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NOTICE OF PROPOSED WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PERMIT
FOR THE KAILUA ROAD PERMANENT ROCKFALL AND LANDSLIDE
MITIGATION, PROJECT NO. 61D-02-06
ISLAND OF OAHU, HAWAII

NPDES PERMIT NO. HI S000096

06-CW-PW-30

September 21, 2006

The State Department of Health (“DOH”), tentatively proposes to issue a National   Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (“NPDES”) permit to discharge storm water runoff from the Kailua Road Permanent Rockfall and Landslide Mitigation, Project No. 61D-02-06 (“Project”) to receiving State Waters, subject to special conditions to:

STATE OF HAWAII
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, HIGHWAYS DIVISION
869 PUNCHBOWL STREET
HONOLULU, HAWAII 96813-5097

The proposed draft permit will expire on December 1, 2010.

The State of Hawaii, Department of Transportation, Highways Division is planning   emergency rockfall and landslide mitigation/protection measures for the slope adjacent to the Kailua-bound lane of Kailua Road, between MP 10.24 and 10.60, Kailua,    Hawaii. The purpose of this project is to substantially reduce rockfall and landslide hazards for drivers and pedestrians by removing and mitigating hazardous conditions on the slope. Multiple debris flows, landslides, and rockfalls occurred at the project site due to persistent rains and flooding in March and April of 2006, causing the closure of the right-hand Kailua-bound lane.

Proposed repairs include installation of approximately 165,000 square feet (sq. ft.) of cable net and structural mesh that would blanket the lower portion of the slope;  construction of a 346 linear foot (LF) catchment ditch to contain rockfall; construction of a 613 LF interceptor trench to divert surface water on the slope; construction of a 560 LF rockfall protection fence; demolition or stabilization of unstable boulders with either rock bolt anchors or a localized cable net system; and installation of a 24-inch drain pipe to divert storm water from the interceptor trench to a storm drain.

Storm water run-off associated with construction activities from the Project is     permitted to discharge to the following discharge points after implementation of Best Management Practices: Kawainui Marsh, Class 1, Inland Waters, Latitude 21°23’22” N and Longitude 157°44’54” W, Kawainui Marsh, Class 1, Inland Waters, Latitude 21°23’25” N and Longitude 157°44’52” W, Unnamed Stream, Class 1, Inland Waters, Latitude 21°23’35” N and Longitude 157°44’44” W.

The discharge points are classified by the DOH as Class 1, Inland Waters. The     objective of Class 1 waters is for these waters to remain in their natural pristine state as nearly as possible with an absolute minimum of pollution from any human-caused source. To the extent possible, the wilderness character of these areas shall be     protected.

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 days after the date of this notice, either in person or by mail, to:

Office Address: Mailing Address:

Clean Water Branch Clean Water Branch
Environmental Management Division Environmental Management Division
State Department of Health State Department of Health
919 Ala Moana Boulevard, Room 301 P.O. Box 3378
Honolulu, HI 96814-4920 Honolulu, HI 96801-3378

Copies of the proposed draft permit, and other information are available for public inspection, Monday through Friday (excluding holidays) from 7:45 a.m. until 4:15 p.m., at the DOH office address shown above. Copies may be bought. The draft           permit and fact sheet are also available on the internet at http://www.state.hi.us/doh/ eh/cwb/pubntcs/index.html.  For more information or if you have special needs due to disability that will aid you in inspecting and/or commenting on the draft permit and   related information, please contact Mr. Alec Wong, Supervisor of the Engineering   Section, Clean Water Branch, at the above address or (808) 586-4309 (Voice) at least seven (7) 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 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 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.

Chiyome Leinaala Fukino, M.D.
(SB05524866 9/21/06) Director of Health


NOTICE OF ANTICIPATED VACANCY
IN JUDICIAL OFFICE

The Judicial Selection Commission, State of Hawaii, announces that it is accepting the submission of names for an anticipated vacancy in the office of Chief Judge, Intermediate Court of Appeals, State of Hawaii. This   ancitipated vacancy will occur upon the retirement of the current Chief Judge as mandated by the Constitution of the State of Hawaii, Article VI, section 3, which requires that state judges retire “upon attaining the age of seventy years.” Voters will decide in the November 7, 2006 election   whether to amend the Hawaii Constitution by repealing the mandatory requirement age for state court judges. If the constitutional amendment passes, the existing Chief Judge will not need to retire and no vacancy will exist.

The names of qualified individuals may be submitted by an interested person, including an applicant for the judicial office referred to in this     notice.

The Constitution provides that the Governor shall fill a vacancy in the   Intermediate Court of Appeals by appointing a person from a list of not less than four nominees presented by the Commission. The Constitution requires that persons selected by the Commission be residents and citizens of the State of Hawaii and of the United States and have been licensed to practice law by the Hawaii Supreme Court for a period of not less than ten years preceding nomination. All names submitted to the Commission will be kept confidential by the Commission and should be delivered by mail to the   following address not later than October 16, 2006.

Melvin Chiba, Chair
Judicial Selection Commission
State of Hawaii / 417 South King Street / Honolulu, HI 96813
(SB05524574 9/18, 9/20, 9/22/06)


NOTICE

The COUNCIL OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU at its meeting held on September 6, 2006, passed the   following bills on Second Reading by the following votes:

Bill 61 (2006) – Leasing of Property Acquired by Eminent Domain Proceedings - The purpose of this bill is to clarify when a lease for real property acquired by eminent     domain proceedings may be renewed or extended for more than one year. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. – 8. 
EXCUSED: Councilmember Garcia. – 1. 

Bill 62 (2006), CD1 – Taxicab Fare Rates – The purpose of this bill is to:  1) revise the basis upon which taxicab fare rates are reviewed and set by the city; and 2) require that taxicab fare rates be reviewed more frequently. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. – 8. 
EXCUSED: Councilmember Garcia. – 1. 

Bill 63 (2006) – Improvement District No. 276, Kailua Road Sewers – The purpose of this bill is to provide for the cost of improvements in “Improvement District   Number 276, Kailua Road Sewers, Kailua, Koolaupoko, Oahu, Hawaii, Job No. W01-05,” and fixing the portions of the cost to be assessed against the benefited     properties and against the owners or lessees thereof   respectively, and imposing a lien against each lot or   parcel of land assessed according to the respective     assessments. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. – 8. 
EXCUSED: Councilmember Garcia. – 1. 

Bill 64 (2006), CD1 – Parking of Vehicles – The purpose of this bill is to authorize the police department and the department of customer services to remove within 24 hours such vehicles left within 500 feet of any school once the vehicle is determined to be abandoned or   derelict. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. – 8. 
EXCUSED: Councilmember Garcia. – 1. 

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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.  Bills are also available on-line at http://www4.honolulu. gov/docushare/dsweb/HomePage. Should you have any questions, please call 523-4480. 

(SB05524621 9/16/06) DENISE C. DE COSTA, City Clerk


PUBLIC NOTICE
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) AND
EMERGENCY SHELTER GRANTS (ESG) PROGRAMS

Pursuant to the City and County of Honolulu’s Citizen Participation Plan for the CDBG and ESG programs, the following is provided for your information. The project location is being corrected for the following Fiscal Year 2007 project:

Project Title and Description: ESGP 06 – Housing Solutions - Vancouver
Provision of grant funds for operating expenses and essential services related to the Vancouver facility, a transitional shelter.
Eligibility and National Objective Citation: Elig: 570.201(e) NO: 570.208(a)(2)
Activity Code: 03T
Funding Source: CDBG and ESG
Phase: Other
Proposed Amount: $24,000 ($18,000 CDBG, $6,000 ESG)
Location: 2019 Vancouver Drive, Honolulu
Proposed Accomplishment: Supports programs for homeless persons.
Subrecipient: Housing Solutions

Interested parties may submit written comments prior to October 16, 2006 by       addressing correspondence to:

Holly Kawano, Federal Grants Coordinator Mary Patricia Waterhouse, Director
Department of Budget and Fiscal Services Department of Budget and Fiscal Services
530 South King Street, Room 208 By order of MUFI HANNEMANN, MAYOR
Honolulu, HI 96813 City and County of Honolulu
(SB05524748 9/15/06)


DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS
Land Development Division

The Department of Hawaiian Home Lands (DHHL) anticipates the need for professional services for Landscape Architect services for DHHL CIP and Non-CIP projects for FY 2006-2007.

Landscape Architect as defined in this notice shall be, but not limited to:

a. originating and developing plans;
b. reviewing plans prepared by others to see that they are in conformance with good principles of land- scape design and with agency standards and poli- cies, and if needed, making recommendations for improvement of the plan;
c. developing and maintaining standards for land- scape architectural procedures, methods and tech- niques;
d. supervising landscape construction; (this supervi- sion is in the nature of inspection of construction to see that it conforms to landscape architectural plans.); and
e. planning, supervising, inspecting and advising on maintenance work including restoration of land areas as necessitated by deterioration from age or heavy use and rehabilitation of sites requiring addi- tional landscape design for the expansion of exiting facilities; and assisting management in the opera- tion of projects where landscape architectural
qualities are involved.

If you are interested in providing professional services for Landscape Architecture, please submit the following:

1. Letter of Interest for Landscape Architecture;
2. Architect-Engineers Standard Form 330 (6/2004); and
3. Promotional or descriptive literature of your firm (optional).

Facsimiles will not be accepted. All documents shall be submitted by 4:00 p.m., Monday, September 25, 2006, to the DHHL’s Land Development Division. Please address your submittal to:

Department of Hawaiian Home Lands
Land Development Division
Attention: Connie Kita
P. O. Box 1879
Honolulu, Hawaii 96805   (SB03510109 9/15/06)


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

These Notices shall satisfy two separate but related procedural requirements for     activities to be undertaken by the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands.

REQUEST FOR RELEASE OF FUNDS

On or about September 25, 2006, the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands (DHHL) will submit a request to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for the release of Native Hawaiian Housing Block Grant funds under Title VIII of the Native American Housing Assistance and Self Determination Act of 1996, as amended, to   undertake a project known as Village 4, Villages of Laiopua.  The project is a 62.1-acre subdivision on Hawaiian Home Lands at Kealakehe, Kailua-Kona, North Kona, Hawaii, which will consist of 240 single-family residential parcels with lot sizes ranging from 6,000 to around 9,800 square feet or so.  An adjoining 5-acre parcel will be set aside for future development of a neighborhood park.  The proposed request for release of funds will consist of $1.5 million for mass-grading and related work, $2.9 million for infrastructure construction, $1.2 million for house construction loans or down-payment assistance grants, and $0.5 million for self-help technical assistance to construct 48 houses – a total of $6.1 million.

FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT

DHHL has determined that the project will have no significant impact on the human   environment. Therefore, an Environmental Impact Statement under the National       Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of 1969 is not required. Additional project information is contained in the Environmental Review Record (ERR) on file at the DHHL Land     Development Division at 1099 Alakea Street, Suite 1230, in Honolulu and may be   examined or copied weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

PUBLIC COMMENTS

Any individual, group, or agency disagreeing with this determination or wishing to   comment on the project may submit written comments to DHHL. All comments received by September 22, 2006, will be considered by DHHL prior to submission of a request for release of funds. Comments should specify which Notice they are addressing.    Comments shall be addressed to Chairman, Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, P.O. Box 1879, Honolulu, HI 96805.

RELEASE OF FUNDS

DHHL certifies to HUD that Micah A. Kane, in his capacity as Chairman of the Hawaiian Homes Commission, consents to accept the jurisdiction of the federal courts if an     action is brought to enforce responsibilities in relation to the environmental review   process and that these responsibilities have been satisfied.  HUD’s acceptance of the certification satisfies its responsibilities under NEPA and allows DHHL to use program funds.

OBJECTIONS TO RELEASE OF FUNDS

HUD will accept objections to its release of funds and DHHL’s certification for a period of 15 days following the anticipated submission date or its actual receipt of the request (whichever is later) only if it is on one of the following bases:  (a) the certification was not executed by the Certifying Officer of DHHL; (b) DHHL has omitted a step or failed to make a decision or finding required by HUD regulations at 24 CFR Part 58; (c) the grant recipient has incurred costs not authorized by 24 CFR Part 58 before approval of a     release of funds by HUD; or (d) another federal agency acting pursuant to 40 CFR Part 1504 has submitted a written finding that the project is unsatisfactory from the   standpoint of environmental quality.  Objections must be prepared and submitted in accordance with the required procedures (24 CFR Part 58) and shall be addressed to HUD’s Hawaii State Office at 500 Ala Moana Boulevard, Suite 3A, Honolulu, HI 96813.  Potential objectors should contact HUD to verify the actual last day of the objection   period.

Micah A. Kane, Chairman
Hawaiian Homes Commission (SB05524717 9/15/06)


PROCLAMATION

JERRY COFFEE, Republican Party candidate for U.S. Senator withdrew on August 31, 2006 for reasons of ill health.

Given that the ballots have been printed, notice of his withdrawal shall be prominently posted at the       appropriate polling places on Primary Election day.

If, but for JERRY COFFEE’s withdrawal, he would have been nominated pursuant to Hawaii Revised Statutes Section 12-41(a), a vacancy shall exist in the party’s nomination for the following general election to be filled in the manner provided by law under Hawaii Revised Statutes Section 11-118(b).

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

DONE at the Office of Elections, in Pearl City, State of Hawaii, this 1st day of September, 2006.

DWAYNE D. YOSHINA
Chief Election Officer, State of Hawaii
(SB05524692 9/15/06)


PROCLAMATION

Pursuant to Section 11-41, Hawaii Revised Statutes, notice is hereby given that the Boards of Registration of all Islands shall sit in the offices of the County Clerks of their respective counties, from 7:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., Saturday, September 23, 2006, for the purpose of considering complaints and appeals relative to the eligibility to vote or the registration of voters for the 2006 Primary Election. The Boards shall also sit at such other times as the clerk determines within the various representative districts in their respective counties to hear appeals, provided there are any, from the voters     registered within such districts.  The boards shall continue their sittings until all appeals have been heard.

Robert Arthurs Patrick Childs
Member, Board of Registration Member, Board of Registration
Island of Hawaii Islands of Kauai and Niihau

Carol M. Jung Carolyn S. Pompilio
Member, Board of Registration Member, Board of Registration
Island of Hawaii Islands of Kauai and Niihau

Beverly Jean Withington Daniel Kawamura
Member, Board of Registration Member, Board of Registration
Island of Hawaii Islands of Kauai and Niihau

Andrew M. Hirose Lisa Keala Carter
Member, Board of Registration Member, Board of Registration
Islands of Maui, Molokai, Lanai and Kahoolawe Island of Oahu

Thomas A. Hughes, III Roberta Chong Kee
Member, Board of Registration Member, Board of Registration
Islands of Maui, Molokai, Lanai & Kahoolawe Island of Oahu

Stephen J. Pfister Maureen K. Muraoka
Member, Board of Registration Member, Board of Registration
Islands of Maui, Molokai, Lanai and Kahoolawe Island of Oahu

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

DONE at the Office of Elections, in Pearl City, State of Hawaii, this 1st day of September, 2006.

ALL BY: DWAYNE D. YOSHINA
Chief Election Officer
(SB05524691 9/15/06) State of Hawaii


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG),
HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIPS (HOME),
EMERGENCY SHELTER GRANTS (ESG) AND HOUSING
OPPORTUNITIES FOR PERSONS WITH AIDS (HOPWA) PROGRAMS

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing will be held on September 27, 2006 by the City and County of Honolulu for the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME), Emergency Shelter Grants (ESG), and Housing Opportunities for Persons With Aids (HOPWA) Programs. The hearing will provide     interested persons with the opportunity to submit statements and supporting testimony on the community development and housing needs to be considered in the           development of the City’s Action Plan and to review program performance based on the City’s accomplishments for the most recently completed fiscal year. The annual     performance report and City’s accomplishments for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2006 will be submitted to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development on September 29, 2006. Copies of the draft annual performance report and City’s       accomplishments, known as the City’s Final Annual Community Assessment Report Program Year 2004, will be available on September 14, 2006 for public review at the Municipal Reference Library, City Hall Annex, 558 South King Street, Honolulu.

Testimony covering the Action Plan and the City’s annual performance report will be   taken separately. Persons desiring to submit statements or testimony may register at the hearing site. Speakers will be limited to five (5) minutes in their oral presentation in order to provide everyone with a reasonable opportunity to speak. All speakers must submit five (5) written copies of their testimony. Persons unable to attend the public hearing may file their statements and testimonies regarding the Action Plan and the City’s annual performance report by close of business (4:30 p.m.) on September 28, 2006.

Correspondence should be addressed to Holly Kawano, Federal Grants Coordinator,  Department of Budget and Fiscal Services, 530 South King Street, Room 208, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813.

The Public Hearing will be held on:
September 27, 2006 (Wednesday) at 5:30 p.m.
Department of Human Resources Conference Room, City Hall Annex
550 South King Street
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
(A Handicapped Accessible Site)

The services of interpreters for non-English speaking persons or signers for the hearing-impaired will be made available upon request. Requests for these or other special   services must be made to the Department of Budget and Fiscal Services, no later than September 20, 2006 by calling 527-5676 (V/TDD).

All interested persons are invited to attend.

Mary Patricia Waterhouse, Director
Department of Budget and Fiscal Services
By order of MUFI HANNEMANN, MAYOR
(SB05524669 9/12/06) City and County of Honolulu


AMERICORPS FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES

The Corporation for National Service and the Hawaii State         Commission for National and Community Service announces the     availability of AmeriCorps*State Competitive funds for the 2007-2008     program year.

AmeriCorps, ”the domestic Peace Corps,” is a national service     program, which engages Americans of all ages and backgrounds in team-based, results-driven service in the areas of public safety, education,    literacy and tutoring, the environment, basic human needs and Homeland Security. In exchange for their service, AmeriCorps members receive a living stipend and an education award for post-secondary education     expenses upon completion of their term of service. AmeriCorps and the Hawaii Commission strive to strengthen citizenship and the ethic of   service by assisting communities in addressing their toughest challenges.

Through the AmeriCorps Program Grant, agencies sponsor AmeriCorps members who serve to implement community service       initiatives. Eligible agencies include community based non-profit       organizations, faith-based organizations, state and local government   entities, and school districts. Agencies that apply must be able to     demonstrate the capacity to administer a federal program, have a     detailed plan of action, strong connections to the community it is planning to serve, a real need for the proposed service within the community, and the ability to raise the required matching funds. 

Applications for funding request should include a minimum of 20 full time equivalent (FTE) members and a minimum of $250,000. All       applications must be submitted to the Hawaii Commission for National and Community Service by November 30, 2006.  For more information, please contact the Hawaii Commission staff at 956-8145 or you may download the application by visiting the Commission’s website at www.hawaii.edu/americorpshawaii

Isaac Watson, Executive Director
Hawaii Commission for National and Community Service
(SB05524656 9/12, 9/13/06)



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 2005-2006 has been prepared by the Hawaii Housing Finance and Development Corporation (HHFDC);    Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism, State of Hawaii. The State is making copies of the proposed CAPER 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’s Consolidated Plan. The State’s Consolidated Plan concentrates on the Counties of Hawaii, Kauai, and Maui. The CAPER includes an assessment of the State’s performance in meeting its affordable and supportive   housing objectives under the HOME Investment Partnerships, Emergency Shelter Grant, and Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS programs.

Copies of the draft CAPER are available for public viewing at regional libraries and on the HHFDC’s website at www.hawaii.gov/dbedt/hhfdc.  Copies may also be picked up at the agencies listed below between the hours of 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Interested persons may call Medy Esmena at 587-0634; Neighbor Island residents may call toll free at the numbers listed below to be mailed copies:

Kauai 274-3141, ext. 70634 Hawaii 974-4000, ext. 70634
Maui 984-2400, ext. 70634 Molokai and Lanai 1-800-468-4644, ext. 70634

AGENCIES:
Office of Housing and Community Development
50 Wailuku Drive, Hilo, Hawaii

Department of Housing and Human Concerns
86 Kamehameha Avenue, Kahului, Maui

Kauai County Housing Agency
4444 Rice Street, Suite 330, Lihue, Kauai

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

Hawaii Public Housing Authority
1002 North School Street, Bldg. H, Honolulu, Oahu

Interested persons are invited to state their views on the draft CAPER to HHFDC at the aforementioned address in writing prior to September 26, 2006. Written comments may be submitted via fax to (808) 587-0600 by 4:30 p.m. on September 26, 2006.  All comments received will be considered in preparing the final State CAPER.

Persons with special needs (e.g., large print, taped materials, sign language interpreter, or translator) shall make all requests to HHFDC by calling 587-0634 and from the neighbor islands toll free at the numbers listed above for access and communication assistance or by written request at least five (5) days before the end of the comment period.

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

Orlando “Dan” Davidson
Executive Director
Hawaii Housing Finance and Development Corporation
Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism
State of Hawaii (SB05524608 9/11/06)



WASTEWATER SYSTEMS
NOTICE OF
VARIANCE APPLICATION NO. W W 227
DOCKET NO. 06 - V W W - 16

Pursuant to H.R.S. §342D-7(i), Hawaii Revised Statutes, the State Department of Health (DOH) seeks written comments from interested persons regarding the following. Mr. Bennett Dorrance Jr. of Touching the Earth, LLC, Hawi, Hawaii, has applied for a five (5) year variance from Hawaii Administrative Rules (HAR), Section 11-62-03 Definitions which states “Individual wastewater system means a facility which is designed to receive and dispose of no more than 1000 gallons per day of domestic wastewater. Individual wastewater systems may involve treatment processes and include, but are not limited to, septic tanks and household aerobic units with disposal system and cesspools. Each individual wastewater system shall be an independent system and shall have all of its plumbing, treatment (if any), and disposal components separate from any other wastewater system.”, Section 11-62-31.1 (a)(2)(A) which shall not exceed 1000 gallons per day per 10,000 square feet of usable land area which shall not include the area under the buildings.” and Section 11-62-31.1(a)(2)(D) which states “The total wastewater flow into each individual wastewater system shall not exceed 1,000 gallons per day.”
Mr. Peter Dahlberg, Civil Engineer of Holualoa, Hawaii, is the authorized individual to act for the applicant. The applicant is requesting the use of an individual wastewater system on a property of 3,597 square feet, with estimated flow of 1,400 gallons per day at The Blue Dolphin Bar & Restaurant (Owners: Touching the Earth, LLC), an existing bar/restaurant at 61-3616 Kawaiahe Road, Kawaiahae, Hawaii, TMK: (3) 9-1-002:064.

The applicant has made the following comments.

1. The area of the lot is 3,597 square feet. This is insufficient to meet the minimum land area requirements for IWS utilization which is one IWS per 10,000 square feet of lot area.
2. The septic system proposed to serve the facility would not comply with HAR Section 11-62-03 because the IWS would receive more than 1,000 gallons per day of wastewater. The estimated flow into the system would be 1,400 gallons per day.
3. The existing large capacity cesspool(s) must be closed and replaced with a new treatment individual wastewater system by April 5, 2005 in order to comply with federal requirements.
4. The current State requirement of a wastewater treatment plant would significantly add to the construction cost as well as require a much greater ongoing maintenance cost.
5. The facility has been in operation for 20+ years in this location using the existing cesspool. The installation of a wastewater treatment plant in lieu of a septic system will not be possible due to space restrictions and may force the owner to abandon the business operation.
6. The applicant believes this variance request is in the public interest because the LCC will be upgraded to an IWS (aerobic system). The IWS plans will be designed by an engineer and will be submitted to DOH for review and approval. The new IWS will provide a better wastewater treatment system compared to the existing LCC. Therefore minimizes impact to the environment.
7. The existing LCC will be upgraded to an IWS (aerobic system). The IWS (aerobic system) will provide a better treatment system prior to effluent disposal. The IWS will be designed and constructed to meet the Department of Health standards. The impact to the environment will be minimized compared to the current wastewater disposal.
8. The proposed treatment individual wastewater systems will provide greater protection than the large capacity cesspools. The proposed IWS is an improvement to the existing cesspool in terms of wastewater treatment. The aerobic tank will provide pretreatment and sludge removal prior to effluent disposal.
9. The existing location of the facility is severely restrictive. There is simply no space to construct a wastewater treatment plant.
10.The variance is requested for the maximum of five (5) years.

If you would like to review the full application, please call or write to the Wastewater Branch, 919 Ala Moana Boulevard, Room 309, Honolulu, Hawaii 96814-4920,      telephone (808) 586-4294 or fax (808) 586-4300 to obtain a copy or facsimile.
DOH will consider all written comments received within thirty days of this notice. If warranted, DOH may hold a public hearing on the variance application, after a separate thirty-day written comments and the public hearing, if any.

CHIYOME L. FUKINO, M.D.
Director of Health (SB03510082 9/9/06)


WASTEWATER SYSTEMS
NOTICE OF
VARIANCE APPLICATION NO. W W 228
DOCKET NO. 06 - V W W - 17

Pursuant to H.R.S. §342D-7(i), Hawaii Revised Statutes, the State Department of Health (DOH) seeks written comments from interested persons regarding the following. David Knittle & Carol Gibson of Honaunau, Hawaii, has applied for a five (5) year variance from Hawaii Administrative Rules (HAR), Section 11-62-03 Definitions which states “Individual wastewater system means a facility which is designed to receive and dispose of no more than 1000 gallons per day of domestic wastewater. Individual wastewater systems may involve treatment processes and include, but are not limited to, septic tanks and household aerobic units with disposal system and cesspools. Each individual wastewater system shall be an independent system and shall have all of its plumbing, treatment (if any), and disposal components separate from any other wastewater system,” and Section 11-62-31.1(a)(2)(D) which states “The total wastewater flow into each individual wastewater system shall not exceed 1,000 gallons per day.”
Mr. Peter Dahlberg, Civil Engineer, is the authorized individual to act for the applicant. The applicant states that the existing cesspools have failed. A new septic system is proposed to serve all residences. A new 1500 gallon septic tank and 12’ x 28’ absorption bed is proposed as the most feasible solution, given the small property size, and location of existing structures. Flow into proposed IWS exceeds five (5) bedroom/1000 gallons per day. The three (3) dwellings have a total of six (6) bedrooms. Estimated design flow is 1,200 gallons per day. Existing cesspools servicing three (3) dwellings are to be abandoned. The dwellings are located at 82-6167 Mamalahoa Highway, Captain Cook, Hawaii and the property is identified as TMK: (3) 8-2-015:017. The property is 24,132 square feet in size.

The applicant has made the following comments.
1. The area of the (usable) lot (area) is 24,132 square feet. This is insufficient to meet the minimum land area requirements for IWS utilization which is one IWS per 10,000 square feet of lot area.
2. The large capacity septic system proposed to serve the facility would not comply with HAR Section 11-62-03 because the IWS would receive more than 1,000 gallons per day of wastewater. The estimated flow into the system would be 1200 gallons per day.
3. The existing large capacity cesspool(s) must be closed and replaced with a new treatment individual wastewater system by April 5, 2005 in order to comply with federal requirements.
4. The current State requirement of a wastewater treatment plant would significantly add to the construction cost as well as require a much greater ongoing maintenance cost.
5. Existing cesspools have failed. A new septic system is proposed to serve all residences. A new 1500 gallon septic tank and 12’ x 28’ absorption bed is proposed as the most feasible solution, given the small property size and location of existing structures.
6. The applicant believes this variance request is in the public interest because the LCC will be upgraded to an IWS (septic system). The IWS plans will be designed by an engineer and will be submitted to DOH for review and approval. The new IWS will provide a better wastewater treatment system compared to the existing LCC. Therefore minimizes impact to the environment.
7. The existing LCC will be upgraded to an IWS (septic system). The IWS will provide a better treatment system prior to effluent disposal. The IWS will be designed and constructed to meet the Department of Health standards. The impact to the environment will be minimized compared to the current wastewater disposal.
8. The proposed treatment individual wastewater systems will provide greater protection than the large capacity cesspools. The proposed IWS is an improvement to the existing cesspool in terms of wastewater treatment. The septic tank will provide pretreatment and sludge removal prior to effluent disposal.
9. The owner of the facility simply cannot afford to build and operate wastewater systems meeting all the requirements of HAR Chapter 11-62 such as small aerobic wastewater treatment plants.
10.The variance is requested for the maximum of five (5) years.
If you would like to review the full application, please call or write to the Wastewater Branch, 919 Ala Moana Boulevard, Room 309, Honolulu, Hawaii 96814-4920,      telephone (808) 586-4294 or fax (808) 586-4300 to obtain a copy or facsimile.
DOH will consider all written comments received within thirty days of this notice. If warranted, DOH may hold a public hearing on the variance application, after a separate thirty-day written comments and the public hearing, if any.

CHIYOME L. FUKINO, M.D.
Director of Health (SB03510081 9/9/06)


WASTEWATER SYSTEMS
PUBLIC NOTICE OF
VARIANCE APPLICATION NO. W W 229
DOCKET NO. 06 - V W W - 18

Pursuant to H.R.S. §342D-7(i), Hawaii Revised Statutes, the State Department of Health (DOH) seeks written comments from interested persons regarding the following. Equilion Enterprises, dba Shell Oil Products of Carson, California, has applied for a five (5) year variance from Hawaii Administrative Rules (HAR), Section 11-62-03 Definitions which states “Individual wastewater system means a facility which is designed to receive and dispose of no more than 1000 gallons per day of domestic wastewater. Individual wastewater systems may involve treatment processes and include, but are not limited to, septic tanks and household aerobic units with disposal system and cesspools. Each individual wastewater system shall be an independent system and shall have all of its plumbing, treatment (if any), and disposal components separate from any other wastewater system.” and Section 11-62-31.1(a)(2)(A) which states “Developments involving buildings other than dwellings. The wastewater flow generated shall not exceed 1000 gallons per day per 10,000 square feet of usable land area which shall not include the area under the buildings.”

Mr. Ronald Nickel, Civil Engineer, is the individual authorized to act for the applicant. The applicant is requesting to use an individual wastewater systems (IWSs) with a wastewater flow greater than 1600 gpd on a lot with 22,146 square feet. The lot is located at 64-5196 Kinohou Street, Kamuela, Hawaii, has 19,466 square feet of usable land and is identified as TMK: (3) 6-4-006:002. The applicant has made the following comments.

1. The large capacity septic system proposed to serve the facility would not comply with HAR Sec- tion 11-62-03 because the IWS would receive more than 1,000 gallons per day of wastewater. The estimated flow into the system would be 1,600 gallons per day.
2. The current State requirement of a wastewater treatment plant would significantly add to the construction cost as well as require a much
greater ongoing maintenance cost.
3. Prevent loss of jobs. The LCC serving my facility has been in operation for 16 years. The current State requirements of a wastewater treatment plant would significantly add to the construction cost, as well as require a much greater ongoing maintenance cost. I (owner) may be forced to close my existing business and lay off my employ- ees.
4. The LCC will be upgraded to meet the EPA stand- ard with the addition of a septic tank and filter.
5. The proposed treatment individual wastewater sys- tems will provide greater protection than the large capacity cesspools. The proposed IWS is an
improvement to the existing cesspool in terms of wastewater treatment. The septic tank will provide pretreatment and sludge removal prior to effluent disposal.
6. The existing location of the facility is severely
restrictive. There is simply no space to construct a wastewater treatment plant.
7. The variance is requested for the maximum of five (5) years.

If you would like to review the complete application, please call or write to the Wastewater Branch, 919 Ala Moana Boulevard, Room 309, Honolulu, Hawaii, 96814-4920, telephone (808) 586-4294 or fax (808) 586-4300 to obtain a copy or facsimile.

DOH will consider all written comments received within thirty days of this notice. If warranted, DOH may hold a public hearing on the variance application, after a separate thirty-day public notice. The final decision will be made on the basis of the application, related documents, written comments and the public hearing, if any.

CHIYOME LEINAALA FUKINO, M.D.
Director of Health (SB03510073 9/7/06)



NOTICE

The following Ordinances passed Final Reading at the meeting held by the Council of the City and County of Honolulu on August 16, 2006 and were subsequently   approved by the Mayor: 

Ordinance 06-39 [Bill 84 (2004), CD2, FD2] – A Bill for an Ordinance relating to parades. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. - 8.
NOES: Councilmember Garcia. – 1. 
Approved: September 1, 2006. 
Effective: This ordinance shall take effect upon its     approval, provided that it shall not apply to parades or activities scheduled to occur prior to January 1, 2007.

Ordinance 06-40 [Bill 87 (2004), CD2] – A Bill for an Ordinance relating to solid waste. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. - 9.
Approved/Effective:  September 1, 2006.

Ordinance 06-41 [Bill 38 (2006)] – A Bill for an       Ordinance relating to solid waste. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. - 9.
Approved/Effective:  September 1, 2006.

Ordinance 06-42 [Bill 52 (2006), CD2] – A Bill for an Ordinance relating to the lease and rental of city facilities. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. - 9.
Approved/Effective:  September 1, 2006.

Ordinance 06-43 [Bill 54 (2006), CD1] – A Bill for an Ordinance relating to the county tax credit.
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. - 9.
Approved/Effective:  September 1, 2006.

Ordinance 06-44 [Bill 57 (2006)] – A Bill for an         Ordinance relating to the executive operating budget and program for the fiscal year July 1, 2006 to June 30, 2007. Executive Operating Budget Ordinance Amendment No. 1.
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. - 9.
Approved/Effective:  September 1, 2006.

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Copies of the foregoing Ordinances, in full, are available for use and examination during regular business hours at the City Clerk’s office, Room 203, Honolulu Hale. Also recently enacted ordinances amending the Revised     Ordinances of Honolulu 1990 are available on-line at http://www4.honolulu.gov/docushare/dsweb/HomePage.  Should you have any questions, please call 523-4480.

(SB05524565 9/9/06) DENISE C. DE COSTA, City Clerk



Public Notice
State Health Planning and Development Agency
Certificate of Need

The Agency has received a completed application under Part V and Part VII of Chapter 323D, Hawaii Revised Statutes, from Hawaii Medical Center, LLC for the     acquisition of St. Francis Medical Centers Liliha/West; acquisition of St. Francis’ interests in joint ventures   providing Computed Tomography (CT), Magnetic     Resonance Imaging (MRI), outpatient cardiac catheterization and outpatient endoscopy services at St. Francis Medical Center Liliha at a capital cost of $34,721,855.  Parties to the agreement:  St. Francis Healthcare System of Hawaii, St. Francis Medical Center, St. Francis Medical Center – West and Hawaii Medical Center, LLC.

Application reviews are scheduled as follows:
September 15, 2006, Oahuwide Certificate of Need   Review Committee, 1 pm, 235 South Beretania Street (State Office Tower/Leiopapa A Kamehameha), Room 405, Honolulu, Hawaii;
September 21, 2006, Certificate of Need Review Panel, 9:00 am, 235 South Beretania Street (State Office   Tower/Leiopapa A Kamehameha), Room 204, Honolulu, Hawaii; and
September 28, 2006, Statewide Health Coordinating Council, 9:00 am, 235 South Beretania Street (State   Office Tower/Leiopapa A Kamehameha), Room 204, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Certificate applications are reviewed according to the   following criteria:  relation to the state health services and facilities plan, need and accessibility, quality, cost and finances, relation to the existing health care system, and availability of resources.

