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NOTICE

The following Ordinances passed Final Reading at the meeting held by the Council of the City and County of Honolulu on August 9, 2017 and were subsequently approved by the Mayor:

Ordinance 17-41 [Bill 66 (2017), CD1] - Relating to public sidewalks.
AYES: Councilmembers Anderson,  Fukunaga,  Kobayashi,  Manahan,  Martin,  Menor, Ozawa - 7.
NOES: Councilmembers Elefante, Pine - 2. Approved:  8/21/17

Ordinance 17-42 [Bill 57 (2016), CD2, FD1] - To adopt the revised Koolau Poko Sustainable Communities Plan for the City and County of Honolulu.
AYES: Councilmembers Elefante, Fukunaga, Kobayashi, Manahan, Martin,  Menor, Ozawa, Pine - 8.
ABSENT: Councilmember Anderson - 1. Approved:  8/24/17

Ordinance 17-43 [Bill 22 (2017), CD1, FD1] - Relating to the public spay and neuter clinic for dogs and cats.
AYES: Councilmembers Anderson, Elefante, Fukunaga*, Kobayashi, Manahan,  Martin, Menor, Pine - 8.
ABSENT: Councilmember Ozawa - 1. Approved:  8/24/17

Ordinance 17-44 [Bill 50 (2017), CD1] - Relating to City Boards and Commissions.
AYES: Councilmembers Anderson, Elefante, Fukunaga, Kobayashi, Manahan,  Martin, Menor, Ozawa, Pine - 9.
Approved:  8/24/17

Ordinance 17-45 [Bill 51 (2017), CD1] - Relating to parking time limits.
AYES: Councilmembers Anderson, Elefante, Fukunaga, Manahan, Martin,  Menor, Ozawa, Pine - 8.
ABSENT: Councilmember Kobayashi - 1. Approved:  8/24/17

Ordinance 17-46 [Bill 54 (2017)] - Relating to wind machines.
AYES: Councilmembers Anderson, Elefante, Fukunaga, Manahan, Martin,  Menor, Ozawa, Pine - 8.
ABSENT: Councilmember Kobayashi - 1. Approved:  8/24/17

Ordinance 17-47 [Bill 57 (2017)] - Relating to Ethics Commission staff.
AYES: Councilmembers Anderson, Elefante, Fukunaga, Kobayashi, Manahan,  Martin, Menor, Ozawa, Pine - 9.
Approved:  8/24/17

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Copies of the foregoing ordinances are available for use and examination           by the public during regular business hours at the City Clerk’s                 office, Room 203, Honolulu Hale and are also available on-line at http://www4.honolulu.gov/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-193. Should you have any questions, please call 768-5822.

GLEN TAKAHASHI, City Clerk

(SA1024490   8/30/17)~


PUBLIC NOTICE
COUNTY OF HAWAI’I-PLANNING DEPARTMENT
Variance Applications Accepted August 1-15, 2017

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Director will be taking action on the following applications:
*  Deadline to submit written public comments
** Tentative date of Director’s decision
1. Owners: Ricci L. Brown & Fengzhi Shao (VAR-17-000439) fr Chap 23, Subdiv, Sec 23-84, Water Supply on 8.083acs at Huina Rd, Puna, TMK: 1-7-003:020.  *Sep 5, 2017 **Sep 6- Oct 6, 2017
2. Owners: Island Heritage Ventures (VAR-17-000440) fr Chap 25, Zoning, Sec 25-4-51 Required Number of Parking Spaces, on 6.22acs at 80 E. Kahaopea St, TMK: 2-2-044:032,035, 037.
*Sep 18, 2017           **Sep 19-Oct 9, 2017
3.  Owners: Carl and Ruth Sturges (VAR-17-000441) fr Chap 25, Zoning, Sec 25-5-7 Min. Yards, Sec 25-4-44(a) Permitted Projections into Yards/Open Space (Encroach SE rear yard setback and open space) on 11,302sf at 65-1221 Laelae Pl, S. Kohala, TMK: 6-5-010:045.  *Sep 11, 2017   **Sep 12-Oct 2, 2017
    Maps/documents are on file & open for inspection during office hours 7:45am-4:30pm at the HI County Planning Dept, 101 Pauahi St, Ste 3, Hilo or 74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Hwy, Bldg E, 2nd Floor, Kailua-Kona.
By: MICHAEL YEE, Planning Director
HI County is an Equal Opportunity Provider & Employer

(WHT1023586     8/30/17)~


PUBLIC NOTICE
COUNTY OF HAWAI’I-PLANNING DEPARTMENT
Variance Applications Accepted August 1-15, 2017

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Director will be taking action on the following applications:
*  Deadline to submit written public comments
** Tentative date of Director’s decision
1. Owners: Ricci L. Brown & Fengzhi Shao (VAR-17-000439) fr Chap 23, Subdiv, Sec 23-84, Water Supply on 8.083acs at Huina Rd, Puna, TMK: 1-7-003:020.  *Sep 5, 2017 **Sep 6- Oct 6, 2017
2. Owners: Island Heritage Ventures (VAR-17-000440) fr Chap 25, Zoning, Sec 25-4-51 Required Number of Parking Spaces, on 6.22acs at 80 E. Kahaopea St, TMK: 2-2-044:032,035, 037.
*Sep 18, 2017           **Sep 19-Oct 9, 2017
3.  Owners: Carl and Ruth Sturges (VAR-17-000441) fr Chap 25, Zoning, Sec 25-5-7 Min. Yards, Sec 25-4-44(a) Permitted Projections into Yards/Open Space (Encroach SE rear yard setback and open space) on 11,302sf at 65-1221 Laelae Pl, S. Kohala, TMK: 6-5-010:045.  *Sep 11, 2017   **Sep 12-Oct 2, 2017
    Maps/documents are on file & open for inspection during office hours 7:45am-4:30pm at the HI County Planning Dept, 101 Pauahi St, Ste 3, Hilo or 74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Hwy, Bldg E, 2nd Floor, Kailua-Kona.
By: MICHAEL YEE, Planning Director
HI County is an Equal Opportunity Provider & Employer

(HTH1023479   8/30/17)~


PUBLIC NOTICE
KAUAI COUNTY HOUSING AGENCY
COUNTY OF KAUAI

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Kauai County Housing Agency (KCHA), pursuant to Chapter 17 of its Administrative Plan and Federal regulations at 24 CFR 983 announces the solicitation to interested and qualified housing developers or development owners to apply for the Project-Based Voucher (PBV) Program. The PBV Program is a component of the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Program funded by the US Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD). Like HCV, PBV provides federal rental assistance subsidies to income-qualifying families and households that enable them to rent decent, safe and sanitary housing in the private rental market.  Whereas in HCV where the rental subsidy is tied to a voucher which in turn is allotted to a family or household, under PBV, the rental subsidy is tied to a specific rental unit and not the family or household.

Under the PBV Program, a Public Housing Authority (PHA) can allocate up to 20 percent of its voucher assistance to specific housing units if the owner agrees to either rehabilitate or construct the units, or the owner agrees to set aside a portion of the units in an existing development. All units must meet HUD housing quality standards. Under the PBV Program, a PHA enters into an assistance contract with the owner for specified units and for a specified term. The PHA refers families from its waiting list to the project owner to fill vacancies. Because assistance is tied to the unit, a family who moves from the project-based unit does not have any right to continued housing assistance. However, they may be eligible for a tenant-based voucher under HCV when one becomes available.  Rents in the PBV Program are set based upon market comparables of similar units in the project and surrounding vicinity and may not exceed 110 percent of the HUD-published existing housing fair market rents.

Applicants for the PBV Program shall be an owner of existing affordable rental developments or projects with at least one year of experience in ownership and/or management of said developments or projects. For purposes of the the PBV Program, "existing affordable rental developments or projects" are such housing units or properties that are already constructed and have tenants residing in individual rental units on premises. The selected application will be chosen based on the greatest number of rental units being proposed to utilize PBV funding and for the length of time the applicant desires to utilize the PBV Program. The selected applicant will be required to be in Hawaii Compliance Express (HCE) clearance if receiving over $25,000 in contract awards.

To respond to this solicitation, all interested applicants are required to complete and submit a PBV application from KCHA. The PBV application is available for download at http://www.kauai.gov/housing or may be requested via mail by contacting the HCV Program Manager at (808) 241-4440, between the hours of 8:00AM and 4:00PM, Monday through Friday, except for legal holidays.

The application deadline for this solicitation is 4:00PM HST on Friday, October 13, 2017.

Questions, comments or requests for additional information may be directed to Bricen Moritsugu, Program Manager at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address); via phone at (808) 241-4440; or by mail at 4444 Rice Street, Suite 330, Lihue, HI 96766. 

Accommodations for persons with disabilities, persons requesting auxiliary aides or materials in a different format and interpreters for non-English speaking citizens will be available upon written request by contacting Bricen Moritsugu at (808)
241-4440.

Kanani Fu
Housing Director
Kauai County Housing Agency


(TGI1022916   8/30, 9/6, 9/13/17)

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

(Docket No. 17-CA-PA-07)

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:

Temporary Covered Source Permit (CSP) No. 0848-01-CT
Initial Application No. 0848-01
Close Construction, Inc.
Crushing and Screening Plant
Located At:  Various Temporary Sites, State of Hawaii
Initial Location:  91-229 Kuhela Street, Kapolei, Oahu

The DRAFT PERMIT is described as follows:

Temporary Covered Source Permit No. 0848-01-CT will grant conditional approval for the initial operation of a 352 TPH crushing and 600 TPH screening plant.  Water suppression will be used as necessary to minimize fugitive emissions from crushing and screening operations, material transfer points, stockpiles and plant roads.  The stone processing plant is subject to 40 Code of Federal Regulations Part 60, Subpart OOO, Standards of Performance for Nonmetallic Mineral Processing Plants.

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 location:

Oahu:

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

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 September 28, 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 at a copying cost of five (5) cents per page.  Please send written requests to the Oahu office of the Clean Air Branch listed above or call Mr. Jensen I. Kennedy at the Clean Air Branch office 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.

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
(SA1023897   8/29/17)

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PUBLIC NOTICE
INTENTION TO DISPOSE

Pursuant to Section 171-57, Hawaii Revised Statutes, the Board of Land and Natural Resources hereby gives notice of its intent to sell reservation of perpetual easement to Vi-Sun Chiu, Christy Zeng Lei, Xiu Yun Xie, and Huiling He without recourse to public auction, situated at Palolo, Honolulu, Oahu.

        Area          Tax Map Key        Consideration
5,570 square feet, more or less       (1) 3-4-006:002         $150,000

Such reservation of easement serves no purpose as the State lands in the vicinity are connected to public road. Information related to this proposed sale may be reviewed during office hours at the Department of Land and Natural Resources, Oahu District Land Office, situated at 1151 Punchbowl Street, Room #220, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, Tel. (808) 587-0433. Call, or write to the above office requesting alternate format of information, or if requiring special accommodation.

DONE at the office of the Department of Land and Natural Resources on 29th day of August, 2017.

Board of Land and Natural Resources
Suzanne D. Case, Chairperson

(SA1022897   8/29/217)~


PUBLIC NOTICE

Notice to medical providers, labor unions,    and private individuals. The Hawaii Department of Health, Kauai District Health Office intends to solicit assistance from the Department of Defense’s Innovative Readiness Training Program. The assistance will provide medically underserved Kauai residents   with access to no-cost dental, vision, and health screenings, examinations, and services. The proposed assistance will take place at multiple locations       on Kauai, including public schools, non-profit organizations, and other community sites in 2019. Medical providers, labor unions, or private individuals who have questions or wish to voice opposition to military assistance for this project may contact Dr. Janet Berreman, Kauai District Health Officer, at 808-241-3614 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) no later than 30 days after publication of this notice. Failure to file comments within the timeframe noted will be considered an effective waiver of objections to military assistance for this project.

(TGI1023246   8/24/17)~


The City and County of Honolulu announces the 2017 Call for Projects for the Federal Transit Administration Section 5310 grant program. Section 5310 - Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities - provides funds to improve mobility for seniors and individuals with disabilities by removing barriers to transportation services and expanding transportation mobility options. 

Honolulu’s priority is to fund projects that enable the City to meet its top goal in the Human Service Transportation Coordination Plan - to Improve TheHandi-Van On-Time Performance and Trip Length. Honolulu’s proposes to meet this goal by utilizing the 5310 funding to purchase new TheHandi-Van vehicles. The City will also evaluate proposals from other eligible organizations.

For a project submittal requirements, please contact Jared Kerr with the Department of Transportation Services via email at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or call 768-8366. The Coordinated Public Transportation Plan can be found online at http://www.honolulu.gov/dtshstc. All project submittals are due to DTS staff by August 31, 2017.
(SA1022784     8/24/17)

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DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES
NOTICE OF PRESCHOOL OPEN DOORS APPLICATION PERIOD

Pursuant to Hawaii Administrative Rules, Chapter 17-799-5, notice is hereby given that the Department of Human Services will be accepting applications for the Preschool Open Doors (POD) program starting September 11, 2017 through the closing date of October 31, 2017.  Applications received during this period are for consideration for POD program participation during the period of January 1, 2018 through June 30, 2018.

Families with children who will be enrolling into kindergarten for the school year 2018-19, including those children affected by the change to the kindergarten entry age, are encouraged to apply. The POD program provides child care payments to eligible families so that their child is able to receive up to a year of preschool experience prior to their entry into kindergarten.  Funding for POD is limited, priority for program selection are detailed in the POD administrative rules which can be found at the link below:

http://humanservices.hawaii.gov/admin-rules-2/admin-rules-for-programs/

Interested families may request an application beginning September 11, 2017 from the Department’s POD contractor, PATCH, through their website or by calling:

http://www.patchhawaii.org

Oahu: 791-2130 or Neighbor Islands (toll-free): 1-800-746-5620

Applications must be received by October 31, 2017 in order to be considered during the January 1, 2018 - June 30, 2018 POD program year at the POD office at:

PATCH - POD
560 North Nimitz Highway, Suite 218
Honolulu, HI 96817
Or fax (808)694-3066
Or via email at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

For additional information about the POD program, please contact PATCH at 791-2130 or 1-800-746-5620.

Pankaj Bhanot, Director

(WHT1022626   8/23/17)~


DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES
NOTICE OF PRESCHOOL OPEN DOORS APPLICATION PERIOD

Pursuant to Hawaii Administrative Rules, Chapter 17-799-5, notice is hereby given that the Department of Human Services will be accepting applications for the Preschool Open Doors (POD) program starting September 11, 2017 through the closing date of October 31, 2017.  Applications received during this period are for consideration for POD program participation during the period of January 1, 2018 through June 30, 2018.

Families with children who will be enrolling into kindergarten for the school year 2018-19, including those children affected by the change to the kindergarten entry age, are encouraged to apply. The POD program provides child care payments to eligible families so that their child is able to receive up to a year of preschool experience prior to their entry into kindergarten.  Funding for POD is limited, priority for program selection are detailed in the POD administrative rules which can be found at the link below:

http://humanservices.hawaii.gov/admin-rules-2/admin-rules-for-programs/

Interested families may request an application beginning September 11, 2017 from the Department’s POD contractor, PATCH, through their website or by calling:

http://www.patchhawaii.org

Oahu: 791-2130 or Neighbor Islands (toll-free): 1-800-746-5620

Applications must be received by October 31, 2017 in order to be considered during the January 1, 2018 - June 30, 2018 POD program year at the POD office at:

PATCH - POD
560 North Nimitz Highway, Suite 218
Honolulu, HI 96817
Or fax (808)694-3066
Or via email at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

For additional information about the POD program, please contact PATCH at 791-2130 or 1-800-746-5620.

Pankaj Bhanot, Director

(HTH1022624   8/23/17)~


DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES
NOTICE OF PRESCHOOL OPEN DOORS APPLICATION PERIOD

Pursuant to Hawaii Administrative Rules, Chapter 17-799-5, notice is hereby given that the Department of Human Services will be accepting applications for the Preschool Open Doors (POD) program starting September 11, 2017 through the closing date of October 31, 2017.  Applications received during this period are for consideration for POD program participation during the period of January 1, 2018 through June 30, 2018.

Families with children who will be enrolling into kindergarten for the school year 2018-19, including those children affected by the change to the kindergarten entry age, are encouraged to apply. The POD program provides child care payments to eligible families so that their child is able to receive up to a year of preschool experience prior to their entry into kindergarten.  Funding for POD is limited, priority for program selection are detailed in the POD administrative rules which can be found at the link below:

http://humanservices.hawaii.gov/admin-rules-2/admin-rules-for-programs/

Interested families may request an application beginning September 11, 2017 from the Department’s POD contractor, PATCH, through their website or by calling:

http://www.patchhawaii.org

Oahu: 791-2130 or Neighbor Islands (toll-free): 1-800-746-5620

Applications must be received by October 31, 2017 in order to be considered during the January 1, 2018 - June 30, 2018 POD program year at the POD office at:

PATCH - POD
560 North Nimitz Highway, Suite 218
Honolulu, HI 96817
Or fax (808)694-3066
Or via email at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

For additional information about the POD program, please contact PATCH at 791-2130 or 1-800-746-5620.

Pankaj Bhanot, Director

(TGI1022622   8/23/17)~


DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES
NOTICE OF PRESCHOOL OPEN DOORS APPLICATION PERIOD

Pursuant to Hawaii Administrative Rules, Chapter 17-799-5, notice is hereby given that the Department of Human Services will be accepting applications for the Preschool Open Doors (POD) program starting September 11, 2017 through the closing date of October 31, 2017.  Applications received during this period are for consideration for POD program participation during the period of January 1, 2018 through June 30, 2018.

Families with children who will be enrolling into kindergarten for the school year 2018-19, including those children affected by the change to the kindergarten entry age, are encouraged to apply. The POD program provides child care payments to eligible families so that their child is able to receive up to a year of preschool experience prior to their entry into kindergarten.  Funding for POD is limited, priority for program selection are detailed in the POD administrative rules which can be found at the link below:

http://humanservices.hawaii.gov/admin-rules-2/admin-rules-for-programs/

Interested families may request an application beginning September 11, 2017 from the Department’s POD contractor, PATCH, through their website or by calling:

http://www.patchhawaii.org

Oahu: 791-2130 or Neighbor Islands (toll-free): 1-800-746-5620

Applications must be received by October 31, 2017 in order to be considered during the January 1, 2018 - June 30, 2018 POD program year at the POD office at:

PATCH - POD
560 North Nimitz Highway, Suite 218
Honolulu, HI 96817
Or fax (808)694-3066
Or via email at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

For additional information about the POD program, please contact PATCH at 791-2130 or 1-800-746-5620.

Pankaj Bhanot, Director

(SA1022487   8/23/17)~


PUBLIC NOTICE

BILL NO. 2659, DRAFT 2
ORDINANCE NO. 1016
A BILL FOR AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 5A, SECTION 5A-11A.1,  KAUA’I COUNTY CODE 1987, AS AMENDED, RELATING TO THE BENEFICIAL TAX RATE FOR PROPERTY USED FOR LONG-TERM AFFORDABLE RENTAL

CERTIFICATE OF THE COUNTY CLERK

I hereby certify that Bill No. 2659, Draft 2, was adopted on second and final reading by the Council of the County of Kaua’i at its meeting held on August 9, 2017, by the following vote:

FOR ADOPTION: Brun, Chock, Kagawa, Kaneshiro,
  Kawakami, Yukimura, Rapozo TOTAL -  7,
AGAINST ADOPTION:  None TOTAL -  0,
EXCUSED & NOT VOTING:  None   TOTAL -  0,
RECUSED & NOT VOTING: None TOTAL -  0.

approved by the Mayor on August 14, 2017, and now has the effect of law as Ordinance No. 1016.

Lihu’e, Hawai’i   /s/ Jade K. Fountain-Tanigawa
August 17, 2017 County Clerk, County of Kaua’i

(TGI1021455   8/22/17)~


PUBLIC NOTICE

BILL NO. 2658, DRAFT 1
ORDINANCE NO. 1015
A BILL FOR AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 5A, ARTICLE 11 AND 11A,  KAUA’I COUNTY CODE 1987, AS AMENDED, RELATING TO REAL PROPERTY TAX

CERTIFICATE OF THE COUNTY CLERK

I hereby certify that Bill No. 2658, Draft 1, was adopted on second and final reading by the Council of the County of Kaua’i at its meeting held on August 9, 2017, by the following vote:

FOR ADOPTION: Brun, Chock, Kagawa, Kaneshiro,
  Kawakami, Yukimura, Rapozo TOTAL -  7,
AGAINST ADOPTION:  None TOTAL -  0,
EXCUSED & NOT VOTING:  None   TOTAL -  0,
RECUSED & NOT VOTING: None TOTAL -  0.

approved by the Mayor on August 14, 2017, and now has the effect of law as Ordinance No. 1015.

Lihu’e, Hawai’i   /s/ Jade K. Fountain-Tanigawa
August 17, 2017 County Clerk, County of Kaua’i

(TGI1021439   8/22/17)~


PUBLIC NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that the Kauai County Housing Agency (KCHA), pursuant to Federal Regulations at 24 CFR 982.206 and Section 4-II.C of the Administrative Plan of its Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Program, will open the waiting list to applications for the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program.  The waiting list will open at 8:00 AM HST on Wednesday, September 6, 2017 and will close at 4:00 PM HST on Friday, September 8, 2017.

The purpose of the waiting list is to generate an adequate pool of eligible families to participate in the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program offering subsidized rental assistance to extremely-low and very-low income households. 

Pursuant to Federal Regulations at 24 CFR 982.207 and Section 4-III.C of its Administrative Plan of the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program, the following local preferences will be offered and enforced in order of hierarchy:
1. Any family that has been terminated from KCHA’s HCV Program due to   insufficient program funding.
2. Any family participating under the KCHA’s Tenant-Based Rental Assistance   Program.
3. Any family who are considered to be living in place in an existing rental unit   in KCHA’s jurisdiction, but not currently on the HCV Program.
4. Any family who is certified as being currently homeless in KCHA’s   jurisdiction by a homeless service provider, homeless shelter or   participating agency in the Continuum of Care.
5. A residency preference for a family that resides in Kauai County or includes   a family member who works, or has been notified that they are hired to   work in Kauai County.

All interested individuals and families are invited to apply for the waiting list during the abovementioned open period online at http://www.waitlistcheck.com/hi005.  Individuals and families without access to the Internet or computer may pick up and complete a paper application at the Kauai County Housing Agency located at 4444 Rice Street, Suite 330, Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii between the hours of 8:00AM and 4:00PM, September 6-8, 2017. Paper applications must be postmarked by September 8, 2017. KCHA will not be responsible for lost mail or incomplete applications. Incomplete applications will not be processed. Due to limited funding availability, applications will be selected and ordered using a random lottery system. Not all applicants will be placed on the waiting list.


Kanani Fu
Housing Director
Kauai County Housing Agency




(TGI1018605       8/21/17)

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NOTICE OF CONSULTATION

SECTION 106 OF THE NATIONAL HISTORIC PRESERVATION ACT OF 1966 as AMENDED (2006)

KAMEHAMEHA HIGHWAY RESURFACING, LAIEWAI BRIDGE TO WAIPUHI BRIDGE

DISTRICT OF KOOLAULOA, ISLAND OF OAHU, AHUPUAA OF LAIE, KAIPAPAU, HAUULA, AND MAKAO

FEDERAL-AID PROJECT NO. NH-083-1(080)

TAX MAP KEYS: 5-4-00, 5-4-01, 5-5-00, 5-5-01

Notice is hereby given that the Federal Highway Administration and the State of Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT) propose to resurface Kamehameha Highway from Laiewai Bridge to Waipuhi Bridge.  The proposed project is a federally 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). 

The scope of work includes cold planing; resurfacing; reconstructing weakened pavement areas; adjusting utilities; upgrading existing guardrail, end treatments, bridge railings and end posts; installing milled centerline and shoulder rumble strips, safety edge, shoulder dressing, reflector markers, milepost reference markers, pavement markings, and striping; and replacing signage.

The Area of Potential Effect for this project occupies approximately 25 acres.  It includes the length and width of the highway right-of-way that is 3.99 miles long and up to 50 feet wide.

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 Ms. Christine Yamasaki via email at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), or by U.S. Postal Service to Hawaii Department of Transportation, 601 Kamokila Blvd., Room 609, Kapolei, Hawaii 96707.

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NOTICE

The COUNCIL OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU at its meeting held on August 9, 2017, passed the following bills on Second Reading by the votes indicated:

Bill 67 (2017), CD1 - Relating to curb ramps.
AYES: Councilmembers Anderson, Elefante, Fukunaga, Kobayashi, Manahan,  Martin, Menor, Ozawa, Pine - 9.

Bill 68 (2017), CD1 - Relating to special transit service.
AYES: Councilmembers Anderson, Elefante, Fukunaga, Kobayashi, Manahan,  Martin, Menor, Ozawa, Pine - 9.

*Voted Aye with Reservations

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Copies of the foregoing bills are available for use and examination by the       public during regular business hours at the City Clerk’s office, Room 203,      Honolulu Hale and are also available on-line at http://www4.honolulu.gov/ docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-193. Should you have any questions, please call 768-5822. 

  GLEN TAKAHASHI, City Clerk

(SA1020711   8/18/17)~


AGENDA
WINDWARD PLANNING COMMISSION
COUNTY OF HAWAII

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of the following matters to be considered by the Windward Planning Commission of the County of Hawaii in accordance with the provisions of Chapters 91 and 92, Hawaii Revised Statutes, Section 6-7.5(a) of the Charter of the County of Hawaii, and the Planning Commission’s Rules of Practice and Procedure.
DATE: Thursday, September 7, 2017
TIME: 9:00 a.m.
PLACE: County of Hawaii Aupuni Center Conference Room
  101 Pauahi Street, Hilo, HI 96720
STATEMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC - Note that statements from the public regarding any particular item on this agenda will be taken at the time the particular item is called to order.
NEW BUSINESS -  9:00 a.m.
1. APPLICANT:  KAWILI DEVELOPMENT, LLC (FORMERLY I. KITIGAWA &  CO., LTD.) (REZ 1017)
Request for an extension of time to comply with Condition B (required water commitment payment) and Condition C (Complete Construction) of Ordinance No. 03 108, which reclassified approximately 22,500 square feet of land from a Single-Family Residential-10,000 square feet (RS-10) zoning district to an Industrial-Commercial Mixed Use-20,000 square feet
(MCX-20) zoning district. The property is located at the northeast corner of the East Kawili Street and Hinano Street intersection, Waiakea House Lots Extension, Waiakea, South Hilo, Hawaii, TMK: 2-2-050:014.
MINUTES
Approval of Minutes of the August 3, 2017 Windward Planning Commission meeting.
ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS
CZM/SMA presentation by the Office of Planning.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
ADJOURNMENT
The purpose of the public hearings is to afford all interested persons a reasonable opportunity to be heard on the above matters.
Anyone who requires an auxiliary aid or service, other reasonable modification, or language interpretation to access this meeting, please contact Sarah Hata-Finley (961-8157) or Jeffrey Darrow (961-8158) of the Planning Department as soon as possible, but no later than five days prior to the meeting date, to arrange for accommodations. "Other reasonable modification" refers to communication methods or devices for people with disabilities who are mentally and/or physically challenged.

