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WASTEWATER SYSTEMS
NOTICE OF
VARIANCE APPLICATION NO. W W 219
DOCKET NO. 06 - V W W - 08

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. Thomas Rosati, of West Palm Beach,  Florida, has applied for a five (5) year variance from   Hawaii Administrative Rules (HAR), Section 11-62-31.1 (a)(1)(A) which states “For residential developments, there shall be 10,000 square feet of land area for each individual wastewater system.”
Mr. Peter Waldau, Wastewater Consultant, is the     individual authorized to act for the applicant. The       applicant is proposing two (2) individual wastewater   systems (IWS). One (1) IWS would serve a 3-Bedroom and a 2-Bedroom residence with an estimated flow of 1000 gpd. The second IWS would serve a 3-Bedroom   residence with an estimated flow of 600 gpd. The   property is located at 5293 Kawaihau Street, Kapaa,  Kauai and identified as TMK: (4) 4-6-023: 020. The size of the property is 14,791 square feet.
The applicant has made the following comments.
a. The area of the lot is 14,791 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.
b. 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.
c. 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.
d. 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.
e. 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 30-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 (SB05523419 6/15/05)


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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 JUNE 29, 2006).

NEW APPLICATION(S) – MOTOR CARRIERS

DOCKET NO. 06-0098—FOSTERS TRUCKING LLC
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE DUMP TRUCK           CLASSIFICATION, ON THE ISLANDS OF MAUI AND OAHU, FILED ON APRIL 26, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0107—BAE, PAUL
APPLICATION TO TRANSFER CERTIFICATE NO. 1692-C TO PALM’S ISLAND LIMOUSINE SERVICES, INC. IN THE 8-TO-25 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION, ON THE ISLAND OF   OAHU, FILED ON MAY 2, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0114—ISLAND TRANSPORTER LLC
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 8-TO-25 PASSENGER   CLASSIFICATION, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON MAY 8, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0117—ROAD BUILDERS CORPORATION
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE DUMP TRUCK         CLASSIFICATION, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON MAY 10, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0121—NGUYEN, TUAN HUU
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 1-TO-7 PASSENGER   CLASSIFICATION, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON MAY 11, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0122—TRA, THIET VAN
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 1-TO-7 PASSENGER   CLASSIFICATION, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON MAY 11, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0129—ROYAL HAWAII TOURS, INC.
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 8-TO-25 PASSENGER   CLASSIFICATION, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON MAY 15, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0130—NAPIER, MARILYN WAIOLA, DBA BAR NONE EQUIPMENT RENTAL
APPLICATION TO TRANSFER CERTIFICATE NO. 2064-C TO RRL, INC., IN THE DUMP TRUCK AND SPECIFIC COMMODITIES (LIVESTOCK AND FEED) CLASSIFICATIONS, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON MAY 15, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0131—HANDI-WHEELCHAIR TRANSPORTATION LLC
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 1-TO-7 PASSENGER   CLASSIFICATION, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON MAY 15, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0133—HARRIS TRUCKING, INC.
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE GENERAL COMMODITIES AND DUMP TRUCK CLASSIFICATIONS, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON MAY 16, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0135—GLAD’S LANDSCAPING & TREE TRIMMING, INC.
APPLICATION, FILED ON MAY 19, 2006, AND AMENDED ON MAY 26 & 30, 2006, FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE GENERAL COMMODITIES AND DUMP TRUCK CLASSIFICATIONS, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON MAY 19, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0139—CHO, JUSTIN
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 8-TO-25 PASSENGER   CLASSIFICATION, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON MAY 24, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0144—AGUINALDO, SALVADOR G., DBA L AND A HANDITRANS
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 1-TO-7 PASSENGER     CLASSIFICATION, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON MAY 31, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0146—REMSOL TRANSPORT, LLC
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 1-TO-7 PASSENGER   CLASSIFICATION, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON MAY 31, 2006.

NEW APPLICATION(S) - UTILITIES

DOCKET NO. 06-0099—TELECOMMUNICATION SYSTEMS CORPORATION OF     MARYLAND
APPLICATION FOR A COR AS A CMRS PROVIDER OR RESELLER OF CELLULAR     SERVICES, FILED ON APRIL 27, 2006.

(SB05523296 6/9/06) /s/ CARLITO P. CALIBOSO, CHAIRMAN



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 June 23. 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 Anahola Residence Lots, Unit 6 (aka Pi’ilani Mai Ke Kai).  The project is a 71.3-acre subdivision on Hawaiian Home Lands at Anahola, Kauai,  Hawaii, which will consist of 181 single-family residential parcels with lot sizes ranging from 10,000 to 20,000 square feet.  Other parcels are proposed for use for future   development.  The proposed request for release of funds will consist of $—-5.5 million for infrastructure construction and $1.5 million for house construction loans or down-payment assistance grants – a total of $7 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 at the DHHL Kauai District Office at 3060 Eiwa St., Room 203, Lihue, HI 96766 in Kauai 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 June 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.

Ben Henderson for
Micah A. Kane, Chairman
Hawaiian Homes Commission (SB03509492 6/8/06)


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 following change to the National Objective for a Fiscal Year 2005 project is being proposed for implementation.

Project Title and Description: Young Men’s Christian Association of Honolulu -Weed & Seed Program
Provide grant funds to support the operations of the Weed & Seed program in the Kalihi-Palama/Chinatown area.
Eligibility and National Objective Citation: Elig: 570.201(e) NO: 570.208(a)(1)
Activity Code: 05
Funding Source: CDBG
Phase: Other
Proposed Amount: $225,000
Location: Kalihi-Palama/Chinatown area
Proposed Accomplishment: Supports programs for persons of low- and moderate-income.
Subrecipient: Young Men’s Christian Association

The following change to the Proposed Amount for a Fiscal Year 2007 project is being proposed for implementation.

Project Title and Description: ESGP 06 – Mental Health Kokua
Provision of grant funds for essential services related to the Safe Haven transitional shelter.
Eligibility and National Objective Citation: Elig: 570.201(e) NO: 570.208(a)(2)
Activity Code: 05
Funding Source: CDBG and ESG
Phase: Other
Proposed Amount: $224,000 ($190,000 - CDBG and $34,000 - ESG)
Location: 41 South Beretania Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
Proposed Accomplishment: Supports programs for homeless persons.

Source of Funds
Program Yr.                   Project Funds Phase   Amount
12th CP (FY07) ESGP 06 – Parents and Children Together ESG Other $ 34,000.00

Interested parties may submit written comments prior to July 3, 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
(SB05523260 6/3/06)


NOTICE OF PROPOSED WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PERMIT
FOR CHEVRON U.S.A. INCORPORATED
HAWAII REFINERY
NPDES PERMIT NO. HI 0000329
ZONE OF MIXING NO. ZM - 202
06-CW-PW-22
June 2, 2006

The State Department of Health (”DOH”), tentatively proposes to reissue a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit, including a Zone of Mixing (ZOM), to discharge once-through noncontact brine well cooling water, treated process wastewater, treated contaminated storm water runoff from the process areas, and storm water from the Hawaii Refinery to the Pacific Ocean near Barbers Point, Oahu subject to special conditions to:

CHEVRON U.S.A. INCORPORATED
91-480 Malakole Street
Kapolei, Hawaii 96707

The proposed draft permit will expire on January 31, 2011.

  The Chevron U.S.A. Incorporated operates and maintains its existing Hawaii Refinery, a petroleum refinery facility (SIC Code 2911), located at Barber’s Point, Kapolei, Oahu, Hawaii.  The facility refines crude oil, with an average daily production of 55,300 barrels, for the production of various petroleum products. The existing discharges from the facility are made from four (4) outfalls.  Outfall Serial No. 001 discharges an average flow of 2.50 million gallons per day (mgd) of once-through noncontact brine well cooling water, treated process wastewater, and treated contaminated storm water runoff.  The treatment unit processes applied to the Outfall Serial No. 001 effluent includes oil/gravity separation, air oxidation and ammonia stripping neutralization, aerated lagoons, sedimentation pond, and floatation.  The discharge from Outfall Serial No. 001 is made into the Pacific Ocean via a 1,200 feet long outfall at an average depth of 18 feet. Outfall Serial No. 001 is located at coordinates: Latitude 21o18’28.2”N; Longitude 158o07’21.5”W.  Once through noncontact brine well cooling water passing through coolers for the liquified petroleum gas process is discharged at an average flow of 0.914 mgd from Outfall Serial No. 002.  The Outfall Serial No. 002 discharge enters the Pacific Ocean, at a depth of three (3) feet, at coordinates: Latitude 21o18’57”N;  Longitude 158o07’15”W.  Outfall Serial No. 003 intermittently discharges storm water runoff from approximately 24 acres of primarily unpaved surfaces within the facility.  The area associated with Outfall Serial No. 003 is used for storage of scrap equipment and metal for construction activities.  The Outfall Serial No. 003 discharge enters the Pacific Ocean at coordinates: Latitude 21o18’36”N; Longitude 158o07’02”W.  Outfall Serial No. 004 intermittently discharges storm water runoff from roadways (both paved and unpaved) located at the southwest corner of the Refinery.  During heavy rainfall (i.e., greater than three (3) inches in 24 hours) storm water runoff from the East/West pipeway, cooling tower, and flare areas may also be discharged from Outfall Serial No. 004.  The Outfall Serial No. 4 discharge enters the Pacific Ocean at coordinates: Latitude 21o18’32”N; Longitude 158o07’00”W.

The Pacific Ocean receiving waters for the four (4) outfalls is designated a ”Class A, Dry Open Coastal Water” under Section 11-54-6(b)(2)(B), Hawaii Administrative Rules.  Protected beneficial uses of Class A waters include recreation, aesthetic enjoyment, and the protection and propagation of fish, shellfish and wildlife.

  The proposed ZOM is described as the area of radius 1,500 meters (4,875 feet) about the discharge form Outfall   Serial No. 001 located at coordinates: Latitude 21o18’28.2”N; Longitude 158o07’21.5”W.  The proposed ZOM is only for the continued assimilation of the Outfall Serial No. 001 discharge.

Persons wishing to comment upon or object to the proposed draft 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 P.O. Box 3378
Room 301 Honolulu, Hawaii 96801-3378
Honolulu, Hawaii 96814-4920

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, please contact Mr. Alec Wong of the Clean Water Branch at the above address or (808) 586-4309 (Voice) at least seven (7) days before the end of the comment period.  For those who use a TTY/TDD, please call through Sprint Relay Hawaii, at 1-711 or (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 thirty (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, including the ZOM, 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
      (SB03509429 6/2/06)


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

May 31, 2006

City and County of Honolulu
Department of Community Services
715 South King Street, Suite 311
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
Phone: (808) 527-5311

These Notices shall satisfy two separate but related procedural requirements for       activities to be undertaken by the City and County of Honolulu.

REQUEST FOR RELEASE OF FUNDS

On or about June 19, 2006, the City and County of Honolulu will submit a request to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for the release of   Community Development Block Grant funds under Title 1 of the Housing and       Community Development Act of 1974, for the following project:

Project: Palolo Chinese Home Food Service/Skilled Nursing Complex
Location: 2459 and 2449 10th Avenue, Palolo Oahu, Hawaii
Tax Map Key: (1) 3-4-013: 01 and (1) 3-4-026: 37
Activity Description: Provision of CDBG funds for (1) the construction of a new building that will include a food service center and a   skilled nursing facility; (2) the re-roofing of an existing adult residential care facility; (3) renovations to an existing single family dwelling to accommodate a new hospice program; and (4) repaving of an existing asphalt driveway.
Total Cost: $12,000,000
Census Tract: 10

FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT

The City and County of Honolulu 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.

The reasons for the decision not to prepare such Statement are as follows:

1) The number of units to be emplaced by the proposed activity is far below the threshold (2,500 units) which would require the preparation and dissemination of an Environmental Impact Statement under the provisions of Section 58.37, Federal Register, Volume 47, No. 70 dated April 12, 1982.

2) All necessary infrastructure will be constructed to support the proposed activity.

3) Community services, including social services, public transportation, medical care, police and fire protection are available to project residents.

4) The proposed project will have no impact on fish and wildlife resources,      vegetation, natural features and views.

5) Short-term impacts on air quality during construction will be mitigated by   compliance with the Department of Health Administrative Rules on Air Pollution Control (Title 11, Chapter 60), including frequent watering of the project site and establishment of landscaping to reduce the escape of fugitive dust into the environment. Increased vehicular emissions due to construction equipment and/or commuting construction workers can be alleviated by moving the   equipment and personnel to the site during off-peak traffic hours.

6) Short-term increases in ambient noise levels generated by construction       activities will be mitigated through compliance with Department of Health   Administrative rules on Vehicular Noise Control on Oahu (Title 11, Chapter 42) and Community Noise Control for Oahu (Title 11, Chapter 4).

7) Compliance with the City’s Grading Ordinance will mitigate short-term increases in storm runoff and erosion during the construction period. No long-term     impacts on ground or surface water quality are expected.

8) No displacement of residents or businesses will occur as a result of this       activity.

An Environmental Review Record respecting the above project has been prepared by the above -named City and County of Honolulu which documents the environmental review of the project and more fully sets forth the reasons why such Statement is not required. This Environmental Review Record is on file and is available for public examination and copying upon request at the Department of Community Services, 715 South King Street, Suite 311, Honolulu, Hawaii, between the hours of 7:45 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.

PUBLIC COMMENTS

Any individual, group or agency disagreeing with this determination or wishing to   comment on the project may submit written comments to Ms. Deborah Kim Morikawa, Acting Director, Department of Community Services, 715 South King Street, Suite 311, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813.  All comments received by June 15, 2006 will be considered by the City and County of Honolulu prior to the submission of a Request for Release of Funds.  Commenters should specify which Notice they are addressing.

RELEASE OF FUNDS

The City and County of Honolulu certifies to HUD that Mary Patricia Waterhouse in her capacity as Acting Director of the Department of Budget and Fiscal Services of the City and County of Honolulu 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 acceptance of the certification satisfies its responsibilities under NEPA and related laws and authorities, and allows the City and County of Honolulu to use Program funds.

OBJECTIONS TO RELEASE OF FUNDS

HUD will consider objections to its release of funds and the City and County of     Honolulu’s certification for a period of fifteen (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 the City and County of Honolulu; (b) the City and County of Honolulu has omitted a step or failed to make a decision or finding required by HUD regulations at 24 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Part 58; (c) the grant recipient or other       participants in the project have committed funds or 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 Hawaii State Office, U.S.    Department of Housing and Urban Development, 500 Ala Moana Boulevard, Suite 3A, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813.  Potential objectors should contact HUD to verify the actual last day of the objection period.

Mary Patricia Waterhouse, Acting Director
DEPARTMENT OF BUDGET AND FISCAL SERVICES
BY ORDER OF
MUFI HANNEMANN, MAYOR
CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU (SB05523210 5/31/06)


State of Hawaii
Department of Land and Natural Resources

Legal Notice DOFAW 06-10

SPECIAL GOAT HUNTING SEASON TO OPEN IN KALALAU VALLEY, KAUAI

Pursuant to Title 13, Chapter 123 (13-123-4 and 5) the Department of Land and   Natural Resources announced today the opening of a special rifle feral goat hunting in the Kalalau valley and Pohakuao portions of Hunting Unit G (between Manono ridge and Kalepa ridges) to control goats within this section of the Na Pali Coast State Park.

The special hunting season is considered an animal control hunt. The game resource will be made available to a limited number of hunters selected by lottery. The hunting season will be held for one weekend only on August 26-27, 2006. Up to thirty hunters will be eligible to hunt during the weekend hunt. Between twenty-seven (27) and thirty (30) hunters will be drawn for each weekend depending upon the last hunter group size drawn. (Not to exceed 30 hunters per weekend).

The bag limit will be four (4) goats per hunter; however two goats must be nannies   (females). Hunters will be permitted to use either muzzleloading or conventional rifles but may carry only one firearm on his/her person while hunting.

Applications are now available at any district Division of Forestry and Wildlife office.  Hunters may apply singly or up to a maximum group size of four (4). There will be no exceptions. Each hunter applicant will be required to pay a non-refundable $5.00   application fee. A list of qualified hunter applicants will be posted on the day of the lottery (July 5, 2006) for public view in the Lihue Division of Forestry and Wildlife office, Room 306, Lihue State Office Building.

The deadline for submitting application forms and application fees to the Lihue Division of Forestry and Wildlife is 4:00 p.m, Wednesday, June 28, 2006.

Hunters interested in attending the public lottery are welcome. The lottery will be held on July 5, 2006 in the second floor conference room 209 in the Lihue State Office Building, 3060 Eiwa Street, Lihue, Kauai at 3:00 p.m. 

Successfully drawn hunters will be notified by telephone or by mail after the official   lottery results are final and will be given further instructions on purchasing their hunting and camping permits. Hunting permits will be $10.00 per resident hunter ($25.00 for non-resident hunters) and camping permits will be $10.00 per person per night.

The deadline to receive full payment of hunting and camping permits will be July 28, 2006 for the August hunt. Unfilled permits past the deadline will be offered to the next eligible hunter or hunter group on the lottery list until all vacant slots are filled.

Those drawn for the hunt will be allowed to enter Kalalau valley on the Friday prior to their assigned hunting weekend. This will allow time to set up camp and scout the hunting area, but no hunting will be permitted on Friday. Hunters must provide their own round-trip transportation (via boat or foot only; no helicopter transportation will be permitted). State Conservation and Resource Enforcement Officers will be present   during the hunt.

The provision for this special hunting season was reviewed and approved by the Kauai Aquatic Life and Wildlife Advisory Committee on March 2, 2006. For additional       information, please visit the nearest Division of Forestry and Wildlife office and pick up application form and instruction sheet or contact the Division of Forestry and Wildlife at the following telephone numbers:

Kauai 274-3433 Molokai 533-1745 Oahu 587-0166
Lanai 565-6688 Maui 984-8100 Hawaii 887-6063
Hawaii 933-4221 (SB05523082 5/31/06)


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CITY COUNCIL
PUBLIC NOTICE

PURSUANT TO Article 11, Chapter 8, Revised Ordinances of Honolulu, 1990, as amended, the City Council will adopt Resolution 06-079, CD1, determining the Real Property Tax Rates for the City and County of Honolulu for the fiscal year July 1, 2006 to June 30, 2007 at a   meeting to be held on Wednesday, June 7, 2006 at 10:00 a.m. in the Council Chamber, Honolulu Hale, as follows:

  Tax Rate Per $l,000
Class Net Taxable Real Property

(A) Improved residential $3.59
(B) Unimproved residential 5.72
(C) Apartment 3.59
(D) Hotel and resort 11.97
(E) Commercial 11.97
(F) Industrial 11.97
(G) Agricultural 8.57
(H) Preservation 9.57
(I) Public service 0.00
(J) Vacant agricultural 8.57

Copies of the Resolution and any amendments thereto are available at the City Clerk’s Office, Room 203,    Honolulu Hale or on-line at htpp://www4.honolulu.gov/ docushare.

CITY COUNCIL
CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU
(SB05523169 5/27/06) DONOVAN M. DELA CRUZ, CHAIR



THEBUS * C & C Department of Transportation Services
BUS STOP REALIGNMENT PROJECT

DISCONTINUED BUS STOPS IN MAKAKILO
Effective Date:  Wednesday, June 21, 2006
The City is realigning bus stop placement for safer streets and more efficient bus service.  As a result, the following bus stops will be realigned.

NEW BUS STOPS - Makai Bound NEW BUS STOPS - Mauka Bound
€ Makakilo Dr. farside Palailai St. € Makakilo Dr. opposite Palailai St.
€ Makakilo Dr. nearside Panana St. € Makakilo Dr. farside Newa St.
€ Hunekai St. nearside Kikaha St. € Makakilo Dr. opposite/nearside Palahia St.
€ Makakilo Dr. opposite Kikaha St.

DISCONTINUED BUS STOPS


Mauka Bound
€ Makakilo Dr. mid-block H-1 Freeway off-ramp & Palailai St.
€ Makakilo Dr. opposite Newa St.
€ Makakilo Dr. mid-block Panana St & Kanehoa Lp. (makai)
€ Makakilo Dr. opposite Kanehoa Lp. (mauka)
€ Makakilo Dr. mid-block Painui Pl. & Kakoo Pl.
€ Makakilo Dr. mid-block Makamai Lp. (mauka) & Hookomo St.
€ Makakilo Dr. mid-block Hookomo St. & Kikaha St.
€ Makakilo Dr. mid-block Kikaha St. & Alahoi St.

Makai Bound
€ Palailai St. nearside Makakilo Dr.
€ Makakilo Dr. mid-block Palailai St. & H-1 Freeway onramp
€ Makakilo Dr. Mid-block Nohohale St. & Newa St.
€ Makakilo Dr. Mid-block Kanehoa Lp. (makai) & Panana St.
€ Makakilo Dr. mid-block Palahia St. & Kanehoa Lp. (mauka)
€ Kikaha St. mid-block Hunekai St. & Makakilo Dr.

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)

Mahalo for Riding
TheBus!


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 May 11, 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 $24.55 per hundredweight in Order No. 06-MK-06 effective June 1, 2006.

