICLES

Notice is hereby given that the following listed vehicles, after being towed and unclaimed pursuant to Chapter 290-1, Hawaii Revised Statutes, and/or pursuant to Section 1513.10, Revised Ordinances of Honolulu, will be either sold by auction as is, disposed of, sold as junk, or will be donated to a governmental agency at the scheduled hour of auction. There will be a minimum bid of Fifty dollars ($50.00) for each vehicle sold at auction. Vehicles may be inspected within 5 calendar days prior to the day of auction by appointment with the tow company. Vehicles will be sold as is and where is by online internet bidding using the City’s Vendor Self Service system (VSS). Online bidding for law enforcement towed vehicles will begin on FEBRUARY 15, 2017 8:00 am. Bidding for abandoned vehicles will begin on FEBRUARY 16, 2017 8:00 am.  All auctions will begin closing at 10 am each respective day. Refer to bid page for details. Interested bidders can register online at https://www5.honolulu.gov/webapp/VSSPSRV1/ AltSelfService.  For assistance with VSS, contact our VSS Help Desk at (808)768-5535. The awarded buyer shall pay to the City and County of Honolulu their highest bid price per vehicle incurred at the close of the online bidding. Failure to pay all expenses will be cause for disqualification, penalty and suspension from participating in the online auctions. Payment, in the exact amount, shall be by cash, certified check, money order, or cashier’s check from a local bank, credit union or financial institution, made payable to CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU and preprinted by the issuing institution. Awarded buyers must make payment at Budget and Fiscal Services Purchasing Division, Room 115, 530 South King Street (City Hall) the day after the online auction closes. Payments shall be received no later than 2:00 pm. The awarded buyer shall pay all towing, storage, and any other expenses to the tow contractor when claiming the auctioned vehicle. Transfer of ownership or transfer of ownership with storage of vehicle must be recorded within thirty (30) days of auction or a penalty transfer fee of ($60.00) Sixty dollars shall be charged.

For information and appointments to view vehicles call the tow contractor(s).