Hawaii County is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer

  WINDWARD PLANNING COMMISSION
  GREGORY HENKEL, Chairman

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AGENDA
WINDWARD PLANNING COMMISSION
COUNTY OF HAWAII

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of the following matters to be considered by the Windward Planning Commission of the County of Hawaii in accordance with the provisions of Chapters 91 and 92, Hawaii Revised Statutes, Section 6-7.5(a) of the Charter of the County of Hawaii, and the Planning Commission’s Rules of Practice and Procedure.
DATE: Thursday, September 7, 2017
TIME: 9:00 a.m.
PLACE: County of Hawaii Aupuni Center Conference Room
  101 Pauahi Street, Hilo, HI 96720
STATEMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC - Note that statements from the public regarding any particular item on this agenda will be taken at the time the particular item is called to order.
NEW BUSINESS -  9:00 a.m.
1. APPLICANT:  KAWILI DEVELOPMENT, LLC (FORMERLY I. KITIGAWA &  CO., LTD.) (REZ 1017)
Request for an extension of time to comply with Condition B (required water commitment payment) and Condition C (Complete Construction) of Ordinance No. 03 108, which reclassified approximately 22,500 square feet of land from a Single-Family Residential-10,000 square feet (RS-10) zoning district to an Industrial-Commercial Mixed Use-20,000 square feet
(MCX-20) zoning district. The property is located at the northeast corner of the East Kawili Street and Hinano Street intersection, Waiakea House Lots Extension, Waiakea, South Hilo, Hawaii, TMK: 2-2-050:014.
MINUTES
Approval of Minutes of the August 3, 2017 Windward Planning Commission meeting.
ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS
CZM/SMA presentation by the Office of Planning.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
ADJOURNMENT
The purpose of the public hearings is to afford all interested persons a reasonable opportunity to be heard on the above matters.
Anyone who requires an auxiliary aid or service, other reasonable modification, or language interpretation to access this meeting, please contact Sarah Hata-Finley (961-8157) or Jeffrey Darrow (961-8158) of the Planning Department as soon as possible, but no later than five days prior to the meeting date, to arrange for accommodations. "Other reasonable modification" refers to communication methods or devices for people with disabilities who are mentally and/or physically challenged.

Hawaii County is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer

  WINDWARD PLANNING COMMISSION
  GREGORY HENKEL, Chairman

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PUBLIC NOTICE

Notice to medical providers, labor unions,    and private individuals. The Hawaii Department of Health, Kauai District Health Office intends to solicit assistance from the Department of Defense’s Innovative Readiness Training Program. The assistance will provide medically underserved Kauai residents   with access to no-cost dental, vision, and health screenings, examinations, and services. The proposed assistance will take place at multiple locations       on Kauai, including public schools, non-profit organizations, and other community sites in 2019. Medical providers, labor unions, or private individuals who have questions or wish to voice opposition to military assistance for this project may contact Dr. Janet Berreman, Kauai District Health Officer, at 808-241-3614 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) no later than 30 days after publication of this notice. Failure to file comments within the timeframe noted will be considered an effective waiver of objections to military assistance for this project.

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REAL PROPERTY TAX FILING DEADLINE FOR DEDICATIONS

The deadline for filing a petition to dedicate property, or to renew an expiring dedication, is September 1, 2017. Your petition must be filed with our office on or before this deadline. Your petition may also be mailed with a postmark on or before 9/1/2017 Property may be dedicated for the following uses: Commercial Agricultural, Open Space, Historic Residential, Native Forest, or Residential Use. Please visit www.hawaiipropertytax.com for information about these programs and petitions to file for them. All petitions must be filed timely and include all required attachments. Our offices are at 101 Pauahi Street, Suite 4, Hilo, Hi 96720 or in Bldg D at WHCC, 74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Hwy. Kailua-Kona HI 96740. For more information you can call either office at (808) 961-8201 (Hilo) or (808) 323-4880 (Kona).

COLLINS TOMEI, Finance Director, County of Hawaii

Hawai’i County is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer

Hawaii Tribune Herald:  August 15, 31, 2017
West Hawaii Today:    August 15, 31, 2017

(WHT1019390   8/15, 8/31/17)~


REAL PROPERTY TAX FILING DEADLINE FOR DEDICATIONS

The deadline for filing a petition to dedicate property, or to renew an expiring dedication, is September 1, 2017. Your petition must be filed with our office on or before this deadline. Your petition may also be mailed with a postmark on or before 9/1/2017 Property may be dedicated for the following uses: Commercial Agricultural, Open Space, Historic Residential, Native Forest, or Residential Use. Please visit www.hawaiipropertytax.com for information about these programs and petitions to file for them. All petitions must be filed timely and include all required attachments. Our offices are at 101 Pauahi Street, Suite 4, Hilo, Hi 96720 or in Bldg D at WHCC, 74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Hwy. Kailua-Kona HI 96740. For more information you can call either office at (808) 961-8201 (Hilo) or (808) 323-4880 (Kona).

COLLINS TOMEI, Finance Director, County of Hawaii

Hawai’i County is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer

Hawaii Tribune Herald:  August 15, 31, 2017
West Hawaii Today:    August 15, 31, 2017

(HTH1019387 8/15, 8/31/17)~


PUBLIC NOTICE
COUNTY OF HAWAI’I-PLANNING DEPARTMENT
Subdivisions Accepted July 3-14, 2017

In accordance with Section 23-58B of the Subdivision Code, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following applications have been submitted.
1. Subdivider OHIA, Lambert K./Byron J. Sylva (SUB-17-001739) Location: Kahuku Homesteads, North Hilo, TMK: 3-2-004:009 & 008,  Land Area: 40.96 ac., No. of Lots: 2, Size of Lots:  20.02 & 20.94 ac.
2. Subdivider JPL HAWAII, LLC (SUB-17- 001740) Location: Waikoloa, South Kohala, TMK:  6-9-012:003, Land Area: 4.853 ac., No. of Lots: 2,  Size of Lots: 1.707 & 3.146 ac.
3. Subdivider KOHANAIKI SHORES LLC (SUB-17- 001741) Location: Kohanaiki, North Kona, TMK: 7- 3-066:001 & 002, Land Area: 23.358 ac., No. of Lots: 8, Size of Lots: 1.725 to 3.945 ac.
4. Subdivider TSUI, Teresa & Wai Chuck Tam (SUB-17-001742) Location: Punahoa 1st & 2nd,  South Hilo, TMK: 2-5-008:021, Land Area:  346,767 sq. ft., No. of Lots: 6, Size of Lots:  10,001 to 284,381 sq. ft.
Maps and documents for the above are on file at the County Planning Dept, 101 Pauahi St, Ste 3, Hilo HI 96720 or 74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Hwy, Bldg E 2nd Floor, Kailua-Kona HI 96740 and open to inspections during office hours 7:45am-4:30pm.
MICHAEL YEE, Planning Director

Hawai’i County is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer

(WHT1018905       8/15/17)~


PUBLIC NOTICE
COUNTY OF HAWAI’I-PLANNING DEPARTMENT
Subdivisions Accepted July 3-14, 2017

In accordance with Section 23-58B of the Subdivision Code, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following applications have been submitted.
1. Subdivider OHIA, Lambert K./Byron J. Sylva (SUB-17-001739) Location: Kahuku Homesteads, North Hilo, TMK: 3-2-004:009 & 008,  Land Area: 40.96 ac., No. of Lots: 2, Size of Lots:  20.02 & 20.94 ac.
2. Subdivider JPL HAWAII, LLC (SUB-17- 001740) Location: Waikoloa, South Kohala, TMK:  6-9-012:003, Land Area: 4.853 ac., No. of Lots: 2,  Size of Lots: 1.707 & 3.146 ac.
3. Subdivider KOHANAIKI SHORES LLC (SUB-17- 001741) Location: Kohanaiki, North Kona, TMK: 7- 3-066:001 & 002, Land Area: 23.358 ac., No. of Lots: 8, Size of Lots: 1.725 to 3.945 ac.
4. Subdivider TSUI, Teresa & Wai Chuck Tam (SUB-17-001742) Location: Punahoa 1st & 2nd,  South Hilo, TMK: 2-5-008:021, Land Area:  346,767 sq. ft., No. of Lots: 6, Size of Lots:  10,001 to 284,381 sq. ft.
Maps and documents for the above are on file at the County Planning Dept, 101 Pauahi St, Ste 3, Hilo HI 96720 or 74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Hwy, Bldg E 2nd Floor, Kailua-Kona HI 96740 and open to inspections during office hours 7:45am-4:30pm.
MICHAEL YEE, Planning Director

Hawai’i County is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer

(HTH1018885   8/15/17)~


PUBLIC NOTICE - COUNTY OF HAWAI’I
Planning Dept. Applications Accepted July 2017

In accordance with Section 25-2-3(g) Division 1, Article 2 of Chapter 25 (Zoning) of the Hawai’i County Code, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following applications have been submitted.

*Applicant/Landowner

WINDWARD/LEEWARD PLANNING COMMISSIONS
1. *Na Wai Ola Public Charter School (USE 17-070) Use permit to allow expansion of an existing charter school on 3.6 acs at 18-1345 A & 18-1355 Volcano Rd, Mt View, TMK: 1-8-002:006 & 1-8-002:049.
2. *Na Wai Ola Public Charter Sch(SPP 17-193) Spe-cial permit to expand an existing charter sch on 1ac at 18-1359 Volcano Rd, Mt View, TMK:1-8-004:104.
3. *Jeffery D Primack (SPP 17-194) Special permit to operate a Quigong Retreat on 15acs at 31-1049 Kulike Pl, N. Hilo, TMK: 3-1-004:009.
4. *Ka Umeke Kaeo Public Charter Sch (USE 17-071) Use permit to establish a Public Charter School on 1.204acs at 313 Kuawe St, S.Hilo, TMK:2-2-032:024.
5. *HI Johns Inc. (SPP 09-082) Amend special permit, delete Cond. No. 2 (Life of the Permit) on 1.65 acs in Kalopa Hmstds, Hamakua, TMK: 4-4-003:005.

ADDITIONAL FARM DWELLING AGREEMENT

1. *Kahiwahiwa Reimann (FDA-17-000431) on 3.053 acs at 64-645 Mamalahoa Hwy, S. Kohala, TMK: 6-4-018:070.
2. *Daniel B. & Martha E. Banks (FDA-17-000432) on
8.088acs at 29-2116 Old Mamalahoa Hwy, S. Hilo, TMK: 2-9-003:059.

PLAN APPROVAL

1. *AHA Punana Leo Inc (PLA-17-001443) Classroom bldg. on 10acs at 16-120 Opukahaia St, Puna, TMK:
1-6-004:053.
2. *Engineering Partners Inc/American Trading Co, East HI Comm Dev, Glad Tidings Church (PLA-17-00 1444) Ka Umeke Kaeo School interim site on 1.2042 acs at 313 Kuawa St, S. Hilo, TMK: 2-2-032:024.
3. *Hawn Pineapple Co./Bernice Pauahi Bishop Est. (PLA-17-001448) Ag-tourism/farm tours on 50.885 acs at 895 Kauhiula Rd, S. Hilo, TMK: 2-6-012:018.
4. *Kohala Coast Concrete & Precast/PR Puu Pa LLC, Concrete Plant, on 2ac at Mamalahoa Hwy, S. Kohala, TMK 6-8-001:001.
    Maps/documents are on file & open for inspection during office hours 7:45am-4:30pm at the HI County Planning Dept, 101 Pauahi St, Ste 3, Hilo, or 74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Hwy, Bldg E, 2nd Floor, Kailua-Kona.
By: MICHAEL YEE, Planning Director
HI County is an Equal Opportunity Provider & Employer

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PUBLIC NOTICE - COUNTY OF HAWAI’I
Planning Dept. Applications Accepted July 2017

In accordance with Section 25-2-3(g) Division 1, Article 2 of Chapter 25 (Zoning) of the Hawai’i County Code, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following applications have been submitted.

*Applicant/Landowner

WINDWARD/LEEWARD PLANNING COMMISSIONS
1. *Na Wai Ola Public Charter School (USE 17-070) Use permit to allow expansion of an existing charter school on 3.6 acs at 18-1345 A & 18-1355 Volcano Rd, Mt View, TMK: 1-8-002:006 & 1-8-002:049.
2. *Na Wai Ola Public Charter Sch(SPP 17-193) Spe-cial permit to expand an existing charter sch on 1ac at 18-1359 Volcano Rd, Mt View, TMK:1-8-004:104.
3. *Jeffery D Primack (SPP 17-194) Special permit to operate a Quigong Retreat on 15acs at 31-1049 Kulike Pl, N. Hilo, TMK: 3-1-004:009.
4. *Ka Umeke Kaeo Public Charter Sch (USE 17-071) Use permit to establish a Public Charter School on 1.204acs at 313 Kuawe St, S.Hilo, TMK:2-2-032:024.
5. *HI Johns Inc. (SPP 09-082) Amend special permit, delete Cond. No. 2 (Life of the Permit) on 1.65 acs in Kalopa Hmstds, Hamakua, TMK: 4-4-003:005.

ADDITIONAL FARM DWELLING AGREEMENT

1. *Kahiwahiwa Reimann (FDA-17-000431) on 3.053acs at 64-645 Mamalahoa Hwy, S. Kohala, TMK: 6-4-018:070.
2. *Daniel B. & Martha E. Banks (FDA-17-000432) on
8.088acs at 29-2116 Old Mamalahoa Hwy, S. Hilo, TMK: 2-9-003:059.

PLAN APPROVAL

1. *AHA Punana Leo Inc (PLA-17-001443) Classroom bldg. on 10acs at 16-120 Opukahaia St, Puna, TMK:
1-6-004:053.
2. *Engineering Partners Inc/American Trading Co, East HI Comm Dev, Glad Tidings Church (PLA-17-00 1444) Ka Umeke Kaeo School interim site on 1.2042 acs at 313 Kuawa St, S. Hilo, TMK: 2-2-032:024.
3. *Hawn Pineapple Co./Bernice Pauahi Bishop Est. (PLA-17-001448) Ag-tourism/farm tours on 50.885 acs at 895 Kauhiula Rd, S. Hilo, TMK: 2-6-012:018.
4. *Kohala Coast Concrete & Precast/PR Puu Pa LLC, Concrete Plant, on 2ac at Mamalahoa Hwy, S. Kohala, TMK 6-8-001:001.
    Maps/documents are on file & open for inspection during office hours 7:45am-4:30pm at the HI County Planning Dept, 101 Pauahi St, Ste 3, Hilo, or 74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Hwy, Bldg E, 2nd Floor, Kailua-Kona.
By: MICHAEL YEE, Planning Director
HI County is an Equal Opportunity Provider & Employer

(HTH1018866   8/14/17)~


NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS
COUNTY OF HAWAII
2017-2018 REAL PROPERTY TAX
PAYMENT DEADLINE

Real property tax bills for the first-half installment of taxes due for the 2017-2018 tax year have been mailed to all property owners or their respective agents servicing their accounts. The first-half installment of taxes must be paid on or before MONDAY, AUGUST 21, 2017, or they will be delinquent and subject to penalty and interest charges.  The County of Hawaii offices will be closed on Friday, August 18, 2017.

If you are responsible for paying the real property taxes and HAVE NOT RECEIVED your real property tax bill, please call the Real Property Tax Division, County of Hawaii, at 961-8282 for a duplicate bill.  Persons who have recently paid-off their mortgages should also call to ensure that tax bills are sent to their attention, rather than the bank or financial institution.

You may pay your real property tax bill online at
https://payments.ehawaii.gov/propertytax/hawaii.
Administrative costs associated with online payments will be passed on to you in the form of an additional fee by the online vendor.  Credit cards are not accepted at our Hilo or Kona Offices. 

To pay by mail, return the bottom portion of the tax bill or to pay in person, bring the entire tax bill to: 
                    COUNTY OF HAWAII, DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
                    REAL PROPERTY TAX DIVISION
                    AUPUNI CENTER, 101 PAUAHI STREET, SUITE 4
                    HILO, HI 96720-4224
To pay in person at the West Hawaii Office, bring the entire tax bill to:
                    WEST HAWAII REAL PROPERTY TAX DIVISION
                    WEST HAWAII CIVIC CENTER
                    74-5044 ANE KEOHOKALOLE HWY, BLDG D, 2nd FLOOR
                    KAILUA-KONA, HI
If you have your tax bill, you may use the drop box located outside the Aupuni Center Building in Hilo next to the U.S. Mailbox by the Motor Vehicle Registration Office in Hilo or the drop box located in our office at Aupuni Center, 101 Pauahi Street, Suite 4, Hilo, HI. At this time, there is no drop box at the Kona Real Property Tax Division. Your cancelled check will be your receipt.

Property owners are reminded that failure to pay your taxes by the due date because of non-receipt of any tax bill will not excuse you from being assessed a penalty of 10% plus interest of 12% a year. The postmarked date is the date of receipt.

        COLLINS TOMEI, Finance Director, County of Hawaii

Hawaii Tribune Herald:  August 13, 15, 21, 2017
West Hawaii Today:      August 13, 15, 21, 2017

Hawai’i County is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer

(WHT1019379   8/13, 8/15, 8/21/17)~


NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS
COUNTY OF HAWAII
2017-2018 REAL PROPERTY TAX
PAYMENT DEADLINE

Real property tax bills for the first-half installment of taxes due for the 2017-2018 tax year have been mailed to all property owners or their respective agents servicing their accounts. The first-half installment of taxes must be paid on or before MONDAY, AUGUST 21, 2017, or they will be delinquent and subject to penalty and interest charges.  The County of Hawaii offices will be closed on Friday, August 18, 2017.

If you are responsible for paying the real property taxes and HAVE NOT RECEIVED your real property tax bill, please call the Real Property Tax Division, County of Hawaii, at 961-8282 for a duplicate bill.  Persons who have recently paid-off their mortgages should also call to ensure that tax bills are sent to their attention, rather than the bank or financial institution.

You may pay your real property tax bill online at
https://payments.ehawaii.gov/propertytax/hawaii.
Administrative costs associated with online payments will be passed on to you in the form of an additional fee by the online vendor.  Credit cards are not accepted at our Hilo or Kona Offices. 

To pay by mail, return the bottom portion of the tax bill or to pay in person, bring the entire tax bill to: 
                    COUNTY OF HAWAII, DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
                    REAL PROPERTY TAX DIVISION
                    AUPUNI CENTER, 101 PAUAHI STREET, SUITE 4
                    HILO, HI 96720-4224
To pay in person at the West Hawaii Office, bring the entire tax bill to:
                    WEST HAWAII REAL PROPERTY TAX DIVISION
                    WEST HAWAII CIVIC CENTER
                    74-5044 ANE KEOHOKALOLE HWY, BLDG D, 2nd FLOOR
                    KAILUA-KONA, HI
If you have your tax bill, you may use the drop box located outside the Aupuni Center Building in Hilo next to the U.S. Mailbox by the Motor Vehicle Registration Office in Hilo or the drop box located in our office at Aupuni Center, 101 Pauahi Street, Suite 4, Hilo, HI. At this time, there is no drop box at the Kona Real Property Tax Division. Your cancelled check will be your receipt.

Property owners are reminded that failure to pay your taxes by the due date because of non-receipt of any tax bill will not excuse you from being assessed a penalty of 10% plus interest of 12% a year. The postmarked date is the date of receipt.

        COLLINS TOMEI, Finance Director, County of Hawaii

Hawaii Tribune Herald:  August 13, 15, 21, 2017
West Hawaii Today:      August 13, 15, 21, 2017

Hawai’i County is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer

(HTH1019360   8/13, 8/15, 8/21/17)~


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

Notice is hereby given that the Liquor Commission of the County of Hawaii, pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 281 of the Hawaii Revised Statutes, as amended, will hold a public hearing in the Meeting Room, Department of Liquor Control, West Hawaii Civic Center, 74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Highway, Building B, 2nd Floor, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, on Thursday, October 12, 2017, for the purpose of considering the application for liquor license set forth hereunder.

Protests and objections to the granting thereof may be made by any registered voter for the area within 500 feet of the nearest point at which the premises of the applicant is located or by any owner and lessee of record of real estate or by any owner of record of shares in a cooperative apartment situated within a distance of 500 feet from the nearest point of such real estate or cooperative apartment. No protest against the granting of a liquor license shall be considered by the Commission unless such protest is filed with the Commission before or at the final public hearing, designates the application for which the objection is being filed, is dated and signed, and contains the address of each person filing a protest. The protest shall designate whether the protestor is a property owner or registered voter and shall be filed with the Liquor Commission, County of Hawaii, Hilo Lagoon Centre, 101 Aupuni Street, Unit 230, Hilo, Hawaii 96720.

1.  APPLICATION NO.:  17-03
APPLICANT:  Keoni’s Point of View, LLC
TRADE NAME:  Keoni’s Point of View
PLACE OF BUSINESS: Honokohau Harbor, 74-425 Kealakehe Parkway,  Space No. 17, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii,
  TMK: 7-4-008:042
LICENSE APPLIED FOR: Original Dispenser Beer and Wine, Category B1
  (A premises in which recorded music and live   entertainment are permitted.)
TIME OF HEARING:  10:00 A.M.


  By Order of the Liquor Commission
  of the County of Hawaii

  William Takaba, Chair

  By GERALD TAKASE, Director


DATE:  August 7, 2017

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

Notice is hereby given that the Liquor Commission of the County of Hawaii, pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 281 of the Hawaii Revised Statutes, as amended, will hold a public hearing in the Meeting Room, Department of Liquor Control, Hilo Lagoon Centre, 101 Aupuni Street, Unit 230, Hilo, Hawaii, on Thursday, September 7, 2017, for the purpose of considering the application for liquor license set forth hereunder.

Protests and objections to the granting thereof may be made by any registered voter for the area within 500 feet of the nearest point at which the premises of the applicant is located or by any owner and lessee of record of real estate or by any owner of record of shares in a cooperative apartment situated within a distance of 500 feet from the nearest point of such real estate or cooperative apartment.  No protest against the granting of a liquor license shall be considered by the Commission unless such protest is filed with the Commission before or at the final public hearing, designates the application for which the objection is being filed, is dated and signed, and contains the address of each person filing a protest.  The protest shall designate whether the protestor is a property owner or registered voter and shall be filed with the Liquor Commission, County of Hawaii, Hilo Lagoon Centre, 101 Aupuni Street, Unit 230, Hilo, Hawaii 96720.

1. APPLICATION NO.:  T17-01
APPLICANT:  DHL Mahi Liquor, LLC
TRADE NAME:  The Mauna Lani Bay Hotel and Bungalows
PLACE OF BUSINESS: 68-1400 Mauna Lani Drive, South Kohala, Hawaii,  TMK: 6-8-022:015.
LICENSE APPLIED FOR: Sale and transfer of the Hotel liquor license currently   held by Mauna Lani Resort (Operation), Inc., dba The   Mauna Lani Bay Hotel and Bungalows
TIME OF HEARING:  10:00 A.M.


  By Order of the Liquor Commission
  of the County of Hawaii

  William Takaba, Chair

  By GERALD TAKASE, Director


DATE:  August 7, 2017

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PUBLIC NOTICE
COUNTY OF HAWAI’I-PLANNING DEPARTMENT
Variance Applications Accepted July 16-31, 2017

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Director will be taking action on the following applications:
*  Deadline to submit written public comments
** Tentative date of Director’s decision
1.  Owner: Woo Family Ltd Partnership (VAR-17-000 437 fr Chap 23, Subdiv, Sec 23-84, Water Supply on 127.845acs at Ahualoa Hmstds, Hamakua, TMK: 4-5-011:004.    *Aug 21, 2017   **Aug 22-Sep 19, 2017
2.  Owners: Raymond M./Caroline P. Ohara (VAR-17-000438) fr Chap 23, Subdiv, Sec 23-84, Water Supply
on 21.495acs at 410A Alawaena St,  S. Hilo, TMK: 2-4-006:132.  *Aug 21, 2017   **Aug 22-Sep 20, 2017
    Maps/documents are on file & open for inspection during office hours 7:45am-4:30pm at the HI County Planning Dept, 101 Pauahi St, Ste 3, Hilo or 74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Hwy, Bldg E, 2nd Floor, Kailua-Kona.
By: MICHAEL YEE, Planning Director
HI County is an Equal Opportunity Provider & Employer

(WHT10185665       8/11/17)~


PUBLIC NOTICE
COUNTY OF HAWAI’I-PLANNING DEPARTMENT
Variance Applications Accepted July 16-31, 2017

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Director will be taking action on the following applications:
*  Deadline to submit written public comments
** Tentative date of Director’s decision
1.  Owner: Woo Family Ltd Partnership (VAR-17-000 437 fr Chap 23, Subdiv, Sec 23-84, Water Supply on 127.845acs at Ahualoa Hmstds, Hamakua, TMK: 4-5-011:004.    *Aug 21, 2017   **Aug 22-Sep 19, 2017
2.  Owners: Raymond M./Caroline P. Ohara (VAR-17-000438) fr Chap 23, Subdiv, Sec 23-84, Water Supply
on 21.495acs at 410A Alawaena St,  S. Hilo, TMK: 2-4-006:132.  *Aug 21, 2017   **Aug 22-Sep 20, 2017
    Maps/documents are on file & open for inspection during office hours 7:45am-4:30pm at the HI County Planning Dept, 101 Pauahi St, Ste 3, Hilo or 74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Hwy, Bldg E, 2nd Floor, Kailua-Kona.
By: MICHAEL YEE, Planning Director
HI County is an Equal Opportunity Provider & Employer

(HTH1018475       8/11/17)~


NOTICE OF PUBLIC COMMENT

Pursuant to 24 CFR Part 91, notice is given that a draft Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) for Program Year 2016-2017 is available for review and comment.  The CAPER is an annual review of the progress made in carrying out the Strategic and Action Plan components of the State of Hawaii’s Consolidated Plan, which concentrates on the Counties of Hawaii, Kauai and Maui.  It includes an assessment of the State’s performance in meeting its affordable and supportive housing objectives under the HOME Investment Partnerships, National Housing Trust Fund, Emergency Solutions Grant, and Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS programs.

Copies of the draft CAPER are available at regional libraries and on the Hawaii Housing Finance and Development Corporation’s (HHFDC) website at http://hawaii.gov/dbedt/hhfdc.  Copies may also be picked up at the agencies listed below between the hours of 7:45 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.  To be mailed copies, interested parties may call Medy at 587-0634; Neighbor Island residents may call the toll free numbers below, ext. 70634:

    From Kauai, 274-3141     From Hawaii, 974-4000
    From Maui, 984-2400     From Molokai and Lanai, 1-800-468-4644.

AGENCIES:
Office of Housing & Community Development Department of Housing & Human Concerns
50 Wailuku Drive, Hilo, Hawaii 35 Lunalilo Street, Suite 102, Wailuku, Maui

Kauai County Housing Agency Department of Human Services, Homeless Programs
4444 Rice Street, Suite 330, Lihue, Kauai Benefits, Employment & Support Services Division
  820 Mililani Street, Suite 606, Honolulu, Oahu

Hawaii Housing Finance & Development Corporation
677 Queen Street, Suite 300, Honolulu, Oahu

Written comments on the draft CAPER may be submitted to HHFDC at the above address or faxed to (808) 587-0600 no later than 4:30 p.m. on August 26, 2017.  All comments will be considered in preparing the final CAPER.

Persons with special needs (e.g., large print, taped materials, sign language interpreter, or translator) shall make all requests for assistance by contacting HHFDC’s Personnel Office at 587-0610, by written request, or by email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).  Prompt requests help to ensure the availability of appropriate accommodations.  Persons on the Neighbor Islands may call the toll free numbers listed above, ext. 70610.

HHFDC does not discriminate against any person because of race, color, religion, sex, including gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, disability, familial status, ancestry, age, marital status, or HIV infection.

Craig K. Hirai, HHFDC Executive Director
Department of Business, Economic Development & Tourism
State of Hawaii

(SA1015396   8/11/17)~


Public Notice
State Health Planning and Development Agency
Certificate of Need

The Agency has received certificate of need application #17-02 for standard review from Malama Ola Health Services LLC for the establishment of a Medicare certified hospice agency at 500 Ala Moana Blvd., Suite 7-400, Honolulu, HI, at a capital cost of $169,383. The Certificate of Need Review Panel review for this application will be held on August 17, 2017 at 10:00 a.m., State Office Tower (Leiopapa) Building, 235 South Beretania Street, Room 204, Honolulu, HI. Please write to the Agency if you wish to present testimony at 1177 Alakea Street, Room 402, Honolulu, HI 96813. If you have special needs due to disability, please contact the Agency at (808)
587-0788 (voice) or (808) 587-0854 (TTY) or (808) 587-0783 (fax).