Please write to the Agency by September 29, 2006, if you wish to provide written comments regarding the   application at 1177 Alakea Street, Room 402, Honolulu, Hawaii 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).
(SB05524591 9/8/06)



September is
Women’s Health Month

If you are a sexually active woman, you may be at risk for sexually   transmitted diseases.

To learn more, including how to     access free screening and treatment services, call the Department of Health STD Prevention Program at:  733-9280. (SB05524452 9/7/06)



NOTICE OF PETITION FOR RETENTION
IN JUDICIAL OFFICE

The Judicial Selection Commission, State of Hawaii, announces that the term of The Honorable Gerald H. Kibe, Judge, District Court of the First Circuit, State of Hawaii, will expire on January 5, 2007. Judge Kibe, in   accordance with Section 3, Article VI of the Constitution of the State of   Hawaii, has petitioned to be retained in office and to be renewed for an   additional term. The Constitution of the State of Hawaii empowers the     Judicial Selection Commission to determine whether Judge Kibe should be retained for a new term.

The Judicial Selection Commission invites interested persons to submit written information and comments on whether Judge Kibe should be       retained in office for a new term. All comments will be kept confidential by the Commission and should be delivered by mail to the following address before October 3, 2006.

Melvin Chiba, Chair
Judicial Selection Commission
State of Hawaii / 417 South King Street / Honolulu, HI 96813
(SB05524265 9/4, 9/6, 9/8/06)


Second
Saturday
at the
HAWAII STATE ART MUSEUM
Saturday, September 9, 2006
Wings, Paws & Claws!
Surprise! There are animals in our
art museum. Join us on a scavenger
hunt to find them and visit with the
folks from the Honolulu Zoo!
Mini Tours
(10:30 am & 1 pm)
Hands-On Art Activities
(11 am to 3 pm)
Galleries Open
(10 am to 4 pm)
250 S. Hotel Street
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
808-586-0900
http://www.hawaii.gov/sfca
FREE family fun!

Bringing the Families of Hawaii closer to the Arts


New Condominium Law Seminar
Hawaii Real Estate Commission
Admission - Free

The new condominium law (514B) became effective on July 1, 2006
and affects how condominiums are developed, sold, managed and
self governed by its boards. The Hawaii Real Estate Commission
invites condominium owners, directors of condominium boards,
managing agents, developers and their attorneys and agents, real
estate licensees, the general public and other interested individuals
to attend its encore presentation of the New Condominium Law
Seminar to learn about this new law.
Thursday, September 7, 2006
9:00 am to 10:30 am - Governance/Management
10:45 am to 12:00 pm - Project Registration/Sales
Hawaii State Capitol Building
Auditorium (Chamber Level)
415 South Beretania Street
For more information please contact any Condominium Specialist
at the Hawaii Real Estate Commission at (808) 586-2643 or
visit the Commission’s website at http://www.hawaii.gov/hirec.
NO RESERVATIONS REQUIRED - Space is limited to the first 200 people
Paid Advertisement by the Condominium Education Fund,
Hawaii Real Estate Commission, Professional & Vocational Licensing Division, Department of Commerce and
Consumer Affairs.


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Additional support provided by the LEF Foundation


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

(Docket No. 06-CA-PA-16)

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. 0627-01-CT
Application for Initial Permit No. 0627-01
P.B. Sullivan Construction, Inc.
507 tph Mobile Crusher and 400 tph Power Screen
Located at:  Various Temporary Sites, State of Hawaii
Initial Location:  1777 Pi’ilani Highway, Kihei, Maui

The DRAFT PERMIT is described as follows:

Temporary CSP No. 0627-01-CT will grant conditional approval for operating a 507 tph mobile crusher with diesel engine at various temporary sites. The crusher is equipped with a water spray system to control fugitive dust. A water truck is     proposed for additional fugitive dust control at each of the plant’s temporary work sites.  The crusher and power screen are subject to 40 Code of Federal Regulations, Subpart OOO, Standards of Performance for Nonmetallic Mineral Processing Plants.

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

Oahu:

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

Maui:

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

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 October 2, 2006.

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. At the sole discretion of the Director of Health, 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 days in advance of the hearing.

Interested persons may obtain copies of the administrative record or parts thereof by paying five cents per page copying costs. Please send written requests to the Oahu office of the CIean Air Branch listed above or call Mr. Corey Shibata at the Clean Air Branch in Honolulu at (808) 586-4200.

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.

Chiyome Leinaala Fukino, M.D.
(SB05524427 9/1/06) Director of Health


NOTICE FOR FILING REAL PROPERTY
ASSESSMENT COMPLAINTS
CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU

As required by Section 8-12.7(f), Revised Ordinances of     Honolulu, notice is hereby given that any taxpayer may file     complaints regarding real property assessment of properties within the City and County of Honolulu.

The complaints are for the purpose of assisting the Boards in making additional notes in their reports to the Mayor and the City Council concerning instances which, in the opinion of the Boards, the budget and fiscal services director did not use proper methods in assessing properties. Since this session is not for appealing   assessments but only for receiving complaints, the Boards cannot change any assessment during the process.

Complaints may be filed only during the period from September 11, 2006 through September 22, 2006, with the Real Property   Assessment Office at 842 Bethel Street, Basement, Honolulu,  Hawaii 96813.

RUTH M.F. LIN DEAN Y. SENDA
Vice-Chair, 1st Board of Review Chair, 2nd Board of Review
(SB05524301 9/1/06)


WASTEWATER SYSTEMS
PUBLIC NOTICE OF
VARIANCE APPLICATION NO. W W 226
DOCKET NO. 06 - V W W - 15
Pursuant to H.R.S. §342D-7(i), Hawaii Revised   Statutes, the State Department of Health (DOH) seeks   written comments from interested persons regarding the following. Lisa S. Sakanashi of Hilo, Hawaii has applied for a one (1) year variance from Hawaii Administrative Rules (HAR), Section 11-62-31.1 (a) (1) (A) which states that “For residential developments. There shall be 10,000 square feet of land area for each individual wastewater system.”
Mr. Dennis Inouye of Septic Designs is the individual authorized to act for the applicant. The applicant is proposing to use a septic system to service a proposed two (2) bedroom dwelling. the subject property has an existing three (3) bedroom dwelling with an existing cesspool. Due to the topography of the property and the location of the existing cesspool, modifying the cesspool is not a viable option. Therefore, the applicant is requesting a second individual wastewater system (IWS) to be constructed on the property. The subject property is 18,774 square feet in size and is located at 17-520 Aka’akai Street, Keaau, Hawaii, TMK: (3) 1-7-026:016.

The applicant has made the following comments. LCC comments:
1. The area of the lot is 18,774 square feet. This is insufficient to meet the minimum land area       requirements for IWS utilization which is one IWS per 10,000 square feet of lot area.
2. Proposed is another IWS to be constructed on this 18,774 square foot lot. The existing topography prohibits an economical upgrade to the present cesspool to accommodate two (2) dwellings.
3. The subject property allows two (2) dwellings with a combined total of five (5) bedrooms serviced with one (1) septic system. Due to the topography, this request is to construct a 2nd IWS for a proposed two (2) bedroom dwelling. This 2nd dwelling aids in today’s housing shortage.
4. The existing dwelling has an approved IWS. The proposed 2nd dwelling shall comply with the correct IWS requirements.
5. The variance is requested for the minimum of one (1) year.

A plot map has been attached to this application for variance but can not be shown here. If you would like to review the full application, please call or write to the Wastewater Branch, 919 Ala Moana Boulevard, Room 309, Honolulu, Hawaii 96814-4920, telephone (808) 586-4294 or fax (808) 586-4300 to   obtain a copy or facsimile.
DOH will consider all written comments received     within thirty (30) days of this notice. If warranted, DOH may hold a public hearing on the variance application, after a separate thirty-day public notice. The final       decision will be made on the basis of the application,  related documents, written comments and the public hearing, if any.

CHIYOME L. FUKINO, M.D.
Director of Health (SB03510036 8/28/06)


NOTICE

The COUNCIL OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU at its meeting held on August 16, 2006, passed the     following bill on Second Reading by the following votes:

Bill 58 (2006) – The purpose of this bill is to establish regulations relating to vehicle towing operations in the City and County of Honolulu and to supersede state   regulation of such operations in the city. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall. – 7. 
NOES: Councilmember Okino. – 1.
EXCUSED: Councilmember Tam. – 1. 

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Copies of the foregoing bill are available for use and   examination by the public during regular business hours at the City Clerk’s office, Room 203, Honolulu Hale.  Bills are also available on-line at http://www4.honolulu. gov/docushare/dsweb/HomePage. Should you have any questions, please call 523-4480. 

DENISE C. DE COSTA, City Clerk
(SB05524309 8/26/060


Public Notice
State Health Planning and Development Agency
Certificate of Need

The Agency has received certificate of need         application #06-21A for administrative review from CARE Hawaii, Inc. for the establishment of eight-bed Special Treatment Facility at 1592 Mill Street, Wailuku, Maui, at a capital cost of $314,000.
Pursuant to Section 323D-44.5, Hawaii Revised Statutes, any interested person may request a public meeting on an application before the Agency renders its decision.  Any request for a public meeting must be   submitted in writing and directed to Dr. David T.      Sakamoto, Administrator, at the address provided below.  Any such request must be received by the Agency within seven (7) days of the publication date of this notice.
Important: Certificate applications are reviewed     according to the following criteria: relation to the state health services and facilities plan, need and accessibility, quality, cost and finances, relation to the existing health care system, and availability of resources.
The Agency’s address and phone numbers are: 1777 Alakea Street, Room 402, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, Phone: (808) 587-0788 (voice) or (808) 587-0854 (TTY) or (808) 587-0783 (fax). (SB05524350 8/25/06)


Public Notice
Hawaii State Department of Health
Invites Public Comment on the
Uniform Application
for the FFY 2007 SAPT Block Grant

Pursuant to Section 1941 of the Public Health Service Act regarding the Substance Abuse Prevention and   Treatment (SAPT) formula grant program, the draft report of the State Plan sections of the Uniform Application for the Federal Fiscal Year 2007 SAPT Block Grant is     available for public review from August 25 to September 8, 2006, (except Saturday, Sunday and September 4 - Labor Day), 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., at the Department of Health, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division, 601 Kamokila Blvd., Rm. 360, Kapolei, HI 96707. Written comments may be submitted to the address above, Attention: Block Grant Application, by September 8, 2006. The draft     report is also available online at http://www.hawaii.gov/ health/substance-abuse/prevention-treatment/index.html; click on SAPT Block Grant Unform Application.
(SB05524295 8/25/06)


Public Notice
State Health Planning and Development Agency
Certificate of Need

The Agency has received certificate of need         application #06-22A for administrative review from   Bristol Hospice-Hawaii, LLC, 1667 Pensacola Street,  Honolulu, Hawaii, for the establishment of Hospice   services, at a capital cost of $175,000.
Pursuant to Section 323D-44.5, Hawaii Revised Statutes, any interested person may request a public meeting on an application before the Agency renders its decision. Any request for a public meeting must be   submitted in writing and directed to Dr. David T.      Sakamoto, Administrator, at the address provided below.  Any such request must be received by the Agency within seven (7) days of the publication date of this notice.
Important: Certificate applications are reviewed     according to the following criteria: relation to the state health services and facilities plan, need and accessibility, quality, cost and finances, relation to the existing health care system, and availability of resources.
The Agency’s address and phone numbers are: 1777 Alakea Street, Room 402, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, Phone: (808) 587-0788 (voice) or (808) 587-0854 (TTY) or (808) 587-0783 (fax). (SB05524378 8/24/06)



MUTUAL HOUSING ASSOCIATION
OF HAWAII


APPLICATION FOR LOW-INCOME RENTALS AT KEKAULIKE COURTYARDS

The Mutual Housing Association of Hawaii (MHAH) will be opening their waitlist and taking applications for rental units at Kekaulike Courtyards.  A lottery will be conducted to determine the prioritization of the waitlist.  There are typically five rental openings each year at Kekaulike Courtyards.  Applicants on the new waitlist will be added to our existing waitlist. 

Applications for the lottery must be returned by mail by August 25, 2006  to:

Kekaulike Courtyards
1016 Maunakea Street,
Honolulu Hawaii, 96817

The lottery will determine the priority for processing the rental applications.

  € Those entering the lottery must return by mail a completed 
rental application to the MHAH’s Kekaulike Courtyards office at 1016 Maunakea Street by Friday, 25 August, 2006.  Applications are only available at this location. 
Office hours are weekdays from 9 a.m. to noon and 1 p.m. to
4 p.m.

  € The lottery to determine the priority for processing of applications will be held on Friday, September 15, 2006.  Applicants are not required  to attend this lottery.  You will be assigned a number even if you are not present.  Within a week following the lottery, you will receive notification from us of your lottery number.

  € To qualify for the lottery, applicants must earn no more than 50 percent of the U.S. Housing and Urban Development’s median in come for the City and County of Honolulu ($24,950 for 1 person, $28,500 for 2 persons, $32,100 for 3 persons, and $35,650 for 4 persons.  Kekaulike Courtyards has a maximum capacity of 4
persons per household). 

  € All lottery entrants will be notified of their assigned number through the mail. A low lottery number does not guarantee that a prospective tenant’s application will be processed or that the
applicant will be selected for Kekaulike Courtyards.  Applicants will first be screened to determine their eligibility.

Kekaulike Courtyards consists of 76 affordable studio ($465.00 & up) and one-bedroom units ($585.00 & up) in three, four-story buildings.
(SB03509987 8/23/06)


P R O C L A M A T I O N

Whereas, the May 3, 2006 Proclamation previously filed by my office listed polling place for the 7th Representative District, Precinct 6 which has been changed, I do hereby proclaim new polling place for said precinct for the 2006 Primary and General Elections.

DIST PREC POLLING PLACE ADDRESS FACILITY

FROM: 07 06 Kuhio Hale 64-756 Mamalahoa Hwy Mtg Rm

TO: 07 06 Waimea Civic Center 67-5189 Kamamalu Street Conf Rm

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

DONE at the Office of Elections, in Pearl City, State of Hawaii, this 10th day of August, 2006.

_________________________________________
DWAYNE D. YOSHINA, CHIEF ELECTION OFFICER,
State of Hawaii (SB05524287 8/23/06)


BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND CONSUMER AFFAIRS
STATE OF HAWAII

NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED HEARING

TO: JOHNATHAN B. WOHLER, M.D. AKA JOHN KALIKIANO KUAPA’A, M.D.

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that the Board of Medical Examiners will conduct a hearing in accordance with Hawaii Revised Statutes (hereafter “HRS”) Chapter 91, 436B and 457 to determine whether or not JOHNATHAN B. WOHLER, M.D. aka JOHN KALIKIANO KUAPA’A, M.D.’s medical license should be revoked, suspended, or otherwise disciplined, and, whether monetary fines and any other relief authorized by law, should be imposed against him and/or his medical license. The Petition for Disciplinary Action Against License to Practice Medicine, filed with the Office of Administrative Hearings on or about May 1, 2006 alleges violations of the provisions of HRS Chapters 436B and 453, and, of Hawaii Administrative Rules Chapter 16-89.

The HEARING will be conducted on September 20, 2006, at 9:00 a.m. in a hearings room at the Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs, 335 Merchant Street, Suite 100, Honolulu, Hawaii.

You have the right to appear with legal counsel at all stages of these proceedings. Please direct all inquiries to the undersigned Hearings Officer at P.O. Box 541, Honolulu, Hawaii 96809, or telephone 586-2828. Copies of the specific allegations against you are available at the Office of Administrative Hearings.

DATED: Honolulu, Hawaii, July 25, 2006

SHERYL LEE A. NAGATA
Hearings Officer
Department of Commerce and
Consumer Affairs
(SB03509872 8/21, 8/28/06)


NOTICE OF ANTICIPATED VACANCY
IN JUDICIAL OFFICE

The Judicial Selection Commission, State of Hawaii, announces that it is accepting the submission of names of applicants for the office of Judge,  District Court of the Second Circuit, State of Hawaii. Applicants for this     position must be qualified for and willing to accept an assignment to either the District Court or the District Family Court. This vacancy will occur upon the retirement of The Honorable Reinette W. Cooper. The names of qualified individuals may be submitted by any interested person, including an applicant for the judicial office referred to in this notice.

The Constitution of the State of Hawaii provides that the Chief Justice shall fill a vacancy in the District Court of the First Circuit by appointing a person from a list of not less than six nominees presented by the         Commission. The Constitution requires that persons selected by the       Commission be residents and citizens of the State of Hawaii and of the United States and have been licensed to practice law by the Hawaii Supreme Court for a period of not less than five years preceding nomination. All names submitted to the Commission will be kept confidential by the     Commission and should be delivered by mail to the following address not later than September 22, 2006.

Melvin Chiba, Chair
Judicial Selection Commission
State of Hawaii / 417 South King Street / Honolulu, HI 96813
(SB05523977 8/21, 8/23, 8/25/06)



NOTICE OF PETITION FOR RETENTION
IN JUDICIAL OFFICE

The Judicial Selection Commission, State of Hawaii, announces that the term of The Honorable Karen M. Radius, District Family Court Judge of the First Circuit, State of Hawaii, will expire on December 8, 2006. Judge     Radius, in accordance with Section 3, Article VI of the Constitution of the State of Hawaii, has petitioned to be retained in office and to be renewed for an additional term. The Constitution of the State of Hawaii empowers the Judicial Selection Commission to determine whether Judge Radius should be retained for a new term.

The Judicial Selection Commission invites interested persons to submit written information and comments on whether Judge Radius should be     retained in office for a new term. All comments will be kept confidential by the Commission and should be delivered by mail to the following address before September 22, 2006.

Melvin Chiba, Chair
Judicial Selection Commission
State of Hawaii / 417 South King Street / Honolulu, HI 96813
(SB05523976 8/21, 8/23, 8/25/06)



NOTICE OF PETITION FOR RETENTION
IN JUDICIAL OFFICE

The Judicial Selection Commission, State of Hawaii, announces that the term of The Honorable Faauuga To‘oto‘o, District Family Court Judge of the First Circuit, State of Hawaii, will expire on December 8, 2006. Judge To‘oto‘o, in accordance with Section 3, Article VI of the Constitution of the State of Hawaii, has petitioned to be retained in office and to be renewed for an additional term. The Constitution of the State of Hawaii empowers the Judicial Selection Commission to determine whether Judge To‘oto‘o should be retained for a new term.

The Judicial Selection Commission invites interested persons to submit written information and comments on whether Judge To‘oto‘o should be   retained in office for a new term. All comments will be kept confidential by the Commission and should be delivered by mail to the following address before September 22, 2006.

Melvin Chiba, Chair
Judicial Selection Commission
State of Hawaii / 417 South King Street / Honolulu, HI 96813
(SB05523975 8/21, 8/23, 8/25/06)


PROCLAMATION

Pursuant to Section 13-3(a)(3), Hawaii Revised Statutes, I, DWAYNE D. YOSHINA, Chief Election Officer of the State of Hawaii do hereby proclaim that after the close of filing of nomination papers, there were only two qualified candidates for the BOARD OF EDUCATION, First School Board District, Fourth Departmental District (Central) seat, Eileen Ishihara Clarke and Shirley A. Robinson.
I declare those two candidates duly nominated for the General Election on Tuesday, November 7, 2006 between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.  The names of the two candidates shall not appear on the primary election ballot.

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

DONE at the Office of Elections, in Pearl City, State of Hawaii, this 28th day of July, 2006.



DWAYNE D. YOSHINA
Chief Election Officer
State of Hawaii
(SB05524259 8/20/06)


PUBLIC NOTICE
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS ENTERPRISE (DBE) PROGRAM
Fiscal Year 2007 Overall Goals

Pursuant to Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), part 26, notice is hereby given that the State of Hawaii, Department of Transportation (HDOT), is proposing DBE goals for the Highways Division. The proposed goals for DBE participation are expressed as a percentage of all federal funds that HDOT expects to expend on federal aid contracts in the forthcoming federal fiscal year.

The proposed goal of 9% for the Highways Division will be submitted to the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA).

The proposed goals and their rationale are available for public inspection from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, except holidays, for 30 days following the date of this notice at the following address:

State of Hawaii
Department of Transportation
Office of Civil Rights
869 Punchbowl Street, Room 112
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

Written comments on the goals may be sent to the above address for a period of 45 days following the date of this notice.

RODNEY K. HARAGA
(SB05524195 8/17/06) Director of Transportation


NOTICE OF PROPOSED WATER POLLUTION
CONTROL PERMIT

FOR WAIKIKI AQUARIUM

NPDES PERMIT NO. HI 0020630

06-CW-PW-28

AUGUST 17, 2006

The Hawaii State Department of Health (DOH) tentatively proposes to issue a       National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit to discharge overflows from saltwater exhibit tanks and pools, and treated seal pool drain down water from Waikiki Aquarium to the receiving water named Mamala Bay, a portion of the Pacific Ocean subject to special conditions to:

WAIKIKI AQUARIUM
2777 KALAKAUA AVENUE
HONOLULU, HAWAII 96815

The proposed permit will expire on November 30, 2010.

The Waikiki Aquarium is located at the southern end of Waikiki Beach on the Island of Oahu, Hawaii (across Kapiolani Regional Park and next to the Natatorium).  The   University of Hawaii operates and maintains the aquarium for the purpose of exhibiting to the general public various types of aquatic animals found in Hawaii and the South Pacific. The facility uses both well water and seawater for the exhibition fish tanks and seal pool. Overflows from seawater exhibit tanks and pools, and treated seal pool drain down water discharge through Outfall Serial No. 001 to the Mamala Bay of Pacific Ocean.

The receiving water, Mamala Bay, a portion of the Pacific Ocean, is classified by the Department of Health as Class A, Dry Open Coastal Waters under Hawaii Administrative Rules, Section 11-54-06(b)(3).  The uses to be protected are all use compatible with the protection and propagation of fish, shellfish and wildlife, and with recreation in and on these waters.

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

Office Address Mailing Address
Clean Water Branch Clean Water Branch
Environmental Management Division Environmental Management Division
State Department of Health State Department of Health
919 Ala Moana Boulevard, Room 301 P.O. Box 3378
Honolulu, HI 96814-4920 Honolulu, HI 96801-3378

Copies of the proposed draft permit, and other information are available for public inspection, Monday through Friday (excluding holidays) from 7:45 a.m. until 4:15 p.m., at the DOH office address shown above.  Copies may also be bought.  The draft permit and rationale are also available on the internet at http://www.state.hi.us/doh/eh/cwb/pubntcs/index.html.  For more information or if you have special needs due to disability that will aid you in inspecting and/or commenting on the draft permit and related information, please contact Mr. Alec Wong, Supervisor of the Engineering Section, Clean Water Branch, at the above address or (808) 586-4309 (Voice) at least seven (7) days before the comment deadline.  For those who use a TTY/TDD, please call through Verizon-Hawaii Telephone Relay Service, at 1-711 or (808) 643-8822.

All 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 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.

Chiyome Leinaala Fukino, M. D.
Director of Health (SB03509932 8/17/06)


PUBLIC NOTICE
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) AND
HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIPS (HOME) PROGRAMS

Pursuant to the City and County of Honolulu’s Citizen Participation Plan for the CDBG and HOME programs, the     following is provided for your information. The following changes to project allocations are being proposed for       implementation. Pacific Housing Assistance Corporation – Kapolei and Mutual Housing Association of Hawaii were Alternate Projects that are being funded with available HOME or CDBG funds; Volunteer Legal Services Hawaii –    Project Visitation – PS is a separate project that was awarded CDBG funds and inadvertently combined with the   Volunteer Legal Services Hawaii - PS project.

Project Title and Description: 1) Pacific Housing Assistance Corporation - Kapolei
Provision of funds for engineering and construction costs for a housing project that will be used by low- and very low- income seniors.
Eligibility and National Objective Citation: Elig: N/A NO: N/A
Activity Code: 12
Funding Source: HOME
Phase: Other
Proposed Amount: $ 2,429,742
Location: 91-1060 Namahoe St., Kapolei
Proposed Accomplishment: Provides affordable housing opportunities for seniors of lower income.
Subrecipient: Pacific Housing Assistance Corporation

Project Title and Description: 2) Mutual Housing Association of Hawaii
Provision of funds for the renovation of an existing second floor community center to accommodate existing and   proposed learning center programs and to provide ADA accessibility.
Eligibility and National Objective Citation: Elig: 570.201(c) NO: 570.208(a)(2)
Activity Code: 03
Funding Source: CDBG
Phase: Other
Proposed Amount: $200,000
Location: Palolo Valley Homes, Honolulu, HI
Proposed Accomplishment: Supports community-based services for persons of low- and moderate-income.
Subrecipient: Mutual Housing Association of Hawaii

Project Title and Description: 3) Volunteer Legal Services Hawaii – Project Visitation - PS
Provision of grant funds to support Project Visitation, a program that uses volunteers to arrange monthly visits between
siblings in separate foster homes.
Eligibility and National Objective Citation: Elig: 570.201(e) NO: 570.208(a)(2)
Activity Code: 05C
Funding Source: CDBG
Phase: Other
Proposed Amount: $65,000
Location: Community-wide
Proposed Accomplishment: Supports legal programs for persons of low- and moderate-income.
Subrecipient: Volunteer Legal Services Hawaii

Source of Funds
    Program Yr.               Project Funds Phase     Amount    
1) 11th CP (FY06) Korean American Foundation, Hawaii HOME Other $ 175,000.00
1) 12th CP (FY07) Korean American Foundation, Hawaii HOME Other $ 1,950,000.00
1) 12th CP (FY07) ORI Anuenue Hale, Inc. HOME Other $ 304,742.00
2) 12th CP (FY07) Hawaii Nature Center CDBG Other $ 200,000.00
3) 12th CP (FY07) Volunteer Legal Services - PS CDBG Other $ 65,000.00

Interested parties may submit written comments prior to September 15, 2006 by addressing correspondence to:

Holly Kawano, Federal Grants Coordinator Mary Patricia Waterhouse, Director
Department of Budget and Fiscal Services Department of Budget and Fiscal Services
530 South King Street, Room 208 By order of MUFI HANNEMANN, MAYOR
Honolulu, HI 96813 City and County of Honolulu (SB05524228 8/16/06)


P U B L I C   N O T I C E

The Preliminary estimates of State growth and         expenditure ceiling, for Fiscal Years 2006-08, as of   August 15, 2006, are:

State Growth   Expenditure
  Fiscal Year     Rate         Ceiling___

    2006     5.46% 5,042,611,922
    2007     6.59% 5,374,794,768
    2008     7.15% 5,759,354,207

Director of Finance (SB05524218 8/15, 8/22/06)


PUBLIC NOTICE
ANNOUNCEMENT OF OVERALL GOAL FOR
DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS ENTERPRISE (DBE)
PROGRAM PARTICIPATION IN PROJECTS
FUNDED BY THE FEDERAL TRANSIT
  ADMINISTRATION FOR THE PERIOD
OCTOBER 1, 2006 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2007

Pursuant to Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations Part 26, PARTICIPATION BY   DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES IN DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION     FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS, notice is hereby given that the City and County of Honolulu is proposing an overall DBE goal of 2.19% to be submitted to the Federal Transit Administration.  The City and County of Honolulu will maintain a race neutral program.
A description of how the goal was established is available for public inspection   during the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, for a period of   thirty (30) days following the date of this notice at:
City and County of Honolulu
Department of Transportation Services
Transportation Planning Division
650 South King Street, 3rd Floor
Honolulu, Hawaii   96813
Comments on the goal will be accepted for a period of forty-five (45) days following the date of this notice.  Comments may be sent to the above address, or to:
Federal Transit Administration, Region IX
U.S. Department of Transportation
201 Mission Street, Room 1650
San Francisco, California 94105
Attention:  Mr. Derrin Jourdan, Regional Civil Rights Officer

Melvin N. Kaku
Director
Dept. of Transportation Services
(SB05524174 8/15/06) City and County of Honolulu


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

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE PERSONS IDENTIFIED HEREIN AND ALL OTHERS WHO MAY HAVE AN INTEREST that administrative forfeiture proceedings have been commenced against the property listed herein by the filing with the Attorney General of Petitions for Administrative Forfeiture pursuant to Chapter 712A, (Hawaii Omnibus Criminal Forfeiture Act), Hawaii Revised Statutes (“HRS”).  The appearance of names of persons and business entities in this notice does not mean that they are criminal   suspects; it only means that the state believes they may have an interest in the       described property.

1.  KANANI IULI, BOBBY DAGURO, CY ABILLE, ERIK IBANEZ & JULIETA GRANADOS
Property Seized: $4,653.00 in U.S. Currency; 1998 Dodge Van, GVB-937, VIN: 2B4GP45G3WR582405 (Est. Value: $4,000.00); 1995 Toyota Truck, GEG-642, VIN: 4TAVN53F9SZ073320 (Est. Value: $4,000.00) (Aggregate Est. Value: $12,653.00)
Date of Seizure: 5/12/06
Place of Seizure: Hon., HI
Violation: 712-1243, HRS

2.  NOAH CASAS, ENRIQUE CASAS & KATRINA CASAS
Property Seized: $1,980.00 in U.S. Currency
Date of Seizure: 5/25/06
Place of Seizure: 247 Olive Ave., #1, Wahiawa, HI
Violation: 712-1241, 712-1242, 712-1243, 329-43.5 & 329-55, HRS

3.  KEITH E. STRONG
Property Seized: $57.00 in U.S. Currency; 1989 Dodge Van, 812-TPV, VIN: 2B7JB31Y4KK374942 (Est. Value: $2,000.00); Venturer & Mintak Portable DVD Player W/Chargers in Black Bag (Est. Value: $200.00); 3 CD Cases W/Numerous Assorted CDs (Est. Value: $200.00); 2 CD & DVD Cases W/Numerous Assorted CDs & DVDs (Est. Value: $200.00); Clarion 6X9 Speaker in Carpet Box (Est. Value: $200.00); Punch & Alpine 12” Woofer Box W/Extreme Amp (Est. Value: $200.00); Blue North Face Bag W/Gameboy, Bessa Camera, Chargers & AA Batteries (Est. Value: $200.00); Black Ekunuba Duffel Bag W/Fishing Reels & Equipment (Est. Value: $200.00); Blue & White Tackle Box W/Fishing Equipment (Est. Value: $200.00); 2 10” Subwoofers in Black Carpet Box (Est. Value: $200.00); Blue Maxxsonics 800 W/Amp (Est. Value: $200.00); Blue & Black Duffel Bag W/Fishing Equipment (Est. Value: $200.00); Silver Punch Cap (Est. Value: $200.00); Dewalt SawSall W/Yellow/Black Case (Est. Value: $200.00); Blue Duffel W/Blue Fishing Cooler Bag (Est. Value: $100.00); Makita Rotary Grinder W/Blue Case (Est. Value: $100.00); Blue Flamabu Tackle Box W/Fishing Equipment (Est. Value: $100.00); 2 Assorted Extension Cords (Est. Value: $50.00); Dewalt Black Box W/Charger (Est. Value: $50.00); Black & White Duffle Bag W/Hand Tools (Est.  Value: $100.00); 6 Assorted Fishing Poles W/Reels (Est. Value: $100.00); Clear   Container W/Hand Tools (Est. Value: $100.00); 3 Silver Fishing Bells (Est. Value: $50.00); 2 Fishing Reels (Est. Value: $50.00); Aluminum Paint Sprayer (Est. Value: $50.00); Senco Nail Gun (Est. Value: $50.00); Tech Nail Gun (Est. Value: $50.00); Mantel Wrench W/Red Handle (Est. Value: $50.00); 2 3-Prong Aluminum Sheers (Est. Value: $50.00); Blue Maestro Back Pack W/1 Amp, 2 Inverters, 4 Pocket Knives, Leatherman, DVD, Dewalt Battery & 2 CD Holders W/Discs (Est. Value: $50.00); 3 Fishing Poles W/Reels (Est. Value: $200.00); Lanikai Baritone Ukulele (Est. Value: $100.00); Silver Jeep Liberty Bicycle, SN: UVU304908 (Est. Value: $100.00)      (Aggregate Est. Value: $6,157.00)
Date of Seizure: 4/10/06; 6/27/06
Place of Seizure: Kanenelu Beach Park, Kaaawa, HI
Violation: 712-1243, 329-43.5 & 329-55, HRS

4.  TRAVIS KANE
Property Seized: 2005 Toyota Tacoma 4-Door Truck, NRJ-191, VIN:  5TEJU62N95Z006231 (Est. Value: $19,000.00)
Date of Seizure: 6/22/06
Place of Seizure: Lumiaina Pl., Waipahu, HI
Violation: 708-841, HRS

5.  CONRAD V. KAM & CHRISTINA ORTOGERO
Property Seized: 1990 American Jeep Cherokee, JZA-247, VIN: 1J4FJ28L0LL106060 (Est. Value: $1,000.00)
Date of Seizure: 2/23/06; 6/29/06
Place of Seizure: Paleka Rd., Kaneohe, HI
Violation: 712-1242, 712-1243, 329-43.5 & 329-55, HRS

6.  TIFFANY BLANKENFELD & MAI LY SCHARA
Property Seized: 1988 Oldsmobile Cutlass Sedan, FRD-307, VIN: 2G3AS5130J2323095 (Est. Value: $1,000.00)
Date of Seizure: 4/24/06; 6/29/06
Place of Seizure: Waikaloa St., Waimanalo, HI
Violation: 708-830, 708-831 & 708-836.5, HRS

7.  DE-THI DAVIS
Property Seized: $2,097.00 in U.S. Currency
Date of Seizure: 6/15/06; 6/19/06
Place of Seizure: Kekaulike St., Hon., HI
Violation: 712-1241 & 712-1243, HRS

8.  DEVERLYN BAQUIRING
Property Seized: $1,348.00 in U.S. Currency; Sony 5-Disc AM/FM Cassette Player (Est. Value: $50.00); Polaroid 7” Portable DVD Player (Est. Value: $75.00); Enter Tech Any Sing Karaoke Unit (Est. Value: $300.00); Silver Audiovox Cellular Phone (Est.    Value: $25.00); Silver/Blue Audiovox Cellular Phone (Est. Value: $25.00); Compaq 15” Laptop Computer W/Adapter & Mouse (Est. Value: $1,500.00) (Aggregate Est. Value: $3,323.00)
Date of Seizure: 6/10/06
Place of Seizure: 1712 Kapalama Ave., Hon., HI
Violation: 712-1242, HRS

9.  CHERYL DELA CRUZ, JENNIFER POLINTAN, FRANCISCO POLINTAN, FRANCISCO POLINTAN, dba Polintan Construction & FRANCISCO POLINTAN, dba Superfeed
Property Seized: 2004 Chevrolet SUV, PBW-414, VIN: 1GNEC13VX4R259940 (Est.  Value: $12,000.00); 1999 Chevrolet SUV, JBU-759, VIN: 1GNEC13R1XJ542345 (Est. Value: $8,000.00); 2001 Ford Van, 558-TRC, VIN: 1FBSS31S81HA01893 (Est. Value: $10,000.00); 1995 Chevrolet Truck, 677-TPX, VIN: 1GCGC34K1SE131950 (Est. Value: $5,000.00) (Aggregate Est. Value: $35,000.00)
Date of Seizure: 6/22/06
Place of Seizure: 94-102 Hula St. Waipahu, HI & 94-474 Kupohi St., Waipahu, HI
Violation: 712-1241, 712-1242 & 712-1243, HRS

INSTRUCTIONS TO CLAIMANTS

Persons claiming an interest in the property listed herein may do one, and only one, of the following:

1) The Claimant may do nothing, in which case the property will be administratively   forfeited; or

2) The Claimant may file a Petition for Remission or Mitigation. A Petition for         Remission or Mitigation admits that the property is subject to forfeiture but asks the Attorney General to pardon the property, in whole or in part, due to extenuating   circumstances.  The Attorney General’s decision is final, not subject to appeal, and may be made without a hearing.  A Petition for Remission or Mitigation must be signed by the petitioner and sworn on oath before a notary public, & shall contain the following:

a) A reasonably complete description of the property;

b) A statement of the interest of the petitioner in the property, as owner or interest-holder, which may be supported by bills of sale, contracts, or mortgages, or   other documentary evidence; and

c) Facts and circumstances sufficient to show whether the petitioner:

  i) owns or holds an interest as defined by Section 712A-1, HRS, in the seized property;

  ii) had any knowledge that the property was or would be involved in any       violation of the law;

iii) had any knowledge of the particular violation which subjected the property to seizure and forfeiture;

  iv) had any knowledge that the user of the property had any record, including arrests, except where the person was acquitted or the charges dismissed due to lack of evidence, for the violation which subjected the property to seizure and forfeiture or for any crime which is similar in nature.