Copies of Order No. 06-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
(SB05523031 5/26/06) Chairperson, Board of Agriculture


PUBLIC NOTICE
OPENING OF HAWAII
PUBLIC HOUSING
AUTHORITY (HPHA)

SECTION 8 PROJECT-BASED
WAIT LIST

The Hawaii Public Housing Authority (HPHA) will reopen the Wait List and begin accepting pre-applications for its Section 8 project-based Housing Choice Voucher for the Palolo Homes Project. Pre-applications will be available from July 3, 2006 at the location listed below, but not at the HPHA office. Interested persons must submit a pre-application postmarked from July 3, 2006 in the self-addressed envelope that HPHA has provided. Multiple applications in a single self-addressed envelope will not be accepted. Photocopies or hand deliveries will not be accepted. 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 are available at:
Palolo Homes Office, 2170 Ahe Street

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

The Section 8 project-based program provides rental assistance housing 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.
(SB03509452 6/25, 6/26, 6/27, 6/28, 6/29, 6/30, 7/1/06)


HAWAII HISTORIC PLACES REVIEW BOARD
601 KAMOKILA BLVD., ROOM 555, KAPOLEI, HAWAII 96707

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

Pursuant to Chapters 91 and 92, Hawaii Revised Statutes, and other applicable laws, notice is hereby given that the Hawaii Historic Places Review Board will hold a Public Hearing at 3:00 p.m., on June 24, 2006, at the Department of Land & Natural       Resources, Kalanimoku Building, Board Room 132, 1151 Punchbowl Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, for the purpose of considering the placement of historic properties on the Hawaii Register of Historic Places and the purpose of considering the           recommendation to the State Historic Preservation Officer, the nomination of historic properties to the National Register of Historic Places.

Sites scheduled for review are as follows:

1. William H. Hoogs Residence TMK: (1) 2-9-008:024
2341 Sonoma Street
Honolulu, Hawaii 96822

2. Willard Wax Residence TMK: (1) 2-9-010:021
2453 Manoa Road
Honolulu, Hawaii 96822

3. Earl and Lillian McGhee Residence TMK: (1) 2-9-014:037
2627 East Manoa Road
Honolulu, Hawaii 96822

4. Hilltop House (Puuhonua or Bird Lady’s House) TMK: (1) 4-3-008:087
2 Aalapapa Place
Kailua, Hawaii 96734

Persons wishing to offer comments at the Public Hearing may do so. Such person shall submit one (1) typewritten copy containing the following information at least 24 hours in advance:

1) the name and address of persons desiring to offer comments
2) a statement explaining the nature of his/her submission, and property
3) a clear statement of position on the submission, and
4) a text of the testimony

HAWAII HISTORIC PLACES REVIEW BOARD
R. KIYOSHI IKEDA
(SB05522914 5/25/06) Chairperson


NOTICE

The COUNCIL OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU at its meeting held on May 17, 2006, passed the following bills on Second Reading by the following votes:

BILL 25 (2006), CD1 – REAL PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION – The purpose of this bill is to establish a tax exemption for properties designated as kuleana land and also to make conforming amendments. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. – 9. 

BILL 38 (2006) – SOLID WASTE – The purpose of this bill is to address the city’s solid waste disposal problem by requiring the city to increase the tonnage of municipal solid waste converted to energy by the year 2010. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. – 9. 

BILL 39 (2006) – ZONE CHANGE AT NORTH BERETANIA STREET – The purpose of this bill is to rezone land     situated at 230 and 254 North Beretania Street between Aala Street and College Walk, Kalihi-Palama from B-2 Community Business District to BMX-3 Community   Business Mixed Use District with a 200-foot height limit, TMK:  1-7-026: 004 and 016. (Applicant:  3D, Investments, LLC)
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. – 8. 
EXCUSED: Councilmember Cachola. – 1. 

BILL 40 (2006), CD1 – ZONE CHANGE AT EWA – The   purpose of this bill is to rezone land at Ewa from A-1 Low Density Apartment District and I-1 Limited Industrial   District with a 40-foot height limit to A-2 Medium Density Apartment District with a 40-foot height limit, and IMX-1 Industrial-Commercial Mixed Use District with a 40-foot height limit, TMK:  9-1-069:005 (portion) and 9-069:006 (portion). (Applicant: Gentry Investment Properties) 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. – 9. 

BILL 41 (2006), CD1 – AMENDMENTS TO TWO UNILATERAL AGREEMENTS - The purpose of this bill is 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. 

BILL 43 (2006) – INTEGRATED SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT PLAN – The purpose of this bill is to require that the City and County of Honolulu have a workable and usable 25-year integrated solid waste management plan and that this plan be revised every five years to reflect any changes to that plan. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. – 9. 

BILL 44 (2006), CD1 – ZONE CHANGE AT KAPOLEI, EWA – The purpose of this bill is to rezone land at Kapolei, Ewa, from AG-2 General Agricultural District to B-2   Community Business District with a 60-foot height limit, TMK: 9-1-016:009. (Applicant: The Waters of Kapolei, L.L.C., DBA Hawaiian Waters Adventure Park)
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. – 9. 

BILL 45 (2006), CD1 – STATE LAND USE DISTRICT BOUNDARY MAP AMENDMENT – The purpose of this bill is to amend a portion (fifteen acres or less) of the State Land Use District Boundary Map No. 0-6 (Ewa       Quadrangle) by reclassifying certain lands in Kapolei from the Agricultural District to the Urban District, TMK: 9-1-016:009. (Applicant: The Waters of Kapolei, L.L.C., DBA Hawaiian Waters Adventure Park)
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. – 9. 

BILL 49 (2006) – STREAM MAINTENANCE – The purpose of this bill is to ensure the timely maintenance of streams on Oahu and to make housekeeping amendments by changing the references to the department of public works to the department of facility maintenance, and   references to the department of finance to the         department of budget and fiscal services. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. – 9. 

* * * * * *
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. 

(SB05523032 5/24/06) DENISE C. DE COSTA, City Clerk


DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
NOTICE OF SOLICITATION OF COMMENTS
STATEWIDE TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT
PROGRAM (STIP)
AMENDMENT NO. 4
FISCAL YEARS 2006 to 2008

The State Department of Transportation is providing an opportunity for the public to submit comments on the proposed Amendment #4 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   located on Oahu only.  Some changes are a result of project development adjustments to timelines and     estimates.

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, June 6, 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
(SB05523060 5/23/06)


PUBLIC NOTICE
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) PROGRAM

Pursuant to the City and County of Honolulu’s Citizen Participation Plan for the CDBG program, the following is provided for your information. The following change to the Project Description, Eligibility, National Objective and Activity Code for a Fiscal Year 2007 project is being proposed for implementation.

Project Title and Description: Habitat for Humanity Leeward Oahu, Inc.
Provision of funds for the acquisition of a 3.21 acre parcel in Mai’li that will be       developed into approximately 25 to 30 homes for low-income families.
Eligibility and National Objective Citation: Elig: 570.201(a) NO: 570.208(a)(3)
Activity Code: 01
Funding Source: CDBG
Phase: Other
Proposed Amount: $900,000
Location: 119 Kaukamana Street, Waianae, HI 96792
Proposed Accomplishment: Supports additional housing for persons of low- and     moderate-income.
Subrecipient: Habitat for Humanity Leeward Oahu, Inc.

Interested parties may submit written comments prior to June 20, 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
(SB05523037 5/21/06)



THEBUS * C & C Department of Transportation Services
BUS STOP REALIGNMENT PROJECT

DISCONTINUED BUS STOPS ON KING STREET AND BERETANIA STREET
Effective Date:  Wednesday, June 21, 2006
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, in front of Kalihi Shopping Center
€ North King Street, nearside Waiakamilo Road
€ North King Street, across Wolter Lane, front of Kapalama Post Office
€ North King Street, nearside Kohou Street
€ North King Street, across & nearside Peterson Lane
€ North King Street, nearside Akepo Lane
€ North King Street, nearside Smith Street
€ South King Street, across & farside Victoria Street
€ South King Street, across Elsie Lane, in front of Washington Middle School
€ South King Street, nearside Pumehana Street
€ South King Street, farside Wiliwili Street
€ South King Street, farside Makahiki Way
€ South King Street, nearside Kahoaloha Lane
Westbound – Discontinued Bus Stops
€ North King Street, farside Palama Street
€ North King Street, nearside Peterson Lane
€ North King Street, nearside Mao Lane, F/Richie’s Drive Inn
€ North King Street, farside Kama Lane
€ North King Street, farside Houghtailing Street
€ North King Street, across Kalihi Shopping Center
€ South Beretania Street, nearside Victoria Street
€ Old Waialae Road, in front of The Humane Society
€ South Beretania Street, farside Kaialiu Street
€ South Beretania Street, nearside Farrington Street
€ South Beretania Street, farside Alexander Street
New Bus Stops
Eastbound: North King Street, farside Kamenani Street,  fronting New Diner’s Drive-Inn South King Street, nearside Makahiki Way
Westbound: North King Street, nearside Houghtailing Street

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)

Mahalo for Riding
TheBus!


NOTICE OF PROPOSED WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT PERMIT
FOR THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU AND
SYNAGRO TECHNOLOGIES, INC
PERMIT NO. HI 05WWIP223

06-WWMP-01

April 10, 2006

The State Department of Health (DOH) tentatively proposes to issue a Wastewater Management (WWM) permit to manage wastewater and wastewater sludge subject to special conditions to:

CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU AND
SYNAGRO TECHNOLOGIES, INC

The proposed draft NPDES permit will expire on June 30, 2011.

The City and County of Honolulu, Department of Environmental Services owns and operates the Sand Island Wastewater Treatment Plant.  Synagro Technologies, Inc., is a contractor to the City and County of Honolulu, and owns and operates the In-Vessel Bioremediation plant located in the Sand Island Wastewater Treatment Plant.

The goal of this proposed draft WWM permit, to reduce the amount of pollution to the maximum extent practicable, will be achieved through the implementation of pollution prevention measures designed to reduce the generation of pollutants. 

Persons wishing to comment upon or object to the proposed WWM 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:
Wastewater Branch Wastewater Branch
Environmental Management Division Environmental Management Division
Department of Health Department of Health
919 Ala Moana Boulevard, Room 309 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.hawaii.gov/health/environmental/water/wastewater/permits.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. Tomas See, Supervisor of the Planning and Design Section, Wastewater Branch, at the above address or (808) 586-4294 (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 WWM 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
(SB03509399 5/19/06)


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

(Docket No. 06-CA-PA-9)

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. 0092-02-C
Application No. 0092-06
Equilon Enterprises, LLC, dba Shell Oil Products US
Shell Honolulu Terminal
Located at:  789 N. Nimitz Highway, Honolulu, Oahu

The DRAFT PERMIT is described as follows:

Covered Source Permit No. 0092-02-C would grant conditional approval to operate the following equipment at the Shell Honolulu Terminal:

1. One (1) two-lane bottom-loading gasoline/ethanol and petroleum distillate tank truck load rack with nine load arms;
2. One marine loading terminal located at Pier 31, with:
a) One 6” gasoline pipeline;
b) One 8” diesel pipeline; and
c) One 10” gasoline pipeline;
3. One 80,000 barrel Fixed Roof Petroleum Storage Tank No. 1;
4. One 80,000 barrel Internal Floating Roof Petroleum Storage Tank No. 2;
5. One 10,000 barrel Fixed Roof Petroleum Storage Tank No. 3;
6. One 10,000 barrel Internal Floating Roof Petroleum Storage Tank No. 6;
7. One 54,000 barrel Fixed Roof Petroleum Storage Tank No. 13;
8. One 10,000 barrel Fixed Roof Petroleum Storage Tank No. 14; and
9. John Zink carbon adsorption/absorption vapor recovery system.

The applicant is proposing to expand the current one-lane tank truck load rack by   constructing an additional tank truck loading lane and adding six load arms to the tank truck load rack. Emissions from the additional loading lane and load arms will be   controlled by the existing vapor recovery unit. The applicant is also proposing to       increase the gasoline/ethanol throughput at the facility from 75 millions gallons per year to 256 gallons per year. The existing vapor recovery unit, which currently       processes the vapors from the existing tank truck load rack and fixed roof storage tanks, has enough capacity to accommodate the proposed modifications and increase in throughput. 

The tank truck load rack will be subject to the federal Standards of Performance for New Stationary Sources, Title 40, CFR, Part 60, Subpart XX. The draft permit, if       approved, will be an initial covered source permit for the facility and will supersede the facility’s current noncovered source 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:

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

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 June 16, 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 Clean Air Branch listed above or call Mr. Stuart Shoji at the Clean Air Branch 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.
(SB05522934 5/17/06) Director of Health


PUBLIC NOTICE

Application for Water Use Permit
Waialua Ground Water Management Area, Oahu

The following application for water use permit has been received by the Commission on Water Resource Management and is hereby made public in accordance with Section 13-171, Hawaii Administrative Rules, ”Designation and Regulation of Water       Management Areas.”

WUPA No. 766 Hamamoto - 2006 Well (Well No. 3306-16)

Applicant: Mohala Farms
P.O. Box 204
Waialua, HI 96791
Landowner: Same
Date Application Filed as Complete:  April 26, 2006
Hydrologic Unit: Aquifer Areas:  Waialua System, North Sector, Oahu
Water Source:  Hamamoto - 2006 Well (Well No. 3306-16) at Waialua, Oahu, Tax Map
Key 6-6-28:22
Quantity Requested:  0.015 million gallons per day
New Use:  Diversified Agriculture
Place of Water Use:  Mohala Farms at Tax Map Key: 6-6-28:22

Written objections or comments on the above application may be filed by any person who has property interest in any land within the hydrologic unit of the source of water supply, any person who will be directly and immediately affected by the proposed water use, or any other interested person.  Written objections shall:  (1) state property or   other interest in the matter (provide TMK information); (2) set forth questions of     procedure, fact, law, or policy, to which objections are taken; and (3) state all grounds for objections to the proposed permit.  Written objections must be received by June 7, 2006.  Objections must be sent to 1) the Commission on Water Resource Management, P.O. Box 621, Honolulu, Hawaii 96809 and 2) the applicant at the above address.

COMMISSION ON WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
DEAN A. NAKANO, Acting Deputy Director
PETER T. YOUNG, Chairperson

Dated:  May 10, 2006 (SB05522866 5/16, 5/23/06)


PUBLIC NOTICE

The Department of Health, State of Hawaii, is notifying all interested persons of the proposed settlement       between the Department of Health and Maui Landscape Specialty, Inc., dba Hawaiian Charcoal Company.  The Department of Health has issued a Notice and Finding of Violation and Order, in Docket No. 04-CA-EO-9, alleging that Hawaiian Charcoal Company violated state air     pollution laws, HRS §342B-11, HAR §11-60.1-2, and the Noncovered Source Permit (NSP) No. 0459-01-N, by having ten (10) charcoal kilns on site instead of the NSP limit of nine (9) charcoal kilns; by not operating a filter/fan system during production of charcoal; and by having three (3) charcoal kilns in operation at the same time instead of the NSP limit of one charcoal kiln     operating at a time.
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, 919 Ala Moana Boulevard, Suite 203, and at the Clean Air Branch in Maui, District Health Office, 54 High Street, Wailuku, Maui. For additional information, contact Mr. David Wong of the Clean Air Branch in   Honolulu at (808) 586-4200. (SB05522891 5/12/06)


Second Saturday
at the
HAWAII STATE ART MUSEUM

Saturday, May 13, 2006

Guided Downtown Public Art
Walking Tour
(10 am)

Printmaking
Make prints of sea creatures with
artist Quala-Lynn Young
(11 am to 3 pm)

20-Minute Gallery Tours
(11 am & 1 pm)

Art off the Wall
Interactive storytelling by Jeff Gere
(12 noon & 1:30 pm)

250 S. Hotel Street
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

808-586-0900
http://www.hawaii.gov/sfca

ALWAYS FREE!

Bringing the Families of Hawaii
Closer to the Arts


NOTICE OF PUBLIC COMMENT

HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
OF HAWAII’S (HCDCH) REVISED UTILITY RATES AND ALLOWANCES
FOR FEDERAL PUBLIC HOUSING RESIDENTS WHO PURCHASE THEIR OWN UTILITIES, EFFECTIVE FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING JULY 1, 2006

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to Hawaii Administrative Rule, Section 17-2028-7, the HOUSING AND   COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION OF HAWAII (“HCDCH”) will be revising the monthly utility allowances for federal public housing residents who purchase their own utilities, for Fiscal Year beginning July 1, 2006.

The revised rates and allowances as listed below will be made effective on July 12, 2006.

Please note that written or oral comments as to the revised utility rates or allowances may be submitted until July 10, 2006 to the:
HCDCH
Property Management and Maintenance Services Branch
P.O. Box 17907
Honolulu, Hawaii 96817

Or, interested persons may call the Property Management and Maintenance Services Branch at 832-5970; Neighbor Island residents may call toll free at the numbers listed below:

Kauai 274-3141, ext. 25970 Hawaii 974-4000, ext. 25970
Maui 984-2400, ext. 25970 Molokai and Lanai 1-800-468-4644, ext. 25970

A copy of the revised schedules and rates shall be posted in all of the HCDCH’s federal public housing project management offices and shall be provided to all residents who request a copy at the project management office.

SCHEDULE OF UTILITY ALLOWANCES FOR FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING
JULY 1, 2006

Note:  The dollar change amounts in parentheses denote a reduction in the utility allowance. The new utility         allowances have been rounded to the next highest dollar.

Project Current Allowance Dollar Change New Allowance
Hale Laulima 1
2 bedroom $100 $6 $106
3 bedroom $125 $12 $137
Hookipa Kahaluu
1 bedroom $85 $4 $89
2 bedroom $115 ($9) $106
3 bedroom $146 ($9) $137
Hui O Hanamaulu 2
1 bedroom $0 $80 $80
2 bedroom $0 $88 $88
3 bedroom $0 $95 $95
4 bedroom $0 $105 $105
Kaahumanu Homes
2 bedroom 1 $85 ($31) $54
3 bedroom 1 $101 ($44) $57
Ka Hale Kahaluu
1 bedroom $79 $14 $93
2 bedroom $97 $3 $100
3 bedroom $118 ($7) $111
4 bedroom $142 ($22) $120
Kahale Mua - Federal
3 bedroom $183 ($4) $179
Kaimalino 2
1 bedroom $0 $73 $73
2 bedroom $0 $80 $80
3 bedroom $0 $86 $86
4 bedroom $0 $95 $95
Kalaheo 2
2 bedroom $0 $88 $88
3 bedroom $0 $95 $95
4 bedroom $0 $105 $105
Kalakaua Homes
High Rise
1 bedroom $52 $10 $62
Kalakaua Homes
Low Rise
1 bedroom $52 $10 $62
2 bedroom $63 $4 $67
3 bedroom $76 ($2) $74
Kalihi Valley Homes
1 bedroom $58 $9 $67
2 bedroom $74 $1 $75
3 bedroom $90 ($3) $87
4 bedroom $111 ($12) $99
5 bedroom $132 ($24) $108
Kamehameha Homes
1 bedroom $111 ($5) $106
2 bedroom $132 ($10) $122
3 bedroom $155 ($5) $150
Kaneohe Apartments
1 bedroom $85 $4 $89
2 bedroom $115 ($9) $106
Kapaa 2
1 bedroom $0 $80 $80
2 bedroom $0 $88 $88
3 bedroom $0 $95 $95
4 bedroom $0 $105 $105
Kauhale Nani
1 bedroom $111 $5 $116
2 bedroom $133 0 $133
3 bedroom $157 $8 $165
Kauhale O’Hana
3 bedroom $58 ($1) $57
Kauhale O’Hana 3
3 bedroom $58 $107 $165
Kauhale O’Hanakahi
3 bedroom $90 ($4) $86
Kau’iokalani
3 bedroom $58 ($1) $57
Kau’iokalani 3
3 bedroom $58 $92 $150
Kawailehua – Federal
3 bedroom $200 ($9) $191
Kealakehe
1 bedroom $79 $14 $93
2 bedroom $97 $3 $100
3 bedroom $118 ($7) $111
Kekaha Ha’aheo 1
1 bedroom $143 ($40) $103
2 bedroom 1 $170 ($11) $159
3 bedroom 1 $200 ($9) $191
Ke Kumu ’Ekolu
3 bedroom $90 ($4) $86
Koolau Village
1 bedroom $102 $4 $106
2 bedroom $121 $1 $122
3 bedroom $143 $7 $150
4 bedroom $163 $13 $176
Kuhio Homes
1 bedroom $44 $5 $49
2 bedroom $50 $4 $54
3 bedroom $58 ($1) $57
4 bedroom $67 ($3) $64
5 bedroom $75 ($8) $67
Lanakila IV
1 bedroom $142 ($4) $138
2 bedroom $169 ($11) $158
3 bedroom $200 ($9) $191
4 bedroom $229 ($4) $225
Lanakila Homes I
1 bedroom $142 ($4) $138
2 bedroom $169 ($11) $158
3 bedroom $200 ($9) $191
4 bedroom $229 ($4) $225
Lanakila Homes II
1 bedroom $142 ($4) $138
2 bedroom $169 ($11) $158
3 bedroom $200 ($9) $191
4 bedroom $229 ($4) $225
Maili I
2 bedroom $74 $1 $75
3 bedroom $90 ($3) $87
Maili II
2 bedroom $74 $1 $75
4 bedroom $111 ($12) $99
Makani Kai Hale
3 bedroom $75 ($1) $74
Makani Kai Hale II
3 bedroom $75 ($1) $74
Mayor Wright Homes
1 bedroom $44 $5 $49
2 bedroom $50 $4 $54
3 bedroom $58 ($1) $57
4 bedroom $67 ($3) $64
5 bedroom $75 ($8) $67
Nanakuli Homes
3 bedroom $90 ($3) $87
Nani Olu (E)
1 bedroom $131 $3 $134
Noelani I
1 bedroom $131 $3 $134
2 bedroom $178 ($19) $159
Noelani II
3 bedroom $226 ($19) $207
Palolo Homes
1 bedroom $97 0 $97
2 bedroom $126 ($12) $114
3 bedroom $157 ($11) $146
4 bedroom $195 ($19) $176
5 bedroom $231 ($28) $203
Punahele Homes
2 bedroom $169 ($11) $158
Salt Lake
1 bedroom 1 $75 $14 $89
Spencer House
2 bedroom $50 $4 $54
3 bedroom $58 ($1) $57
Waimaha-Sunflower
Phase I
1 bedroom $85 $4 $89
2 bedroom $115 ($9) $106
3 bedroom $146 ($9) $137
Waimaha-Sunflower
Phase II 1
1 bedroom $52 $37 $89
2 bedroom $63 $12 $75
Waimaha-Sunflower
Phase III
1 bedroom $58 $9 $67
2 bedroom $74 $1 $75
3 bedroom $90 ($3) $87
Waimanalo Homes
2 bedroom $121 $1 $122
3 bedroom $143 $7 $150
4 bedroom $163 $13 $176
Waimanalo Homes II
2 bedroom $121 $1 $122
3 bedroom $143 $7 $150
4 bedroom $163 $13 $176

1  Adjustment partially due to change in utility combination.
2  Effective when project is converted to tenant-paid electricity.
3  Effective when project is converted to tenant-paid gas.