(SA1017519   8/10/17)~


PUBLIC NOTICE
COUNTY OF HAWAI`I
AMENDED ANNUAL PLAN for FISCAL YEAR 2018
HOUSING CHOICE VOUCHER PROG
RAM

The Office of Housing and Community Development (OHCD) administers the Housing Choice Voucher (Section 8) Program for the County of Hawai’i through the Existing Housing Division. As required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the Section 8 Program, the County of Hawai’i has completed an amendment to its Public Housing Agency (PHA) Annual Plan for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2017. The County is providing affected citizens an opportunity to examine the PHA Plan contents and to submit comments in writing or in person at public hearings on:

9:00AM, Monday, September 25, 2017
Office of Housing and Community Development
1990 Kino`ole Street, Suite 104, Hilo

-OR-

Office of Housing & Community Development
West Hawai`i Civic Center
74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Highway
Building B., 2nd Floor
Kailua - Kona, HI 96740

In accordance with 24 CFR 903.7(r)(2), the OHCD has determined the proposed changes to the Administrative Plan are considered significant amendments to the FYs 2015-2019 PHA 5-Year and FY 2018 PHA Annual Plans.  A public hearing was held on August 4, 2017.  The public was invited to attend and to provide written or oral comments on the significant amendments.

Public Comment Period
The amended Annual PHA Plan will be available for public review and comment from August 9, 2017 to September 25, 2017, at the Office of Housing and Community Development, Monday through Friday, 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. except holidays.  The OHCD office locations are:

Hilo: 50 Wailuku Drive OR 1990 Kino`ole Street, Suite 105,
Kona: West Hawai`i Civic Center, 74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Highway, Bldg   B., 2nd Floor

The Plan will also be available on-line at:  http://www.hawaiicounty.gov/office-of-housing/

Persons, particularly those who are of very low and low income are encouraged to submit their comments regarding the PHA Plan objectives and activities. The OHCD will consider any comments and views expressed by citizens on the proposed PHA Plan and may modify the Plan if it deems appropriate.

Citizens who wish to comment on the proposed plan may submit their comments in writing or by fax (959-9308) or by email (.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)) to the OHCD by 4PM, September 25, 2017, in order for them to be considered.  Citizens may also testify at the hearing on the above dates.

Duly submitted by Neil S. Gyotoku
Housing Administrator
August 9, 2017

(WHT1018739     8/9/17)~


PUBLIC NOTICE
COUNTY OF HAWAI`I
AMENDED ANNUAL PLAN for FISCAL YEAR 2018
HOUSING CHOICE VOUCHER PROG
RAM

The Office of Housing and Community Development (OHCD) administers the Housing Choice Voucher (Section 8) Program for the County of Hawai’i through the Existing Housing Division. As required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the Section 8 Program, the County of Hawai’i has completed an amendment to its Public Housing Agency (PHA) Annual Plan for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2017. The County is providing affected citizens an opportunity to examine the PHA Plan contents and to submit comments in writing or in person at public hearings on:

9:00AM, Monday, September 25, 2017
Office of Housing and Community Development
1990 Kino`ole Street, Suite 104, Hilo

-OR-

Office of Housing & Community Development
West Hawai`i Civic Center
74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Highway
Building B., 2nd Floor
Kailua - Kona, HI 96740

In accordance with 24 CFR 903.7(r)(2), the OHCD has determined the proposed changes to the Administrative Plan are considered significant amendments to the FYs 2015-2019 PHA 5-Year and FY 2018 PHA Annual Plans.  A public hearing was held on August 4, 2017.  The public was invited to attend and to provide written or oral comments on the significant amendments.

Public Comment Period
The amended Annual PHA Plan will be available for public review and comment from August 9, 2017 to September 25, 2017, at the Office of Housing and Community Development, Monday through Friday, 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. except holidays.  The OHCD office locations are:

Hilo: 50 Wailuku Drive OR 1990 Kino`ole Street, Suite 105,
Kona: West Hawai`i Civic Center, 74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Highway, Bldg   B., 2nd Floor

The Plan will also be available on-line at:  http://www.hawaiicounty.gov/office-of-housing/

Persons, particularly those who are of very low and low income are encouraged to submit their comments regarding the PHA Plan objectives and activities. The OHCD will consider any comments and views expressed by citizens on the proposed PHA Plan and may modify the Plan if it deems appropriate.

Citizens who wish to comment on the proposed plan may submit their comments in writing or by fax (959-9308) or by email (.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)) to the OHCD by 4PM, September 25, 2017, in order for them to be considered.  Citizens may also testify at the hearing on the above dates.

Duly submitted by Neil S. Gyotoku
Housing Administrator
August 9, 2017

(HTH1018405     8/9/17)~


PUBLIC NOTICE

BILL NO. 2650
ORDINANCE NO. 1014
A BILL FOR AN ORDINANCE APPROVING A COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT FOR BARGAINING UNIT 11 BETWEEN JULY 1, 2017 AND       JUNE 30, 2019

CERTIFICATE OF THE COUNTY CLERK

I hereby certify that Bill No. 2650 was adopted on second and final reading by the Council of the County of Kaua’i at its meeting held on July 26, 2017, by the following vote:

FOR ADOPTION: Brun, Kaneshiro, Kawakami, Rapozo     TOTAL   -  4,
AGAINST ADOPTION:  Chock, Kagawa, Yukimura             TOTAL -  3,
EXCUSED & NOT VOTING:  None               TOTAL -  0,
RECUSED & NOT VOTING: None             TOTAL -  0.

approved by the Mayor on July 27, 2017, and now has the effect of law as Ordinance No. 1014.

Lihu’e, Hawai’i   /s/ Jade K. Fountain-Tanigawa
July 31, 2017   County Clerk, County of Kaua’i

(TGI1016500   8/7/17)~


NOTICE

The following Ordinances passed Final Reading at the meeting held by the Council of the City and County of Honolulu on July 12, 2017 and were subsequently approved by the Mayor: 

Ordinance 17-37 [Bill 59 (2016), FD1, CD3] - Relating to bags provided to customers.
AYES: Councilmembers Anderson, Elefante, Fukunaga, Kobayashi, Manahan,  Martin, Menor, Ozawa, Pine - 9.
Approved:  7/24/17

Ordinance 17-38 [Bill 43 (2017), CD1] - Relating to the maintenance of channels, streambeds, streambanks and drainageways.
AYES: Councilmembers Anderson, Elefante, Fukunaga, Kobayashi, Manahan,  Martin, Menor, Ozawa, Pine - 9.
Approved: 7/25/17

Ordinance 17-39 [Bill 6 (2017), CD2, FD2] - Relating to mobile electronic devices.
AYES: Councilmembers Anderson, Elefante, Fukunaga, Manahan, Menor,  Ozawa, Pine - 7.
NOES: Councilmembers Kobayashi, Martin - 2.
Approved:  7/27/17

Ordinance 17-40 [Bill 79 (2015), CD2] - To amend Chapter 21, Revised Ordinances of Honolulu 1990, as amended (The Land Use Ordinance), relating to the Land Use Ordinance.
AYES: Councilmembers Anderson, Elefante, Fukunaga, Kobayashi, Manahan,  Martin, Menor, Ozawa, Pine - 9.
Approved: 7/27/17

* * * * * *

Copies of the foregoing ordinances are available for use and examination           by the public during regular business hours at the City Clerk’s office,            Room 203, Honolulu Hale and are also available on-line at http://www4.honolulu.gov/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-193.  Should you have any questions, please call 768-5822.

GLEN TAKAHASHI, City Clerk

(SA1016610   8/2/17)~


PUBLIC NOTICE

BILL NO. 2655
ORDINANCE NO. 1013
A BILL FOR AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CHAPTER 8, KAUA’I COUNTY         CODE 1987, AS AMENDED, TO ALLOW FOR THE CREATION OF A NEW UNIVERSITY DISTRICT (County of Kaua’i Planning Department, Applicant)

CERTIFICATE OF THE COUNTY CLERK

I hereby certify that Bill No. 2655 was adopted on second and final reading by the Council of the County of Kaua’i at its meeting held on July 12, 2017, by the following vote:

FOR ADOPTION: Kagawa, Kaneshiro, Yukimura, Rapozo TOTAL -  4,
AGAINST ADOPTION:  None TOTAL -  0,
EXCUSED & NOT VOTING:  Brun, Chock, Kawakami   TOTAL -  3,
RECUSED & NOT VOTING: None TOTAL -  0.

approved by the Mayor on July 24, 2017, and now has the effect of law as Ordinance No. 1013.

Lihu’e, Hawai’i   /s/ Jade K. Fountain-Tanigawa
July 25, 2017   County Clerk, County of Kaua’i

(TGI1014818   8/2/17)~


REQUEST FOR PUBLIC COMMENTS ON
DRAFT 5-YEAR REGIONAL HAZE PROGRESS REPORT FOR
FEDERAL IMPLEMENTATION PLAN

(Docket No. 17-CA-PA-06)

In accordance with 40 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) §51.308(g) of the Regional Haze Rule (RHR), the Department of Health, State of Hawaii (DOH), is requesting public comments on the Draft 5-Year Regional Haze Progress Report for Hawaii’s Federal Implementation Plan (FIP) prior to submitting the report to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The primary purpose of the RHR is to assure reasonable progress toward meeting the national goal of preventing any future, and remedying any existing, visibility impairment in Mandatory Federal Class I Areas from manmade pollution. Hawaii’s Mandatory Federal Class I Areas are Haleakala National Park on Maui Island and Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on the Big Island (Hawaii Island). The ultimate goal of the RHR is to achieve natural visibility conditions in Class I Areas by 2064.

The Regional Haze Progress Report summarizes progress towards improving visibility at Hawaii’s two (2) National Parks in accordance with the RHR. As indicated in the report, visibility has improved on the best and worst days at Haleakala National Park and Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.  Also, over the first 2001-2018 planning period, Haleakala National Park reaches natural visibility conditions for the best visibility days.

Regional haze causes visibility impairment over a large region primarily from sources that emit fine particulate and its precursors into the air. Fine particulate that absorb and scatter light to cause the haze include sulfates, nitrates, organic carbon, elemental carbon, soil dust, and sea salt.  Sources of particulate can be manmade (e.g., fuel oil combustion) or from natural events (e.g., Kilauea volcano).

Significant reductions in sulfur dioxide (SO2) and nitrogen oxide (NOX) emissions have occurred during the first planning period. The SO2 and NOX react to form fine particulate (sulfates and nitrates) that cause haze and were pollutants of concern in Hawaii’s Regional Haze FIP. Emissions from large stationary sources on Maui and Hawaii Islands, where the National Parks are located, have reduced significantly as a result of clean energy programs implemented by the state to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions.

A majority of the visibility degradation is due to the ongoing release of SO2 from Kilauea volcano with emissions that vary by hundreds and thousands of tons from one year to another. Visibility improvement from significant reductions in SO2 from large stationary sources on Maui and Hawaii Island is obscured by sulfate from natural volcanic SO2 that overwhelms sulfate from anthropogenic SO2 sources.

The DOH has determined that control strategies in the existing Regional Haze FIP are adequate for Hawaii to meet the 2018 reasonable progress goals. In accordance with 40 CFR §51.308(h)(1), Hawaii is submitting a negative declaration that further revision of the Region Haze FIP is not needed at this time.

The Draft 5-YEAR REGIONAL HAZE PROGRESS REPORT, associated REGIONAL HAZE FIP, and FIP TECHNICAL SUPPORT DOCUMENT are 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

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

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

Maui:
Maui District Health Office, Department of Health
54 High Street, Room 300, Wailuku, Maui 96793

Kauai:
Kauai District Health Office, Department of Health
3040 Umi Street, Lihue, Kauai 96766

All comments on the Draft Regional Haze Progress Report must be in writing, addressed to the Clean Air Branch at the above address on Oahu, and must be postmarked or received by August 31, 2017.

Any person may request a public hearing by submitting a written request at the above address on Oahu that explains the party’s interest and the reasons why a hearing is warranted.  If requested by August 15, 2017, a notice for the hearing will be published at least thirty (30) days in advance of the hearing.  If there is no request for a public hearing, we will post a cancellation notice on the Department of Health’s website at: http://health.hawaii.gov/cab/public-notices/.

Interested persons may obtain copies of the Regional Haze Progress Report and the associated Regional Haze FIP 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 Mr. Michael Madsen at the Clean Air Branch in Honolulu at (808) 586-4200.  An electronic copy of the Draft Regional Haze Progress Report, associated Regional Haze FIP, and FIP Technical Support Document may be found online at the Department of Health’s website.

  Virginia Pressler, M.D
  Director of Health

(TGI1015332     8/1/17)~


REQUEST FOR PUBLIC COMMENTS ON
DRAFT 5-YEAR REGIONAL HAZE PROGRESS REPORT FOR
FEDERAL IMPLEMENTATION PLAN

(Docket No. 17-CA-PA-06)

In accordance with 40 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) §51.308(g) of the Regional Haze Rule (RHR), the Department of Health, State of Hawaii (DOH), is requesting public comments on the Draft 5-Year Regional Haze Progress Report for Hawaii’s Federal Implementation Plan (FIP) prior to submitting the report to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The primary purpose of the RHR is to assure reasonable progress toward meeting the national goal of preventing any future, and remedying any existing, visibility impairment in Mandatory Federal Class I Areas from manmade pollution. Hawaii’s Mandatory Federal Class I Areas are Haleakala National Park on Maui Island and Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on the Big Island (Hawaii Island). The ultimate goal of the RHR is to achieve natural visibility conditions in Class I Areas by 2064.

The Regional Haze Progress Report summarizes progress towards improving visibility at Hawaii’s two (2) National Parks in accordance with the RHR. As indicated in the report, visibility has improved on the best and worst days at Haleakala National Park and Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.  Also, over the first 2001-2018 planning period, Haleakala National Park reaches natural visibility conditions for the best visibility days.

Regional haze causes visibility impairment over a large region primarily from sources that emit fine particulate and its precursors into the air. Fine particulate that absorb and scatter light to cause the haze include sulfates, nitrates, organic carbon, elemental carbon, soil dust, and sea salt.  Sources of particulate can be manmade (e.g., fuel oil combustion) or from natural events (e.g., Kilauea volcano).

Significant reductions in sulfur dioxide (SO2) and nitrogen oxide (NOX) emissions have occurred during the first planning period. The SO2 and NOX react to form fine particulate (sulfates and nitrates) that cause haze and were pollutants of concern in Hawaii’s Regional Haze FIP. Emissions from large stationary sources on Maui and Hawaii Islands, where the National Parks are located, have reduced significantly as a result of clean energy programs implemented by the state to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions.

A majority of the visibility degradation is due to the ongoing release of SO2 from Kilauea volcano with emissions that vary by hundreds and thousands of tons from one year to another. Visibility improvement from significant reductions in SO2 from large stationary sources on Maui and Hawaii Island is obscured by sulfate from natural volcanic SO2 that overwhelms sulfate from anthropogenic SO2 sources.

The DOH has determined that control strategies in the existing Regional Haze FIP are adequate for Hawaii to meet the 2018 reasonable progress goals. In accordance with 40 CFR §51.308(h)(1), Hawaii is submitting a negative declaration that further revision of the Region Haze FIP is not needed at this time.

The Draft 5-YEAR REGIONAL HAZE PROGRESS REPORT, associated REGIONAL HAZE FIP, and FIP TECHNICAL SUPPORT DOCUMENT are 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

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

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

Maui:
Maui District Health Office, Department of Health
54 High Street, Room 300, Wailuku, Maui 96793

Kauai:
Kauai District HealthOffice, Department of Health
3040 Umi Street, Lihue, Kauai 96766

All comments on the Draft Regional Haze Progress Report must be in writing, addressed to the Clean Air Branch at the above address on Oahu, and must be postmarked or received by August 31, 2017.

Any person may request a public hearing by submitting a written request at the above address on Oahu that explains the party’s interest and the reasons why a hearing is warranted.  If requested by August 15, 2017, a notice for the hearing will be published at least thirty (30) days in advance of the hearing.  If there is no request for a public hearing, we will post a cancellation notice on the Department of Health’s website at: http://health.hawaii.gov/cab/public-notices/.

Interested persons may obtain copies of the Regional Haze Progress Report and the associated Regional Haze FIP 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 Mr. Michael Madsen at the Clean Air Branch in Honolulu at (808) 586-4200.  An electronic copy of the Draft Regional Haze Progress Report, associated Regional Haze FIP, and FIP Technical Support Document may be found online at the Department of Health’s website.

  Virginia Pressler, M.D
  Director of Health

(WHT1015330     8/1/17)~


REQUEST FOR PUBLIC COMMENTS ON
DRAFT 5-YEAR REGIONAL HAZE PROGRESS REPORT FOR
FEDERAL IMPLEMENTATION PLAN

(Docket No. 17-CA-PA-06)

In accordance with 40 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) §51.308(g) of the Regional Haze Rule (RHR), the Department of Health, State of Hawaii (DOH), is requesting public comments on the Draft 5-Year Regional Haze Progress Report for Hawaii’s Federal Implementation Plan (FIP) prior to submitting the report to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The primary purpose of the RHR is to assure reasonable progress toward meeting the national goal of preventing any future, and remedying any existing, visibility impairment in Mandatory Federal Class I Areas from manmade pollution. Hawaii’s Mandatory Federal Class I Areas are Haleakala National Park on Maui Island and Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on the Big Island (Hawaii Island). The ultimate goal of the RHR is to achieve natural visibility conditions in Class I Areas by 2064.

The Regional Haze Progress Report summarizes progress towards improving visibility at Hawaii’s two (2) National Parks in accordance with the RHR. As indicated in the report, visibility has improved on the best and worst days at Haleakala National Park and Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.  Also, over the first 2001-2018 planning period, Haleakala National Park reaches natural visibility conditions for the best visibility days.

Regional haze causes visibility impairment over a large region primarily from sources that emit fine particulate and its precursors into the air. Fine particulate that absorb and scatter light to cause the haze include sulfates, nitrates, organic carbon, elemental carbon, soil dust, and sea salt.  Sources of particulate can be manmade (e.g., fuel oil combustion) or from natural events (e.g., Kilauea volcano).

Significant reductions in sulfur dioxide (SO2) and nitrogen oxide (NOX) emissions have occurred during the first planning period. The SO2 and NOX react to form fine particulate (sulfates and nitrates) that cause haze and were pollutants of concern in Hawaii’s Regional Haze FIP. Emissions from large stationary sources on Maui and Hawaii Islands, where the National Parks are located, have reduced significantly as a result of clean energy programs implemented by the state to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions.

A majority of the visibility degradation is due to the ongoing release of SO2 from Kilauea volcano with emissions that vary by hundreds and thousands of tons from one year to another. Visibility improvement from significant reductions in SO2 from large stationary sources on Maui and Hawaii Island is obscured by sulfate from natural volcanic SO2 that overwhelms sulfate from anthropogenic SO2 sources.

The DOH has determined that control strategies in the existing Regional Haze FIP are adequate for Hawaii to meet the 2018 reasonable progress goals. In accordance with 40 CFR §51.308(h)(1), Hawaii is submitting a negative declaration that further revision of the Region Haze FIP is not needed at this time.

The Draft 5-YEAR REGIONAL HAZE PROGRESS REPORT, associated REGIONAL HAZE FIP, and FIP TECHNICAL SUPPORT DOCUMENT are 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

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

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

Maui:
Maui District Health Office, Department of Health
54 High Street, Room 300, Wailuku, Maui 96793

Kauai:
Kauai District Health Office, Department of Health
3040 Umi Street, Lihue, Kauai 96766

All comments on the Draft Regional Haze Progress Report must be in writing, addressed to the Clean Air Branch at the above address on Oahu, and must be postmarked or received by August 31, 2017.

Any person may request a public hearing by submitting a written request at the above address on Oahu that explains the party’s interest and the reasons why a hearing is warranted.  If requested by August 15, 2017, a notice for the hearing will be published at least thirty (30) days in advance of the hearing.  If there is no request for a public hearing, we will post a cancellation notice on the Department of Health’s website at: http://health.hawaii.gov/cab/public-notices/.

Interested persons may obtain copies of the Regional Haze Progress Report and the associated Regional Haze FIP 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 Mr. Michael Madsen at the Clean Air Branch in Honolulu at (808) 586-4200.  An electronic copy of the Draft Regional Haze Progress Report, associated Regional Haze FIP, and FIP Technical Support Document may be found online at the Department of Health’s website.

  Virginia Pressler, M.D
  Director of Health

(HTH1015327     8/1/17)~


REQUEST FOR PUBLIC COMMENTS ON
DRAFT 5-YEAR REGIONAL HAZE PROGRESS REPORT FOR
FEDERAL IMPLEMENTATION PLAN

(Docket No. 17-CA-PA-06)

In accordance with 40 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) §51.308(g) of the Regional Haze Rule (RHR), the Department of Health, State of Hawaii (DOH), is requesting public comments on the Draft 5-Year Regional Haze Progress Report for Hawaii’s Federal Implementation Plan (FIP) prior to submitting the report to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The primary purpose of the RHR is to assure reasonable progress toward meeting the national goal of preventing any future, and remedying any existing, visibility impairment in Mandatory Federal Class I Areas from manmade pollution. Hawaii’s Mandatory Federal Class I Areas are Haleakala National Park on Maui Island and Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on the Big Island (Hawaii Island). The ultimate goal of the RHR is to achieve natural visibility conditions in Class I Areas by 2064.

The Regional Haze Progress Report summarizes progress towards improving visibility at Hawaii’s two (2) National Parks in accordance with the RHR. As indicated in the report, visibility has improved on the best and worst days at Haleakala National Park and Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.  Also, over the first 2001-2018 planning period, Haleakala National Park reaches natural visibility conditions for the best visibility days.

Regional haze causes visibility impairment over a large region primarily from sources that emit fine particulate and its precursors into the air. Fine particulate that absorb and scatter light to cause the haze include sulfates, nitrates, organic carbon, elemental carbon, soil dust, and sea salt.  Sources of particulate can be manmade (e.g., fuel oil combustion) or from natural events (e.g., Kilauea volcano).

Significant reductions in sulfur dioxide (SO2) and nitrogen oxide (NOX) emissions have occurred during the first planning period. The SO2 and NOX react to form fine particulate (sulfates and nitrates) that cause haze and were pollutants of concern in Hawaii’s Regional Haze FIP. Emissions from large stationary sources on Maui and Hawaii Islands, where the National Parks are located, have reduced significantly as a result of clean energy programs implemented by the state to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions.

A majority of the visibility degradation is due to the ongoing release of SO2 from Kilauea volcano with emissions that vary by hundreds and thousands of tons from one year to another. Visibility improvement from significant reductions in SO2 from large stationary sources on Maui and Hawaii Island is obscured by sulfate from natural volcanic SO2 that overwhelms sulfate from anthropogenic SO2 sources.

The DOH has determined that control strategies in the existing Regional Haze FIP are adequate for Hawaii to meet the 2018 reasonable progress goals. In accordance with 40 CFR §51.308(h)(1), Hawaii is submitting a negative declaration that further revision of the Region Haze FIP is not needed at this time.

TheDraft 5-YEAR REGIONAL HAZE PROGRESS REPORT, associated REGIONAL HAZE FIP, and FIP TECHNICAL SUPPORT DOCUMENT are 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

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

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

Maui:
Maui District Health Office, Department of Health
54 High Street, Room 300, Wailuku, Maui 96793

Kauai:
Kauai District Health Office, Department of Health
3040 Umi Street, Lihue, Kauai 96766

All comments on the Draft Regional Haze Progress Report must be in writing, addressed to the Clean Air Branch at the above address on Oahu, and must be postmarked or received by August 31, 2017.

Any person may request a public hearing by submitting a written request at the above address on Oahu that explains the party’s interest and the reasons why a hearing is warranted.  If requested by August 15, 2017, a notice for the hearing will be published at least thirty (30) days in advance of the hearing.  If there is no request for a public hearing, we will post a cancellation notice on the Department of Health’s website at: http://health.hawaii.gov/cab/public-notices/.

Interested persons may obtain copies of the Regional Haze Progress Report and the associated Regional Haze FIP 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 Mr. Michael Madsen at the Clean Air Branch in Honolulu at (808) 586-4200.  An electronic copy of the Draft Regional Haze Progress Report, associated Regional Haze FIP, and FIP Technical Support Document may be found online at the Department of Health’s website.