February 15, 2017 0800 - ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D1),  820 ISENBERG ST, HONOLULU, 808-682-0770:  AUDI PCZ118 BLU 98 4DSW, AUDI PVU4833(GA) SIL 03 4DSD, BMW() VIN#WBAGK2328TDH67562 BLK 96 4DSD, BUICK SCN379 BRN 00 4D-SLVG, BUICK SNA863 SIL 02 4DSD, CHEV GSX216 WHT 91 PKUP, CHEV PGG606 GRN 05 MPVH, CHEV RCU234 BLK 97 PKUP, FORD CG864 BLK 05 2DSD, FORD FTX672 WHT 94 PKUP, FORD PPJ306 SIL 06 4DSD, FORD PWE613 WHT 97 PKUP, HONDA NWA133 GLD 98 4DSD, HONDA SFJ807 WHT 02 4DSD, HONDA SVN384 GRY 90 4DSW, KIA() VIN#KNAFB121025177330 WHT 02 4DSD, NISSAN AB937 WHT 96 PKUP, NISSAN DC004 BLK 00 4DSD, NISSAN NVT407 RED 95 MPVH, TOYOTA JCR072 GLD 00 MPVH, TOYOTA SNG175 WHT 96 4DSD, TOYOTA SSX003 SIL 01 PVAN-SLVG, TOYOTA SWJ751 GRY 96 4DSD, VW JWG324 SIL 02 4DSD.
February 15, 2017 0800 - ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D1), 1040 MAKEPONO STM HONOLULU, 808-682-0770:  AMC FZC791 BRN 04 4DSW, DODGE RFE466 BLU 02 PVAN-SLVG, HONDA DZ220 GRN 00 4DSD, KIA SVP594 BLU 06 MPVH, MERC RFD042 BLK 10 4DSD.
February 15, 2017 0800 - ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D2), 10 OLIVE AVE,  WAHIAWA, 808-682-0770:  ACURA SNG023 GLD 01 2DSD, ACURA SNZ526 WHT 98 2DCP, BMW JVR257 WHT 02 4DSD, BUICK SYV184 BLU 97 4D-SLVG, CHEV FPJ639 WHT 91 MPVH, CHEV JSF587 WHT 88 VAN, CHEV NPD155 BLK 04 MPVH, CHEV PVE509 WHT 00 PVAN, CHEV RVR350 GLD 98 4DSD, CHEV SFE201 SIL 05 PVAN, CHEV SXF798 SIL 09 4DSW, DODGE() VIN#1B4GP44RXVB300342 RED 97 2DSW, DODGE JXV132 GRY 02 4DSD, DODGE NXA610 BLK 01 MPVH, FORD CSL30 WHT 03 PVAN, FORD GFZ557 BLU 93 PKUP,FORD NVU076 WHT 98 4DSD, FORD PYF755 WHT 03 PKUP, FORD RJY458 WHT 02 PKUP, FORD SBZ617 RED 02 2DSD, FORD SDS919 GLD 96 PKUP, GEO JDW299 WHT 97 2DSD, GMC NNC635 GRY 91 PVAN, GMC() VIN#1GKEC13Z73R169806 MAR 03 MPVH, HONDA() VIN#JH2RC53087M002659 BLK 07 PCMC, HONDA FCC500 GLD 93 2DSD, HONDA GTV023 BLK 98 MPVH, HONDA() VIN#1HGEM1150XL062938 WHT 99 4DSD, HONDA PRC972 SIL 07 PVAN, HONDA RXD070 GRY 00 PVAN, HONDA SGY408 WHT 94 4D-SLVG, HONDA SYG453 ORG 04 MPVH, HYUN RSW113 SIL 03 4DSD, LEXUS RGA987 TAN 98 4DSD, MAZDA NZA993 GRY 01 4DSD, MBENZ() VIN#WDBEA26D1LB193923 TAN 90 4DSD, NISSAN GST773 GLD 98 4DSD, NISSAN GWG792 GRY 98 2DSD, NISSAN JBJ879 GRN 99 PVAN, NISSAN JWZ088 BLK 02 MPVH, NISSAN PCN783 SIL 06 4DSD, NISSAN PCU367 GRY 06 4DSD, NISSAN SDN069 SIL 95 MPVH, NISSAN SSF959 BLU 00 PKUP, SATURN PNY700 SIL 07 MPVH, TOYOTA GDS636 BLU 92 4DSW, TOYOTA GXV558 BLU 99 4DSD, TOYOTA JZG115 BLK 02 MPVH, TOYOTA MCP349 SIL 97 4DSD, TOYOTA SFY171 SIL 96 4DSD, TOYOTA SFY982 WHT 03 4DSD, TOYOTA SXT389 BLU 00 4DSD, VW CR287 RED 98 4DSD, VW JRA520 SIL 01 2DSD, VOLVO() VIN#YV1AW8809N1910568 WHT 92 4DSW.
February 15, 2017 0800 - ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D3), 91-229 KOMOHANA ST, KAPOLEI, 808-682-0770:  ACURA FCU811 WHT 93 4DSD, ACURA NZG896 GRN 95 4DSD, ACURA SSZ456 GRN 95 4DSD, ACURA STZ374 SIL 00 4DSD, BMW SFB495 WHT 96 4DSD, BUICK FGC659 WHT 90 4DSD, BUICK JFG577 RED 00 4DSD, CHEV DG686 SIL 97 PKUP, CHEV GZU089 GRY 99 PVAN, CHEV GZX653 BLK 99 PKUP, CHEV NDX130 WHT 04 4DSD, CHEV NNX424 GLD 05 4DSD, CHEV PTS838 GRY 01 MPVH, CHEV RJT393 SIL 03 4DSD, CHEV RTE342 GRY 08 PVAN, CHEV RWR576 BLU 93 4DSD, CHEV() VIN#1GNDS13S622254230 WHT 02 MPVH, CHEV SPV587 GRY 86 PKUP-SLVG, CHEV STE008 WHT 02 PKUP, CHRYS NNS394 SIL 05 MPVH, DODGE() VIN#1B4HS28N91F534697 WHT 01 MPVH, DODGE RSX912 WHT 98 2DSW, FORD NGR638 BLK 04 4DSD, FORD NGX541 BLU 03 MPVH, FORD NGX901 RED 01 2DCV, FORD RYG713 GRN 03 MPVH, FORD SFA948 MAR 93 PKUP, FORD SSZ426 BLK 01 PKUP, HONDA AE117 TAN 01 2DSD, HONDA DR931 GRN 99 4DSD, HONDA() VIN#1HGCB7652PA053050 GLD 93 4DSD, HONDA FBU803 WHT 92 4DSD, HONDA GGJ661 RED 96 2DSD, HONDA HZM416 SIL 00 4DSD, HONDA JXT703 SIL 02 4DSD, HONDA NCN597 SIL 03 4DSD, HONDA PRG002 WHT 95 2DSD, HONDA PVS234 WHT 99 2DSD, HONDA RTV474 WHT 93 2DCP, HONDA RVW158 SIL 05 4DSD, HONDA SFY852 GRN 92 4DSD, HONDA SFZ997 WHT 92 4DSD, HONDA SYP041 GRY 91 2DSD, HYUN RTT819 SIL 13 4DSD, HYUN() VIN#KMHDN45D72U280870 BLU 02 4D-SLVG, INFINI() VIN#JNRDR07Y41W108638 BLK 01 MPVH, ISUZU GTP037 RED 98 MPVH, ISUZU SBZ762 MAR 03 MPVH, JEEP HK6G2E(MO) GRN 09 MPVH, JEEP SJW063 WHT 93 MPVH, KAWA 817XJG BLK 08 PCMC, LINC GTE447 SIL 98 4DSD, MBENZ SYE383 GLD 97 4DSD, NISSAN FRB820 RED 93 4D-SLVG, NISSAN() VIN#4N2DN1110VD808040 SIL 97 PVAN, NISSAN JCU413 SIL 00 4DSD, NISSAN JVR916 WHT 02 4DSD, NISSAN PRN695 WHT 01 4DSD, NISSAN RVD817 SIL 93 4DSD, NISSAN SPC359 GLD 02 MPVH, SATURN GGR855 BRN 96 4DSD, SATURN NRY678 GRY 05 4DSD, SUZUKI DY365 TAN 06 4DSW, SUZUKI SRY063 SIL 04 4DSD, TOYOTA EWP315 BLU 93 4DSD, TOYOTA MHB928 SIL 01 2DSD, TOYOTA NBG641 WHT 01 4DSD, TOYOTA NGZ864 GRY 91 MPVH, TOYOTA NXF010 GLD 97 4DSD, TOYOTA() VIN#1NXBR12E5XZ158118 BLU 99 4D-SLVG, TOYOTA PJD469 WHT 96 4DSD, TOYOTA PNT695 SIL 07 PKUP, TOYOTA PNX348 WHT 07 4DSW, TOYOTA RJN950 BRN 94 4DSD, TOYOTA() VIN#2T1CG22P0YC294127 BLU 00 2DCP, TOYOTA SDR262 WHT 95 4DSD, TOYOTA SRU801 CRM 97 4DSD-JNK, TOYOTA STG091 WHT 98 4DSD.
February 15, 2017 0800 - ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D4),  820 ISENBERG ST, HONOLULU, 808-682-0770:  BUICK JGJ201 TAN 00 4DSD, CADI CV583 WHT 99 4DSD, DODGE() VIN#1D7HA18N25S361382 GRY 06 PKUP, DODGE GVE289 GRN 98 PKUP, FORD RCT194 GRN 01 2DSW-SLVG, HONDA 383XFJ BLK 97 PCMC, HONDA GFA186 GLD 96 4DSD, HONDA NDE208 WHT 03 4DSD, HONDA NXU390 SIL 98 4DSD, KIA JYR504 WHT 00 MPVH, LEXUS 4VGJ297(CA) WHT 02 4DSD, MAZDA SCT949 BLU 04 4DSD, NISSAN JJU314 WHT 01 2DSD, NISSAN NZS279 BRN 03 4DSD, NISSAN() VIN#JN1DA31D03T504197 WHT 03 4DSD, SHENKE() VIN#L8YTCNPB58Y040873 BLK 08 PCMC, SUZUKI JGG080 SIL 00 MPVH, SUZUKI RFN672 BLU 04 4DSW-SLVG, TOYOTA   BP318 GLD 97 4DSD, TOYOTA DT360 GLD 99 4DSD, TOYOTA GPV126 WHT 97 4DSD, TOYOTA GRS020 TAN 98 4DSD, TOYOTA NSG423 BLU 91 4DSD, TOYOTA RCE558 BLU 99 4D-SLVG, VW SBZ623 GRY 00 4DSD, YAMAHA 959XNY RED 02 PCMC-SLVG.
February 15, 2017 0800 - ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D5), 1040 MAKEPONO ST, HONOLULU, 808-682-0770:  ACURA JTS530 SIL 02 4DSD, ACURA JXB638 MAR 02 MPVH, BMW JGN033 SIL 99 4DSD, BMW PRJ141 WHT 93 4DSD, CADI SVV808 WHT 02 4DSD, CHEV AJ485 WHT 91 PVAN, CHEV() VIN#2GCEC19K6R1244356 WHT 94 PKUP-SLVG, CHEV 617TTR WHT 93 VANP, CHEV PPW669 SIL 05 4DSD, CHEV() VIN#1GNDM19W1YB118133 GRN 00 PVAN, CHEV SFZ358 WHT 01 4DSD, CHEV() VIN#1G1ZS52F15F299205 BLK 05 4DSD, CHRYS JWP933 GRY 99 4DSD, CHRYS() VIN#3A8FY68BX6T230984 SIL 06 PVAN-SLVG, CHRYS SJV986 WHT 00 PVAN, DODGE PWD894 BLK 02 MPVH, DODGE RRS670 WHT 98 4DSD, FORD CD110 WHT 95 MPVH, FORD 227TTV WHT 99 VAN, FORD() VIN#1FTHF25H8KPA99317 BLU 89 PKUP, FORD 710TVN WHT 98 MPVH, FORD 877TST WHT 07 PKUP, FORD GWF554 BLU 98 MPVH, FORD() VIN#1FMPU16L01LB04235 WHT 01 MPVH, FORD NGW207 GRY 04 4DSD, FORD NPT541 BLU 04 2DSD, FORD NYB337 BLK 06 MPVH, FORD NZS387 RED 02 MPVH, FORD RBX572 WHT 05 VAN, FORD() VIN#1FTEX17L2VNB84987 BLK 97 PKUP, FORD SDG278 SIL 02 2DSD, FORD STJ741 RED 97 PVAN, GEO NJY935 WHT 95 4DSD, GMC() VIN#1GKEC13K6SJ754232 BLK 95 MPVH, HONDA EWU643 BLK 92 4DSW, HONDA FBG431 GRN 93 4DSD, HONDA FFA101 WHT 94 4DSD, HONDA FNU843 WHT 93 4DSD, HONDA GCR952 WHT 95 2DSD, HONDA JDC708 GRY 00 4DSD, HONDA JST318 TAN 01 4DSD, HONDA JWA605 GRN 96 4DSD, HONDA JWJ430 TAN 03 PVAN, HONDA NND720 WHT 93 4DSD, HONDA SWP299 BLK 00 4DSD, HYUN NBG107 RED 03 4DSD, HYUN RGC252 WHT 04 4DSD, HYUN SPE262 SIL 15 MPVH, INFINI RCU135 WHT 01 MPVH, INFINI SVV335 WHT 02 4DSD, KAWA 944XNY GRY 12 PCMC-SLVG, LINC PGC836 WHT 05 4DSD, MAZDA JWZ802 TAN 02 4DSD, MAZDA JYP303 WHT 02 PVAN, MAZDA RDP460 WHT 06 MPVH, MAZDA SYP509 GRN 03 MPVH, MBENZ DW230 SIL 99 4DSD, MITSUB JXY758 GRY 03 4DSD, MITSUB SIAANA BLK 03 4DSD, NISSAN GFU895 GLD 96 4DSD, NISSAN GTT679 BLU 98 PVAN, NISSAN GVE153 GRN 98 4DSD, NISSAN() VIN#1N6AD07W85C401799 GRY 05 PKUP, NISSAN KSS538 SIL 00 4DSD, NISSAN() VIN#1N4AL11D65C315660 SIL 05 4DSD, NISSAN RPJ069 BLU 01 4DSD, NISSAN SDA555 GLD 98 4DSD, SATURN NXP597 SIL 06 MPVH, SATURN SFU500 GRN 04 MPVH, SUZUKI() VIN#JS1VS52AXY2102578 BLK 00 PCMC, TOYOTA EVF116 WHT 93 4DSD, TOYOTA FYD606 GRY 95 4DSD, TOYOTA GAP734 WHT 95 4DSD, TOYOTA GJP290 WHT 94 4DSD, TOYOTA JGF184 BLK 93 2DSD, TOYOTA RYZ336 MAR 05 4DSD, TOYOTA RZV677 SIL 99 4DSD, TOYOTA SVJ645 GRN 97 4DSD, TOYOTA SXC163 BLK 07 4DSD, VW SYB862 RED 00 4D-SLVG
February 15, 2017 0800 - ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D6),  820 ISENBERG ST, HONOLULU, 808-682-0770:  CHEV SSF041 GLD 02 4DSD, FORD NNV972 SIL 94 2DSD, NISSAN NRZ294 GRY 03 4DSD, NISSAN PNZ781 GRN 01 PKUP, SUBARU GPA496 WHT 97 4DSW, TOYOTA SCP953 WHT 93 4DSD, VW NDEED BLU 97 2DSD, YAMAHA 993XNZ BLK 02 PCMC.
February 15, 2017 0800 - ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D7),  820 ISENBERG ST, HONOLULU, 808-682-0770:  ACURA NBD722 WHT 93 4D-SLVG, BMW RXN428 BLK 95 4DSD, BUICK JBV092 GRN 00 4DSD, CHEV 765HRU BLK 09 MPVH, CHEV JRA339 GRY 97 VAN, CHEV JVD885 BLU 02 PKUP, CHEV RRJ563 RED 00 PKUP, CHRYS DP1347 BRN 03 MPVH, DODGE RTG016 BLU 12 4DSD, DODGE SCT197 BLU 01 MPVH, DODGE SVN562 RED 15 4DSD, DUCATI 044XJG RED 07 PCMC, FORD PBD842 WHT 06 MPVH, FORD SCU466 GRY 03 4DSD, HONDA HDZ531 BLU 04 2DSD, HONDA RCE306 RED 95 2DSD, HONDA RTS276 GRN 98 MPVH, HONDA() VIN#1HGCB7658PA088501 RED 93 4DSD, HYUN KVA566 GRY 02 MPVH, ISUZU RBC973 GLD 03 MPVH, LEXUS NVZ812 BLK 99 4DSD, MAZDA SWJ808 SIL 03 PKUP-SLVG, MITSUB() VIN#4A3AC44G11E051521 BLK 01 2D-SLVG, NISSAN FWA098 GRY 94 PKUP, NISSAN NDX177 SIL 03 PKUP, PONT RXC100 GLD 01 4DSD, SATURN SVN422 RED 99 4DSD, SUBARU NWZ490 WHT 06MPVH, TOYOTA() VIN#JT2AE91A1M3474747 WHT 91 4DSD, TOYOTA FVU608 BLU 94 4DSD, TOYOTA() VIN#4T1BG22K4XU522255 GRY 99 4DSD, TOYOTA PCX210 WHT 96 4DSD, TOYOTA RTS346 SIL 97 4DSD, VW JFC999 BLU 00 4DSD, VW JVA415 WHT 02 2DSD, VW RWV967 BLK 13 4DSD, VW SBA919 SIL 99 4DSD.
February 15, 2017 0800 - ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D8), 85-1330 WAIANAE VALLEY RD, WAIANAE, 808-682-0770:  ACURA() VIN#JH4DB7659RS010002 WHT 94 4D-SLVG, CHEV() VIN#1GBJC34K5PE177878 WHT 93 FLTBD, CHEV FWR793 GRY 91 PKUP, FORD MJH584 SIL 02 MPVH, FORD PWB547 GLD 02 4DSD, FORD RYB123 BLK 02 2DSD, HONDA JFT857 GRN 94 4DSD, HONDA MTV509 GLD 91 4DSD, HONDA() VIN#JHMCD5556RC118776 BLK 94 4DSD, HONDA RWN925 SIL 02 4DSD, INFINI SVV782 BLU 04 4D-SLVG, MAZDA GDS058 BLU 95 4DSD, MAZDA RDU493 RED 00 4DSD, TOYOTA FXE508 SIL 94 4D-SLVG, TOYOTA NNR190 WHT 91 PKUP.
February 15, 2017 0800 - ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D8), 91-222 OLAI ST, 808-682-0770:  ACURA CN860 WHT 94 4DSD, ACURA RNB809 WHT 99 4D-SLVG, BUICK RZN920 GRY 99 4DSD, CHEV GDU432 BLU 88 PKUP, CHRYS() VIN#1C3EL65RX2N234440 GLD 00 2DSD, DODGE NVR559 GRY 05 4DSD, FORD GRU808 SIL 97 PKUP, FORD NDC194 TAN 99 4DSD, FORD NFT091 RED 04 2DSD, FORD NGC497 GRN 03 MPVH, FORD PBC721 SIL 06 PVAN, FORD PWG070 RED 99 MPVH, FORD SFU314 RED 97 MPVH, HONDA() VIN#2HKRL18621H572902 SIL 01 PVAN, HONDA JTF896 SIL 96 4DSD, HONDA PDV316 BLU 91 4DSD, HONDA RWF107 SIL 98 4DSD, MAZDA CU235 BLK 04 4DSD, MAZDA NYF219 GRY 06 4DSD, MAZDA PSC624 GRY 00 4DSD, MAZDA PXA101 GRN 97 4D-SLVG, MAZDA SFZ706 WHT 91 PKUP, MAZDA SGV807 BLK 02 MPVH-SLVG, MERC PTU899 GRY 08 4DSD, NISSAN NSF421 GLD 05 4DSD, NISSAN SCU279 MAR 05 4DSD, NISSAN SSG363 GLD 01 4DSD, OLDS JPC511 TAN 01 4DSD, SATURN() VIN#5GZER33708J257783 BLK 08 MPVH, TOYOTA BZ414 BLK 90 2DSD, TOYOTA MEX249 GRN 99 4DSD, TOYOTA PXU786 GLD 06 MPVH.
February 16, 2017 0800 - ALBERTS TOWING (AV/DER), 91-209 KUHELA ST, KAPOLEI, 808-682-0580:  ACURA() VIN#JH4DC548X5S006629 SIL 05 2DSD, ACURA RSW053 WHT 01 4D-SLVG, CHEV() VIN#1GAHG39UX61209604 WHT 06 PVAN, CHEV() VIN#1GAHG39J4Y1133418 BRN 00 MPVH, CHRYS STW245 BLU 09 MPVH, FORD SBA691 RED 12 MPVH, FORD SRV388 SIL 08 MPVH, HYUN SRN785 WHT 96 4DSW, LINC SFY963 GLD 01 4DSD, NISSAN GVE617 SIL 98 4DSD, NISSAN GYY216 WHT 99 4DSD, SMRT RTF379 BLK 12 2DCP, TOYOTA NSP276 BLK 99 MPVH, TOYOTA PSF745 WHT 91 PKUP, TOYOTA RTJ421 BRN 97 4DSD.
February 16, 2017 0800 - ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (AV/DER), 91-222 OLAI ST, 808-682-0770:  FORD RYU744 BLU 01 PKUP, JEEP NBU615 GRY 03 MPVH, TOYOTA JCN777 WHT 99 PVAN.