ALLOWANCES FOR MEDICAL EQUIPMENT

Description Quantity Kauai Oahu Maui Molokai Hilo Kona
Air conditioner, window type, 10,000 BTU 229 $68 $40 $53 $66 $61 $61
Oxygen concentrator, 400W 219 $65 $38 $51 $63 $58 $58
Nebulizer, 75W 5 $2 $1 $2 $2 $2 $2
Electric hospital bed, 200W 1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1
Alternating pressure pad, 70W 51 $16 $9 $12 $15 $14 $14
Low air-pressure mattress, 120W 88 $26 $16 $21 $26 $24 $24
Power wheelchair/ scooter, 360W 1 67 $20 $12 $16 $20 $18 $18
Feeding tube, 120w 1 44 $13 $8 $11 $13 $12 $12
CPAP machine, 30W 9 $3 $2 $3 $3 $3 $3

1
  Additional equipment types requested by tenants.

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

Stephanie Aveiro
Executive Director
Housing and Community Development Corporation of Hawaii
Department of Human Services
State of Hawaii (SB05522823 5/12/06)



WASTEWATER SYSTEMS
NOTICE OF
VARIANCE APPLICATION NO. W W 217
DOCKET NO. 06 - V W W - 06

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. The Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, State of Hawaii, has applied for a five (5) year variance from Hawaii Administrative Rules (HAR) Subchapter 1, Section 11-62-05 Critical Wastewater Disposal Areas, Section 11-62-05 General Requirements, Subchapter 2, Wastewater Treatment Works, and Subchapter 3,      Individual Wastewater Systems, Section 11-62-31.1 (a)(2)(B) which states total development of an area shall not exceed 50 single-family residential lots or exceed fifty dwelling units.
Mr. Anson Maruyama, P.E., Chief Executive Officer, Community Planning & Engineering, Inc., 1100 Alakea Street, 6th Floor, Honolulu, Hawaii, is the individual   authorized to act for the applicant. The applicant is     requesting to install cesspools of 459 residential lots with minimum area of 10,000 square feet at the Lalamilo Residential Subdivision, Phase 2 at Waimea, South     Kohala, Hawaii, TMK: (3) 6-6-001: 077.
The applicant has made the following comments.
1. The State of Hawaii, Department of Hawaiian Home Lands (DHHL) proposes to develop a     subdivision of Hawaiian homestead lands in     Lalamilo, Waimea, South Kohala, Island of     Hawaii.
2. The project, Lalamilo Housing Subdivision, Phase 2, is located on the south side of Kawaihae Road approximately 8 miles east of the town of       Kawaihae. The Lalamilo Housing Subdivision, Phase 1 (Tax Map Keys: 6-6-001: 054 and 6-6-004: 012-017) consisting of 37 house lots are   located in contiguous properties but are       separated by approximately 100 feet by       Keanuiomano Stream which runs between the properties. The Phase 1 subdivision is currently under construction. The east property line borders the South Kohala Distribution Road. The       development is situated just outside of Waimea Town and approximately 56 miles from Hilo.
3. Approximately 232 acres of DHHL lands will be subdivided for 459 residential lots with minimum of 10,000 square feet lots, a park site and   roadways.
4. Waimea Town has no municipal wastewater     collection and treatment systems. All of Waimea, including the project vicinity is on individual wastewater systems (IWS) consisting of cesspools or septic tank leachfield systems with the       exception of the Parker Ranch 2020 expansion area. Parker Ranch owns and operates the only wastewater treatment plant located several miles south of Waimea Town and makai of Mamalahoa Highway.
5. The project is lcoated in Critical Wastewater     Disposal Area (CWDA), Unit 3, with 5-acre       exception as shown in Appendix E of HAR, Chapter 11-62.
6. The variance is being requested to allow the use of cesspools for the lots in a development of greater than 50 lots and less than 5 acres in size. The subdivided lots will be conveyed as residential lots to eligible native Hawaiians for one dollar ($1.00) per year. Other improvements include paved roadways, drainage, potable water, underground communications systems, above ground electric and lighting systems, park and road   connections to South Kohala Distribution Road and Alaneo Place. The homesteader will be     responsible for developing their individual lot dwellings and individual waste disposal systems.
7. The surrounding area is surrounded by low-density rural residential properties on the north and ranch land on the south.
8. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Services Survey, the ground   underlying the site is classified as “Waimea very fine sandy loam, 6 to 12 percent slopes (WMC).” The soil is characterized as “...dark-brown and very dark-brown very fine sandy loam and loam. The subsoil is dark-brown silt loam about 25     inches thick. It is underlain by weathering, hard basalt bedrock at a depth of about 42 inches.”
9. The depth of underlying groundwater, based on the results of the USGS Test Well (No. 6141-01) would be 900 to 1,200 feet. Consequently, the impact on ground water would not be significant as further nutrient removal in the several years of downward travel through the unsaturated zone would occur.
10. The variance has been requested for the maximum of five (5) years.
Several other detailed attachments and plot maps (which can not be shown here) were included in this   application but could not be included in this public     notice. 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 (SB05522818 5/12/06)


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

(Docket No. 06-CA-PA-8)

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 and a DRAFT   PERMIT AMENDMENT presently under review for:

(1) Covered Source Permit (CSP) No. 0382-02-C
Initial Covered Source Permit Application No. 0382-05
Mid Pac Petroleum, LLC
Kawaihae Petroleum Bulk Loading Terminal
Located at:  61-3651 Kawaihae Road, Kawaihae, Hawaii

(2) Covered Source Permit (CSP) No. 0088-01-C
Significant Modification Application No. 0088-09
FCC Flare Vapor Recovery System
Chevron USA Products Company
Petroleum Refinery
Located at:  91-480 Malakole Street, Kapolei, Oahu

The DRAFT PERMIT is described as follows:

CSP 0382-02-C will grant conditional approval for the operation of an existing       petroleum bulk loading terminal with modifications to store ethanol in an existing tank and to load ethanol at the existing loadrack.  Tank no. 4129 is being modified for   ethanol storage and will be subject to NSPS Subpart Kb - Standards of Performance for Volatile Organic Liquid Storage Vessels (including Petroleum Liquid Storage Vessels) for which Construction, Reconstruction, or Modification Commenced after July 23, 1984.  The proposed modifications will result in the following net emission increases (potential):
  Potential Significant
Emissions   Level
Pollutant (tons/year) (tons/year)

  VOC   0.33     40
  HAPS   0.003     N/A

The DRAFT PERMIT AMENDMENT is described as follows:

The proposed modification to CSP 0088-01-C adds a FCC Flare Vapor Recovery System to the miscellaneous process units and source operations section of the permit. The FCC Flare Vapor Recovery System will be subject to NSPS Subpart GGG - Standards of Performance for Equipment Leaks in Petroleum Refineries and NSPS Subpart QQQ - Standards of Performance for VOC Emissions from Petroleum Refinery Wastewater   Systems. The proposed modifications will result in the following net emission increases:

  Baseline     Net
  Potential   Actual Emissions Significant
Emissions Emissions 1   Increase     Level
Pollutant (tons/year) (tons/year) (tons/year) (tons/year)

NOX 30.2 178.2 -148.0 40
SO2 42.9 253.7 -210.8 40
PM   0   0     0 25
PM10   0   0     0 15
CO 6.9 40.5 - 33.6 100
VOC 6.3 7.5 - 1.2 40
H2SO4 Mist   0   0     0 7
HAPS   0 0.0015 - 0.0015 N/A

1
Based on average annual crude throughput from 2001 and 2002

The ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS, consisting of the APPLICATIONS and non-confidential supporting materials from the applicants, the permit review summaries, and the DRAFT PERMIT and DRAFT PERMIT AMENDMENT, 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

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 or draft permit amendment 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 June 13, 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. Darin Lum at the Clean Air Branch in Honolulu at (808) 586-4200.

Comments on the draft permit or draft permit amendment 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.
(SB05522790 5/12/06) Director of Health


NOTICE OF PROPOSED SALE OF REAL PROPERTY
FOR FAILURE TO PAY REAL PROPERTY TAXES DUE THEREON
DATE OF SALE - JUNE 7, 2006

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that each parcel of real property described below, all in the County of Hawaii, Third Taxation District, State of Hawaii, is subject to liens for real property taxes.  Pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 19, Article 5, Sections 19-37 through 19-45, Hawaii County Code and subject to the provisions of Sections 246-55 through 246-63, Hawaii Revised Statutes as amended, each parcel will be sold by me to the highest bidder for cash or draft drawn on a financial institution (cashier’s check, travelers check, money order, and/or certified check) at a public auction to be held in the Afook-Chinen Civic Auditorium, 323 Manono Street, Hilo, Hawaii on Wednesday, June 7, 2006 at 9:00 A.M.  The entire amount bid must be paid in full at the time of sale.

With respect to each parcel of property, WARNING IS HEREBY GIVEN to the persons assessed and to all persons   having or claiming to have any mortgage or other lien thereon or any legal or equitable right, title, or other interest therein, that unless the taxes due thereon, with all interest, penalties, costs, expenses, and charges accrued to the date of payment are paid before the time of sale appointed above, the property will be sold as advertised.  ALL OF THE PROPERTIES ARE OFFERED ”AS IS” AND WITHOUT ANY WARRANTIES AS TO TITLE OR PHYSICAL CONDITION.

The taxpayer may redeem the property sold by payment to the purchaser at the sale, within one (1) year from the date of the sale, of the amount paid by the purchaser, together with all costs and expenses which the purchaser was     required to pay, including the fee for recording the deed, and in addition thereto, interest on such amount at the rate of twelve percent (12%) a year.
TAX    
NAME/PRESENT OWNERS       NAME OF PEN & INT
ITEM TAX MAP KEY   RECORDS OF TAX OFF &       PERSONS COST & EXP
NO.   TAX YEARS     DESCRIPTION   OFF/ASSIST REG/LAND CT       ASSESSED   UPSET PRICE

  1 1-1-006-072 Lot 210, 20,838 sf, Blk B, PABLO,RUFINA AYSON PABLO,RUFINA AYSON $3,024.55
76-77 2nd to LCApp 1053 (am), Map 12, 5,512.77
05-06 2nd Mauna Loa Estates S/D,   1,354.49
Keaau, Puna, HI $9,891.81

  2 1-1-007-097 Lot 189, 20,000 sf, LCApp HARRIS,HELEN F HARRIS,HELEN F $1,528.55
00-01 2nd to 1053 (am), Map 12, Mauna 658.85
05-06 2nd Loa Estates S/D, Keaau,   1,384.49
Puna, HI $3,571.89

  3 1-1-009-119 Lot 499, 20,000 sf, LCApp KOSEKI,BETTY MOMOE; KOSEKI,JODY SUMIO $791.00
99-00 1st to 1053 (am), Map 12, Mauna KOSEKI,JODY SUMIO 396.52
05-06 2nd Loa Estates S/D, Keaau,   1,354.49
Puna, HI $2,542.01

  4 1-1-019-060 Lot 1900, 10,000 sf, LCApp SOUZA,LEONORE K SOUZA,LEONORE K $484.98
99-00 2nd to 1053 (am), Map 48, Royal 219.81
05-06 2nd Hawaiian Est S/D, Keaau,   1,354.49
Puna, HI $2,059.28

  5 1-1-020-075 Lot 27, 3.0 ac, Blk D, MATTHEWS,WILLIAM MATTHEWS,WILLIAM $468.35
01-02 1st to LCApp 1053 (am), Map 52, 193.78
05-06 2nd Fern Forest Vacation Est   1,354.49
S/D, Keaau, Puna, HI $2,016.62

  6 1-1-021-027 Lot 26, 3.0 ac, Blk J, CHOCK,BERTHA CHOCK,BERTHA $592.76
99-00 1st to LCApp 1053 (am), Map 52, WILHELMINA WILHELMINA 306.36
05-06 2nd Fern Forest Vacation Est   1,354.49
S/D, Keaau, Puna, HI $2,253.61

  7 1-1-021-067 Lot 39, 3.0 ac, Blk G, SHIGETANI,SEICHI SHIGETANI,SEICHI $717.75
99-00 1st to LCApp 1053 (am), Map 52, (DEC’D) (DEC’D) 389.20
05-06 2nd Fern Forest Vacation Est   1,354.49
S/D, Keaau, Puna, HI $2,461.44

  8 1-1-023-063 Lot 63, 3.0 ac, Blk M, EGAN,MARVIN KEITH; EGAN,MARVIN KEITH; $545.25
00-01 2nd to LCApp 1053 (am), Map 52, FOSTER,JUDITH ANN FOSTER,JUDITH ANN 229.13
05-06 2nd Fern Forest Vacation Est   1,354.49
S/D, Keaau, Puna, HI $2,128.87

  9 1-1-025-137 Lot 18, 3.0 ac, Blk W, SEQUEIRA,BETTE JEAN SEQUEIRA,BETTE JEAN $468.35
01-02 1st to LCApp 1053 (am), Map 52, DAYTON DAYTON 193.78
05-06 2nd Fern Forest Vacation Est   1,354.49
S/D, Keaau, Puna, HI $2,016.62

10 1-1-027-049 Lot 80, 3.0 ac, Blk F-F, MCKEAGUE,EMIL K MCKEAGUE,EMIL K $125.00
01-02 1st to LCApp 1053 (am), Map 52, 55.15
05-06 2nd Fern Forest Vacation Est   1,354.49
S/D, Keaau, Puna, HI $1,534.64

11 1-1-027-076 Lot 53, 3.0 ac, Blk F-F, CONNIFF,KAZUKO CONNIFF,GERALD $468.35
01-02 1st to LCApp 1053 (am), Map 52, AKIMOTO; WAYNE (DEC’D) 193.78
05-06 2nd Fern Forest Vacation Est CONNIFF,GERALD   1,354.49
S/D, Keaau, Puna, HI WAYNE (DEC’D) $2,016.62

12 1-1-027-092 Lot 37, 3.0 ac, Blk F-F, LEACH,IRIS M, Trustee of LEACH,IRIS M TRS $549.66
99-00 2nd to LCApp 1053 (am), Map 52, the Ululani Mabel Judd Rev 258.28
05-06 2nd Fern Forest Vacation Est Liv Tr; Lovell,William Bennet;   1,354.49
S/D, Keaau, Puna, HI Ahana,Ethel Kealohapauole $2,162.43

13 1-1-027-095 Lot 34, 3.0 ac, Blk F-F, LEACH,IRIS M, Trustee of LEACH,IRIS M, Trustee of $549.66
99-00 2nd to LCApp 1053 (am), Map 52, the Ululani Mabel Judd Rev the Ululani Mabel Judd 258.28
05-06 2nd Fern Forest Vacation Est Liv Tr Rev Liv Tr   1,354.49
S/D, Keaau, Puna, HI $2,162.43

14 1-1-028-014 Lot 37, 3.0 ac, Blk D-D, SHINNO,BERNICE A SHINNO,BERNICE A $663.35
97-98 2nd to LCApp 1053 (am), Map 52, (DEC’D) (DEC’D) 398.28
05-06 2nd Fern Forest Vacation Est   1,442.49
S/D, Keaau, Puna, HI $2,504.12

15 1-1-028-153 Lot 10, 3.0 ac, Blk C-C, DOODY,RAMONA JOY DOODY,RAMONA JOY $594.35
99-00 1st to LCApp 1053 (am), Map 52, KANOELANI KANOELANI 307.96
05-06 2nd Fern Forest Vacation Est   1,354.49
S/D, Keaau, Puna, HI $2,256.80

16 1-1-036-017 Lot 7610, 2.0 ac, LCApp DELDOTTO,DAVID P; DELDOTTO,DAVID P $1,762.60
92-93 1st to 1053 (am), Map 51, Fern DELDOTTO,YOLANDA L 1,899.78
05-06 2nd Acres S/D, Keaau, Puna,   1,512.49
HI $5,174.87

17 1-1-042-186 Lot 6673, 2.0 ac, LCApp STETZER,LAMONT BOTEFUHR,CARL R; $2,593.34
81-82 2nd to 1053 (am), Map 51, Fern DUPONT JR; ECKERT,RICHARD L 4,127.47
05-06 2nd Acres S/D, Keaau, Puna, BOTEFUHR,CARL R   1,379.49
HI $8,100.30

18 1-1-063-091 Lot 53-B-220, 9,300 sf, GENERAL HAWAIIAN GENERAL HAWAIIAN $1,574.08
89-90 2nd to LCApp 1053 (am), Map 68, DEVELOPMENT DEVELOPMENT 1,448.69
05-06 2nd Ohia Estates S/D, Keaau, CORP/RICHARD M CORP/RICHARD M   1,117.49
Puna, HI KENNEDY, TRUSTEE KENNEDY, TRUSTEE $4,140.26

19 1-1-063-092 Lot 53-B-273, 15,900 sf, GENERAL HAWAIIAN GENERAL HAWAIIAN $1,705.65
89-90 2nd to LCApp 1053 (am), Map 68, DEVELOPMENT DEVELOPMENT 1,628.21
05-06 2nd Ohia Estates S/D, Keaau, CORP/RICHARD M CORP/RICHARD M   1,117.49
Puna, HI KENNEDY, TRUSTEE KENNEDY, TRUSTEE $4,451.35

20 1-1-072-032 Lot 18, 1.0 ac, Blk 125, SULLIVAN,FRANCIS J SULLIVAN,FRANCIS J $544.37
99-00 1st to LCApp 1053 (am), Map 90, 256.30
05-06 2nd Hawaii’s Eden Rock Est   1,354.49
S/D, Keaau, Puna, HI $2,155.16

21 1-1-073-033 Lot 14, 1.0 ac, Blk 127, EVANSON,EDWARD A; EVANSON,EDWARD A $540.00
99-00 1st to LCApp 1053 (am), Map 90, EVANSON,TOMOKO O 268.50
05-06 2nd Hawaii’s Eden Rock Est   1,354.49
S/D, Keaau, Puna, HI $2,162.99

22 1-1-073-034 Lot 13, 1.0 ac, Blk 127, EVANSON,EDWARD EVANSON,EDWARD A $545.00
99-00 1st to LCApp 1053 (am), Map 90, ARNE; 273.35
05-06 2nd Hawaii’s Eden Rock Est EVANSON,TOMOKO   1,354.49
S/D, Keaau, Puna, HI OKADA $2,172.84

23 1-1-078-010 Lot 48, 1.0 ac, Blk 118, AOKI,FRANK TOKUHISA; AOKI,KASUMI Y $540.00
99-00 1st to LCApp 1053 (am), Map 90, AOKI,KASUMI YAMADA 268.50
05-06 2nd Hawaii’s Eden Rock Est   1,354.49
S/D, Keaau, Puna, HI $2,162.99

24 1-1-078-025 Lot 47, 1.0 ac, Blk 118, AOKI,FRANK TOKUHISA; AOKI,KASUMI Y $540.00
99-00 1st to LCApp 1053 (am), Map 90, AOKI,KASUMI YAMADA 268.50
05-06 2nd Hawaii’s Eden Rock Est   1,354.49
S/D, Keaau, Puna, HI $2,162.99