The Attorney General will inquire into the facts and circumstances alleged in the     Petition for Remission or Mitigation (”Petition”), if one is filed, and provide a written   decision on the Petition within sixty days.  If the circumstances of the case require more time, the Petitioner will be notified in writing, within the sixty day period of the circumstances requiring more time, and be further notified of the expected decision date; or

3) The Claimant may seek judicial determination of the forfeiture by filing a claim and cost or in pauperis bond. A claim shall be signed by the claimant and sworn on oath before a notary public and shall comply with the requirements of Section 712A-12(5), HRS. Specifically, the claim shall be signed by the claimant and sworn on oath before a notary public and shall set forth all the following:

a) The name of the claimant;

b) The address at which the claimant will accept future mailings from the court or the prosecuting attorney;

c) The nature and extent of the claimant’s interest in the property;

d) The time, transferor and circumstances of the claimant’s acquisition of the     interest in the property;

e) The specific provisions of Chapter 712A, HRS, relied on in asserting that the property seized for forfeiture is not subject to forfeiture;

f) Facts supporting each assertion that the property is not subject to forfeiture;

g) Any additional facts supporting the claimant’s claim; and

h) The precise relief sought. 

The claim must be accompanied by a cost bond in the amount of $2,500.00 or ten percent of the estimated value of the property, whichever is greater, or an in pauperis bond consisting of a declaration in the form of and containing the elements specified in the Appendix to the Hawaii Rules of Penal Procedure.

Upon receipt of a claim and bond, which substantially comply with the foregoing     requirements, the Attorney General will notify the Prosecuting Attorney who may either petition the Circuit Court for forfeiture of the property within forty-five (45) days of     receipt of notice that a proper claim and bond has been filed, or may elect to honor the claim and forego further forfeiture proceedings. If the Prosecuting Attorney forgoes     further proceedings, the seizing agency will be authorized to release the property, or some specified interest in it.  If the Prosecuting Attorney petitions the circuit court for forfeiture and the claimant fails to prove that his/her interest is exempt from forfeiture under Section 712A-5, HRS, the claimant shall pay the State’s costs and expenses,    including reasonable attorneys fees incurred in connection with a judicial proceeding.

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A Petition for Remission or Mitigation, or a claim and cost or in pauperis bond must be filed with the Attorney General at the address specified below within thirty days after the date of publication of this notice or actual receipt of the Petition for Administrative Forfeiture, whichever occurs first.  No extension of the filing deadline may be granted for owners or interest-holders who wish to file a Petition for Remission or Mitigation.  However, for a claim, one (1) extension of thirty (30) days for filing of the claim may be granted upon a written request demonstrating good cause provided that the request is received by the Attorney General within the thirty (30) day period for filing a claim.

Notice is also hereby given that the property will be forfeited to the State of Hawaii if a petition for remission or mitigation, or a claim and cost or in pauperis bond, is not filed with the Attorney General in substantial compliance with Sections 712A-10 and 712A-12(5), HRS.

Department of the Attorney General
Criminal Justice Division
425 Queen Street
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

DATED:  August 14, 2006

MARK J. BENNETT
Attorney General
(SB05524186 8/14/06) State of Hawaii


PUBLIC NOTICE
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) PROGRAM
PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS TRAINING SESSION

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a program requirements training session will be held on August 17, 2006 by the City and County of Honolulu pertaining to projects funded in Fiscal Year 2007 through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD’s) CDBG program. The training session will provide interested persons with a working understanding of the procedural and compliance requirements when CDBG funds have been awarded to a project.

Date: Thursday, August 17, 2006
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Registration begins at 8:30 a.m.
Place: Mission Memorial Auditorium
530 South King Street
(A Handicapped Accessible Site)
Metered parking available in Civic Center
Parking Structure or on King Street

The services of interpreters for non-English speaking persons or signers for the hearing-impaired will be made available upon request. Requests for these or other special   services must be made to the Department of Budget and Fiscal Services, by calling Eric Stoetzer at 527-5676 (V/TDD) or email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) no later than August 15, 2006.

All interested persons are invited to attend.

Mary Patricia Waterhouse, Director
Department of Budget and Fiscal Services
By order of MUFI HANNEMANN, MAYOR
(SB05524189 8/12/06) City and County of Honolulu


WASTEWATER SYSTEMS

PUBLIC NOTICE OF
VARIANCE APPLICATION NO. W W 224

DOCKET NO. 06 - V W W - 13

Pursuant to §342D-7(i), Hawaii Revised Statutes, the State Department of Health (DOH) seeks written comments from interested persons regarding the following. Mr. Derek Fujikami of the Hawaii Public Housing Authority HPHA, 1002 North School Street, Honolulu, Oahu has applied for a five (5) year variance from the following sections of Hawaii Administrative Rules (HAR), Chapter 11-62, Section 11-62-03 Definitions which states “Individual wastewater system means a facility which is designed to receive and dispose of no more than 1000 gallons per day of domestic wastewater. Individual wastewater systems may involve treatment processes and include, but are not limited to, septic tanks and household aerobic units with disposal system and cesspools. Each individual wastewater system shall be an independent system and shall have all of its plumbing, treatment (if any), and disposal components separate from any other wastewater system.”, Section 11-62-31.1(a)(2)(D) which states “the total wastewater flow into each individual wastewater system shall not exceed 1,000 gallons per day.”; Section 11-62-31.1(h) which states “Each individual wastewater system shall be an independent system and shall have all of its plumbing, treatment (if any), and disposal components separate from any other wastewater system system.”; and Section 11-62-31.1(a)(1)(D) which states “The total wastewater flow into one individual wastewater system shall not exceed one thousand gallons, and one individual wastewater system shall not serve more than five bedrooms, whether they are in one dwelling unit or two.”

Mr. Ronald Layaoen, Project Engineer, Okahara & Associates, Inc., 200 Kohola Street, Hilo, Hawaii is the individual authorized to act for the applicant. The applicant has stated that the estimated wastewater flows to the proposed individual wastewater systems exceed 1,000 gallons per day and more than two dwelling units are connected to each of the wastewater systems. The wastewater is generated from the Pahala Elderly Housing located at 96-1169 Kou Street, Pahala, Kau, Hawaii, TMK: (3) 9-6-017:037. The proposed septic system will utilize existing cesspools as a seepage pits for effluent disposal. The cesspools currently serve 24 dwelling units, a community center and laundry area.

The applicant has made the following comments:

1. The large capacity septic system proposed to serve the facility would not comply with HAR, Section 11-62-03 because the IWS would receive more than 1,000
gallons per day of wastewater. The estimated flow into the system would be 1,125 gallons per day.

2. The facility has been in operation for 36 years in this location using the existing cesspool. The installation of a wastewater treatment plant in lieu of a septic
system will not be possible due to space restrictions and may force the owner to abandon the business operation.

3. The applicant believes this variance request is in the public interest because the LCC will be upgraded to an IWS (septic system). The IWS plans will be designed by an engineer and will be submitted to DOH for review and approval. The new IWS will provide a better wastewater treatment system compared to the existing LCC. Therefore minimizes impact to the environment.

4. The existing LCC will be upgraded to an IWS (septic system). The IWS will provide a better treatment system prior to effluent disposal. The IWS will be designed and constructed to meet the Department of Health standards. The impact to the environment will be minimized compared to the current wastewater disposal.

5. The proposal treatment individual wastewater systems will provide greater protec- tion than the large capacity cesspools. The proposed IWS is an improvement to the existing cesspool in terms of wastewater treatment. The septic tank will
provide pretreatment and sludge removal prior to effluent disposal.

6. The existing location of the facility is severely restrictive. There is simply no space to construct a wastewater treatment plant.

7. The variance is requested for the maximum of five (5) years.

Plot maps have been attached to this application for variance but can not be shown here. If you would like to review the full submitted application, please call or write to the Wastewater Branch, 919 Ala Moana Boulevard, Room 309, Honolulu, Hawaii 96814-4920, telephone (808) 586-4294 or fax (808)586-4300 to obtain a copy or facsimile.

DOH will consider all written comments received within thirty days of this notice. If warranted, DOH may hold a public hearing on the variance application, after a separate thirty-day public notice. The final decision will be made on the basis of the application, related documents, written comments and the public hearing, if any.

CHIYOME L. FUKINO, M.D.
Director of Health (SB03509948 8/12/06)


NOTICE

The following Ordinance passed Final Reading at the meeting held by the Council of the City and County of Honolulu on July 19, 2006 and was subsequently     approved by the Mayor: 

Ordinance 06-38 [Bill 50 (2006), CD1] – A Bill for an Ordinance relating to real property taxation. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. - 9.
Approved/Effective:  August 3, 2006

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Copies of the foregoing Ordinance, in full, are available for use and examination during regular business hours at the City Clerk’s office, Room 203, Honolulu Hale. Also recently enacted ordinances amending the Revised     Ordinances of Honolulu 1990 are available on-line at http://www4.honolulu.gov/docushare/dsweb/HomePage.  Should you have any questions, please call 523-4480.

(SB05524064 8/11/06) DENISE C. DE COSTA, City Clerk


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

(Docket No. 06-CA-PA-15)

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 a DRAFT PERMIT presently under review for:

Temporary Covered Source Permit (CSP) No. 0242-01-CT
Application for Modification No. 0242-07
Goodfellow Brothers, Inc.
780 TPH Stone Processing Plant with 1,000 kW Diesel Engine Generator and 700 TPH Mobile Stone Processing Plant with Integral Diesel Engines
Located at various temporary sites, State of Hawaii

The DRAFT PERMIT is described as follows:

Temporary Covered Source Permit No. 0242-01-CT would grant conditional approval to operate the following equipment at various temporary locations throughout the state:

a. Non-Mobile Crushers
i. One (1) primary crusher;
ii. One (1) secondary crusher;
iii. One (1) tertiary crusher;
iv. One (1) 1,000 kW diesel engine generator (LP-84, LP-121, LP-130);
v. Three (3) screens - limited to one (1) mobile screen (K-145, K-147, or K-155);
vi. Four (4) storage piles; and
vii. Various conveyors.

b. Mobile Crushers
i. One (1) Mobile Jaw Crusher (K-148, K-149, K-150, K-151, or K-164);
ii. One (1) Mobile Cone Crusher (K-152);
iii. One (1) mobile screen (K-145, K-147, or K-155);
iv. Two (2) storage piles; and
v. Various conveyors.

The applicant is proposing to add three 420 TPH mobile screens and one 400 TPH   mobile jaw crusher to the inventory of equipment covered by this permit. The three   mobile screens are powered by a 96 hp diesel engine and are currently permitted under Noncovered Source Permit (NSP) No. 0584-01-NT.  Once the modification is complete, NSP No. 0584-01-NT will be closed.  The screens are track-mounted and use the     integral 96 hp diesel engine to power the drive train and screen.

The new 400 TPH mobile jaw crusher is identical to a few of the mobile jaw crushers currently in applicant’s inventory. The mobile jaw crusher is track-mounted and uses a 300 hp integral diesel engine to power the drive train and the jaw crusher.

The potential emission increase of particulate matter from the proposed modification is estimated to be less than one ton per year at each location. No other emissions       increases are expected from this modification.

The crushers covered under this permit, including the new 400 TPH mobile jaw crusher, are subject to the federal Standards of Performance for New Stationary Sources, Title 40 CFR, Part 60, Subpart OOO. The draft permit, if approved, will supersede the     current operating permit in its entirety.

The ADMINISTRATIVE RECORD, consisting of the APPLICATION and non-confidential supporting materials 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, Oahu 96814

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

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

€ Sanitation Branch, Keakealani Building, Department of Health
79-1020 Haukapila Street, Room 115, Kealakekua, Hawaii

Kauai:
€ Office of the Chief Sanitarian, Department of Health
3040 Umi Street, Lihue, Kauai

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 11, 2006.

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.  At the sole discretion of the Director of Health, 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 days in advance of the hearing.

Interested persons may obtain copies of the administrative record or parts thereof by paying five cents per page copying costs. Please send written requests to the Oahu office of the Clean Air Branch listed above or call Mr. Stuart Shoji at the Clean Air Branch in Honolulu at (808) 586-4200.

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.

Chiyome Leinaala Fukino, M.D.
(SB05524062 8/11/06) Director of Health


NOTICE TO INTERESTED PERSONS

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO interested persons that the applications listed below have been filed with the HAWAII PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION.  The applications are available for public inspection during regular business hours at the Commission’s office located at 465 South King Street, Room 103, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813.

Anyone who intends to intervene or participate in any of the dockets shall comply with Subchapter 4 of Chapter 6-61 of the Hawaii Administrative Rules, Rules of Practice and Procedure before the Public Utilities Commission. Motions to intervene or       participate shall be filed at the Commission’s office located at 465 South King Street, Room 103, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, NOT LATER THAN 20 DAYS AFTER THE         PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE (by AUGUST 31, 2006).

NEW APPLICATION(S) – MOTOR CARRIERS

DOCKET NO. 05-0251—KIM, IN SOOK, DBA HANALO TOURS
APPLICATION, FILED ON OCTOBER 5, 2005, AND AMENDED ON JULY 31, 2006, FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 8-TO-25 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU.

DOCKET NO. 06-0087—KD CONSTRUCTION, INC.
APPLICATION, FILED ON APRIL 10, 2006, AND AMENDED ON JULY 28, 2006, FOR A COMMON CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE DUMP TRUCK AND SPECIFIC COMMODITIES (HEAVY MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT) CLASSIFICATIONS, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU.

DOCKET NO. 06-0175—COUNTRY SHUTTLE INC.
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 8-TO-25 PASSENGER   CLASSIFICATION, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON JULY 6, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0177—GENESIS TRUCKING LLC
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE GENERAL COMMODITIES AND DUMP TRUCK CLASSIFICATIONS, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON JULY 7, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0178—LABANG, RANDOLPH L.
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 8-TO-25 PASSENGER   CLASSIFICATION, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON JULY 10, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0182—PANUI, INC.
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE DUMP TRUCK AND SPECIFIC COMMODITIES (HEAVY MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT) CLASSIFICATIONS, ON THE     ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON JULY 11, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0183—KAHALA FIVE STAR, INCORPORATED
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 1-TO-7 AND 8-TO-25     PASSENGER CLASSIFICATIONS, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON JULY 11, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0184—KIM, CHUNG SIK
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 8-TO-25 PASSENGER   CLASSIFICATION, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON JULY 11, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0185—TERADA, TETSUO
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 1-TO-7 PASSENGER     CLASSIFICATION, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON JULY 13, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0187—HUYNH, VINH KIEN
APPLICATION TO EXTEND CERTIFICATE NO. 1512-C TO INCLUDE THE 1-TO-7         PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON JULY 17, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0313—PETER, VANCE ERIC, DBA VANCE’S HAULING SERVICES
APPLICATION TO TRANSFER CERTIFICATE NO. 2139-C TO VANCE’S HAULING SERVICE LLC, IN THE DUMP TRUCK CLASSIFICATION, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON     JULY 21, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0314—FL TRANSPORTATION, INC.
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER PERMIT IN THE GENERAL COMMODITIES     CLASSIFICATION ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, UNDER CONTRACT WITH FRITO-LAY, INC., FILED ON JULY 21, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0318—LE, TONY
APPLICATION TO EXTEND CERTIFICATE NO. 1835-C TO INCLUDE THE 8-TO-25       PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON JULY 28, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0319—KAMA’AINA TRUCKING LLC
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE DUMP TRUCK           CLASSIFICATION, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON JULY 28, 2006.

(SB05524042 8/11/06) /s/ CARLITO P. CALIBOSO, CHAIRMAN


PUBLIC NOTICE
Availability of Environmental Assessment and
Draft Finding of No Significant Impact

Pursuant to the Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) Regulations (40 CFR Parts 1500-1508) for implementing the procedural provisions of the National Environmental Policy Act (42 USC 4321 et seq.) and Army   regulation 200-2 (32 CFR 651), the US Army Garrison, Hawai`i     (USAG-HI) prepared an environmental assessment (EA) to evaluate the restructuring of the United States Army, Pacific (USARPAC) forces from a primarily administrative headquarters units into a war-fighting       headquarters, with rapidly deployable subordinate commands primarily stationed at Fort Shafter, Hawai`i and using associated training areas on O`ahu and Hawai`i, Hawai`i.

The US Army Pacific (USARPAC) proposes to enhance its capabilities by restructuring USARPAC forces from primarily administrative head-    quarters units into a war-fighting headquarters with rapidly deployable subordinate commands that are primarily and centrally located at Fort Shafter, Hawai‘i. Associated with the proposed restructuring would be approximately 1,650 additional military personnel, approximately 450   additional vehicles, and a corresponding number of weapons.          Additionally, the Army proposes to construct a 225,000 square-foot   Command and Control Center (C2C) facility, a 150 person barracks, and two temporary motor pools at Fort Shafter. Construction would include associated utilities upgrades. The C2C would provide a consolidated and efficiently configured facility that would house a variety of functions   necessary to support the dynamic command and control requirements of the Asia-Pacific Theater.

The EA and draft FNSI are available for review and comment for 30 days, beginning on 8 August 2006 and ending on 7 September 2006. Copies of the EA and draft FNSI can be obtained by contacting the following local   libraries: Hawai`i State Public Library, UH Environmental Center,      Wahiawa Public Library, Mililani Public Library, Waianae Public Library, Waialua Public Library, Kahuku Public and School Libraries, Kapolei Public Library, Pearl City Public Library, Thelma Parker Memorial Public and School Libraries, Hilo Public Library, and Kailua-Kona Public Library, or by contacting the Transformation Office at phone (808) 655-5609.  Comments may be faxed to William Rogers at the Transformation Office at (808) 655-5649, mailed to the following address: Transformation Office (APVG-GCT), US Army Garrison, Hawaii, Fernandez Hall, Building 580, Schofield Barracks, HI 96857, attn: William Rogers, or e-mailed to     .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) and must be received by 7 September 2006.

Subject to review and consideration of comments submitted by         individuals, organizations, or agencies during the comment period, US Army Garrison, Hawaii intends to issue a final FNSI at the conclusion of the comment period and to proceed with the proposed action.
(SB05524063 8/8/06)


NOTICE OF ORDER
Setting the Minimum Price Paid Per Hundredweight
of Class I Milk in the Honolulu Milk Shed

  Notice is given that pursuant to section 157-33, Hawaii Revised Statutes, and section 4-60-9, Hawaii         Administrative Rules, the Board of Agriculture, by and through the manager of the Commodities Branch of the Department of Agriculture, on July 25, 2006, approved the establishment of the minimum price for class I milk in the Honolulu milk shed, based on milk with a butterfat   content of 3.3 per cent, at $27.50 per hundredweight in Order No. 08-MK-06-revised effective August 7, 2006.

Copies of Order No. 08-MK-06-revised are available at the Department of Agriculture, 1851 Auiki Street,    Honolulu, Hawaii 96819-3100 (Ph. 832-0700) and will be mailed to interested parties upon request. A         reproduction fee of 50 cents per page or fraction thereof, will be assessed for all requested copies.

Sandra Lee Kunimoto
(SB05523994 8/7/06) Chairperson, Board of Agriculture


The State of Hawaii, Department of Health (DOH), Solid Waste Branch, hereby notifies deposit beverage distributors that the Hawai‘i Deposit Beverage Container (DBC) Program’s container fee shall remain one-cent (1¢). (SB05523995 8/2/06)


PUBLIC NOTICE
INTENTION TO DISPOSE

Pursuant to Sections 171-53(b) and 171-16(d),    Hawaii Revised Statutes, the Board of Land and Natural Resources hereby gives notice of its intent to sell directly to the abutting owner, without recourse to public auction, reclaimed (filled) lands described as a portion of the   reclaimed lands fronting Lot 8 of Land Court Application 1319, situated at Lanihau-Iki, North Kona, Hawaii.  This sale shall enable purchaser to use said parcel in     consolidation with their abutting land.

  Area Abutting Parcel
(Sq. Ft.)   Sale Price   Tax Map Key

3,172 $70,000.00   7-5-05:12

Information related to this proposed sale may be     reviewed during office hours at the Department of Land and Natural Resources, Land Division, 1151 Punchbowl Street, Room 220, Honolulu, Hawaii and at the Offices of the Land Division on the islands of Hawaii, Maui and Kauai.  Call or write to any of these offices to request   information in an alternate format.

DONE at the office of the Department of Land and     Natural Resources this 27th day of July, 2006.

BOARD OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES
PETER T. YOUNG, Chairperson
(SB05523909 8/1/06)


NOTICE OF ORDER
Setting the Minimum Price Paid Per Hundredweight
of Class I Milk in the Honolulu Milk Shed

  Notice is given that pursuant to section 157-33, Hawaii Revised Statutes, and section 4-60-9, Hawaii         Administrative Rules, the Board of Agriculture, by and through the manager of the Commodities Branch of the Department of Agriculture, on July 24, 2006, approved the establishment of the minimum price for class I milk in the Honolulu milk shed, based on milk with a butterfat   content of 3.3 per cent, at $24.23 per hundredweight in Order No. 08-MK-06 effective August 1, 2006.

Copies of Order No. 08-MK-06 are available at the     Department of Agriculture, 1851 Auiki Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96819-3100 (Ph. 832-0700) and will be mailed to interested parties upon request. A reproduction fee of 50 cents per page or fraction thereof, will be assessed for all requested copies.

Sandra Lee Kunimoto
(SB05523896 8/1/06) Chairperson, Board of Agriculture


Friends of the Hawaii State Art Museum
present

Live from the Lawn

Ukulele Madness!
FEATURING

5:00 & 6:30 & 7:40 PM - See the Poet / On the Spot Improv
5:30 PM - Bill Tapia with Byron Yasui on bass
7:00 PM - Tony Gamble & his terrifying ukulele
8:00 PM - Herb Ohta Junior with James Pilgrim on guitar
and Michael Guerrero on bass
And more - Live Performance - 5 pm to 9 pm
Delicious food and margaritas by Compadres

* * * * FIRST FRIDAY * * * *


AUGUST 4, 2006 *  5 pm - 9 pm

FRONT LAWN of the HAWAII STATE ART MUSEUM

Additional support provided by the LEF Foundation


State of Hawaii
Notice of Public Participation and Input on the Proposed Revisions
to the Drinking Water Treatment Revolving Loan Fund Intended Use Plan for the State of Hawaii Fiscal Year (SFY) 2007 and
the Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2006 Appropriation
(Docket No. 06-SDW-SRF-02)

Pursuant to Chapters 342 and 91, Hawaii Revised Statutes, Section 101(e) of Public Law 92-500 and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Regulations, 40 CFR 35.2015, notice is hereby given that a public comment period is being initiated to   allow public participation and input on the revised Intended Use Plan for SFY 2007.  The Intended Use Plan was primarily revised to reflect comments made by the U.S.    Environmental Protection Agency, Region IX, to change the amounts to be set aside to fund other drinking water program activities.  These changes will increase the amount of funds available for loans.

In addition, the Priority List of Proposed Projects for SFY 2007 was revised to     incorporate revisions by the Maui Department of Water Supply, additional projects by the Honolulu Board of Water Supply, and changes to the priority list tie-breaking     procedures (Appendix C) to help simplify the ranking process.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency grants monies to the State of Hawaii   annually to construct drinking water facilities and support other drinking water       programs.  During SFY 2007, approximately $8,352,500 is expected to be allocated to the State of Hawaii.  In order to utilize the federal and matching state revolving funds, proposed projects must be prioritized and listed in the Priority List of Projects for SFY 2007 (Appendix B of the Intended Use Plan). 

Upon written request, a public hearing may be scheduled for any county.  Requests for a public hearing and any written comments must be received by the Safe Drinking Water Branch by August 28, 2006.  If public hearings are deemed appropriate, a   second public notice will be published with the date, time and location of the public hearings.

Information regarding the Intended Use Plan may be obtained by calling or writing to the Safe Drinking Water Branch Oahu address noted below.  The proposed Intended Use Plan for SFY 2007 will be on file and available for review from July 28, 2006 to August 28, 2006 at the locations listed below.  If, due to disability, you have special needs for commenting on the proposed Intended Use Plan, please contact the Safe Drinking Water Branch Oahu address noted below or call 586-4258 (voice) by August 28, 2006.

Oahu Kauai
Safe Drinking Water Branch District Health Office
State Department of Health Department of Health
919 Ala Moana Blvd., Rm 308 3040 Umi Street
Honolulu, Hawaii 96814 Lihue, Hawaii 96766
Telephone: (808) 586-4258 Telephone: (808) 241-3323
Contact: Stuart Yamada Contact: Jude Schwarze

East Hawaii West Hawaii
Environmental Health Facility Department of Health
Department of Health Keakealani Building
1582 Kamehameha Avenue 79-1020 Haukapila St., Rm 110
Hilo, Hawaii 96720 Kealakekua, Hawaii 96750
Telephone: (808) 933-0401 Telephone: (808) 322-1507
Contact: Theresa McGeehan-Takiue Contact: Paul Okuna

Maui
District Health Office
Department of Health
54 High Street
Wailuku, Hawaii 96793
Telephone: (808) 984-8234
Contact: Gordon Muraoka (SB05523812 7/28/06)


DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
NOTICE OF SOLICITATION OF COMMENTS
STATEWIDE TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (STIP)
AMENDMENT NO. 7
FISCAL YEARS 2006 to 2008

The State Department of Transportation is providing an opportunity for the public to submit comments on the proposed Amendment #7 to the Fiscal Year (FY) 2006 to 2008 Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP). The STIP document   identifies projects that are to be programmed for federal Highway or Transit funding. 

The intent of this amendment is to reflect changes to Federal Transit Administration (FTA) funded projects on Oahu only.  In summary, these changes will account for   project development schedule and cost changes and will reflect newly acquired     program funding information, as reflected in Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Amendments #5 and #6.

Interested parties may review the amendment on our website at:

http://www.hawaii.gov/dot/stp/stip/fy2006-2008amend.htm

Or at the Oahu Metropolitan Planning Organization’s website at:

http://oahumpo.org/TIP/tip.html#0608

Hard copies of the proposed STIP amendment may be obtained by calling (808)    587-6355, or by using the contact information below.

Comments will be accepted until Friday, August 11, 2006 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 (SB05523785 7/28/06)



DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
NOTICE OF SOLICITATION OF COMMENTS
STATEWIDE TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (STIP)
AMENDMENT NO. 5
FISCAL YEARS 2006 to 2008

The State Department of Transportation is providing an opportunity for the public to submit comments on the proposed Amendment #5 to the Fiscal Year (FY) 2006 to 2008 Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP). The STIP document   identifies projects that are to be programmed for federal Highway or Transit funding. 

The intent of this amendment is to reflect changes to FHWA-funded projects located throughout the State.  Some changes are a result of project development adjustments to schedules and estimates.  Also, due to a number of high project bids, other project deferrals are needed to address fiscal constraint issues. 

This STIP amendment includes Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) amendments #7 and #8 for Oahu FHWA projects.

Interested parties may review the amendment on our website at:

http://www.hawaii.gov/dot/stp/stip/fy2006-2008amend.htm

Or at the Oahu Metropolitan Planning Organization’s website at:

http://oahumpo.org/TIP/tip.html#0608

Hard copies of the proposed STIP may be obtained by calling (808) 587-6355, or by using the contact information below.

Comments will be accepted until Friday, August 11, 2006 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 (SB05523784 7/28, 8/1/06)


NOTICE

The COUNCIL OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU at its meeting held on July 19, 2006, passed the following bills on Second Reading by the following votes:

Bill 87 (2004), CD1 – The purpose of this bill is to     establish new recycling, reuse, composting and waste   diversion goals for the city for its municipal solid waste.
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. – 9. 

Bill 52 (2006), CD1 – The purpose of this bill is to     exclude from the calculation of rent payable for the Neal S. Blaisdell Center’s arena, concert hall, meeting rooms, and for the Waikiki Shell monetary donations collected by a religious organization as part of its worship services held there. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. – 9. 

Bill 54 (2006), CD1 – The purpose of this bill is to make certain changes to the county tax credit to address   concerns raised regarding the implementation of the tax credit by the State Department of Taxation and to       alleviate the burden on the State to provide the certified copies of the titleholder’s State of Hawaii income tax   return. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. – 8. 
EXCUSED: Councilmember Garcia. – 1. 

Bill 57 (2006) – The purpose of this bill relates to the   Executive Operating Budget and Program for Fiscal Year July 1, 2006 to June 30, 2007, Executive Operating Budget Ordinance Amendment No. 1, to provide a $5,000,000 guarantee of payment for services rendered by the vendor contracted by the State of Hawaii,      Department of Taxation for the assessment, collection, and administration of the county surcharge on state tax commencing January 1, 2007, pursuant to Act 247,  Session Laws of Hawaii 2005 and Ord. No. 05-027.
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. – 9. 

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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.  Bills are also available on-line at http://www4.honolulu. gov/docushare/dsweb/HomePage.  Should you have any questions, please call 523-4480. 

(SB05523806 7/27/06) DENISE C. DE COSTA, City Clerk


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

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE PERSONS IDENTIFIED HEREIN AND ALL OTHERS WHO MAY HAVE AN INTEREST that administrative forfeiture proceedings have been       commenced against the property listed herein by the filing with the Attorney General of Petitions for Administrative Forfeiture pursuant to Chapter 712A, (Hawaii Omnibus Criminal Forfeiture Act), Hawaii Revised Statutes (“HRS”).  The appearance of names of persons and business entities in this notice does not mean that they are criminal   suspects; it only means that the state believes they may have an interest in the       described property.