(SA959885   2/8/17)~


DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL
STATE OF HAWAII
NOTICE OF INTENT TO ADMINISTRATIVELY FORFEIT PROPERTY

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE PERSONS IDENTIFIED HEREIN AND ALL OTHERS WHO MAY HAVE AN INTEREST that administrative forfeiture proceedings have been commenced against the property listed herein by the filing with the Attorney General of Petitions for Administrative Forfeiture pursuant to Chapter 712A, (Hawaii Omnibus Criminal Forfeiture Act), Hawaii Revised Statutes ("HRS"). The appearance of names of persons and business entities in this notice does not mean that they are criminal suspects; it only means that the state believes they may have an interest in the described property.
1.  JONOVAN K. JOSEPH
Property Seized: 2007 GMC Envoy, PPD-772, VIN: 1GKDS13S172112825 (Est. Value: $5,000.00)
Date of Seizure: 1/29/16; 6/7/16
Place of Seizure: 85-130 Ala Hema St., Waianae, HI
Violation:  708-830 & 708-831, HRS
2.  TYRONE E. WILLIAMS, III. aka GENE E. MOSBY, III.
Property Seized: $2,080.00 in U.S. Currency
Date of Seizure: 2/27/15; 9/8/16
Place of Seizure: Nohonani St., Hon., HI
Violation:  712-1242 & 712-1243, HRS

INSTRUCTIONS TO CLAIMANTS

Persons claiming an interest in the property listed herein may do one, and only one, of the following:
1) The Claimant may do nothing, in which case the property will be administratively forfeited; or
2) The Claimant may file a Petition for Remission or Mitigation. A Petition for Remission or Mitigation admits that the property is subject to forfeiture but asks the Attorney General to pardon the property, in whole or in part, due to extenuating circumstances. The Attorney General’s decision is final, not subject to appeal, and may be made without a hearing. A Petition for Remission or Mitigation must be signed by the petitioner and sworn on oath before a notary public, and shall contain the following:
  a) A reasonably complete description of the property;
  b) A statement of the interest of the petitioner in the property, as owner or interest-holder, which may   be supported by bills of sale, contracts, or mortgages, or other documentary evidence; and
  c) Facts and circumstances sufficient to show whether the petitioner:
  i) owns or holds an interest as defined by Section 712A-1, HRS, in the seized property;
  ii) had any knowledge that the property was or would be involved in any violation of the law;
  iii) had any knowledge of the particular violation which subjected the property to seizure and   forfeiture;
  iv) had any knowledge that the user of the property had any record, including arrests, except where   the person was acquitted or the charges dismissed due to lack of evidence, for the violation   which subjected the property to seizure and forfeiture or for any crime which is similar in nature.
The Attorney General will inquire into the facts and circumstances alleged in the Petition for Remission or Mitigation ("Petition"), if one is filed, and provide a written decision on the Petition within sixty days.  If the circumstances of the case require more time, the Petitioner will be notified in writing, within the sixty day period of the circumstances requiring more time, and be further notified of the expected decision date; or
3) The Claimant may seek judicial determination of the forfeiture by filing a claim and cost or in pauperis bond.  A claim shall be signed by the claimant and sworn on oath before a notary public and shall comply with the requirements of Section 712A-12(5), HRS.  Specifically, the claim shall be signed by the claimant and sworn on oath before a notary public and shall set forth all the following:
  a) The name of the claimant;
  b) The address at which the claimant will accept future mailings from the court or the prosecuting   attorney;
  c) The nature and extent of the claimant’s interest in the property;
  d) The time, transferor and circumstances of the claimant’s acquisition of the interest in the property;
  e) The specific provisions of Chapter 712A, HRS, relied on in asserting that the property seized for   forfeiture is not subject to forfeiture;
  f) Facts supporting each assertion that the property is not subject to forfeiture;
  g) Any additional facts supporting the claimant’s claim; and
  h) The precise relief sought. 
The claim must be accompanied by a cost bond in the amount of $2,500.00 or ten percent of the estimated value of the property, whichever is greater, or an in pauperis bond consisting of a declaration in the form of and containing the elements specified in the Appendix to the Hawaii Rules of Penal Procedure.
Upon receipt of a claim and bond, which substantially comply with the foregoing requirements, the Attorney General will notify the Prosecuting Attorney who may either petition the Circuit Court for forfeiture of the property within forty-five (45) days of receipt of notice that a proper claim and bond has been filed, or may elect to honor the claim and forego further forfeiture proceedings. If the Prosecuting Attorney forgoes further proceedings, the seizing agency will be authorized to release the property, or some specified interest in it. If the Prosecuting Attorney petitions the circuit court for forfeiture and the claimant fails to prove that his/her interest is exempt from forfeiture under Section 712A-5, HRS, the claimant shall pay the State’s costs and expenses, including reasonable attorneys fees incurred in connection with a judicial proceeding.