25 1-1-096-041 Lot 26, 1.0 ac, Blk 96, GRAHLMANN,HORST GRAHLMANN,HORST H $540.00
99-00 1st to LCApp 1053 (am), Map 90, HANS (DEC’D) 268.50
05-06 2nd Hawaii’s Eden Rock Est   1,354.49
S/D, Keaau, Puna, HI $2,162.99

26 1-2-006-004 362.0 ac, Royal Patent CARVALHO,VIRGINIA P HAUNIO,JOHN PAI; ILI, $30,813.58
86-87 2nd to Grant 2372, Kalapana, et al; *Additional names to KANANI; CARVALHO, 39,171.37
05-06 2nd Puna, HI follow. ANTHONY S SR; 19,949.49
LALAKEA,THOMAS $89,934.44
KANAMU; KAUWE’S LAND
& RESEARCH
DEVELOPMENT INC;
LEE,ROBERT A C;

*HAUNIO,JOHN PAI HEIRS OF (AKA: HAUANIO,JOHN P SR); KAHEIKI,JOHN; ILI,KANANI; CARVALHO,ANTHONY S SR; LALAKEA,THOMAS KANAMU; KAUWE’S LAND & RESEARCH DEVLEOPMENT,INC; LEE,ROBERT A C; OE,LEE (MRS); KALAWE,MALIHINI HEIRS OF; KUOKOA,HALEOLA HEIRS OF (AKA: KAHEIKI,HALEOLA); KUOKOA,JOHN HEIRS OF (AKA: KAHEIKI,JOHN; KAHEIKI,JOHN K); KUPAU,WINONA K HEIRS OF (AKA: KUPAU,WINONA L);    KEKAUALUA,BARBARA; LUCERO,RUBY K; KAHEIKI,THOMAS K JR; CHU,ROSE MARIE K; CHANTRY,LORETTA;  KAHEIKI,FRANCIS; KAHEIKI,GEORGE; KAHEIKI,STEVEN; ROBERTS,BERNADETTE (AKA: ROBERTS,BERNADETTE K; ROBERTS,BERNADETTE KEHAULANI); SPENCER,JERALDINE (AKA: SPENCER,JERALDINE KUULEI; SPENCER, GERALDINE); KAHEIKI,SHIRLEY ANN; VENTURA,HAROLDINE; MAHOE,GINA (AKA: MAHOE,GINA LEI); KAHEIKI,STEPHEN HEIRS OF (AKA: KAHEIKI,STEPHEN M SR); KAHEIKI,ROCCO HEIRS OF (AKA: KAHEIKI,ROCCO M); KAHEIKI,JOHN L HEIRS OF; KAHEIKI,GEORGE HEIRS OF;

KAHEIKI,KAHALEPEA HEIRS OF; KAMA,ROSE LOKELANI HEIRS OF (AKA: KAMA,LOSELANI); ELDERTS,HANNAH K HEIRS OF (AKA: ELDERTS,HANA); KAIPALAWA,BENJAMIN HEIRS OF (AKA: KAIPALAOA,BENJAMIN); LEE,LIM TIM HEIRS OF; SUYAT,ROSE K HEIRS OF (AKA: SUYAT,ROSELANI KALEIMOMIONALANI); BORSELLA,LOUISE K;    SAMUELA,KAUIKANEOLE HEIRS OF (AKA: SAMUELA,KAUIOKALANI); AOE, HEIRS OF (AKA: OE,LEE; OI,LEE; AH OE,LEE; AOE,YEE HOP); LEE,ROBERT AH CHUNG HEIRS OF (AKA: LEE,ROBERT CHUNG; LEE,ROBERT A C);    KAWAI,HELEN KANOELEHUA B HEIRS OF (AKA: KAWAI,HELEN LEHUA); KAWAI,LILA ANN YIM; KAWAI,HARRY HIILEIALII YIM; RADL,EDITH KANOELEHUA YIM KAWAI; NOGUES,MARY-ALICE MILILANI YIM KAWAI; LUDLOFF,FRANCES MILILANI B HEIRS OF (AKA: LUDLOFF,FRANCES BROWN; LUDLOFF,FRANCES MILILANI); LAU,LEI BROWN; BROWN,FRANCES L HEIRS OF (AKA: BROWN,FRANCES L SR); BROWN,JAMES H JR HEIRS OF (AKA: BROWN,JAMES H B JR); BROWN,WILLIAM C HEIRS OF; BROWN,PATSY;

BROWN,SAMSON; KAMAHELE,LEINAALA BROWN; FRANCIS,RUBY BROWN; BROWN,HARRY K JR HEIRS OF; BROWN,ANUHEA AUDREY; BROWN,LANI HARRY; BROWN,ALIKA JAMES; BROWN,KIMO LANGHERN DESHA; WAIAU,HAWEA BROWN; LALAKEA,THOMAS KANAMU; LALAKEA,CAROLYN CLAUSEN; ILI,KAWAWA HEIRS OF (AKA: ILI,KAWAWAOKALANI); HEE,SHERMAN S TRS FOR ILI,MARY (AKA:ILI,KANANI); HAUANIO HEIRS OF (AKA: KAAIPAI,J W H); HAUANIO,JOHN PAI HEIRS OF (AKA: HAUANIO,JOHN PAI SR); HAUANIO,JOHN KAAIPAI JR HEIRS OF; HAUANIO,JANICE L; HAUANIO,JOHN S HEIRS OF (AKA: HAUANIO,JOHN SONNY III); HAUANIO,  CLARENCE H (AKA: HAUANI’O,CLARENCE HULIHE’E); HAUANIO,MATTHEW HEIRS OF (AKA: HAUANIO,MATHEW M; HAUANI’O,MATHEW MAKAIO SR); HAUANIO,DARREN K (AKA: HAUANI’O,DARREN KALEOLANI); BRIGHAM,GLADYS; HAUANIO,GILBERT; HAUANIO,BENJAMIN; HAUANIO,JOSEPH HEIRS OF (AKA: HAUANIO,  JOSEPH K SR); PRESSIMOME,MARY HEIRS OF (AKA: PRESSIMOME,MARY M); HAUANIO,MARY ANN HEIRS OF; CHANG,LESLIE HEIRS OF (AKA: CHANG,LESLIE A; CHANG,LESLIE K I); CHANG,GORDON (AKA: CHANG,GORDON HUNG ING; CHANG,GORDON H I); CHONG,PEARL (AKA: CHONG,PEARL YORK LIN; CHONG,PEARL Y L).

27 1-2-006-031 Lots 24 & 25, 9.8 ac, EHU,HALEMANU K AH YO,KAMAKA J $928.72
01-02 1st to Land Patent Grant 9545, 410.33
05-06 2nd Registered Map 2072,   1,329.49
Kaimu Homestead $2,668.54
Reservation, Puna, HI

28 1-2-017-024 Lot 24, 8,319 sf, FP 768, VALENZUELA,HENRY; GUERRERO,JANIE; $1,327.47
00-01 2nd to Kalapana Shores S/D, GUERRERO,JANIE; GUERRERO,ANTONIO 574.05
05-06 2nd Kaimu, Puna, HI GUERRERO,ANTONIO   1,329.49
$3,231.01

29 1-2-020-005 Lot 91, 8,455 sf, FP 847, PIERSON,RICHARD LEE; PIERSON,RICHARD L $403.13
01-02 2nd to Black Sand Beach S/D, PIERSON,DOROTHY 151.57
05-06 2nd Kikala-Keokea, Puna, HI ALICE   1,329.49
$1,884.19

30 1-2-031-032 Lot 28, 9,000 sf, FP 908, WRIGHT,DAVID G WRIGHT,DAVID G $1,192.58
01-02 1st to Kehena Beach Est S/D, 460.59
05-06 2nd Unit 2, Keauohana, Puna,   1,329.49
HI $2,982.66

31 1-2-034-057 Lot 88, 7,938 sf, FP 1195, KALAPANA SEAVIEW KENNEDY,RICHARD M $1,622.22
89-90 2nd to Kalapana Seaview Est S/D, ESTATES, INC. 1,846.25
05-06 2nd Unit 1, Keekee-Kehena,   1,354.49
Puna, HI $4,822.96

32 1-2-038-008 Lot 48, 12,628 sf, FP 1234, HOFFELD,JENNIFER HOFFELD,JENNIFER $1,989.26
01-02 2nd to Kalapana Seaview Est S/D, 735.09
05-06 2nd Unit 3, Keekee-Kehena,   1,334.49
Puna, HI $4,058.84

33 1-2-039-112 Lot 90, 7,805 sf, FP 1234, KALAPANA SEAVIEW KENNEDY,RICHARD M $1,568.43
89-90 2nd to Kalapana Seaview Est S/D, ESTATES, INC. 1,826.45
05-06 2nd Unit 3, Keekee-Kehena,   1,354.49
Puna, HI $4,749.37

34 1-2-039-113 Lot 89, 7,887 sf, FP 1234, KALAPANA SEAVIEW KENNEDY,RICHARD M $1,571.41
89-90 2nd to Kalapana Seaview Est S/D, ESTATES, INC. 1830.41
05-06 2nd Unit 3, Keekee-Kehena,   1,354.49
Puna, HI $4,756.31

35 1-2-039-114 Lot 88, 7,887 sf, FP 1234, KALAPANA SEAVIEW KENNEDY,RICHARD M $1,571.41
89-90 2nd to Kalapana Seaview Est S/D, ESTATES, INC. 1,830.41
05-06 2nd Unit 3, Keekee-Kehena,   1,354.49
Puna, HI $4,756.31

36 1-2-040-070 Lot 70, 7,500 sf, FP 1358, SEAL,LEWIS; SEAL,LEWIS $2,815.24
94-95 1st to Kalapana Seaview Est S/D, SEAL,MARILEE 3,035.48
05-06 2nd Unit 4, Keekee-Kehena,   1,354.49
Puna, HI $7,205.21

37 1-2-041-016 Lot 246, 7,500 sf, FP 1358, BALISBISANA,NELSON R; BALISBISANA,NELSON R $470.17
01-02 2nd to Kalapana Seaview Est S/D, BALISBISANA, 165.52
05-06 2nd Unit 4, Keekee-Kehena, MICHELLINE M   1,329.49
Puna, HI $1,965.18

38 1-2-041-084 Lot 178, 7,500 sf, FP 1358, MARTIN,WILLIAM GLENN; MARTIN,LESLIE L $575.94
00-01 1st to Kalapana Seaview Est S/D, MARTIN,LESLIE LOUISE 247.59
05-06 2nd Unit 4, Keekee-Kehena,   1,329.49
Puna, HI $2,153.02

39 1-6-008-056 Lot 18, 2.0 ac, Blk S-S-S, GOULD,JAY ROBERT ALTMAN,MICHAEL D $2,442.56
99-00 1st to LCApp 1053 (am), Map 53, 1,340.29
05-06 2nd Orchidland Est S/D, Keaau,   1,354.49
Puna, HI $5,137.34


40 1-6-010-099 Lot 12, 1.0 ac, Blk UU, SPERLING,MARY SPERLING,MARY $1,032.75
99-00 1st to LCApp 1053 (am), Map 53, 606.30
05-06 2nd Orchidland Est S/D, Keaau,   1,354.49
Puna, HI $2,993.54

41 1-6-011-031 Lot 76, 3.0 ac, Blk DDDD, ROBIN ISHIBASHI INC, ISHIBASHI,ROBIN $934.10
99-00 1st to LCApp 1053 (am), Map 53, PROFIT SHARING TRUSTEE 507.59
05-06 2nd Orchidland Est S/D, Keaau, PLAN/ROBIN ISHIBASHI   1,354.49
Puna, HI TRUSTEE $2,796.18

42 1-6-016-011 Lot 2909, 3.0 ac, LCApp MOSHER,JUNE WANDA MOSHER,JUNE WANDA $1,102.22
96-97 2nd to 1053 (am), Map 49, (DEC’D) (DEC’D) 858.79
05-06 2nd Hawaiian Acres S/D,   1,442.49
Keaau, Puna, HI $3,403.50

43 1-6-026-016 Lot 3602, 3.0 ac, LCApp MOSHER,JUNE WANDA MOSHER,JUNE WANDA $961.67
96-97 2nd to 1053 (am), Map 49, (DEC’D) (DEC’D) 733.03
05-06 2nd Hawaiian Acres S/D,   1,442.49
Keaau, Puna, HI $3,137.19

44 1-6-026-017 Lot 3603, 3.0 ac, LCApp MOSHER,JUNE WANDA MOSHER,JUNE WANDA $961.67
96-97 2nd to 1053 (am), Map 49, (DEC’D) (DEC’D) 733.03
05-06 2nd Hawaiian Acres S/D,   1,442.49
Keaau, Puna, HI $3,137.19

45 1-6-027-071 Lot 3459, 3.0 ac, LCApp STANGE,HANS KARLSON STANGE,HANS K $1,392.55
95-96 1st to 1053 (am), Map 49, (DEC’D); BLOOM,LOUIS; (DEC’D) 1,277.18
05-06 2nd Hawaiian Acres S/D, KLIFFER,EARL;   1,354.49
Keaau, Puna, HI BERGER,BENJAMIN $4,024.22

46 1-6-034-022 Lot 4491, 3.0 ac, LCApp SUAN,HERMAN FERMIN; SUAN,HERMAN F $732.55
99-00 1st to 1053 (am), Map 49, SUAN,AUGUSTINA 415.88
05-06 2nd Hawaiian Acres S/D, BAROY   1,354.49
Keaau, Puna, HI $2,502.92

47 1-6-034-023 Lot 4492, 3.0 ac, LCApp SUAN,HERMAN FERMIN; SUAN,HERMAN F $732.55
99-00 1st to 1053 (am), Map 49, SUAN,AUGUSTINA 415.88
05-06 2nd Hawaiian Acres S/D, BAROY   1,354.49
Keaau, Puna, HI $2,502.92

48 1-6-044-047 Lot 4678, 3.0 ac, LCApp VASINA LIVING VASINA,JAN/MARY $658.00
99-00 1st to 1053 (am), Map 49, TRUST/JAN VASINA & AILEEN 366.74
05-06 2nd Hawaiian Acres S/D, MARY A VASINA,   1,354.49
Keaau, Puna, HI TRUSTEES $2,379.23

49 1-6-065-064 Lot 7, 12,000 sf, Blk 14, MCCORD,PERRY BROWN MCCORD, PERRY B III $580.00
99-00 1st to LCApp 1053, Map 70, III 299.87
05-06 2nd Ainaloa S/D, Keaau,   1,354.49
Puna, HI $2,234.36

50 1-6-082-109 Lot 21, 12,000 sf, Blk 32, MCCORD,PERRY BROWN MCCORD, PERRY B III $658.00
99-00 1st to LCApp 1053 (am), Map 70, III 366.74
05-06 2nd Ainaloa S/D, Keaau, Puna,   1,354.49
HI $2,379.23

51 1-6-085-070 Lot 17, 12,000 sf, Blk 37, MIYOSE,FUSAE (DEC’D); MIYOSE,CAROL; FAIR $1,075.47
95-96 1st to LCApp 1053 (am), Map 70, FAIR CONTRACTING CO, CONTRACTING CO, LTD 902.46
05-06 2nd Ainaloa S/D, Keaau, Puna, LTD   1,379.49
HI $3,357.42

52 1-6-088-040 Lot 88, 19,965 sf, Blk 37, VASINA LIVING VASINA,JAN $925.80
99-00 1st to LCApp 1053 (am), Map 70, TRUST/JAN VASINA & 541.16
05-06 2nd Ainaloa S/D, Keaau, Puna, MARY A VASINA,   1,354.49
HI TRUSTEES $2,821.45

53 1-6-090-054 Lot 48, 12,000 sf, Blk 44, TAKAHASHI,YUYA TAKAHASHI,TOHRU $706.47
99-00 1st to LCApp 1053 (am), Map 70, 407.78
05-06 2nd Ainaloa S/D, Keaau, Puna,   1,354.49
HI $2,468.74

54 1-6-094-055 Lot 48, 12,000 sf, Blk 49, DELAPENA,VELMA DELAPENA,DONALD $629.37
99-00 2nd to LCApp 1053 (am), Map 70, KAMALANI; DELAPENA, 321.98
05-06 2nd Ainaloa S/D, Keaau, Puna, DONALD   1,361.99
HI $2,313.34

55 1-8-015-063 Lot 15, 8,100 sf, Blk 511, TUTTLE,WILLIAM DAVIS TUTTLE,WILLIAM D JR $471.07
99-00 2nd to FP 654, Hawaii Island JR 205.96
05-06 2nd Paradise Acres S/D, Olaa,   1,329.49
Puna, HI $2,006.52

56 1-8-016-067 Lot 14, 8,100 sf, Blk 519, OELKER,VIOLET A OELKER,VIOLET A $496.00
99-00 1st to FP 654, Hawaii Island 230.35
05-06 2nd Paradise Acres S/D, Olaa,   1,329.49
Puna, HI $2,055.84

57 1-8-016-068 Lot 13, 8,100 sf, Blk 519, OELKER,VIOLET A OELKER,VIOLET A $496.00
99-00 1st to FP 654, Hawaii Island 230.35
05-06 2nd Paradise Acres S/D, Olaa,   1,329.49
Puna, HI $2,055.84

58 1-8-019-051 Lot 3, 8,100 sf, Blk 502, BLOZY,JOE; BLOZY,JOSEPH J $1,574.00
95-96 1st to FP 654, Hawaii Island BLOZY,BETTY JANE 1,324.24
05-06 2nd Paradise Acres S/D, Olaa,   1,329.49
Puna, HI $4,227.73

59 1-8-032-043 Lot 722, 12,005 sf, FP 726, MANNING,CLAYTON MANNING,CLAYTON K $1,399.14
93-94 1st to Glenwood Gardens, Orchid KANESHIRO 1,324.90
05-06 2nd Isle Est S/D, Unit 3, Olaa,   1,329.49
Puna, HI $4,053.53

60 1-8-035-018 Lot 839, 12,001 sf, FP 727, DWYER,WILLIAM M; DWYER,WILLIAM M; $949.00
94-95 2nd to Orchid Isle Est S/D, Unit 4, DWYER,ELLA M DWYER,ELLA M 975.52
05-06 2nd Olaa, Puna, HI   1,329.49
$3,254.01

61 1-8-035-034 Lot 860, 12,005 sf, FP 727, LAWRENCE,SALLY A LAWRENCE,SALLY A $965.00
94-95 2nd to Orchid Isle Est S/D, Unit 4, 1,001.06
05-06 2nd Olaa, Puna, HI   1,329.49
$3,295.55

62 1-8-049-056 Lot 936, 12,005 sf, FP 728, MITCHELL,MICHAEL W LEITCH,DAVID $1,448.36
95-96 1st to Aloha Estates S/D, Unit 3, 1,149.24
05-06 2nd Olaa, Puna, HI   1,329.49
$3,927.09

63 1-8-049-057 Lot 935, 12,005 sf, FP 728, BARANOF UPOLSTERY, BARANOF UPOLSTERY $1,454.00
95-96 1st to Aloha Estates S/D, Unit 3, DBA; ABERLE,EDWARD D; 1,181.72
05-06 2nd Olaa, Puna, HI VANSCOY,ROD   1,329.49
$3,965.21

64 1-8-052-040 Lot 754, 12,005 sf, FP 715, RESUELLO,FIDEL RESUELLO,FIDEL $1,506.00
95-96 1st to Aloha Estates S/D, Unit 2, AQUINO; AQUINO; 1,249.65
05-06 2nd Olaa, Puna, HI RESUELLO,FREELY RESUELLO,FREELY   1,329.49
TABANGAY TABANGAY $4,085.14

65 1-8-052-054 Lot 740, 12,005 sf, FP 715, ENNIS,JOHN G ENNIS,JOHN G $450.00
99-00 1st to Aloha Estates S/D, Unit 2, 191.87
05-06 2nd Olaa, Puna, HI   1,336.99
$1,978.86


66 1-8-055-057 Lot 539, 12,005 sf, FP 715, MAJIED,DARRYL A; MAJIED,DARRYL A $562.00
99-00 1st to Aloha Estates S/D, Unit 2, MAJIED,FRETZE M; 287.98
05-06 2nd Olaa, Puna, HI BROWN,BENNIE L;   1,329.49
BROWN,CONSUELO P $2,179.47

67 1-8-055-058 Lot 538, 12,005 sf, FP 715, MAJIED,DARRYL A; MAJIED,DARRYL A $562.00
99-00 1st to Aloha Estates S/D, Unit 2, MAJIED,FRETZE M; 287.98
05-06 2nd Olaa, Puna, HI BROWN,BENNIE L;   1,329.49
BROWN,CONSUELO P $2,179.47

68 2-4-059-046 Lot 69, 6,197 sf, FP 1168, AGUIAR,GILBERT; AGUIAR,GILBERT $175.00
02-03 1st to Mohouli S/D, Section 1, AGUIAR,VICTORIA ANITA 60.68
05-06 2nd Waiakea, South Hilo, HI   1,344.49
$1,580.17