1.  LORIE RODRIGUES & RANDOLPH DUNCAN
Property Seized: Springfield Armory Antique Gun W/Bayonet, Model 1898, SN: 306718 (Est. Value: $25.00); Antique Long Gun, SN: 72688 (Est. Value: $25.00); LA Company Antique Long Gun, 1864 (Est. Value: $25.00); Kenwood Car Stereo, SN: 10229712 (Est. Value: $10.00); Kenwood Car Stereo, SN: 20806886 (Est. Value: $10.00); Kenwood Car Stereo, SN: 30701157 (Est. Value: $10.00); Rampage Car Stereo, SN: ACD-83 (Est. Value: $10.00); Pioneer Car Stereo, SN: 004844 (Est. Value: $10.00); Blaupunkt Car Stereo, SN: RPD552 (Est. Value: $10.00); Sony Car Stereo, SN: 3636139 (Est. Value: $10.00); Graphic Equalizer, SN: 12940748 (Est. Value: $10.00); Supersonic Car Stereo, SN: SC-1520 (Est. Value: $10.00); Pioneer Car   Stereo, SN: A1H1013689 (Est. Value: $10.00); Kenwood Car Stereo, SN: 90902515 (Est. Value: $10.00); Sansui Amplifier, SN: 636015433 (Est. Value: $10.00); Kicker Car Amplifier (Est. Value: $10.00); Bass Thrust Amplifier, MOD 44 (Est. Value: $10.00); Hexfet Super Bass 2-Channel 400 Watts, SN: 93050788 (Est. Value: $10.00); 214130 Power Logic Amplifier, SN: COA 360A2 (Est. Value: $10.00);    Rockford Rosgate Car Amplifier (Est. Value: $10.00); Phoenix Digital Car Amplifier (Est. $10.00); Alpine Car Amplifier (Est. Value: $10.00); 682 DVD Video Player, SN: D090402021 (Est. Value: $20.00); Polaroid DVD Video Player 12057, SN: 0204000103 (Est. Value: $30.00); Urban Car Equalizer, SN: U95070129 (Est. Value: $10.00); Sharp Palm Pilot, SN; 4U028 (Est. Value: $50.00); Realistic Scanner, SN: 250457707 (Est. Value: $10.00); Sony Digital Handycam, SN: 84522 (Est. Value: $50.00); Jenoptik Camera, SN: 55203484 W/Blue & Black Case (Est. Value: $25.00); Kodak Digital Camera 224, SN: EKT946052 W/Blue & Black Case (Est. Value: $50.00); GPX Lantern TV Radio (Est. Value: $20.00); 2 Jensen Car Speakers (Est.  Value: $10.00); Dewalt Cordless Drill W/Case (Est. Value: $50.00); Harry & David Backpack W/Dishes (Est. Value: $20.00); Irwin Drill Bit Set, SN: 53226 (Est. Value: $10.00); 2 Replica Toy Guns (Est. Value: $10.00); Uniden Bearcat Scanner, SN: 35004929 (Est. Value: $10.00); AKate Spade Purse, SN: AH7229385 (Est. Value: $10.00); Gun Scope (Est. Value: $30.00); Numerous Assorted Plastic Cards (Est.    Value: $10.00); Canon Camera, SN: 12A207352 W/Green Bag (Est. Value: $50.00); Green Military Bullet Proof Vest (Est. Value: $10.00); Canon Photo Printer W/Box, SN: 7121401253 (Est. Value: $50.00); 3 Decorative Knives (Est. Value: $10.00); Ukulele W/Decorative Flowers & Black Case (Est. Value: $10.00); Cyclops Flashlight (Est.  Value: $10.00); 5 Canoe Paddles (Est. Value: $100.00); 22 Commemorative Coins in Plastic Coffee Case (Est. Value: $83.75) (Aggregate Est. Value: $1,013.75)
Date of Seizure: 7/22/05; 9/7/05
Place of Seizure: 47-031 Okana Rd., Kaneohe, HI
Violation: 712-1242, 712-1243, 329-43.5 & 329-55, HRS

2.  JOVEN L. TALERO
Property Seized: 1996 Chevrolet S-10 Truck, GEB-001, VIN: 1GCCS1941T8115618 (Est. Value: $1,000.00)
Date of Seizure: 12/12/05
Place of Seizure: Mahea St., Mililani, HI
Violation: 708-830, 708-831, 712-1243, 329-43.5 & 329-55, HRS

3.  MARK C. KAINUMA
Property Seized: 1996 Toyota Corolla Sedan, MBV-154, VIN: JT2BB02E6T0110348 (Est. Value: $2,000.00)
Date of Seizure: 12/5/05; 12/29/05
Place of Seizure: Hoolehua St., Pearl City, HI
Violation: 707-720, HRS

4.  KEO AIWOHI
Property Seized: 1995 Honda Civic Sedan, NBZ-525, VIN: JHMEG8645SS017960 (Est. Value: $2,000.00)
Date of Seizure: 12/21/05
Place of Seizure: Farrington Hwy., Nanakuli, HI
Violation: 708-830 & 708-831, HRS

5.  RENO YAW & RYAN K. AGBAYANI
Property Seized: 1996 Saturn Sedan, GGC-172, VIN: 1G8ZH528XTZ328584 (Est.  Value: $3,000.00)
Date of Seizure: 12/25/05
Place of Seizure: Farrington Hwy., Makaha, HI
Violation: 708-830 & 708-836.5, HRS

6.  ADAM KAIO, ANGELA OLGUIN, DANIEL BARRINUEBO, SYLVIA MARTIN &      RANDOLPH BROOKS FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
Property Seized: $2,215.00 in U.S. Currency; 1995 Honda Van, GAS-626, VIN: JHMRA1846CS004524 (Est. Value: $2,000.00); HP Printer (Est. Value: $200.00); Craftsman Rechargeable 14.4 Volt Drill & Flashlight (Est. Value: $100.00); Acer LCD Monitor (Est. Value: $200.00); Sony Docking Station (Est. Value: $200.00); 2 Sony Speakers (Est. Value: $100.00); 2 JBL Speakers (Est. Value: $100.00); X-Box Game System W/Controllers (Est. Value: $150.00); Playstation Game System W/Controllers (Est. Value: $150.00); Compaq Wireless Mouse (Est. Value: $50.00); Sony PSP (Est. Value: $200.00); 13 Assorted Games & DVD’s (Est. Value: $500.00); Silver Ring W/Clear Stone (Est. Value: $5,000.00) (Aggregate Est. Value: $11,215.00)
Date of Seizure: 1/10/06
Place of Seizure: Honolulu Zoo parking lot, Hon., HI
Violation: 712-1241, 329-16(e) & 329-42, HRS

7.  SUNDANCE AONA
Property Seized: $145.77 in U.S. Currency
Date of Seizure: 1/2/06
Place of Seizure: Aala Park, Hon., HI
Violation: 712-1243, 329-43.5 & 329-55, HRS

8.  REYNALD JUBILADO
Property Seized: 1989 Honda Sedan, HNJ-304, VIN: 1HGCA6264KA013279 (Est.  Value: $1,000.00)
Date of Seizure: 12/1/05; 1/13/06
Place of Seizure: 98-429 Kaamilo St., Aiea, HI
Violation: 708-810, HRS

9.  LUCKY KAU’I HIRAKAWA & SUZANNE PEREZ HIRAKAWA
Property Seized: 1995 Dodge Laramie SLT Extended Truck, JXE-360, VIN: 3B7HC13Z6SM121027 (Est. Value: $4,500.00)
Date of Seizure: 1/19/06; 1/26/06
Place of Seizure: 85-1195 Keliikipi St., Waianae, HI
Violation: 712-1241, HRS

10.  SILILA PURCELL
Property Seized: $4,942.00 in U.S. Currency; 1,793 Poker Chips (Est. Value: $1,793.30); 24 Poker Chip Trays (Est. Value: $24.00); 2 Large Chip Trays (Est. Value: $10.00); Card Shoe (Est. Value: $5.00); 90 Dice Multi-Colored (Est. Value: $10.00); White Tray (Est. Value: $1.00); Silver Bell (Est. Value: $5.00); Green Felt (Est. Value: $10.00); 2 Plastic Wafers (Est. Value: $2.00); 194 Decks Playing Cards (Est. Value: $194.00) (Aggregate Est. Value: $6,996.30)
Date of Seizure: 12/28/05
Place of Seizure: 1735 Kalakaua Ave., Hon., HI
Violation: 712-1223 & 712-1230, HRS

11.  TERESA M. AMOS
Property Seized: 1995 Toyota Previa Van, FXG-500, VIN: JT3AC12RXS1162636 (Est. Value: $2,000.00)
Date of Seizure: 1/29/06; 2/3/06
Place of Seizure: 700 Keeaumoku St., Hon., HI
Violation: 708-836.5, 708-8102, 708-891 & 708-894, HRS

12.  CHRISTOPHER HEPA
Property Seized: 2003 Suzuki Sedan, NGF-286, VIN: JS2RC41H035207723 (Est.  Value: $8,500.00); Assorted Car Parts, Tires, Rims & Accessories, Stereo Equipment, Musical Instruments, Sports Equipment, Tools, Computers & Accessories, Cameras & Accessories (Est. Value: $6,750.00) (Aggregate Est. Value: $15,250.00)
Date of Seizure: 12/2/05 & 1/13/06; 1/4/06
Place of Seizure: 92-1230 Palahia St., Kapolei, HI & Pearl City, HI.
Violation: 712-1241, HRS

13.  WAYNE ISHIZAKI
Property Seized: $1,430.00 in U.S. Currency; Sony PSP Playstation W/Disc (Est.    Value: $300.00); 3 Gold Men’s Necklaces (Est. Value: $1,500) (Aggregate Est. Value: $3,230.00)
Date of Seizure: 8/22/05
Place of Seizure: 99-231 Ohekani Lp., Aiea, HI
Violation: 712-1241, 329-41 & 329-55, HRS

14.  GETHSEMANE PITA & AL NEEMIA
Property Seized: $2,358.00 in U.S. Currency
Date of Seizure: 4/12/05; 1/26/06
Place of Seizure: 415 Nahua St., Rm. 612, Hon., HI
Violation: 712-1243, HRS

15.  HERMAN F. MIRANDA
Property Seized: 1989 Nissan Truck, FWY-437, VIN: 1N6ND16S6KC392120 (Est.  Value: $500.00)
Date of Seizure: 2/12/06
Place of Seizure: Hala Dr., Hon., HI
Violation: 708-840, HRS

16.  RALPH BARON
Property Seized: 1986 Nissan Truck, NXF-600, VIN: JN6ND11SXGW042468 (Est.    Value: $2,000.00)
Date of Seizure: 1/18/06
Place of Seizure: Kaalaea Rd., Kaneohe, HI
Violation: 708-830, 708-831 & 708-836.5, HRS

17.  JERRY GEORGE “JAY” SOUZA II
Property Seized: 1993 Honda Sedan, NSV-279, VIN: 1HGEG8552PL016425 (Est. Value: $10,000.00)
Date of Seizure: 1/27/06
Place of Seizure: 96-135 E Waiawa Rd., Pearl City, HI
Violation: 708-830, 708-831, 712-1243, 329-43.5 & 329-55, HRS

18.  YONG GUO
Property Seized: $4,071.00 in U.S. Currency
Date of Seizure: 2/10/06
Place of Seizure: 111 N. King St., Hon., HI
Violation: 712-1223 & 712-1230, HRS

19.  ISI KELI LANGI
Property Seized: $4,770.00 in U.S. Currency
Date of Seizure: 1/31/06
Place of Seizure: 1687 Kapiolani Blvd., Hon., HI
Violation: 712-1223 & 712-1230, HRS

20.  CAMERON B. TAKEUCHI
Property Seized: 2000 Lexus GS-300 Sedan, NVW-725, VIN: JT8BD68S9Y0114563 (Est. Value: $18,000.00)
Date of Seizure: 2/22/06
Place of Seizure: Komo Mai Dr., Pearl City, HI
Violation: 134-6, 712-1243, 329-43.5 & 329-55, HRS

21.  LISA JONES, aka Lisa Wendell & BUTCH BURKE
Property Seized: 1999 Dodge Truck, NYF-406, VIN: 1B7GG22Y8XS255244 (Est.    Value: $7,000.00)
Date of Seizure: 1/6/06; 2/7/06
Place of Seizure: 1886 Kapiolani Blvd., Apt. C, Hon., HI
Violation: 708-810, 708-830, 708-831, 712-1243, 329-43.5 & 329-55, HRS

22.  ROCKJOHN D. CASINTAHAN & JOVITO G. CASINTAHAN
Property Seized: $2,393.50 in U.S. Currency; 1994 Honda Sedan, FET-353, VIN: JHMBB2250RC003661 (Est. Value: $3,000.00) (Aggregate Est. Value: $5,393.50)
Date of Seizure: 2/8/06
Place of Seizure: 94-125 Pahu St., No. 5, Waipahu, HI
Violation: 712-1243, 329-43.5 & 329-55, HRS

23.  HEIDI U.P. LOPES & BRYAN K. HIGA
Property Seized: $14,223.78 in U.S. Currency; 1997 Dodge Van, GSD-844, VIN: 2B4FP2532VR448917 (Est. Value: $2,500.00); Gold Hawaiian Bracelet W/”Uilani” in Blue (Est. Value: $25.00); Gold Hawaiian Bracelet w/”Pamaika’ Ihealani” (Est. Value: $25.00); Gold Chain (Est. Value: $10.00); Gold Turtle Bracelet (Est. Value: $10.00); Gold Heart Pendant (Est. Value: $5.00); Black Ring W/Gold Chain & Black Pendant W/”D” Letter (tangled together) (Est. Value: $5.00); Gold Hawaiian Ring W/”Bryan Heidi” in Black (Est. Value: $10.00); Gold Hawaiian Ring (Est. Value: $10.00); Gold Ring (Est. Value: $10.00); Dell Ultra Sharp Computer (Est. Value: $50.00); Sylvania Video Camera & Monitor (Est. Value: $50.00); 1 Pair Kicker Speakers, SN: DS60 (Est. Value: $20.00); Samsung Portable DVD Player (Est. Value: $50.00); X-Box Game   System W/Controls & Nintendo Controls (Est. Value: $50.00); Ryobi 14.4 Volt Drill W/Case (Est. Value: $50.00); Power Pack 400 Plus, SN: C12109582 (Est. Value: $20.00); Numerous Assorted DVDs & Games (Est. Value: $25.00); 3 DVD/CD Cases W/Assorted CDs & DVDs (Est. Value: $50.00); Chrome-Finished Speaker System   Amplifier, 12VDC (Est. Value: $10.00); Craftsman Sawzall W/Blades & Black Canvas Bag (Est. Value: $50.00); Toshiba 15” Color TV, SN: 15DL15 (Est. Value: $200.00); 8 Assorted Cellular Phones (Est. Value: $20.00); 3 Assorted Pagers (Est. Value: $10.00); All Trade 5-Gallon Twin Tank Compressor W/Rubber Hose (Est. Value: $50.00);    Callaway Big Bertha Golf Club (Est. Value: $100.00); Gray Speaker Box W/2 Speakers (Est. Value: $10.00); 9 Unknown Computer CPU & Keyboards (Est. Value: $20.00); 3 Paintball Guns (Est. Value: $50.00); 2 Unknown Digital Cameras (Est. Value: $100.00); 35MM Camera (Est. Value: $25.00); Video Camera (Est. Value: $50.00); 2 HP Laptop Computers (Est. Value: $200.00): Palm Pilot (Est. Value: $25.00); Audiovox 5” Monitor (Est. Value: $75.00); Panasonic Tape Recorder (Est. Value: $25.00); 2 Car Stereo Speakers (Est. Value: $25.00); Brown Bag W/Numerous Paintball Air Tanks (Est. Value: $10.00); PSP Game Systems in Black Zipper Case (Est. Value: $50.00); Sharp LCD Projector, Model No. PG-B10S W/Remote, SN: 407922907 (Est. Value: $200.00) (Aggregate Est. Value: $18,503.78)
Date of Seizure: 2/7/06
Place of Seizure: 45-571 #A Keaahala Rd., Kaneohe, HI
Violation: 712-1242, 712-1243, 329-43.5 & 329-55, HRS

24.  PETERSON CABLAY, RODNEY CARIAGA & MARNI JARRETT
Property Seized: $561.87 in U.S. Currency; RCA 25” Color TV (Est. Value: $25.00);  Sony 20” Color TV (Est. Value: $25.00); JVC DVD Player (Est. Value: $25.00); AM/FM Cassette CD Player (Est. Value: $10.00); 1 Pair Panasonic Speakers (Est. Value: $10.00); Gold 20” Rope Chain W/”B” Pendant (Est. Value: $100.00) (Aggregate Est. Value: $756.87)
Date of Seizure: 2/17/06
Place of Seizure: 1915 Eluwene St., Hon., HI
Violation: 712-1243, 329-43.5 & 329-55, HRS

25.  LARRY PALAYLAY
Property Seized: $721.00 in U.S. Currency
Date of Seizure: 2/23/06
Place of Seizure: Pauahi St., Hon., HI
Violation: 712-1242, HRS

26.  RAYMOND L. KNUTSON
Property Seized: $511.00 in U.S. Currency
Date of Seizure: 1/5/06; 3/13/06
Place of Seizure: Renton Rd., Ewa Beach, HI
Violation: 712-1243, 329-43.5 & 329-55, HRS

27.  CHANG B. DING
Property Seized: $1,492.00 in U.S. Currency; 116 Decks Playing Cards (Est. Value: $232.00); 94 Packs Cigarettes (Est. Value: $376.00) (Aggregate Est. Value: $2,100.00)
Date of Seizure: 2/22/06
Place of Seizure: 655 Keeaumoku St., Hon., HI
Violation: 712-1222, HRS

28.  ALEJANDRO S. PANARES, JR.
Property Seized: $332.00 in U.S. Currency; 1993 Honda Accord, NWA-198, VIN: 1HGCB7693PA107717 (Est. Value: $5,000.00); 1995 Sanyang Moped, SN: REGBS1AJ05SFT0903 (Est. Value: $1,000.00); Sharp LCD TV (Est. Value: $1,000.00) (Aggregate Est. Value: $7,332.00)
Date of Seizure: 2/16/06
Place of Seizure: 1750 Kalakaua Ave., #1501, Hon., HI
Violation: 712-1241, HRS

29.  PETOLO TUNOA & QUI HE also known as Qin He
Property Seized: $4,724.00 in U.S. Currency; 361 Decks Bicycle Playing Cards (Est. Value: $722.00); 4 13” TV Monitors (Est. Value: $200.00); 1 Set Game Tiles (Est.  Value: $50.00); 4 Chip Trays, Black (Est. Value: $8.00); Card Shoe (Est. Value: $20.00); 99 Packs Cigarettes (Est. Value: $99.00); 1,842 Poker Chips (Est. Value: $400.00); Table Felt (Est. Value: $1.00) (Aggregate Est. Value: $6,224.00)
Date of Seizure: 2/21/06
Place of Seizure: 655 Keeaumoku St., Hon., HI
Violation: 712-1222 & 712-1230, HRS

30.  HENRY K. LII & LINDA MASUDA
Property Seized: $2,390.00 in U.S. Currency; 2 24” Gold Rope Chain Necklaces (Est. Value: $2,000.00); 26” Gold Rope Chain Necklace (Est. Value: $1,000.00); 9” Link Bracelet (Est. Value: $100.00); 2 Assorted Pendants (Est. Value: $500.00); Gold Ring W/Green Stone (Est. Value: $100.00); Gold Ring W/Clear Stones (Est. Value: $200.00); Tag Heuer Women’s Watch (Est. Value: $300.00) (Aggregate Est. Value: $6,590.00)
Date of Seizure: 3/13/06
Place of Seizure: Hon., HI
Violation: 712-1241, HRS

31.  XIUMEI XUE
Property Seized: $17,428,00 in U.S. Currency; 5 TV Monitors (Est. Value: $250.00); Combination TV & VCR (Est. Value: $50.00); DVD Player (Est. Value: $50.00); Door Buzzer (Est. Value: $20.00); Peep Hole (Est. Value: $20.00); 2 Power Strips (Est.  Value: $20.00); 4 Surveillance Cameras (Est. Value: $200.00); 2 Intercoms (Est.    Value: $40.00); Walkie-Talkie (Est. Value: $50.00); 2,247 Poker Chips (Est. Value: $500.00); 144 Packs of Cigarettes (Est. Value: $144.00); Card Shoe (Est. Value: $20.00); Game Tiles (Est. Value: $10.00); Green Table Felt (Est. Value: $10.00); 7 Chip Racks (Est. Value: $50.00); 214 Packs Playing Cards (Est. Value: $100.00)  (Aggregate Est. Value: $18,962.00)
Date of Seizure: 3/2/06
Place of Seizure: 1735 Kalakaua Ave., Hon., HI
Violation: 712-1222 & 712-1230, HRS

32.  DEBORAH JEAN IREBARIA, also known as Deborah Souza, HAYDEN Y. T. KAM & GORDON SILVA
Property Seized: $1,568.96 in U.S. Currency; 1993 Ford Aerostar Van, FXX-667, VIN: 1FMCA11U1PZB52405 (Est. Value: $500.00); Clear Stone Resembling a Diamond (Est. Value: $200.00); 2.5” x 2’ Kenmore Refrigerator, Brown (Est. Value: $25.00); 2’ x 2’ Kenmore Refrigerator (Est. Value: $10.00); Toshiba 13” Color TV (Est. Value: $10.00); Nintendo Game Cube W/Controller (Est. Value: $5.00); Apex Digital DVD Player (Est. Value: $10.00); Microsoft X-Box W/Controller (Est. Value: $20.00); Casio 2” Portable Color TV (Est. Value: $20.00); Coleman High Power Flashlight W/Charger (Est. Value; $5.00); Huskey 750 Watt Power Inverter (Est. Value: $20.00); Koss AM/FM/Cassette/CD Player (Est. Value: $20.00); Power 75 Amp Battery Charger (Est. Value: $20.00); Honda Gas/Electric Generator (Est. Value: $20.00); GPX AM/FM/CD/TV Player (Est. Value: $20.00); Coleman Portable LP Stove (Est. Value: $20.00) (Aggregate Est. Value: $2,493.96)
Date of Seizure: 2/27/06
Place of Seizure: 140 Puuhale Rd., Hon., HI
Violation: 712-1243, 329-43.5 & 329-55, HRS

33.  MARTZES JUNIOR
Property Seized: $1,022.00 in U.S. Currency
Date of Seizure: 3/28/06
Place of Seizure: 201 Ohua St., #814, Hon., HI
Violation: 712-1241, HRS

34.  RONALDO TAGALICUD & LEILANI TAGALICUD
Property Seized: $4,719.08 in U.S. Currency; 1993 Acura Integra Sedan, GTB-205, VIN: JH4DA9444PS020538 (Est. Value: $1,500.00); Black Draw-String Bag (Est.  Value: $1.00); Gold Ring W/Clear Stone (Est. Value: $20.00); Silver Ring W/Black   Accents (Est. Value: $20.00); Silver Ring W/Bird Head (Est. Value: $20.00); Gold Ring W/Amber Stone (Est. Value: $20.00); Gold Ring W/Multi Stones (Est. Value: $20.00); Silver Ring (Est. Value: $20.00); Smooth Silver Ring (Est. Value: $20.00); Gold & Black Ring W/3 Clusters (Est. Value: $20.00); Gold Ring (Est. Value: $20.00); Silver Ring W/Clear Stone (Est. Value: $50.00); Gold Earring W/Kanji (Est. Value: $20.00); Gold Picture Pendant (Est. Value: $10.00); Gold Religious Pendant (Est. Value: $10.00); Gold Crucifix (Est. Value: $10.00); Gold Earring (Est. Value: $10.00); Silver Earrings (Est. Value: $10.00); Gold Heart Pendant (Est. Value: $10.00); Gold Earring W/Playboy Pendant (Est. Value: $10.00); Gold Honu Earring (Est. Value: $10.00); Black Pearl Earring (Est. Value: $50.00); Gold Multi-Stone Earring (Est. Value: $10.00); Green Stone Frog Pendant (Est. Value: $10.00); 18” Gold Necklace (Est.  Value: $20.00); 6” Gold Ankle Chain (Est. Value: $10.00); Gold Flower Earring (Est. Value: $10.00); Gold Flower Earring (Est. Value: $10.00); Gold & Black Earring (Est. Value: $10.00); 6” Gold Chain (Est. Value: $10.00); 6” Ankle Bracelet (Est. Value: $10.00); Gold Earring W/Pearl (Est. Value: $10.00); Gold Buddah Earring (Est. Value: $10.00); Gold Earring W/Clear & Red Stones (Est. Value: $10.00); Silver Earrings W/2 Balls (Est. Value: $10.00); 16” Silver Chain (Est. Value: $20.00); Gold Earring (Est. Value: $10.00); Silver Oval Shaped Ring (Est. Value: $5.00); Silver Ring W/3 Balls (Est. Value: $5.00); Silver Band Ring (Est. Value: $5.00); Silver Ring W/Green Stone (Est. Value: $5.00); Silver Leaf Ring (Est. Value: $5.00); Silver Ring W/Eagle (Est.  Value: $5.00); Silver Ring W/Blue Stones (Est. Value: $5.00); Gold Cone-Shaped Ring W/Multi Stones (Est. Value: $5.00); Gold Ring W/Green & Red Stones (Est. Value: $20.00); Bronze Toe Ring (Est. Value: $2.00); Silver U.S.C.G. Pendant (Est. Value: $5.00); Gold Kanji Pendant (Est. Value: $10.00); Gold “Texas” Pendant (Est. Value: $10.00); Gold Tear Drop Earring (Est. Value: $20.00); Silver Oval Pendant W/Green Stone (Est. Value: $10.00); Gold Tear Drop Pendant W/White & Brown Stone (Est.  Value: $20.00); Silver Bracelet W/Colored Stones (Est. Value: $10.00); Gold Anne Klein Watch (Est. Value: $10.00); Silver & Gold Gucci Watch (Est. Value: $10.00);  Vincence Watch W/Black Band (Est. Value: $5.00); Silver Necklace (Est. Value: $5.00); Gold Necklace (Est. Value: $10.00); Gold Necklace W/Floral Pendant (Est.  Value: $20.00); Brown & Black Nine West Handbag (Est. Value: $2.00); Curtis Mathis Tranice TV (Est. Value: $50.00); X-Box Game W/Controller (Est. Value: $25.00);  Panasonic 5-Disc Sound System W/5 Speakers (Est. Value: $75.00); Canon Power Shot Digital Camera (Est. Value: $50.00); Victor Digital Video Camera (Est. Value: $50.00); Polaroid 7” DVD Player (Est. Value: $50.00) (Aggregate Est. Value: $7,279.08)
Date of Seizure: 3/11/06; 3/31/06
Place of Seizure: 766 Puuhale Rd., #766, Hon., HI; 3253 N. Nimitz Hwy., Rm. 109, Hon., HI
Violation: 712-1241, 712-1243, 329-43.5 & 329-55, HRS

35.  BARCLAY A. BENDER & KRISTOPHER M. SALL
Property Seized: 1994 Dodge Truck, NXP-733, VIN: 1B7GG23Y1RS649587 (Est.    Value: $2,000.00)
Date of Seizure: 3/24/06; 4/7/06
Place of Seizure: Kaonohi St., Aiea, HI
Violation: 705-500, 708-830 & 708-831, HRS

36.  LANCE ANTHONY, JOE LEE, dba Joe Lee’s Auto Sales, Inc.
Property Seized: 2000 Chevrolet Sedan, NXU-754, VIN: 2G1WF52E1Y9182915 (Est. Value: $8,000.00)
Date of Seizure: 1/1/06; 3/28/06
Place of Seizure: Kalia Rd., Hon., HI
Violation: 134-6, HRS

37.  LUATUA TUUA
Property Seized: $263.00 in U.S. Currency
Date of Seizure: 4/7/06
Place of Seizure: College Walk, Hon., HI
Violation: 712-1243, HRS

38.  RICARDO S. VELA
Property Seized: 1998 Jeep MPVH, JPR-053, VIN: 1J4FJ28S5WL258444 (Est. Value: $3,000.00)
Date of Seizure: 1/30/06; 3/30/06
Place of Seizure: Hon., HI
Violation: 712-1242, 329-16(e), 329-41 & 329-55, HRS

39.  SHERRAN K. FEATHERAN
Property Seized: 1993 Mazda 323 Sedan, FSF-115, VIN: JM1BG2329P0624824 (Est. Value: $2,000.00)
Date of Seizure: 4/7/06
Place of Seizure: Holowai St., Kaneohe, HI
Violation: 712-1243, 329-43.5 & 329-55, HRS

40.  ORREL K. L. LESSARY, MICHAEL J. BERRY & PFCU
Property Seized: 1999 Jeep Cherokee SUV, JYC-026, VIN: 1J4FF68S4XL591373 (Est. Value: $1,500.00)
Date of Seizure: 3/3/06; 4/11/06
Place of Seizure: 51-484 Kamehameha Hwy., Kaawa, HI
Violation: 705-500, 708-830, 708-831 & 708-836.5, HRS

41.  JUVENILE MALE (DOB: 10/5/88)
Property Seized: $799.00 in U.S. Currency
Date of Seizure: 4/29/06
Place of Seizure: Koaha Pl., Aiea, HI
Violation: 712-1243, HRS

42.  CHERYL A.H.S. LEE
Property Seized: 1989 Honda Sedan, JSY-429, VIN: JHMCA5642KC076885 (Est.    Value: $500.00)
Date of Seizure: 2/28/06; 4/11/06
Place of Seizure: Kaaumana Pl., Waimanalo, HI
Violation: 712-1243, 329-43.5 & 329-55, HRS

43.  ALABANZA TUIMALAEIIFANO
Property Seized: $505.41 in U.S. Currency
Date of Seizure: 5/3/06
Place of Seizure: N. Pauahi St., Hon., HI
Violation: 712-1243, HRS

44.  TIMOTHY JANUSZ, KELCY IKEHARA, SUSAN JANUSZ & KASPICK HOLDING   COMPANY, LTD.
Property Seized: $2,763.19 in U.S. Currency; 1999 Kia Sportage, 168-TSE, VIN: KNDJB6232X5589543 (Est. Value: $5,500.00); Bulova Men’s Watch (Est. Value: $1,000.00); 2 Women’s Sapphire Rings (Est. Value: $2,000.00); 1 Pair Diamond & Sapphire Earrings (Est. Value: $1,000.00); Diamond & Sapphire Bracelet (Est. Value: $1,000.00); Chain Necklace W/Diamond & Sapphire Pendant (Est. Value: $1,000.00); 1 Pair Diamond Earrings (Est. Value: $1,000.00) (Aggregate Est. Value: $15,263.17)
Date of Seizure: 4/28/06 & 5/5/06
Place of Seizure: Hon., HI
Violation: 708-830, 708-830.5, 708-831, 708A-2, 708A-3, 843-1, 843-2 & 843-3, HRS