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A Petition for Remission or Mitigation, or a claim and cost or in pauperis bond must be filed with the Attorney General at the address specified below within thirty days after the date of publication of this notice or actual receipt of the Petition for Administrative Forfeiture, whichever occurs first. No extension of the filing deadline may be granted for owners or interest-holders who wish to file a Petition for Remission or Mitigation.  However, for a claim, one (1) extension of thirty (30) days for filing of the claim may be granted upon a written request demonstrating good cause provided that the request is received by the Attorney General within the thirty (30) day period for filing a claim.
Notice is also hereby given that the property will be forfeited to the State of Hawaii if a petition for remission or mitigation, or a claim and cost or in pauperis bond, is not filed with the Attorney General in substantial compliance with Sections 712A-10 and 712A-12(5), HRS.
      Department of the Attorney General
      Civil Recoveries Division
      425 Queen Street
      Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
      DATED:  February 6, 2017
      DOUGLAS S. CHIN
      Attorney General
      State of Hawaii

(SA957817   2/6/17)~


STATE OF HAWAII
DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES

NOTICE OF ANIMAL CONTROL ACTIVITIES AND TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF MAUNA KEA FOREST RESERVE, MAUNA KEA ICE AGE NATURAL AREA RESERVE, PALILA MITIGATION LANDS, AND KAOHE GAME MANAGEMENT AREA
Legal Notice DOFAW

HILO—The Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR) Division of Forestry and Wildlife (DOFAW) will conduct animal control activities specifically for trapping mouflon/feral sheep hybrids; staff hunting, and/or aerial shooting from helicopters for feral goats, feral sheep, mouflon and mouflon/feral sheep hybrids within palila critical habitat in the Mauna Kea Forest Reserve (Unit A), Mauna Kea Ice Age Natural Area Reserve (Unit K), Palila Mitigation Lands, and the Kaohe Game Management Area (Unit G) on the island of Hawaii.  Aerial shooting is required for compliance with the federal court order mandating the removal of sheep and goats from critical habitat for palila, a bird endemic to Hawaii.

Control schedules are February 22 and 23, 2017.  Public access to Mauna Kea Forest Reserve, Mauna Kea Ice Age Natural Area Reserve, Palila Mitigation Lands, the Kaohe Game Management Area and Mauna Kea Hunter Access Road will be restricted and allowed BY PERMIT ONLY for animal salvage purposes on the following dates: 

7 a.m. February 22, 2017
6 a.m. February 23, 2017

These actions are pursuant to HAR§ 13-130-19 and § 13-104-23(a) (3). The Mauna Kea Observatory Road will remain open.  The temporary closure is needed to minimize the dangers of incompatible uses in the forest area and safely conduct animal control activities. To implement the closure, both the Hale Pohaku and Kilohana gated entrances to Unit A and G and the gate behind Mauna Kea State Recreation Area will be locked/reopened as follows: 

Locked 7 p.m. February 21, 2017 and reopened 7 p.m. February 23, 2017

Copies of the map illustrating the area subject to aerial shooting on these dates are available for inspection at the Division of Forestry and Wildlife Office.

Due to high public participation, telephone call-ins to the DOFAW Kamuela Office at (808) 887-6063 for receiving salvage permits will be conducted from 9 a.m. Ferbruary 15, 2017, to 10 a.m. the day before each shoot day. One permit will be issued per call per vehicle for one day only.  Applicants can have their names added to a stand-by list for additional days, should all slots not be filled by other applicants. No standbys waiting at the gates will be allowed access. The driver, occupants, vehicle license plate, and make/model of vehicle are needed when calling in.  A maximum of 15 permitted vehicles will be allowed at the Puu Ko’ohi location and 15 permitted vehicles at the Pu’u Mali location.

Carcasses taken during the shoot will be available to the permitted public for salvage at the following locations (4-wheel drive vehicle are required, and access permits will be issued). There is no guarantee that animals will be able to be salvaged.

Salvage locations are subject to change:

  On February 22, 2017, at Puu Ko’ohi. Permittees must meet at Mauna Kea   Recreation Area at 7 a.m. sharp.
  On February 23, 2017 at Pu’u Mali. Permittees must meet across from the   Waimea Veterinary office on Mana Road at 6 a.m. sharp.

Contact the Division of Forestry and Wildlife in Hilo at (808) 974-4221 or in Kamuela at (808) 887-6063 for additional details regarding meat salvage or access permits.

Done at Honolulu this 24th day of January, 2017.


Suzanne D. Case, Chairperson
Department of Land and Natural Resources
(WHT958052   1/29/17)

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STATE OF HAWAII
DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES

NOTICE OF ANIMAL CONTROL ACTIVITIES AND TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF MAUNA KEA FOREST RESERVE, MAUNA KEA ICE AGE NATURAL AREA RESERVE, PALILA MITIGATION LANDS, AND KAOHE GAME MANAGEMENT AREA
Legal Notice DOFAW

HILO—The Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR) Division of Forestry and Wildlife (DOFAW) will conduct animal control activities specifically for trapping mouflon/feral sheep hybrids; staff hunting, and/or aerial shooting from helicopters for feral goats, feral sheep, mouflon and mouflon/feral sheep hybrids within palila critical habitat in the Mauna Kea Forest Reserve (Unit A), Mauna Kea Ice Age Natural Area Reserve (Unit K), Palila Mitigation Lands, and the Kaohe Game Management Area (Unit G) on the island of Hawaii.  Aerial shooting is required for compliance with the federal court order mandating the removal of sheep and goats from critical habitat for palila, a bird endemic to Hawaii.

Control schedules are February 22 and 23, 2017.  Public access to Mauna Kea Forest Reserve, Mauna Kea Ice Age Natural Area Reserve, Palila Mitigation Lands, the Kaohe Game Management Area and Mauna Kea Hunter Access Road will be restricted and allowed BY PERMIT ONLY for animal salvage purposes on the following dates: 

7 a.m. February 22, 2017
6 a.m. February 23, 2017

These actions are pursuant to HAR§ 13-130-19 and § 13-104-23(a) (3). The Mauna Kea Observatory Road will remain open.  The temporary closure is needed to minimize the dangers of incompatible uses in the forest area and safely conduct animal control activities. To implement the closure, both the Hale Pohaku and Kilohana gated entrances to Unit A and G and the gate behind Mauna Kea State Recreation Area will be locked/reopened as follows: 

Locked 7 p.m. February 21, 2017 and reopened 7 p.m. February 23, 2017

Copies of the map illustrating the area subject to aerial shooting on these dates are available for inspection at the Division of Forestry and Wildlife Office.

Due to high public participation, telephone call-ins to the DOFAW Kamuela Office at (808) 887-6063 for receiving salvage permits will be conducted from 9 a.m. Ferbruary 15, 2017, to 10 a.m. the day before each shoot day. One permit will be issued per call per vehicle for one day only.  Applicants can have their names added to a stand-by list for additional days, should all slots not be filled by other applicants. No standbys waiting at the gates will be allowed access. The driver, occupants, vehicle license plate, and make/model of vehicle are needed when calling in.  A maximum of 15 permitted vehicles will be allowed at the Puu Ko’ohi location and 15 permitted vehicles at the Pu’u Mali location.

Carcasses taken during the shoot will be available to the permitted public for salvage at the following locations (4-wheel drive vehicle are required, and access permits will be issued). There is no guarantee that animals will be able to be salvaged.

Salvage locations are subject to change:

  On February 22, 2017, at Puu Ko’ohi. Permittees must meet at Mauna Kea   Recreation Area at 7 a.m. sharp.
  On February 23, 2017 at Pu’u Mali. Permittees must meet across from the   Waimea Veterinary office on Mana Road at 6 a.m. sharp.

Contact the Division of Forestry and Wildlife in Hilo at (808) 974-4221 or in Kamuela at (808) 887-6063 for additional details regarding meat salvage or access permits.

Done at Honolulu this 24th day of January, 2017.


Suzanne D. Case, Chairperson
Department of Land and Natural Resources
(HTH957646   1/29/17)

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COUNTY   OF   KAUAI PLANNING   DEPARTMENT, LIHUE, KAUAI

4444 Rice St., Kapule Building, Lihue, Hawaii 96766.  Tel:  241-4050.  Pursuant to provisions of State Land Use Commission Rules and Regulations and Chapter 8 of the Kauai County Code 1987, as amended, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of a hearing to be held by the Planning Commission of the County of Kauai at the Lihue Civic Center, Moikeha Building, Meeting Rooms 2A and 2B, 4444 Rice Street, Lihue, Kauai on Tuesday, February 28, 2017 starting at 9:00 a.m. or soon thereafter to consider the following:
1. Class IV Zoning Permit Z-IV-2017-5, Use Permit U-2017-5 and Special Permit SP-2017-2 to allow construction of a new terminal/administration facility, fueling area, aircraft hangar, and associated improvements on a parcel located along the makai side of Ahukini Road in Lihue, situated approx. ½-mile north of the Lihue Heliport facility, further identified as Tax Map Key 3-5-001:158, and affecting a portion of a larger parcel containing 61.5 acres.
All persons may present testimony for or against any application as public witnesses.  Such testimony should be made in writing and presented to the Department prior to the hearing.  Late written testimony may be submitted up to seven days after the close of the hearing in cases where the Commission does not take action on the same day as the hearing. Any party may be represented by counsel if he or she so desires. Also, individuals may appear on their own behalf, a member of a partnership may represent the partnership, and an officer or authorized employee of a corporation or trust or association may represent the corporation, trust or association. Petitions for intervenor status must be submitted to the Commission and the applicant at least seven days prior to the date of the hearing advertised herein and shall be in conformance with Chapter 4 of the Rules of Practice and Procedure of the Planning Commission. Proposed plans, bills and the Rules of Practice and Procedure of the Planning Commission are available for inspection during normal business hours at the address above. Copies of the proposal may be mailed to any person willing to pay the required fees for copying and postage.  Mailing requests may be made to the Department in writing at the address above.  Special accommodations for those with disabilities are available upon request five days prior to the meeting date by contacting the Department at the information above.  KAUAI PLANNING COMMISSION Kimo M. Keawe, Chairperson, By Michael A. Dahilig, Clerk of the Commission.

(TGI955322   1/27/17)~


Do you have an Additional Dwelling
Unit (ADU) Facilities Clearance Form?
Did you forget to re-certify in 2015?
* NOTE: ONLY applies to lots in the Agricultural and Open zoning districts.*
You must re-certify your form with the Planning Department by:
FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 2017
or you will lose your entitlements for building and zoning permits.
Visit the Planning Department at the Li¯hu’e Civic Center, the website
www.kauai.gov/Planning or call 241-4050 for more information.