  Virginia Pressler, M.D
  Director of Health

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PUBLIC NOTICE
  COUNTY OF HAWAI’I-PLANNING DEPARTMENT
Variance Applications Accepted July 1-15, 2017

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Director will be taking action on the following applications:
*  Deadline to submit written public comments
** Tentative date of Director’s decision
1. Owners: Bradford Alban & Michelle D. Rushton (VAR-17-000435) fr Chap 25, Zoning, Sec 25-5-76 Min. Yards, Sec 25-4-44(a) Permitted Projections into Yards/Open Space (Encroach SW rear/side yard setback & NW side yard setback) on 1ac. at 15-2074
3rd Ave, Puna, TMK: 1-5-029:064.
*Aug 11, 2017     **Aug 14-Sep 5, 2017
2. Owners: Savannah Reagle/Anna Cabral (VAR-17-000436) fr Chap 25, Zoning, Sec 25-5-76 Min. Yards, Sec 25-4-44(a) Permitted Projections into Yards/Open Space (Encroach N. side yard setback) on 2 acs. at
11-3626 Plumeria St, Puna, TMK: 1-1-039:134.
  *Aug 28, 2017     **Aug 29-Sep 19, 2017
    Maps/documents are on file & open for inspection during office hours 7:45am-4:30pm at the HI County Planning Dept, 101 Pauahi St, Ste 3, Hilo or 74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Hwy, Bldg E, 2nd Floor, Kailua-Kona.
By: MICHAEL YEE, Planning Director
HI County is an Equal Opportunity Provider & Employer

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PUBLIC NOTICE
  COUNTY OF HAWAI’I-PLANNING DEPARTMENT
Variance Applications Accepted July 1-15, 2017

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Director will be taking action on the following applications:
*  Deadline to submit written public comments
** Tentative date of Director’s decision
1. Owners: Bradford Alban & Michelle D. Rushton (VAR-17-000435) fr Chap 25, Zoning, Sec 25-5-76 Min. Yards, Sec 25-4-44(a) Permitted Projections into Yards/Open Space (Encroach SW rear/side yard setback & NW side yard setback) on 1ac. at 15-2074
3rd Ave, Puna, TMK: 1-5-029:064.
*Aug 11, 2017     **Aug 14-Sep 5, 2017
2. Owners: Savannah Reagle/Anna Cabral (VAR-17-000436) fr Chap 25, Zoning, Sec 25-5-76 Min. Yards, Sec 25-4-44(a) Permitted Projections into Yards/Open Space (Encroach N. side yard setback) on 2 acs. at
11-3626 Plumeria St, Puna, TMK: 1-1-039:134.
  *Aug 28, 2017     **Aug 29-Sep 19, 2017
    Maps/documents are on file & open for inspection during office hours 7:45am-4:30pm at the HI County Planning Dept, 101 Pauahi St, Ste 3, Hilo or 74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Hwy, Bldg E, 2nd Floor, Kailua-Kona.
By: MICHAEL YEE, Planning Director
HI County is an Equal Opportunity Provider & Employer

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PUBLIC NOTICE
COUNTY OF HAWAI’I-PLANNING DEPARTMENT
Consolidations & Subdivisions Accepted June 16-30, 2017

In accordance with Section 23-58B of the Subdivision Code, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following applications have been submitted.
  Applicant RICHARDSON, Jay D. (CON-17-000358)
  Location: Kahuku, Ka’u, TMK:  9-2-017:033 & 034, Land Area: 2.002 ac.,  No. of Lots: 1
  Applicant YOUNG, Lyman III & Cynthia (CON-17-000359)
  Location: Puua, Puna, TMK: 1-4-046:091 & 092, Land Area: 16,080 sq. ft.,  No. of Lots: 1
  Subdivider CAPUZZO, Gary & Victoria, et al. (SUB-17-001734)  Location: Holualoa 1st & 2nd, North Kona, TMK: 7-6-017:006, Land Area:  1.06 ac., No. of Lots: 6, Size of Lots: 7,500+ sq. ft.
  Subdivider COUNTY-DPW/Akebono Properties, LLC (SUB-17-  001735) Location: Waiakahiula, Puna, TMK: 1-5-012:069, Land Area:  0.393 ac., No. of Lots: 2, Size of Lots: 0.009 & 0.383 ac.
  Subdivider COUNTY-DPW/Charles & Erminia Banquil (SUB-17-  001736) Location: Waiakahiula, Puna, TMK: 1-5-012:068, Land Area:  0.077 ac., No. of Lots: 2, Size of Lots: 0.003 & 0.074 ac.
  Subdivider AG-WP MAUNA KEA 1, LLC (SUB-17-001737)
  Location: Ouli, Waimea, South Kohala, TMK: 6-2-021:002, Land Area:  8.608 ac., No. of Lots: 12 & 1-Road Lot, Size of Lots: 0.441 to 0.858 ac.
  Subdivider BICC PROPERTIES LLC (SUB-17-001738)
  Location: Puuanahulu, North Kona, TMK: 7-1-007:001-050, 053-065 & 7-1-  008:001-063, Land Area: 420+/- ac., No. of Lots: 100 & 13 road lots, Size   of Lots: 1.000 ac.
Maps and documents for the above are on file at the County Planning Dept, 101 Pauahi St, Ste 3, Hilo HI 96720 or 74-5044
Ane Keohokalole Hwy, Bldg E 2nd Floor, Kailua-Kona HI 96740
and open to inspections during office hours 7:45am-4:30pm.
MICHAEL YEE, Planning Director
Hawai’i County is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer
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PUBLIC NOTICE
COUNTY OF HAWAI’I-PLANNING DEPARTMENT
Consolidations & Subdivisions Accepted June 16-30, 2017

In accordance with Section 23-58B of the Subdivision Code, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following applications have been submitted.
  Applicant RICHARDSON, Jay D. (CON-17-000358)
  Location: Kahuku, Ka’u, TMK:  9-2-017:033 & 034, Land Area: 2.002 ac.,  No. of Lots: 1
  Applicant YOUNG, Lyman III & Cynthia (CON-17-000359)
  Location: Puua, Puna, TMK: 1-4-046:091 & 092, Land Area: 16,080 sq. ft.,  No. of Lots: 1
  Subdivider CAPUZZO, Gary & Victoria, et al. (SUB-17-001734)  Location: Holualoa 1st & 2nd, North Kona, TMK: 7-6-017:006, Land Area:  1.06 ac., No. of Lots: 6, Size of Lots: 7,500+ sq. ft.
  Subdivider COUNTY-DPW/Akebono Properties, LLC (SUB-17-  001735) Location: Waiakahiula, Puna, TMK: 1-5-012:069, Land Area:  0.393 ac., No. of Lots: 2, Size of Lots: 0.009 & 0.383 ac.
  Subdivider COUNTY-DPW/Charles & Erminia Banquil (SUB-17-  001736) Location: Waiakahiula, Puna, TMK: 1-5-012:068, Land Area:  0.077 ac., No. of Lots: 2, Size of Lots: 0.003 & 0.074 ac.
  Subdivider AG-WP MAUNA KEA 1, LLC (SUB-17-001737)
  Location: Ouli, Waimea, South Kohala, TMK: 6-2-021:002, Land Area:  8.608 ac., No. of Lots: 12 & 1-Road Lot, Size of Lots: 0.441 to 0.858 ac.
  Subdivider BICC PROPERTIES LLC (SUB-17-001738)
  Location: Puuanahulu, North Kona, TMK: 7-1-007:001-050, 053-065 & 7-1-  008:001-063, Land Area: 420+/- ac., No. of Lots: 100 & 13 road lots, Size   of Lots: 1.000 ac.
Maps and documents for the above are on file at the County Planning Dept, 101 Pauahi St, Ste 3, Hilo HI 96720 or 74-5044
Ane Keohokalole Hwy, Bldg E 2nd Floor, Kailua-Kona HI 96740
and open to inspections during office hours 7:45am-4:30pm.
MICHAEL YEE, Planning Director
Hawai’i County is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer
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AGENDA
LEEWARD PLANNING COMMISSION
COUNTY OF HAWAII

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of the following matters to be considered by the Leeward Planning Commission of the County of Hawaii in accordance with the provisions of Chapters 91 and 92, Hawaii Revised Statutes, Section 6-7.5(a) of the Charter of the County of Hawaii, and the Commission’s Rules of Practice and Procedure.
  DATE: Thursday, August 17, 2017
  TIME: 9:30 a.m.
  PLACE: West Hawaii Civic Center, Community Center, Building G,
  74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Highway, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii
STATEMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC - Note that statements from the public regarding any particular item on this agenda will be taken at the time the particular item is called to order.
NEW BUSINESS - 9:30 a.m.
1. APPLICANT:  RT’S SERVICE, LLC (AMEND SPP 1247)
Request to amend Special Permit No. 1247 by deleting Condition 2 (life of the permit), Condition 6 (increasing days and hours of operation), increasing the number of stored vehicles to 135, and expanding the permit area to 1.647 acres.  Special Permit No. 1247 was issued in 2004 to allow office and storage uses for investigative/collection services, a towing service, and short term parking for repossessed or disabled vehicles on approximately 14,273 square feet of a 5.006-acre parcel in the State Land Use Agricultural District. The property is located along the west side of Kauakea Road, approximately 400 feet north of the Kauakea Road-Mamalahoa Highway (Highway 19) intersection,  and abutting the Nani Waimea Subdivision, Puukapu Homesteads, South Kohala, Hawaii, TMK: 6-4-017: Portion of 064.
2. APPLICANT:  1250 OCEANSIDE, LLC (FORMERLY 1250 OCEANSIDE PARTNERS) (AMEND SPP 07-000044)
Request to amend Special Permit No. 07-44, which allowed the conversion of an existing temporary golf shop to a temporary real estate sales center on approximately 10,000 square feet portion of land situated within the State Land Use Agricultural District. The applicant is requesting a one-year extension of time to comply with Condition No. 2 (convert existing golf shop to a temporary real estate sales center), removal of the 5-year time limit of Condition No. 3 (timing for use of temporary real estate office) and an increase in the square footage of the permit area from 10,000 square feet to 13,900 square feet. The property is located on Puu Ohau Place within the Club at Hokulia, Keekee &  Kanakau, South Kona, Hawaii, TMK: 8-1-004:085.
MINUTES
Approval of the Minutes of the June 15, 2017 Leeward Planning Commission meeting.
ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS
ANNOUNCEMENTS
ADJOURNMENT
The purpose of the public hearing is to afford all interested persons a reasonable opportunity to be heard on the above matter.
Anyone who requires an auxiliary aid or service, other reasonable modification, or language interpretation to access this meeting, please contact the Planning Department at 961-8288 as soon as possible, but no later than five working days prior to the meeting date, to arrange for accommodations. "Other reasonable modification" refers to communication methods or devices for people with disabilities who are mentally and/or physically challenged.

Hawaii County is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer

    LEEWARD PLANNING COMMISSION
    Keith F. Unger, Chair

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AGENDA
LEEWARD PLANNING COMMISSION
COUNTY OF HAWAII

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of the following matters to be considered by the Leeward Planning Commission of the County of Hawaii in accordance with the provisions of Chapters 91 and 92, Hawaii Revised Statutes, Section 6-7.5(a) of the Charter of the County of Hawaii, and the Commission’s Rules of Practice and Procedure.
  DATE: Thursday, August 17, 2017
  TIME: 9:30 a.m.
  PLACE: West Hawaii Civic Center, Community Center, Building G,
  74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Highway, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii
STATEMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC - Note that statements from the public regarding any particular item on this agenda will be taken at the time the particular item is called to order.
NEW BUSINESS - 9:30 a.m.
1. APPLICANT:  RT’S SERVICE, LLC (AMEND SPP 1247)
Request to amend Special Permit No. 1247 by deleting Condition 2 (life of the permit), Condition 6 (increasing days and hours of operation), increasing the number of stored vehicles to 135, and expanding the permit area to 1.647 acres.  Special Permit No. 1247 was issued in 2004 to allow office and storage uses for investigative/collection services, a towing service, and short term parking for repossessed or disabled vehicles on approximately 14,273 square feet of a 5.006-acre parcel in the State Land Use Agricultural District. The property is located along the west side of Kauakea Road, approximately 400 feet north of the Kauakea Road-Mamalahoa Highway (Highway 19) intersection,  and abutting the Nani Waimea Subdivision, Puukapu Homesteads, South Kohala, Hawaii, TMK: 6-4-017: Portion of 064.
2. APPLICANT:  1250 OCEANSIDE, LLC (FORMERLY 1250 OCEANSIDE PARTNERS) (AMEND SPP 07-000044)
Request to amend Special Permit No. 07-44, which allowed the conversion of an existing temporary golf shop to a temporary real estate sales center on approximately 10,000 square feet portion of land situated within the State Land Use Agricultural District. The applicant is requesting a one-year extension of time to comply with Condition No. 2 (convert existing golf shop to a temporary real estate sales center), removal of the 5-year time limit of Condition No. 3 (timing for use of temporary real estate office) and an increase in the square footage of the permit area from 10,000 square feet to 13,900 square feet. The property is located on Puu Ohau Place within the Club at Hokulia, Keekee &  Kanakau, South Kona, Hawaii, TMK: 8-1-004:085.
MINUTES
Approval of the Minutes of the June 15, 2017 Leeward Planning Commission meeting.
ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS
ANNOUNCEMENTS
ADJOURNMENT
The purpose of the public hearing is to afford all interested persons a reasonable opportunity to be heard on the above matter.
Anyone who requires an auxiliary aid or service, other reasonable modification, or language interpretation to access this meeting, please contact the Planning Department at 961-8288 as soon as possible, but no later than five working days prior to the meeting date, to arrange for accommodations. "Other reasonable modification" refers to communication methods or devices for people with disabilities who are mentally and/or physically challenged.

Hawaii County is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer

    LEEWARD PLANNING COMMISSION
    Keith F. Unger, Chair

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PUBLIC NOTICE

BILL NO. 2657
ORDINANCE NO. 1012
A BILL FOR AN ORDINANCE APPROVING A COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT FOR BARGAINING UNITS 3 AND 4 BETWEEN JULY 1, 2017 AND JUNE 30, 2019

CERTIFICATE OF THE COUNTY CLERK

I hereby certify that Bill No. 2657 was adopted on second and final reading by the Council of the County of Kaua’i at its meeting held on July 12, 2017, by the following vote:

FOR ADOPTION: Kagawa, Kaneshiro, Yukimura, Rapozo   TOTAL   -  4,
AGAINST ADOPTION:  None             TOTAL   -  0,
EXCUSED & NOT VOTING:  Brun, Chock, Kawakami               TOTAL   -  3,
RECUSED & NOT VOTING: None             TOTAL   -  0.

approved by the Mayor on July 19, 2017, and now has the effect of law as Ordinance No. 1012.

Lihu’e, Hawai’i   /s/ Jade K. Fountain-Tanigawa
July 20, 2017   County Clerk, County of Kaua’i

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PUBLIC NOTICE

BILL NO. 2656
ORDINANCE NO. 1011
A BILL FOR AN ORDINANCE APPROVING A COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT FOR BARGAINING UNITS 2 AND 13 BETWEEN JULY 1, 2017 AND JUNE 30, 2019

CERTIFICATE OF THE COUNTY CLERK

I hereby certify that Bill No. 2656 was adopted on second and final reading by the Council of the County of Kaua’i at its meeting held on July 12, 2017, by the following vote:

FOR ADOPTION: Kagawa, Kaneshiro, Yukimura, Rapozo   TOTAL   -  4,
AGAINST ADOPTION:  None             TOTAL   -  0,
EXCUSED & NOT VOTING:  Brun, Chock, Kawakami               TOTAL   -  3,
RECUSED & NOT VOTING: None             TOTAL   -  0.

approved by the Mayor on July 19, 2017, and now has the effect of law as Ordinance No. 1011.

Lihu’e, Hawai’i   /s/ Jade K. Fountain-Tanigawa
July 20, 2017   County Clerk, County of Kaua’i

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PUBLIC NOTICE
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG), HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIPS (HOME), EMERGENCY SOLUTIONS GRANTS (ESG) AND HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES FOR
PERSONS WITH AIDS (HOPWA) PROGRAMS
In accordance with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) requirements regarding the City and County of Honolulu’s Consolidated Plan, the City and County of Honolulu
hereby provides a list of final projects for the City’s Twenty-Third (23rd) Year Action Plan for Fiscal Year 2018 (July 1, 2017 – June 30, 2018). The City’s 5-Year Consolidated Plan identifies
housing and community development needs and a long-range strategic plan to meet those needs. The annual Action Plan details the activities the City will undertake in the upcoming year to
address the needs identified in the Consolidated Plan. The final projects in the City’s Twenty-Third (23rd) Year Action Plan are as follows:
The public is advised that the City and County of Honolulu may incur preaward costs under the CDBG and HOME programs that will not exceed 25% of the current CDBG and HOME allocations.
CDBG and HOME funds will be used to reimburse the City when funds become available, subject to sufficient funding from the HUD. Should funds not be available, the City will cover the costs
or future funding for CDBG and HOME projects will be reduced.
In addition, the City has prepared a list of alternate projects for the CDBG and HOME programs, listed above, that will be funded in the event that selected projects cannot be implemented. The
City may permit their funding in the subsequent fiscal year if there are insufficient funds in the current year. For the ESG and HOPWA programs, if excess/unspent funds become available, funds
will be reallocated among the agencies listed, provided that the agency is performing satisfactorily and has the ability to expend the funds in a timely manner.
The Final Twenty-Third (23rd) Year Action Plan will be submitted to HUD on August 15, 2017. Copies of the Twenty-Third (23rd) Year Action Plan projects will be available for public review at the
Municipal Reference Center, 558 South King Street, by calling 768-3765 or email at: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or on the City’s website at http://www.honolulu.gov/cms-bfs-menu/site-bfssitearticles/
408-federal-grants.html.
Nelson H. Koyanagi, Jr., Director
Department of Budget and Fiscal Services
By order of KIRK CALDWELL, MAYOR
City and County of Honolulu
PROJECT TITLE & DESCRIPTION PROPOSED
AMOUNT
PROJECT TITLE & DESCRIPTION PROPOSED
AMOUNT
CDBG PUBLIC SERVICE (PS) PROJECTS
Adult Friends for Youth – Restorative Stewardship Project. Support services $148,242
for homeless youth, age 10 – 25 years old, in Downtown Honolulu. Located at 3375
Koapaka Street, Suite B290, Honolulu, HI 96819.
Dept. of Community Services – Work Readiness Program for People $320,000
Experiencing Homelessness. Support services for individuals and families
experiencing or at risk for homelessness. Services island-wide.
Domestic Violence Action Center – Safe on Scene (SOS) Program. $229,046
Support services for victims of domestic violence and their children. Services
island-wide.
Educational Services Hawaii Foundation – EPIC Start. Vocational exploration $18,931
and training for young adults, age 8 – 25 years old, formerly or currently in foster or
kinship care. Services island-wide.
Family Promise of Hawaii – Housing Placement for Homeless Families with $105,500
Children. Support services for homeless families with children. Located at 245 N.
Kukui St., Honolulu, HI 96819 and 69 N. Kainalu Drive, Kailua, HI 96734.
Hawaiian Community Assets, Inc. – Increasing the Financial Capacity of $67,641
Homeless Families to Securing Housing, First. Housing and financial
counseling to persons/families experiencing or at-risk of homelessness. Services
island-wide.
Parents and Children Together (PACT) – Family Peace Center Survivor and $237,139
Children’s Services. Comprehensive crisis response care and support for victims
of domestic violence and their children. Services island-wide.
CDBG PS PROJECTS TOTAL $1,126,499
CDBG PS ALTERNATE PROJECTS
Gregory House Programs – Housing and Supportive Services for Persons $250,000
with HIV/AIDS. Housing assistance and supportive services for persons with
HIV/AIDS. Located at 200 N. Vineyard Boulevard, #A310, Honolulu, HI 96817.
Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement (CNHA) - Micro Enterprise $82,544
Assistance Program. Increased economic development opportunities for lowand
moderate-income persons. Located at 2149 Lauwiliwili Street, Kapolei, HI
96707.
CDBG PS ALTERNATE PROJECTS TOTAL $332,544
CDBG NON-PS (OTHER) PROJECTS
Dept. of Budget and Fiscal Services – Federal Grants Unit. $641,546
Administration of the City’s HUD funded programs.
Dept. of Budget and Fiscal Services – Fiscal Support. $93,864
Fiscal support for the administration of HUD-funded programs.
Dept. of Community Services – Community-Based Development Division & $826,758
Community Assistance Division. Administrative support of the Community-
Based Development and Community Assistance Divisions.
Easter Seals Hawaii – Makiki Service Center Capital Improvements, Phase I $408,500
Renovation of Easter Seal’s service center for individuals with intellectual
disabilities. Located at 710 Green Street, Honolulu, HI 96813.
Feeding Hawaii Together - Alleviating Hawaii’s Hunger and Food Insecurity $3,515,800
through a Permanent Home. Acquisition of a warehouse to be used as a food
distribution center for low- and moderate-income households. Located at
2522 Rose Street, Honolulu, HI 96819.
Honolulu Fire Dept. – Waianae Engine Apparatus. Acquisition of an engine $768,500
apparatus for the Waianae Fire Station. Located at 85-645 Farrington Highway,
Waianae, HI 96792.
Honolulu Fire Dept. – McCully-Moiliili Engine Apparatus. Acquisition of an $429,371
engine apparatus for the McCully-Moiliili Fire Station. Located at
2425 Date Street, Honolulu, HI 96826.
CDBG OTHER PROJECTS TOTAL $6,684,339
CDBG OTHER ALTERNATE PROJECTS
Honolulu Fire Dept. – McCully-Moiliili Engine Apparatus. Acquisition of $339,129
an engine apparatus for the McCully-Moiliili Fire Station. Located at
2425 Date Street, Honolulu, HI 96826.
Honolulu Fire Dept. – Nanakuli Engine Apparatus. Acquisition of an engine $768,500
apparatus for the Nanakuli Fire Station. Located at 89-334 Nanakuli Avenue,
Nanakuli, HI 96792.
Honolulu Fire Dept. – Kuakini Engine Apparatus. Acquisition of an engine $768,500
apparatus for the Kuakini Fire Station. Located at 601 North Kuakini Street,
Honolulu, HI 96817.
Honolulu Fire Dept. – Kalihi Kai Quint Apparatus. Acquisition of a quint $950,000
apparatus for the Kalihi Kai Fire Station. Located at 1334 N. Nimitz Highway,
Honolulu, HI 96817.
Honolulu Fire Dept. – Wahiawa Engine Apparatus. Acquisition of an engine $768,500
apparatus for the Wahiawa Fire Station. Located at 640 California Avenue,
Wahiawa, HI 96786.
CDBG OTHER ALTERNATE PROJECTS TOTAL $3,594,629
HOME PROJECTS
ALEA Bridge - The Wahiawa HoM Resource and Navigation Center. $753,368
Rental assistance services to eligible low-income persons. Services island-wide.
Dept. of Budget and Fiscal Services – Federal Grants Unit $55,774
Administration and coordination of the City’s HOME program.
Dept. of Community Services – Downpayment Loan Program. Financial $610,000
assistance to low-income homebuyers. Services island-wide.
Dept. of Community Services – Housing First Rental Assistance. $1,200,000
Program. Provision of grant funds to provide Housing First rental assistance
services to eligible low-income persons. Services island-wide.
Dept. of Community Services – Tenant Based Rental Assistance (TBRA) $229,464
Program – Program Administration. Administration and coordination of the
TBRA program.
Dept. of Community Services – Tenant Based Rental Assistance (TBRA) $600,000
Program. Rental assistance services to eligible low-income persons. Services
island-wide.
Gregory House Programs – Acquisition. Acquisition of two (2) $556,051
buildings to be occupied by eligible low-income households. Location
suppressed.
Honolulu Habitat for Humanity – Building Homes for Low-Income Families. $936,000
Demolition and re-construction of four (4) homes currently occupied by low-income
families. Located at 922 Austin Lane C-1, Honolulu, HI 96817.
IHS, The Institute for Human Services, Inc. – Clean and Sober Transitions Out $411,722
Of Homelessness 2018. Rental assistance services to eligible low-income
persons. Services island-wide.
HOME PROJECTS TOTAL $5,352,379
HOME ALTERNATE PROJECTS
Gregory House Programs – Acquisition. Acquisition of two (2) $4,147,118
buildings to be occupied by eligible low-income households. Location
suppressed.
HOME ALTERNATE PROJECTS TOTAL $4,147,118
HOPWA PROJECTS
Dept. of Community Services – Program Administration. $15,033
Administration of the City’s HOPWA program.
Gregory House Programs. Long- and short-term financial assistance and $409,454
housing supportive services to persons with HIV/AIDS. Located at
200 N. Vineyard Boulevard, #A310, Honolulu, HI 96817.
Life Foundation. Supportive services for persons with HIV/AIDS. $83,865
Located at 677 Ala Moana Boulevard, Honolulu, HI 96813.
HOPWA PROJECTS TOTAL $508,352
ESG AND MATCH PROJECTS
ALEA Bridge –Wahiawa HoM Project. Financial assistance and housing $100,000
relocation and stabilization services for persons who are homeless (rapid rehousing).
Located at 219 Crest Avenue, Wahiawa, HI 96786.
Alternative Structures International – ASI Rapid Rehousing for Oahu $117,196
Chronically Homeless Household. Financial assistance and housing relocation
and stabilization services for persons who are homeless (rapid re-housing).
Located at 86-660 Lualualei Homestead Road, Waianae, HI 96792.
Catholic Charities Hawaii – Maililand Transitional Shelter. Transitional $63,000
shelter operations for homeless families. Located at 87-190/191 Maliona Street,
Waianae, HI 96792.
Child and Family Service – Domestic Abuse Shelters. Transitional and $65,000
emergency shelter operations for victims of domestic violence.
Locations suppressed.
Dept. of Community Services – Program Administration. $150,000
emergency shelter operations for victims of domestic violence.
Administration of the City’s ESG program.
Homeless Management Information System (HMIS). Maintenance and $30,000
management of HMIS.
Family Promise of Hawaii – Housing Placement for Homeless Families with $135,342
emergency shelter operations for victims of domestic violence.
Children. Emergency shelter operations for homeless families with children.
Located at 245 N. Kukui Street, Honolulu, HI 96819.
Gregory House Programs – Emergency Solutions Program. Financial $372,619
assistance and housing relocation and stabilization services for persons who are
homeless (rapid re-housing) and at-risk of homelessness (homelessness
prevention). Located at 200 N. Vineyard Boulevard, #A310, Honolulu, HI 96817.
Hale Kipa – Emergency Shelters for Youth. Essential services for homeless $53,000
youth. Located at 1828 Makuahine Street, Honolulu, HI 96819 and 91-1259
Renton Road, Ewa Beach, Honolulu, HI 96706.
IHS, The Institute for Human Services, Inc. – Sumner Street Emergency $229,085
emergency shelter operations for victims of domestic violence.
Shelter. Emergency shelter operations for homeless men. Located at 350
Sumner Street, Honolulu, HI 96817.
IHS, The Institute for Human Services, Inc. – Rapid Re-Housing. Financial $278,567
assistance and housing relocation and stabilization services for persons who are
homeless (rapid re-housing). Located at 916 Ka’amahu Place, #A, Honolulu, HI 96817.
Kalihi-Palama Health Center – Emergency Relief Program. Financial $200,000
assistance and housing relocation and stabilization services for persons who are
homeless (rapid re-housing) and at-risk of homelessness (homelessness
prevention). Located at 904 Kohou Street, #307, Honolulu, HI 96817.
Parents and Children Together – Ohia Domestic Violence Shelter. $172,949
Emergency shelter operations and rapid re-housing assistance for victims of
domestic violence. Location suppressed.
United States Veterans Initiative –Homeless Assistance Program. $486,592
Emergency shelter operations and rapid re-housing assistance for veterans who
are homeless. Located at 85-638 Farrington Highway, Waianae, HI 96792, Building
37 Shangrila Street, Kapolei, HI 96707, 91-1200 Keaunui Drive, #21, Ewa Beach,
HI 96706, 2343 Amokemoke Street, Pearl City, HI 96782, and 1175 Hookahi
Street, Pearl City, HI 96782
Women in Need – Ala I Ka Kupaa. Emergency shelter operations and $140,366
homelessness prevention assistance for homeless individuals and families.
Located at 99-159 Puakala Street, Aiea, HI 96701, 86-914 Pukui Place, Waianae,
HI 96892, and 98-939 Moanalua Road, Aiea, HI 96701.
ESG AND MATCH PROJECTS TOTAL $2,593,716

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PUBLIC NOTICE

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG),
HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIPS (HOME),
EMERGENCY SOLUTIONS GRANTS (ESG),
HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES FOR PERSONS WITH AIDS (HOPWA) AND
HOUSING TRUST FUND PROGRAMS

PROPOSED CONSOLIDATED PLAN AMENDMENT

The City and County of Honolulu is proposing to amend the Final Consolidated Plan for Program Years 2016 - 2020 by streamlining the selection process and prioritizing the use of CDBG funds for Capital Improvement projects within low- and moderate-income areas.  The proposed amendment to the City’s Consolidated Plan is available for review at the Municipal Reference Center by calling (808) 768-3765 and also on the City’s website at http://www.honolulu.gov/cms-bfs-menu/site-bfs-sitearticles/408-federal-grants.html.

Interested parties are invited to review the proposed amendment and submit comments by August 25, 2017 to the Department of Budget and Fiscal Services, Federal Grants Unit, 530 South King Street, Room 208, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813 or by email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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

By order of KIRK W. CALDWELL, MAYOR
City and County of Honolulu

(SA1014389       7/26/17)~


    PUBLIC NOTICE - COUNTY OF HAWAI’I

Planning Dept. Applications Accepted June 2017

In accordance with Section 25-2-3(g) Division 1,
Article 2 of Chapter 25 (Zoning) of the Hawai’i County Code, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following applications have been submitted. 
                *Applicant/Landowner
WINDWARD/LEEWARD PLANNING COMMISSIONS
1. *Celestial Sanctum 501(C)(3) (SPP 17-192) Special permit to develop a lodge/retreat center for up to 21 guests on 3.926acs at 18-4271 Luna Ikena Rd, Mt. View, Puna, TMK: 1-8-010:105.
2. *RT’s Service LLC (SPP 1246) Amend to delete life of the permit, increase days/hrs of operation, increase stored vehicles from 20 to 135 & increase permit area on 1.647acs at 64-5223 Kauakea Rd, Kamuela, Puukapu, S Kohala, TMK: 6-4-017:por. 064.
3. *Kathleen L. Brilhante (REZ 17-222) Change Zone from A-1a to RS-20 on 1.166acs at 65-1102 Hokuula Rd, Waimea Hmstds, S. Kohala, TMK: 6-5-004:049.

DE MINIMIS YARD ENCROACHMENT

1. *Paul Graml, Structure position discrepancy for single family dwelling on 12,400sf at 68-3587 Melina
St, S. Kohala, TMK: 6-8-026:097.