69 2-5-052-014 Lot 14, 10,500 sf, FP 1285, CITIFINANCIAL, INC. 221, ASSOCIATES FINANCIAL $6,691.52
01-02 2nd to Luana Gardens S/D, LLC. SVCS CO, ATTN: 2,454.58
05-06 2nd Ponahawai, South Hilo, HI CITIFINANCIAL   1,411.49
$10,557.59


70 2-6-010-011- Lots 14-A & 14-B, 9.599 STANLEY CHOKO OSHIRO,STANLEY C $10,257.80
0002 ac, Por Gr 4119, Kaiwiki OSHIRO REVOCABLE TRUST 2,732.98
01-02 1st to Homesteads, 1st Series, TRUST/STANLEY CHOKO   1,277.49
05-06 2nd Kaiwiki, South Hilo, HI OSHIRO TRUSTEE $14,268.27


71 2-8-017-035 Lot 12, 7,798 sf, Por Gr DE MOTTO,ROBERT DE MOTTA,VIOLET $100.00
02-03 1st to 898, Landing Camp S/D, (DEC’D) AKA DE MOTTA, 37.52
05-06 2nd Honomu, South Hilo, HI ROBERT; DE MOTTO,   1,344.49
VIOLET AKA DE MOTTA, $1,482.01
VIOLET

WILLIAM TAKABA
DIRECTOR OF FINANCE
COUNTY OF HAWAII
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
REAL PROPERTY TAX DIVISION
101 PAUAHI STREET, SUITE 4
HILO, HI 96720
(SB05522368 5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 5/31/06) (808)961-8282


WASTEWATER SYSTEMS
NOTICE OF
VARIANCE APPLICATION NO. W W 216
DOCKET NO. 06 - V W W - 05

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. Chris Moore, owner of Poipu Plantation Resort, LLC, 1792 Pee Road, Koloa, Kauai, Hawaii has applied for a five (5) year variance, from Hawaii Administrative Rules (HAR) from Section 11-62-31.1(b)(1) to connect more than two dwelling units to a single septic tank.
Mr. Moore states the project involves two buildings. One building contains three 1-bedroom dwellings and the other building contains four 1-bedroom dwellings. Each building is served by a cesspool and historically been without problem. New septic tanks for each building will use the cesspool as a seepage pit. There is insufficient land to add more systems.
The applicant has made the following comments.
1. Each proposed IWS will serve more than two   dwelling units.
2. 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.
3. 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.
4. 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.
5. There is insufficient land to add more septic     systems than proposed.
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. Prevent loss of jobs. The LCC serving my facility has been in operation for 20 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       employees.
8. 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.
9. 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.
10. The owner of the facilty 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.
11. The existing location of the facility is severely   restrictive. There is simply no space to construct a wastewater treatment plant.
12. 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 (SB05522809 5/9/06)



PUBLIC NOTICE

COMMISSION ON WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
NOTICE OF A CONTESTED CASE HEARING (CCH-MA-06-02)
CONCERNING COMPLAINT C04-31 FROM EARTHJUSTICE (EJ), ON BEHALF OF HUI O NA WAI EHA AND MAUI TOMORROW FOUNDATION, INC. REGARDING WASTE OF SURFACE WATER FROM DITCHES OF WAILUKU WATER COMPANY, LLC
WAILUKU, MAUI

The Commission on Water Resource Management (Commission), State of Hawaii, on its own motion, will conduct a contested case hearing on to address complaint C04-31 regarding waste of surface water from ditches owned by Wailuku Water Company, LLC (formerly Wailuku Agribusiness Company) in the Wailuku area.  The hearing for interveners will be held on Maui at a date, time, and place to be announced.

Any person wishing to participate in the hearing as an intervening party must file a written application in conformance with Section 13-167-54(e), HAR, explaining briefly how he or she has a specific legal interest different from the general public and how their interest could be affected by the proposed action.  The Commission’s hearing officer will then grant or deny the application to intervene.  At the scheduled contested case hearing, only persons admitted as parties to the proceedings may actually participate.

Written applications to be an intervening party in the contested case hearing must be received no later than 12:00 noon, Tuesday, May 23, 2006, at the Commission Office, 1151 Punchbowl Street, Room 227, Honolulu, HI 96813.  Application forms are available at the Commission Office, will be mailed upon request, or can be downloaded from the Commission website at http://www.hawaii.gov/dlnr/cwrm/ forms/CCHP.pdf.  Please call (808) 587-0225 or toll free from Maui 1-800-984-2400, extension 70225, for application forms or for further information.

After receipt of all applications to intervene, a hearing will be held at which the Commission’s hearing officer will take evidence and arguments supporting each applicant’s request for participation in the contested case.  The Commission’s hearing officer will then make a ruling on standing for each applicant’s request for a contested case or to intervene.  Only persons granted standing as parties to the proceedings may participate in the contested case hearing.  The hearing on standing will be held on Maui and scheduled for a date, time, and place to be determined.

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 Commission.

COMMISSION ON WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

DEAN A. NAKANO, Acting Deputy Director for
PETER T. YOUNG, Chairperson

Dated:  May 4, 2006                                 (SB03509344 5/9/06)



PUBLIC NOTICE

COMMISSION ON WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
NOTICE OF A COMBINED CONTESTED CASE HEARING (CCH-MA-06-01)
CONCERNING WATER USE PERMIT APPLICATIONS FOR
MAUI DEPARTMENT OF WATER SUPPLY, HAWAIIAN COMMERCIAL AND SUGAR,
AND WAILUKU WATER COMPANY, LLC
IAO GROUND WATER MANAGEMENT AREA, MAUI
AND
PETITIONS TO AMEND THE INTERIM INSTREAM FLOW STANDARDS FOR
IAO , WAIEHU, WAIHEE, & WAIKAPU STREAMS

The Commission on Water Resource Management (Commission), State of Hawaii, on its own motion, will conduct a combined contested case hearing on the following applications for existing high-level ground water use permit applications and petitions to amend interim instream flow standards:

High-Level Ground Water Use Permit Applications

Source Name Well No. Applicant WUPA # TMK     amount (mgd)
Existing Uses as of July 21, 2003
Kepaniwai Well 5332-05 MDWS 699 3-3-3:5 1.042
Iao Tunnel (Kepaniwai) 5332-02 MDWS 680 3-3-3:3 1.359
Waikapu Tunnel 1 5132-01 WWC 681 3-5-3:1 unknown
Waikapu Tunnel 2 5132-02 WWC 682 3-6-3:1 unknown
Iao Tunnel (Puako) 5330-02 HC&S 691 3-4-34:34 0.100
Black Gorge Tunnel 5332-01 WWC 685 3-3-3:3 unknown
Iao Needle Tunnel 1 5333-01 WWC 684 3-5-3:1 unknown
Iao Needle Tunnel 2 5333-02 WWC 686 3-3-3:3 unknown

Applicants: Maui County Department of Water Supply (MDWS)
Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar (HC&S)
Wailuku Water Company, LLC (WWC) (formerly Wailuku     Agribusiness Company, Inc.)

from the Iao Ground Water Management Area, Maui, pursuant to Chapters 91 and 174C, Hawaii Revised Statutes, and Sections 13-167-51 through 54, Hawaii Administrative Rules (HAR)

Petitions to Amend Interim Instream Flow Standards

Stream Name     SCAP No. Petitioner TMK amount (mgd)
Iao MA-375   * various unknown
Waiehu MA-375   * various unknown
Waihee MA-375   * various unknown
Waikapu MA-375   * various unknown

* Earthjustice (EJ), on behalf of Hui o Na Wai Eha and Maui Tomorrow Foundation, Inc.

within Wailuku area, Maui, pursuant to Chapters 91 and 174C, Hawaii Revised Statutes, and Sections 13-169-40 through 43, Hawaii Administrative Rules (HAR).

Any person wishing to participate in the contested case hearing as an intervening party must file a written application in accordance with Section 13-167-54(e), HAR, explaining briefly how he or she has a specific legal interest different from the general public and how their interest could be affected by the proposed action.

Written applications to be an intervening party in the contested case hearing must be received no later than 12:00 noon, Tuesday, May 23, 2006, at the Commission Office, 1151 Punchbowl Street, Room 227, Honolulu, HI 96813.  Application forms are available at the Commission Office.  An application form will be mailed upon request or one can be downloaded from the Commission website at http://www.hawaii.gov/dlnr/cwrm/ forms/CCHP.pdf.  Please call (808) 587-0225 or toll free from Maui 1-800-984-2400, extension 70225, for application forms or for further information.

After receipt of all applications to intervene, a hearing will be held at which the Commission’s hearing officer will take evidence and arguments supporting each applicant’s request for participation in the contested case.  The Commission’s hearing officer will then make a ruling on standing for each applicant’s request for a contested case or to intervene.  Only persons granted standing as parties to the proceedings may participate in the contested case hearing.  The hearing on standing will be held on Maui and scheduled for a date, time, and place to be determined.

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 Commission.

COMMISSION ON WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

DEAN A. NAKANO, Acting Deputy Director for
PETER T. YOUNG, Chairperson
Dated:  May 4, 2006                 (SB03509343 5/9/06)


STATE OF HAWAII
DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES

GOAT HUNTING TO OPEN ON KAUAI
Legal Notice DOFAW 06-08

The Board of Land and Natural Resources is pleased to announce the opening of archery, muzzle-loading rifle and conventional firearm hunting seasons for feral goats on the island of Kauai.  The goat hunting forecast this year is considered to be “fair to good.”  Pursuant to Title 13, Chapter 123 (13-123-4 and 5.1) “Rules Regulating Game Mammal Hunting,” the following fees and special rules and conditions will be in effect for the hunt:

2006 KAUAI GOAT HUNTING SEASON
_______________________________________________________________________________________
Hunting Fees Unit(s) Open
Season   Res. Non-Res.   to Hunting Season Duration Bag Limits      

Archery Only   $5.00 $25.00 Units F, K July 1st to December 31, 2006 One goat and one pig per
Season weekends & State Holidays archer per hunting day

Unit G Year-round; Daily No limit; goat and pig

Youth Muzzle-   Free   Free Units A July 1-2, 2006 One (1) goat per hunter
Loader Season

Muzzle-loader   $5.00 $25.00 Units A, B, E August 26-27, 2006 One (1) goat per hunter
Rifle Season and H

Regular $15.00 $30.00 Units A* and H Seven consecutive weekends; Two (2) goats per hunter
Rifle Season July 8th to August 20th , 2006 (Units A* and H)
(Two weekends/hunter)

Units B and E Two (2) goats per hunter
(Units B and E)
______________________________________________________________________________________________
* Unit A will be open to muzzleloaders only during the muzzleloader and regular rifle season.

The Kauai Aquatic Life and Wildlife Advisory Committee met on March 2, 2006 to discuss hunting season changes and recommend the above listed goat hunting seasons. The hunting fee schedules were reviewed by the Hawaii   Hunting Area Advisory Council, and subsequently approved by the Board of Land and Natural resources. Payments via mail must be in the form of a personal check or a money order. No cash will be accepted through the mail. All qualified applicants will be issued permits and all application fees and tag fees are non-refundable.

ARCHERY ONLY SEASON:  Kauai archers must present their 2006-07 Hawaii Hunting License in order to purchase their permits starting June 26, 2006 in the Lihue Division of Forestry and Wildlife office at 3060 Eiwa St., Room 306. Another person may pick up your permit, but must present your license. Neighbor island archers may pick up an     application form now at the DOFAW office on their island and mail it in with the correct fee. Specific instructions are on the application form. Validated archery permits will be mailed to each hunter after payment has been received. Units F and K bow hunters must sign-in and sign-out at either the Waimea Heights or the Kokee Hunter Checking Station. Unit G bow hunters must obtain a Unit G-Archery Pass from the Lihue DOFAW office. Each pass is good for three (3) consecutive days and is free of charge.

SPECIAL YOUTH ONLY MUZZLE-LOADER SEASON:  A special youth only muzzle-loader season in Unit A will be in a trial phase this year.  Access to Kolo and Mana Ridge road through Papaalai (Trail 2) gate will be allowed. Hunters must sign-in either at Kokee or Polihale Hunter Check Station. Youth hunters, as defined in HRS 13-122-2, must be fifteen years of age or younger, and possess a valid State of Hawaii hunting license to participate in this hunt. Youth hunters must be accompanied by a non-hunting adult who must also possess a valid State of Hawaii hunting license.  Permits-tags for the special youth hunt will be free of charge. Hunters may pick-up their permits starting June 26, 2006 at the Lihue DOFAW office at 3060 Eiwa St., Rm 306 Lihue or at the Kokee Hunter Check Station starting at 5:00 am till 12 noon on July 1st and 2nd, 2006. A valid 2006-07 Hawaii Hunting License must be presented when obtaining a permit. Another person may pick up the permit for you, but he/she must present your license to do so.  The bag limit will be one (1) goat of either sex per muzzle-load hunter.

MUZZLE-LOADER SEASON:  Hawaii residents participating in the muzzle-loader only goat season on Kauai will be   assessed a $5.00 fee ($25.00 non-resident hunter) for their permit to hunt with a muzzle-loading rifle in Unit A, B, E and H.  Kauai residents may purchase their permits starting June 26, 2006 at the Lihue DOFAW office at 3060 Eiwa St., Rm 306 Lihue. A valid 2006-07 Hawaii Hunting License must be presented when purchasing a permit. Another person may pick up the permit for you, but he/she must present your license to do so. Neighbor island residents may pick up an application form at the DOFAW office of their island. Neighbor island application forms must be completed and mailed with the appropriate fee to the Kauai DOFAW office before the deadline of Friday August 18, 2006.      Validated muzzle-loader permits will be mailed to off island hunters provided their applications are correctly filled out and the appropriate fees attached.  The bag limit will be one (1) goat of either sex per muzzle-load hunter.

REGULAR RIFLE SEASON: Each Hawaii resident hunter will be charged $15.00 which includes processing the lottery application and rifle tag ($30.00 for non-resident hunter).  As with last year, rifle hunters will be assigned two   weekends this year: One weekend in Hunting Units A and H on the Na Pali Coast and another weekend in Hunting Units B and E of Waimea Canyon. 

The bag limit will be two goats of either sex per hunter in Units A and H (Na Pali Coast) and two (2) goats in Units B and E (Waimea Canyon). Hunters must immediately tag their animal upon taking it. Boning of game will be     permitted, but the un-skinned tail must be left attached to the carcass. 

Hunters will have the option of using a conventional rifle, a muzzleloader rifle, a handgun or archery equipment on their assigned hunting weekend, but may carry only one hunting arm while actually hunting. EXCEPTION: Hunting in Unit A will be opened muzzle-loading rifles only throughout the season. With respect to the use handguns: Please review Title 13, Chapter 123-22 (b) (11) for the limitations on permitted calibers of handguns and handgun       ammunition.  Hunters will also be allowed to take pigs on their assigned hunting weekend and the bag limit will be one pig per hunter per day. Permit-tags are non-transferable between hunters.

Applications for the 2006 Kauai Goat Rifle season are now available at all participating hunting license vendors on Kauai and all Division of Forestry and Wildlife offices. A maximum of eight (8) hunters may apply together as a   hunting group (no exceptions). All hunters who participate must have a valid 2006-2007 Hawaii State hunting license on their person while they are hunting. 

The deadline for submitting applications for the regular rifle hunt is 4:00 p.m., Wednesday, May 31, 2006.  The public drawing to assign hunting dates will be held in the Lihue State Office Building Conference Room at 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, June 7, 2006. 

Due to the large number of telephone calls requesting drawing results, this information will no longer be given over the phone. Hunters are encouraged to attend the public drawing to determine the results, or wait for their validated tags to be mailed to them. The Lihue Division of Forestry and Wildlife Office will post the results after the June 7th public drawing.  Each applicant will be drawn for the hunting season.

Each firearm hunter is required to wear a blaze-orange shirt or vest, sign-in and out at a hunter checking station,  observe legal hunting hours and safety zones and the lawful carriage of firearms during the goat hunting season Hunters are reminded to review Chapter 123 prior to hunting. 

Camping permits are required for over night hunting trips into Waimea Canyon and are available at the Lihue Division of Forestry and Wildlife Office during normal working hours.  Hunters who wish to camp at Polihale Beach or Kokee State Park must obtain their camping permits from the State Parks office on their island.

Additional information may be obtained by stopping by any Division of Forestry and Wildlife Office or calling any of the following telephone numbers:

Kauai 274-3433 Oahu 587-0166 Kamuela 887-6063
Maui 984-8100 Molokai 553-4515 Lanai 565-7916
Hilo 974-4221

Peter T. Young, Chairperson
Department of Land and Natural Resources (SB05522769 5/7/06)


NOTICE OF DISPOSITION OF IMPOUNDED VESSELS

Notice is given that the following vessel: Item No. 0601, “NA ALII KAI II”, Reg# HA 5291 H, a 45’ wood sportfisher, has been impounded by the Department of Land and Natural Resources, Division of Boating and Ocean Recreation, 333 Queen Street, #300, Honolulu, Hawaii, 96813.

Vessel Item No. 0601 shall be disposed of as junk pursuant to Section 200-16, Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS). The person(s) entitled to possession may       repossess and remove same prior to June 7, 2006 upon payment of all harbor use fees and impound related     expenses incurred in connection with the vessel. 

An owner of personal property on or within this     impounded vessel may claim their personal property by making a written request to the Administrator of the     Division of Boating & Ocean Recreation that includes satisfactory proof of ownership. Any personal property valued at less than $1,000.00 on or within this impounded vessel not claimed by June 7, 2006 shall be disposed of as junk. This vessel is under the custody of the     Department of Land and Natural Resources. Trespassing is prohibited.

Peter T. Young, Chairperson
Department of Land and Natural Resources
(SB03509327 5/7/06)



DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES
PUBLIC NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR INFORMATION

The Department of Human Services (DHS), Benefit, Employment and Support Services Division (BESSD)  requests information and recommendations from the general public, private sector, and community based organizations, as well as religious organizations, in keeping with Sec. 104, Public Law 104-193.
The Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Programs four purposes are: 1) To provide   assistance to needy families; 2) To end dependence of needy parents by promoting job preparation, work and marriage; 3) To prevent and reduce out of wedlock pregnancies; and 4) To encourage the formation and maintenance of two-parent families. The Department is seeking recommendations from the public on the   development of Teen Pregnancy Prevention, Family Strengthening and Positive Youth Development services to further fulfill TANF purposes 3 and 4 as stated above.
An Informational Meeting will be held on May 17, 2006 from 1:30p.m. - 3:00pm at:

Department of Human Services
Benefit, Employment and Support Services Division
Employment and Child Care Program Office
820 Mililani Street, 6th Floor Conference Room 2, 
Honolulu, HI 96813

Information and recommendations may be       submitted in writing to the Department at the address listed above by May 17, 2006.
The Department may engage in further informal   discussions to gather additional information and   recommendations.
The Department reserves the right to incorporate in a solicitation, if issued, for such a contract, any       information and recommendations presented and/or submitted in response to this request for information.  Neither the Department nor any respondent to the   request for information bears any obligation under this request for information.

Lillian B. Koller, Esq.,
(SB05522742 5/7/06) Director


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 March 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 $24.53 per hundredweight in Order No. 06-MK-05 effective May 7, 2006.

Copies of Order No. 06-MK-05 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
(SB03509336 5/6/06) Chairperson, Board of Agriculture


NOTICE

The following Ordinances passed Final Reading at the meeting held by the Council of the City and County of Honolulu on April 12, 2006 and were subsequently     approved by the Mayor: 

Ordinance 06-16 – [Bill 13 (2006), CD1] – A Bill for an Ordinance relating to the waiver of building permit fees.
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Tam. - 8.
NOES: Councilmember Okino. – 1. 
Approved/Effective:  April 28, 2006

Ordinance 06-17 – [Bill 17 (2006)] – A Bill for an     Ordinance relating to a motor vehicle weight tax for buses used as temporary shelters for the homeless. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. - 9.
Approved/Effective:  April 28, 2006

Ordinance 06-18 – [Bill 19 (2006), CD1, FD1] – A Bill for an Ordinance relating to the executive operating budget and program for the fiscal year July 1, 2005 to June 30, 2006.  Executive Operating Budget Ordinance Amendment No. 2. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Garcia, Kobayashi, Okino, Tam. - 7.
NOES: Councilmembers Djou, Marshall. – 2. 
Approved/Effective:  April 28, 2006

Ordinance 06-19 – [Bill 26 (2006)] – 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: April 28, 2006, and shall apply to the tax year beginning July 1, 2007 and the tax years thereafter. 

* * * * * *
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.

(SB05522710 5/6/06) DENISE C. DE COSTA, City Clerk


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

Pursuant to Section 11-91, Hawai‘i Revised Statutes, I, DWAYNE D. YOSHINA, Chief Election Officer of the State of Hawai‘i, together with     DENISE C. DE COSTA, City Clerk, City and County of Honolulu; CONSTANCE R. KIRIU, County Clerk, County of Hawai‘i; ROY T. HIRAGA, County Clerk, County of Maui; and PETER A. NAKAMURA, County Clerk, County of Kaua‘i, do hereby proclaim that a Primary Election will be held on Saturday, September 23, 2006, and that a General Election will be held on Tuesday, November 7, 2006, between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. throughout the State of Hawai‘i for the purpose of nominating and/or electing:

1. one Senator and two Representatives to serve in the Congress of the United States;

2. a Governor and a Lieutenant Governor for the State of Hawai‘i;

3. thirteen Senators and fifty-one Representatives to serve in the Legislature of the State of Hawai‘i;

4. six members to serve on the Board of Education for the State of Hawai‘i;

5. five members to serve on the Board of Trustees of the Office of Hawaiian Affairs;

6. four Councilmembers for the City and County of Honolulu;

7. nine Councilmembers for the County of Hawai‘i;

8. a Mayor and nine Councilmembers for the County of Maui; and

9. a Mayor and seven Councilmembers for the County of Kaua‘i.