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REQUEST FOR PUBLIC COMMENTS
ON DRAFT AIR PERMIT
REGULATING THE EMISSIONS OF AIR POLLUTANTS

(Docket No. 17-CA-PA-01)

Pursuant to Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS), Chapter 342B-13, and Hawaii Administrative Rules (HAR), Chapter 11-60.1, the Department of Health, State of Hawaii (DOH), is requesting public comments on the following DRAFT PERMIT presently under review for:

Covered Source Permit (CSP) No. 0789-01-CT
Initial Application No. 0789-02
Road and Highway Builders, LLC
400 TPH Portable Drum Mix Asphalt Plant
Located At:  Various Temporary Sites, State of Hawaii
Proposed Location:  Pohakuloa Training Area, Hilo, Hawaii

The DRAFT PERMIT is described as follows:

The issuance of CSP No. 0789-01-CT would grant conditional approval to Road and Highway Builders, LLC, to construct and operate the 400 tons per hour (TPH) portable drum mix asphalt plant.  This facility is subject to 40 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 60, Subpart I - Standards of Performance for Hot Mix Asphalt Facilities. 

The ADMINISTRATIVE RECORD, consisting of the APPLICATION and non-confidential supporting material from the applicant, the permit review summary, and the DRAFT PERMIT, is available for public inspection during regular office hours, Monday through Friday, 7:45 a.m. to 4:15 p.m., at the following locations:

Oahu:
Clean Air Branch, Department of Health
  919 Ala Moana Boulevard, Room 203, Honolulu, Oahu 96814

Hilo:
Hawaii District Health Office, Department of Health
  1582 Kamehameha Avenue, Hilo, Hawaii 96720

Kona:
Sanitation Branch, Department of Health
  79-1020 Haukapila Street, Room 115, Kona, Hawaii 96750

All comments on the draft permit and any request for a public hearing must be in writing, addressed to the Clean Air Branch at the above address on Oahu, and must be postmarked or received by February 20, 2017.

Any person may request a public hearing by submitting a written request that explains the party’s interest and the reasons why a hearing is warranted.  The DOH may hold a public hearing if a hearing would aid in DOH’s decision.  If a public hearing is warranted, a public notice for the hearing will be published at least thirty (30) days in advance of the hearing.

Interested persons may obtain copies of the administrative record or parts thereof by paying five (5) cents per page copying costs.  Please send written requests to the Oahu office of the CIean Air Branch listed above or call Ms. Jing Hu at the Clean Air Branch in Honolulu at (808) 586-4200.  Electronic copies of the draft permit and permit review may be found online at
http://health.hawaii.gov/cab/public-notices/.

Comments on the draft permit should address, but need not be limited to, the permit conditions and the facility’s compliance with federal and state air pollution laws, including: (1) the National and State Ambient Air Quality Standards; and (2) HRS, Chapter 342B, and HAR, Chapter 11-60.1.

The DOH will make a final decision on the permit after considering all comments and will send notice of the final decision to each person who has submitted comments or requested such notice.

    Virginia Pressler, M.D.
    Director of Health
(WHT953483   1/19/17)

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REQUEST FOR PUBLIC COMMENTS
ON DRAFT AIR PERMIT
REGULATING THE EMISSIONS OF AIR POLLUTANTS

(Docket No. 17-CA-PA-01)

Pursuant to Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS), Chapter 342B-13, and Hawaii Administrative Rules (HAR), Chapter 11-60.1, the Department of Health, State of Hawaii (DOH), is requesting public comments on the following DRAFT PERMIT presently under review for:

Covered Source Permit (CSP) No. 0789-01-CT
Initial Application No. 0789-02
Road and Highway Builders, LLC
400 TPH Portable Drum Mix Asphalt Plant
Located At:  Various Temporary Sites, State of Hawaii
Proposed Location:  Pohakuloa Training Area, Hilo, Hawaii

The DRAFT PERMIT is described as follows:

The issuance of CSP No. 0789-01-CT would grant conditional approval to Road and Highway Builders, LLC, to construct and operate the 400 tons per hour (TPH) portable drum mix asphalt plant.  This facility is subject to 40 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 60, Subpart I - Standards of Performance for Hot Mix Asphalt Facilities. 

The ADMINISTRATIVE RECORD, consisting of the APPLICATION and non-confidential supporting material from the applicant, the permit review summary, and the DRAFT PERMIT, is available for public inspection during regular office hours, Monday through Friday, 7:45 a.m. to 4:15 p.m., at the following locations:

Oahu:
Clean Air Branch, Department of Health
  919 Ala Moana Boulevard, Room 203, Honolulu, Oahu 96814

Hilo:
Hawaii District Health Office, Department of Health
  1582 Kamehameha Avenue, Hilo, Hawaii 96720

Kona:
Sanitation Branch, Department of Health
  79-1020 Haukapila Street, Room 115, Kona, Hawaii 96750

All comments on the draft permit and any request for a public hearing must be in writing, addressed to the Clean Air Branch at the above address on Oahu, and must be postmarked or received by February 20, 2017.

Any person may request a public hearing by submitting a written request that explains the party’s interest and the reasons why a hearing is warranted.  The DOH may hold a public hearing if a hearing would aid in DOH’s decision.  If a public hearing is warranted, a public notice for the hearing will be published at least thirty (30) days in advance of the hearing.

Interested persons may obtain copies of the administrative record or parts thereof by paying five (5) cents per page copying costs.  Please send written requests to the Oahu office of the CIean Air Branch listed above or call Ms. Jing Hu at the Clean Air Branch in Honolulu at (808) 586-4200.  Electronic copies of the draft permit and permit review may be found online at
http://health.hawaii.gov/cab/public-notices/.

Comments on the draft permit should address, but need not be limited to, the permit conditions and the facility’s compliance with federal and state air pollution laws, including: (1) the National and State Ambient Air Quality Standards; and (2) HRS, Chapter 342B, and HAR, Chapter 11-60.1.

The DOH will make a final decision on the permit after considering all comments and will send notice of the final decision to each person who has submitted comments or requested such notice.

    Virginia Pressler, M.D.
    Director of Health
(SA953482   1/19/17)

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REQUEST FOR PUBLIC COMMENTS
ON DRAFT AIR PERMIT
REGULATING THE EMISSIONS OF AIR POLLUTANTS

(Docket No. 17-CA-PA-01)

Pursuant to Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS), Chapter 342B-13, and Hawaii Administrative Rules (HAR), Chapter 11-60.1, the Department of Health, State of Hawaii (DOH), is requesting public comments on the following DRAFT PERMIT presently under review for:

Covered Source Permit (CSP) No. 0789-01-CT
Initial Application No. 0789-02
Road and Highway Builders, LLC
400 TPH Portable Drum Mix Asphalt Plant
Located At:  Various Temporary Sites, State of Hawaii
Proposed Location:  Pohakuloa Training Area, Hilo, Hawaii

The DRAFT PERMIT is described as follows:

The issuance of CSP No. 0789-01-CT would grant conditional approval to Road and Highway Builders, LLC, to construct and operate the 400 tons per hour (TPH) portable drum mix asphalt plant.  This facility is subject to 40 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 60, Subpart I - Standards of Performance for Hot Mix Asphalt Facilities. 

The ADMINISTRATIVE RECORD, consisting of the APPLICATION and non-confidential supporting material from the applicant, the permit review summary, and the DRAFT PERMIT, is available for public inspection during regular office hours, Monday through Friday, 7:45 a.m. to 4:15 p.m., at the following locations:

Oahu:
Clean Air Branch, Department of Health
  919 Ala Moana Boulevard, Room 203, Honolulu, Oahu 96814

Hilo:
Hawaii District Health Office, Department of Health
  1582 Kamehameha Avenue, Hilo, Hawaii 96720

Kona:
Sanitation Branch, Department of Health
  79-1020 Haukapila Street, Room 115, Kona, Hawaii 96750

All comments on the draft permit and any request for a public hearing must be in writing, addressed to the Clean Air Branch at the above address on Oahu, and must be postmarked or received by February 20, 2017.

Any person may request a public hearing by submitting a written request that explains the party’s interest and the reasons why a hearing is warranted.  The DOH may hold a public hearing if a hearing would aid in DOH’s decision.  If a public hearing is warranted, a public notice for the hearing will be published at least thirty (30) days in advance of the hearing.

Interested persons may obtain copies of the administrative record or parts thereof by paying five (5) cents per page copying costs.  Please send written requests to the Oahu office of the CIean Air Branch listed above or call Ms. Jing Hu at the Clean Air Branch in Honolulu at (808) 586-4200.  Electronic copies of the draft permit and permit review may be found online at
http://health.hawaii.gov/cab/public-notices/.

Comments on the draft permit should address, but need not be limited to, the permit conditions and the facility’s compliance with federal and state air pollution laws, including: (1) the National and State Ambient Air Quality Standards; and (2) HRS, Chapter 342B, and HAR, Chapter 11-60.1.

The DOH will make a final decision on the permit after considering all comments and will send notice of the final decision to each person who has submitted comments or requested such notice.