PLAN APPROVAL

1. *100 Kapiolani LLC (PLA-17-001435) 6-Unit condo bldg on 15,000sf at 100 Kapiolani St, S. Hilo, TMK: 2-3-017:006.
2. *Na Manu Li’i Childrens Ctr/P.Y.Taketa Appraisals Inc (PLA-17-001436) Day Care Ctr on 20,000sf at 500 Manono St, S. Hilo, TMK: 2-2-034:027.
3. *Wayne A. Miranda (PLA-17-001437) Warehse on 2acs at 16-186 Wiliama St, Puna, TMK:1-6-146: 031.
4. *HI Tire Co LLC/Walker Apts LLC & Puna Comm Med Ctr (PLA-17-001438) Bldg addition on 8.397acs,
15-2660 Pahoa Village Rd, Puna, TMK: 1-5-007:080.
5. *HI Water Service Co/Michael Kaneda, Fuel Depot, on 17,667sf at 68-5253 Qn Kaahumanu Hwy,
S. Kohala, TMK: 6-8-001:029.
6. *Fritz Harris Glade/ Kumove Kaupulehu Land Condo, Food prep on 1.8ac at 74-581 Honokohau St, N. Kona, TMK: 7-4-024:005.
7. *Charmaine Kamaka/SOH, Tennis Court lights on 14.082ac at 75-5500 Kuakini Hwy, N. Kona, TMK 7-5-005:083.
8.  *I Kitagawa Co/Parts Center HI, New mezzanine on 1ac at 64-1019 Mamalahoa Hwy, S. Kohala, TMK:
6-4-006:011.
9.  *Mamalahoa Dev Corp/Vista Towers LLC, (PLA-17-001439) Telecom Facility on 1.92ac at 76-6232 Walua Rd., N. Kona, TMK: 7-6-024:032.
10. *Reihm Owensby Planners Architects/RB2
Investors, Commercial on 1.76ac on Hoohana St, S. Kohala, TMK 6-8-001:058.
    Maps/documents are on file & open for inspection during office hours 7:45am-4:30pm at the HI County Planning Dept, 101 Pauahi St, Ste 3, Hilo, or 74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Hwy, Bldg E, 2nd Floor, Kailua-Kona.
By: MICHAEL YEE, Planning Director
HI County is an Equal Opportunity Provider & Employer

(WHT1012151     7/20/17)~


    PUBLIC NOTICE - COUNTY OF HAWAI’I

Planning Dept. Applications Accepted June 2017

In accordance with Section 25-2-3(g) Division 1,
Article 2 of Chapter 25 (Zoning) of the Hawai’i County Code, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following applications have been submitted. 
                *Applicant/Landowner
WINDWARD/LEEWARD PLANNING COMMISSIONS
1. *Celestial Sanctum 501(C)(3) (SPP 17-192) Special permit to develop a lodge/retreat center for up to 21 guests on 3.926acs at 18-4271 Luna Ikena Rd, Mt. View, Puna, TMK: 1-8-010:105.
2. *RT’s Service LLC (SPP 1246) Amend to delete life of the permit, increase days/hrs of operation, increase stored vehicles from 20 to 135 & increase permit area on 1.647acs at 64-5223 Kauakea Rd, Kamuela, Puukapu, S Kohala, TMK: 6-4-017:por. 064.
3. *Kathleen L. Brilhante (REZ 17-222) Change Zone from A-1a to RS-20 on 1.166acs at 65-1102 Hokuula Rd, Waimea Hmstds, S. Kohala, TMK: 6-5-004:049.

DE MINIMIS YARD ENCROACHMENT

1. *Paul Graml, Structure position discrepancy for single family dwelling on 12,400sf at 68-3587 Melina
St, S. Kohala, TMK: 6-8-026:097.

PLAN APPROVAL

1. *100 Kapiolani LLC (PLA-17-001435) 6-Unit condo bldg on 15,000sf at 100 Kapiolani St, S. Hilo, TMK: 2-3-017:006.
2. *Na Manu Li’i Childrens Ctr/P.Y.Taketa Appraisals Inc (PLA-17-001436) Day Care Ctr on 20,000sf at 500 Manono St, S. Hilo, TMK: 2-2-034:027.
3. *Wayne A. Miranda (PLA-17-001437) Warehse on 2acs at 16-186 Wiliama St, Puna, TMK:1-6-146: 031.
4. *HI Tire Co LLC/Walker Apts LLC & Puna Comm Med Ctr (PLA-17-001438) Bldg addition on 8.397acs,
15-2660 Pahoa Village Rd, Puna, TMK: 1-5-007:080.
5. *HI Water Service Co/Michael Kaneda, Fuel Depot, on 17,667sf at 68-5253 Qn Kaahumanu Hwy,
S. Kohala, TMK: 6-8-001:029.
6. *Fritz Harris Glade/ Kumove Kaupulehu Land Condo, Food prep on 1.8ac at 74-581 Honokohau St, N. Kona, TMK: 7-4-024:005.
7. *Charmaine Kamaka/SOH, Tennis Court lights on 14.082ac at 75-5500 Kuakini Hwy, N. Kona, TMK 7-5-005:083.
8.  *I Kitagawa Co/Parts Center HI, New mezzanine on 1ac at 64-1019 Mamalahoa Hwy, S. Kohala, TMK:
6-4-006:011.
9.  *Mamalahoa Dev Corp/Vista Towers LLC, (PLA-17-001439) Telecom Facility on 1.92ac at 76-6232 Walua Rd., N. Kona, TMK: 7-6-024:032.
10. *Reihm Owensby Planners Architects/RB2
Investors, Commercial on 1.76ac on Hoohana St, S. Kohala, TMK 6-8-001:058.
    Maps/documents are on file & open for inspection during office hours 7:45am-4:30pm at the HI County Planning Dept, 101 Pauahi St, Ste 3, Hilo, or 74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Hwy, Bldg E, 2nd Floor, Kailua-Kona.
By: MICHAEL YEE, Planning Director
HI County is an Equal Opportunity Provider & Employer

(HTH1011626     7/20/17)~


NOTICE

The COUNCIL OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU at its meeting held on     July 12, 2017, passed the following bills on Second Reading by the votes indicated:

Bill 50 (2017), CD1 - Relating to City Boards and Commissions.
AYES:  Councilmembers Anderson, Elefante, Fukunaga, Kobayashi, Manahan,  Martin, Ozawa - 7.
ABSENT: Councilmembers Menor, Pine - 2.

Bill 51 (2017), CD1 - Relating to parking time limits.
AYES:  Councilmembers Anderson, Elefante, Fukunaga, Kobayashi, Manahan,  Martin, Menor, Ozawa, Pine - 9.

Bill 52 (2017), CD1 - Relating to the minimum real property tax.
AYES:  Councilmembers Anderson, Elefante, Fukunaga*, Manahan, Martin,  Ozawa, Pine* - 7.
NOES:  Councilmember Kobayashi - 1.
ABSENT: Councilmember Menor - 1.

Bill 53 (2017) - Relating to nonconforming structures.
AYES:  Councilmembers Anderson, Elefante, Fukunaga, Kobayashi, Manahan,  Martin, Ozawa, Pine - 8.
ABSENT: Councilmember Menor - 1.

Bill 54 (2017) - Relating to wind machines.
AYES:  Councilmembers Anderson, Elefante, Fukunaga, Kobayashi, Manahan,  Martin, Ozawa, Pine - 8.
ABSENT: Councilmember Menor - 1.

Bill 57 (2017) - Relating to Ethics Commission staff.
AYES:  Councilmembers Anderson, Elefante, Fukunaga, Kobayashi, Manahan,  Martin, Ozawa - 7.
ABSENT: Councilmembers Menor, Pine - 2.

Bill 58 (2017), CD1 - Establishing an affordable housing requirement.
AYES:  Councilmembers Anderson, Elefante, Fukunaga, Kobayashi, Manahan,  Menor, Ozawa, Pine - 8.
NOES:  Councilmember Martin - 1.

Bill 59 (2017), CD1 - Relating to affordable housing incentives.
AYES:  Councilmembers Anderson, Elefante, Fukunaga, Kobayashi, Manahan,  Menor, Ozawa, Pine - 8.
NOES:  Councilmember Martin - 1.

Bill 62 (2017), CD1 - Relating to joint development.
AYES:  Councilmembers Anderson, Elefante, Fukunaga, Kobayashi, Manahan,  Martin, Menor, Ozawa, Pine - 9.

Bill 63 (2017) - Relating to special improvement districts.
AYES:  Councilmembers Anderson, Elefante, Fukunaga, Kobayashi, Manahan,  Martin, Menor, Ozawa, Pine - 9.

Bill 64 (2017) - Relating to the establishment of the Waikiki Transportation Management Association Special Improvement District No. 4.
AYES:  Councilmembers Anderson, Elefante, Fukunaga, Kobayashi, Manahan,  Martin, Menor, Ozawa, Pine - 9.

Bill 66 (2017) - Relating to public sidewalks.
AYES:  Councilmembers Anderson, Fukunaga, Kobayashi, Manahan, Martin,  Ozawa - 6.
NOES:  Councilmember Elefante - 1.
ABSENT: Councilmembers Menor, Pine - 2.

*Voted Aye with Reservations

* * * * * *

Copies of the foregoing bills are available for use and examination by the       public during regular business hours at the City Clerk’s office,              Room 203, Honolulu Hale and are also available on-line at http://www4.honolulu.gov/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-193.  Should you have any questions, please call 768-5822. 

        GLEN TAKAHASHI, City Clerk

(SA1012344 7/19/17)~




Notice of Funding Availability
National Housing Trust Fund Program

The City and County of Honolulu, through its Department of Community Services is soliciting applications from qualified nonprofit agencies for the National Housing Trust Fund Program.  Approximately $2,700,000 will be made available for qualified projects in the form of grants.  National Housing Trust Fund grants may be used for the acquisition, rehabilitation, and construction of affordable housing for households earning 30 percent or less of Honolulu’s Median Family Income. 

Interested parties may obtain an application packet from the Department of Community Services, 715 South King Street, Suite 200, Honolulu, Hawaii.  Agencies may also request an electronic version of the application via an email request to Megan Wharton at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

Applications must be submitted to the Department of Community Services, 715 South King Street, Suite 311, Honolulu Hawaii by 4:00 PM on August 9, 2017.  Questions regarding the National Housing Trust Fund may be directed to Keith Ishida at 768-7750 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

(SA1011965     7/19/17)~


COUNTY OF HAWAI’I SEEKS APPLICANTS FOR STEWARDSHIP GRANTS TO MAINTAIN & PRESERVE LANDS ACQUIRED WITH MONIES FROM THE PUBLIC ACCESS, OPEN SPACE AND NATURAL RESOURCES PRESERVATION FUND (FUND)

The County of Hawai’i, Department of Parks and Recreation (P&R) is seeking applicants for stewardship grants to provide grants-in-aid for public safety maintenance and preservation of lands acquired by the FUND as stipulated in the Hawai’i County Charter, Article 10, Section 10-16 (h). Only 501(c)3 non-profits or an organization that operates under the umbrella of a 501(c)3 non-profit shall be considered for a stewardship grant. Grant awards are for one calendar year beginning January 1st and ending on December 31st. In addition to the grant application, the applicant must also submit a detailed business plan for the project along with a signed agreement to file a written report within one year after receipt of funds on what has been accomplished and how the money was spent. Below is a list of lands that P&R is currently accepting submissions for:

            Property/District   Tax Map Key(s)
  Hamakua
 
                  Waipi’o Lookout (3) 4-8-04:06
  North Kohala
                    Pa’o’o (3) 5-7-01:05

                  Kaiholena (3) 5-8-01:11
  (3) 5-8-01:19
  (3) 5-8-01:20
  (3) 5-8-01:21
  (3) 5-8-01:22
  (3) 5-8-01:24
  (3) 5-8-01:25
  North Kona
            ’O’oma (3) 7-3-09:04

            Kipapa Park (3) 7-7-08:20
  (3) 7-7-08:31
  Ka’u 
            Kahua Olohu (3) 9-5-12:05

          Kawa/Kawa’a Bay (3) 9-5-16:06
  (3) 9-5-16:25
  (3) 9-5-17:05
  (3) 9-5-17:07
             
Application and property information are available on-line at the following:  http://www.hawaiicounty.gov/, selecting "Boards & Commissions" from the bottom left side and then "Public Access, Open Space, and Natural Resources Preservation Commission" or at the P&R office located in the Aupuni Center, 101 Pauahi Street, Suite 6, Hilo, Hawai’i 96720. Applicants must comply with all provisions of Hawai’i County Charter Article 10, Section 10-16 in addition to all applicable County, State and Federal laws.  Groups seeking a multi-year project may re-apply each August 1st. Completed applications must be submitted by 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, August 31, 2017 or postmarked by that date if sending by mail. If you have any questions, please contact Reid Sewake at 961-8311.

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

(WHT1011323     7/19, 7/23, 7/30/17)~


PUBLIC NOTICE
COUNTY OF HAWAI’I-PLANNING DEPARTMENT
Variance Applications Accepted June 16-30, 2017

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Director will be taking action on the following applications:
*  Deadline to submit written public comments
** Tentative date of Director’s decision
1. Owner: Derek A. Higa (VAR 17-000431) fr Chap 25, Zoning, Sec. 25-5-106 Min. Yards, Sec.25-4-44 (a) Permitted Projections into Yards/ Open Space, (Encroach SW side yard setback) on 1.654acs at 54-3785 Akoni Pule Hwy, N. Kohala, TMK: 5-4-006:009.
        *Jul 28, 2017     **Jul 31-Aug 21, 2017
2. Owners: Hub Well Gardens LLC (VAR 17-000432) fr Chap 25, Zoning, Sec 25-5-7 Min.Yards, Sec 25-4-44(a) Permitted Projections into Yards/Open Space, (Encroach E. side yard setback) on 1.985acs at 55-514 Hawi Rd, N. Kohala, TMK: 5-5-010:022.
      *Aug 2, 2017       **Aug 3-24, 2017
3. Owner: Brian J. Reimer Trust (VAR-17-000433) fr Chap 23, Subdivision, Sec 23-84, Water Supply, on 48.967acs at 17-4744 Huina Rd, Puna, TMK: 1-7-017:014.      *Jul 31, 2017   **Aug 1-30, 2017
4. Owners: James D. Wakefield, Riann H. A. S. Wakefield, William C/Helen B. Wakefield Tr (VAR-17-000434) fr Chap 23, Subdivisions, Sec 23-84, Water Supply; Sec 23-87 & 95, Standard for Non-Dedicable Street/Right-of-way on 125.75acs at N. Kona, TMK:
7-9-002:004.  *Jul 31, 2017   **Aug 1-30, 2017
    Maps/documents are on file & open for inspection during office hours 7:45am-4:30pm at the HI County Planning Dept, 101 Pauahi St, Ste 3, Hilo or 74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Hwy, Bldg E, 2nd Floor, Kailua-Kona.
By: MICHAEL YEE, Planning Director
HI County is an Equal Opportunity Provider & Employer

(WHT1011249   7/19/17)~


PUBLIC NOTICE
COUNTY OF HAWAI’I-PLANNING DEPARTMENT
Variance Applications Accepted June 16-30, 2017

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Director will be taking action on the following applications:
*  Deadline to submit written public comments
** Tentative date of Director’s decision
1. Owner: Derek A. Higa (VAR 17-000431) fr Chap 25, Zoning, Sec. 25-5-106 Min. Yards, Sec.25-4-44 (a) Permitted Projections into Yards/ Open Space, (Encroach SW side yard setback) on 1.654acs at 54-3785 Akoni Pule Hwy, N. Kohala, TMK: 5-4-006:009.
        *Jul 28, 2017     **Jul 31-Aug 21, 2017
2. Owners: Hub Well Gardens LLC (VAR 17-000432) fr Chap 25, Zoning, Sec 25-5-7 Min.Yards, Sec 25-4-44(a) Permitted Projections into Yards/Open Space, (Encroach E. side yard setback) on 1.985acs at 55-514 Hawi Rd, N. Kohala, TMK: 5-5-010:022.
      *Aug 2, 2017       **Aug 3-24, 2017
3. Owner: Brian J. Reimer Trust (VAR-17-000433) fr Chap 23, Subdivision, Sec 23-84, Water Supply, on 48.967acs at 17-4744 Huina Rd, Puna, TMK: 1-7-017:014.      *Jul 31, 2017   **Aug 1-30, 2017
4. Owners: James D. Wakefield, Riann H. A. S. Wakefield, William C/Helen B. Wakefield Tr (VAR-17-000434) fr Chap 23, Subdivisions, Sec 23-84, Water Supply; Sec 23-87 & 95, Standard for Non-Dedicable Street/Right-of-way on 125.75acs at N. Kona, TMK:
7-9-002:004.  *Jul 31, 2017   **Aug 1-30, 2017
    Maps/documents are on file & open for inspection during office hours 7:45am-4:30pm at the HI County Planning Dept, 101 Pauahi St, Ste 3, Hilo or 74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Hwy, Bldg E, 2nd Floor, Kailua-Kona.
By: MICHAEL YEE, Planning Director
HI County is an Equal Opportunity Provider & Employer

(HTH1011144   7/19/17)~


COUNTY OF HAWAI’I SEEKS APPLICANTS FOR STEWARDSHIP GRANTS TO MAINTAIN & PRESERVE LANDS ACQUIRED WITH MONIES FROM THE PUBLIC ACCESS, OPEN SPACE AND NATURAL RESOURCES PRESERVATION FUND (FUND)

The County of Hawai’i, Department of Parks and Recreation (P&R) is seeking applicants for stewardship grants to provide grants-in-aid for public safety maintenance and preservation of lands acquired by the FUND as stipulated in the Hawai’i County Charter, Article 10, Section 10-16 (h). Only 501(c)3 non-profits or an organization that operates under the umbrella of a 501(c)3 non-profit shall be considered for a stewardship grant. Grant awards are for one calendar year beginning January 1st and ending on December 31st. In addition to the grant application, the applicant must also submit a detailed business plan for the project along with a signed agreement to file a written report within one year after receipt of funds on what has been accomplished and how the money was spent. Below is a list of lands that P&R is currently accepting submissions for:

            Property/District   Tax Map Key(s)
  Hamakua
 
                  Waipi’o Lookout (3) 4-8-04:06
  North Kohala
                    Pa’o’o (3) 5-7-01:05

Kaiholena (3) 5-8-01:11
  (3) 5-8-01:19
  (3) 5-8-01:20
  (3) 5-8-01:21
  (3) 5-8-01:22
  (3) 5-8-01:24
  (3) 5-8-01:25
  North Kona
            ’O’oma (3) 7-3-09:04

            Kipapa Park (3) 7-7-08:20
  (3) 7-7-08:31
  Ka’u 
            Kahua Olohu (3) 9-5-12:05

          Kawa/Kawa’a Bay (3) 9-5-16:06
  (3) 9-5-16:25
  (3) 9-5-17:05
  (3) 9-5-17:07
             
Application and property information are available on-line at the following:  http://www.hawaiicounty.gov/, selecting "Boards & Commissions" from the bottom left side and then "Public Access, Open Space, and Natural Resources Preservation Commission" or at the P&R office located in the Aupuni Center, 101 Pauahi Street, Suite 6, Hilo, Hawai’i 96720. Applicants must comply with all provisions of Hawai’i County Charter Article 10, Section 10-16 in addition to all applicable County, State and Federal laws.  Groups seeking a multi-year project may re-apply each August 1st. Completed applications must be submitted by 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, August 31, 2017 or postmarked by that date if sending by mail. If you have any questions, please contact Reid Sewake at 961-8311.

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

(HTH1011105     7/19, 7/23, 7/30/17)~


AGENDA
WINDWARD PLANNING COMMISSION
COUNTY OF HAWAI’I

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of the following matters to be considered by the Windward Planning Commission of the County of Hawai’i in accordance with the provisions of Chapters 91 and 92, Hawai’i Revised Statutes, Section 6-7.5(a) of the Charter of the County of Hawai’i, and the Planning Commission’s Rules of Practice and Procedure.
DATE: Thursday, August 3, 2017
TIME: 9:00 a.m.
PLACE: County of Hawai’i Aupuni Center Conference Room
  101 Pauahi Street, Hilo, HI 96720
STATEMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC - Note that statements from the public regarding any particular item on this agenda will be taken at the time the particular item is called to order.
NEW BUSINESS -  9:00 a.m.
1. APPLICANT: RODNEY TANAKA (FORMERLY CYNTHIA KUULEI THOMAS)  (REZ 07-000065)
Request for an additional 5-year extension of time to comply with Condition C (Complete Construction) of Ordinance No. 07-136, which rezoned approximately 22,500 square feet of land from the Single-Family Residential - 10,000 square feet (RS-10) district to the Industrial-Commercial Mixed Use - 20,000 square feet (MCX-20) district.  The property is located on the northwest corner of the Lanikaula Street and Hinano Street intersection,  Waiakea House Lots 1st Series, Waiakea, South Hilo, Hawai’i, TMK: 2-2- 036:090.
2. APPLICANT:  CELESTIAL SANCTUM 501(C)(3) (SPP 17-000192)
Application for a Special Permit to allow the establishment and operation of a lodge and retreat center for up to twenty-one (21) guests on a 3.926-acre portion of a larger 25-acre parcel of land in the State Land Use Agricultural District. The property is located at 18-4271 Luna Ikena Road approximately one (1) mile northwest of its intersection with Volcano Highway, Ola’a, Puna,  Hawai’i, TMK: 1-8-010:105.
OLD BUSINESS -  9:30 a.m.
3. APPLICANT:  VERIZON WIRELESS (USE 17-000067)
Continued hearing for an application for a Use Permit to allow the construction of a new, non-manned telecommunication facility, consisting of a 167-foot tall steel monopole tower and related facilities within a 900- square foot portion of a 1-acre parcel of land situated in the County’s Agricultural 1-acre (A-1a) zoning district. Initial hearing was continued to allow parties to participate in mediation. The property is located northeast of the Ohia Avenue - Alapua Street intersection, in the Eden Roc Estates Subdivision, Kea’au, Puna, Hawai’i, TMK: 1-1-082:031.
MINUTES
Approval of Minutes of the July 7, 2017 meeting.
ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS
ANNOUNCEMENTS
ADJOURNMENT
The purpose of the public hearings is to afford all interested persons a reasonable opportunity to be heard on the above matters.
Anyone who requires an auxiliary aid or service, other reasonable modification, or language interpretation to access this meeting, please contact Sarah Hata-Finley (961-8157) or Jeffrey Darrow (961-8158) of the Planning Department as soon as possible, but no later than five days prior to the meeting date, to arrange for accommodations. "Other reasonable modification" refers to communication methods or devices for people with disabilities who are mentally and/or physically challenged.

Hawai’i County is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer

  WINDWARD PLANNING COMMISSION
  GREGORY HENKEL, Chairman

(WHT1009849   7/14/17)~


AGENDA
WINDWARD PLANNING COMMISSION
COUNTY OF HAWAI’I

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of the following matters to be considered by the Windward Planning Commission of the County of Hawai’i in accordance with the provisions of Chapters 91 and 92, Hawai’i Revised Statutes, Section 6-7.5(a) of the Charter of the County of Hawai’i, and the Planning Commission’s Rules of Practice and Procedure.
DATE: Thursday, August 3, 2017
TIME: 9:00 a.m.
PLACE: County of Hawai’i Aupuni Center Conference Room
  101 Pauahi Street, Hilo, HI 96720
STATEMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC - Note that statements from the public regarding any particular item on this agenda will be taken at the time the particular item is called to order.
NEW BUSINESS -  9:00 a.m.
1. APPLICANT: RODNEY TANAKA (FORMERLY CYNTHIA KUULEI THOMAS)  (REZ 07-000065)
Request for an additional 5-year extension of time to comply with Condition C (Complete Construction) of Ordinance No. 07-136, which rezoned approximately 22,500 square feet of land from the Single-Family Residential - 10,000 square feet (RS-10) district to the Industrial-Commercial Mixed Use - 20,000 square feet (MCX-20) district.  The property is located on the northwest corner of the Lanikaula Street and Hinano Street intersection,  Waiakea House Lots 1st Series, Waiakea, South Hilo, Hawai’i, TMK: 2-2- 036:090.
2. APPLICANT:  CELESTIAL SANCTUM 501(C)(3) (SPP 17-000192)
Application for a Special Permit to allow the establishment and operation of a lodge and retreat center for up to twenty-one (21) guests on a 3.926-acre portion of a larger 25-acre parcel of land in the State Land Use Agricultural District. The property is located at 18-4271 Luna Ikena Road approximately one (1) mile northwest of its intersection with Volcano Highway, Ola’a, Puna,  Hawai’i, TMK: 1-8-010:105.
OLD BUSINESS -  9:30 a.m.
3. APPLICANT:  VERIZON WIRELESS (USE 17-000067)
Continued hearing for an application for a Use Permit to allow the construction of a new, non-manned telecommunication facility, consisting of a 167-foot tall steel monopole tower and related facilities within a 900- square foot portion of a 1-acre parcel of land situated in the County’s Agricultural 1-acre (A-1a) zoning district. Initial hearing was continued to allow parties to participate in mediation. The property is located northeast of the Ohia Avenue - Alapua Street intersection, in the Eden Roc Estates Subdivision, Kea’au, Puna, Hawai’i, TMK: 1-1-082:031.
MINUTES
Approval of Minutes of the July 7, 2017 meeting.
ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS
ANNOUNCEMENTS
ADJOURNMENT
The purpose of the public hearings is to afford all interested persons a reasonable opportunity to be heard on the above matters.
Anyone who requires an auxiliary aid or service, other reasonable modification, or language interpretation to access this meeting, please contact Sarah Hata-Finley (961-8157) or Jeffrey Darrow (961-8158) of the PlanningDepartment as soon as possible, but no later than five days prior to the meeting date, to arrange for accommodations. "Other reasonable modification" refers to communication methods or devices for people with disabilities who are mentally and/or physically challenged.

Hawai’i County is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer

  WINDWARD PLANNING COMMISSION
  GREGORY HENKEL, Chairman

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PUBLIC NOTICE
COUNTY OF HAWAI’I-PLANNING DEPARTMENT
Consolidations & Subdivisions Accepted
June 1-15, 2017

In accordance with Section 23-58B of the Subdivision Code, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following applications have been submitted.
1. Applicant STATE-DLNR/Hawaii Island Veterans Memorial, Inc. (CON-17-000355)  Location: Punahou 2nd, South Hilo, TMK: 2-4- 057:001 & 029, Land Area: 40,403.26 sq. ft., No.  of Lots: 1
2. Applicant EVANS, Tina Y. (CON-17-000356)  Location: Punahou 2nd, South Hilo, TMK: 2-3- 034:059, Land Area: 22,500 sq. ft., No. of Lots: 1
3. Applicant WARD, Gregory F./ Andrew J. Graff (CON-17-000357) Location: Keekee-Kehena,  Puna, TMK: 1-2-035:059 & 060, Land Area:  16,000 sq. ft., No. of Lots: 1
4. Subdivider KAMAKAWIWO’OLE, Marlene K./  Denise L. Mahi (SUB-17-001729)  Location:  Waiakea, South Hilo, TMK: 2-2-038:001, Land Area: 2.000 ac., No. of Lots: 2, Size of Lots:  1.000 ac.
5. Subdivider O’HALLORAN 2010 TRUST,  Colleen A. (SUB-17-001730) Location:  Kalamakumu, South Kona, TMK: 8-2-010:037,  Land Area: 3.907 ac., No. of Lots: 2, Size of Lots:  1.309 & 2.598 ac.
6. Subdivider ALDERSON INTER VIVOS TRUST,  Richard/Gari Jellings, et al. (SUB-17- 001731) Location: Kahua, South Hilo, TMK: 2-8- 011:013 & 2-8-015:038, Land Area: 307.796 ac.,  No. of Lots: 5, Size of Lots: 20.329 to 206.095 ac.
7. Subdivider HAWAII ONE1 INVESTORS, LLC (SUB-17-001732) Location: Kapalaalaea 2nd,  North Kona, TMK: 7-7-008:121, Land Area:  11.416 ac., No. of Lots: 66 & 9 Road Lots, Size of Lots: 3.049 sq. ft. to 1.504 ac.
8. Subdivider C & D DEVELOPMENT, LLC/D and J Island Ventures LLC (SUB-17-001733)  Location: Kukio 1st, North Kona, TMK: 7-2- 020:009, 027 & 028, Land Area: 1.666 ac., No. of Lots: 3, Size of Lots: 0.507 to 0.581 ac.
Maps and documents for the above are on file at the County Planning Dept, 101 Pauahi St, Ste 3, Hilo HI 96720 or 74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Hwy, Bldg E 2nd Floor, Kailua-Kona HI 96740 and open to inspections during office hours 7:45am-4:30pm.
MICHAEL YEE, Planning Director

Hawai’i County is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer

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PUBLIC NOTICE
COUNTY OF HAWAI’I-PLANNING DEPARTMENT
Consolidations & Subdivisions Accepted
June 1-15, 2017

In accordance with Section 23-58B of the Subdivision Code, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following applications have been submitted.
1. Applicant STATE-DLNR/Hawaii Island Veterans Memorial, Inc. (CON-17-000355)  Location: Punahou 2nd, South Hilo, TMK: 2-4- 057:001 & 029, Land Area: 40,403.26 sq. ft., No.  of Lots: 1
2. Applicant EVANS, Tina Y. (CON-17-000356)  Location: Punahou 2nd, South Hilo, TMK: 2-3- 034:059, Land Area: 22,500 sq. ft., No. of Lots: 1
3. Applicant WARD, Gregory F./Andrew J. Graff (CON-17-000357) Location: Keekee-Kehena,  Puna, TMK: 1-2-035:059 & 060, Land Area:  16,000 sq. ft., No. of Lots: 1
4. Subdivider KAMAKAWIWO’OLE, Marlene K./  Denise L. Mahi (SUB-17-001729)  Location:  Waiakea, South Hilo, TMK: 2-2-038:001, Land Area: 2.000 ac., No. of Lots: 2, Size of Lots:  1.000 ac.
5. Subdivider O’HALLORAN 2010 TRUST,  Colleen A. (SUB-17-001730) Location:  Kalamakumu, South Kona, TMK: 8-2-010:037,  Land Area: 3.907 ac., No. of Lots: 2, Size of Lots:  1.309 & 2.598 ac.
6. Subdivider ALDERSON INTER VIVOS TRUST,  Richard/Gari Jellings, et al. (SUB-17- 001731) Location: Kahua, South Hilo, TMK: 2-8- 011:013 & 2-8-015:038, Land Area: 307.796 ac.,  No. of Lots: 5, Size of Lots: 20.329 to 206.095 ac.
7. Subdivider HAWAII ONE1 INVESTORS, LLC (SUB-17-001732) Location: Kapalaalaea 2nd,  North Kona, TMK: 7-7-008:121, Land Area:  11.416 ac., No. of Lots: 66 & 9 Road Lots, Size of Lots: 3.049 sq. ft. to 1.504 ac.
8. Subdivider C & D DEVELOPMENT, LLC/D and J Island Ventures LLC (SUB-17-001733)  Location: Kukio 1st, North Kona, TMK: 7-2- 020:009, 027 & 028, Land Area: 1.666 ac., No. of Lots: 3, Size of Lots: 0.507 to 0.581 ac.
Maps and documents for the above are on file at the County Planning Dept, 101 Pauahi St, Ste 3, Hilo HI 96720 or 74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Hwy, Bldg E 2nd Floor, Kailua-Kona HI 96740 and open to inspections during office hours 7:45am-4:30pm.
MICHAEL YEE, Planning Director

Hawai’i County is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer

(HTH1009527   7/14/17)~


NOTICE

The following Ordinances passed Final Reading at the meeting held by the Council of the City and County of Honolulu on June 7, 2017 and were subsequently approved by the Mayor: 

Ordinance 17-22 [Bill 47 (2016)] - Relating to the Housing Code.
AYES:  Councilmembers Anderson, Elefante, Fukunaga, Kobayashi, Manahan, Martin, Menor, Ozawa, Pine - 9.