45.  SAMUEL M. YOUNG
Property Seized: Sony Playstation W/2 Controllers, Power cord, DVD Remote Control & TV Adapter, SN: PT620104775 (Est. Value: $228.00); Radio Shack Talking E-Chess Portable Game, SN: 60-2846 (Est. Value: $29.99); Kicker Power Amplifier (Est. Value: $45.00); JL Audio Speaker Box (Est. Value: $40.00); Gemini VII 4-Channel 200 Watts Hifonics Amplifier, SN: GE 100842 (Est. Value: $25.00); Optimus STAV-3160 Digital Synthesizer A/V Receiver, SN: 1905784 (Est. Value: $45.00); Sylvania Weatherproof Video Security Camera, SN: SY1009 (Est. Value: $15.00); Aiwa Remote Control Unit (Est. Value: $3.00); Blaupunkt Digital Equalizer, SN: BP9654X5814596 (Est. Value: $35.00); Black Backpack (Est. Value: $11.00); Eastsport Backpack, Black/Brown (Est. Value: $16.00);  Bushnell 8x23 Binoculars, SN: 13-8283 (Est. Value: $25.00); Central Pneumatk Jitterbug Sander, SN: 406 (Est. Value: $15.00); Goldbeam 5” Portable B/W TV W/AM/FM Radio, SN: 70626534 (Est. Value: $15.00); Power Tool In Black Canvas Bag (Est. Value: $5.00); Eastsport Backpack, Blue/Black (Est. Value: $10.00); Bill Blass Bag, Black/Yellow (Est. Value: $8.00); 2 Mag Lug Nuts W/Washers (Est. Value: $7.00); 1 Pair Kenwood 160-Watt Car Speakers, SN: KFC-1677 (Est. Value: $25.00); Louis Vuitton Wallet, Brown (Est. Value: $23.00); 13 Playstation 2 Video Games (Est. Value: $195.00); Case Logic Hard Case CD Holder (Est. Value: $6.00); 15 Assorted CD (Est. Value: $195.00); 18 Assorted DVD Movies (Est. Value: $234.00); 7 Hawaii’s   Favorites Karaoke CD (Est. Value: $105.00); IBM AC Adapter Cord (Est. Value: $2.00); 2 Oxycise Videotapes (Est. Value: $16.00); Stanley 16-Foot Leverlock Tape Measure, SN: 30-516 (Est. Value: $10.00); 1 Pair Optimus XTS 8 30 Watts Speakers (Est. Value: $2 0.00); Weiser Lock Powerbolt-1000 Home Access, SN: 70-006983-001 (Est. Value: $40.00); Bazooka EL Series Speaker, Gray (Est. Value: $25.00); Pioneer GH-H50 Bridgeable Power Amplifier) SN: LA 02951 (Est. Value: $40.00); SKE Pro Series 12 0WXl20W Car Amplifier Est. Value: $20.00); Emerson Four Head VHS Recorder, SN: 8AC01114 (Est. Value: $20.00); 1 Pair Sketchers Athletic Shoes, Size 9, Black (Est. Value: $30.00); Kenwood Power Amplifier, SN: 91200365 (Est. Value: $20.00); 3A Racing Performance Muffler (New)(Est. Value: $80.00); Airgo Razer Air-Powered Launch Vehicle (Est. Value: $110.00); XBOX Video Game System, SN: 500301521 902 (Est. Value: $200.00); Polk Audio Car Stereo (Est. Value: $20.00); JL Audio Car Speaker (Est. Value: $15.00); MTX Blue Thunder Sub Woofer Car Speaker (Est. Value: $15.00); Tommy American Traveller Parfume Set (Est. Value: $100.00); Harmony   Wireless Duo Microphone W/User Guide, Songbook (Est. Value: $25.00); Nokia     Cellular Phone (Est. Value: $10.00); Rayban Sunglasses In Black Case (Est. Value: $50.00); Handspring Visor PDA (Est. Value: $50.00); Playstation 2 Adapter, SN: 8-2-2000 (Est. Value: $5.00); Radio Shack 5-Channel 7-Band Equalizer, SN: 12-2 025 (Est. Value: $15.00); Nikon One Touch 100 35MM Camera, SN: 8154362 (Est. Value: $35.00); Kenwood 4-Channel Power Amplifier SN: 80400217 (Est. Value: $25.00); Xtreme Sound CD Changer (Est. Value: $10.00); Sushi Set (Est. Value: $50.00); Ralph Lauren Romance Men’s Parfume Set (Est. Value: $77.50); 18” Bristle Dartboard (Est. Value: $20.00); Extrme 4-Gallon 150 PSI Contractor Compressor, SN: Lll/11/02-00605 (Est. Value: $240.00); Alpine 200-Watt Speaker Box, Black (Est. Value: $35.00); 8 XPC & GTI Golf Clubs (Est. Value: $200.00); Car Stereo Speaker Box (Est. Value: $40.00); Craftsman Gasoline Chain Saw In Carrying Case, SN: 98231D300231 (Est. Value: $75.00); Instant Powerline Etherfast 10/100 Bridge (Est. Value: $20.00); Silver Muffler (Est. Value: $40.00); Silver Muffler W/Yellow End (Est. Value: $40.00); 4 Silver Rim Covers (Est. Value: $32.00); Power-TGO 300 Watt Power Inverter (Est. Value: $25.00); Radio Shack Dual Runking 1000 Channels Scanner, SN: 16003438 (Est.  Value: $15.00); Hewlett Packard Omnibook 300 Computer (Est. Value: $250.00);  Santa Cruz Backpack, Gray, Black & White (Est. Value: $35.00); Eclipse Car Stereo, SN: A0700005 (Est. Value: $20.00); Jansport Backpack, Black (Est. Value: $15.00); 3 Fanny Packs, Black (Est. Value: $3.00); Cigarette Lighter Adapter Cellular Phone Charger (Est. Value: $1.00); 5 Assorted Hallmark Greeting Cards (Est. Value: $5.00); Sprint Dual Band Flip Top Cellular Phone (Est. Value: $15.00); Electric Shaver (Est. Value: $1.00); Cooltech Golf Hand-Carry Cooler (Est. Value: $12.00); Bushnell 10x25 Binoculars W/Case (Est. Value: $2 0.00); Zire Palm Pilot (Est. Value: $100.00);  Olympus Stylus 140 Zoom 35MM Camera (Est. Value: $80.00); Palm VX Palm Pilot W/Case (Est. Value: $75.00); Innovative Technology Silver Eyeglass Case (Est. Value: $2.00); Swiss Army Knife (Est. Value: $20.00); Callaway Golf Glove, Left Handed (Est. Value: $5.00); Microsoft Cordless Mouse (Est. Value: $1.00); Microsoft Mouse W/Cord (Est. Value: $1.00); Radio Shack Brand Florescent Light (Est. Value: $5.00); S.S.F Bubble Gum Dispenser (Est. Value: $10.00); Pleasant Holiday Vinyl Bag, Blue (Est.  Value: $5.00);  Sega Game Gear Portable Video Game System, SN: 140012076 (Est. Value: $30.00); Pioneer Premier Car Audio Stereo (Est. Value: $25.00); Rolodex Hand Held Organizer (Est. Value: $20.00); 3 Hogan Medallion Golf Club Covers (Est. Value: $30.00); Panasonic Headphones (Est. Value: $5.00); Panasonic XBS Stereo Radio Cassette Player (Est. Value: $20.00); 3 Cellular Phones, Motorola, Nextel-Cingular & Verizon (Est. Value: $60.00); Motorola Power Cord (Est. Value: $2.00); Radio Shack Power Unit (Est. Value: $5.00); Viacom Thryister Camera Flash (Est. Value: $15.00); Kenwood 110 Watt Car Stereo (Est. Value: $25.00); 2 CD Projects CD Cases (Est.  Value: $22.00); 195 Assorted CD (Est. Value: $1,755.00); 55 Rancher Husquvarna Chain Saw (Est. Value: $100.00); JL Audio Speaker Box (Est. Value: $40.00);    Caselogic CD Holder, Black (Est. Value: $8.00); 12 Assorted CD (Est. Value: $108.00); Fellowes CD Holder (Est. Value: $8.00); 25 Assorted CD (Est. Value: $225.00); Sprint CD Case Holder, Red (Est. Value: $5.00); 11 Assorted CD (Est. Value: $99.00); 6   Assorted Playstation CD Games (Est. Value: $120.00); 4 Assorted DVD Movies (Est. Value: $80.00); 5 Assorted CD (Est. Value: $50.00); In/Out VCR Video Connector   Cable ($5.00); Cokin Cromofilter Camera Lens (Est. Value: $9.25); Canon Camera Case (Est. Value: $5.00); Verizon Cellular Phone (Est. Value: $5.00); Zenit Black Vinyl Zippered Bag (Est. Value: $5.00); Logitech Cordless Mouse Receiver (Est. Value: $5.00); 4 Heavy-Duty Truck Shocks (Est. Value: $400.00); Sprayit Wob-L Piston   Compressor (Est. Value: $75.00); Alpine 6.5” 30 Watt Car Speaker (Est. Value: $10.00); Japanese Carburetor (Est. Value; $5.00); Ralph Lauren Black Leather Case (Est. Value: $10.00); Tumi Black Leather Billfold Wallet (Est. Value: $10.00); Sprint PCS Touch Point Cellular Phone (Est. Value: $10.00); Specwell Black Monocular   Eyepiece In Black Carrying Case (Est. Value: $5.00); 3 Black Darts W/Gold Flights & Black Case (Est. Value: $5.00); Black Hard Case W/3 Plastic Tip Darts W/Purple Flights (Est. Value: $5.00); Panasonic Cellular Phone (Est. Value: $5.00); 2 Earpieces (Est. Value: $5.00); Sony Playstation Controller (Est. Value: $5.00); Tengu Bag, Clear W/Red Trim (Est. Value: $5.00); Black Fanny Pack (Est. Value: $2.00); Logitech Mouse, Black/Gray (Est. Value: $2.00); Playstation Logitech Socom Game Headset (Est. Value: $5.00); Black Power Adapter Cord (Est. Value: $3.00); Radio Shack Brand Stereo Amplifier Listener (Est. Value: $3.00); Radio Shack Game Cord (Est. Value: $5.00); Case Logic CD Holder (Est. Value: $5.00); 47 Assorted CD (Est. Value: $423.00); Flowbee Pet Groomer (Est. Value: $5.00); 4 Female Jackets In Clear Plastic Bags (Est. Value: $50.00); Crate 150-Watt Speaker Enclosure, SN: GC2-0315 (Est. Value: $25.00); DD Speaker Box, Gray (Est. Value: $35.00); Dell Computer Monitor, SN: MYO881UM4760316EBPN4 (Est. Value: $10.00); JBL GT Series Subwoofer Speaker Box (Est. Value: $35.00); JL Audio Pro Wedge Speaker Box (Est. Value: $45.00); Panasonic SC-DK20 DVD Stereo System (Est. Value: $200.00); JVC Compact Component System HX-Z1, SN: 087N2882 (Est. Value: $50.00); JVC Twin Hper Power-Drive Subwoofer Speaker, SN: 087l5244 (Est. Value: $15.00); Bose Direct/Reflecting Speakers (Est. Value: $120.00); Gibson Epiphone Elkectric Guitar W/Black Case &  Accessories, SN: C197118108 (Est. Value: $200.00); Audiovox VHS System, SN: 73A05583 (Est. Value: $5.00); Dolby Audio/Video Control Center, SN: 8812466 (Est. Value: $35.00); Pro 2 Karaoke Stereo Mixer (Est. Value: $30.00); Bose Lifestyle Music System, SN: 610090038 (Est. Value: $200.00); Toshiba DVD Stereo Player, SN: 72CM100917 (Est. Value: $40.00); Memorex Progressive Scan DVD Player (Est. Value: $55.00); JVC 5-Disc CD Player, SN: 083C3960 (Est. Value: $30.00); RCS Digital Video Disc Player, SN: C227N3525 (Est. Value: $40.00); Go Vision DVD Travel Theater W/Carrying Case (Est. Value: $45.00); 5700 Skilsaw, Red/Black (Est. Value: $40.00); Dell Color Monitor (Est. Value: $20.00); Jenson Amplifier (Est. Value: $30.00); Sony Vaio Computer, SN: 3003804 (Est. Value: $500.00); Sony Video Camera Recorder W/In/Out TV Cables & A/C Adapter In Black Hard Case, SN: 63 091 (Est. Value: $300.00); Nikon Nicetouch Zoom 35MM Camera W/Black Carrying Case (Est. Value: $40.00); Epson Stylus Printer/Fax Machine, SN: EP3E159243 (Est. Value: $40.00); Sure Shot Aerosol Sprayer (Est. Value: $10.00); Craftsman 100-Piece Mechanics Tool Set Case W/39 Assorted Hand Tools (Est. Value: $5.00); Epson Stylus 670 Color Printer, SN: CA7E118803 (Est. Value: $10.00); Adesso Personal Computer Keyboard, SN: 5005956 (Est. Value: $5.00); Rockford Fosgate Punch 3 60 Amplifier (Est. Value: $25.00); Rockford Fosgate Punch 200 Amplifier (Est. Value: $25.00); Alpine CD     Receiver (Est. Value: $40.00); Trailmaker Backpack, Blue/Black (Est. Value: $10.00); Ukulele (Est. Value: $20.00); Que External CDRW (Est. Value: $25.00); JVC Digital   Video Cameras, SN: 13442683 (Est. Value: $50.00); Envision Color Monitor, SN: C3DN21B624892 (Est. Value: $10.00); Motorola Nextel I550 Plus Cellular Phone, SN: 831UBN1KF7 (Est. Value: $5.00); Wahl Trim’n Vac Vacuuming Beard & Mustache Trimmer (Est. Value: $20.00); Samsung 8MM Camcorder, SN: 67BT830924A (Est.  Value: $125.00); Audiovox 5” LCD Monitor & Video Cassette Player Combination (Est. Value: $50.00); Versalite 1.5 Million Candle Power Flashlight (Est. Value: $25.00); Camcorder Carrying Case, Black W/Brown Trim (Est. Value: $5.00); Nikon Fun-Touch 5 29MM Camera (Est. Value: $15.00); Samsung Maxima Zoom 90GL Camera (Est.    Value: $15.00); Bostitch Nail Gun (Est. Value: $40.00); Mohawk Carrying Case, Black W/Brown Trim (Est. Value: $13.00); Sears Craftsman Brandelectric High Pressure Sprayer, SN: 024034 (Est. Value: $25.00); Dell Latitude Laptop Computer W/Dell Docking Station (Est. Value: $700.00); 50 Assorted CD (Est. Value: $250.00);    Samsung Flat Screen Computer Monitor, SN: GH17HMFW314556T (Est. Value: $200.00); Macintosh G3 Series Powerbook, SN: CK8290WSCHW (Est. Value: $500.00); Sony Vaio Notebook Computer (Est. Value: $500.00); Macintosh G3 Series Lithium Battery, SN: EW828ACTAXW (Est. Value: $40.00); Macintosh G3 Series2OX CD-Rom Module, SN: PA8254PSBB2A (Est. Value: $35.00); Laptop Carrying Case, Black (Est. Value: $5.00); VSP Zip 100 Drive, SN: 911445347 (Est. Value: $25.00); 1 Pair Jordon Pure Low Basketball Shoes, Red & White (Est. Value: $100,00); Power Amplifier, SN: 01061774 (Est. Value: $40.00); L2PS-NA Black Flat Screen Monitor, SN: 1ZEG04400470 (Est. Value: $25.00); Yashica Zoom 35MM Camera (Est. Value: $30.00); Sony VCR W/Accessories, SN: 1006166 (Est. Value: $300.00); Case Logic Black Leather DVD/CD Case (Est. Value: $10.00); 75 Assorted CD & DVD Movies (Est. Value: $750.00); Doci Black Vinyl Laptop Carrying Case (Est. Value: $15.00); Sharp Notebook Computer, SN: 4A11191z (Est. Value: $400.00); Intronix Laptop Computer (Est. Value: $300.00); Dewalt 1.5” Cordless Adjustable Clutch Hammerdrill, SN: 67100 (Est. Value: $50.00); Dewalt Variable Speed Reciprocating Saw, SN: 24733200207e (Est. Value: $50.00); Ricoh XR-10M Camera W/Sears Auto Zoom Attached Lens (Est. Value: $200.00); View Camera Case, Black (Est. Value: $5.00); Bushnell Bicoulars, Olive & Black, W/Black Carrying Case (Est. Value: $30.00); Korg Chromatic Tuner CA-30 (Est. Value: $40.00); Albert Kobayashi Bag (Est. Value: $5.00); Airsoft 24-Caliber Plastic & Aluminum Gun, SN: A279140 (Est. Value: $10.00); Gokorfr System Under-water Camera (Est. Value: $50.00); JVC CD Receiver, SN: 116Q6420 (Est. Value:  $20.00); Sony AM/FM CD Player (Est. Value: $20.00); Alpine Flex 2 Power Amplifier, SN: R00533080 (Est. Value: $35.00); Harmony Microphone (Est. Value: $5.00); Music Box, Brown (Est. Value: $5.00); Apple Portable Power Adapter (Est. Value: $10.00); Surveillance Camera W/Connections (Est. Value: $10.00); Quiksilver Backpack, Gray & Black (Est. Value: $20.00); Eclipse Car Stereo, SN: A4602648 (Est. Value: $30.00); JVC CD Receiver, SN: 06724068 (Est. Value: $30.00); Jenson CD Receiver/MP3 Player, SN: NS0112004115 (Est. Value: $50.00); Gap Backpack, Black (Est. Value: $25.00); Sanyo Large Screen TV (Est. Value: $25.00); Samsung Video Camera       Recorder, SN: D7CJA06194R (Est. Value: $150.00); Hi-Pro Bag, Black (Est. Value: $10,00); Sharp Camcorder, SN: UO08835730 (Est. Value: $100.00); Samsonite   Carrying Case, Black (Est. Value: $5.00); Yashica MG-1 Camera W/Covering Case (Est. Value: $40.00); Quaser Palmcorder, 2 VHS-C Tapes & Mainstay Carrying Bag, SN: H21C19404 (Est. Value: $200.00); Alpine Remote Control Unit (Est. Value: $10.00); Quest Battery Charger W/4 Quest Batteries (Est. Value: $15.00); Air Canada Rollaway Luggage, Green (Est. Value: $25.00); Compaq Presario Laptop Computer, SN: 1V07FL47KB4C (Est. Value: $200.00); Minolta Maxxum Camera W/Zoom Lens       Attachment, SN: 98414292 (Est. Value: $150.00); Fujifilm Instant Camera (Est. Value: $50.00); Tamrac Carrying Case, Black (Est. Value: $5.00); Makita Hard Case W/14.4 Volt Charger & Blue Charger (Est. Value: $25.00); Black Leather Camera Bag (Est.  Value: $5.00); Sony Cybershot Digital Still Camera In Black Canon Case, SN: 79290 (Est. Value: $120.00); Fujifilm Finepix Digital Camera W/Canon Power Shot Case (Est. Value: $150.00); Color Gameboy W/Tetris Game (Est. Value: $45.00); Fujifilm X-1700 Digital Zoom Camera (Est. Value: $50.00); Minolta UCII 6x16 Binoculars W/Neoprene Carrying Case (Est. Value: $30.00); Dce Lite Flashlight (Est. Value: $10.00); Bushnell 10x25 Binoculars, Black (Est. Value: $25.00); Samsung T-Mobile Cellular Phone (Est. Value: $5.00); Billabong Backpack, Black/Blue (Est. Value: $20.00); Olympus       Camedia Digital Camera C-400L (Est. Value: $35.00); Kenwood Power Amplifier, SN: 00202935 (Est. Value: $35.00); Umbrella, Black (Est. Value: $5.00); Garmin GPS 12 XL Personal Navigator W/Black Canvas Carrying Case, SN: 35323604 (Est. Value: $25.00); Blue Vinyl Bag (Est. Value: $5.00); Craftsman 3/8 Drill/Driver, SN: G0234 (Est. Value: $30.00); Craftsman 22.4 Volt Cordless Screwdriver (Est. Value: $3 0.00); Craftsman 19.2 Volt Battery W/Craftsman Battery Charger (Est. Value: $40.00);  Craftsman Tool Bag, Black (Est. Value: $10.00); Voicestream Nokia Cellular Phone (Est. Value: $5.00); Motorola I60C Flip Phone (Est. Value: $5.00); Kenwood Car Stereo (Est. Value: $20.00); Sure Fire Flashlight W/Black Carrying Case (Est. Value: $20.00); Philips 9 500 Series Palm Pilot W/Pelican Carrying Case (Est. Value: $50.00); GBC CCTV Surveillance Camera (Est. Value: $25.00); Blowfish Camelback Backpack, Brown (Est. Value: $20.00); Sony Removable Car Stereo Faceplate (Est. Value: $20.00); Sony AM/FM CD Player, SN: 3604003 (Est. Value: $5.00); Black Leather Bag (Est. Value: $5.00); Revo Psion Miniature Computer (Est. Value: $20.00); Louis Vuitton Women’s Wallet (Est. Value: $20.00); Buck Knife (Est. Value: $5.00); JWIN Digital Alarm Clock Radio (Est. Value: $5.00); Dynamic Black Microphone (Est. Value: $5.00); 2       Playstation CD Games (Est. Value: $60.00); Sony Vaio Computer Keyboard (Est. Value: $5.00); Creative Labs Sound Blaster, SN: MSB0290310012062 (Est. Value: $10.00); Triple Five NVC Soul Backpack, Gray/Black (Est. Value: $15.00); Panasonic Cellular Phone W/Accessories (Est. Value: $10.00); Creative Labs Speaker Box, SN: SM01352211 (Est. Value: $10.00); Motorola Modem, SN: 48680425 (Est. Value: $10.00); Proxima Power Point Projector W/Black Vinyl Case (Est. Value: $50.00);  Creative Labs Small Speaker Box (Est. Value: $20.00); Sony Vaio Infrared Receiver (Est. Value: $10.00); Radio Shack Surveillance System (Est. Value: $20.00); Zenith Video Recorder, SN: 94063699 (Est. Value: $20.00); Sight Instruments Microscope (Est. Value: $25.00); Carved Oriental Wooden Chest (Est. Value: $30.00); Class A Computing Device W/UHM CIS In Black/Orange W/Black Leather Case, SN: 160398 (Est. Value: $100.00); Iomega CD-RW Drive, SN: 4DAC0201BN (Est. Value: $40.00); Fujitsu Floppy Adapter Unit (Est. Value: $20.00); Haking 7x50 Binoculars, Black, W/Carrying Case (Est. Value: $25.00); Sony Digital Mavica Still Camera W/Black Case Logic Carrying Case, SN: 170260 (Est. Value: $50.00); IBM Removable Floppy Disc Reader (Est. Value: $25.00); Rockford Fosgate Punch 400 Amplifier (Est. Value: $40.00); Alpine V12 Power Amplifier MRVF300, SN: V40818889 (Est. Value: $40.00); Victor Digital Video Camera Japanese Made W/Black Tek Vinyl Carrying Case (Est.  Value: $50.00); Sony Digital Mavica Still Camera W/Black Leather Digital Carrying Case, SN: 296099 (Est. Value: $50.00); Sony Digital Mavica Still Camera, SN: 65163 (Est. Value: $40.00); Rubbermaid Action Packer Plastic Bin W/Red Handles (Est.  Value: $15.00); Guy Laroche Black Women’s Wallet (Est. Value: $30.00); Sony Black Carrying Case (Est. Value: $5.00); Case Logic Case W/Assorted Camera Cleaning Equipment, Carl Zeiss Lens & Amity Flash (Est. Value: $30.00); Altec Multimedia Computer Speaker System, SN: 12910 EMUS0282726 (Est. Value: $20.00); RCA DVD Player W/Toy Story DVD Movie, SN: B457PM0CH (Est. Value: $100.00); Alpine   Equalizer (Est. Value: $40.00); Casio Mini LCD Color TV W/Black Leather Carrying Case, SN: 2002389A (Est. Value: $40.00); Coach Handbag (Est. Value: $50.00); Sony Cyber-Shot Still Camera W/Black & White Carry Case & Battery, SN: 710380 (Est.  Value: $200.00); Carrera Eyeglasses W/Case (Est. Value: $10.00); Leatherman Utility W/Case (Est. Value: $20.00); Handycam Video Camera Bag (Est. Value: $5.00); Radio Shack Adjustable DC Adapter W/Case (Est. Value: $20.00); Chromapro 45 System,  SN: 87010105 (Est. Value: $200.00); 4 Kitana Tires & Rims (Est. Value: $2 00.00); 4 Tires W/S-Type Rims (Est. Value: $200.00); 4 Tires W/Japanese Kanji Writing On Rims (Est. Value: $200.00); 4 Tires W/RH Rims (Est. Value: $200.00); 4 Tires W/Fittipaldi Rims (Est. Value: $200.00); 4 Tires W/Omni Concept Rims (Est. Value: $200.00); Landa Gas Compressor (Est. Value: $50.00); 11 Assorted DVD Movies (Est. Value: $110.00); Silver Hard Suitcase (Est. Value: $5.00); 100-Piece Mastergrip Tool Set (Est. Value: $25.00); Moke Tool Container W/8 Assorted Hand Tools (Est. Value: $20.00); Black Tool Box W/28 Assorted Hand Tools (Est. Value: $20.00); Audiovox 9” Color TV Monitor, SN: 97500070102919 (Est. Value: $20.00); Brother Hl-14 Laser Printer, SN: U60066A3J301120 (Est. Value: $40.00); Shindaiwa Homepro Weed Wacker, SN: 8008563 (Est. Value: $20.00); Panasonic 23X VHS Palmcorder W/Battery Charger & Black Ambico Carrying Case (Est. Value: $150.00); Sharp UX-P200 Plain Paper Facsimile, SN: UX- P200 27290614 (Est. Value: $45.00); Duracell Durabeam Flashlight (Est. Value: $10.00); Radio Shack 600-Watt Power Inverter (Est. Value: $35.00); Dell Computer Keyboard, SN: M950616675 (Est. Value: $5.00); Sony 360X Digital Zoom Handycam, SN: 160091 (Est. Value: $150.00); Panasonic 150X Digital Zoom VHS Palmcorder (Est. Value: $150.00); Samsonite Carrying Case, Black (Est.  Value: $5.00); Stainless Steel Folding Knife (Est. Value: $15.00); Hewlett Packard   Pavilion 750N Computer, SN: MX15123998 (Est. Value: $300.00); Canon Still     Camera, SN: 10067774 (Est. Value: $50.00); B7M Quiksilver Automatic Transmission Shifter (Estimated Value: $2 00.00); Logitech Cordless Mouse Receiver (Est. Value: $10.00); 2 Sony Vaio Computer Speakers, SNs: 312101927 & 082 (Est. Value: $15.00); Energizer Light, Yellow & Blue (Est. Value: $10.00); 2 White Speakers (Est. Value: $5.00); Nintendo Gamecube Controller (Est. Value: $25.00); Nintendo 64   Control Deck (Est. Value: $75.00); IBM Thinkpad Laptop Computer (Est. Value: $50.00); Microsoft Mouse, White (Est. Value: $5.00); Radio Shack Electronic Sub-woofer Crossover (Est. Value: $5.00); Radio Shack Electric Fin Nailer In Black Case, SN: R9309 (Est. Value: $45.00); Jenson Power Amplifier (Est. Value: $40.00); Nippon Travel Agency Tote Bag (Est. Value: $5.00); 2 Machines Speakers (Est. Value: $5.00); Pluto Hifonics 60-Watt Amplifier (Est. Value: $10.00); IBM AC Adapter For IBM   Computer (Est. Value: $1.00); 2 Madcatz Extension Cables (Est. Value: $12.00); Radio Shack Personal FM Transceiver (Est. Value: $5.00); 11 Apple Operating CD (Est. Value: $220.00); Madcatz RF Adapter (Est. Value: $6.00); Radio Shack 12-Volt DC Power Supply (Est. Value: $5.00); Sony Remote Controller (Est. Value: $2.00); 14 Assorted CD (Est. Value: $140.00); Mechanix Glove (Est. Value: $5.00); Samsung Desktop Charger, SN: AN3971312993 (Est. Value: $5.00); Sentry Data Memory Calculator (Est. Value: $5.00); Radio Shack 12-Volt DC Charger (Est. Value: $5.00); 1 Pair Focal   Utopia Car Speakers (Est. Value: $40.00); Nokia Cellular Phone, Super Geeks (Est.  Value: $5.00); 56 Pieces Korean Currency & Coin (Est. Value: $14.16); 15 Pieces Canadian Currency & Coin (Est. Value: $1.74); 8 Pieces Chinese Currency & Coin (Est. Value: $1.45); 9 Pieces German Currency & Coin (Est. Value: $5.04); 12 Pieces French Currency & Coin (Est. Value: $1.72); 10 U.S. Half- Dollar Coins (Est. Value: $5.00); 66 U.S. Quarter Coins (Est. Value: $16.50); 9 U.S. Dime Coins (Est. Value: $ .90); 8 U.S. Penny Coins (Est. Value: $.08); Purple Seagrams Crown Royal Bag (Est. Value: $1.00); Copper Collectible ”Kona” Coin (Est. Value: $1.00); Copper Coin, ”1984 One Dala” On One Side, ”1883 King Kalakaua I Of Hawaii” On One Side (Est. Value: $1.00); Copper Coin, ”35th President John Fitzgerald Kennedy” & Bust, Both Sides (Est. Value: $1.00); White Binder, ”All Time Baseball Greats Limited Edition Collector’s Kit (Est. Value: $1.00); 36 Collect-A-Books Baseball Cards, Assorted Players (Est. Value: $36.00); 3 Baseball Player Photographs, Harmon Killebrew, Whitey Ford & Roberto Clemente (Est. Value: $3.00); Babe Ruth Yellow ”Plaque” Encased In Plastic (Est. Value: $1.00); 39 Assorted NBA Players Collectible Cards (Est. Value: $15.00); 34 Assorted Baseball Players Collectible Cards (Est. Value: $10.00); Nine West Small Red Bag (Est. Value: $1.00); Draw-String Pouch, Red W/Blue & Flowers (Est. Value: $1.00); Gold Hawaiian Ring, W/“Keiki”, ”I (Heart) You Kalae” Inside Band (Est. Value: $50.00); Gold 20” Necklace W/Clasp (Est. Value: $100.00); Gold 7” Bracelet (Est. Value: $25.00);    Yellow Jewelry Pouch (Est. Value: $1.00); Gold 1/2 Centimeter Hawaiian Bracelet (Est. Value: $10.00); 7” Tennis Bracelet W/Black & Clear Stones (Est. Value: $25.00); Pendant W/3 Black & 2 Clear Stones (Est. Value: $25.00); 1 Pair Gold Many-Strands Earrings (Est. Value: $25.00); 8” Gold Rope Chain (Est. Value: $75.00); 7.75” Gold & Silver Bracelet (Est. Value: $100.00); 14.75” Soft Gold Necklace (Est. Value: $100.00); 7.5” Dolphin Bracelet (Est. Value: $35.00); Off-White Jewelry Pouch (Est. Value: $5.00); 21.5” Medium Gold Necklace (Est. Value: $240.00); 12.5” Light Gold Rope Necklace (Est. Value: $110.00); 21.5” Heavy Gold Link Necklace (Est. Value: $300.00); 18” Medium Gold Link Necklace (Est. Value: $150.00); 22-25” Silver Link Necklace (Est. Value: $230.00); 19.75” Heavy Gold Link Necklace (Est. Value: $275.00); 16” Gold Snake Necklace (Est. Value: $80.00); 20” Medium Gold Rope Necklace (Est. Value: $200.00); 21.5” Medium Gold Rope Necklace (Est. Value: $180.00); 23” Heavy Gold Rope Necklace (Est. Value: $375.00); 19” Light Gold Rope Necklace (Est. Value: $170.00); 16.25” Light Gold Rope Necklace (Est. Value: $120.00); 21.75” Medium Gold Necklace (Est. Value: $$270.00); 18” Yellow Clear Stone W/Snake Necklace (Est. Value: $240.00); 23.25” Heavy Gold Rope Necklace (Est. Value: $280.00); 8.5” Black Velvet Jewelry Case (Est. Value: $5.00); 7.25 By .5” Gold Bracelet, Snake Chain Intertwines W/”Twig” Chains & 4 Hooks (Est. Value: $340.00); 7.25” Gold Bracelet W/2 Links W/8 ”X” (Est. Value: $300.00); Broach, 12 Pearls W/Silver Grape Leaves (Est. Value: $75.00); 9.5” Jade-Like Bracelet W/13 Beads (Est. Value: $120.00); Two-Sided Jade-Like Pendant (Est. Value: $600.00); Brown Leather Pouch (Est. Value: $5.00); Red Embroidered Cloth Pouch (Est. Value: $5.00); 22” Heavy Gold Large Link Necklace (Est. Value: $5,000.00); Omega 14K Gold Women’s Wristwatch (Est. Value: $300.00); Timex ”Winnie The Pooh” Watch (Est.  Value: $35.00); Seiko Women’s Watch, SN: 523 613 (Est. Value: $500.00); Rolex   Tudor Women’s Watch (Est. Value: $500.00); Harve Bernard Women’s Watch (Est.  Value: $100.00); Citizens Men’s Watch W/Gold Face & Gold & Silver Band (Est. Value: $200.00); Fossil Men’s Watch, Blue (Est. Value: $120.00); Guess Men’s Bracelet Watch (Est. Value: $140.00); Seiko Men’s Kinetic Watch, SN: 691151 (Est. Value: $500.00); Oniss Women’s Watch (Est. Value: $325.00); Pulsar Women’s Watch, SN: 622359 (Est. Value: $150.00); Citizens Blue Angels Men’s Watch, Navihawk Edition (Est. Value: $200.00); Seiko Quartz Men’s Watch, Gold W/Black Face (Est. Value: $450.00); Fossil Blue Men’s Watch W/3 Chronographs On Face (Est. Value: $185.00); Blue Hawaiian Tropic Tote Bag (Est. Value: $5.00); Multi Flower Zippered Bag (Est.  Value: $5.00); 1 Pair Green Jade-Like Earrings W/Gold Hoops (Est. Value: $40.00); 1 Pair White/Green Jade-Like Buddah Earrings (Est. Value: $50.00); Green/Brown Jade-Like Fish Pendant (Est. Value: $75.00); White/Brown Jade-Like Acorn Pendant (Est. Value: $50.00); Green/Brown Jade-Like Circle Pendant, Small (Est. Value: $50.00); Chinese Dragon Bracelet, Open Clasp (Est. Value: $1,400,00); Movado Watch, Silver W/Black Backing, No Numbers (Est. Value: $200.00); Movado Watch, Black Backing, No Numbers, Gold & Silver Band (Est. Value: $200.00); Chase-Durer Legionnaire Wristwatch, 3 Chronographs On Face, Brown Band (Est. Value: $300.00); Silver Ringbad W/Red Stone (Est. Value: $50.00); Gold Band W/5 Blue Stones (Est. Value: $50.00); Gold Necklace W/3 Red Stones, Hanging (Est. Value: $75.00); 1 Pair Gold Spiral   Earrings (Est. Value: $50.00); 1 Pair Green/White Jade-Like Earrings (Est. Value: $50.00); Gold Ring W/10 Clear Stones Around White Stone (Est. Value: $50.00); Gold Frog Ring (Est. Value: $40.00); Green Jade-Like Pendant (Est. Value: $50.00); Green/White Jade-Like Heart Pendant (Est. Value: $50.00); Gold Half-Barrel Hawaiian Earring (Est. Value: $20.00); Necklace W/”Vaoahi Jr.” On Pendant (Est. Value: $40.00); Gold Pendant W/Jade-Like Animal On Yellow Stones (Est. Value: $50.00); Green Stone W/6 White Stones (Est. Value: $400.00); Ladies Quartz Watch W/Gold & Silver Band & 2 Clear Stones On Face (Est. Value: $150.00); Gold Frog (Est. Value: $50.00); White Jade-Like Pendant W/Insect Design (Est. Value: $100.00); 26” Gold Necklace W/Monkey Pendant Covered W/Red Stones (Est. Value: $155.00); Gold Coin-Like Pendant W/Dragon & Chinese Character (Est. Value: $50.00); Pendant, Gold Trim, White Background, Gold ”Nathan” & Symbols) On Back (Est. Value: $50.00); Gold Heart Pendant W/”Kuuipo” (Est. Value: $45.00); Gold Cross Pendant W/White ”Jesus” (Est. Value: $40.00); Gold Unicorn Earring (Est. Value: $17.00); 1Pair Green Jade-Like Earrings, Doughnut-Shaped W/Gold Flowers (Est. Value: $250.00); Gold 20” Box Chain Necklace (Est. Value: $600.00); Gold Pendant W/”Kanele” In Black Letters, ”Christmas 1991 Love Mom” On Back (Est. Value: $210.00); Gold Pendant W/”Steven B” In Black Letters (Est. Value: $185.00); 1 Pair White Pearl Earrings W/Gold Backs & 2 Baguettes On Each Side (Est. Value: $400.00); 16” Gold Light Baby ”S” Chain W/Gold Heart Crucufic & Anchor Charms, Gold Hawaiian Pendant W/”Malia” In Black Letters & 2 Clear Stones, & Gold Heart-Shaped Pendant W/”Mom” In Black Letters & 4 Plumerias (Est. Value: $480.00); Gold Ring W/”Clyde” In Black Letters (Est. Value: $300.00); Gold Class Ring W/Red Stone & ”MKSL” Inside Band (Est. Value: $350.00); Gold Ring, ”Pharoh” Design (Est. Value: $525.00);  Gold Nugget Ring (Est. Value: $325.00); Gold ”Kraft” Ring (Est. Value: $780.00); Gold Ring W/Symbols & ”G” (Est. Value: $225.00); Gold Ring W/5 Clear Stones In Straight Line (Est. Value: $550.00); Gold Hawaiian Ring W/Copper ”K” (Est. Value: $325.00); Gold Hawaiian Ring W/Black Trim & Clear Stone (Est. Value: $525.00); Gold Ring W/22 Small Clear Stones Around Large Clear Stone (Est. Value: $5,000.00); Gold Ring W/7 Clear Stones, 4 Rows (Est. Value: $900.00); Gold Band W/Clear Stone (Est. Value: $3 00.00); Gold Oblong Ring W/8 Clear Stones (Est. Value: $425.00); Gold Flat Ring W/3 Clear Stones (Est. Value: $400.00); Gold Ring W/Flower Cut Band & White Stone (Est. Value: $475.00); 1 Pair Gold Earrings W/Clear Stone Each (Est. Value: $30.00); Gold Hoop Earring (Est. Value: $50.00); Gold Ball Earring (Est. Value: $35.00); 1 Pair Gold Earrings W/Purple Stones (Est. Value: $450.00); Pendant W/16 Clear Stones Around Purple Stone (Est. Value: $1,200.00); Silver Ring W/Round Green Stone (Est. Value: $1,000.00); Silver Ingot Bar Pendant (Est. Value: $900.00); Silver Cross Pendant (Est. Value: $75.00); Silver Ring W/11 Clear Stones (Est. Value: $300.00); Silver 16”  Necklace W/Clear Stone Pendant (Est. Value: $1,100.00); 23.5” Large Link Necklace (Est. Value: $1,400.00); Kenneth Cole Silver Link Watch W/3 Chronographs (Est.  Value: $200.00); Seiko Silver Women’s Watch (Est. Value: $200.00); Multi Tahitian Ukulele (Est. Value: $100.00); 4-String Ukulele W/2 Ports, Brown & Light Brown (Est. Value: $100.00); Tanji 4-String Ukulele In Black Case (Est. Value: $200.00); Martin Ukulele In Black Case (Est. Value: $400.00); Comfort Aire Air Conditioner, 5200 BTU, In Blue & White Box (Est. Value: $25.00); RCS 100 Watt Home Theater System In Box (Est. Value: $75.00); Craftsman Professional Reciprocating Saw In Black Case W/White Work Gloves & Extra Blades (Est. Value: $50.00); 2 12” Kicker Speakers In Black Speaker Box (Est. Value: $25.00); Black Turtle Bay Resort Seat Cushion (Est. Value: $2.00); 2 Crossman Air/Pellet Handguns, W/Multiple Pellets & CO2 Cartridges In Black Auto Security Bag (Est. Value: $3.00); B&M Z-Gate Automatic Transmission Shifter (Est. Value: $10.00); Canon ZR 60 Digital Camera In Red Box (Est. Value: $50.00); ESX High Performance Subwoofer In 10” Woofer & 10” Woofer In Box (Est. Value: $25.00); Fluke 77 Series II Multimeter (Est. Value: $10.00); Gold ”Brass Knuckles” (Est. Value: $2.00); Assorted Electric Cords, Headsets & Tweeters In Macys Bag (Est. Value: $5.00); Compaq Presario Laptop Computer In Black Computer Bag W/Power Cord, SN: 1V95CFK641N9 (Est. Value: $100.00); Compaq Presario Laptop Computer, Notebook Carrying Case, 2 Power Cords, Extra Battery & CD, SN: 1C09FP4 Dlopj (Est. Value: $100,00);) Dell Inspiron Laptop Computer W/Brown Carrying Case, SN: CN-01K859-12961-1C57657 (Est. Value: $100.00); Hewlett Packard Laptop Computer, In Black Laptop Case W/Power Cord, SN: (S)TW24023607 (Est. Value: $100.00); Sony Laptop Computer In Black Carrying Bag W/Power Cord, CD, Compaq Chess Game, 2 Power Cords, SN: *283520304512985* (Est. Value: $100.00);  Compaq Armada Laptop Computer In Black Carryingbag Case W/6 CD & Instructions Manual, SN: AM7 P3700T4 X12VC6478 (Est. Value: $100.00); Toshiba Laptop   Computer, SN: 69771030A & Toshiba Laptop Computer, SN: Unknown in Black     Jansport Bag W/Power Cord (Est.  Value: $100.00); Dell Inspiron Laptop Computer W/Black Carrying Case & Assorted Power Cords (Est. Value: $100.00); Panasonic CD Stereo W/Remote Control For Autos In Panasonic Box, SN: CQ-DF903U (Est. Value: $40.00); Panasonic Portable DVD Player, Remote Control, Power Cord & Manuals In Box, SN: DVD-LV70 (Est. Value: $40.00); Craftsman 190-Piece Multiple Tool Set In Craftsman Box (Est. Value: $50.00); Sony Home Stereo Cassette Deck Player (Est.  Value: $25.00); Assorted Red & Black Music Boxes (Est. Value: $10.00); Sears       6-Horsepower, 33-Gallon Compressor, Red, W/Blue Air Hose, SN: 2302013182 (Est.  Value: $40.00); Lincoln Electronics AC-225 Arc Welder, Red, SN: 204200708 (Est. Value: $50.00); Rol-Air Gas Powered Air Compressor, SN: 9801069 (Est. Value: $40.00); Lincoln Electronics Weldpack 100HD, SN: 11058U1030102064 (Est. Value: $30.00); PC Laptops Laptop Computer W/Power Cord, SN: 21NP050263 (Est. Value: $50.00); Assorted Power Cords (Est. Value: $5.00); Hewlett Packard PDA, SN: SG10340138, In Case Logic Carrying Case (Est. Value: $30.00); Nintendo Advance SP W/Power Cord & 2 Game Cartridges, SN: XU115825505 (Est. Value: $30.00); 16   Assorted Cellular Phones (Est. Value: $30.00); Aiptek Pocket DVII 1.3-Megabyte   Camera W/Tripod (Est. Value: $20.00); Sony Digital Megabass Mini Disc Player W/Headphones (Est. Value: $25.00); Quiksilver Bag, Black W/Orange Interior (Est.  Value: $3.00); Assorted Electronic Equipment (Est. Value: $10.00); Purple Plastic Basket (Est. Value: $1.00); Assorted Pineapple Body Spray & Manifesto Makeup (Est. Value: $1.00); Discwasher CD In Carrying Case W/Assorted CD (Est. Value: $5.00); Notebook Laptop Computer, Model 8500V, SN: NC85V01B01030, W/Power Cord (Est. Value: $50.00); Gold Hawaiian Bracelet W/”Kuuipo” (Est. Value: $50.00); Green Jade-Like Heart Pendant (Est. Value: $30.00) (Aggregate Est. Value: $62,916.33)
Date of Seizure: 9/23/03 & 9/24/03; 5/2/06
Place of Seizure: Kaneohe, HI & Kalihi, Hon., HI
Violation: 712-1241, HRS