    Virginia Pressler, M.D.
    Director of Health
(HTH952715   1/19/17)

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DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING - COUNTY   OF   KAUAI
LIHUE,  KAUA’I

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, of a public hearing to be held by the Planning Commission of the County of Kauai at the Lihue Civic Center, Mo`ikeha Building, Meeting Rooms 2A-2B, 4444 Rice Street, Lihue, Kaua’i.
The Commission will consider under the provisions of Chapter 7 of the Kauai County Code 1987, as amended, the following: On Tuesday, January 31, 2017 starting at 9:00 a.m., or soon thereafter Zoning Amendment ZA-2017-3 relating to updating the General Plan for the County of Kaua’i and technical amendments related to the definition of Development Plan. 
All interested persons may present testimony for or against any application as public witnesses.  Such testimony should be made in writing and presented to the Department of Planning prior to the public hearing.  Late written testimony may be submitted up to seven (7) days after the close of the public hearing in cases where the Planning Commission does not take action on the same day the hearing was held. 
Any party may be represented by counsel if he or she so desires.  In addition, individuals may appear on their own behalf, a member of a partnership may represent the partnership, and an officer or authorized employee of a corporation or trust or association may represent the corporation, trust or association.
Chapter 4 of the Rules of Practice and Procedure of the Planning Commission relating to intervention does not apply to General Plan, Zoning or State Land Use District Boundary Amendments and Rule Making Procedures before the Commission.
Related Documents and the Rules of Practice and Procedure of the Planning Commission are available for inspection at the Planning Department which is located at 4444 Rice Street, Lihu’e, Kaua’i.

KAUAI PLANNING COMMISSION

              Sean Mahoney, Chairperson
(G.I. January 16, 2017)            By Michael A. Dahilig, Commission Clerk
Note:  Special accommodations for persons with disabilities are available upon request five (5) days prior to the meeting date, to the County Planning Department, 4444 Rice Street, Lihue, Hi 96766.  Tel.: 241-4050.

(TGI948520   1/16/17)~


Bill No. 3

I hereby certify that the following Bill passed first reading at the meeting of the Hawai’i County Council on January 5, 2017, by vote as listed below:

Bill 3:  Amends Ordinance No. 16-72, as Amended, the Operating Budget for the County of Hawai’i for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2017.  Increases revenues in the Federal Grants - State Homeland Security Program Fiscal Year 16 account ($200,000); and appropriates the same to the State Homeland Security Program Fiscal Year 16 account. AYES: Council Members David, Eoff, Kanuha, Lee Loy, O’Hara, Richards, Ruggles, and Chair Poindexter - 8; NOES:  None; ABSENT:  Council Member Chung - 1; EXCUSED:  None. 

  Stewart Maeda
  COUNTY CLERK

Hawai’i County is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer.

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Bill No. 3

I hereby certify that the following Bill passed first reading at the meeting of the Hawai’i County Council on January 5, 2017, by vote as listed below:

Bill 3:  Amends Ordinance No. 16-72, as Amended, the Operating Budget for the County of Hawai’i for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2017.  Increases revenues in the Federal Grants - State Homeland Security Program Fiscal Year 16 account ($200,000); and appropriates the same to the State Homeland Security Program Fiscal Year 16 account. AYES: Council Members David, Eoff, Kanuha, Lee Loy, O’Hara, Richards, Ruggles, and Chair Poindexter - 8; NOES:  None; ABSENT:  Council Member Chung - 1; EXCUSED:  None. 

  Stewart Maeda
  COUNTY CLERK

Hawai’i County is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer.

(HTH952331   1/14/17)~


NOTICE OF CONSULTATION
SECTION 106 OF THE NATIONAL HISTORIC PRESERVATION ACT OF 1966 AS AMENDED (2006)
GUARDRAIL AND SHOULDER IMPROVEMENTS AT VARIOUS LOCATIONS, PART 4
KOLOA DISTRICT, AHUPUAA OF KALAHEO AND KOLOA;
LIHUE DISTRICT, AHUPUAA OF HAIKU AND HANAMAULU;
KAWAIHAU DISTRICT, AHUPUAA OF WAILUA, OLOHENA, KAPAA, KEALIA,
KAMALOMALOO, ANAHOLA, ALIOMANU, PAPAA AND MOLOAA;
AND HANALEI DISTRICT, AHUPUAA OF WAIPAKE, PILAA, WAIAKALUA,
KAHILI, KILAUEA AND KALIHIWAI, ISLAND OF KAUAI
FEDERAL-AID PROJECT NO.: STP-0700(078) (FORMERLY HWY-K-01-16)
TAX MAP KEYS: (4) 2,3,4,5 VARIOUS
Notice is hereby given that the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and State of Hawaii Department of Transportation, Highways Division
propose a guardrail and shoulder improvement project. This proposed project is a federal funded HDOT project. It will be considered a federal
action and undertaking, as defined by Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) of 1966, as amended (2006). HDOT proposes to
improve the highway by replacing existing guardrail in several non¬contiguous areas along Kaumualii Highway (Route 50), Kuhio Highway (Route
56) and Kuamoo Road (Route 580). All work will be done within the existing, previously disturbed State right-of-way (ROW). The proposed project
involves removing and replacing existing guardrail end treatments and raising transition sections of existing guardrail posts and rail. Maximum
depth of guardrail end treatments will be 6’-0" and maximum depth of raised existing transition sections of rail will be 4’-0" (typical). The Area of
Potential Effects (APE) is 0.9372 acre and is broken into a total of 106 locations: 16 locations along Route 50, Kaumualii Highway, Mile Post 3.0 to
Mile Post 12.08; 72 locations along Route 56, Kuhio Highway, Mile Post 1.16 to Mile Post 25.34; and 18 locations along Route 580, Kuamoo Road,
Mile Post 0.04 to Mile Post 3.91.
Pursuant to Section 106 of the NHPA, Native Hawaiian organizations and Native Hawaiian descendants with ancestral, lineal or cultural ties to,
cultural knowledge or concerns for, and cultural or religious attachment to the proposed project area are requested to contact Mr. Raymond J.
McCormick, P.E. via email at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), or by US Postal Service to Department of Transportation, 1720 Haleukana Street,
Lihue, HI 96766.
Please respond by February 3, 2017.

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CITY & COUNTY OF HONOLULU
DEPARTMENT OF CUSTOMER SERVICES
PUBLIC AUCTION OF ABANDONED & UNCLAIMED VEHICLES

Notice is hereby given that the following listed vehicles, after being towed and unclaimed pursuant to Chapter 290-1, Hawaii Revised Statutes, and/or pursuant to Section 1513.10, Revised Ordinances of Honolulu, will be either sold by auction as is, disposed of, sold as junk, or will be donated to a governmental agency at the scheduled hour of auction. There will be a minimum bid of Fifty dollars ($50.00) for each vehicle sold at auction. Vehicles may be inspected within 5 calendar days prior to the day of auction by appointment with the tow company. Vehicles will be sold as is and where is by online internet bidding using the City’s Vendor Self Service system (VSS). Online bidding for law enforcement towed vehicles will begin on JANUARY 18, 2017 8:00 am. Bidding for abandoned vehicles will begin on JANUARY 19, 2017 8:00 am.  All auctions will begin closing at 10 am each respective day. Refer to bid page for details. Interested bidders can register online at https://www5.honolulu.gov/webapp/VSSPSRV1/ AltSelfService.  For assistance with VSS, contact our VSS Help Desk at (808)768-5535. The awarded buyer shall pay to the City and County of Honolulu their highest bid price per vehicle incurred at the close of the online bidding. Failure to pay all expenses will be cause for disqualification, penalty and suspension from participating in the online auctions. Payment, in the exact amount, shall be by cash, certified check, money order, or cashier’s check from a local bank, credit union or financial institution, made payable to CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU and preprinted by the issuing institution. Awarded buyers must make payment at Budget and Fiscal Services Purchasing Division, Room 115, 530 South King Street (City Hall) the day after the online auction closes. Payments shall be received no later than 2:00 pm. The awarded buyer shall pay all towing, storage, and any other expenses to the tow contractor when claiming the auctioned vehicle. Transfer of ownership or transfer of ownership with storage of vehicle must be recorded within thirty (30) days of auction or a penalty transfer fee of ($60.00) Sixty dollars shall be charged.

For information and appointments to view vehicles call the tow contractor(s).

January 18, 2017 0900 -  ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D1),  820 ISENBERG ST,  HONOLULU,  808-682-0770:  ACURA JJJ201 SIL 01 2DSD, BUICK SWV982 RED 16 4DSD, CHEV SDE099 BLK 05 4DSD, FORD GEC006 RED 95 PVAN, GMC NBE886 BLU 98 PVAN, HONDA FXT945 BLK 94 4DSD, HONDA GXP954 BLU 96 PVAN, HONDA RXT918 SIL 99 4DSD, LEXUS PCS765 WHT 94 4DSD, LEXUS SJC404 GRN 95 2DSD, NISSAN NXV124 SIL 91 4D-SLVG, NISSAN NZV447 GRY 06 MPVH, NISSAN PWN876 RED 89 2DSD, SATURN GSD681 WHT 98 4DSD, TOYOTA EGJ184 BLU 85 4DSD, VW SYB754 BLK 16 4DSD

January 18, 2017 0900 – ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D1), 1040 MAKEPONO ST, HONOLULU, 808-682-0770:  BMW JVW670 SIL 02 4DSD, CHEV SXC182 WHT 82 PKUP, FORD RNW194 WHT 97 PKUP, FORD() VIN#1FAFP53UX7A141251 WHT 07 4DSD, MAZDA JYR452 WHT 03 4DSD