We further proclaim that the General Election to be held on Tuesday, November 7, 2006, between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. throughout the State of Hawai‘i shall also be conducted for the purpose of securing the approval or rejection by the electorate of the following:

1. constitutional amendments, if any, to the Hawai‘i State Constitution proposed by the Twenty-Third State Legislature;

2. amendments and/or initiative questions, if any, to the Revised Charter of the City and County of Honolulu and the ordinances of the County;

3. amendments and/or initiative questions, if any, to the County of Hawai‘i Charter and the ordinances of the County;

4. amendments and/or initiative questions, if any, to the County of Maui Charter and the ordinances of the County; and

5. amendments and/or initiative questions, if any, to the County of Kaua‘i Charter and the ordinances of the County.

We further proclaim that the following Special or Nonpartisan Elections shall be held in conjunction with the Primary Election to be held on     Saturday, September 23, 2006, and the General Election to be held on Tuesday, November 7, 2006, between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. throughout the State of Hawai‘i:

1. a nonpartisan First Special Election held concurrently with the Primary Election for the purpose of electing four Councilmembers for the City and County of Honolulu; and a possible nonpartisan Second Special Election held concurrently with the General Election in the event that no candidate in the first nonpartisan election receives a majority of the votes cast in a contest where there is more than one candidate;

2. a nonpartisan First Special Election held concurrently with the Primary Election for the purpose of electing nine Councilmembers for the County of Hawai‘i; and a possible nonpartisan Second Special Election held concurrently with the General Election in the event that no   candidate at the first nonpartisan election receives a majority of the votes cast in a contest where there is more than one candidate;

3. a nonpartisan First Special Election held concurrently with the Primary Election and a nonpartisan second Special Election held concurrently with the General Election for the purpose of electing one Mayor and nine Councilmembers for the County of Maui;

4. a First Nonpartisan Election held concurrently with the Primary Election for the purpose of electing a Mayor and seven Councilmembers for the County of Kaua‘i; and a possible Second Nonpartisan Election held concurrently with the General Election in the event that no candidate receives the number of votes required to be elected at the first nonpartisan election;

5. a Special Election held concurrently with the Primary Election and a Special Election held concurrently with the General Election for the   purpose of electing six members to the Board of Education for the State of Hawai‘i; and

6. a Special Election held concurrently with the General Election for the purpose of electing five members to the Board of Trustees of the Office of Hawaiian Affairs.

All polling places in the State of Hawai‘i are physically accessible or accessible through special administrative voting procedures to all eligible voters with disabilities and elderly voters.

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS

There shall be one senator nominated and elected to the Senate of the United States Congress representing the State of Hawai‘i.

There shall be one representative nominated and elected to the House of Representatives of the United States Congress from each of the     following congressional districts for the State of Hawai‘i:
FIRST CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT
SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT

GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR

A governor and a lieutenant governor shall be nominated and elected for the State of Hawai‘i.

STATE SENATORIAL DISTRICTS

There shall be one senator nominated and elected to the Senate of the State Legislature from each of the following senatorial districts:

SECOND SENATORIAL DISTRICT
FOURTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT
EIGHTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT
NINTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT
TENTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT
ELEVENTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT
THIRTEENTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT
FOURTEENTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT
FIFTEENTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT
NINETEENTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT
TWENTIETH SENATORIAL DISTRICT
TWENTY-FOURTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT
TWENTY-FIFTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT

REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICTS

There shall be one representative nominated and elected to the House of Representatives of the State Legislature from each of the FIFTY-ONE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICTS.

BOARD OF EDUCATION

FIRST SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICT:  There shall be five members of the Board of Education who shall be elected at-large for the First School Board district comprised of all of the island of O‘ahu, and consisting of the seventeenth through the fifty-first representative districts.  At least one member shall be a resident of the Fourth Departmental School District (Central O‘ahu) and one member shall be a resident of the Sixth           Departmental School District (Windward O‘ahu).

SECOND SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICT:  There shall be one member of the Board of Education who shall be elected at-large for the Second School Board district comprising all of the islands of Hawai‘i, Maui, Lana‘i, Moloka‘i, Kaho‘olawe, Kaua‘i, and Ni‘ihau, and consisting of the first through the sixteenth representative districts.  The member shall be a resident of the Second Departmental School district (Maui).

The departmental school districts shall be as follows:

SECOND DEPARTMENTAL SCHOOL DISTRICT (MAUI): the islands of Maui, Moloka‘i (including the county of Kalawao), Lana‘i, and Kaho‘olawe comprised of the 8th through the 13th representative districts.

FOURTH DEPARTMENTAL SCHOOL DISTRICT (CENTRAL O‘AHU): that portion of the island of O‘ahu comprised of the 31st, 33rd, 38th and 39th representative districts and parts of the 30th, 32nd, 34th, 36th, 40th, 41st, 46th and 47th representative districts.

SIXTH DEPARTMENTAL SCHOOL DISTRICT (WINDWARD O‘AHU): that portion of the island of O‘ahu comprised of the 48th through the 51st   representative districts and parts of the 46th and 47th representative districts.

BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE OFFICE OF HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS

There shall be four members of the Board of Trustees of the Office of Hawaiian Affairs who shall be elected at-large.  At least one member shall be a resident of the island of Maui and one shall be a resident of the island of O‘ahu.

MAYORS

MAUI:  A mayor shall be nominated and elected for the County of Maui.

KAUA‘I:  A mayor shall be nominated and elected for the County of Kaua‘i.

CITY AND/OR COUNTY COUNCILS

HONOLULU: There shall be four members nominated and elected to the City Council.  At least one shall be a resident of the Second district, one a resident of the Fourth district, one a resident of the Sixth district, one a resident of the Eighth district.

HAWAI‘I: There shall be nine members nominated and elected to the County Council from each of Nine Council Districts.

MAUI: There shall be nine members nominated and elected at-large to the County Council.  At least one shall be a resident of the   district of East Maui, one a resident of the district of West Maui, one a resident of the district of Wailuku-Waihe‘e-Waikapu, one a resident of the district of Kahului, one a resident of the district of South Maui, one a resident of the district of Makawao-Ha‘iku-Pa‘ia, one a resident of the district of Upcountry, one a resident of the island of Lana‘i, and one a resident of the island of Moloka‘i (except that portion defined as the County of Kalawao).

KAUA‘I: There shall be seven members nominated and elected at-large to the County Council.

TERMS OF OFFICE

The terms for which candidates are to be nominated and/or elected are as follows:

UNITED STATES SENATOR
Six years (noon, January 3, 2007 to noon January 3, 2013)

REPRESENTATIVES TO CONGRESS
Two years (noon, January 3, 2007 to noon, January 3, 2009)

GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
Four years (December 4, 2006 to December 6, 2010)

STATE SENATORS (Districts 2, 4, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 19, 20, 24, 25)
Four years (November 7, 2006 to November 2, 2010)

STATE REPRESENTATIVES
Two years (November 7, 2006 to November 4, 2008)

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION
Four years (November 7, 2006 to November 2, 2010)

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE OFFICE OF HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS
Four years (November 7, 2006 to November 2, 2010)

MAYOR, COUNTY OF MAUI
Four years (noon, January 2, 2007 to noon, January 2, 2011)

MAYOR, COUNTY OF KAUA‘I:
Four years (noon, December 1, 2006 to noon, December 1, 2010)

COUNCILMEMBERS, CITY & COUNTY OF HONOLULU (Districts 2, 4, 6, 8)
Four years (noon, January 2, 2007 to noon, January 2, 2011)

COUNCILMEMBERS, COUNTY OF HAWAI‘I
Two years (noon, December 4, 2006 to noon, December 1, 2008)

COUNCILMEMBERS, COUNTY OF MAUI
Two years (noon, January 2, 2007 to noon, January 2, 2009)

COUNCILMEMBERS, COUNTY OF KAUA‘I
Two years (noon, December 1, 2006 to noon, December 1, 2008)

On the days and at the hours and places aforementioned, we call upon all the qualified and registered electors of the State of Hawai‘i to meet at their respective polling places for the purpose hereinabove given.

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

DONE at the Office of Elections, in Pearl City, State of Hawai‘i, this 1st day of May, 2006.

DWAYNE D. YOSHINA, CHIEF ELECTION OFFICER, State of Hawai‘i,

DENISE C. DE COSTA, CITY CLERK,
City and County of Honolulu,

CONSTANCE R. KIRIU, COUNTY CLERK,
County of Hawai‘i,

ROY T. HIRAGA, COUNTY CLERK,
County of Maui, and

PETER A. NAKAMURA, COUNTY CLERK,
County of Kaua‘i.

ALL BY: DWAYNE D. YOSHINA
Chief Election Officer, State of Hawai‘i

2006 POLLING PLACES

CONGR SEN COUNCIL SCHOOL
DIST PREC POLLING PLACES ADDRESS FACILITY   DIST DIST   DIST   BD DIST

1st Representative District - Island of Hawaii – North Kohala District (Hawi, Halaula); Portion of South Kohala District (portion of Kawaihae, portion of Waimea); Hamakua District (Kukuihaele, Honokaa, Paauilo, Ookala); North Hilo District (Laupahoehoe, Honohina); and Portion of South Hilo District (Hakalau, Honomu, Pepeekeo, Onomea, Papaikou, Paukaa, portion of Hilo)

01 01 Ikuo Hisaoka Gym 54-3853 Akoni Pule Hwy Gym   II 03   9   2
01 02 Kohala Inter Sch 53-4155 Akoni Pule Hwy Caf   II 03   9   2
01 03 Waipio Valley Artworks 48-5416 Kukuihaele Road Office   II 01   1   2
01 04 Honokaa High Sch 45-527 Pakalana St Caf   II 01   1   2
01 05 Paauilo Elem Sch 43-1497 Old Main Rd Caf   II 01   1   2
01 06 Ookala Carpenter Shop Ookala Office   II 01   1   2
01 07 Laupahoehoe Comm-Sch Library 35-2065 Mamalahoa Hwy Mtg Rm   II 01   1   2
01 08 Honohina Hongwanji 32-896 Mamalahoa Hwy Soc Hall   II 01   1   2
01 09 * Hakalau Jodo Mission 29-2271 Old Mamalahoa Hwy Hall   II 01   1   2
01 10 Honomu Gym 28-1641 Old Mamalahoa Hwy Gym   II 01   1   2
01 11 Kulaimano Community Ctr 28-2892 Alia St Hall   II 01   1   2
01 12 Kalanianaole Elem/Inter Sch 27-330 Mamalahoa Hwy Caf   II 01   1   2
01 13 Puueo Multi-Culture Ctr 145 Wainaku St Hall   II 01   1   2
01 14 Hilo Union Elem Sch 506 Waianuenue Ave Caf   II 01   2   2
01 15 * Manuel Residence 61-4159 Kalo’olo’o Dr Garage   II 03   9   2

2nd Representative District - Island of Hawaii – Portion of South Hilo District (Piihonua, portion of Hilo, portion of Waiakea Kai, Kaumana,      Keaukaha)

02 01 Ernest B DeSilva Elem Sch 278 Ainako Ave Caf   II 01   2   2
02 02 Hilo Inter Sch 587 Waianuenue Ave Caf   II 01   2   2
02 03 Hilo Hi Sch 556 Waianuenue Ave Caf   II 01   2   2
02 04 St Joseph High Sch 439 Kapiolani St Gym   II 01   4   2
02 05 Edith Kanakaole Tennis Stad 350 Kalanikoa St Stad   II 01   4   2
02 06 Keaukaha Elem Sch 240 Desha Ave Caf   II 01   4   2
02 07 UH-Hilo Campus Ctr 250 W Kawili St Camp Ctr   II 01   4   2
02 08 Chiefess Kapiolani Elem Sch 966 Kilauea Ave Caf   II 01   2   2
02 09 Kaumana Elem Sch 1710 Kaumana Dr Caf   II 01   2   2

3rd Representative District - Island of Hawaii – Portion of South Hilo District (portion of Hilo, portion of Waiakea Kai, Waiakea Uka, Panaewa); and Portion of Puna District (portion of Keaau, Kurtistown)

03 01 Waiakea Uka Gym 1200 Ainaola Dr Gym   II 02   3   2
03 02 Hale Aloha Nazarene Sch 595 Kupulau Rd Rm   II 02   2   2
03 03 Hilo Daijingu Activity Center 10 Anela St Hall   II 01   2   2
03 04 Waiakea High Sch 155 W Kawili St Caf   II 02   3   2
03 05 Waiakea Inter Sch 200 W Puainako St Caf   II 01   4   2
03 06 Waiakea Elem Sch 180 W Puainako St Caf   II 01   4   2
03 07 Waiakeawaena Elem Sch 2420 Kilauea Ave Caf   II 02   4   2
03 08 AJA Memorial Hall 361 Haihai St Hall   II 02   3   2
03 09 Keaau Middle Sch 16-565 Keaau-Pahoa Rd Caf   II 02   3   2

4th Representative District - Island of Hawaii – Portion of Puna District (portion of Keaau, Pahoa, Hawaiian Acres, Orchid Land Estate, Hawaiian Paradise Park, Pohoiki, Opihikao, Kehena, Kaimu, Kalapana)

04 01 Kurtistown Intl Dream Center 17-550 Volcano Rd Church   II 02   6   2
    Assembly of God
04 02 Keaau High Sch 16-725 Keaau-Pahoa Rd SBG Mtg Rm   II 02   3   2
04 03 Hawaiian Paradise Comm Ctr Makuu Dr Comm Ctr   II 02   5   2
04 04 Keonepoko Elem Sch 15-890 Kahakai Blvd Caf   II 02   5   2
04 05 Pahoa Community Ctr 15-2910 Kauhale St Comm Ctr   II 02   5   2
04 06 Pahoa High Sch 15-3038 Puna Rd Caf   II 02   5   2
04 07 * Kalani Honua 12-6860 Kalapana-Kapoho Rd Ohana Ctr   II 02   5   2
04 08 Ainaloa Longhouse 16-303 Ainaloa Blvd Longhouse   II 02   5   2
04 09 Church on a Sure Foundation 16-1592 Pohaku Cir Mtg Rm   II 02   5   2

5th Representative District - Island of Hawaii – Portion of Puna District (Mountain View, Glenwood, Volcano); Kau District (Pahala, Punaluu, Ocean View, Ninole, Honuapo, Naalehu, Kahuku); South Kona District (Milolii, Hookena, Kealia, Honaunau, Captain Cook, Kealakekua); and Portion of North Kona District (portion of Kainaliu)

05 01 Mountain View Elem Sch 18-1235 Volcano Rd Caf   II 02   3   2
05 02 Mountain View Community Gym 18-1345 Volcano Rd Gym   II 02   6   2
05 03 Cooper Ctr 19-4030 Wright Rd Comm Ctr   II 02   6   2
05 04 Kau High Sch 96-3150 Pikake St Caf   II 02   6   2
05 05 Naalehu Elem Sch 95-5545 Mamalahoa Hwy Caf   II 02   6   2
05 06 Ocean View Community Ctr 92-8924 Leilani Cir Comm Ctr   II 02   6   2
05 07 Milolii Halau Milolii Pavilion   II 03   6   2
05 08 Hookena Elem Sch 86-4355 Mamalahoa Hwy Caf   II 03   6   2
05 09 St Benedict Catholic Church 84-5140 Painted Church Rd Lanai   II 03   6   2
05 10 Honaunau Elem Sch 83-5360 Mamalahoa Hwy Caf   II 03   7   2
05 11 Konawaena High Sch 81-1043 Konawaena Sch Rd Caf   II 03   7   2
05 12 Konawaena Elem Sch 81-6469 Mamalahoa Hwy Caf   II 03   7   2

6th Representative District - Island of Hawaii – Portion of North Kona District (portion of Kainaliu, Keauhou, Kahaluu, Holualua, Kailua-Kona,    Honokohau)

06 01 Keauhou Fire Station 78-7159 Puuloa Rd Bay   II 03   7   2
06 02 Kahakai Elem Sch 76-147 Royal Poinciana Dr Caf   II 03   7   2
06 03 Kona Vistas Rec Ctr 76-6350 Pualani St Rec Ctr   II 03   7   2
06 04 Kona Imin Ctr 76-5877 Mamalahoa Hwy Comm Ctr   II 03   7   2
06 05 Old Kona Airport Pavilion 75-5480 Kuakini Hwy Pavilion   II 03   8   2
06 06 Kealakehe Elem Sch 74-5118 Kealakaa St Caf   II 03   8   2
06 07 Kona United Methodist Church 74-4960 Palani Rd Church   II 03   8   2
06 08 Kealakehe Inter Sch 74-5062 Onipaa St Caf   II 03   8   2
06 09 Kailua View Estates Recreation Ctr 75-280 Nani Kailua Dr Pavilion   II 03   8   2

7th Representative District - Island of Hawaii – Portion of North Kona District (Makalawena, Kaupulehu, Puuanahulu) and Portion of South Kohala District (Anaehoomalu, Waikoloa, Puako, portion of Kawaihae, portion of Waimea)

07 01 Kealakehe High Sch 74-5000 Puohulihuli St Caf   II 03   8   2
07 02 Kona Palisades Community Ctr 73-1073 Ka Imi Nani Dr. Comm Ctr   II 03   8   2
07 03 Waikoloa Elem Sch 68-1730 Hooko St Caf   II 03   9   2
07 04 Spencer Park Pavilion 62-3461 Kawaihae Rd Pavilion   II 03   9   2
07 05 Waimea Elem/Inter Sch 67-1225 Mamalahoa Hwy Caf   II 01   9   2
07 06 Kuhio Hale 64-756 Mamalahoa Hwy Mtg Rm   II 01   9   2
07 07 Mealani Research Station 64-289 Mamalahoa Hwy Room   II 01   1   2
07 08 Puuanahulu Community Ctr 71-1490 Mamalahoa Hwy Room   II 03   8   2

8th Representative District - Island of Maui – Portion of Wailuku District (Kahakuloa, Waihee, Waiehu, Paukukalo, Puuohala, Waikapu, portion of   Kahului, portion of Wailuku)

08 01 Waihee Elem Sch 2125 Kahekili Hwy Caf   II 04   A/L   2
08 02 Velma McWayne Santos Comm Ctr 395 Waena St Comm Ctr   II 04   A/L   2
08 03 Baldwin High Sch 1650 Kaahumanu Ave Caf   II 04   A/L   2
08 04 Paukukalo Hwn Homes Comm Ctr 657 Kaumualii St. Comm Ctr   II 04   A/L   2
08 05 Wailuku Elem Sch 355 S High St Caf   II 04   A/L   2
08 06 Waikapu Community Ctr 22 E Waiko Rd Comm Ctr   II 04   A/L   2
08 07 Maui Economic Opportunity Ctr 99 Mahalani St Mtg Rm   II 04   A/L   2

9th Representative District - Island of Maui – Portion of Wailuku District (portion of Kahului, portion of Wailuku, Puunene); and Portion of Makawao District (Spreckelsville, Paia, Lower Paia)

09 01 Iao Sch 1910 Kaohu St Caf   II 04   A/L   2
09 02 Maui Waena Inter Sch 795 Onehee Ave Caf   II 04   A/L   2
09 03 Lihikai Elem Sch 335 S Papa Ave Caf   II 04   A/L   2
09 04 Maui High School 660 S Lono Ave Gym   II 04   A/L   2
09 05 Kahului Elem Sch 410 S Hina Ave Caf   II 04   A/L   2
09 06 Kahului Hongwanji Mission 291 S Puunene Ave Clssrm   II 04   A/L   2
09 07 Kaunoa Senior Citizen Ctr 401 Alakapa Pl Mtg Rm   II 04   A/L   2

10th Representative District - Island of Maui – Lahaina District (Olowalu, Lahaina, Mala, Kaanapali, Honokowai, Kapalua, Honolua, Honokohau, Maalaea, portion of Kihei)

10 01 Kenolio Recreational Complex 131 S Kihei Rd Caf   II 05   A/L   2
10 02 Kamehameha III Elem Sch 611 Front St Caf   II 05   A/L   2
10 03 Lahaina Inter Sch 871 Lahainaluna Rd Caf   II 05   A/L   2
10 04 Princess Nahienaena Elem Sch 816 Niheu St Caf   II 05   A/L   2
10 05 Lahaina Civic Ctr 1840 Honoapiilani Hwy Mtg Rm   II 05   A/L   2
10 06 Honolua United Methodist Church 5110 Kohi St Mtg Rm   II 05   A/L   2

11th Representative District - Island of Maui – Portion of Makawao District (Keoneoio, Makena, Wailea, Maui Meadows, and Portion of Wailuku   District (Kamaole, portion of Kihei)