46.  TODD FLORES
Property Seized: 1991 Honda Sedan, AE299, VIN: JHMCB7682MC098982 (Est.    Value: $1,500.00)
Date of Seizure: 4/27/06
Place of Seizure: Kalanipuu St., Hon., HI
Violation: 705-500 & 708-840, HRS

47.  BRIAN T. AKAHOSHI
Property Seized: $1,250.00 in U.S. Currency
Date of Seizure: 5/15/06
Place of Seizure: 2426 Kuhio Ave., #1002, Hon., HI
Violation: 712-1243, 329-43.5 & 329-55, HRS

48.  CLEMENT R. RODRIGUES, JR.
Property Seized: $740.00 in U.S. Currency
Date of Seizure: 5/18/06
Place of Seizure: Waimano Home Rd., Pearl City, HI
Violation: 712-1243, 329-43.5 & 329-55, HRS

49.  MATTHEW CARGILL
Property Seized: 2003 Ford F150 Truck, JZF-941, VIN: 1FTRW07L83KB98597 (Est. Value: $16,000.00)
Date of Seizure: 3/14/06; 5/2/06
Place of Seizure: 2600 Pualani Way, #1502, Hon,, HI
Violation: 707-756, HRS

50.  ELMO TAFOYA & VERNON IKEHARA
Property Seized: $9.00 in U.S. Currency; 1986 Chevrolet El Camino, JSA-179, VIN: 3GCCW80H3GS919395 (Est. Value: $1,000.00) (Aggregate Est. Value: $1,009.00)
Date of Seizure: 4/28/06
Place of Seizure: King & Piikoi Sts., Hon., HI
Violation: 712-1242 & 712-1243, HRS

51.  SEMISI K. NELSON & CANDACE KEKONA
Property Seized: $8,260.62 in U.S. Currency
Date of Seizure: 5/5/06; 5/9/06
Place of Seizure: Kamehameha Hwy., Pearl City, HI
Violation: 712-1242, HRS

52.  JOSEPH L. FATUESI, JINNA NALEIEHA & OAHU LEASING, INC.
Property Seized: 1994 Ford Aerostar Van, JWY-941, VIN: 1FMDA31X9RZA18285 (Est. Value: $1,000.00)
Date of Seizure: 5/5/06
Place of Seizure: 925 Kokea St., Hon., HI
Violation: 712-1243, 329-43.5 & 329-55, HRS

53.  BENJAMIN MASATO TAO
Property Seized: $511.69 in U.S. Currency
Date of Seizure: 5/9/06
Place of Seizure: Kewalo St., Hon., HI
Violation: 712-1243, 329-43.5 & 329-55, HRS

54.  ROGER KAIURA
Property Seized: 1996 Nissan Truck, JDW-933, VIN: 1N6SD11Y6TC300777 (Est.    Value: $1,500.00)
Date of Seizure: 5/15/06
Place of Seizure: Kaimuki Ave., Hon., HI
Violation: 712-1241, 329-16 & 329-42, HRS

55.  JUSTIN P. MINER & BRI-ANNE CARVALHO
Property Seized: Casio Keyboard (Est. Value: $100.00); Fender Electric Guitar W/Hard Case (Est. Value: $200.00); Suzuki Guitar (Est. Value: $50.00); Fender Bass Guitar W/Soft Case (Est. Value: $200.00); Takamine Guitar W/Soft Case (Est. Value: $200.00); Fender Amplifier (Est. Value: $100.00); Dell Flat Screen Monitor (Est. Value: $100.00); Dell Desktop CPU (Est. Value: $100.00); Ericson EDACS 500M Mobile Phone (Est. Value: $100.00); 40 Assorted CDs (Est. Value: $100.00); 10 Assorted Bags & Backpacks (Est. Value: $50.00); Tool Bag W/Assorted Hand Tools (Est. Value: $50.00); Assorted Auto Speakers (Est. Value: $25.00); Jewelry Box (Est. Value: $25.00); 65 Assorted Pieces of Jewelry (Est. Value: $1,057.00) (Aggregate Est. Value: $2,457.00)
Date of Seizure: 5/9/06
Place of Seizure: 92-411 Leiole St., Kapolei, HI
Violation: 708-810, 708-811, 708-830, 708-831 & 708-836.5, HRS

INSTRUCTIONS TO CLAIMANTS

Persons claiming an interest in the property listed herein may do one, & only one, of the following:

1) The Claimant may do nothing, in which case the property will be administratively   forfeited; or

2) The Claimant may file a Petition for Remission or Mitigation. A Petition for         Remission or Mitigation admits that the property is subject to forfeiture but asks the Attorney General to pardon the property, in whole or in part, due to extenuating   circumstances.  The Attorney General’s decision is final, not subject to appeal, & may be made without a hearing.  A Petition for Remission or Mitigation must be signed by the petitioner & sworn on oath before a notary public, & shall contain the following:

a) A reasonably complete description of the property;

b) A statement of the interest of the petitioner in the property, as owner or interest-holder, which may be supported by bills of sale, contracts, or mortgages, or   other documentary evidence; and

c) Facts and circumstances sufficient to show whether the petitioner:

  i) owns or holds an interest as defined by Section 712A-1, HRS, in the seized property;

  ii) had any knowledge that the property was or would be involved in any       violation of the law;

iii) had any knowledge of the particular violation which subjected the property to seizure and forfeiture;

  iv) had any knowledge that the user of the property had any record, including arrests, except where the person was acquitted or the charges dismissed due to lack of evidence, for the violation which subjected the property to seizure and forfeiture or for any crime which is similar in nature.

The Attorney General will inquire into the facts and circumstances alleged in the     Petition for Remission or Mitigation (”Petition”), if one is filed, and provide a written   decision on the Petition within sixty days.  If the circumstances of the case require more time, the Petitioner will be notified in writing, within the sixty day period of the circumstances requiring more time, and be further notified of the expected decision date; or

3) The Claimant may seek judicial determination of the forfeiture by filing a claim and cost or in pauperis bond. A claim shall be signed by the claimant and sworn on oath before a notary public and shall comply with the requirements of Section 712A-12(5), HRS. Specifically, the claim shall be signed by the claimant and sworn on oath before a notary public and shall set forth all the following:

a) The name of the claimant;

b) The address at which the



NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR
PUBLIC COMMENT ON STATE PLAN

The Adult Mental Health Division (AMHD) and Child and Adolescent Mental Health Division (CAMHD), Department of Health, State of Hawaii, is requesting public comment (P.L. 102-321) on the FY 2006 Community Mental Health Services Block Grant State Plan for persons with severe and persistent mental illness and for children and adolescents with a serious emotional disturbance.    Comment is invited on the FY 2006 State Plan for     inclusion in the FY 2007 State Plan. Access to the FY 2006 State Plan is available at http://www.amhd.org (Planning Documents, Hawaii’s FY 2006 Application for the Community Mental Health Services Block Grant). Comments to the AMHD Plan may be directed to Michael Wylie, Ph.D. at (808) 539-3941 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). Comments to the CAMHD Plan may be directed         to Christina Donkervoet, MSN, (808) 733-9337         or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). Please respond before July 28, 2006. (SB05523753 7/24/06)



NOTICE

The State Division of Aquatic Resources (DAR) will open Nuuanu Reservoir No. 4, Oahu, to weekend Channel Catfish Fishing beginning
August 26, 2006
for anglers with valid State of Hawaii
Freshwater Game Fishing License and
Entry Fishing Card.

Applications for Entry Fishing Cards will be available between July 24 to August 11, 2006,
at DAR, 1151 Punchbowl Street, Room 330,
and from various license agents on Oahu.
Deadline for submitting applications is 4:00 pm
on Friday, August 11, 2006.

For further information call 587-0100

(SB05523743 7/23, 7/30, 8/6/06)


WASTEWATER SYSTEMS
PUBLIC NOTICE OF
VARIANCE APPLICATION NO. W W 218
DOCKET NO. 06 - V W W - 07

Pursuant to H.R.S. §342D-7(i), Hawaii Revised     Statutes, the State Department of Health (DOH) seeks written comments from interested persons regarding the following, Mr. Reynald Aurelio of Honokaa, Hawaii, has applied for a five (5) year variance from Hawaii       Administrative Rules (HAR), Section 11-62-31.1(a)(1)(C) pertaining to minimum lot area needed for each       individual wastewater system.

The applicant is requesting the use of a septic tank system for a proposed three (3) bedroom dwelling     located at 45-3175 Ohia Street, Honokaa, Hawaii and identified as TMK: (3) 4-5-020:002. The property already has a three (3) bedroom dwelling on which is served by a cesspool. The lot is only 17,387 square feet in area.

The applicant has made the following comments.

1. There is an existing cesspool for the existing three (3) bedroom residence. The proposal is to use a septic system for the three (3) bedroom “ohana” residence.

2. The lot size is 17,387 square feet.

3. The lot size is fixed.

4. There will be no hard to the public interest and it allows the permitted use of an “ohana” dwelling.

5. The area requirement is only slightly above the   actual area available. there is adequate land for two (2) systems.

6. Compliance can not be met as the land owner would have to forego “ohana” residence       construction required for his expanded family.

7. It is requested for five (5) years with automatic   renewal for the life of the construction.

A plot map has been attached to this application for variance but can not be shown here. If you would like to review the full application, please call or write to the Wastewater Branch, 919 Ala Moana Boulevard, Room 309, Honolulu, Hawaii, 96814-4920, telephone (808) 586-4294 or fax (808) 5864300 to obtain a copy or facsimile.

DOH will consider all written comments received within thirty days of this notice. If warranted, DOH may hold a public hearing on the variance application, after a separate thirty-day written comments and the public hearing, if any.

CHIYOME L. FUKINO, M.D.
Director of Health (SB03509814 7/19/06)


CANDIDATE AND COMMITTEE CLASSES
Campaign Spending Commission
Admission – Free

The Campaign Spending Commission announces the second round of candidate and committee classes for the 2006 elections. The classes provide a general overview of campaign finance law, as well as     requirements for record keeping and reporting of campaign contributions and expenditures. Additionally, the Hawaii Administrative Rules are briefly covered. Candidates, elected officials, Certified Public       Accountants, the general public and other interested individuals are welcome.

Certified Public Accountants may earn two (2) Professional Continuing Education credits. The Campaign Spending Commission is   registered with the Hawaii State Board of Accountancy as a sponsor of continuing professional education.  Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be addressed to: Hawaii State Board of Public Accountancy, P.O. Box 3469, Honolulu, HI 96801, phone (808)-586-2696.

The locations and dates for the workshops are as follows:

For Kaua’i, Kona, Hilo:
Each workshop will be divided into two sessions
Session (1)  9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. - new candidates (all others welcome, too)
Session (2) 10:45 a.m. - 11:45 a.m. – Act 203 of the 2005 Legislature, Hawaii

KAUA’I State Office Building Friday, July 21, 2006
Conference Room A-B-C, 2nd Fl
3060 Eiwa Street
Lihue, Hawaii

KONA Kona Civic Center (across Manago’s) Thursday, July 27, 2006
82-6130 Mamalahoa Hwy
Kona, Hawaii

HILO State Office Building Friday, July 28, 2006
Conference Rooms A-B-C
75 Aupuni Street
Hilo, Hawaii

For Maui and O’ahu:
Each workshop will be divided into two sessions
Session (1)  1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. - new candidates (all others welcome, too)
Session (2) 2:45 p.m. - 3:45 p.m. – Act 203 of the 2005 Legislature, Hawaii Administrative
Rules

MAUI State Office Building Friday, August 4, 2006
Conference Room B, 3rd Floor
54 High Street
Wailuku, Hawaii

O’AHU Leiopapa A Kamehameha Bldg Friday, August 11, 2006
Conference Room 204
235 S. Beretania Street
Honolulu, Hawaii

If you have any questions, please call the Campaign Spending Commission at 808-586-0285.  If you are a C.P.A., please call in your name so we will have your CPE attendance certificate ready for you at the completion of training. (SB05523711 7/19, 7/26, 8/2/06)


DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
NOTICE OF SOLICITATION OF COMMENTS
STATEWIDE TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (STIP)
AMENDMENT NO. 6
FISCAL YEARS 2006 to 2008

The State Department of Transportation is providing an opportunity for the public to submit comments on the proposed Amendment #6 to the Fiscal Year (FY) 2006 to 2008 Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP). The STIP document   identifies projects that are to be programmed for federal Highway or Transit funding. 

The intent of this amendment is to reflect changes to Federal Transit Administration (FTA) funded projects.  In summary, these changes will account for added projects and estimate changes.

Interested parties may review the amendment on our website at:

http://www.hawaii.gov/dot/stp/stip/fy2006-2008amend.htm

Hard copies of the proposed STIP may be obtained by calling (808) 587-6355, or by using the contact information below.

Comments will be accepted until Tuesday, August 1, 2006 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 (SB05523693 7/18/06)


LEGAL NOTICE

PROPOSED DISPOSITION OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS
BY PUBLIC AUCTION OF A GENERAL LEASE
FOR LIMITED INDUSTRIAL-USE DEVELOPMENT

Property Location:  Kaei Hana I, Industrial Subdivision, Waiakea, South Hilo, Island of Hawaii

The Department of Hawaiian Home Lands (DHHL) intends to dispose of lands by public auction.  As authorized by §204(a)(2), Hawaiian Homes Commission Act, 1920, as amended, individuals or corporations interested in leasing the property herein described shall have 45 days from the date this “NOTICE OF PROPOSED DISPOSITION BY PUBLIC AUCTION” is first published, that date being Monday, July 17, 2006, in which to submit completed applications for DHHL consideration.

All completed applications received by 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, August 31, 2006, shall be reviewed and only those applicants that meet DHHL’s initial objectives and criteria shall be notified in writing as being eligible to attend and bid at the scheduled Public Auction as follows:

DATE & TIME: Thursday, September 21, 2006 at 10:00 A.M.

LOCATION: DHHL East Hawaii District Office
160 Baker Avenue
Hilo, Hawaii 96720

LAND TO BE DISPOSED: The subject property is located at 212 Holomua Street in the Kaei Hana I, Industrial Subdivision, Waiakea, South Hilo, Island of Hawaii. 

Packets containing an application form, property information and other requirements for completing the application process are available for pick up by prospective       applicants during regular office hours at DHHL’s Honolulu Office located at 1099     Alakea Street, Suite. 1230, or at the district offices located on the neighbor islands.  The appraisal report, which shall not be removed from DHHL’s office, may be reviewed during regular office hours.  Please call (808) 586-3858 (Honolulu) for the locations of neighbor island district offices and/or to make an appointment to review the appraisal report.

Land to be disposed:  The property to be disposed is identified as Tax Map Key No. (3)2-2-60:parcel 43 containing approximately 0.64 acres (27,703 square feet) of land, and is located in Kaei Hana I, Industrial Subdivision, Waiakea, South Hilo, Island of Hawaii.

Purpose/Use:  The property is being offered for Limited Industrial Use development.  Improvements and uses shall conform to those allowed in a ML-20 zoning district and all applicable permit requirements consistent therewith.

Term:  Flexible: Minimum of twenty (20) years but not to exceed a maximum term of fifty-five (55) years. 

Rent:  The minimum upset rent for the first 20 years is as follows:

    Term Minimum Upset Rent Per Annum

Years 1-10                 $ 21,700.00

Years 11-15                   +35.0%
Increase from preceding ten (10) year period

Years 16-20                   +15.0%
Increase from preceding five (5) year period

Rent Reopening:  If the term of the lease extends beyond 20 years, the rent shall be re-determined by an independent fair market appraisal prior to commencement of the twenty-first (21st), thirty-first (31st) and forty-first (41st) years. 

Telecommunication Service:  Sandwich Isles Communications, Inc. (SIC) will provide telephone and broadband services to the project at a time when such services are needed.

Chapter 343, Environmental Assessment:  The successful bidder shall be required to complete compliance with Chapter 343 of the Hawaii Revised Statutes, as amended, prior to the start of any demolition or construction activity on the site.  Such compliance shall assess the impacts that the proposed development will have on the surrounding environment, such as infrastructure, traffic, parking, noise, etc.

You may review and obtain the Notice of Public Auction packet with Application and all pertinent information at the DHHL office in Honolulu or any DHHL office on the neighbor islands.  Applications submitted by prospective bidders to qualify to bid at the   September 21, 2006 Public Auction must be received by 4:00 P.M., Thursday,    August 31, 2006, at DHHL in Honolulu, or at any of the neighbor island DHHL     offices. 

Applicants who have submitted their application to bid by the deadline of 4:00 P.M., Thursday, August 31, 2006, and who have been qualified by DHHL in advance of the auction date will be invited to bid at the auction.  By September 11, 2006, each     applicant will be sent written notification, informing them as to their eligibility or non- eligiblity to bid at the auction.  See Notice of Public Auction packet for further         instructions, application criteria, maps, legal descriptions and a draft of the general lease document with the detailed terms and conditions of the lease.

For additional information and to receive a Notice of Public Auction packet, you may contact: Peter “Kahana” Albinio, Jr., Property Development Agent, at Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, Land Management Division, (808) 587-6429 on Oahu or visit our website at www.hawaii.gov/dhhl/legalnotices.

This Notice of Public Auction is authorized by and may be cancelled, postponed,    modified or continued from time to time by public announcement to that effect by   Micah A. Kane, Chairman, Hawaiian Homes Commission. 

Date:  Honolulu, Hawaii   June 23, 2006

State of Hawaii
DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS

By_______________________________
Micah A. Kane, Chairman
(SB05523502 7/17/06) Hawaiian Homes Commission


STATE OF HAWAII
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

The Hawaii Department of Education is accepting subgrant applications to plan and develop two (2) new start-up public charter schools.

The application for these two (2) competitive, discretionary subgrant awards for developers of proposed new start-up public charter schools are available for downloading on:

1. The Department of Education’s website @ http://
www.issb.k12.bi.us/under “charter schools.”
2. The Hawaii Charter School Administrative Office
website @ http://www.hcsao.org/

or in hard copy by calling the Public Charter Schools Program Office at (808) 586-3570.

The deadline for receipt of completed subgrant applications is Friday, August 18, 2006.

Instructions, Guidelines and Details are included in the application download or application packet.
(SB01532690 7/16/06)


PUBLIC/PRESS RELEASE FOR FREE AND REDUCED-PRICE MEALS

The Department of Education (DOE), School Food Services Branch, today announced its policy for free and reduced-price meals for children unable to pay the full price of meals served under the National School Lunch Program and/or the School Breakfast Program. Each school has a copy of the policy which may be reviewed by any interested party.

Children from households whose income is at or below the levels shown are eligible for free or reduced-price meals. The following household size and income criteria will be used for determining eligibility:

INCOME ELIGIBILITY GUIDELINES FOR FREE AND REDUCED-PRICE MEALS
EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2006 TO JUNE 30, 2007

These are the income scales used by DOE School Food Services Branch to determine eligibility for free and reduced-price meals.
FREE MEALS REDUCED-PRICE MEALS
HOUSEHOLD YEARLY MONTHLY WEEKLY YEARLY MONTHLY WEEKLY
    SIZE
1 14,651 1,221 282 20,850 1,738 401
2 19,734 1,645 380 28,083 2,341 541
3 24,817 2,069 478 35,317 2,944 680
4 29,900 2,492 575 42,550 3,546 819
5 34,983 2,916 673 49,784 4,149 958
6 40.066 3,339 771 57,017 4,752 1,097
7 45,149 3,763 869 64,251 5,355 1,236
8 50,232 4,186 966 71,484 5,957 1,375
For each
additional
member, add: +5,083 +424 +98 +7,234 +603 +140

Application forms are being sent to all homes with a letter to parents or guardians. To apply for free or reduced-price meals, households may fill out the application and return it to the school. Additional copies are available at each school’s office. The information provided on the application will be used for the purpose of determining eligibility and may be verified at any time   during the school year by school or other program officials.

To determine eligibility, households receiving food stamps or TANF must list the child’s name, their food stamp or TANF case number and the signature and name of an adult household member. Households not receiving food stamps or TANF must list: 1) the names of everyone in the household; 2) the amount of monthly income received by each person and the source of the income; 3) the name and social security number of either parent/guardian who is the primary wage earner or the adult household member who signs the form or indicate if neither adult household member has a social security number; and 4) the signature of an adult household member.

Applications may be submitted at any time during the year.

Under the provisions of the free and reduced-price policy School Food Services Branch will review applications and determine eligibility. Parents or guardians dissatisfied with the ruling of the official may wish to discuss the decision with the reviewing official on an informal basis. Parents wishing to make a formal appeal may make a request for a hearing on the decision either orally or in writing to:

Name of Hearing Official: School Food Services Branch Director
Address: 1106 Koko Head Avenue, Honolulu, HI 96816
Phone Number: (808) 733-8400 (SB01532686 7/16/06)


P R O C L A M A T I O N

Whereas, the May 3, 2006 Proclamation previously filed by my office listed polling places for the 22nd Representative District, Precinct 5 and the 27th Representative District, Precinct 5 which have subsequently become unavailable, I do hereby proclaim new polling places for said precincts for the 2006 Primary and General Elections.

DIST PREC POLLING PLACE ADDRESS FACILITY

FROM: 22 05 McCully Recreation Center 831 Pumehana St Rms 1,2 & 3
TO: 22 05 Spalding Clubhouse 1704 Waiola St. Gym

FROM: 27 05 Kaneohe District Park 45-660 Keaahala Rd Lounge
TO: 27 05 Windward Community College 45-720 Keaahala Rd Akoakoa Bldg

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

DONE at the Office of Elections, in Pearl City, State of Hawaii, this 10th day of July, 2006.

DWAYNE D. YOSHINA, CHIEF ELECTION OFFICER,
State of Hawaii


NOTICE OF PROPOSED WATER POLLUTION
CONTROL PERMIT FOR AES HAWAII, INC.
NPDES PERMIT NO. HI 0021130

06-CW-PW-22

July 14, 2006

The State Department of Health (DOH), tentatively proposes to issue a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit to discharge storm water from the AES Hawaii (Facility) to the Pacific Ocean, subject to special conditions to:

AES HAWAII, INC.

The proposed permit will expire on November 30, 2010.

AES Hawaii, Inc. is located in the Campbell Industrial Park in Ewa, Oahu, Hawaii and operates a large coal-fired cogeneration facility that simultaneously produces electrical and thermal (steam) energy.  The electrical energy produced by the facility is sold to the Hawaiian Electric Company and the thermal energy is sold to the nearby Chevron Refinery.  Coal used in the operation is transported to the facility from the Barbers Point Deep Draft Harbor via a covered conveyor.

Process wastewater associated with the production of electrical and thermal energy is discharged to underground injection wells.  Storm water runoff associated with the bulk materials storage area is directed to retention basins with a capacity of containing a 10-year, 24-hour rainfall event.  Overflows from the retention basin are discharged to the Pacific Ocean through Outfall Serial No. 002 located at:  Latitude 21E17’56”N and Longitude 158E06’22”W.  Storm water runoff from the rest of the facility is discharged to the Pacific Ocean through Outfall Serial Nos. 001 and 003 located at: Latitude 21E18’16”N and Longitude 158E06’38”W, and Latitude 21E17’24” and Longitude 158E06’40”, respectively.

RO and R1 water distribution lines from the Honouliuli Water Recycling Facility were installed within the facility to supply the Permittee and the Chevron Refinery with these types of water.  If there should be pipeline failure of the distribution lines, RO and R1 waters will discharge through Outfall Serial Nos. 001, 002, and 003 at coordinates described above.

The Pacific Ocean is classified by the Department of Health as a Class A, Wet Open Coastal Water under Hawaii Administrative Rules, Section 11-54-06(b)(2)(B).  The uses to be protected 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 criterial 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 days after the date of this notice, either in person or by mail, to:

Office Address
Clean Water Branch
Environmental Management Division
Department of Health
919 Ala Moana Boulevard, Room 301 P.O. Box 3378
Honolulu, HI 96814-4920

Mailing Address
Clean Water Branch
Environmental Management Division
Department of Health
Honolulu, HI 96801-3378

Copies of the proposed draft permit, and other information are available for public inspection, Monday through Friday (excluding holidays) from 7:45 a.m. until 4:15 p.m., at the DOH office address shown above. Copies may also be bought.  The draft permit and rationale are also available on the internet at http://www.hawaii.gov/health
/environmental/water/cleanwater/pubntcs/index.html.
  For more information or if you have special needs due to disability that will aid you in inspecting and/or commenting on the draft permit and related information, please contact Mr. Alec Wong, Supervisor of the Engineering Section, Clean Water Branch, at the above address or (808) 586-4309 (Voice) at least seven (7) days before the comment deadline.  For those who use a TTY/TDD, please call through Sprint Relay Hawaii, at 1-711 or (808) 447-5991.

All 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 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.

Chiyome Leinaala Fukino, M.D.
Director of Health


The Board of Land and Natural Resources

Notice of Contested Case Hearing

Regarding Contested Case OA-06-02 for Conservation District Use Application (CDUA) OA-3266 for Haseko request to utilize State-owned land for proposed drainage system improvements, located seaward of Subject Parcel TMK: (1) 9-1-11:002 and 003.

The Board of Land and Natural Resources (BLNR), State of Hawaii, will conduct a Contested Case Hearing on DLNR File No. OA-06-02 regarding CDUA OA-3266 for Haseko proposed drainage system improvements. The hearing will be held pursuant to Chapters 91 and 183C, Hawaii Revised Statutes, and Chapters 13-1 and 13-5, Hawaii Administrative Rules (HAR). The issues involve whether a Conservation District Use Permit should be granted to the applicants for use of the land identified seaward of Subject Parcels TMK: (1) 9-1-11:002 and 003. The BLNR has appointed a Hearing Officer to conduct the contested case hearing and the hearing on standing. The hearing on standing will commence at 10:00 AM on Friday, August 4, 2006, which will commence at 10:00 AM, at the Kalanimoku Building, 1151 Punchbowl Street, Room 227 - Commission on Water Resource Management Conference Room, in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Any person wishing to participate in the hearing as an   intervening party must file a written application in     conformance with Section 13-1-31, HAR, explaining briefly how he or she has a specific legal interest different from the general public and how this interest could be affected by the proposed action. Only persons determined to have standing and admitted as parties to the proceedings will be allowed to participate in the contested case hearing.

Any party may retain counsel if desired. An individual may appear on his or her own behalf, or a member of a partnership may represent the partnership, or an officer or authorized employee of a corporation or trust or association may represent the corporation, trust or association. All parties shall be afforded the opportunity to present and cross-examine evidence and witnesses and make arguments on issues before the BLNR.

Written applications to intervene must be received no later than 4:30 PM, Friday, July 24, 2006, at the Department of Land and Natural Resources, Office of Conservation and Coastal Lands, Room 131, 1151 Punchbowl Street, Honolulu (or P.O. Box 621, Honolulu, Hawaii, 96809). Application forms are available at the Office of Conservation and Coastal Lands office, or will be sent upon request. Please call 587-0380 for application forms or for further information.

PETER YOUNG, CHAIRPERSON
BOARD OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES

DATED: JULY 11, 2006
Published in Hawaii State and County Public Notices (Statewide) on July 14, 2006.
(SB01532547 7/14/2006)


NOTICE TO INTERESTED PERSONS

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO interested persons that the applications listed below have been filed with the HAWAII PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION.  The applications are available for public inspection during regular business hours at the Commission’s office located at 465 South King Street, Room 103, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813.

Anyone who intends to intervene or participate in any of the dockets shall comply with Subchapter 4 of Chapter 6-61 of the Hawaii Administrative Rules, Rules of Practice and Procedure before the Public Utilities Commission.  Motions to intervene or participate shall be filed at the Commission’s office located at 465 South King Street, Room 103, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, NOT LATER THAN 20 DAYS AFTER THE PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE (by AUGUST 3, 2006).

NEW APPLICATION(S) – MOTOR CARRIERS

DOCKET NO. 06-0148—ANCIANO, MARK Z., DBA MARK’S HANDICAB
APPLICATION FOR MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 1-TO-7 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED JUNE 2, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0152—NAKAI, SHAWN T., DBA LOCO LIMOUSINE & WEDDING   SERVICE
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 1-TO-7 AND 8-TO-25 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATIONS, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED JUNE 6, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0154—VIZCARRA, EDUARDO VENTAJA, DBA HAPPY HEART TRANSPORT SERVICES
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 1-TO-7 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED JUNE 9, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0163—TRANS HAWAIIAN-OAHU, INC., TRANS HAWAIIAN-MAUI, INC., TRANS HAWAIIAN-KAUAI, INC., TRANS HAWAIIAN-HAWAII, INC.

TRANS HAWAIIAN – OAHU, INC.:  APPLICATION TO BIFURCATE CERTIFICATE NO. 822-C BY TRANSFERRING A PORTION (AUTHORITY TO TRANSPORT PASSENGERS OVER REGULAR ROUTES ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU IN THE OVER-25 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION IN THE GEOGRAPHICAL ZONE EXTENDING FROM KAHALA TO THE ALA MOANA SHOPPING CENTER) TO ROBERT’S TOURS AND TRANSPORTATION, INC. AND SURRENDERING THE IRREGULAR ROUTE SERVICE PORTION.
TRANS HAWAIIAN – MAUI, INC.:  APPLICATION TO BIFURCATE CERTIFICATE NO. 4536-C BY TRANSFERRING A PORTION (AUTHORITY TO TRANSPORT PASSENGERS OVER REGULAR ROUTES IN THE [1] OVER-25 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION ON THE ISLAND OF MAUI, AND [2] 8-TO-25 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION, LIMITED TO PROVIDING AIRPORT SHUTTLE SERVICE BETWEEN KAHULUI AIRPORT AND ESTABLISHED POINTS IN KAANAPALI AND LAHAINA, ON THE ISLAND OF MAUI) TO ROBERT’S TOURS AND TRANSPORTATION, INC. AND SURRENDERING THE IRREGULAR ROUTE SERVICE PORTION.
TRANS HAWAIIAN – KAUAI, INC.:  APPLICATION TO BIFURCATE CERTIFICATE NO. 3534-C BY TRANSFERRING A PORTION (AUTHORITY TO TRANSPORT PASSENGERS OVER REGULAR ROUTES ON THE ISLAND OF KAUAI IN THE 1-TO-7, 8-TO-25, AND OVER-25 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATIONS) TO ROBERT’S TOURS AND TRANSPORTATION, INC. AND SURRENDERING THE IRREGULAR ROUTE SERVICE PORTION.
TRANS HAWAIIAN – HAWAII, INC.:  APPLICATION TO [1] SURRENDER PERMIT NO. 5816-P, AND [2] BIFURCATE CERTIFICATE NO. 5673-C BY TRANSFERRING A PORTION (AUTHORITY TO TRANSPORT PASSENGERS OVER REGULAR ROUTES ON THE ISLAND OF HAWAII IN THE 1-TO-7, 8-TO-25, AND OVER-25 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATIONS, LIMITED TO PROVIDING SERVICE BETWEEN THE KONA AND KOHALA AREAS) TO ROBERT’S TOURS AND TRANSPORTATION, INC. AND SURRENDERING THE IRREGULAR ROUTE SERVICE PORTION.

DOCKET NO. 06-0164—NGUYEN, HAU VAN
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 8-TO-25 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED JUNE 19, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0167—NINO, PABLITO B., DBA EL NINO TRANSERVICE
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 1-TO-7 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED JUNE 21, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0170—LUKE, CLARENCE L., DBA WESTCOAST CDL DRIVING SCHOOL & HAULING
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE GENERAL COMMODITIES CLASSIFICATION, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED JUNE 26, 2006.
DOCKET NO. 06-0171—HMT TRUCKING LLC
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE GENERAL COMMODITIES AND DUMP TRUCK CLASSIFICATIONS, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON JUNE 28, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0172—CULLOM, RIDGINELL ”ROZEL”, DBA OAHU PACIFIC
TRANSPORTATION
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 8-TO-25 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON JUNE 29, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0174—KIM, JONG HYUN, DBA HAN KIL DELIVERY
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE GENERAL COMMODITIES CLASSIFICATION, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON JULY 5, 2006.

(SB01532666 7/14/06) /s/ CARLITO P. CALIBOSO, CHAIRMAN


CAMPAIGN SPENDING COMMISSION
STATE OF HAWAII

REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS

Do you need to register with the Campaign Spending Commission when you make contributions to candidates or non candidate committes?

Yes, if you are an organization, association, corporation, partnership, limited liability company, labor organization, etc., who receives contributions or makes contributions to candidates or noncandidate committees that amount to more than $1,000, in the aggregate, in a two-year election period, you are required to register as a noncondidate committee within ten days of exceeding $1,000.*

CONTRIBUTIONS

E
ffective January 1, 2006, an organization, association, corporation, partnership, limited liability company, labor organization, etc., may contribute from its own treasury, a maximum of $1,000, in the aggregate, per election, to its noncandidate committee.**

_____________
*An individual spending personal funds does not have to register and can contribute up to the limit of the office of each candidate.

**An organization, etc., may have more than $1,000 in its non candidate committee available to contribute to candidates if:  (1) it contributed unlimited funds to its noncandidate committee prior to January 1, 2006, and/or (2) officers and employees of the organization, etc., have contributed personal funds to the organization’s noncandidate committee.