January 18, 2017 0900 -  ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D2),  410 OLIVE AVE,  WAHIAWA,  808-682-0770:  CHEV() VIN#1GBGC24K3LE217695 WHT 90 PKUP, CHEV RJN336 GRY 99 4DSD, DODGE PXC017 BLU 98 MPVH, DODGE RJE098 BLU 95 PKUP, FORD EDD366 WHT 91 PKUP, FORD NFR328 SIL 97 PKUP, FORD RPT213 GLD 02 PKUP, HONDA GJE103 GLD 90 4DSD, HONDA JST097 BLU 01 4DSD, HONDA JZD413 WHT 02 PVAN, HONDA NCY106 WHT 03 4DSD,  HONDA NRS601 MAR 92 4DSD, HONDA PFZ036 WHT 94 2DSD, HONDA PZN283 MAR 07 PVAN, HONDA RDC548 WHT 97 4D-SLVG, HONDA RZB140 SIL 99 4DSD, HYUN SSZ850 SIL 01 MPVH, KIA NCJ165 BLK 03 PVAN, KIA NWC519 WHT 00 MPVH, MAZDA JTT319 YEL 02 4DSD, MAZDA NNG358 GLD 04 PVAN, MITSUB RWG044 WHT 12 MPVH, NISSAN EGD338 WHT 92 4DSD, NISSAN NBA020 SIL 03 4DSD, NISSAN PFY017 WHT 06 4DSD, NISSAN SNJ800 WHT 02 4DSD, SUZUKI PRV801 WHT 07 MPVH, TOYOTA FBF800 BLU 92 4DSD, TOYOTA GAV613 RED 95 4DSD, TOYOTA RRB383 WHT 02 2DCP, TOYOTA SGN770 SIL 01 MPVH

JANUARY 18, 2017 0900 -  ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D3),  91-229 KOMOHANA ST,  KAPOLEI,  808-682-0770:  ACURA RTY653 WHT 01 2D-SLVG, AMC SDE469 WHT 86 MPVH, BMW PXA787 SIL 03 4DSD, BUICK JYJ731 WHT 98 4DSD, CHEV 159TVU WHT 14 PKUP, CHEV JVX925 SIL 02 4DSD, CHEV PZU700 BLK 00 MPVH, CHEV RGN872 WHT 99 PKUP, DODGE() VIN#1B4HS28N4YF235743 GRY 00 MPVH, DODGE GSG856 RED 98 4DSD, FORD CD564 BLU 99 2DSD, FORD JXS516 BLK 03 MPVH, FORD PGE260 BLU 07 MPVH, FORD RDW722 WHT 04 4DSD, HONDA DB253 GRY 97 2DSD, HONDA BKD9721(AZ) YEL 98 2DCP, HONDA() VIN#JHMCD563XSC060965 BLK 95 4DSD, HONDA() VIN#1HGCG1655WA037387 WHT 98 4DSD, HONDA JTE655 RED 01 2DSD, HONDA NBP163 WHT 96 4DSD, HONDA PYX621 WHT 98 4DSD, HONDA RGT480 GRY 90 4DSD, HONDA RJN849 BLK 99 4D-SLVG, HONDA() VIN#JHMEJ6570VS013613 GRN 97 4DSD, ISUZU JZF009 BLK 02 MPVH, JEEP G0DISG GRY 99 MPVH, JEEP NSV893 BRN 01 MPVH, JEEP NWB491 RED 00 MPVH, LEXUS GWX502 WHT 98 4DSD, MAZDA JTR672 GRY 02 MPVH, MAZDA() VIN#JM1FE17N040134709 GRY 04 2DSD, MITSUB JPP084 BLK 96 2DSD, NISSAN NXR499 BLU 05 4DSD, NISSAN() VIN#JN1CA21D9XT206274 SIL 99 4DSD, NISSAN() VIN#JN1CA21D3XT204889 WHT 99 4DSD, NISSAN SNN488 BLU 97 4DSD, PONT MPT220 GRN 04 4DSD, SATURN GJZ953 TAN 97 4DSD, SUZUKI() VIN#JS1GR7MA8F2101889 BLK 15 PCMC, TOYOTA EFS406 WHT 90 4DSW, TOYOTA FSS753 BLK 94 4DSD, TOYOTA FTG599 WHT 89 4DSD, TOYOTA GSY247 BLU 94 4DSD, TOYOTA HCM902 WHT 03 PKUP, TOYOTA JJZ181 SIL 01 PVAN, TOYOTA MFX650 WHT 00 4DSD, TOYOTA NSG664 WHT 93 4DSD, TOYOTA PYA573 WHT 95 2DSD, VW RJN993 WHT 95 2DSD, VW SGX311 GRN 00 4DSD, VOLVO RXN975 GLD 02 4DSD

January 18, 2017 0900 -  ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D4),  820 ISENBERG ST,  HONOLULU,  808-682-0770:  ACURA FSD898 WHT 90 2DSD, CHEV JBG376 GRN 00 4DSD, CHEV JYF767 RED 01 4DSD, CHEV() VIN#1G1JC52F457201935 WHT 04 4DSD, CHEV PDW423 BRN 96 4D-SLVG, CHEV SCC105 GRY 08 4DSD, CHEV SFB869 WHT 03 4DSD, CHEV SVV472 WHT 01 VAN, DODGE GVE289 GRN 98 PKUP, DODGE JTF843 GRY 02 MPVH, DODGE RFX772 GRN 97 PKUP, FORD 7FIU349(CA) BLU 68 4DSD, FORD JPW602 GRN 97 PKUP, FORD() VIN#1FTRX17L63NA28403 MAR 03 PKUP, FORD MMZ723 BLK 08 MPVH, FORD RBF981 BLK 00 MPVH, GMC GXE623 WHT 98 PKUP, , HONDA() VIN#JHMCB7684PC045849 GRN 93 4DSD, HONDA GEW680 BLK 96 4DSD, HONDA HWJ988 BLU 95 4DSD, HONDA RSB470 WHT 93 4DSD, INFINI RRA414 GRY 95 4DSD, ISUZU PBV992 BLK 06 PKUP, JAG NFG728 GRY 03 4DSD, JEEP SWP523 GRY 05 MPVH, MITSUB SYD935 GRN 01 4D-SLVG, NISSAN ETB447 GLD 92 4DSD, NISSAN GZD717 SIL 00 4DSD, NISSAN JFS649 RED 98 PVAN-SLVG, NISSAN RND576 BRN 02 4DSD, NISSAN RRZ478 BRN 02 MPVH, NISSAN SWN894 WHT 07 MPVH-SLVG, SATURN JCJ732 GLD 00 4DSD, SATURN() VIN#1G8ZK5273YZ269104 GLD 00 4DSD, SATURN STW253 SIL 97 4DSD, SHENKE() VIN#L8YTCNPB58Y040873 BLK 08 PCMC, SUZUKI JBU878 BLU 00 4DSW, TOYOTA GDJ873 BLU 95 4DSD, TOYOTA() VIN#JT3AC11R3R1131658 TAN 94 2DSW, TOYOTA RTU570 SIL 01 PKUP, TOYOTA SSE414 BLK 94 2D-SLVG, VOLVO PPN381 SIL 01 2DCV

JANUARY 18, 2017 0900 -  ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D5),  1040 MAKEPONO ST,  HONOLULU,  808-682-0770:  ACURA JYS610 GRN 96 4DSD, ACURA NRY777 BLK 97 2DSD, BUICK NRN921 WHT 04 MPVH, CADI PSE534 SIL 04 MPVH, CHEV() VIN#2G1WD5E30D1261355 WHT 13 4DSD, CHEV GWR331 GLD 98 MPVH, CHEV JFC114 GRN 00 4DSD, CHEV JTT929 WHT 01 PKUP, CHEV MFS010 RED 00 4DSD, CHEV NBZ583 GRY 03 MPVH, CHEV RDF773 GRY 84 2DSD, CHEV RDV022 BLK 97 PKUP, CHEV SSX893 TAN 94 PKUP, CHRYS RYR485 GRY 02 4DSD, CHRYS RZG138 MAR 01 4DSD, DODGE NGP336 RED 03 MPVH, DODGE SPG730 MAR 01 MPVH, FORD 448TSY WHT 05 PKUP, FORD 590TVP WHT 96 PKUP, FORD FCY939 BLK 88 PKUP, FORD JGF120 GRN 97 PKUP, FORD() VIN#1FTYR14V5XPA34845 GLD 99 PKUP-SLVG, FORD NYR925 SIL 06 MPVH, FORD PZR592 SIL 05 2DSD, FORD RNY731 BLK 00 MPVH, FORD RRS576 BLK 91 FLTBD, FORD SVP357 WHT 95 PKUP, FORD() VIN#1FMZU67K54UC40063 BLK 04 PKUP, GEO GCB132 WHT 95 4DSD, HONDA AA057 BRN 95 4DSD, HONDA BJ320 WHT 99 4DSD, HONDA EWT596 GRY 93 4DSD, HONDA GCT610 BLK 95 4DSD, HONDA JPP298 RED 01 MPVH, HONDA NZA579 GLD 06 MPVH, HONDA PFG441 SIL 96 4DSD, HONDA SGN266 BLK 94 2DSD, HONDA SGU396 GRY 95 2DSD, HONDA SNR111 BLK 99 2DSD, ISUZU() VIN#4S2CK58W624304110 BLU 02 MPVH, ISUZU SPT318 WHT 99 MPVH, JEEP AF030 RED 93 MPVH, KIA() VIN#KNADC123926158680 GRN 02 4DSD, MAZDA JZU448 GRN 96 4DSW, MAZDA RJW336 BLK 94 PKUP, MBENZ GWP417 GRY 98 4DSD, MBENZ RNN849 WHT 01 4D-SLVG, MBENZ SCS300 GLD 03 4DSD, MERC() VIN#2MEFM75W71X707215 BLU 01 4DSD, MINI NXP584 SIL 03 2DSD, MITSUB PSJ035 WHT 07 4DSD, MITSUB SDB819 SIL 03 MPVH, NISSAN CJ394 BLU 00 PVAN, NISSAN JCU741 WHT 00 MPVH, NISSAN JJU333 WHT 01 4DSD, NISSAN JYW622 WHT 97 4DSD, NISSAN NBN140 WHT 02 PVAN, NISSAN NYG979 SIL 93 4D-SLVG, NISSAN PYV955 SIL 04 PVAN, NISSAN SBU312 WHT 08 PVAN, NISSAN SFZ944 SIL 05 4D-SLVG, SAAB RPZ653 WHT 10 4DSD, SATURN JPY991 SIL 01 4DSD, SATURN PPS432 BLU 07 4DSD, SATURN PYS469 GRN 06 MPVH, SATURN RPW420 GLD 98 4DSD, SATURN RSX090 BLU 02 4DSD, TOYOTA() VIN#JT2BF22K2V0061285 GRY 97 4DSD, TOYOTA GTJ864 GRY 98 4DSD, TOYOTA HAV035 BLK 01 4DSD, TOYOTA JDC619 WHT 96 4DSD, TOYOTA MEX245 GLD 99 4DSD, TOYOTA() VIN#JTDKB20U753068142 GRY 05 4DSD, TOYOTA SJC698 WHT 95 PKUP, TOYOTA SRY435 BLK 98 MPVH, TOYOTA SVV425 TAN 04 PKUP-SLVG, VW JJR893 GRN 01 4DSD, VW RCU097 BLU 04 4DSD, VOLVO JYR007 SIL 02 4DSD