Ordinance 17-23 [Bill 68 (2016), CD1] - Relating to admission fees for the Honolulu Zoo.
AYES:  Councilmembers Anderson, Elefante, Manahan, Menor, Pine - 5.
NOES:  Councilmembers Fukunaga, Kobayashi, Martin - 3.
ABSENT: Councilmember Ozawa - 1.

Ordinance 17-24 [Bill 10 (2017), CD1] - To amend Chapter 41, Article 17 of the Revised Ordinances of Honolulu, 1990, relating to motor vehicle weight tax.
AYES:  Councilmembers Anderson, Elefante, Manahan, Menor, Pine - 5.
NOES:  Councilmembers Fukunaga, Kobayashi, Martin, Ozawa - 4.

Ordinance 17-25 [Bill 12 (2017), CD2] - Relating to parking meters.
AYES:  Councilmembers Anderson, Elefante, Manahan, Menor, Pine - 5.
NOES:  Councilmembers Fukunaga, Kobayashi, Martin, Ozawa - 4.

Ordinance 17-26 [Bill 27 (2017)] - Authorizing the issuance and sale of General Obligation Bonds and Bond Anticipation Notes of the City and County of Honolulu in a maximum principal amount equal to the aggregate of the amounts appropriated in the Capital Budget Ordinance of said City and County for the Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2018, and specified in said ordinance to be financed from the proceeds of the sale of such bonds and to be expended from the General Improvement Bond Fund, the Highway Improvement Bond Fund, Solid Waste Improvement Bond Fund, or the Housing Development Special Fund.
AYES:  Councilmembers Anderson, Elefante, Fukunaga, Kobayashi, Manahan, Martin, Menor, Ozawa, Pine - 9.

Ordinance 17-27 [Bill 28 (2017), CD1] - Relating to public transit.
AYES:  Councilmembers Anderson, Elefante, Kobayashi, Manahan, Menor, Ozawa, Pine - 7.
NOES:  Councilmembers Fukunaga, Martin - 2.

Ordinance 17-28 [Bill 30 (2017), CD1] - Relating to erosion, sediment, and pollution control.
AYES:  Councilmembers Anderson, Elefante, Fukunaga, Kobayashi, Manahan, Martin, Menor, Ozawa, Pine - 9.

Ordinance 17-29 [Bill 46 (2017), CD1] - Relating to fees for use of municipal golf courses.
AYES:  Councilmembers Anderson, Elefante, Fukunaga, Kobayashi, Manahan, Martin, Menor, Ozawa, Pine - 9.

Ordinance 17-30 [Bill 47 (2017)] - Amending Ordinance 16-19, relating to incentives for accessory dwelling units production.
AYES:  Councilmembers Anderson, Elefante, Fukunaga, Kobayashi, Manahan, Martin, Menor, Ozawa, Pine - 9.

The following Ordinances passed Final Reading at the meeting held by the Council of the City and County of Honolulu on June 7, 2017 and were returned June 28, 2017, without signature by the Mayor; therefore, pursuant to the City Charter became duly enacted ordinances:

Ordinance 17-31 [Bill 24 (2017), CD2] - Relating to the Legislative Budget for the Fiscal Year July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018.
AYES:  Councilmembers Anderson, Elefante, Fukunaga, Kobayashi, Manahan, Martin, Menor, Ozawa, Pine - 9.

Ordinance 17-32 [Bill 25 (2017), CD2, FD1] - Relating to the Executive Operating Budget and Program for the Fiscal Year July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018.
AYES:  Councilmembers Anderson, Elefante, Fukunaga, Kobayashi, Manahan, Martin, Menor, Ozawa, Pine - 9.

Ordinance 17-33 [Bill 26 (2017), CD2, FD1] - A Relating to the Executive Capital Budget and Program for the Fiscal Year July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018
AYES:  Councilmembers Anderson, Elefante, Fukunaga, Kobayashi, Manahan, Martin, Menor, Ozawa, Pine - 9.

Ordinance 17-34 [Bill 32 (2017)] - Relating to the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation Operating Budget for the Fiscal Year July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018.
AYES:  Councilmembers Anderson, Elefante, Fukunaga, Kobayashi, Manahan, Martin, Menor, Ozawa, Pine - 9.

Ordinance 17-35 [Bill 33 (2017), CD1] - Relating to the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation Capital Budget for the Fiscal Year July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018.
AYES:  Councilmembers Anderson, Elefante, Fukunaga, Manahan, Menor, Ozawa, Pine - 7.
NOES:  Councilmembers Kobayashi, Martin - 2.

Ordinance 17-36 [Bill 34 (2017), CD1] - Authorizing the issuance and sale of General Obligation Bonds and Bond Anticipation Notes of the City and County of Honolulu in a maximum principal amount equal to the aggregate of the amounts appropriated for the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation Capital Budget projects in the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation Capital Budget and Program Ordinance for the Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2018, and specified in said ordinance to be financed from the proceeds of the sale of such bonds and to be expended from the Transit Improvement Bond Fund.
AYES:  Councilmembers Anderson, Elefante, Manahan, Menor, Ozawa, Pine - 6.
NOES:  Councilmembers Fukunaga, Kobayashi, Martin - 3.

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Copies of the foregoing ordinances are available for use and examination by the public during regular business hours at the City Clerk’s office, Room 203, Honolulu Hale and are also available on-line at http://www4.honolulu.gov/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-193.  Should you have any questions, please call 768-5822.

GLEN TAKAHASHI, City Clerk

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NOTICE OF PROPOSED WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PERMIT
KAMEHAMEHA HIGHWAY REHABILITATION,
VICINITY OF KAPUHI STREET TO DAIRY ROAD
KOOLAULOA, ISLAND OF OAHU, HAWAII
NPDES PERMIT NO. HI S000523

DOCKET NO. HI S000523

July 12, 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 Kamehameha Highway Rehabilitation, Vicinity of Kapuhi Street to Dairy Road project site, to receiving State waters, subject to special conditions to:

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (DOT)
HIGHWAYS DIVISION (HWYS)
869 PUNCHBOWL STREET
HONOLULU, HAWAII 96813

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

The project is located along Kamehameha Highway from the vicinity of Kapuhi Street to Dairy Road in the North Shore area on the Island of Oahu (see Application dated June 13, 2017 for specific location).  The scope of work consists of repaving or reconstructing Kamehameha Highway from the vicinity of Kapuhi Steet to Dairy Road.  Construction activities include cold-planing; reconstructing weakened pavement areas; resurfacing; adjusting utility manholes; upgrading existing and installing new guardrails; installing pavement markers, shoulder rumble strips, traffic signs, and traffic counting stations; upgrading and/or installing culvert rails and endposts; repairing a damaged culvert box; and constructing drainage improvements.

The receiving waters are Class A and Class AA, Marine Waters and Class 2, Inland Waters.  Under Hawaii Administrative Rules (HAR), Section 11-54-3, the objective of Class A waters is their use for recreational purposes and aesthetic enjoyment be protected.  Any other use shall be permitted as long as it is compatible with the protection and propagation of fish, shellfish, and wildlife, and with recreation in and on these waters.  These waters shall not act as receiving waters for any discharge which has not received the best degree of treatment or control compatible with the criteria established for this class.  The objective of the Class AA waters is for these waters to remain in their natural pristine state as nearly as possible with an absolute minimum of pollution or alteration of water quality from any human-caused source or actions.  To the extent practicable, the wilderness character of these areas shall be protected.

Other discharges enter into the receiving water classified as Class 2, Inland Waters.  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.  These waters shall not act as receiving waters for any discharge which has not received the best degree of treatment or control compatible with the criteria established for this class.

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, the application 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 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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PUBLIC NOTICE
Notice to Providers of Professional Services

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the State of Hawaii, Department of Transportation-Airports Division, (HDOT-A), the owner and operator of Kahului Airport on the Island of Maui, have jointly issued a Notice to Providers of Professional Services (NPPS) in accordance with Section 103D-304, Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS), to seek the services of qualified architectural, general engineering, or planning firms to provide planning services to assist the FAA and the HDOT-A in preparing the joint Federal/State Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for proposed development at Kahului Airport, as identified in the December 2016 Kahului Airport Master Plan Update. The HDOT-A will contract with a consultant to work on preparing a technically and legally sufficient EIS and assist FAA with required agency consultations in an efficient and cost effective manner.
The selected firm will assess and disclose the potential environmental impacts of proposed Airport construction projects and any reasonable alternatives in a manner that complies with all applicable federal, state, and Maui County laws and regulations, including, but not limited to FAA Advisory Circular 150/5100-14E, Architectural, Engineering, and Planning Consultant Services for Airport Grant Project.
Interested parties must respond by Friday, August 11, 2017. Visit the Hawaii State Procurement Office website at http://spo3.hawaii.gov/notices/notices for detailed information about the Kahului Airport Joint National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and Hawaii Environmental Policy Act (HEPA) Environmental Impact Statement Notice.

FORD N. FUCHIGAMI
Director of Transportation

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Request for Surface Water Quality Data
for the 2018 Integrated Report

Under §303(d) and §305(b) of the Federal Clean Water Act, the State of Hawaii Department of Health (HDOH), Clean Water Branch (CWB) requests water quality data for consideration in the current listing cycle for the 2018 Integrated Report.  Any persons/organizations/agencies that have data and information on the quality of State waters in Hawaii are encouraged to submit these documents.  Documents should include contact information for the person(s), organization(s) or agency responsible for the data collection and be submitted to the HDOH, CWB, no later than November 1, 2017.  Any data received after this date will be considered during the next listing cycle for the 2020 Integrated Report.  Data submittal requirements can be obtained at this link:  https://health.hawaii.gov/cwb/files/2017/06/Data-Submittal-Requirements-for-External-Entities.pdf

Hawaii Department of Health, Clean Water Branch
919 Ala Moana Blvd., Room 301
Honolulu, HI 96814
Ph:  (808) 586-4309 Fax:  (808) 586-4352
.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Linda Rosen, MD, MPH
Director of Health

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AGENDA
LEEWARD PLANNING COMMISSION
COUNTY OF HAWAII

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of the following matters to be considered by the Leeward Planning Commission of the County of Hawaii in accordance with the provisions of Chapters 91 and 92, Hawaii Revised Statutes, Section 6-7.5(a) of the Charter of the County of Hawaii, and the Commission’s Rules of Practice and Procedure.
DATE: Thursday, July 20, 2017
TIME: 9:30 a.m.
PLACE: West Hawaii Civic Center, Community Center, Building   G, 74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Highway, Kailua-Kona,  Hawaii
STATEMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC – Note that statements from the public regarding any particular item on this agenda will be taken at the time the particular item is called to order.
NEW BUSINESS – 9:30 a.m.
1. APPLICANT:  MARTIN M. OHAN TRUST (REZ 17-000219)
Application for a Change of Zone from an Agricultural-5 acre (A-5a) to a Family Agricultural-1 acre (FA-1a) zoning district for approximately 5.966 acres of land.  The parcel is situated south of Hiolani Street, at the end of Lalei Street,  Kalaoa 4th – Ooma 1st, North Kona, Hawaii, TMK: 7-3-005:112.
2. APPLICANT: T & M PROPERTIES, LLC (REZ 17-000220)
Request to amend Condition C (Complete Construction), Condition N (Fair Share Contribution), and add a new condition to allow an administrative time extension, of 1) Ordinance No. 09-049, which amended Ordinance No. 92-036,  which reclassified 5.52 acres of land from Unplanned (U) and Double-Family Residential - 3,750 square feet (RD-3.75) to Multiple-Family Residential -  2,500 square feet (RM-2.5) and Village Commercial – 7,500 square feet (CV- 7.5) and 2) Ordinance No. 09-050, which amended Ordinance No. 86-049,  which reclassified 1.04 acres of land from Multiple Family Residential - 2,000 square feet (RM-2) to Village Commercial - 7,500 square feet (CV-7.5).  The subject property is located along the north and east side of Hualalai Road,  northwest of the Aloha Kona Subdivision, Hienaloli 4th, 5th and 6th, North Kona, Hawaii, TMK:  7-5-010:013 (formerly 7-5-023:064 and 067).
MINUTES
Approval of the Minutes of the June 15, 2017 Leeward Planning Commission meeting.
ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS
CZM/SMA presentation by the Office of Planning.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
ADJOURNMENT
The purpose of the public hearing is to afford all interested persons a reasonable opportunity to be heard on the above matter.
Anyone who requires an auxiliary aid or service, other reasonable modification, or language interpretation to access this meeting, please contact the Planning Department at 961-8288 as soon as possible, but no later than five working days prior to the meeting date, to arrange for accommodations.  "Other reasonable modification" refers to communication methods or devices for people with disabilities who are mentally and/or physically challenged.

Hawaii County is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer

    LEEWARD PLANNING COMMISSION
    Keith F. Unger, Chair

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PUBLIC NOTICE
COUNTY OF HAWAI’I-PLANNING DEPARTMENT
Consolidation & Subdivisions Accepted May 16-31, 2017

In accordance with Section 23-58B of the Subdivision Code, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following applications have been submitted.
Applicant LA’AU LLC (CON-17-000354)
Location: Waimea, South Kohala, TMK: 6-5-002:147 & 161, Land Area: 2.590 ac., No. of Lots: 1
Subdivider TAKATA, Dennis/Elinor H. Yamauchi (SUB-17-001726)  Location: Waiakea, South Hilo, TMK: 2-4-021:039 & 044, Land Area: 47,075 sq. ft., No. of Lots: 2, Size of Lots: 21,958 & 25,118 sq. ft.
Subdivider BAN, Robert K. & Betsy S. (SUB-17-001727)
Location: Kealakekua, South Kona, TMK: 8-2-014:036, Land Area: 4.873 ac.,  No. of Lots: 4, Size of Lots: 1.015 to 1.370 ac.
Subdivider MOSHER, Bruce (SUB-17-001728) Location: Paauilo Homesteads 2nd Series, Hamakua, TMK: 4-3-013:035, Land Area: 10.17 ac.,  No. of Lots: 2, Size of Lots: 5.050 & 5.120 ac.
Maps and documents for the above are on file at the County Planning Dept, 101 Pauahi St, Ste 3, Hilo HI 96720 or 74-5044
Ane Keohokalole Hwy, Bldg E 2nd Floor, Kailua-Kona HI 96740
and open to inspections during office hours 7:45am-4:30pm.
MICHAEL YEE, Planning Director
Hawai’i County is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer
(WHT1005518   6/30/17)

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AGENDA
LEEWARD PLANNING COMMISSION
COUNTY OF HAWAII

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of the following matters to be considered by the Leeward Planning Commission of the County of Hawaii in accordance with the provisions of Chapters 91 and 92, Hawaii Revised Statutes, Section 6-7.5(a) of the Charter of the County of Hawaii, and the Commission’s Rules of Practice and Procedure.
DATE: Thursday, July 20, 2017
TIME: 9:30 a.m.
PLACE: West Hawaii Civic Center, Community Center, Building   G, 74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Highway, Kailua-Kona,  Hawaii
STATEMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC – Note that statements from the public regarding any particular item on this agenda will be taken at the time the particular item is called to order.
NEW BUSINESS – 9:30 a.m.
1. APPLICANT:  MARTIN M. OHAN TRUST (REZ 17-000219)
Application for a Change of Zone from an Agricultural-5 acre (A-5a) to a Family Agricultural-1 acre (FA-1a) zoning district for approximately 5.966 acres of land.  The parcel is situated south of Hiolani Street, at the end of Lalei Street,  Kalaoa 4th – Ooma 1st, North Kona, Hawaii, TMK: 7-3-005:112.
2. APPLICANT: T & M PROPERTIES, LLC (REZ 17-000220)
Request to amend Condition C (Complete Construction), Condition N (Fair Share Contribution), and add a new condition to allow an administrative time extension, of 1) Ordinance No. 09-049, which amended Ordinance No. 92-036,  which reclassified 5.52 acres of land from Unplanned (U) and Double-Family Residential - 3,750 square feet (RD-3.75) to Multiple-Family Residential -  2,500 square feet (RM-2.5) and Village Commercial – 7,500 square feet (CV- 7.5) and 2) Ordinance No. 09-050, which amended Ordinance No. 86-049,  which reclassified 1.04 acres of land from Multiple Family Residential - 2,000 square feet (RM-2) to Village Commercial - 7,500 square feet (CV-7.5).  The subject property is located along the north and east side of Hualalai Road,  northwest of the Aloha Kona Subdivision, Hienaloli 4th, 5th and 6th, North Kona, Hawaii, TMK:  7-5-010:013 (formerly 7-5-023:064 and 067).
MINUTES
Approval of the Minutes of the June 15, 2017 Leeward Planning Commission meeting.
ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS
CZM/SMA presentation by the Office of Planning.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
ADJOURNMENT
The purpose of the public hearing is to afford all interested persons a reasonable opportunity to be heard on the above matter.
Anyone who requires an auxiliary aid or service, other reasonable modification, or language interpretation to access this meeting, please contact the Planning Department at 961-8288 as soon as possible, but no later than five working days prior to the meeting date, to arrange for accommodations.  "Other reasonable modification" refers to communication methods or devices for people with disabilities who are mentally and/or physically challenged.

Hawaii County is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer

    LEEWARD PLANNING COMMISSION
    Keith F. Unger, Chair

(HTH1005500   6/30/17)~


PUBLIC NOTICE
COUNTY OF HAWAI’I-PLANNING DEPARTMENT
Consolidation & Subdivisions Accepted May 16-31, 2017

In accordance with Section 23-58B of the Subdivision Code, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following applications have been submitted.
Applicant LA’AU LLC (CON-17-000354)
Location: Waimea, South Kohala, TMK: 6-5-002:147 & 161, Land Area: 2.590 ac., No. of Lots: 1
Subdivider TAKATA, Dennis/Elinor H. Yamauchi (SUB-17-001726)  Location: Waiakea, South Hilo, TMK: 2-4-021:039 & 044, Land Area: 47,075 sq. ft., No. of Lots: 2, Size of Lots: 21,958 & 25,118 sq. ft.
Subdivider BAN, Robert K. & Betsy S. (SUB-17-001727)
Location: Kealakekua, South Kona, TMK: 8-2-014:036, Land Area: 4.873 ac.,  No. of Lots: 4, Size of Lots: 1.015 to 1.370 ac.
Subdivider MOSHER, Bruce (SUB-17-001728) Location: Paauilo Homesteads 2nd Series, Hamakua, TMK: 4-3-013:035, Land Area: 10.17 ac.,  No. of Lots: 2, Size of Lots: 5.050 & 5.120 ac.
Maps and documents for the above are on file at the County Planning Dept, 101 Pauahi St, Ste 3, Hilo HI 96720 or 74-5044
Ane Keohokalole Hwy, Bldg E 2nd Floor, Kailua-Kona HI 96740
and open to inspections during office hours 7:45am-4:30pm.
MICHAEL YEE, Planning Director
Hawai’i County is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer
(HTH1005485   6/30/17)

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DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
NOTICE OF SOLICITATION OF COMMENTS
STATEWIDETRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (STIP)
REVISION #11
FEDERAL FISCAL YEARS 2015 to 2018 (+2)

The State Department of Transportation is providing an opportunity for the public to submit comments on the proposed STIP Revision #11, an amendment, to the Federal Fiscal Years (FFY) 2015 to 2018 (+2) Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP).  The STIP document identifies projects that are to be programmed for federal Highway or Transit funding.
The purpose of this revision is to address major changes to FHWA and FTA funded projects due to changes in purpose and need, shifts in project schedules, priorities, and significant cost estimate increases or decreases that occurred through the project development process.  Some projects will be added to and others deferred out of the STIP due to these changes. Other scheduling changes or funding restructuring were also necessary to fiscally balance the aforementioned changes.
Proposed STIP Revision #11, new project information, and a list of explanations of the changes reflected in this revision can be found on our DOT STIP website at:  http://hidot.hawaii.gov/highways/revisions-for-2015-2018-2-stip/.
Changes to the Oahu portion of the STIP are concurrently being processed in parallel as Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) revisions by the Oahu Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO).  STIP Revision #11 correlates with     TIP Revisions #17. Please see more information on the TIP process and TIP Revisions at the Oahu MPO website at: http://www.oahumpo.org/plans-and-programs/transportation-improvement-program-tip/
Hard copies of the proposed STIP Revision #11 may be obtained by calling (808) 587-6355, or by using the contact information below.  Comments on STIP Revision #11 will be accepted until July 24, 2017 by mail, fax, or email to: Highway Planning Branch
869 Punchbowl Street, Room 301
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
email:  .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
fax:  (808) 587-1787
Follow the STIP on Twitter and Facebook at:
http://twitter.com/HISTIPnews
http://www.facebook.com/stip.hawaii

(WHT1006472   6/29, 7/13/17)~


DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
NOTICE OF SOLICITATION OF COMMENTS
STATEWIDE TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (STIP)
REVISION #11
FEDERAL FISCAL YEARS 2015 to 2018 (+2)

The State Department of Transportation is providing an opportunity for the public to submit comments on the proposed STIP Revision #11, an amendment, to the Federal Fiscal Years (FFY) 2015 to 2018 (+2) Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP).  The STIP document identifies projects that are to be programmed for federal Highway or Transit funding.
The purpose of this revision is to address major changes to FHWA and FTA funded projects due to changes in purpose and need, shifts in project schedules, priorities, and significant cost estimate increases or decreases that occurred through the project development process.  Some projects will be added to and others deferred out of the STIP due to these changes. Other scheduling changes or funding restructuring were also necessary to fiscally balance the aforementioned changes.
Proposed STIP Revision #11, new project information, and a list of explanations of the changes reflected in this revision can be found on our DOT STIP website at:  http://hidot.hawaii.gov/highways/revisions-for-2015-2018-2-stip/.
Changes to the Oahu portion of the STIP are concurrently being processed in parallel as Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) revisions by the Oahu Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO).  STIP Revision #11 correlates with     TIP Revisions #17. Please see more information on the TIP process and TIP Revisions at the Oahu MPO website at: http://www.oahumpo.org/plans-and-programs/transportation-improvement-program-tip/
Hard copies of the proposed STIP Revision #11 may be obtained by calling (808) 587-6355, or by using the contact information below.  Comments on STIP Revision #11 will be accepted until July 24, 2017 by mail, fax, or email to: Highway Planning Branch
869 Punchbowl Street, Room 301
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
email:  .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
fax:  (808) 587-1787
Follow the STIP on Twitter and Facebook at:
http://twitter.com/HISTIPnews
http://www.facebook.com/stip.hawaii

(HTH1006464   6/29, 7/13/17)~


DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
NOTICE OF SOLICITATION OF COMMENTS
STATEWIDE TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (STIP)
REVISION #11
FEDERAL FISCAL YEARS 2015 to 2018 (+2)

The State Department of Transportation is providing an opportunity for the public to submit comments on the proposed STIP Revision #11, an amendment, to the Federal Fiscal Years (FFY) 2015 to 2018 (+2) Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP).  The STIP document identifies projects that are to be programmed for federal Highway or Transit funding.
The purpose of this revision is to address major changes to FHWA and FTA funded projects due to changes in purpose and need, shifts in project schedules, priorities, and significant cost estimate increases or decreases that occurred through the project development process.  Some projects will be added to and others deferred out of the STIP due to these changes. Other scheduling changes or funding restructuring were also necessary to fiscally balance the aforementioned changes.
Proposed STIP Revision #11, new project information, and a list of explanations of the changes reflected in this revision can be found on our DOT STIP website at:  http://hidot.hawaii.gov/highways/revisions-for-2015-2018-2-stip/.
Changes to the Oahu portion of the STIP are concurrently being processed in parallel as Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) revisions by the Oahu Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO).  STIP Revision #11 correlates with     TIP Revisions #17. Please see more information on the TIP process and TIP Revisions at the Oahu MPO website at: http://www.oahumpo.org/plans-and-programs/transportation-improvement-program-tip/
Hard copies of the proposed STIP Revision #11 may be obtained by calling (808) 587-6355, or by using the contact information below.  Comments on STIP Revision #11 will be accepted until July 24, 2017 by mail, fax, or email to: Highway Planning Branch
869 Punchbowl Street, Room 301
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
email:  .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
fax:  (808) 587-1787
Follow the STIP on Twitter and Facebook at:
http://twitter.com/HISTIPnews
http://www.facebook.com/stip.hawaii

(TGI1006457 6/29, 7/13/17)~


WASTEWATER SYSTEMS

PUBLIC NOTICE OF

VARIANCE APPLICATION NO. WW 469

DOCKET NO. 17 - VWW - 21

Pursuant to Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS) Section 342D-7(i), the State Department of Health (DOH) seeks written comments from interested persons regarding the following. Mr. Norman Sakamoto, Acting Administrator, Land Development Division of the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands (DHHL) has applied for a variance for the maximum of five (5) years as stated in the variance application from Hawaii Administrative Rules (HAR) section 11-62-31.1(a)(1)(B).
Ms. Jobie M.K. Masagatani, Chairman of DHHL is the individual authorized to act for the applicant.  This is a renewal of a variance for the DHHL Subdivision; Kula Residence Lots, Unit 1 located Kula, Maui, 96790, TMKs (2) 2-2-027: 001-154 and 2-2-028: 001 - 178. 
If you would like to review the complete application, please visit the Wastewater
Branch at 919 Ala Moana Blvd. Room 309, Honolulu, Hawaii 96814-4920, or call (808) 586-4294. 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 and related information, please contact Mr. Mark Tomomitsu, supervisor of the Planning & Design Section at the above address or call (808) 586-4294 (voice) at least seven (7) calendar days before the comment deadline.  For those who use a TTY/TDD, please call Sprint Relay Hawaii at 1-711 or 1-877-447-5991. DOH will consider all written comments received within 30 days of this notice. If warranted, DOH may hold a public hearing on the application, after receipt of related documents and written comments, if any.
VIRGINIA PRESSLER, M.D.
Director of Health