11 01 Keawalai Congregational Ch 190 Makena Rd Mtg Rm   II 05   A/L   2
11 02 Kamalii Elem Sch 180 Alanui Ke Alii St Caf   II 05   A/L   2
11 03 Kihei Community Ctr 303 E Lipoa St Comm Ctr   II 05   A/L   2
11 04 Kihei Elem Sch 250 E Lipoa St Caf   II 05   A/L   2
11 05 Trinity Episcopal Church by the Sea 100 Kulanihakoi St Hall   II 05   A/L   2

12th Representative District - Island of Maui – Portion of Makawao District (Pukalani, Makawao, Olinda, Pulehu, Kula, Waiohuli, Keokea,          Ulupalakua)

12 01 Kalama Inter Sch 120 Makani Rd Caf   II 06   A/L   2
12 02 Eddie Tam Memorial Center 931 Makawao Ave Hall   II 06   A/L   2
12 03 Pukalani Elem Sch 2945 Iolani St Caf   II 06   A/L   2
12 04 Mayor Hannibal Tavares Comm Ctr 91 Pukalani St Hall   II 06   A/L   2
12 05 Kula Community Ctr 4355 Lower Kula Rd Comm Ctr   II 06   A/L   2
12 06 Kula Elem Sch 5000 Kula Hwy Caf   II 06   A/L   2
12 07 Ulupalakua Ranch Ulupalakua Workshop   II 06   A/L   2

13th Representative District - Islands of Kahoolawe, Molokini, Lanai, Molokai and Island of Maui – Portion of Makawao District (Haiku, Pauwela, Ulumalu, Huelo) and Hana District (Keanae, Wailua, Nahiku, Hana, Hokuula, Hamoa, Puuiki, Haou, Muolea, Kipahulu, Kaupo)

13 01 Paia Community Ctr 252 Hana Hwy Comm Ctr   II 06   A/L   2
13 02 Haiku Elem Sch 105 Pauwela Rd Caf   II 06   A/L   2
13 03 Haiku Community Ctr 1008 Hana Hwy Comm Ctr   II 06   A/L   2
13 04 Kaulanapueo Church Door of Faith Church Rd Hall   II 06   A/L   2
13 05 Keanae Elem Sch Hana Hwy Caf   II 06   A/L   2
13 06 Hana High/Elem Sch 4111 Hana Hwy Caf   II 06   A/L   2

13th Representative District - Island of Lanai

13 07 Lanai High/Elem Sch 555 Fraser Ave Caf   II 06   A/L   2

13th Representative District - Island of Molokai

13 08 Kilohana Community Ctr Kamehameha V Hwy Comm Ctr   II 06   A/L   2
13 09 Kaunakakai Sch 30 Ailoa St Caf   II 06   A/L   2
13 10 Maunaloa Elem Sch 128 Maunaloa Rd Caf   II 06   A/L   2
13 11 Kualapuu Community Ctr Alahula St Comm Ctr   II 06   A/L   2
13 12 Kalaupapa Settlement County of Kalawao Hall   II 06   None   2

14th Representative District - Island of Kauai – Hanalei District (Haena, Hanalei, Princeville, Kilauea) and Portion of Kawaihau District (Anahola, Kealia, Kapaa, Waipouli) and Portion of Lihue District (Wailua House Lots)

14 01 Hanalei Elementary School 5-5415 Kuhio Hwy Caf   II 07   A/L   2
14 02 Kilauea Neighborhood Ctr 2460 Keneke St Mtg Rm   II 07   A/L   2
14 03 Anahola Hawaiian Homes Clubhse Kalalea Rd Hall   II 07   A/L   2
14 04 Kapaa Elem Sch 4886 Kawaihau Rd Caf   II 07   A/L   2
14 05 St Catherine School 5021 Kawaihau Rd Parish Hall   II 07   A/L   2
14 06 Kapaa Neighborhood Ctr 4491 Kou St Mtg Rm   II 07   A/L   2

15th Representative District - Island of Kauai – Portion of Lihue District (Wailua Homesteads, Hanamaulu, Lihue, Puhi) and Portion of Koloa District (portion of Old Koloa Town)

15 01 Kapaa Middle School 4867 Olohena Rd Caf   II 07   A/L   2
15 02 King Kaumualii Elem Sch 4380 Hanamaulu Rd Caf   II 07   A/L   2
15 03 Kauai War Mem Conv Hall 4191 Hardy St Mtg Rm   II 07   A/L   2
15 04 Kauai High Sch 3577 Lala Rd Caf   II 07   A/L   2
15 05 Chiefess Kamakahelei Middle Sch 4431 Nuhou St Caf   II 07   A/L   2
15 06 Koloa Neighborhood Ctr 3461 Weliweli Rd Mtg Rm   II 07   A/L   2

16th Representative District - Island of Kauai – Portion of Koloa District (portion of Old Koloa Town, Poipu, Omao, Lawai, Kalaheo, Numila, Eleele, Port Allen) and Waimea District (Hanapepe, Kaumakani, Pakala, Waimea, Kekaha, Mana, Kokee)

16 01 Koloa Elem Sch 3223 Poipu Rd Caf   II 07   A/L   2
16 02 Kalaheo Neighborhood Ctr 4480 Papalina Rd Gym   II 07   A/L   2
16 03 Kalaheo Elem Sch (Kato Gym) 4400 Maka Rd Gym   II 07   A/L   2
16 04 Eleele Elem Sch 4855 Melemele Rd Caf   II 07   A/L   2
16 05 Hanapepe Recreation Ctr 4451 Puolo Rd Mtg Rm   II 07   A/L   2
16 06 Kaumakani Neighborhood Ctr 2301 Kaumakani Rd Mtg Rm   II 07   A/L   2
16 07 Waimea Neighborhood Ctr 4556 Makeke Rd Mtg Rm   II 07   A/L   2
16 08 Kekaha Neighborhood Ctr 8130 Elepaio Rd Mtg Rm   II 07   A/L   2

16th Representative District - Island of Niihau

16 09 Niihau Elem/High Sch Niihau Sch   II 07   A/L   2

17th Representative District - Island of Oahu – Portion of Honolulu District (Kalama Valley, Queen’s Gate, Hawaii Kai, portion of Hahaione Valley)

17 01 Kaiser High Sch 511 Lunalilo Home Rd Caf     I 25   IV   1
17 02 Koko Head District Park 423 Kaumakani St Arts&Craft Bldg     I 25   IV   1
17 03 Koko Head Elem Sch 189 Lunalilo Home Rd Caf     I 25   IV   1
17 04 Koko Head District Park 423 Kaumakani St Mtg Rm     I 08   IV   1
17 05 Hahaione Elem Sch 595 Pepeekeo St Caf     I 08   IV   1
17 06 Kamiloiki Community Park 7750 Hawaii Kai Dr Rec Ctr     I 08   IV   1
17 07 Kamiloiki Elem Sch 7788 Hawaii Kai Dr Caf     I 08   IV   1

18th Representative District - Island of Oahu – Portion of Honolulu District (Hahaione, portion of Hahaione Valley, Kuliouou, Niu Valley, Hawaii Loa Ridge, Aina Haina, Wailupe, Kahala)

18 01 Hahaione Elem Sch 595 Pepeekeo St Bldg F     I 25   IV   1
18 02 JAIMS 6660 Hawaii Kai Dr Caf     I 08   IV   1
18 03 Holy Trinity Church 5919 Kalanianaole Hwy Gym     I 08   IV   1
18 04 Niu Valley Middle Sch 310 Halemaumau St Caf     I 08   IV   1
18 05 Aina Haina Elem Sch 801 W Hind Dr Caf     I 08   IV   1
18 06 Aina Haina Community Park 827 W Hind Dr Rec Ctr     I 08   IV   1
18 07 Kahala Elem Sch 4559 Kilauea Ave Caf     I 08   IV   1

19th Representative District - Island of Oahu – Portion of Honolulu District (Waialae Iki, Kalani Valley, Waialae Nui, Diamond Head, portion of     Kaimuki)

19 01 Kalani High Sch 4680 Kalanianaole Hwy Caf     I 08   IV   1
19 02 Star of the Sea School 4469 Malia St Caf     I 08   IV   1
19 03 Wilson Elem Sch 4945 Kilauea Ave Caf     I 08   IV   1
19 04 Waialae Elem Sch 1045 19th Ave Caf     I 09   IV   1
19 05 Kilauea Rec Ctr 4109 Kilauea Ave Clssrm     I 08   IV   1
19 06 Liholiho Elem Sch 3430 Maunaloa Ave Caf     I 09   IV   1
19 07 Aliiolani Elem Sch 1240 7th Ave Caf     I 09   V   1

20th Representative District - Island of Oahu – Portion of Honolulu District (St. Louis Heights, Palolo Valley, Maunalani Heights, Wilhelmina Rise, and portion of Kaimuki)

20 01 Anuenue Elem Sch 2530 10th Ave Caf     I 09   V   1
20 02 Palolo Elem Sch 2106 10th Ave Caf     I 09   V   1
20 03 Kaimuki Community Pk 3521 Waialae Ave Gym     I 09   IV   1
20 04 Liliuokalani Elem Sch 3633 Waialae Ave Caf     I 09   IV   1
20 05 Jarrett Middle Sch 1903 Palolo Ave Caf     I 09   V   1
20 06 Hokulani Elem Sch 2940 Kamakini St Caf     I 09   V   1

21st Representative District - Island of Oahu - Portion of Honolulu District (portion of Kaimuki, Kapahulu, portion of Waikiki, portion of McCully)

21 01 Sacred Hearts Academy 3253 Waialae Ave Caf     I 09   V   1
21 02 HI Ctr for Deaf/Blind 3440 Leahi Ave Caf     I 09   V   1
21 03 Paki Community Park 3503 Leahi Ave Room     I 09   V   1
21 04 Waikiki Elem Sch 3710 Leahi Ave Caf     I 09   IV   1
21 05 Jefferson Elem Sch 324 Kapahulu Ave Caf     I 12   IV   1
21 06 Kaimuki High Sch 2705 Kaimuki Ave Caf     I 09   V   1
21 07 Ala Wai Elem Sch 503 Kamoku St Caf     I 10   V   1

22nd Representative District - Island of Oahu – Portion of Honolulu District (portion of Moiliili, portion of McCully, portion of Kaimuki)

22 01 Hokulani Elem Sch 2940 Kamakini St Caf     I 10   V   1
22 02 Kuhio Elem Sch 2759 S King St Caf     I 10   V   1
22 03 Kaimuki High Sch 2705 Kaimuki Ave Caf     I 10   V   1
22 04 Church of the Crossroads 1212 University Ave Mtg Rm     I 10   V   1
22 05 McCully Rec Ctr 831 Pumehana St Rms 1,2&3     I 10   V   1
22 06 Lunalilo Elem Sch 810 Pumehana St Caf     I 11   V   1
22 07 Washington Middle Sch 1633 S King St Caf     I 11   V   1

23rd Representative District - Island of Oahu – Portion of Honolulu District (portion of Waikiki, Ala Moana)

23 01 Waikiki Baptist Church 424 Kuamoo St Mtg Rm     I 12   IV   1
23 02 Waikiki Community Ctr 310 Paoakalani Ave Social Hall     I 12   IV   1
23 03 Ala Wai Community Park 2015 Kapiolani Blvd Lounge     I 12   IV   1
23 04 AAFES Building 919 Ala Moana Blvd Room 103     I 12   VI   1

24th Representative District - Island of Oahu – Portion of Honolulu District (Manoa, Manoa Valley, University, portion of McCully)

24 01 St Pius X Church 2821 Lowrey Ave Hall     I 10   V   1
24 02 Noelani Elem Sch 2655 Woodlawn Dr Caf     I 10   V   1
24 03 University High Sch 1776 University Ave Caf     I 10   V   1
24 04 Central Union Church 1660 S Beretania St Hall     I 10   V   1
24 05 Manoa Valley Dist Pk 2721 Kaaipu Ave Gym     I 10   V   1
24 06 Manoa Elem Sch 3155 Manoa Rd Caf     I 10   V   1

25th Representative District - Island of Oahu – Portion of Honolulu District (Tantalus, portion of Makiki, portion of McCully)

25 01 Roosevelt High Sch 1120 Nehoa St Gym     I 11   VI   1
25 02 Christ United Methodist Church 1639 Keeaumoku St Mtg Rm     I 11   VI   1
25 03 St Clement’s Episcopal Church 1515 Wilder Ave Hall     I 10   VI   1
25 04 Olivet Baptist Church 1775 S. Beretania St Hall     I 10   V   1
25 05 Makiki District Park 1527 Keeaumoku St Aud     I 11   V   1
25 06 Makiki District Park 1527 Keeaumoku St Arts&Craft Bldg     I 11   V   1
25 07 Stevenson Middle Sch 1202 Prospect St Caf     I 11   VI   1
25 08 Lincoln Elem Sch 615 Auwaiolimu St Caf     I 11   VI   1

26th Representative District - Island of Oahu – Portion of Honolulu District (Dowsett Highlands, Pacific Heights, Pauoa, Punchbowl, portion of     Makiki)

26 01 Pauoa Elem Sch 2301 Pauoa Rd Caf     I 13   VI   1
26 02 Papakolea Playground 2150 Tantalus Dr Rec Ctr     I 11   VI   1
26 03 Stevenson Middle Sch 1202 Prospect St Caf     I 11   VI   1
26 04 Punchbowl Homes HHA 730 Capt Cook Ave Mtg Rm     I 11   VI   1
26 05 Royal Elem Sch 1519 Queen Emma St Caf     I 11   VI   1
26 06 Kawananakoa Middle Sch 49 Funchal St Caf     I 13   VI   1
26 07 Nuuanu Elem Sch 3055 Puiwa Ln Caf     I 13   VI   1

27th Representative District - Island of Oahu – Portion of Honolulu District (Nuuanu, Puunui, Liliha)

27 01 International Baptist Church 20 Dowsett Ave Hall     I 13   VI   1
27 02 Puunui Playground 2555 Puunui Ave Rec Ctr     I 13   VI   1
27 03 Maemae Elem Sch 319 Wyllie St Caf     I 13   VI   1
27 04 HoOpono Rehab Ctr 1901 Bachelot St Dng Rm     I 13   VI   1
27 05 Kauluwela Elem Sch 1486 Aala St Caf     I 13   VI   1
27 06 Lanakila Elem Sch 717 N Kuakini St Caf     I 13   VI   1
27 07 Likelike Elem Sch 1618 Palama St Caf     I 13 VII   1
27 08 Kapalama Elem Sch 1601 N School St Caf     I 13   VI   1

28th Representative District - Island of Oahu – Portion of Honolulu District (Kakaako, Iwilei, Honolulu)

28 01 Kaahumanu Elem Sch 1141 Kinau St Caf     I 11   V   1
28 02 McKinley Comm Sch for Adults 634 Pensacola St Rm 110     I 11   VI   1
28 03 McKinley High Sch 1039 S King St Caf     I 12   VI   1
28 04 Central Middle Sch 1302 Queen Emma St Star Rm     I 12   VI   1
28 05 Central Middle Sch 1302 Queen Emma St Caf     I 12   VI   1
28 06 Kalanihuia HHA 1220 Aala St Mtg Rm     I 12 VII   1
28 07 Kaiulani Elem Sch 783 N King St Caf     I 12 VII   1

29th Representative District - Islands of Sand Island, Mokaea, Kahakaaulana, Mokuoeo and Island of Oahu – Portion of Honolulu District (Kalihi Kai, Kapalama)

29 01 Fern Elem Sch 1121 Middle St Caf     I 14 VII   1
29 02 Kalihi Waena Elem Sch 1240 Gulick Ave Caf     I 14 VII   1
29 03 Farrington High Sch 1564 N King St Caf     I 13 VII   1
29 04 Puuhale Elem Sch 345 Puuhale Rd Caf     I 13 VII   1
29 05 Kalakaua Middle Sch 821 Kalihi St Caf     I 13 VII   1

30th Representative District - Island of Oahu – Portion of Honolulu District (Alewa Heights, Kalihi Valley, portion of Kalihi, Fort Shafter)

30 01 Kalihi Elem Sch 2471 Kula Kolea Dr Caf     I 14   VI   1
30 02 Kalihi Uka Elem Sch 2411 Kalihi St Caf     I 14   VI   1
30 03 Kapalama Elem Sch 1601 N School St Caf     I 14   VI   1
30 04 Kalihi Uka Community Park 2329 Kalihi St Mltprs Rm     I 14   VI   1
30 05 Kalihi Valley District Park Kamehameha IV Rd Mtg Rm     I 14 VII   1
30 06 Kaewai Elem Sch 1929 Kamehameha IV Rd Caf     I 14 VII   1
30 07 Moanalua Elem Sch 1337 Mahiole St Caf     I 14 VIII   1

31st Representative District - Island of Oahu – Portion of Honolulu District (Moanalua Valley, Moanalua, Salt Lake)

31 01 Moanalua Middle Sch 1289 Mahiole St Caf     I 14 VIII   1
31 02 Moanalua High Sch 2825 Ala Ilima St Caf     I 15 VII   1
31 03 Aliamanu Elem Sch 3265 Salt Lake Blvd Caf     I 15 VII   1
31 04 Salt Lake Dist Park 1159 Ala Lilikoi Pl Mtg Rm     I 15 VII   1
31 05 Salt Lake Elem Sch 1131 Ala Lilikoi St Caf     I 15 VII   1

32nd Representative District - Island of Ford Island and Island of Oahu – Portion of Honolulu District (portion of Kalihi, Mapunapuna, Airport,    Hickam AFB, Pearl Harbor, Aliamanu, Foster Village)

32 01 Moanalua Elem Sch 1337 Mahiole St Caf     I 15 VIII   1
32 02 Kalihi Kai Elem Sch 626 McNeill St Caf     I 15 VII   1
32 03 Aliamanu Inter Sch 3271 Salt Lake Blvd Caf     I 15 VII   1
32 04 Makalapa Elem Sch 4435 Salt Lake Blvd Caf     I 15 VII   1
32 05 Radford High School 4361 Salt Lake Blvd Caf     I 15 VII   1
32 06 Makalapa Community Ctr 99-102 Kalaloa St Mtg Rm     I 15 VII   1
32 07 Aiea Elem Sch 99-370 Moanalua Rd Caf     I 15 VIII   1
32 08 Alvah A Scott Elem Sch 98-1230 Moanalua Rd Caf     I 15 VIII   1

33rd Representative District - Island of Oahu – Portion of Ewa District (Aiea, Halawa Valley, Halawa Heights, Aiea Heights)

33 01 Red Hill Elem Sch 1265 Ala Kula Pl Caf     I 14 VIII   1
33 02 Halawa District Park 99-795 Iwaiwa St Mtg Rm     I 14 VIII   1
33 03 Webling Elem Sch 99-370 Paihi St. Caf     I 14 VIII   1
33 04 Aiea High Sch 98-1276 Ulune St Caf     I 16 VIII   1
33 05 Pearlridge Elem Sch 98-940 Moanalua Rd Caf     I 16 VIII   1
33 06 Waimalu Elem Sch 98-825 Moanalua Rd Caf     I 16 VIII   1

34th Representative District - Island of Oahu – Portion of Ewa District (Newtown, Waiau, portion of Pearl City, Waimalu, Pearl City Peninsula)

34 01 Waiau District Park 98-1650 Kaahumanu St Rec Ctr     I 16 VIII   1
34 02 Waiau Elem Sch 98-450 Hookanike St Caf     I 16 VIII   1
34 03 Waimalu Elem Sch 98-825 Moanalua Rd Room D-1     I 16 VIII   1
34 04 Highlands Inter Sch 1460 Hoolaulea St Caf     I 16 VIII   1
34 05 * Manana Community Park 1310 Waimano Home Rd Mltprs Rm     I 16 VIII   1
34 06 Lehua Elem Sch 791 Lehua Ave Caf     I 18 VIII   1
34 07 * Calvary Chapel Christian School 98-1016 Komo Mai Dr Gym     I 16 VIII   1

35th Representative District - Island of Oahu – Portion of Ewa District (portion of Pearl City, portion of Waipahu)

35 01 Crestview Community Park 94-1220 Lumikula St Rec Ctr     I 18 VIII   1
35 02 Waipahu High Sch 94-1211 Farrington Hwy Caf     I 18   IX   1
35 03 Waipahu Civic Ctr 94-275 Mokuola St Mtg Rm     I 18   IX   1
35 04 Waipahu Elem Sch 94-465 Waipahu St Caf     I 18   IX   1
35 05 Waipahu Field 94-230 Paiwa St Rec Bldg     I 18   IX   1
35 06 August Ahrens Elem Sch 94-1170 Waipahu St Caf     I 18   IX   1

36th Representative District - Island of Oahu – Portion of Ewa District (portion of Pearl City, portion of Waipahu, Momilani, Pacific Palisades,    Manana)