For further explanation and information view our website at
www.hawaii.gov/campaign or call the Campaign Spending Commission at
586-0285. If you have questions, please call us before you act!
(SB01532624 7/12, 7/15, 7/19/06)


PUBLIC NOTICE
The Navy appreciates your continued support for RIMPAC 2006.  As part of our ongoing partnership with National Marine Fisheries Service, you may report any marine mammal stranding to the NMFS hotline.  Please call (888) 256-9840 and provide all available information including the date, time, location and a description of the animal(s) and their activity.

(SB01532639 7/12, 7/13, 7/14, 7/15, 7/16, 7/17/06)


NOTICE OF FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT       IMPACT AND NOTICE OF INTENT TO
REQUEST RELEASE OF FUNDS
These Notices shall satisfy two separate but related procedural requirements for activities to be undertaken by the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands.

REQUEST FOR RELEASE OF FUNDS
On or about July 26. 2006, the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands (DHHL) will submit a request to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for the release of Native Hawaiian Housing Block Grant funds under Title VIII of the Native American Housing Assistance and Self Determination Act of 1996, as amended, to undertake a housing project known as Kaupuni Village.  The project is a 3.353-acre subdivision on Hawaiian Home Lands at Waianae, Oahu, Hawaii, which will consist of 21 residential lots of at least 5,000 square feet.  The proposed request for release of funds will consist of $3,500,000.00 for infrastructure , house construction, technical assistance, low interest loans and/or subsidies.

FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT
DHHL has determined that the project will have no significant impact on the human environment.  Therefore, an Environmental Impact Statement under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of 1969 is not required.  Additional project information is contained in the Environmental Review Record (ERR) on file at the DHHL Land Development Division at 1099 Alakea Street, Suite 1230, in Honolulu, Hawaii 96813 and may be examined or copied weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

PUBLIC COMMENTS
Any individual, group, or agency disagreeing with this determination or wishing to comment on the project may submit written comments to DHHL.  All comments received by July 25, 2006, will be considered by DHHL prior to submission of a request for release of funds.  Comments should specify which Notice they are addressing.  Comments shall be addressed to:  Chairman, Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, P.O. Box 1879, Honolulu, HI 96805.

RELEASE OF FUNDS
DHHL certifies to HUD that Micah A. Kane, in his capacity as Chairman of the Hawaiian Homes Commission, consents to accept the jurisdiction of the federal courts if an action is brought to enforce responsibilities in relation to the environmental review process and that these responsibilities have been satisfied.  HUD’s acceptance of the certification satisfies its responsibilities under NEPA and allows DHHL to use program funds.

OBJECTIONS TO RELEASE OF FUNDS
HUD will accept objections to its release of funds and DHHL’s certification for a period of 15 days following the anticipated submission date or its actual receipt of the request (whichever is later) only if it is on one of the following bases: (a) the certification was not executed by the Certifying Officer of DHHL; (b) DHHL has omitted a step or failed to make a decision or finding required by HUD regulations at 24 CFR Part 58; (c) the grant recipient has incurred costs not authorized by 24 CFR Part 58 before approval of a release of funds by HUD; or (d) another federal agency acting pursuant to 40 CFR Part 1504 has submitted a written finding that the project is unsatisfactory from the standpoint of environmental quality.  Objections must be prepared and submitted in accordance with the required procedures (24 CFR Part 58) and shall be addressed to HUD’s Hawaii State Office at 500 Ala Moana Boulevard, Suite 3A, Honolulu, HI 96813.  Potential objectors should contact HUD to verify the actual last day of the objection period.

Micah A. Kane, Chairman
Hawaiian Homes Commission
(SB01532595 7/10/2006)


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

(Docket No. 06-CA-PA-14)

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 DRAFT PERMIT presently under review for:

Temporary Covered Source Permit No. 0549-01-CT
Application for a Modification No. 0549-02
Keauhou Kona Construction Corporation
325 Tons-Per-Hour (TPH) and 950 TPH temporary Stone Crushing and Processing Plant with a 500 hp, 587 hp, and 1110 hp Diesel Engine Generators
Initial Location:  Kaupulehu, North Kona, Island of Hawaii
Located at:  Various Temporary Sites, State of Hawaii

The DRAFT PERMIT is described as follows:

The modification to temporary CSP No. 0549-01-CT will grant conditional approval to Keauhou Kona Construction Corporation, to add a 1110 hp diesel engine generator to the existing 325 tph and 950 tph temporary stone crushing and processing plants presently powered by a 500 hp, and 587 hp diesel engine generators at various temporary sites that are specifically approved by the DOH.

The modification also removes (1) 340-380 tph primary jaw crusher, with a stepped vibrating grizzly feeder, (2) 210 TPH Telsmith cone crusher, with a two deck screen, (3) 275 hp diesel engine, and (4) 360 kW diesel engine generator.

The stone processing plant will be used to crush rocks for use in construction projects and will be equipped with water sprays to control fugitive dust.  The stone crushing plant is subject to 40 CFR, Part 60, Subpart OOO, Standards of Performance for Nonmetallic Mineral Processing Plants.  The diesel engine generators will burn fuel oil no. 2 with maximum sulfur content of 0.5%.  The predicted emissions impact from the engines will comply with state and federal ambient air quality standards.  The proposed modification will result in the following net emission increases:

Total Plant - Wide Emissions

      Potential Emission (tpy)     
[Proposed controls at 2,500 hr/yr] Net Emissions Significant
Pollutant   Previous/ New Modification         (tpy)    Level (tpy)

CO 15.3/15.9 0.6 100
NOx 70.7/68 -2.7 40
SO2 8.2/8.8 0.6 40
PM 78.5/67 -11.5 25
PM-10 29.3/28.2 -1.1 15
VOC 5.7/4.3 -1.4 40

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

Oahu:

€ Clean Air Branch, Department of Health
919 Ala Moana Blvd., Room 203, Honolulu, Oahu 96814

Hawaii:

€ Hawaii District Health Office, Department of Health,
1582 Kamehameha Avenue, Hilo, Hawaii

€ Sanitation Branch, Keakealani Building, Department of Health,
79-1020 Haukapila Street, Room 115, Kealakekua, Hawaii

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 August 10, 2006.

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.  At the sole discretion of the Director of Health, 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 days in advance of the hearing.

Interested persons may obtain copies of the administrative record or parts thereof by paying five 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.

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.

Chiyome Leinaala Fukino, M.D.
(SB01532593 7/10/06) Director of Health


HAWAII HOUSING FINANCE AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

NOTICE OF VACANCY

Executive Director
($75,213- $79,590)

The Hawaii Housing Finance and Development Corporation (HHFDC), a State of Hawaii agency, responsible for the financing and development of affordable housing in the State of Hawaii, pursuant to Chapter 201H, Hawaii Revised Statutes, is seeking an Executive Director to provide leadership and oversee daily operations for the administration of housing finance and development programs. 

Candidates must have graduated from an accredited 4-year college or university with a bachelor’s degree or its equivalent in experience and education.  The successful candidate must have extensive experience in the planning, financing and development of housing and familiarity with the requirements of Chapter 201H, HRS.  The successful candidate must also possess effective written and oral communication skills and be able to deal effectively with people and motivate employees. 

This is an exempt non-civil service position. Filing deadline is close of business July 21, 2006.  Please submit your resume to:


Hawaii Housing Finance and Development Corporation
677 Queen Street, Suite 300
Honolulu, HI   96813
Or Fax:  587-0519
Attention:  HHFDC E.D.  Search

The State of Hawaii is an Equal Opportunity Employer
(SB03509714 7/9/06)



The Hawaii Tourism Authority and the City &
County of Honolulu, County of Hawaii, County of Kauai and County of Maui, present a series of workshops on their

2007 COUNTY PRODUCT
ENRICHMENT PROGRAM

The Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA), in collaboration with each of the counties, invites the community to learn about the   County Product Enrichment Program (CPEP).

The County Product Enrichment Program supports       endeavors seeking to diversify Hawaii’s tourism activities in the niche areas of agriculture, culture, education, health and   wellness, nature and technology, while also fulfilling the goals and objectives of the County’s tourism program. CPEP is     intended to support community-based projects relating to   tourism product enrichment activities which contribute to     Hawaii’s visitor experience. Capital improvement projects,    infrastructure, and business or organizational start-up plans will not be considered. Programs must be initiated and completed between January 1, 2007 and December 31, 2007.

Workshops are being offered on the islands of Hawaii, Maui, Kauai and Oahu. Workshops will offer detailed information on this program including the proposal solicitation and award processes. As specific procedures and restrictions vary per county, interested parties are encouraged to attend the   workshop in the county most appropriate for their organization or project. Application packets will also be distributed at these workshops. Representatives from the HTA and the respective county will be available to answer your questions at the   workshops scheduled for:

Monday, July 17, 2006, from 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm
County of Hawaii Aupuni Center Conference Room
(former Firestone Tire & Service Center)
101 Pauahi Street, Hilo

Tuesday, July 18, 2006, from 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm
Department of Liquor Control – Kona Center Building
(same building as Driver Licensing)
75-5722 Hanama Place, Suite 1107, Kailua, Kona

Wednesday, July 19, from 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm
Maui Community College, Kalama Building, Room 103
311 Kaahumanu Avenue, Kahului

Thursday, July 20, 2006, from 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm
County Offices, Meeting Room Piikoi A/B
4444 Rice Street, Lihue

Friday, July 21, 2006, from 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm
Hawaii Convention Center, Emalani Theatre, Room 320
1801 Kalakaua Avenue, Honolulu

We hope you’ll join us. For more information, call Diane Ley (County of Hawaii) at (808) 961-8366; Cheryl Sterling (County of Maui) at (808) 270-7997; Robbie Kaholokula (County of Kauai) at (808) 241-6390; or Isaac Hokama (City and County of Honolulu) at (808) 527-6090 or Vengie Talaro (HTA) at (808) 973-2258.

COUNTY OF HAWAII
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

For an application and information packet, please contact the
Department of Research and Development, County of Hawaii
25 Aupuni Street, Room 109 Hilo, Hawaii 96720
e-mail:  .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
phone:  (808) 961-8366

Sealed proposals must be postmarked or received
no later than 4:30 pm, August 28, 2006
_________________________________________________

COUNTY OF MAUI
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

For further information, please call
Office of Economic Development, County of Maui
Cheryl Sterling, Economic Development Specialist
2200 Main Street, Suite 305, Wailuku, HI 96793
Telephone: (808) 270-7997; Facsimile: (808) 270-7995
Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

PROPOSALS must be postmarked or received
no later than 4:30 pm, August 28, 2006
_________________________________________________

COUNTY OF KAUAI
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

For further information, please call
Office of Economic Development, County of Kauai
Robbie Kaholokula, Tourism Specialist
4444 Rice Street, Suite 200, Lihue, HI 96766
Telephone: (808) 241-6390; Facsimile: (808) 241-6399
Email:  .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

PROPOSALS must be postmarked or received
no later than 4:30 pm, August 28, 2006.
_________________________________________________

CITY & COUNTY OF HONOLULU
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

For further information, please call
Office of Economic Development, City & County of Honolulu
Attn: Isaac Hokama, Honolulu Hale, Room 306, 530 South King Street, Honolulu, HI 96813
Telephone: (808) 527-6090; Facsimile: (808) 523-4242
Email:  .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

PROPOSALS must be received no later than
4:30 pm, August 28, 2006
(SB05523167 7/9, 7/12, 7/16/06)


NOTICE OF SEIZURE AND INTENT TO FORFEIT
In accordance with the provisions of Section 607 of the Tariff Act of 1930 as amended (19 U.S.C. 1607), notice is hereby given of the seizure and intent to forfeit and dispose of the following described property:

2006-3203-000007-01, 03-09-06, $30,632.00 U.S.    Dollars, 18 USC 981(a)(1)(C), 18 USC 1956; 2006-3203-000009-01, 03-09-06, $2,321.00 U.S. Dollars, 18 USC 981(a)(1)(C), 18 USC 1956; 2006-3201-000046-01, 03-10-06, $7,820.00 U.S. Dollars, 18 USC 981(a)(1)(C), 18 USC 1956, 2005-3201-000072-01, 04-01-05, $25,900.00 in U.S. Dollars, 18 USC 981 (a)(1)(C); 18 USC 1956; 2005-3201-000074-01, 04-06-05, $5,042.87 in U.S. Dollars, 18 USC 981 (a)(1)(C), 18 USC 1956.

The above-described property was seized at the Port of Honolulu, Hawaii for violation of the cited provisions which are administered under the Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform Act of 2000. Any person involved in the above   violations desiring to claim any of the property must   appear at the Office of the Port Director of Customs and Border Protection, 300 Ala Moana Boulevard, Room     2-267, Honolulu, Hawaii, and file with the Fines,      Penalties and Forfeitures (FP&F) Officer within twenty (20) days from the date of first publication of this notice, a claim to such property. Upon the filing of a claim,    Customs and Border Protection will immediately refer the property to the United States Attorney’s office for the commencement of judicial forfeiture proceedings.

Lisa Leung
(SB03509687 7/7, 7/14, 7/21/06) FP & F Officer


DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY

NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY OF THE FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT (FONSI) AND ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT (EA) FOR THE AVIATOR RECOVERY HALAWA VALLEY, KO’OLAU MOUNTAINS, O’AHU, HAWAI’I

Pursuant to the Council on Environmental Quality regulations (40 Code of Federal Regulations Parts 1500 – 1508) implementing the National Environmental Policy Act, Chief of Naval Operations Instruction 5090.1B, and Chapter 343 Hawai‘i Revised Statutes, the Department of the Navy gives notice that an EA and FONSI have been prepared and an Environmental Impact Statement is not required for the Aviator Recovery, Halawa Valley, Ko‘olau Mountains, O‘ahu, Hawai‘i.
The Proposed Action is to recover the remains and personal effects of a naval aviator who crashed into the Ko‘olau Mountains while on a training flight in June 1944.  The project site is located in the upper Halawa Valley, below the Ko‘olau Mountain ridgeline, north of the southern entrance to the H-3 Freeway Tunnel on the island of O‘ahu, Hawai‘i.  The Proposed Action consists of two main phases:  the recovery of the aviator and post-recovery restoration work.  Proposed recovery activities are scheduled to occur from June through July 2006, and proposed post-recovery restoration activities are scheduled to occur from July to December 2006.  After restoration activities, short duration trips would continue for up to one year to monitor the progress of the restoration effort.
The Proposed Action would have no adverse effect on historic properties.  Commander Navy Region Hawaii has completed a National Historic Preservation Act Section 106 review by consulting with the State Historic Preservation Officer, the Office of Hawaiian Affairs, the O‘ahu Council of Hawaiian Civic Clubs, and the Ko`olaupoko Hawaiian Civic Club. 
The Proposed Action would not have a significant impact on critical habitat.  Formal consultation with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service regarding unoccupied designated critical habitat for seven endangered plant species overlapping the project site was conducted in compliance with
Section 7 of the Endangered Species Act.
With implementation of Best Management Practices, the Proposed Action would not result in significant impacts on the following resource areas:  air quality; noise; infrastructure; health and safety; socio-economics; land use; public facilities, services, and recreation; views; and topography, soils, and water resources.  The Proposed Action would not create environmental health and safety risks that may disproportionately affect children and minority or disadvantaged populations, and would not result in cumulative impacts to any environmental resource.  CNRH has determined that the Proposed Action would not have reasonably foreseeable direct or indirect effects on any coastal use or resource of the State’s coastal zone.
The EA and FONSI prepared by the Navy addressing this Proposed Action are on file and interested parties may request a copy from: Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Pacific, 258 Makalapa Drive, Suite 100, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii 96860-3134 (Attention: Mr. Kyle Fujimoto) telephone (808) 472-1442, E-mail “kyle.fujimoto@navy.mil.”  A limited number of copies are available to fill single copy requests. (SB01532567 7/7, 7/8, 07/09/2006)


The Board of Land and Natural Resources

Notice of Contested Case Hearing

For Contested Case HA-06-03 Regarding
the proposed Cohen Single Family Residence in the District of North Kohala, Hawai’i

The Board of Land and Natural Resources (BLNR), State of Hawaii, will conduct a hearing on standing for Contested Case HA-06-03, at Kailua-Kona, Hawaii. The hearing will be held pursuant to Chapters 91 and 183C, Hawaii Revised Statutes, and Chapters 13-1 and 13-5, Hawai’i Administrative Rules (HAR). The issues involve whether a conservation district use permit should be granted to the applicants for use of the land identified as TMK no. (3) 5-7-01:5. The BLNR has appointed a Hearing Officer to conduct the contested case hearing and the hearing on standing. The hearing on standing will commence at 9:00 a.m. on Monday, July 24, 2006, at the Natural Energy Lab of Hawai’i Authority’s (NELHA) Conference Room at 73-4460 Queen Ka’ahumanu Hwy, Kailua-Kona, Hawai’i, 96740.

Any person wishing to participate in the hearing as an   intervening party must file a written application in     conformance with HAR § 13-1-31, explaining briefly how he or she has a specific legal interest different from the general public and how this interest could be affected by the proposed action by no later than Friday, July 14, 2006. The BLNR will then grant or deny the application to intervene. At the hearing, only persons admitted as parties to the proceedings may actually participate.

Written applications should be sent to the Department of Land and Natural Resources, Office of Conservation and Coastal Lands (OCCL), Room 131, 1151 Punchbowl Street, Honolulu (or P.O. Box 621, Honolulu, Hawai’i, 96809).

Any party may retain counsel if desired. An individual may appear on his or her own behalf, or a member of a partnership may represent the partnership, or an officer or authorized employee of a corporation or trust or association may represent the corporation, trust or association. All parties shall be afforded the opportunity to present and cross-examine evidence and witnesses and make arguments on issues before the BLNR.

Please call 587-0048 for application forms or for further information.

PETER YOUNG, CHAIRPERSON
BOARD OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES

DATED: JUNE 29, 2006
(SB01532547 7/6/2006)


NOTICE OF NAME CHANGE

In 2005 and 2006, the Hawaii State Legislature enacted Act 196, Session Laws of Hawaii 2005, and Act 180, Session Laws of Hawaii 2006, which will convert the Housing and Community Development Corporation of Hawaii (HCDCH) into two separate and distinct housing agencies on July 1, 2006.  Both agencies will succeed to the various housing missions and functions that are   currently all administered by HCDCH, which will be     dissolved on July 1, 2006 as well.

The Hawaii Public Housing Authority (HPHA) will     administer the low-income public housing functions and most U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) programs.  The business address for the HPHA will be 1002 N. School Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96817.

The Hawaii Housing Finance and Development       Corporation (HHFDC) will be responsible for various   affordable housing programs such as the Villages of   Kapolei and the Rental Housing Trust Fund.  The business address for the HHFDC will be 677 Queen Street, Suite 300, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813.

STEPHANIE AVEIRO
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
  CORPORATION OF HAWAII
STATE OF HAWAII (SB05523618 7/6/06)


WASTEWATER SYSTEMS
PUBLIC NOTICE OF
VARIANCE APPLICATION NO. W W 221
DOCKET NO. 06 - V W W - 10

Pursuant to H.R.S. §342D-7(i), Hawaii Revised     Statutes, the State Department of Health (DOH) seeks written comments from interested persons regarding Six K Saddle City LLC of Honolulu, Hawaii has applied for a five (5) year variance from Hawaii Administrative Rules (HAR), Section 11-62-31.1(b)(1) which states: “Whenever an individual wastewater system is allowed under   subsection (a) the following shall apply: The director may allow an individual wastewater system other than a   cesspool to be used for two dwelling units which may or may not be located within the same building provided: (A) Both of the dwelling units are located on the same single family residential lot; and (B) The individual   wastewater system used shall meet the current         requirements of this chapter”.
Mr. James J. Cornick of James Cornick and Associates of Honolulu, Hawaii is the individual authorized to act for the applicant. The applicant is requesting that they be allowed to connect four (4) dwelling units not consisting of more than five (5) bedrooms to a single IWS. The   project is located at 41-363 Saddle City Road,        Waimanalo, Oahu, and identified as TMK: (1) 4-1-013: 002.
The applicant has made the following comments.
1. Because these are old plantation houses, the houses are clustered together, it is difficult to have enough area to install more than one wastewater system for this cluster of houses. Also, we need to minimize the economical burden to the land owner who is trying to keep this low income rental   housing available to those needing this type of rental property and also not to have some of the residence lose there places to live. By leaving the 3 bedroom dwelling unit on the existing cesspool and removing the 4 other dwelling units the     existing cesspool with the 3 bedroom will be in compliance with the current LCC rules and         regulations. The other 4 dwelling units will have to be discharged into an engineered wastewater   system which brings us to the problem. The current Title 11-Chapter 62 regulations only allow 2 dwelling units not consisting of more than 5 bedrooms to be approved for an IWS. We are requesting that the IWS system be allowed to have 4 dwelling units not consisting of more then 5 bedrooms to be allowed on the IWS.
2. There is three structures consisting of 5 dwelling units with a total of 8 bedrooms on 1 cesspool (1) 3 bedroom dwelling (1) 2 bedroom dwelling and (3) 1 bedroom dwellings, therefore are five dwelling units on a single cesspool and they are in violation of the LCC requirements and they have to be converted to an engineered individual wastewater system.
3. Current rules only allow for two (2) dwelling units per individual wastewater system which may or may not be located in the same building. The owner would have to take out two of the existing     residential dwellings in order to comply with Title 11-Chapter 62 regulation for Individual Wastewater Systems. This would place two families on the streets.
4. The public’s interest will be that by allowing the owners to keep the existing dwelling units, two families that currently live in said units will not be displaced. Having the engineered wastewater   system will also have less impact on the ground water and there will be a better quality of watewater being discharged into the environment.
5. The public’s health would be safer once the     engineered wastewater system is installed and it will be safe for the public due to the fact the wastewater being discharged will be of better quality after leaving the absorption bed and impacting the ground water.
6. If the owners can’t keep the existing units in tact, it will bring the property value down and that will impact other property values located in the area. Due to the shortage of housing on Oahu, it will   also add to the housing problem along with     displacing two existing tenants. Losing the income for said tenants will also cause additional hardship on the owner who now have to pay for the new wastewater system.
7. We are requesting the maximum amount of time that can be covered under this variance since this is a residential dwelling.
If you would like to review the submitted application, please call or write to the Wastewater Branch, 919 Ala Moana Boulevard, Room 309, Honolulu, Hawaii 96814-4920, telephone (808) 586-4294 or fax (808)586-4300 to obtain a copy or facsimile.
DOH will consider all written comments received   within thirty days of this notice. If warranted, DOH may hold a public hearing on the variance application after a separate thirty-day public notice. The final decision will be made on the basis of the application, related     documents, written comments and the public hearing, if any.

CHIYOME LEINAALA FUKINO, M.D.
Director of Health (SB01532542 07/04/06)


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

(Docket No. 06-CA-PA-12)

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. 0595-01-CT
Application for Permit Modification No. 0595-02
CTS Earthmoving, Inc.
357 TPH Crushing and Screening Plant
Located at:  Various Temporary Sites, State of Hawaii

The DRAFT PERMIT is described as follows:

The modification to temporary CSP No. 0595-01-CT will grant conditional approval to add a cone crushing unit to the existing plant.  The cone crushing plant consists of a cone crusher, 300 hp diesel engine, and three-deck screen.  The existing plant includes a jaw crusher and 362 hp diesel engine.  A water spray system will be used for plant equipment to control fugitive dust.  A water truck is proposed for additional fugitive dust control at each of the facility’s temporary work sites.  The crushing and screening plant is subject to 40 Code of Federal Regulations, Subpart OOO, Standards of     Performance for Nonmetallic Mineral Processing Plants.  The facility will be limited to 2,500 hours per year operation.  The proposed modification will result in the following net emission increases:

Plant Modification Significant level
Pollutant   Emissions (TPY)        (TPY)     

PM 2.9 25
PM10 1.5 15
SO2 1.4 40
NOX 11.6 40
VOC 1.0 40
CO 2.5 100

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

Oahu:

€ Clean Air Branch, Department of Health
919 Ala Moana Blvd., Room 203, Honolulu, Oahu 96814

Hawaii:

€ Hawaii District Health Office, Department of Health,
1582 Kamehameha Avenue, Hilo, Hawaii

€ Sanitation Branch, Keakealani Building, Department of Health,
79-1020 Haukapila Street, Room 115, Kealakekua, Hawaii

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 August 2, 2006.

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.  At the sole discretion of the Director of Health, 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 days in advance of the hearing.

Interested persons may obtain copies of the administrative record or parts thereof by paying five 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.

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.

Chiyome Leinaala Fukino, M.D.
(SB05523643 7/3/06) Director of Health


LEGAL NOTICE

PROPOSED DISPOSITION OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS
BY PUBLIC AUCTION OF A GENERAL LEASE
FOR GENERAL INDUSTRIAL-USE DEVELOPMENT

Property Location:  Kaei Hana II, Industrial Subdivision,
Kawaihae, Island of Hawaii

The Department of Hawaiian Home Lands (DHHL) intends to dispose of lands by public auction.  As authorized by §204(a)(2), Hawaiian Homes Commission Act, 1920, as amended, individuals or corporations interested in leasing the property herein       described shall have 45 days from the date this “NOTICE OF PROPOSED DISPOSITION BY PUBLIC AUCTION” is first published, that date being Monday, July 3, 2006, in which to submit completed applications for DHHL consideration.

All completed applications received by 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, August 17, 2006, shall be reviewed and only those applicants that meet DHHL’s initial objectives and criteria shall be notified in writing as being eligible to attend and bid at the scheduled Public Auction as follows:

DATE & TIME: Thursday, September 7, 2006 at 10:00 A.M.

LOCATION: DHHL West Hawaii District Office
55 Mile Marker
64-756 Mamalahoa Hwy.
Kamuela, Hawaii 96743

LAND TO BE DISPOSED: The subject property is situated in the Kaei Hana II, Industrial Subdivision, Kawaihae, Island of Hawaii.  Maluokalani Street and Maluokalani Place borders the site directly to the west. 

Packets containing an application form, property information and other requirements for completing the application process are available for pick up by prospective       applicants during regular office hours at DHHL’s Honolulu Office located at 1099   Alakea Street, Suite. 1230, or at the district offices located on the neighbor islands.  The appraisal report, which shall not be removed from DHHL’s office, may be reviewed during regular office hours.  Please call (808) 586-3858 (Honolulu) for the locations of neighbor island district offices and/or to make an appointment to review the appraisal report.

Land to be disposed:  The property to be disposed is identified as Tax Map Key No. (3)6-1-06:parcel 07 containing approximately 12.961 acres (564,620 square feet) of land, and is located in Kaei Hana II, Industrial Subdivision, Kawaihae, Island of Hawaii.

Purpose/Use:  The property is being offered for General Industrial Use development.  Improvements and uses shall conform to those allowed in a MG-1a zoning district and all applicable permit requirements consistent therewith.

Term:  Flexible: Minimum of twenty (20) years but not to exceed a maximum term of fifty-five (55) years. 

Rent:  The minimum upset rent for the first 20 years is as follows:

    Term Minimum Upset Rent Per Annum

Years 1-10                 $ 122,500.00

Years 11-15                     +25%
Increase from preceding ten (10) year period

Years 16-20                     +12.5%
Increase from preceding five (5) year period

Rent Reopening:  If the term of the lease extends beyond 20 years, the rent shall be re-determined by an independent fair market appraisal prior to commencement of the twenty-first (21st), thirty-first (31st) and forty-first (41st) years.

Telecommunication Service:  Sandwich Isles Communications, Inc. (SIC) will provide telephone and broadband services to the project at a time when such services are needed.

Chapter 343, Environmental Assessment:  The successful bidder shall be required to complete compliance with Chapter 343 of the Hawaii Revised Statutes, as amended, prior to the start of any demolition or construction activity on the site.  Such compliance shall assess the impacts that the proposed development will have on the surrounding environment, such as infrastructure, traffic, parking, noise, etc.

You may review and obtain the Notice of Public Auction packet with Application and all pertinent information at the DHHL office in Honolulu or any DHHL office on the neighbor islands.  Applications submitted by prospective bidders to qualify to bid at the   September 7, 2006 Public Auction must be received by 4:00 P.M., Thursday, August 17, 2006, at DHHL in Honolulu, or at any of the neighbor island DHHL offices. 

Applicants who have submitted their application to bid by the deadline of 4:00 P.M., Thursday, August 17, 2006, and who have been qualified by DHHL in advance of the auction date will be invited to bid at the auction.  By August 28, 2006, each applicant will be sent written notification, informing them as to their eligibility or non-eligiblity to bid at the auction.  See Notice of Public Auction packet for further instructions,      application criteria, maps, legal descriptions and a draft of the general lease document with the detailed terms and conditions of the lease.

For additional information and to receive a Notice of Public Auction packet, you may contact: Peter “Kahana” Albinio, Jr., Property Development Agent, at Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, Land Management Division, (808) 587-6429 on Oahu or visit our website at www.hawaii.gov/dhhl/legalnotices.

This Notice of Public Auction is authorized by and may be cancelled, postponed,    modified or continued from time to time by public announcement to that effect by   Micah A. Kane, Chairman, Hawaiian Homes Commission. 

Date:  Honolulu, Hawaii, June 21, 2006.

State of Hawaii
DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS

By_________________________________
Micah A. Kane, Chairman
(SB05523501 7/3/06) Hawaiian Homes Commission


NOTICE

The following Ordinances passed Final Reading at the meeting held by the Council of the City and County of Honolulu on June 7, 2006 and were subsequently approved by the Mayor: 

Ordinance 06-23 [Bill 34 (2006), CD2] – A Bill for an Ordinance relating to the special reserve fund. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Garcia, Kobayashi, Okino, Tam. - 7.
NOES: Councilmembers Djou, Marshall. –2. 
Approved/Effective:  June 20, 2006

Ordinance 06-24 [Bill 39 (2006), CD1] – A Bill for an Ordinance to rezone lands situated at 230 and 254 North Beretania Street between Aala Street and College Walk, Kalihi-Palama, Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii, (amending portion of Zoning Map No. 5, Kalihi-Nuuanu, Ordinance No. 86-108). 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. - 9.
Approved/Effective:  June 20, 2006

Ordinance 06-25 [Bill 40 (2006), CD1, FD1] – A Bill for an Ordinance to rezone lands situated at Ewa, Oahu, Hawaii. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. - 9.
Approved/Effective:  June 20, 2006

Ordinance 06-26 [Bill 41 (2006), CD1] – A Bill for an Ordinance to amend conditions in two existing unilateral agreements related to a future child-care facility for Ewa by Gentry. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. - 9.
Approved/Effective:  June 20, 2006

Ordinance 06-27 [Bill 43 (2006), CD1] – A Bill for an Ordinance relating to an integrated solid waste management plan. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. - 9.
Approved/Effective:  June 20, 2006

Ordinance 06-28 [Bill 44 (2006), CD1, FD1] – A Bill for an Ordinance to rezone land situated at Kapolei, Ewa, Oahu, Hawaii (amending portion of Zoning Map No. 13, Makakilo, Ordinance 86-115, dated October 22, 1986, and portion of Zoning Map No. 14, Barber’s Point-Kahe-Nanakuli, Ordinance 86-116, dated October 22, 1986). 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. - 9.
Approved/Effective:  June 20, 2006

Ordinance 06-29 [Bill 45 (2006), CD1] – A Bill for an Ordinance to amend a portion (fifteen acres or less) of the State Land Use District Boundary Map No. 0-6 (Ewa Quadrangle) from the Agricultural District to the Urban District for certain lands situated at Kapolei, Oahu, Hawaii. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. - 9.
Approved/Effective:  June 20, 2006

Ordinance 06-30 [Bill 81 (2005), CD2] – A Bill for an Ordinance relating to real property tax valuations. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. - 9.
Approved/Effective:  June 23, 2006 and apply to the tax year beginning July 1, 2006.

Ordinance 06-31 [Bill 27 (2006), CD2] – A Bill for an Ordinance relating to the Legislative Budget for the Fiscal Year July 1, 2006 to June 30, 2007. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. - 9.
Approved: June 23, 2006
Effective: July 1, 2006

Ordinance 06-32 [Bill 28 (2006), CD2] – A Bill for an Ordinance relating to the Executive Operating Budget and Program for the Fiscal Year July 1, 2006 to June 30, 2007. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. - 8.
NOES: Councilmember Djou. – 1. 
Approved: June 23, 2006
Effective:  July 1, 2006

Ordinance 06-33 [Bill 29 (2006), CD2] – A Bill for an Ordinance relating to the Executive Capital Budget and Program for the Fiscal Year July 1, 2006 to June 30, 2007. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. – 8. 
NOES: Councilmember Djou. - 1.
Approved: June 23, 2006
Effective: July 1, 2006

Ordinance 06-34 [Bill 30 (2006)] – A Bill for an Ordinance 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, 2007, 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, or the Solid Waste Improvement Bond Fund. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. - 9.
Approved/Effective:  June 23, 2006

Ordinance 06-35 [Bill 31 (2006), CD2] – A Bill for an Ordinance to amend Chapter 28, Articles 6 through 9, Revised Ordinances of Honolulu, 1990, as amended relating to the Department of Enterprise Services. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. - 9.
Approved/Effective:  June 23, 2006 and shall only apply to those bookings or contracts entered into after the effective date of this ordinance. 

Ordinance 06-36 [Bill 32 (2006), CD1] – A Bill for an Ordinance to amend Chapter 10, Article 2, Section 1, Revised Ordinances of Honolulu, 1990, as amended relating to admission fees for the Honolulu Zoo. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. - 9.
Approved/Effective:  June 23, 2006

Ordinance 06-37 [Bill 33 (2006), CD1] – A Bill for an Ordinance to amend Chapter 6, Revised Ordinances of Honolulu 1990, as amended, relating to the transit fund. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. - 9.
Approved/Effective:  June 23, 2006

* * * * * *
Copies of the foregoing Ordinances, in full, are available for use and examination during regular business hours at the City Clerk’s office, Room 203, Honolulu Hale.  Also recently enacted ordinances amending the Revised Ordinances of Honolulu 1990 are available on-line at http://www4.honolulu.gov/docushare/dsweb/HomePag. Should you have any questions, please call 523-4480.