(SA1006187   6/29/17)~


Request for Surface Water Quality Data
for the 2018 Integrated Report

Under §303(d) and §305(b) of the Federal CleanWater Act, the State of Hawaii Department of Health (HDOH), Clean Water Branch (CWB) requests water quality data for consideration in the current listing cycle for the 2018 Integrated Report.  Any persons/organizations/agencies that have data and information on the quality of State waters in Hawaii are encouraged to submit these documents.  Documents should include contact information for the person(s), organization(s) or agency responsible for the data collection and be submitted to the HDOH, CWB, no later than November 1, 2017.  Any data received after this date will be considered during the next listing cycle for the 2020 Integrated Report.  Data submittal requirements can be obtained at this link:  https://health.hawaii.gov/cwb/files/2017/06/Data-Submittal-Requirements-for-External-Entities.pdf

Hawaii Department of Health, Clean Water Branch
919 Ala Moana Blvd., Room 301
Honolulu, HI 96814
Ph:  (808) 586-4309 Fax:  (808) 586-4352
.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Linda Rosen, MD, MPH
Director of Health

(WHT1006100   6/29/17)~


Request for Surface Water Quality Data
for the 2018 Integrated Report

Under §303(d) and §305(b) of the Federal Clean Water Act, the State of Hawaii Department of Health (HDOH), Clean Water Branch (CWB) requests water quality data for consideration in the current listing cycle for the 2018 Integrated Report.  Any persons/organizations/agencies that have data and information on the quality of State waters in Hawaii are encouraged to submit these documents.  Documents should include contact information for the person(s), organization(s) or agency responsible for the data collection and be submitted to the HDOH, CWB, no later than November 1, 2017.  Any data received after this date will be considered during the next listing cycle for the 2020 Integrated Report.  Data submittal requirements can be obtained at this link:  https://health.hawaii.gov/cwb/files/2017/06/Data-Submittal-Requirements-for-External-Entities.pdf

Hawaii Department of Health, Clean Water Branch
919 Ala Moana Blvd., Room 301
Honolulu, HI 96814
Ph:  (808) 586-4309 Fax:  (808) 586-4352
.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Linda Rosen, MD, MPH
Director of Health

(HTH1006096   6/29/17)~


Request for Surface Water Quality Data
for the 2018 Integrated Report

Under §303(d) and §305(b) of the Federal Clean Water Act, the State of Hawaii Department of Health (HDOH), Clean Water Branch (CWB) requests water quality data for consideration in the current listing cycle for the 2018 Integrated Report.  Any persons/organizations/agencies that have data and information on the quality of State waters in Hawaii are encouraged to submit these documents.  Documents should include contact information for the person(s), organization(s) or agency responsible for the data collection and be submitted to the HDOH, CWB, no later than November 1, 2017.  Any data received after this date will be considered during the next listing cycle for the 2020 Integrated Report.  Data submittal requirements can be obtained at this link:  https://health.hawaii.gov/cwb/files/2017/06/Data-Submittal-Requirements-for-External-Entities.pdf

Hawaii Department of Health, Clean Water Branch
919 Ala Moana Blvd., Room 301
Honolulu, HI 96814
Ph:  (808) 586-4309 Fax:  (808) 586-4352
.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Linda Rosen, MD, MPH
Director of Health

(TGI1006092   6/29/17)~


    PUBLIC NOTICE
COUNTY OF HAWAI’I-PLANNING DEPARTMENT
Variance Applications Accepted June 1-15, 2017

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Director will be taking action on the following applications:
*  Deadline to submit written public comments
** Tentative date of Director’s decision
1. Owner: Elizabeth Lynn Anderson (VAR-17-000
430) fr Chap 25, Zoning, Sec 25-5-76 Min. Yds, Sec
25-4-44(a) Permitted Projections into Yards/Open Space (Encroach SW front & NE side yard setback)
on 29,062sf at 18-4040 Mauna Loa Dr, Puna, TMK:
1-8-061:032.  *Jul 20, 2017   **Jul 21-Aug 14, 2017
Maps/documents are on file & open for inspection during office hours 7:45am-4:30pm at the HI County Planning Dept, 101 Pauahi St, Ste 3, Hilo or 74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Hwy, Bldg E, 2nd Floor, Kailua-Kona.
By: MICHAEL YEE, Planning Director
HI County is an Equal Opportunity Provider & Employer

(WHT1006086   6/29/17)~


DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
NOTICE OF SOLICITATION OF COMMENTS
STATEWIDE TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (STIP)
REVISION #11
FEDERAL FISCAL YEARS 2015 to 2018 (+2)

The State Department of Transportation is providing an opportunity for the public to submit comments on the proposed STIP Revision #11, an amendment, to the Federal Fiscal Years (FFY) 2015 to 2018 (+2) Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP).  The STIP document identifies projects that are to be programmed for federal Highway or Transit funding.
The purpose of this revision is to address major changes to FHWA and FTA funded projects due to changes in purpose and need, shifts in project schedules, priorities, and significant cost estimate increases or decreases that occurred through the project development process.  Some projects will be added to and others deferred out of the STIP due to these changes. Other scheduling changes or funding restructuring were also necessary to fiscally balance the aforementioned changes.
Proposed STIP Revision #11, new project information, and a list of explanations of the changes reflected in this revision can be found on our DOT STIP website at:  http://hidot.hawaii.gov/highways/revisions-for-2015-2018-2-stip/.
Changes to the Oahu portion of the STIP are concurrently being processed in parallel as Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) revisions by the Oahu Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO).  STIP Revision #11 correlates with     TIP Revisions #17. Please see more information on the TIP process and TIP Revisions at the Oahu MPO website at: http://www.oahumpo.org/plans-and-programs/transportation-improvement-program-tip/
Hard copies of the proposed STIP Revision #11 may be obtained by calling (808) 587-6355, or by using the contact information below.  Comments on STIP Revision #11 will be accepted until July 24, 2017 by mail, fax, or email to: Highway Planning Branch
869 Punchbowl Street, Room 301
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
email:  .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
fax:  (808) 587-1787
Follow the STIP on Twitter and Facebook at:
http://twitter.com/HISTIPnews
http://www.facebook.com/stip.hawaii

(SA1005911   6/29, 7/13/17)~


Public Notice
State Health Planning and Development Agency
Certificate of Need

The Agency has received certificate of need application#17-02 for standard review from Malama Ola Health Services LLC for the establishment of a Medicare certified hospice agency at 500 Ala Moana Blvd., Suite 7-400, Honolulu, HI, at a capital cost of $169,383. Application reviews are scheduled as follows:
July 7, 2017, Oahuwide Certificate of Need Review Committee, 10:00 a.m., State Office Tower (Leiopapa) Building, 235 South Beretania Street, Room 204, Honolulu, HI;
July 20, 2017, Certificate of Need Review Panel, 10:00 a.m., State Office Tower (Leiopapa) Building, 235 South Beretania Street, Room 204, Honolulu, HI;
July 27, 2017, Statewide Health Coordinating Council, 1:00 p.m., State Office Tower (Leiopapa) Building, 235 South Beretania Street, Room 204, Honolulu, HI. Please write to the Agency if you wish to present testimony at 1177 Alakea Street, Room 402, Honolulu, HI 96813. If you have special needs due to disability, please contact the Agency at (808) 587-0788 (voice) or (808) 587-0854 (TTY) or (808) 587-0783 (fax).

(SA1005639   6/29/17)~


Request for Surface Water Quality Data
for the 2018 Integrated Report

Under §303(d) and §305(b) of the Federal Clean Water Act, the State of Hawaii Department of Health (HDOH), Clean Water Branch (CWB) requests water quality data for consideration in the current listing cycle for the 2018 Integrated Report.  Any persons/organizations/agencies that have data and information on the quality of State waters in Hawaii are encouraged to submit these documents.  Documents should include contact information for the person(s), organization(s) or agency responsible for the data collection and be submitted to the HDOH, CWB, no later than November 1, 2017.  Any data received after this date will be considered during the next listing cycle for the 2020 Integrated Report.  Data submittal requirements can be obtained at this link:  https://health.hawaii.gov/cwb/files/2017/06/Data-Submittal-Requirements-for-External-Entities.pdf

Hawaii Department of Health, Clean Water Branch
919 Ala Moana Blvd., Room 301
Honolulu, HI 96814
Ph:  (808) 586-4309 Fax:  (808) 586-4352
.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Linda Rosen, MD, MPH
Director of Health

(SA1005536   6/29/17)~


    PUBLIC NOTICE
COUNTY OF HAWAI’I-PLANNING DEPARTMENT
Variance Applications Accepted June 1-15, 2017

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Director will be taking action on the following applications:
*  Deadline to submit written public comments
** Tentative date of Director’s decision
1. Owner: Elizabeth Lynn Anderson (VAR-17-000
430) fr Chap 25, Zoning, Sec 25-5-76 Min. Yds, Sec
25-4-44(a) Permitted Projections into Yards/Open Space (Encroach SW front & NE side yard setback)
on 29,062sf at 18-4040 Mauna Loa Dr, Puna, TMK:
1-8-061:032.  *Jul 20, 2017   **Jul 21-Aug 14, 2017
Maps/documents are on file & open for inspection during office hours 7:45am-4:30pm at the HI County Planning Dept, 101 Pauahi St, Ste 3, Hilo or 74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Hwy, Bldg E, 2nd Floor, Kailua-Kona.
By: MICHAEL YEE, Planning Director
HI County is an Equal Opportunity Provider & Employer

(HTH1005509   6/29/17)~


NOTICE OF ELECTION FOR A SEAT ON THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE EMPLOYEES’ RETIREMENT SYSTEM OF THE STATE OF HAWAII

An election will be conducted for one seat on the Board of Trustees of the Employees’ Retirement System of the State of Hawaii (the Retirement System), pursuant to Section 88-24, Hawaii Revised Statutes, and Chapter 6-24, Hawaii Administrative Rules. The one seat is for a general employee. The term for the seat is for six years, beginning January 2, 2018.

GENERAL EMPLOYEE

A general employee is any member of the Retirement System who is classified as a general employee. The term "general employee" includes police officers and firefighters but does not include teachers, educational officers, or faculty and instructors of the University of Hawaii. A general employee organization is an organization classified as an employee organization under Section 89-2, Hawaii Revised Statues, comprised principally of members who are general employees.

NOMINATIONS

Candidates for the general employee seat may be proposed by general employee organizations. Lists of proposed candidates submitted by general employee organizations or by employee organizations should be submitted with the resume of the qualifications of each candidate. The resume of each candidate may not contain more than one hundred words, including the name of the candidate.

A general employee who has not been proposed as a candidate by a general employee organization or by an employee organization, as applicable, may have his or her name placed on the ballot by submitting a petition complying with section 6-24-3, Hawaii Administrative Rules, the Board of Trustees, together with a resume of the qualifications of the candidate. The resume may not contain more than one hundred words, including the name of the candidate.

DEADLINE FOR NOMINATIONS

List of candidates proposed by general employee organizations or by employee organizations, with resumes of the candidates, and the petition of any other candidate, with the candidate’s resume must be received by the Retirement System at its Honolulu office no later than 4:30 p.m. on August 18, 2017.

Copies of the election rules and the petition form may be obtained from the Employees’ Retirement System of the State of Hawaii, 201 Merchant Street, Suite 1400, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813.

(TGI1004501     6/26/17)~


NOTICE OF ELECTION FOR A SEAT ON THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE EMPLOYEES’ RETIREMENT SYSTEM OF THE STATE OF HAWAII

An election will be conducted for one seat on the Board of Trustees of the Employees’ Retirement System of the State of Hawaii (the Retirement System), pursuant to Section 88-24, Hawaii Revised Statutes, and Chapter 6-24, Hawaii Administrative Rules. The one seat is for a general employee. The term for the seat is for six years, beginning January 2, 2018.

GENERAL EMPLOYEE

A general employee is any member of the Retirement System who is classified as a general employee. The term "general employee" includes police officers and firefighters but does not include teachers, educational officers, or faculty and instructors of the University of Hawaii. A general employee organization is an organization classified as an employee organization under Section 89-2, Hawaii Revised Statues, comprised principally of members who are general employees.

NOMINATIONS

Candidates for the general employee seat may be proposed by general employee organizations. Lists of proposed candidates submitted by general employee organizations or by employee organizations should be submitted with the resume of the qualifications of each candidate. The resume of each candidate may not contain more than one hundred words, including the name of the candidate.

A general employee who has not been proposed as a candidate by a general employee organization or by an employee organization, as applicable, may have his or her name placed on the ballot by submitting a petition complying with section 6-24-3, Hawaii Administrative Rules, the Board of Trustees, together with a resume of the qualifications of the candidate. The resume may not contain more than one hundred words, including the name of the candidate.

DEADLINE FOR NOMINATIONS

List of candidates proposed by general employee organizations or by employee organizations, with resumes of the candidates, and the petition of any other candidate, with the candidate’s resume must be received by the Retirement System at its Honolulu office no later than 4:30 p.m. on August 18, 2017.

Copies of the election rules and the petition form may be obtained from the Employees’ Retirement System of the State of Hawaii, 201 Merchant Street, Suite 1400, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813.

(WHT1004500     6/26/17)~


NOTICE OF ELECTION FOR A SEAT ON THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE EMPLOYEES’ RETIREMENT SYSTEM OF THE STATE OF HAWAII

An election will be conducted for one seat on the Board of Trustees of the Employees’ Retirement System of the State of Hawaii (the Retirement System), pursuant to Section 88-24, Hawaii Revised Statutes, and Chapter 6-24, Hawaii Administrative Rules. The one seat is for a general employee. The term for the seat is for six years, beginning January 2, 2018.

GENERAL EMPLOYEE

A general employee is any member of the Retirement System who is classified as a general employee. The term "general employee" includes police officers and firefighters but does not include teachers, educational officers, or faculty and instructors of the University of Hawaii. A general employee organization is an organization classified as an employee organization under Section 89-2, Hawaii Revised Statues, comprised principally of members who are general employees.

NOMINATIONS

Candidates for the general employee seat may be proposed by general employee organizations. Lists of proposed candidates submitted by general employee organizations or by employee organizations should be submitted with the resume of the qualifications of each candidate. The resume of each candidate may not contain more than one hundred words, including the name of the candidate.

A general employee who has not been proposed as a candidate by a general employee organization or by an employee organization, as applicable, may have his or her name placed on the ballot by submitting a petition complying with section 6-24-3, Hawaii Administrative Rules, the Board of Trustees, together with a resume of the qualifications of the candidate. The resume may not contain more than one hundred words, including the name of the candidate.

DEADLINE FOR NOMINATIONS

List of candidates proposed by general employee organizations or by employee organizations, with resumes of the candidates, and the petition of any other candidate, with the candidate’s resume must be received by the Retirement System at its Honolulu office no later than 4:30 p.m. on August 18, 2017.

Copies of the election rules and the petition form may be obtained from the Employees’ Retirement System of the State of Hawaii, 201 Merchant Street, Suite 1400, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813.

(HTH1004495     6/26/17)~


NOTICE OF ELECTION FOR A SEAT ON THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE EMPLOYEES’ RETIREMENT SYSTEM OF THE STATE OF HAWAII

An election will be conducted for one seat on the Board of Trustees of the Employees’ Retirement System of the State of Hawaii (the Retirement System), pursuant to Section 88-24, Hawaii Revised Statutes, and Chapter 6-24, Hawaii Administrative Rules. The one seat is for a general employee. The term for the seat is for six years, beginning January 2, 2018.

GENERAL EMPLOYEE

A general employee is any member of the Retirement System who is classified as a general employee. The term "general employee" includes police officers and firefighters but does not include teachers, educational officers, or faculty and instructors of the University of Hawaii. A general employee organization is an organization classified as an employee organization under Section 89-2, Hawaii Revised Statues, comprised principally of members who are general employees.

NOMINATIONS

Candidates for the general employee seat may be proposed by general employee organizations. Lists of proposed candidates submitted by general employee organizations or by employee organizations should be submitted with the resume of the qualifications of each candidate. The resume of each candidate may not contain more than one hundred words, including the name of the candidate.

A general employee who has not been proposed as a candidate by a general employee organization or by an employee organization, as applicable, may have his or her name placed on the ballot by submitting a petition complying with section 6-24-3, Hawaii Administrative Rules, the Board of Trustees, together with a resume of the qualifications of the candidate. The resume may not contain more than one hundred words, including the name of the candidate.

DEADLINE FOR NOMINATIONS

List of candidates proposed by general employee organizations or by employee organizations, with resumes of the candidates, and the petition of any other candidate, with the candidate’s resume must be received by the Retirement System at its Honolulu office no later than 4:30 p.m. on August 18,2017.

Copies of the election rules and the petition form may be obtained from the Employees’ Retirement System of the State of Hawaii, 201 Merchant Street, Suite 1400, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813.

(SA1004471     6/26/17)~


PUBLIC NOTICE
DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS
HAWAIIAN HOMES COMMISSION
STATE OF HAWAII

TO
HANALEI M. TERLEP

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that THE HAWAIIAN HOMES COMMISSION "Commission" has scheduled a Contested Case Hearing pursuant to Chapter 91, HRS, regarding your alleged lease violation for Residential Lease No. 12166, Lot No. 1FB, situate at Kaumana and Ponahawai, South Hilo, Island of Hawai’i, Hawaii, having a TMK:  3-2-5-005:132, in violation of §§ 208 (3) and 210 of the Hawaiian Homes Commission Act.  You are alleged to be in violation of your lease for failing to use an occupy your Lot.

The hearing will be for the Commission to determine whether to adopt the Hearings Officer’s finding of Fact, Conclusions of Law, and Recommended Order dated September 23, 2016 to cancel your lease.

YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to appear before the Hawaiian Homes Commission at the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, 91-5420 Kapolei Parkway, Hale Pono’i, Kapolei, Oahu, Hawaii on Tuesday, July 18, 2017 at 1:00 o’clock p.m., of said day.  If you fail to appear, judgment by default may be taken against you for the relief demanded in the complaint and your lease may be recommended for cancellation and reaward.

You may retain counsel to represent you or appear on your behalf or obtain representation pursuant to §91-9, HRS and §10-5-4, HAR

Dated:  Honolulu, Hawaii, June 20, 2017
____________________________
Jobie M. K. Masagatani, Chairman
Hawaiian Homes Commission

(HTH1004428   6/26, 7/3/17)~


PUBLIC NOTICE
DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS
HAWAIIAN HOMES COMMISSION
STATE OF HAWAII

TO
HANALEI M. TERLEP

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that THE HAWAIIAN HOMES COMMISSION "Commission" has scheduled a Contested Case Hearing pursuant to Chapter 91, HRS, regarding your alleged lease violation for Residential Lease No. 12166, Lot No. 1FB, situate at Kaumana and Ponahawai, South Hilo, Island of Hawai’i, Hawaii, having a TMK:  3-2-5-005:132, in violation of §§ 208 (3) and 210 of the Hawaiian Homes Commission Act.  You are alleged to be in violation of your lease for failing to use an occupy your Lot.

The hearing will be for the Commission to determine whether to adopt the Hearings Officer’s finding of Fact, Conclusions of Law, and Recommended Order dated September 23, 2016 to cancel your lease.

YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to appear before the Hawaiian Homes Commission at the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, 91-5420 Kapolei Parkway, Hale Pono’i, Kapolei, Oahu, Hawaii on Tuesday, July 18, 2017 at 1:00 o’clock p.m., of said day.  If you fail to appear, judgment by default may be taken against you for the relief demanded in the complaint and your lease may be recommended for cancellation and reaward.

You may retain counsel to represent you or appear on your behalf or obtain representation pursuant to §91-9, HRS and §10-5-4, HAR

Dated:  Honolulu, Hawaii, June 20, 2017
____________________________
Jobie M. K. Masagatani, Chairman
Hawaiian Homes Commission

(SA1004416   6/26, 7/3/17)~


PUBLIC NOTICE

BILL NO. 2645, DRAFT 1
ORDINANCE NO. B-2017-821
A BILL FOR AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE OPERATING BUDGET AND FINANCING THEREOF FOR THE FISCAL YEAR JULY 1, 2017 TO JUNE 30, 2018 (Fiscal Year 2017-2018 Operating Budget)

CERTIFICATE OF THE COUNTY CLERK

I hereby certify that Bill No. 2645, Draft 1, was adopted on second and final reading by the Council of the County of Kaua’i at its meeting held on May 31, 2017, by the following vote:

FOR ADOPTION: Brun, Chock, Kagawa, Kaneshiro,
  Kawakami, Yukimura, Rapozo             TOTAL - 7*,
AGAINST ADOPTION:    None               TOTAL - 0,
EXCUSED & NOT VOTING:  None               TOTAL - 0,
RECUSED & NOT VOTING: None               TOTAL - 0.
 
and pursuant to Section 4.03 of the Kaua’i County Charter, said bill is in effect as of June 16, 2017, as Ordinance No. B-2017-821 without the mayor’s signature.

*Pursuant to Rule No. 5(b) of the Rules of the Council of the County of Kaua’i, Councilmember Kagawa and Councilmember Yukimura were noted as silent, but shall be recorded as an affirmative vote for the motion.

Lihu’e, Hawai’i   /s/ Jade K. Fountain-Tanigawa
June 16, 2017 County Clerk, County of Kaua’i

(TGI1002976     6/23/17)~


PUBLIC NOTICE

BILL NO. 2646, DRAFT 1
ORDINANCE NO. B-2017-822
A BILL FOR AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS AND FINANCING THEREOF FOR THE FISCAL YEAR JULY 1, 2017 TO JUNE 30, 2018 (Fiscal Year 2017-2018 CIP Budget)

CERTIFICATE OF THE COUNTY CLERK

I hereby certify that Bill No. 2646, Draft 1, was adopted on second and final reading by the Council of the County of Kaua’i at its meeting held on May 31, 2017, by the following vote:

FOR ADOPTION: Brun, Chock, Kagawa, Kaneshiro,
  Kawakami, Yukimura, Rapozo             TOTAL - 7*,
AGAINST ADOPTION:    None               TOTAL - 0,
EXCUSED & NOT VOTING:  None                             TOTAL - 0,
RECUSED & NOT VOTING: None               TOTAL - 0.

approved by the Mayor on June 7, 2017, and now has the effect of law as Ordinance No. B-2017-822.

*Pursuant to Rule No. 5(b) of the Rules of the Council of the County of Kaua’i, Councilmember Kagawa was noted as silent, but shall be recorded as an affirmative vote for the motion.

Lihu’e, Hawai’i   /s/ Jade K. Fountain-Tanigawa
June 8, 2017   County Clerk, County of Kaua’i

(TGI1002968   6/23/17)~


PUBLIC NOTICE

Pursuant to Section 42F-107, HRS, notification is being made that the following grants have not been released as of March 31, 2017:

Act 124/16, OPERATING:
Adult Friends for Youth     200,000
Aloha Medical Mission
($150,744 of $158,678 grant was released)      7,934
Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii
($95,000 of $100,000 grant was released)      5,000
Child and Family Service     100,000
Empower Oahu     200,000
Friends of Challenger Center Hawaii, Inc.    100,000
Friends of Kona Pacific Public Charter School
($162,450 of $171,000 grant was released)      8,550
Grow Some Good       65,814
Guide Dogs of Hawaii     300,000
Hamakua Youth Foundation
($38,000 of $40,000 grant was released)      2,000
Hawaii Agricultural Foundation     100,000
Hawaii County Economic Opportunity Council   200,000
Hawaii County Economic Opportunity Council     217,435
Hawaii Farm Bureau Federation     400,000
Hawaii Floriculture and Nursery Association     300,000
Hawaii Institute for Public Affairs
($332,500 of $350,000 grant was released)    17,500
Hawaii Pops Orchestra     100,000
Hawaii Wildfire Management Organization     158,000
Honolulu Biennial Foundation   250,000
Ho’opulapula Haraguchi Rice Mill     247,000
Hui Malama Learning Center     300,000
Impact Hub Honolulu     350,000
KAMP Hawaii Inc.
($71,250 of $75,000 grant was released)      3,750
Kauai Economic Opportunity, Incorporated     33,500
Ke Ola Mamo                     93,000
Keep the Hawaiian Islands Beautiful     175,200
Kona Historical Society     150,000
Ko’olauloa Community Health and Wellness Center   100,000
Kumano I Ke Ala o Makaweli
($95,000 of $100,000 grant was released)      5,000
La’i’opua 2020     199,843
Malama Pono Health Services
($190,000 of $200,000 grant was released)    10,000
Maui High School Band Booster Club     10,000
Nisei Veterans Legacy Center     150,000
Pacific Historic Parks     200,000
Pana’ewea Community Alliance     150,000
Papakolea Community Development Corporation   114,650
Parents and Children Together     181,428
Waikiki Community Center, Inc.      75,000
Women Helping Women     246,550

Act 124/16, CIP:
Aha Hui E Kala     500,000
Blood Bank of Hawaii                 1,726,000
Boy Scouts of America, Aloha Council                 1,000,000
Friends of Waipahu Cultural Garden Park     200,000
Hamakua Health Center     250,000
Hawaii Heritage Center     300,000
Hawaii Island Community Development Corporation   300,000
Hawaii Island Portuguese Chamber of Commerce               1,000,000
Hawaii Korean Cultural Center                 1,000,000
Hawaii Professional Firefighters Foundation     95,000
Holualoa Foundation for Art & Culture     35,000
Homestead Community Development     600,000
Honolulu Academy of Arts     500,000
Ho’oulu Lahui     535,000
J. Walter Cameron Center, Inc.    600,000
Kailapa Community Association                 1,000,000
Kalamaula Homesteaders Association                 1,300,000
Kaupo Community Association, Inc.    975,000
Kuakini Medical Center     800,000
Kupu         750,000
Lai’i’opua 2020                 1,000,000
Lanakila Pacific     115,000
Lyman House Memorial Museum     500,000
Mental Health Kokua       50,000
Molokai Homestead Farmers Alliance               1,700,000
Na Kama Kai     175,000
Na Leo Kakoo o Oahu, Inc.      269,000
Panaewa Community Alliance                 1,000,000
Poi Dogs & Popoki     190,000
Project Vision Hawaii     160,000
Special Olympics Hawaii, Inc.    700,000
The 442nd Veterans Club     150,000
The Filipino Community Center, Inc.      50,000
Wahiawa Center for Community Health     700,000
Waimanalo Health Center                 1,000,000
Whitmore Economic Development Group     55,000

Act 119/15, CIP:
Bikeshare Hawaii. Oahu     100,000
Goodwill Industries of Hawaii, Inc., Oahu               1,000,000
Hana Health, Hawaii     500,000
Honolulu Academy of Arts, Oahu               1,500,000
Kauai Economic Opportunity, Incorporated, Kauai   514,000
Maui Youth and Family Services, Inc., Maui   525,000
Pacific American Foundation Hawaii, Inc., Oahu               1,500,000
St. Francis Healthcare Foundation of Hawaii, Oahu   500,000
The Filipino Community Center, Inc., Oahu     50,000

Director of Finance

(TGI1003686     6/22/17)~


PUBLIC NOTICE

Pursuant to Section 42F-107, HRS, notification is being made that the following grants have not been released as of March 31, 2017:

Act 124/16, OPERATING:
Adult Friends for Youth     200,000
Aloha Medical Mission
($150,744 of $158,678 grant was released)      7,934
Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii
($95,000 of $100,000 grant was released)      5,000
Child and Family Service     100,000
Empower Oahu     200,000
Friends of Challenger Center Hawaii, Inc.    100,000
Friends of Kona Pacific Public Charter School
($162,450 of $171,000 grant was released)      8,550
Grow Some Good       65,814
Guide Dogs of Hawaii     300,000
Hamakua Youth Foundation
($38,000 of $40,000 grant was released)      2,000
Hawaii Agricultural Foundation     100,000
Hawaii County Economic Opportunity Council   200,000
Hawaii County Economic Opportunity Council     217,435
Hawaii Farm Bureau Federation     400,000
Hawaii Floriculture and Nursery Association     300,000
Hawaii Institute for Public Affairs
($332,500 of $350,000 grant was released)    17,500
Hawaii Pops Orchestra     100,000
Hawaii Wildfire Management Organization     158,000
Honolulu Biennial Foundation   250,000
Ho’opulapula Haraguchi Rice Mill     247,000
Hui Malama Learning Center     300,000
Impact Hub Honolulu     350,000
KAMP Hawaii Inc.
($71,250 of $75,000 grant was released)      3,750
Kauai Economic Opportunity, Incorporated     33,500
Ke Ola Mamo                     93,000
Keep the Hawaiian Islands Beautiful     175,200
Kona Historical Society     150,000
Ko’olauloa Community Health and Wellness Center   100,000
Kumano I Ke Ala o Makaweli
($95,000 of $100,000 grant was released)      5,000
La’i’opua 2020     199,843
Malama Pono Health Services
($190,000 of $200,000 grant was released)    10,000
Maui High School Band Booster Club     10,000
Nisei Veterans Legacy Center     150,000
Pacific Historic Parks     200,000
Pana’ewea Community Alliance     150,000
Papakolea Community Development Corporation   114,650
Parents and Children Together     181,428
Waikiki Community Center, Inc.      75,000
Women Helping Women     246,550

Act 124/16, CIP:
Aha Hui E Kala     500,000
Blood Bank of Hawaii                 1,726,000
Boy Scouts of America, Aloha Council                 1,000,000
Friends of Waipahu Cultural Garden Park     200,000
Hamakua Health Center     250,000
Hawaii Heritage Center     300,000
Hawaii Island Community Development Corporation   300,000
Hawaii Island Portuguese Chamber of Commerce               1,000,000
Hawaii Korean Cultural Center                 1,000,000
Hawaii Professional Firefighters Foundation     95,000
Holualoa Foundation for Art & Culture     35,000
Homestead Community Development     600,000
Honolulu Academy of Arts     500,000
Ho’oulu Lahui     535,000
J. Walter Cameron Center, Inc.    600,000
Kailapa Community Association                 1,000,000
Kalamaula Homesteaders Association                 1,300,000
Kaupo Community Association, Inc.    975,000
Kuakini Medical Center     800,000
Kupu         750,000
Lai’i’opua 2020                 1,000,000
Lanakila Pacific     115,000
Lyman House Memorial Museum     500,000
Mental Health Kokua       50,000
Molokai Homestead Farmers Alliance               1,700,000
Na Kama Kai     175,000
Na Leo Kakoo o Oahu, Inc.      269,000
Panaewa Community Alliance                 1,000,000
Poi Dogs & Popoki     190,000
Project Vision Hawaii     160,000
Special Olympics Hawaii, Inc.    700,000
The 442nd Veterans Club     150,000
The Filipino Community Center, Inc.      50,000
Wahiawa Center for Community Health     700,000
Waimanalo Health Center                 1,000,000
Whitmore Economic Development Group     55,000

Act 119/15, CIP:
Bikeshare Hawaii. Oahu     100,000
Goodwill Industries of Hawaii, Inc., Oahu               1,000,000
Hana Health, Hawaii     500,000
Honolulu Academy of Arts, Oahu               1,500,000
Kauai Economic Opportunity, Incorporated, Kauai   514,000
Maui Youth and Family Services, Inc., Maui   525,000
Pacific American Foundation Hawaii, Inc., Oahu               1,500,000
St. Francis Healthcare Foundation of Hawaii, Oahu   500,000
The Filipino Community Center, Inc., Oahu     50,000

Director of Finance

(WHT1003684     6/22/17)~


PUBLIC NOTICE

Pursuant to Section 42F-107, HRS, notification is being made that the following grants have not been released as of March 31, 2017:

Act 124/16, OPERATING:
Adult Friends for Youth     200,000
Aloha Medical Mission
($150,744 of $158,678 grant was released)      7,934
Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii
($95,000 of $100,000 grant was released)      5,000
Child and Family Service     100,000
Empower Oahu     200,000
Friends of Challenger Center Hawaii, Inc.    100,000
Friends of Kona Pacific Public Charter School
($162,450 of $171,000 grant was released)      8,550
Grow Some Good       65,814
Guide Dogs of Hawaii     300,000
Hamakua Youth Foundation
($38,000 of $40,000 grant was released)      2,000
Hawaii Agricultural Foundation     100,000
Hawaii County Economic Opportunity Council   200,000
Hawaii County Economic Opportunity Council     217,435
Hawaii Farm Bureau Federation     400,000
Hawaii Floriculture and Nursery Association     300,000
Hawaii Institute for Public Affairs
($332,500 of $350,000 grant was released)    17,500
Hawaii Pops Orchestra     100,000
Hawaii Wildfire Management Organization     158,000
Honolulu Biennial Foundation   250,000
Ho’opulapula Haraguchi Rice Mill     247,000
Hui Malama Learning Center     300,000
Impact Hub Honolulu     350,000
KAMP Hawaii Inc.
($71,250 of $75,000 grant was released)      3,750
Kauai Economic Opportunity, Incorporated     33,500
Ke Ola Mamo                     93,000
Keep the Hawaiian Islands Beautiful     175,200
Kona Historical Society     150,000
Ko’olauloa Community Health and Wellness Center   100,000
Kumano I Ke Ala o Makaweli
($95,000 of $100,000 grant was released)      5,000
La’i’opua 2020     199,843
Malama Pono Health Services
($190,000 of $200,000 grant was released)    10,000
Maui High School Band Booster Club     10,000
Nisei Veterans Legacy Center     150,000
Pacific Historic Parks     200,000
Pana’ewea Community Alliance     150,000
Papakolea Community Development Corporation   114,650
Parents and Children Together     181,428
Waikiki Community Center, Inc.      75,000
Women Helping Women     246,550

Act 124/16, CIP:
Aha Hui E Kala     500,000
Blood Bank of Hawaii                 1,726,000
Boy Scouts of America, Aloha Council                 1,000,000
Friends of Waipahu Cultural Garden Park     200,000
Hamakua Health Center     250,000
Hawaii Heritage Center     300,000
Hawaii Island Community Development Corporation   300,000
Hawaii Island Portuguese Chamber of Commerce               1,000,000
Hawaii Korean Cultural Center                 1,000,000
Hawaii Professional Firefighters Foundation     95,000
Holualoa Foundation for Art & Culture     35,000
Homestead Community Development     600,000
Honolulu Academy of Arts     500,000
Ho’oulu Lahui     535,000
J. Walter Cameron Center, Inc.    600,000
Kailapa Community Association                 1,000,000
Kalamaula Homesteaders Association                 1,300,000
Kaupo Community Association, Inc.    975,000
Kuakini Medical Center     800,000
Kupu         750,000
Lai’i’opua 2020                 1,000,000
Lanakila Pacific     115,000
Lyman House Memorial Museum     500,000
Mental Health Kokua       50,000
Molokai Homestead Farmers Alliance               1,700,000
Na Kama Kai     175,000
Na Leo Kakoo o Oahu, Inc.      269,000
Panaewa Community Alliance                 1,000,000
Poi Dogs & Popoki     190,000
Project Vision Hawaii     160,000
Special Olympics Hawaii, Inc.    700,000
The 442nd Veterans Club     150,000
The Filipino Community Center, Inc.      50,000
Wahiawa Center for Community Health     700,000
Waimanalo Health Center                 1,000,000
Whitmore Economic Development Group     55,000

Act 119/15, CIP:
Bikeshare Hawaii. Oahu     100,000
Goodwill Industries of Hawaii, Inc., Oahu               1,000,000
Hana Health, Hawaii     500,000
Honolulu Academy of Arts, Oahu               1,500,000
Kauai Economic Opportunity, Incorporated, Kauai   514,000
Maui Youth and Family Services, Inc., Maui   525,000
Pacific American Foundation Hawaii, Inc., Oahu               1,500,000
St. Francis Healthcare Foundation of Hawaii, Oahu   500,000
The Filipino Community Center, Inc., Oahu     50,000

Director of Finance

(HTH1003680     6/22/17)~


PUBLIC NOTICE

Pursuant to Section 42F-107, HRS, notification is being made that the following grants have not been released as of March 31, 2017:

Act 124/16, OPERATING:
Adult Friends for Youth     200,000
Aloha Medical Mission
($150,744 of $158,678 grant was released)      7,934
Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii
($95,000 of $100,000 grant was released)      5,000
Child and Family Service     100,000
Empower Oahu     200,000
Friends of Challenger Center Hawaii, Inc.    100,000
Friends of Kona Pacific Public Charter School
($162,450 of $171,000 grant was released)      8,550
Grow Some Good       65,814
Guide Dogs of Hawaii     300,000
Hamakua Youth Foundation
($38,000 of $40,000 grant was released)      2,000
Hawaii Agricultural Foundation     100,000
Hawaii County Economic Opportunity Council   200,000
Hawaii County Economic Opportunity Council     217,435
Hawaii Farm Bureau Federation     400,000
Hawaii Floriculture and Nursery Association     300,000
Hawaii Institute for Public Affairs
($332,500 of $350,000 grant was released)    17,500
Hawaii Pops Orchestra     100,000
Hawaii Wildfire Management Organization     158,000
Honolulu Biennial Foundation   250,000
Ho’opulapula Haraguchi Rice Mill     247,000
Hui Malama Learning Center     300,000
Impact Hub Honolulu     350,000
KAMP Hawaii Inc.
($71,250 of $75,000 grant was released)      3,750
Kauai Economic Opportunity, Incorporated     33,500
Ke Ola Mamo                     93,000
Keep the Hawaiian Islands Beautiful     175,200
Kona Historical Society     150,000
Ko’olauloa Community Health and Wellness Center   100,000
Kumano I Ke Ala o Makaweli
($95,000 of $100,000 grant was released)      5,000
La’i’opua 2020     199,843
Malama Pono Health Services
($190,000 of $200,000 grant was released)    10,000
Maui High School Band Booster Club     10,000
Nisei Veterans Legacy Center     150,000
Pacific Historic Parks     200,000
Pana’ewea Community Alliance     150,000
Papakolea Community Development Corporation   114,650
Parents and Children Together     181,428
Waikiki Community Center, Inc.      75,000
Women Helping Women     246,550

Act 124/16, CIP:
Aha Hui E Kala     500,000
Blood Bank of Hawaii                 1,726,000
Boy Scouts of America, Aloha Council                 1,000,000
Friends of Waipahu Cultural Garden Park     200,000
Hamakua Health Center     250,000
Hawaii Heritage Center     300,000
Hawaii Island Community Development Corporation   300,000
Hawaii Island Portuguese Chamber of Commerce               1,000,000
Hawaii Korean Cultural Center                 1,000,000
Hawaii Professional Firefighters Foundation     95,000
Holualoa Foundation for Art & Culture     35,000
Homestead Community Development     600,000
Honolulu Academy of Arts     500,000
Ho’oulu Lahui     535,000
J. Walter Cameron Center, Inc.    600,000
Kailapa Community Association                 1,000,000
Kalamaula Homesteaders Association                 1,300,000
Kaupo Community Association, Inc.    975,000
Kuakini Medical Center     800,000
Kupu         750,000
Lai’i’opua 2020                 1,000,000
Lanakila Pacific     115,000
Lyman House Memorial Museum     500,000
Mental Health Kokua       50,000
Molokai Homestead Farmers Alliance               1,700,000
Na Kama Kai     175,000
Na Leo Kakoo o Oahu, Inc.      269,000
Panaewa Community Alliance                 1,000,000
Poi Dogs & Popoki     190,000
Project Vision Hawaii     160,000
Special Olympics Hawaii, Inc.    700,000
The 442nd Veterans Club     150,000
The Filipino Community Center, Inc.      50,000
Wahiawa Center for Community Health     700,000
Waimanalo Health Center                 1,000,000
Whitmore Economic Development Group     55,000

Act 119/15, CIP:
Bikeshare Hawaii. Oahu     100,000
Goodwill Industries of Hawaii, Inc., Oahu               1,000,000
Hana Health, Hawaii     500,000
Honolulu Academy of Arts, Oahu               1,500,000
Kauai Economic Opportunity, Incorporated, Kauai   514,000
Maui Youth and Family Services, Inc., Maui   525,000
Pacific American Foundation Hawaii, Inc., Oahu               1,500,000
St. Francis Healthcare Foundation of Hawaii, Oahu   500,000
The Filipino Community Center, Inc., Oahu     50,000

Director of Finance

(SA1003241     6/22/17)~


NOTICE

The following Ordinance was returned vetoed by the Mayor and upon reconsideration by the Council of the City and County of Honolulu at a meeting held on June 7, 2017 passed Final Reading, the Mayor’s veto to the contrary notwithstanding; therefore, pursuant to the City Charter became a duly enacted ordinance:

Ordinance 17-21 [Bill 23 (2017)] - Relating to city parks and recreational facilities.
AYES:  Councilmembers Anderson*, Fukunaga, Kobayashi, Martin, Menor,  Ozawa - 6.
NOES:  Councilmembers Elefante, Manahan, Pine - 3.
Effective: June 7, 2017

*Voted Aye with Reservations

* * * * * *

Copies of the foregoing ordinance are available for use and examination           by the public during regular business hours at the City Clerk’s office,            Room 203, Honolulu Hale and are also available on-line at http://www4.honolulu.gov/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-193. Should you have any questions, please call 768-5822. 

GLEN TAKAHASHI, City Clerk

(SA1003287   6/21/17)~


NOTICE OF AMENDMENT TO PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD FOR THE DOCUMENT TITLED
"HAWAII BEACH MONITORING PROGRAM
"

The Hawaii Department of Health conducts monitoring of beaches to determine water quality under the Clean Water Act (CWA) BEACH Program. The Department requests public comment on the document titled "Hawaii Beach Monitoring Program" which specifies how the Department proposes to comply with the CWA. The document is available to the public at http://health.hawaii.gov/cwb/site-map/clean-water-branch-home-page/public-notices-and-updates/. The document is also available for public review, Monday through Friday between 7:45 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., at the Clean Water Branch (CWB), Department of Health, 919 Ala Moana Blvd., Room 301. The District Health Offices (DHOs) on Hawaii, Kauai and Maui will also have this document available for public review:

Hawaii DHO, 1582 Kamehameha Ave., Hilo, HI 96720, (808) 933-0401
Kealakekua Health Office, 79-7595 Haukapila St., Rm. 109, Kealakekua, HI 96750, (808) 322-1967
Kauai DHO, 3040 Umi St., Lihue, HI 96766, (808) 241-3322
Maui DHO, 54 High St., Rm. 300, Wailuku, HI 96793, (808) 984-8230

For a copy of the document, contact the CWB at (808) 586-4309, send an email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), fax a request to (808) 586-4352, or mail a request to the CWB address below.

The DOH has added a public informational meeting on Hawaii (Kona) from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM at the West Hawaii Civic Center Building B, 74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Hwy on July 12, 2017.

The DOH has also extended the comment period. All comments must be transmitted in writing, no later than September 1, 2017, to Alec Wong, Clean Water Branch, Department of Health, 919 Ala Moana Blvd., Rm. 301, Honolulu, HI 96814.


Virginia Pressler, M.D.
Director of Health

(MW1001809   6/21/17)~


PUBLIC NOTICE
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG), HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIPS (HOME), EMERGENCY SOLUTIONS
GRANTS (ESG) AND HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES FOR PERSONS WITH AIDS (HOPWA) PROGRAMS
In accordance with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) requirements regarding the City and County of Honolulu’s Consolidated
Plan, the City and County of Honolulu hereby provides a list of proposed projects for the City’s Twenty-Third (23rd) Year Action Plan for Fiscal Year 2018
(July 1, 2017 – June 30, 2018). The City’s 5-Year Consolidated Plan identifies housing and community development needs and a long-range strategic
plan to meet those needs. The annual Action Plan details the activities the City will undertake in the upcoming year to address the needs identified
in the Consolidated Plan. The proposed projects in this the City’s Twenty-Third (23rd) Year Action Plan are as follows:
PROJECT TITLE & DESCRIPTION PROPOSED
AMOUNT
CDBG PUBLIC SERVICE (PS) PROJECTS
Adult Friends for Youth – Restorative Stewardship Project. Support services $148,242
for homeless youth, age 10 – 25 years old, in Downtown Honolulu. Located at
3375 Koapaka Street, Suite B290, Honolulu, HI 96819.
Dept. of Community Services – Work Readiness Program for People $320,000
Experiencing Homelessness. Support services for individuals and families
experiencing or at risk for homelessness. Services island-wide.
Domestic Violence Action Center – Safe on Scene (SOS) Program. $229,046
Support services for victims of domestic violence and their children. Services island-wide.
Educational Services Hawaii Foundation – EPIC Start. Vocational exploration $18,931
and training for young adults, age 8 – 25 years old, formerly or currently in foster
or kinship care. Services island-wide.
Family Promise of Hawaii – Housing Placement for Homeless Families with $105,500
Children. Support services for homeless families with children. Located at
245 N. Kukui Street, Honolulu, HI96819 and 69 N. Kainalu Drive, Kailua, HI 96734.
Hawaiian Community Assets, Inc. – Increasing the Financial Capacity of $67,641
Homeless Families to Securing Housing, First. Housing and financial counseling to
persons/families experiencing or at-risk of homelessness. Services island-wide.
Parents and Children Together (PACT) – Family Peace Center Survivor and $237,139
Children’s Services. Comprehensive crisis response care and support for victims
of domestic violence and their children. Services island-wide.
CDBG PS PROJECTS TOTAL $1,126,499
CDBG PS ALTERNATE PROJECTS
Gregory House Programs – Housing and Supportive Services for Persons $250,000
with HIV/AIDS. Housing assistance and supportive services for persons with HIV/AIDS.
Located at 200 N. Vineyard Boulevard, #A310, Honolulu, HI 96817.
Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement (CNHA) - Micro Enterprise $82,544
Assistance Program. Increased economic development opportunities for low- and
moderate-income persons. Located at 2149 Lauwiliwili Street, Kapolei, HI 96707
CDBG PS PROJECTS TOTAL $332,544
CDBG NON-PS (OTHER) PROJECTS
Dept. of Budget and Fiscal Services – Federal Grants Unit. $641,546
Administration of the City’s HUD funded programs.
Dept. of Budget and Fiscal Services – Fiscal Support. $93,864
Fiscal support for the administration of HUD-funded programs.
Dept. of Community Services – Community-Based Development Division & $826,758
Community Assistance Division. Administrative support of the Community-Based
Development and Community Assistance Divisions.
Easter Seals Hawaii – Makiki Service Center Capital Improvements, Phase I $408,500
Renovation of Easter Seal’s service center for individuals with intellectual disabilities.
Located at 710 Green Street, Honolulu, HI 96813.
Feeding Hawaii Together - Alleviating Hawaii’s Hunger and Food Insecurity $3,515,800
through a Permanent Home. Acquisition of a warehouse to be used as a food
distribution center for low- and moderate-income households. Located at
2522 Rose Street, Honolulu, HI 96819.
Honolulu Fire Dept. – Waianae Engine Apparatus. Acquisition of an engine $768,500
apparatus for the Waianae Fire Station. Located at 85-645 Farrington Highway,
Waianae, HI 96792.
Honolulu Fire Dept. – McCully-Moiliili Engine Apparatus. Acquisition of $429,371
an engine apparatus for the McCully-Moiliili Fire Station. Located at
2425 Date Street, Honolulu, HI 96826.
CDBG other PROJECTS TOTAL $6,684,339
CDBG OTHER ALTERNATE PROJECTS
Honolulu Fire Dept. – McCully-Moiliili Engine Apparatus. Acquisition of $339,129
an engine apparatus for the McCully-Moiliili Fire Station. Located at
2425 Date Street, Honolulu, HI 96826.
Honolulu Fire Dept. – Nanakuli Engine Apparatus. Acquisition of an engine apparatus $768,500
for the Nanakuli Fire Station. Located at 89-334 Nanakuli Avenue, Nanakuli, HI 96792.
Honolulu Fire Dept. – Kuakini Engine Apparatus. Acquisition of an engine $768,500
apparatus for the Kuakini Fire Station. Located at 601 North Kuakini Street,
Honolulu, HI 96817.
Honolulu Fire Dept. – Kalihi Kai Quint Apparatus. Acquisition of a quint $950,000
apparatus for the Kalihi Kai Fire Station. Located at 1334 N. Nimitz Highway,
Honolulu, HI 96817.
Honolulu Fire Dept. – Wahiawa Engine Apparatus. Acquisition of an engine $768,500
apparatus for the Wahiawa Fire Station. Located at 640 California Avenue,
Wahiawa, HI 96786.
CDBG OTHER PROJECTS TOTAL $3,594,629
HOME PROJECTS
ALEA Bridge - The Wahiawa HoM Resource and Navigation Center. $753,368
Rental assistance services to eligible low-income persons. Services island-wide.
Dept. of Budget and Fiscal Services – Federal Grants Unit. $55,774
Administration and coordination of the City’s HOME program.
Dept. of Community Services – Downpayment Loan Program. Financial $610,000
assistance to low-income homebuyers. Services island-wide.
PROJECT TITLE & DESCRIPTION PROPOSED
AMOUNT
Dept. of Community Services – Housing First Rental Assistance $1,200,000
Program. Provision of grant funds to provide Housing First rental assistance
services to eligible low-income persons. Services island-wide.
Dept. of Community Services – Tenant Based Rental Assistance (TBRA) Program $229,464
– Program Administration. Administration and coordination of the TBRA program.
Dept. of Community Services – Tenant Based Rental Assistance (TBRA) Program $600,000
Rental assistance services to eligible low-income persons. Services island-wide.
Gregory House Programs – Acquisition. Acquisition of two (2) $556,051
buildings to be occupied by eligible low-income households. Location
suppressed.
Honolulu Habitat for Humanity – Building Homes for Low- Income Families. $936,000
Demolition and re-construction of four (4) homes currently occupied by low income
families. Located at 922 Austin Lane C-1, Honolulu, HI 96817.
IHS, The Institute for Human Services, Inc. – Clean and Sober Transitions Out $411,722
Of Homelessness 2018. Rental assistance services to eligible low-income persons.
Services island-wide.
HOME PROJECTS TOTAL $5,352,379
HOME ALTERNATE PROJECTS
Gregory House Programs – Acquisition. Acquisition of two (2) $4,147,118
buildings to be occupied by eligible low-income households. Location
suppressed.
HOME ALTERNATE PROJECTS TOTAL $4,147,118
HOPWA PROJECTS
Dept. of Community Services – Program Administration. $13,193
Administration of the City’s HOPWA program.
Gregory House Programs. Long- and short-term financial assistance and $354,051
housing supportive services to persons with HIV/AIDS. Located at
200 N. Vineyard Boulevard, #A310, Honolulu, HI 96817.
Life Foundation. Supportive services for persons with HIV/AIDS. $72,517
Located at 677 Ala Moana Boulevard, Honolulu, HI 96813.
HOPWA PROJECTS TOTAL $439,761
ESG AND MATCH PROJECTS
Catholic Charities Hawaii – Maililand Transitional Shelter. Transitional $53,550
shelter operations for homeless families. Located at 87-190/191 Maliona Street,
Waianae, HI 96792.
Child and Family Service – Domestic Abuse Shelters. Transitional and $22,750
emergency shelter operations for victims of domestic violence. Locations suppressed.
Dept. of Community Services – Program Administration. $50,000
Administration of the City’s ESG program.
Homeless Management Information System (HMIS). $30,000
Maintenance and management of HMIS.
Family Promise of Hawaii – Housing Placement for Homeless Families with $14,116
Children. Emergency shelter operations for homeless families with children.
Located at 245 N. Kukui Street, Honolulu, HI 96819.
Gregory House Programs – Emergency Solutions Program. Financial $200,000
assistance and housing relocation and stabilization services for persons who are
homeless (rapid re-housing) and at-risk of homelessness (homelessness prevention).
Located at 200 N Vineyard Boulevard, #A310, Honolulu, HI 96817.
Hale Kipa – Emergency Shelters for Youth. Essential services for homeless $45,050
youth. Located at 1828 Makuahine Street, Honolulu, HI 96819 and 91-1259 Renton Road,
Ewa Beach, Honolulu, HI 96706.
IHS, The Institute for Human Services, Inc. – Sumner Street Emergency $184,000
Shelter. Emergency shelter operations for homeless men. Located at 350 Sumner Street,
Honolulu, HI 96817.
IHS, The Institute for Human Services, Inc. – Rapid Re-Housing. $100,000
Financial assistance and housing relocation and stabilization services for persons
who are homeless (rapid re-housing). Located at 916 Ka’amahu Place, #A, Honolulu, HI 96817.
Kalihi-Palama Health Center – Emergency Relief Program. Financial $200,000
assistance and housing relocation and stabilization services for persons who are
homeless (rapid re-housing) and at-risk of homelessness (homelessness prevention).
Located at 904 Kohou Street, #307, Honolulu, HI 96817.
Parents and Children Together – Ohia Domestic Violence Shelter. $100,543
Emergency shelter operations and rapid re-housing assistance for victims of
domestic violence. Location suppressed.
United States Veterans Initiative –Homeless Assistance Program. $175,375
Emergency shelter operations and rapid re-housing assistance for veterans
who are homeless. Located at 85-638 Farrington Highway, Waianae, HI 96792,
Building 37 Shangrila Street, Kapolei, HI 96707, 91-1200 Keaunui Drive, #21,
Ewa Beach, HI 96706, 2343 Amokemoke Street, Pearl City, HI 96782, and
1175 Hookahi Street, Pearl City, HI 96782.
Women in Need – Ala I Ka Kupaa. Emergency shelter operations and $124,616
homelessness prevention assistance for homeless individuals and families.
Located at 99-159 Puakala Street, Aiea, HI 96701, 86-914 Pukui Place, Waianae,
HI 96792, and 98-939 Moanalua Road, Aiea, HI 96701.
ESG AND MATCH PROJECTS TOTAL $1,300,000
The public is advised that the City and County of Honolulu may incur preaward costs under the CDBG and HOME programs that will not exceed 25% of the current
CDBG and HOME allocations. CDBG and HOME funds will be used to reimburse the City when funds become available, subject to sufficient funding from the HUD.
Should funds not be available, the City will cover the costs or future funding for CDBG and HOME projects will be reduced.
In addition, the City has prepared a list of alternate projects for the CDBG and HOME programs, listed above, that will be funded in the event that selected projects
cannot be implemented. The City may permit their funding in the subsequent fiscal year if there are insufficient funds in the current year. For the ESG and HOPWA
programs, if excess/unspent funds become available, funds will be reallocated among the agencies listed, provided that the agency is performing satisfactorily and
has the ability to expend the funds in a timely manner.
All interested parties are invited to attend and provide testimony at the City Council meetings.
The proposed projects and allocations listed in this Notice are current as of June 19, 2017. Interested parties may submit written comments prior to July 5, 2017
to Holly Kawano, Department of Budget and Fiscal Services, 530 South King Street, Room 208, Honolulu, HI 96813.
All comments received by the deadline will be taken under advisement in the preparation of the City’s Final Twenty-Third (23rd) Year Action Plan.
Copies of the Proposed Twenty-Third (23rd) Year Action Plan projects are available for public review at the Municipal Reference Center, 558 South King Street, by
calling 768-3765 or email at: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) and on the City’s website at http://www.honolulu.gov/cms-bfs-menu/site-bfs-sitearticles/408-federal-grants.
html. Upon approval of the City’s Final Twenty-Third (23rd) Year Action Plan by the City Council, the Plan will be submitted to HUD no later than August 15, 2017.
Nelson H. Koyanagi, Jr., Director
Department of Budget and Fiscal Services
By order of KIRK CALDWELL, MAYOR
City and County of Honolulu

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