January 18, 2017 0900 -  ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D6),  820 ISENBERG ST,  HONOLULU,  808-682-0770:  BMW RVD620 BLK 12 2DSD, CHEV RNB031 RED 00 2DCV, DODGE RDV272 WHT 01 4DSD, NISSAN NPP928 SIL 05 4DSD,

January 18, 2017 0900 -  ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D7),  820 ISENBERG ST,  HONOLULU,  808-682-0770:  CHEV JBR141 WHT 99 PKUP, DODGE NYB267 WHT 06 PVAN, FORD PGC922 RED 86 PKUP, FORD PSJ484 BLU 01 2DSD, FORD RGN285 WHT 04 2DCV, HONDA 524XNC WHT 02 PCMC, HONDA NPW741 SIL 04 4DSD, HONDA SNU118 RED 96 4DSD, KIA NDZ179 SIL 03 PVAN, LEXUS SSZ148 BLU 94 4DSD, MBENZ SYV161 BLK 00 4DSD, NISSAN JGN894 GRN 00 4DSD, NISSAN SBN119 GRY 04 PKUP-SLVG, SUZUKI 158XNT BLK 07 PCMC, TOYOTA PDN637 RED 07 4DSD, TOYOTA RBS469 BLU 99 4D-SLVG,  TOYOTA SYD305 SIL 01 2DSD, VOLVO GYG854 GRN 99 4DSW, VOLVO SRN371 BLU 03 4DSD

January 18, 2017 0900 -  ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D8),  91-222 OLAI ST,  KAPOLEI,  808-682-0770:  ACURA DV170 SIL 99 4DSD, AUDI RZE631 WHT 07 MPVH, BMW SNZ375 GRN 97 4DSD, CHEV GZB330 TAN 99 4DSD, CHEV PZS059 BLK 09 4DSD, DODGE() VIN#2B7HB23T3GK576236 BLU 86 PVAN, DODGE JJP946 RED 00 MPVH, FORD DHHT10 BLU 00 BUS, FORD() VIN#1FMDU34X1RUB99608 WHT 94 MPVH, GMC   IBQ BRN 83 VAN, HONDA 553XNR WHT 14 PCMC, HONDA GBR088 GLD 89 4DSD, HONDA GZD757 BLK 99 MPVH, HONDA JSF591 PUR 97 4DSD, HONDA NCB281 BLK 90 4DSD, HONDA RCA169 WHT 04 MPVH, HONDA SPU449 SIL 00 4DSD, HYUN NWU047 WHT 03 4DSD, JEEP RRA578 RED 00 MPVH, KIA STA535 BRN 15 MPVH, LEXUS GXJ701 GRN 94 4DSD, LEXUS GYG955 SIL 99 4DSD, MAZDA() VIN#JM1BC1418W0214882 SIL 98 4DSD, NISSAN JCP957 GLD 98 4DSD, NISSAN() VIN#1N6AA07A44N540229 GRY 04 PKUP, NISSAN SCB326 GRN 03 4DSD, NISSAN SYP905 GRY 06 2DCV, PLYM RXT641 BLU 96 2DSW, TOYOTA GVZ725 WHT 91 4DSD, TOYOTA JJB450 BLK 99 PVAN, TOYOTA() VIN#1NXBR32E13Z184740 BLU 03 4DSD

January 18, 2017 0900 -  ALL ISLAND AUTOMOTIVE TOWING (D8),  85-1330 WAIANAE VALLEY RD,  WAIANAE,  808-682-0770:  ACURA() VIN#JH4DB7653YS003139 WHT 00 4DSD, BMW SPT475 GLD 98 4DSD, BUICK() VIN#1G4HR53L0NH444530 WHT 92 4DSD, CADI GBG313 BLK 95 2DSD, CADI GJV853 WHT 96 4DSD, CADI SPU426 SIL 97 4DSD, CHEV RXZ051 BLU 96 PKUP, CHEV SBE726 GLD 97 MPVH, CHEV SCC357 SIL 05 MPVH, DODGE FDY243 WHT 94 VAN, DODGE JXR436 WHT 02 PKUP, DODGE() VIN#1B3ES56C13D227775 WHT 03 4DSD, DODGE() VIN#1D4GP24R94B564855 WHT 04 PVAN, DODGE PYS985 SIL 01 PKUP, DODGE RVS923 SIL 01 PKUP, DODGE RXN518 SIL 04 4DSD, FORD() VIN#1FAFP10P8XW180186 GRN 99 4DSD, FORD() VIN#2FMZA50483BA90078 BLU 03 VAN, FORD() VIN#1FACP50U8NG252933 BLU 92 4DSD, FORD PWE701 BLK 00 MPVH, FORD() VIN#1FTYR14U21PA70202 WHT 01 PKUP, FORD SJS842 BLU 97 PKUP, FORD SSJ221 BLU 00 4DSD, FORD STX407 WHT 01 4DSD, HONDA FTX585 GLD 94 4DSD, HONDA JJJ891 GLD 01 4DSD, HONDA KYJ744 MAR02 4DSD, HONDA NVY920 BLU 89 4DSD, HONDA RNN562 SIL 99 4D-SLVG, HONDA RRJ576 GRN 97 4DSD, HONDA RRW246 GRN 99 4DSD, HONDA SBT824 BLK 05 4DSD, HONDA() VIN#JHMCD5638RC087737 BLU 94 4DSD, ISUZU NJR835 RED 88 PKUP, JEEP NPJ287 BLK 98 MPVH, JEEP RCE796 RED 97 MPVH, KIA NNS043 GLD 04 4DSD, LINC CJ851 WHT 00 4DSD, MAZDA() VIN#JM1BC1418W0191216 BLK 98 4DSD, MAZDA JYU672 RED 99 4DSD, MAZDA PVX729 SIL 00 PVAN, MITSUB() VIN#4A3AC44G11E199149 WHT 01 2D-SLVG, NISSAN EDR041 WHT 91 4DSD, NISSAN JXC507 WHT 02 4DSD, NISSAN JYZ047 SIL 02 PVAN, NISSAN() VIN#3N1CB51DX3L704206 SIL 03 4DSD, NISSAN NGB696 BLU 03 MPVH, NISSAN SDA460 GRN 99 PVAN-SLVG, PONT NFE245 SIL 03 4DSD, SUZUKI JSS186 SIL 01 MPVH, TOYOTA FTY630 GLD 94 4DSD, TOYOTA GPJ290 WHT 97 4DSD, TOYOTA GXV892 WHT 99 4DSD, TOYOTA PRG731 GRY 96 4DSD, TOYOTA PTX177 SIL 95 4DSD, TOYOTA RNG368 BLU 90 4DSD, TOYOTA RWF961 SIL 03 VAN
January 19, 2017 0900 -  ALBERTS TOWING (AV/DER),  91-209 KUHELA ST,  KAPOLEI,  808-682-0580:  CHEV MKG129 BLU 89 MPVH, DODGE PVW654 WHT 05 PVAN, NISSAN MCX137 RED 97 4DSD, NISSAN PPW203 GRN 01 4D-SLVG, TOYOTA GVZ790 GRY 98 MPVH, TOYOTA SFU983 SIL 02 4D-SLVG, VW RTE646 SIL 02 4DSD

(SA950797   1/11/17)~


NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR
STATEMENT OF QUALIFICATIONS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
FISCAL YEAR 2018
FOR THE
HONOLULU RAIL TRANSIT PROJECT

The Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation (HART) is publishing this notice to invite persons engaged in providing professional services to submit current statements of qualifications and expressions of interest in anticipation of HART needs of various services for the Fiscal Year 2018.

HART will prepare a "list" of qualified consultants for each category of professional service to be utilized throughout the fiscal year.

Because the Honolulu Rail Transit Project will be funded with Federal assistance, selected Offerors shall comply with applicable Federal Transit Administration Requirements.

Sealed submittals in response to this Request for Qualifications are due no later than 4:30 p.m. HST, January 31, 2017 at the HART Project Office, 1099 Alakea Street, Suite 1700, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813. 

Interested parties are advised to visit the City’s website at http://www.honolulu.gov/pur for the solicitation notice.  Questions may be directed to: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

(SA951673 1/7, 1/8, 1/14, 1/15/17)~


STATE OF HAWAII
DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES
REQUEST FOR PARTICIPATION IN NATURAL AREA PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM (NAPP) FY2018
The NAPP supports management to protect, restore and enhance significant natural resources and geological features. Interested landowners or cooperating entities are encouraged to contact the Division of Forestry and Wildlife prior to drafting a pre-proposal by calling (808) 587-4170. Application requirements are listed in Section 13-210-7, Hawaii Administrative Rules, available at http://files.hawaii.gov/dlnr/dofaw/rules/Chap210.pdf. Pre-proposals are due to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) by February 15, 2017.
(SA950706   1/6/17)

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