DENISE C. DE COSTA, City Clerk (SB03509650 7/1/06)


PUBLIC NOTICE

The Department of Health, State of Hawaii, is notifying all interested persons of the proposed settlement between the Department of Health and Ultimate Innovations, Inc.  The Department of Health has issued Notice and Finding of Violation and Order, in Docket No. 05-CA-EO-01, alleging that Ultimate Innovations, Inc. violated state air pollution laws, HRS §342B-11, HAR §11-60.1-2, HAR §11-60.1-53 and AGP 4157P by burning tree logs and stumps greater than 4 inches in diameter, by not having an adequate water source for the burn pile, by not having an adult representative from the respondent’s facility attending the fire, by not burning their agricultural waste in a controllable amount and by not having the fire completely extinguished by 6:00 p.m. 
A Consent Order has been drafted that proposes to settle this case.  Interested persons may submit written comments on this proposed settlement to the Department of Health within 30 days of this notice.  Comments should be sent to Mr. Wilfred Nagamine, Manager, Clean Air Branch, Department of Health, P.O. Box 3378, Honolulu, Hawaii, 96801-3378.  The proposed Consent Order and the Notice and Finding of Violation and Order may be reviewed at the Clean Air Branch in Honolulu at 919 Ala Moana Boulevard, Suite 203.  For additional information, contact Mr. David Wong of the Clean Air Branch in Honolulu at (808) 586-4200. (SB03509635 6/30/06)


PUBLIC NOTICE

The Hawai`i Department of Health (HDOH) invites the public to review and comment on the draft Remedial Action Memorandum (draft RAM) for the remediation of Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons (TPH) and 1,1,2,2-tetrachloroethane (TeCA) contamination at the Former Kahuku Sugar Mill Site at Kahuku, on the island of O`ahu, Hawai`i.  You are also invited to attend a public meeting to learn more about the response action being proposed for the site and provide comments.

The former Kahuku Sugar Mill site (an approximately 14.5 acre property owned by RINA Enterprises) is a participant in HDOH’s Voluntary Response Program, under which contamination at the site is being remediated on a voluntary basis.  The response action being proposed for the site is excavation of TPH and TeCA contaminated subsurface soil, free-phase TPH product removal, and soil landfarming in onsite treatment cells, which will reduce the TPH contamination primarily through bioremediation process and reduce the TeCA contamination primarily through aeration or volatilization process.

A draft RAM has been put together to describe the proposed response action to the public and to seek public feedback on the proposed action. Copies of the draft RAM, a fact sheet, and additional summary information on the site are now available for review at the Kahuku Public and School Library (56-490 Kamehameha Highway, Kahuku, HI 96731) or at the Department of Health, 919 Ala Moana Boulevard, Honolulu, in Room # 206. In addition, if you would like a fact sheet about the proposed response action mailed to you, or if you have questions, you can call HDOH in Honolulu at (808) 586-4249 and ask for John Peard, or e-mail him at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

A public meeting will be held at the Main Hall of the Kahuku Community Center:

Date: Monday, July 24th, 2006
Meeting Time: 7.00 PM to 9.00 PM
Location: Kahuku Community Center, Main Hall
Address: 56-576 Kamehameha Highway,
Kahuku, Hawai’i 96731

The purpose of this public meeting is to inform all interested parties about the proposed response action at the site, and invite the public to provide comments.

Written comments regarding the proposed TPH and TeCA remediation at the site will be accepted through August 7th, 2006, and should be sent to:

John Peard, Project Manager
Hawai`i Department of Health
HEER Office, Room 206
919 Ala Moana Boulevard Honolulu, HI 96814
(SB03509634 6/30/06)


Public Notice
State Health Planning and Development Agency
Certificate of Need

The Agency has received the following certificate of need applications for standard review:

#05-25 from Malulani Health and Medical Center, LLC, for the establishment of Malulani Health and Medical Center (150 acute care beds and ancillary services) to be located at TMK: (2) 2-2-24: por. 16, Kihei, Hawaii, at a capital cost of $119,313,397;

#06-16 from Maui Memorial Medical Center for the establishment of Interventional Cardiac Catheterization and Heart Surgery services located at 221     Mahalani Street, Wailuku, Hawaii, at a capital cost of $1,500,000.

Application reviews are scheduled as follows:
July 7, 2006, Tri-Isle Subarea Health Planning Council,  9 a.m., H.P. Baldwin High School, Room 14-Lecture Hall, Multi-Purpose Building, 1650 Kaahumanu Avenue,  Wailuku, Hawaii;
July 20, 2006, Certificate of Need Review Panel, 9:00 a.m., 235 South Beretania Street (State Office Tower/ Leiopapa A Kamehameha), Honolulu, Hawaii, Room 204; and
July 27, 2006, Statewide Health Coordinating Council, 9:00 a.m., 235 South Beretania Street (State Office Tower/Leiopapa A Kamehameha), Honolulu, Hawaii, Room 204.

Certificate applications are reviewed according to the   following criteria:  relation to the state health services and facilities plan, need and accessibility, quality, cost and finances, relation to the existing health care system, and availability of resources.
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). (SB05523660 6/30/06)


PUBLIC NOTICE
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP) NO. 14871
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG)
HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIPS (HOME) PROGRAM

Pursuant to the public notice published on May 30, 2006, the City and County of Honolulu, through its Department of Budget and Fiscal Services (City), announces that the applications for CDBG and HOME funds for fiscal year 2008 under Request for Proposals No. 14871 are now available.  Private nonprofit corporations and agencies of the City and County of Honolulu are encouraged to download or pick up these funding applications from the Division of Purchasing, Honolulu Hale, 530 South King Street, Room 115, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813.

The schedule to apply for fiscal year 2008 CDBG and HOME funding is as follows:

June 30, 2006….......................CDBG and HOME funding applications are available.
4:00 p.m., July 14, 2006…......Deadline for private nonprofits to submit prequalification materials to the Division of Purchasing, as evidenced by a date and time stamp from the Division of Purchasing.
Friday, July 28, 2006…........... Deadline to ask for technical assistance about funding applications from City.
4:00 p.m., August 31, 2006…..Deadline for private nonprofits and City agencies to submit CDBG/HOME funding applications to the Division of Purchasing, as evidenced by a date and time stamp from the Division of Purchasing.
March 31, 2007…....................Deadline for final project selection.

To obtain and submit a CDBG or HOME funding application:

€ Obtain the RFP and funding applications on the Division of Purchasing website:  http://www.honolulu.gov/pur
€ You may also pick up these funding applications in person at the Division of
Purchasing, Honolulu Hale, 530 South King Street, Room 115, Honolulu, Hawaii.
€ Complete the CDBG and HOME funding application, including all required
attachments.
€ Return the completed funding application(s), any required attachments, plus the City’s written approval of your prequalification materials to the Division of Purchasing by 4:00 p.m., August 31, 2006, as evidenced by a date and time stamp from the Di vision of Purchasing.  (Funding applications must include the City’s written approval of prequalification materials that were submitted to the Division of Purchasing by the July 14, 2006, deadline.)

Questions concerning this solicitation may be directed to Eric Stoetzer at 527-5676.

Holly Kawano, Federal Grants Coordinator Mary Patricia Waterhouse, Director
Department of Budget and Fiscal Services Department of Budget and Fiscal Services
530 South King Street, Room 208 By order of MUFI HANNEMANN, MAYOR
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813 City and County of Honolulu
(SB05523658 6/30/06)


The Board of Land and Natural Resources

Notice of Contested Case Hearing

For Contested Case HA-06-01 Regarding
Conservation District Use Application
(CDUA) HA-3250
Commercial Use of Hand Quarried Ash

The Board of Land and Natural Resources (BLNR), State of Hawaii, will conduct a hearing for Contested Case HA-06-01, at Hilo, Hawaii. The hearing will be held pursuant to Chapters 91 and 183C, Hawaii Revised Statutes, and Chapters 13-1 and 13-5, Hawaii Administrative Rules (HAR). The BLNR has appointed a Hearing Officer to   conduct the contested case hearing, which will       commence with a hearing on standing and a pre-hearing       conference at 10:30 a.m. on Thursday, July 20, 2006, at the Hilo State Building, Conference Room B, 75 Aupuni St., Hilo, island of Hawaii.

Any person wishing to participate in the hearing as an   intervening party must file a written application in     conformance with Section 13-1-31, HAR, as amended,  explaining briefly how he or she has a specific legal     interest different from the general public and how this   interest could be affected by the proposed action. The Hearing Officer will then grant or deny the application to intervene. At the hearing, only persons admitted as   parties to the proceedings may actually participate.

Any party may retain counsel if desired. An individual may appear on his or her own behalf, or a member of a     partnership may represent the partnership, or an officer or authorized employee of a corporation or trust or       association may represent the corporation, trust or     association. All parties shall be afforded the opportunity to present and cross-examine evidence and witnesses and make arguments on issues before the BLNR.

Written applications to intervene must be received no later than 4:30 p.m., Monday, July 10, 2006, at the       Department of Land and Natural Resources, Office of Conservation and Coastal Lands, Room 131, 1151 Punchbowl Street. Honolulu (or P.O. Box 621, Honolulu, Hawaii 96809). Application forms are available at the Office of Conservation and Coastal Lands, on-line at http://www.hawaii.gov/dlnr/occl or will be sent upon request. Please call 587-0382 for application forms or for further information.

Disabled individuals planning to attend the hearing are asked to contact the DLNR at the above address or phone Tiger Mills at (808) 587-0382 at least three days in   advance of the hearing to indicate if they have special needs which require accommodation.

PETER T. YOUNG, CHAIRPERSON
BOARD OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES

DATED: JUNE 22, 2006
(SB05523645 6/30/06)


Legal Notice

In accordance with section 91-3(d), Hawaii Revised Statutes, notice is hearby provided, prior to the       Governor’s waiver of the public hearing provisions of the Administrative Procedure Act, that the Department of Human Services has no discretion in the adoption of   administrative rules to reflect the federal mandated   provisions. Therefore, the Department will seek the   Governor’s approval to adopt the proposed administrative rule amendments without public hearing.

The Deficit Reduction Act of 2005 prohibits Federal     Financial Participation (FFP) for all new and current Medicaid recipients that fail to show satisfactory     documentary evidence to prove U.S. Citizenship and   Identity at the time of application or re-determination of benefits.  Under the measure, effective July 1, 2006,    individuals applying for medical assistance must present such evidence at the time of application. Current       recipients must provide the documentary evidence at the time of their first re-determination of benefit eligibility starting July 1, 2006.  An applicant or recipient who does not comply with the requirement to present documentary evidence shall be denied eligibility or terminated.

DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES
LILLIAN B. KOLLER, ESQ., DIRECTOR
(SB05523619 6/29/06)


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

(Docket No. 06-CA-PA-11)

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 a DRAFT PERMIT presently under review for:

Covered Source Permit (CSP) No. 0612-01-CT
Application No. 0612-01
Kiewit Pacific Company
400 TPH Drum-Mix Asphalt Plant with 1,807 hp Diesel Engine Generator
Located at:  Kawaihae, Hawaii

The DRAFT PERMIT is described as follows:

CSP No. 0612-01-CT will grant conditional approval for a new 400 TPH drum-mix     asphalt plant with 1,807 hp diesel engine generator. The plant incorporates a       baghouse to control particulate emissions, and water trucks to minimize fugitive   emissions from aggregate storage piles and roads.  The facility is subject to the federal Standards of Performance for New Stationary Sources, Title 40 CFR, Part 60, Subpart I - Standards of Performance for Hot Mix Asphalt Facilities.

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

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

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

€ Sanitation Branch, Keakealani Building, Department of Health,
79-1020 Haukapila Street, Room 115, Kealakekua, Hawaii

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 July 27, 2006.

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.  At the sole discretion of the Director of Health, 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 days in advance of the hearing.

Interested persons may obtain copies of the administrative records or parts thereof by paying five cents per page copying costs. Please send written requests to the Oahu office of the CIean Air Branch listed above or call Mr. Carl Ibaan at the Clean Air Branch in Honolulu at (808) 586-4200.

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.

Chiyome Leinaala Fukino, M.D.
(SB05523560 6/27/06) Director of Health


PUBLIC NOTICE
OPENING OF HAWAII
PUBLIC HOUSING
AUTHORITY (HPHA)

SECTION 8 TENANT-BASED
WAIT LIST

The Hawaii Public Housing Authority (HPHA) will     reopen the Wait List and begin accepting pre-applications for its Section 8 tenant-based Housing Choice Voucher for the island of Oahu. Pre-applications will be available from July 3, 2006 through July 7, 2006 at nine (9) locations listed below. The pre-application distribution for the Section 8 wait list will end at the close of business on July 7, 2006. Interested persons must submit a pre-application postmarked between July 3, 2006 and July 11, 2006 in the self-addressed envelope that HPHA has provided. Only one pre-application per envelope will be accepted. Multiple applications in a single self-addressed envelope will not be accepted. Photocopies or hand deliveries will not be accepted. HPHA will not accept any pre-applications postmarked after July 11, 2006. HPHA will not be responsible for material that is illegible or missing as a result of postal failures. Once received, HPHA will stamp each pre-application with the date and time as it is opened.

Applications will be available at all Oahu Work Links   Offices and the HPHA Office:
Dillingham Plaza, 1505 Dillingham Blvd., Room 110
Honolulu Office, 830 Punchbowl Street, Room 112
Kaneohe Office, 45-1141 Kamehameha Hwy.
Waialua Shopping Center, 67-292 Goodale Avenue
Waianae Neighborhood Community Center, 85-670 Farrington Hwy.
Waipahu Civic Center, 94-275 Mokuola St., Room 300
Makalapa Community Center in Aiea, 99-102 Kalaloa Street
Kapolei Resource Center, 601 Kamokila Blvd. Room 588
HPHA, 1002 N. School St., Bldg A

Further information is available by calling HPHA at 832-6040 (TTY: 832-6083).

The Section 8 programs provide rental assistance to families who meet established eligibility criteria and who are within the following applicable income limits:

Number of Persons

1 2 3 4 5 6 7   8+_
24,950   28,500 32,100 35,650   38,500 41,350   44,200 47,050

HPHA does not discriminate against any person       because of race, color, sex, disability, familial status,  national origin, religion or any other non-merit factors.
(SB03509451 6/26, 6/28, 6/30/06)


Notice of Availability of Final Supplemental
Programmatic Environmental Assessment (SPEA) and Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI)
for the 2006 Supplement to the 2002 Rim of the Pacific Exercises Programmatic Environmental
Assessment, Hawaii

SUMMARY: Pursuant to section 102(2)(C) of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of 1969 and the Council on Environmental Quality Regulations (40 CFR parts 1500–1508) implementing the procedural provisions of NEPA, the United States Department of the Navy (Navy) gives notice that a Final SPEA has been prepared and an Environmental Impact Statement is not required for implementation of the 2006 Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) exercises.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Please contact the U.S. Pacific Fleet at 808-474-7836 or write to Commander, U.S. Pacific Fleet (NO1CE), 250 Makalapa Drive, Pearl Harbor, HI 96860-3131.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: RIMPAC has been conducted at various locations throughout the State of Hawaii and surrounding ocean areas biennially for the last 32 years. The purpose of RIMPAC is to implement a selected set of exercises that are combined into a multinational, sea control/power projection Fleet training exercise in a multi-threat environment. RIMPAC exercises enhance the abilities of a multinational Fleet force to communicate and operate in simulated hostile scenarios. In 2002, a Programmatic EA (PEA) was prepared in support of the RIMPAC exercises. The PEA identified the proposed action as the set of exercises and locations that would be used for RIMPAC activities for the foreseeable future. It identified the maximum usage of ongoing training assets and exercises that could be conducted within a given RIMPAC event and evaluated the impacts on the environment within those bounds. The FONSI for the RIMPAC PEA, signed June 11, 2002, concluded that as long as future RIMPAC exercises did not exceed the evaluated set of activities, the proposed action could be implemented without supplemental NEPA documentation. Thus, the scope of each future RIMPAC exercise has been evaluated for consistency with the 2002 RIMPAC PEA and its FONSI.

The 2006 SPEA was prepared to evaluate new training event locations and to review all proposed RIMPAC 2006 activities to the analysis in the 2002 RIMPAC PEA and a 2004 SPEA to ensure all proposed activities are addressed. The review included an evaluation of: training levels (personnel and equipment) and types of equipment; facilities and procedures for implementing RIMPAC at each installation or range; and changes in the affected environment or environmental sensitivities. In addition, the 2006 SPEA also includes a description of the Antisubmarine Warfare (ASW) operations, and the ASW acoustic effects modeling completed for RIMPAC 2006.

The only change being proposed is the location for conducting the Non- Combatant Evacuation Operation (NEO) at the Pacific Missile Range Facility (PMRF) and Niihau. No new training events are proposed. The NEO training event locations at PMRF and Niihau, when added to the proposed action assessed in the RIMPAC PEA and 2004 Supplement, form the proposed action for the purpose of the 2006 SPEA.

Accordingly, the analysis conducted in the SPEA focused on the following resources: terrestrial and marine environments and cultural resources. Specifically, the 2006 SPEA includes analysis related to mid-frequency active sonar based on application of emergent science. Long-term studies of the quantification and effects of exposure of marine mammal species to acoustic emissions are progressing, and Navy, in coordination with the National Marine Fisheries Service is incorporating the results into this SPEA. The ASW training events being analyzed are not new and have taken place with no significant changes over the previous 19 RIMPAC exercises. However, new scientific information has led to the ability to quantitatively identify harassment levels, as defined in the Marine Mammal Protection Act, through the use of newly derived threshold criteria metrics. Additionally, scientific advances in effects-analysis modeling of sound on marine mammals have provided Navy the ability to predict cumulative effects on marine species due to a proposed action. Due to these advances in scientific information, the 2006 SPEA provides an effects-analysis on marine mammals that may be affected by the RIMPAC training events that use hull-mounted mid-frequency active sonar. The Final SPEA and FONSI may be obtained by written request from: Commander, U.S. Pacific Fleet (N01CE), 250 Makalapa Drive, Pearl Harbor, HI 96860. 

The Final SPEA and FONSI are also available for public   review at the project Web site at http://www.smdcen.us/rimpac06/. In addition, the documents may be reviewed at the following locations: Wailuku Public Library, 251 High Street, Wailuku, Hawaii 96793, (Maui). Hilo Public Library, 300 Waianaenue Avenue, Hilo, Hawaii 96720, Hawaii). Hawaii State Library, Hawaii and Pacific Section Document Unit, 478 South King Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, (Oahu). Lihue   Public Library, 4344 Hardy Street, Lihue, Hawaii 96766, (Kauai).  (SB03509580 6/23, 6/24, 6/25/06)


PUBLIC NOTICE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Wayne M. Hashiro,    Managing Director, City and County of Honolulu, pursuant to the provisions of Section 2-32.3(b)(5), Revised     Ordinances of Honolulu, is notifying members of the   public that video surveillance cameras are being installed in the following locations:

(a) Two (2) video surveillance cameras will be installed and operated continuously in the reception area of the office of the Mayor, on the third floor of City Hall, 530 South King Street, both facing the reception area, to provide coverage of the enclosed public   entrance and waiting area.

(b) One (1) video surveillance camera will be installed and operated continuously in the reception area of the office of the Managing Director, on the third floor of City Hall, 530 South King Street, facing the front entrance and reception desk to provide coverage of the public entrance to that office.

The video surveillance is being initiated in accordance with the authority granted under the provisions of Section 2-32.3(a)(3), Revised Ordinances of Honolulu.

Members of the public may submit written comments to:

Managing Director
Office of the Mayor
530 South King Street
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

and/or

Honolulu City Council
530 South King Street
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

no later than ten (10) days following the publication of this official notice.

Dated:  June 22, 2006 (SB05523500 6/22/06)


NOTICE OF ORDER
Setting the Minimum Price Paid Per Hundredweight
of Class I Milk in the Honolulu Milk Shed

  Notice is given that pursuant to section 157-33, Hawaii Revised Statutes, and section 4-60-9, Hawaii         Administrative Rules, the Board of Agriculture, by and through the manager of the Commodities Branch of the Department of Agriculture, on June 13, 2006, approved the establishment of the minimum price for class I milk in the Honolulu milk shed, based on milk with a butterfat   content of 3.3 per cent, at $24.57 per hundredweight in Order No. 07-MK-06 effective July 1, 2006.

Copies of Order No. 07-MK-06 are available at the     Department of Agriculture, 1851 Auiki Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96819-3100 (Ph. 832-0700) and will be mailed to interested parties upon request. A reproduction fee of 50 cents per page or fraction thereof, will be assessed for all requested copies.

Sandra Lee Kunimoto
(SB05523464 6/22/06) Chairperson, Board of Agriculture


WASTEWATER SYSTEMS
PUBLIC NOTICE OF
VARIANCE APPLICATION NO. W W 218
DOCKET NO. 06 - V W W - 07

Pursuant to H.R.S. §342D-7(i), Hawaii Revised Statutes, the State Department of Health (DOH) seeks written comments from interested persons regarding the following, Mr. Stephen C. Holmes (Owner) of 78-6701 Alii Drive, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii has applied for a five (5) year variance from Hawaii Administrative Rules (HAR), Section 11-62-31.1(a) (I) (D) & (b)(I)(2)(C) which states that only two (2) dwelling units can be served by a single individual wastewater system (IWS).

Mr. Stephen J. Herbert is the individual authorized to act for the applicant. The applicant is requesting that he be allowed to continue to use a single IWS which serves a building with three (3) dwelling units located at the above stated address, and identified as TMK: (3) 7-8-014: 041.

The applicant has made the following comments.

1. Following his wife’s illness and inability to use stairs, the Owner elected to convert the ground floor storage area into an efficiency apartment that met handicap standards. this conversion created a third dwelling in the building that is served by a
single IWS. The total number of bedrooms in this building is five so the total flow is within Chapter 11-62-31 limits.

2. The three dwelling units that flow into one IWS does not appear to conform with Chapter 11-62- 31.1 that implies that only two units can be served by a single IWS.

3. When the third phase of the municipal sewer line is installed in Alii Drive, the Owner will be obligated to connect the wastewater from the building to the new line and the non compliance situation will be avoided. The County and the Kamehameha
Investment Corporation has a plan in place and it is their intent to install extension within the next five years.

4. The granting of the variance is in the public interest in as much as the public will not be affected in
anyway. No pollution limits are exceeded based on minimum land size or total number of bedrooms
allowed for one individual wastewater system.

5. The purpose of the change in the structure was to create a handicap complying apartment to
accommodate the failing health of the applicant’s wife.

6. Currently the owner’s wife is enduring serious
hardship when using the stairs to the second floor apartment, as opposed to use the use of the first floor unit. However, there is no equal or greater
benefit to the public.

7. The variance has been requested for the maximum of five (5) years.

A letter from the Department of Health’s Wastewater Branch date April 14, 2005 and plot plans were attached to the variance application but can not be shown here. If you would like to review the full application, please call or write to the Wastewater Branch, 919 Ala Moana Boulevard, Room 309, Honolulu, Hawaii 96814-4920, telephone (808) 586-4294 or fax (808) 586-4300 to obtain a copy or facsimile.

DOH will consider all written comments received within thirty days of this notice. If warranted, DOH may hold a public hearing on the variance application, after a separate thirty-day written comments and the public hearing, if any.

CHIYOME L. FUKINO, M.D.
Director of Health (SB03509526 6/14/06)



CANDIDATE CONTRIBUTION LIMITS
FOR APPLICABLE ELECTION PERIODS


Governor
Contribution Limit - $6,000
2006 Election Period - November 6, 2002 through November 7, 2006

Lt. Governor
Contribution Limit - $6,000
2006 Election Period - November 6, 2002 through November 7, 2006

State Senate
Districts 2, 4, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 19, 20, 24, 25
Contribution Limit - $4,000
2006 Election Period - November 6, 2002 through November 7, 2006

State House of Representatives
Contribution Limit - $2,000
2006 Election Period - November 3, 2004 through November 7, 2006

Honolulu City Council
Districts 2, 4, 6, 8
Contribution Limit - $4,000
2006 Election Period - November 6, 2002 through November 7, 2006

Hawaii County Council
Contribution Limit - $2,000
2006 Election Period - November 3, 2004 through November 7, 2006

Maui Mayor
Contribution Limit - $4,000
2006 Election Period - November 6, 2002 through November 7, 2006

Maui County Council
Contribution Limit - $2,000
2006 Election Period - November 3, 2004 through November 7, 2006

Kauai Mayor
Contribution Limit - $4,000
2006 Election Period - November 6, 2002 through November 7, 2006

Kauai County Council
Contribution Limit - $2,000
2006 Election Period - November 3, 2004 through November 7, 2006

Office of Hawaiian Affairs
Maui, Oahu, At-Large (3)
Contribution Limit - $6,000
2006 Election Period - November 6, 2002 through November 7, 2006

Board of Education
2nd Dept. (Maui), 4th Dept. (Central), 6 Dept. (Windward), No Dept. (3)
Contribution Limit - $4,000
2006 Election Period - November 6, 2002 through November 7, 2006

Campaign Spending Commission ph.  586-0285
http://www.hawaii.gov/campaign (SB05523521 6/21, 6/23, 6/25/06)


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

(Docket No. 06-CA-PA-10)

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 PERMITS presently under review for:

(1) Temporary Covered Source Permit (CSP) No. 0622-01-CT
Application for Initial Permit No. 0622-01
Hawaiian Dredging Construction Company
400 TPH Mobile Crushing and Screening Plant
Located at:  Various Temporary Sites, State of Hawaii
Initial Location:  Honokohau Harbor, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii

(2) Temporary Covered Source Permit (CSP) No. 0010-01-CT
Application for Renewal/Modification No. 0010-11
Jas. W. Glover, Ltd.
Two (2) Asphalt Concrete Plants and Two (2) Stone Processing Plants
Located at:  890 Leilani Street, Hilo, Hawaii
Initial Location of the 660 tph Stone Processing Plant:  TMK 4-2-9-3:4,
    Mahaulepu Quarry, Kauai

(3) Covered Source Permit (CSP) No. 0239-01-C
Application for Renewal No. 0239-02
Hawaiian Electric Company, Inc. (HECO)
Waiau Generating Station
Six (6) Boilers and Two (2) Combustion Turbines
Located at:  Pearl City, Oahu

The DRAFT PERMITS are described as follows:

(1) Temporary CSP No. 0622-01-CT will grant conditional approval for operating a 400 TPH mobile crushing plant with diesel engine at various temporary sites.  The plant is equipped with a water spray system to control fugitive dust. A water truck is proposed for additional fugitive dust control at each of the plant’s temporary work sites. The crushing and screening plant is subject to 40 Code of Federal   Regulations, Subpart OOO, Standards of Performance for Nonmetallic Mineral Processing Plants. The plant is limited to 2,500 hours per year operation. 

(2) The renewal/modification of CSP No. 0010-01-CT will grant conditional approval to add diesel engine generators (DEGs) and limit the operating hours of the     asphalt concrete plants in order to be a non-major source.  The added DEGs will operate if HELCO power is not available. New Source Performance Standard (NSPS), Subpart I - Standards of Performance for Hot Mix Asphalt Facilities and Subpart OOO - Standards of Performance for Nonmetallic Mineral Processing Plants are still applicable. The increase in emissions from the DEGs are shown   below and are below significant levels. If approved, this draft permit will supersede the current operating permit in its entirety.

1,085 HP DEG 620 HP DEG   Total Significant
Pollutant     (tpy)        (tpy)      (tpy)      (tpy) 

SO2 3.00 1.66 4.66 40
NOX 15.07 12.11 27.18 40
CO 0.96 1.18 2.14 100
PM 0.24 0.19 0.43 25
PM10 0.24 0.19 0.43 15
VOC 0.36 0.23 0.59 40
HAPs 0.01 0.01 0.02 n/a

(3) The renewal of CSP No. 0239-01-C will grant conditional approval to HECO to   continue operating six (6) boilers and two (2) combustion turbines for power   generation. If approved, this draft permit will supersede the current operating   permit in its entirety.

The ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS, consisting of the APPLICATIONS and non-confidential supporting materials from the applicant, the permit review summaries, and the DRAFT PERMITS, 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 (CSP Nos. 0622-01-CT and 0010-01-CT only):
€ Hawaii District Health Office, Department of Health,
1582 Kamehameha Avenue, Hilo, Hawaii

€ Sanitation Branch, Keakealani Building, Department of Health,
79-1020 Haukapila Street, Room 115, Kealakekua, Hawaii

Kauai (CSP 0010-01-CT only):
€ Kauai District Health Office, Department of Health,
3040 Umi Street, Lihue, Kauai

All comments on the draft permits 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 July 21, 2006.

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.  At the sole discretion of the Director of Health, 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 days in advance of the hearing.

Interested persons may obtain copies of the administrative record or parts thereof by paying five 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 (for CSP No. 0622-01-CT) or Mr. Corey Shibata (for CSP Nos. 0010-01-CT and 0239-01-C) at the Clean Air Branch in Honolulu at (808) 586-4200.

Comments on the draft permits 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 permits after considering all comments and will send notice of the final decision to each person who has submitted comments or     requested such notice.

Chiyome Leinaala Fukino, M.D.
(SB05523440 6/21/05) Director of Health


WASTEWATER SYSTEMS
PUBLIC NOTICE OF
VARIANCE APPLICATION NO. W W 220
DOCKET NO. 06 - V W W - 09

Pursuant to H.R.S. §342-D7(i), Hawaii Revised     Statutes, the State Department of Health (DOH) seeks written comments from interested persons regarding the following. The CBM Group of Pearl City, Oahu has applied for a five (5) year variance from Hawaii Administrative Rules (HAR) Section 11-62-03Definitions which states “Individual wastewater system means a facility which is designed to receive and dispose of no more than 1000 gallons per day of domestic wastewater. Individual wastewater systems may involve treatment processes and     include, but are not limited to, septic tanks and household aerobic units with disposal system and cesspools. Each individual wastewater system shall be an independent system and shall have all of its plumbing, treatment (if any), and disposal components separate from any other wastewater system” and Section 11-62-31.1(b)(1) which states “Whenever an individual wastewater system is allowed under subsection (a) the following shall apply: The director may allow an individual wastewater system other than a cesspool to be used for two dwelling units which may or may not be located within the same   building provided (A) Both of the dwelling units are     located on the same single family residential lot, and (B) The individual wastewater system used shall meet the current requirements of this chapter.”
Mr. Craig Y. Oyadomari of Hida, Okamoto &          Associates, Honolulu, Oahu is the individual authorized to act for the applicant. The applicant is requesting the connection of more than two (2) dwelling units to a     single individual wastewater system at the Hale Ohana Apartments at 3322 Waoke Street, Koloa, Kauai, TMK: (4) 2-8-003: 036 & 038.
The applicant has made the following comments.
a. The proposed septic tank will service 10 bedrooms per building and associated sludge. The existing cesspools will be converted to serve as the     disposal system. The estimated wastewater flow is 2,000 gpd per building.
b. The large capacity septic system proposed to serve the facility would not comply with HAR Section 11-62-03 because the IWS would receive more than 1,000 gallons per day of wastewater. The       estimated flow into the system would be 2,012 gallons per day.
c. The existing large capacity cesspool(s) must be closed and replaced with a new treatment       individual wastewater system by April 5, 2005 in order to comply with federal requirements.
d. The current State requirement of wastewater   treatment plant would significantly add to the construction cost as well as require a much   greater ongoing maintenance cost.
e. The applicant believes this variance request is in the public interest because the LCC will be     upgraded to an IWS (septic system). The IWS plans will be designed by an engineer and will be submitted to DOH for review and approval. The new IWS will provide a better wastewater     treatment system compared to the existing LCC. Therefore minimizes impact to the environment.
f. The existing LCC will be upgraded to an IWS   (septic system). The IWS will provide a better treatment system prior to effluent disposal. The IWS will be designed and constructed to meet the Department of Health standards. The impact to the environment will be minimized compared to the current wastewater disposal.
g. The owner of the facility simply cannot afford to build and operate wastewater systems meeting all the requirements of HAR Chapter 11-62 such as small aerobic wastewater treatment plants.
h. The variance is requested for the maximum of five (5) years.
If you would like to review the full application, please call or write to the Wastewater Branch, 919 Ala Moana Boulevard, Room 309, Honolulu, Hawaii 96814-4920, telephone (808) 586-4294 or fax (808) 586-4300 to obtain a copy or facsimile.
DOH will consider all written comments received within thirty days of this notice. If warranted, DOH may hold a public hearing on the variance application, after a separate thirty-day public notice. The final decision will be made on the basis of the application, related documents, written comments and the public hearing, if any.

CHIYOME L. FUKINO, M.D.
Director of Health (SB05523456 6/17/06)



NOTICE

The COUNCIL OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU at its meeting held on June 7, 2006, passed the following bills on Second Reading by the following votes:

BILL 84 (2004), CD1, FD1 – PARADES – The purpose of this bill is to limit the number of certain parades or other activities in the Waikiki special district. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. – 9. 

BILL 50 (2006), CD1 – REAL PROPERTY TAXATION – The purpose of this bill is to provide for additional Boards of Review to hear disputes between the director and any taxpayer in cases in which appeals have been duly taken. 
AYES: Councilmembers Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou,  Kobayashi, Marshall. – 5. 
EXCUSED: Councilmembers Apo, Garcia, Okino, Tam. – 4.

* * * * * *
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. Bills are also available on-line at http://www4.honolulu.  gov/docushare/dsweb/HomePage. Should you have any questions, please call 523-4480. 

(SB05523400 6/17/06) DENISE C. DE COSTA, City Clerk



THEBUS * C & C Department of Transportation Services

DISCONTINUED BUS STOPS ON KING STREET
AND BERETANIA STREET (Revised)
Effective Date:  Wednesday, June 21, 2006 (unless otherwide noted)

The City is realigning bus stop placement for safer streets and more efficient bus service.
As a result, the following bus stops will be discontinued from service and a few new stops will be established.

Eastbound - Discontinued Bus Stops
€ North King Street nearside Owen Street
€ North King Street fronting Kalihi Shopping Center
€ North King Street nearside Richard Lane (Effective 7/19/06)
€ North King Street nearside Waiakamilo Road
€ North King Street fronting Kapalama Post Office
€ North King Street farside Kokea Street
€ North King Street nearside Akepo Lane
€ North King Street nearside Smith Street
€ South King Street farside Victoria Street fronting McKinley High School
€ South King Street fronting Washington Intermediate School
€ South King Street nearside Pumehana Street
€ South King Street across Kemole Lane fronting McDonalds
€ South King Street farside Makahiki Way fronting Stadium Park
€ South King Street nearside Kahoaloha Lane

Westbound – Discontinued Bus Stops
€ South King Street across Kahoaloha Lane fronting Weinberg Hale     (Effective 7/19/06)
€ South Beretania Street nearside Farrington Street
€ South Beretania Street farside Alexander Street
€ South Beretania Street nearside Victoria Street
€ North King Street nearside Peterson Lane
€ North King Street nearside Kokea Street
€ North King Street between Morris and Mao Lanes
€ North King Street farside Kama Lane
€ North King Street farside Houghtailing Street
€ North King Street farside Richard Lane (Effective 7/19/06)
€ North King Street fronting First Hawaiian Bank

New Bus Stops
Eastbound:
North King Street nearside Umi Street
North King Street farside Waiakamilo Road fronting New Diner’s Drive In
South King Street nearside Makahiki Way fronting McCully Library
Westbound:
North King Street nearside Kohou Street on Kapalama Canal Bridge
North King Street nearside Houghtailing Street fronting Honolulu Ford
North King Street farside Umi Street fronting Kalihi Union Church

For comments & suggestions, please contact:
City & County of Honolulu
Department of Transportation Services
Telephone: (808) 523-4582
Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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