36 01 Momilani Elem Sch 2130 Hookiekie St Caf     I 16 VIII   1
36 02 Pearl City Highlands Elem Sch 1419 Waimano Home Rd Caf     I 16 VIII   1
36 03 Pearl City Elem Sch 1090 Waimano Home Rd Caf     I 18 VIII   1
36 04 Leeward Community College 96-045 Ala Ike St Rm LA227     I 18   IX   1
36 05 Manana Elem Sch 1147 Kumano St Caf     I 18 VIII   1
36 06 Palisades Elem Sch 2306 Auhuhu St Caf     I 16 VIII   1
36 07 Palisades Baptist Church 2251 Auhuhu St Hall     I 16 VIII   1

37th Representative District - Island of Oahu – Portion of Ewa District (portion of Waipahu, portion of Mililani)

37 01 Kanoelani Elem Sch 94-1091 Oli Loop Caf     I 17 VIII   1
37 02 Mililani High Sch 95-1200 Meheula Pkwy Gym     I 17   IX   1
37 03 Mililani Uka Elem Sch 94-380 Kuahelani Ave Caf     I 17   IX   1
37 04 Mililani Dist Park 94-200 Lanikuhana Ave Rec Ctr     I 17   IX   1

38th Representative District - Island of Oahu – Portion of Ewa District (portion of Mililani, Mililani Mauka)

38 01 Mililani Mauka Elem Sch 95-1111 Makaikai St Caf     I 22   II   1
38 02 Mililani Middle Sch 95-1140 Lehiwa Dr Caf     I 17   II   1
38 03 Mililani Waena Elem Sch 95-502 Kipapa Dr Caf     I 17   IX   1
38 04 Mililani High Sch 95-1200 Meheula Pkwy Caf     I 17   IX   1
38 05 Kipapa Elem Sch 95-075 Kipapa Dr Caf     I 17   IX   1

39th Representative District - Island of Oahu – Portion of Wahiawa District (Wahiawa, Whitmore Village, Poamoho Camp)

39 01 Helemano Elem Sch 1001 Ihi Ihi Ave Caf   II 22   II   1
39 02 Wahiawa Elem Sch 1402 Glen Ave Caf   II 22   II   1
39 03 Leilehua High Sch 1515 California Ave Caf   II 22   II   1
39 04 Wahiawa Middle Sch 275 Rose St Caf   II 22   II   1
39 05 Pacific Islands Bible Church 95-075 Waikalani Dr Room     I 17   II   1
39 06 Kaala Elem Sch 130 California Ave Caf   II 22   II   1

40th Representative District - Island of Oahu – Portion of Ewa District (Royal Kunia, Makakilo, Kapolei, Kalaeloa)

40 01 Kaleiopuu Elem Sch 94-665 Kaaholo St Library   II 19   IX   1
40 02 Kapolei Elem Sch 91-1119 Kamaaha Lp Caf   II 19   I   1
40 03 Kapolei High School 91-5007 Kapolei Hwy Caf   II 19   I   1
40 04 Makakilo Elem Sch 92-675 Anipeahi St Caf   II 19   IX   1
40 05 Mauka Lani Elem Sch 92-1300 Panana St Caf   II 19   IX   1
40 06 Makakilo Community Pk 92-1120 Makakilo Dr Mtg Rm   II 19   IX   1

41st Representative District - Island of Oahu – Portion of Ewa District (portion of Waipahu, Village Park, Waikele)

41 01 Waikele Elem Sch 94-1035 Kukula St Caf     I 19   IX   1
41 02 Waikele Community Park 94-870 Lumiaina St Rec Ctr     I 19   IX   1
41 03 Honowai Elem Sch 94-600 Honowai St Caf     I 18   IX   1
41 04 Waipahu Elem Sch 94-465 Waipahu St Caf     I 19   IX   1
41 05 Kaleiopuu Elem Sch 94-665 Kaaholo St Caf   II 19   IX   1
41 06 Hoaeae Community Pk 94-709 Kaaholo St Mtg Rm   II 19   IX   1

42nd Representative District - Island of Oahu – Portion of Ewa District (portion of Waipahu, Honouliuli, West Loch Fairways, Fernandez Village, Ewa, portion of Ewa Beach)

42 01 Waipahu Field 94-230 Paiwa St Rec Bldg     I 18   IX   1
42 02 Waipahu Inter Sch 94-455 Farrington Hwy Caf     I 20   IX   1
42 03 Kahi Mohala 91-2301 Ft Weaver Rd Lanai     I 20   I   1
42 04 Ewa Elem Sch 91-1280 Renton Rd Caf     I 20   I   1
42 05 Ilima Inter Sch 91-884 Ft Weaver Rd Caf     I 20   I   1

43rd Representative District - Island of Oahu – Portion of Ewa District (portion of Ewa Beach, Iroquois Point, Puuloa)

43 01 * Asing Park 91-1450 Renton Rd Rec Bldg     I 20   I   1
43 02 Holomua Elem Sch 91-1561 Keaunui Dr Caf     I 20   I   1
43 03 Campbell High Sch 91-980 North Rd Caf     I 20   I   1
43 04 Kaimiloa Elem Sch 91-1028 Kaunolu St Caf     I 20   I   1
43 05 Pohakea Elem Sch 91-750 Ft Weaver Rd Caf     I 20   I   1
43 06 Ewa Beach Elem Sch 91-740 Papipi Rd Caf     I 20   I   1

44th Representative District - Island of Oahu – Portion of Ewa District (Honokai Hale, Nanakai Gardens) and Portion of Waianae District (Nanakuli, Lualualei)

44 01 Kamokila Park 91-015 Farrington Hwy Rec Ctr   II 19   I   1
44 02 Nanakuli Elem Sch 89-778 Haleakala Ave Caf   II 21   I   1
44 03 Nanaikapono Elem Sch 89-153 Mano Ave Caf   II 21   I   1
44 04 Maili Elem Sch 87-360 Kulaaupuni St Caf   II 21   I   1

45th Representative District - Island of Oahu – Portion of Waianae District (Waianae, Makaha, Makua)

45 01 Waianae Elem Sch 85-220 McArthur St Caf   II 21   I   1
45 02 Waianae Inter Sch 85-626 Farrington Hwy Caf   II 21   I   1
45 03 Kamaile Elem Sch 85-180 Ala Akau St Caf   II 21   I   1
45 04 Makaha Elem Sch 84-760 Lahaina St Caf   II 21   I   1

46th Representative District - Island of Oahu – Portion of Waianae District (Kaena Point); Portion of Waialua District (Schofield Barracks, Mokuleia, Waialua, Haleiwa) and Portion of Koolauloa District (Waimea, Pupukea, Sunset Beach, Kahuku)

46 01 Del Monte Gym Kunia Gym   II 22   II   1
46 02 National Guard Armory 77-230 Kamehameha Hwy Gym   II 22   II   1
46 03 Waialua Elem Sch 67-020 Waialua Beach Rd Caf   II 22   II   1
46 04 Haleiwa Elem Sch 66-505 Haleiwa Rd Caf   II 22   II   1
46 05 Sunset Beach Elem Sch 59-360 Kamehameha Hwy Caf   II 22   II   1
46 06 Kahuku High/Inter Sch 56-490 Kamehameha Hwy Caf   II 23   II   1
46 07 Laie Elem Sch 55-109 Kulanui St Caf   II 23   II   1

47th Representative District - Islands of Kihewamoku, Mokuauia, Pulemoku, Kukihoolua, Mokualai, Mokolii and Island of Oahu – Portion of     Koolauloa District (Laie, Hauula, Punaluu, Kahana, Kaaawa) and Portion of Koolaupoko District (Waikane, Kahaluu, Ahuimanu)

47 01 Hauula Elem Sch 54-046 Kamehameha Hwy Caf   II 23   II   1
47 02 Kahaluu Elem Sch 47-280 Waihee Rd Caf   II 23   II   1
47 03 KEY Project 47-200 Waihee Rd Mtg Rm   II 23   II   1
47 04 King Inter Sch 46-155 Kamehameha Hwy Caf   II 23   III   1
47 05 Kaneohe District Pk 45-660 Keaahala Rd Lounge   II 23   II   1
47 06 Ahuimanu Elem Sch 47-470 Hui Aeko Pl Caf   II 23   II   1

48th Representative District - Island of Oahu – Portion of Koolaupoko District (Heeia, Haiku Valley, Kapunahala, portion of Kaneohe)

48 01 Heeia Elem Sch 46-202 Haiku Rd Caf   II 23   III   1
48 02 Kapunahala Elem Sch 45-828 Anoi Rd Caf   II 24   III   1
48 03 Castle High Sch 45-386 Kaneohe Bay Dr Caf   II 24   III   1
48 04 Kaneohe Elem Sch 45-495 Kamehameha Hwy Caf   II 24   III   1
48 05 Windward Community College 45-720 Keaahala Rd Akoakoa Bldg   II 23   III   1

49th Representative District - Island of Moku o Loe and Island of Oahu – Portion of Koolaupoko District (Maunawili, Olomana, Enchanted Lake,  portion of Kaneohe)

49 01 Enchanted Lake Elem Sch 770 Keolu Dr Caf   II 24   III   1
49 02 Kaelepulu Elem Sch 530 Keolu Dr Caf   II 24   III   1
49 03 Maunawili Elem Sch 1465 Ulupii St Caf   II 24   III   1
49 04 Kailua High Sch 451 Ulumanu Dr Caf   II 24   III   1
49 05 Puohala Elem Sch 45-233 Kulauli St Caf   II 24   III   1
49 06 Parker United Methodist Church 45-211 Waikalua Rd Aud   II 24   III   1
49 07 Benjamin Parker Elem Sch 45-259 Waikalua Rd Caf   II 23   III   1

50th Representative District - Island of Moku Manu and Island of Oahu – Portion of Koolaupoko District (Kaneohe Marine Corps Air Base, Kailua)

50 01 St Anthony Church 114 Makawao St Hall   II 25   III   1
50 02 Kailua Field 21 S Kainalu Dr Mltprs Bldg   II 25   III   1
50 03 Kailua Inter Sch 145 S Kainalu Dr Caf   II 24   III   1
50 04 Kailua Elem Sch 315 Kuulei Rd Caf   II 25   III   1
50 05 Kainalu Elem Sch 165 Kaiholu St Caf   II 25   III   1
50 06 Kalaheo High Sch 730 Iliaina St Caf   II 24   III   1
50 07 Aikahi Elem Sch 281 Ilihau St Caf   II 24   III   1

51st Representative District - Island of Kaula, the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands, Islands of Popoia, Manana, Kaohikaipu and Island of Oahu –  Portion of Koolaupoko District (Lanikai, Waimanalo)

51 01 Lanikai Elem Sch 140 Alala Rd Caf   II 25   III   1
51 02 Waimanalo Elem/Inter Sch 41-1330 Kalanianaole Hwy Caf   II 25   III   1
51 03 Pope Elem Sch 41-133 Huli St Caf   II 25   III   1
51 04 Kaelepulu Elem Sch 530 Keolu Dr Caf   II 24   III   1
51 05 Keolu Elem Sch 1416 Keolu Dr Caf   II 25   III   1
51 06 St. John Vianney Parish Sch 920 Keolu Dr Hall   II 25   III   1
51 07 Kailua Field 21 S Kainalu Dr Mtg Rm   II 24   III   1

* Change of polling place site (SB05522645 5/3/06)



N O T I C E

Notice is hereby given that the State Department of Transportation, Highways Division, in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration, will hold a public informational meeting for the proposed Kawaihae Road Bypass, from Waimea to Kawaihae, on island of Hawaii. The meeting will be held in the Mauka Ballroom of the Hapuna Beach Hotel, on May 10, 2006, at 7:00 p.m.

The project, which primarily involves the realigning of Kawaihae Road, extends from the Kawaihae Harbor to       Mamalahoa Highway, distance of approximately 14 miles. Connectors from the proposed highway to the Queen       Kaahumanu Highway and the existing Kawaihae Road are also being considered.

The purpose of this meeting is to inform the public of the State’s planning efforts thus far and to solicit comments and recommendations regarding these studies and the direction of this project.

If you have any concerns or are interested in this project, we urge your attendance. If you require any special         accommodations or assistance (translator, wheelchair and etc.), please contact the State Department of Transportation, Highways Division, Planning Branch at (808) 587-1830, at least five (5) days prior to the meeting.

Comments on this project may also be submitted by e-mail, regular mail or FAX to:

E-mail Address: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Mailing Address: Department of Transportation
Highways Division, Planning Branch
869 Punchbowl Street, Room 301
Honolulu, HI 96813
FAX Number: (808) 587-1787

BRENNON T. MORIOKA
(SB05522611 5/2/06) Deputy Director for Highways


Public Notice
State Health Planning and Development Agency
Certificate of Need

The Agency has received certificate of need         application #06-02A for administrative review from   Marimed Foundation for Island Health Care Training for the establishment of sixteen (16) Special Treatment   Facility (STF) beds, 17-195 Ipuaiwaha Street, Keaau,  Hawaii at a capital cost of $665,000.
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: 1177 Alakea Street, Room 402, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, Phone:  (808) 587-0788 (voice) or (808) 587-0854 (TTY) or (808) 587-0783 (fax).
(SB03509297 5/2/06)


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 MAY 22, 2006).

NEW APPLICATION(S) – MOTOR CARRIERS

DOCKET NO. 06-0071—KAWILI TRUCKING, INC.
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE DUMP TRUCK           CLASSIFICATION, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON MARCH 28, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0077—WPR HAWAII, INC.
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE HOUSEHOLD GOODS   CLASSIFICATION, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON MARCH 31, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0078—HAWAII PATIENT TRANSPORTS LLC
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 1-TO-7 PASSENGER     CLASSIFICATION, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON APRIL 3, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0082—NA KANE TRUCKING, 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 APRIL 6, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0087—KD CONSTRUCTION, INC.
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER PERMIT TO OPERATE AS A CONTRACT CARRIER IN THE DUMP TRUCK AND SPECIFIC COMMODITIES (HEAVY MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT) CLASSIFICATIONS, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON APRIL 10, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0088—ORTEGA, FRANK, DBA ALOHA SUPER TRANS
APPLICATION TO TRANSFER CERTIFICATE NO. 1849-C TO ALOHA WAIKIKI EXPRESS, LLC, IN THE 8-TO-25 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON APRIL 12, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0092—BHL TRUCKING & EQUIPMENT SERVICES, LLC
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE DUMP TRUCK         CLASSIFICATION, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON APRIL 17, 2006.

NEW APPLICATION(S) - UTILITIES

DOCKET NO. 06-0070—YMAX COMMUNICATIONS CORP.
APPLICATION FOR A COA TO PROVIDE FACILITIES-BASED AND RESOLD LOCAL       EXCHANGE SERVICE AND RESOLD INTRASTATE INTEREXCHANGE                   TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES IN HAWAII, FILED ON MARCH 24, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0081—800 RESPONSE INFORMATION SERVICES LLC
APPLICATION FOR A COA TO PROVIDE RESOLD INTRASTATE TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES WITHIN THE STATE OF HAWAII, FILED ON APRIL 3, 2006.

(SB05522608 5/2/06) CARLITO P. CALIBOSO, CHAIRMAN



PUBLIC NOTICE

Application for Water Use Permit
Waipahu-Waiawa Ground Water Management Area, Oahu

The following application for water use permit has been received by the Commission on Water Resource Management and is hereby made public in accordance with Section 13-171, Hawaii Administrative Rules, ”Designation and Regulation of Water Management Areas.”

WUPA No. 767 Robinson No. 1 Well (Well No. 2602-03)

Applicant: Robinson Kunia Land, LLC
1132 Bishop St., Ste. 1930
Honolulu, HI 96813

Landowner: Same

Date Application Filed as Complete:  March 31, 2006
Hydrologic Unit: Aquifer Areas:  Waipahu-Waiawa System, Pearl Harbor Sector, Oahu
Water Source:  Robinson No. 1 Well (Well No. 2602-03) at East Side of Poliwai Gulch, Oahu, Tax Map Key 9-4-04:12
Quantity Requested:  0.100 million gallons per day
New Use:  Food Processing
Place of Water Use:  Waikele Farms, Kunia at Tax Map Key: 9-4-03:1

Written objections or comments on the above application may be filed by any person who has property interest in any land within the hydrologic unit of the source of water supply, any person who will be directly and immediately affected by the proposed water use, or any other interested person. Written objections shall: (1) state property or other interest in the matter (provide TMK information); (2) set forth questions of procedure, fact, law, or policy, to which objections are taken; and (3) state all grounds for       objections to the proposed permit. Written objections must be received by May 22, 2006. Objections must be sent to 1) the Commission on Water Resource Management, P.O. Box 621, Honolulu, Hawaii 96809 and 2) the applicant at the above address.

COMMISSION ON WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
DEAN A. NAKANO, Acting Deputy Director for
PETER T. YOUNG, Chairperson

Dated: April 25, 2006 (SB05522609 5/1, 5/8/06)


NOTICE OF PROPOSED WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PERMIT
FOR THE SANDWICH ISLE COMMUNICATIONS; INC.
KALANIANAOLE HIGHWAY TO WAIMANALO
FIBER OPTIC DUCTLINE PROJECT
NPDES PERMIT NO. HI S000061
06-CW-PW-18
May 1, 2006

The State Department of Health (DOH), tentatively proposes to issue a National   Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit to discharge storm water into State Waters subject to special conditions to:

SANDWICH ISLE COMMUNICATIONS, INC.

The proposed draft NPDES permit will expire at midnight on December 31, 2009.

The purpose of the project is to link Department of Hawaiian Home Lands homestead properties on the island with a modern high speed telecommunications system. The project covered by this permit application includes installation of a fiber optic ductline in a 3.6 mile section of Kalanianaole Highway from Makapuu Lookout to     Nakini Street. The method of installation includes open trench work (0.60 miles) and directional drilling (approximately 3.0 miles). Open trenches will be between 1 to 2 feet wide and 3 to 4 feet deep, and covered using State approved backfill material.    Manholes about 3 feet by 5 feet in size would be installed in intervals along the route.    Directional drilling will be used for route that involve crossing intersection or driveways, work within roadway pavement, and stream or drainage crossings. Construction       activities associated with this project is anticipated to begin in June 2007 and be     completed in December 2007.

The storm water runoff from the project site will discharge to Waimanalo Bay which is classified as a Class AA, Marine Water, from the southerly boundary of Kaiona Beach Park, and including the waters surrounding Manana and Kaohikaipu Islands, to     Makapuu Point and a Class A, Marine Water from the southerly boundary of Kaiona Beach Park up to the vicinity of Nakini Street. Discharges will also occur to         Muuwaiolena Stream which is classified as a Class 2, Inland Water, but it is under tidal influence in the area of the discharge. The objective of Class AA waters is that these waters remain in their natural pristine state as nearly as possible with an absolute   minimum of pollution or alteration of water quality from any human-caused source or actions. To the extent practicable, the wilderness character of these areas shall be   protected.

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.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.
(SB05522603 5/1/06) Director of Health



NOTICE OF PETITION FOR RETENTION
IN JUDICIAL OFFICE

The Judicial Selection Commission, State of Hawaii, announces that the term of The Honorable David W. Lo, Judge, District Court of the First Circuit, State of Hawaii, will expire on August 22, 2006. Judge Lo, 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 Lo should be retained for a new term.

The Judicial Selection Commission invites interested persons to submit written information and comments on whether Judge Lo 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 June 01, 2006.

Melvin Chiba, Chair
Judicial Selection Commission
State of Hawaii / 417 South King Street / Honolulu, HI 96813
(SB05522480 5/1, 5/3, 5/5/06)


NOTICE

The COUNCIL OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU at its meeting held on April 20, 2006, passed the following bills on Second Reading by the following votes:

BILL 27 (2006), CD1 – LEGISLATIVE BUDGET – The     purpose of this bill is to appropriate a total of $13,324,500 for the fiscal year July 1, 2006 to June 30, 2007, Legislative Budget of the City and County of   Honolulu. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Tam. – 8.
EXCUSED: Councilmember Okino.  - 1.

BILL 28 (2006), CD1 – EXECUTIVE OPERATING BUDGET AND PROGRAM – The purpose of this bill is to         appropriate a total of $1,491,508,268 for the fiscal year July 1, 2006 to June 30, 2007, Executive Operating Budget and Program of the City and County of Honolulu. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Tam. – 8.
EXCUSED: Councilmember Okino.  - 1.

BILL 29 (2006), CD1 - EXECUTIVE CAPITAL BUDGET AND PROGRAM – The purpose of this bill is to appropriate a total of $631,735,852 for the fiscal year July 1, 2006 to June 30, 2007, Executive Capital Budget and Program of the City and County of Honolulu. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Tam. – 8.
EXCUSED: Councilmember Okino.  - 1.

BILL 30 (2006) - GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS AND BOND ANTICIPATION NOTES – The purpose of this bill is to authorize 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, Tam. – 8.
EXCUSED: Councilmember Okino.  - 1.

BILL 31 (2006), CD1 – DEPARTMENT OF ENTERPRISE SERVICES – The purpose of this bill is to enhance revenue opportunities for the city by (1) adding provisions to   allow the director of enterprise services to enter into   co-promotion relationships with tenants in order to bring to the Blaisdell Center Arena, Exhibition Hall, Concert Hall or the Waikiki Shell major popular commercial events where the initial cost of presentation creates a   financial risk which would prohibit the tenant from   booking the event without a shared risk arrangement; (2) amending provisions to allow the director of enterprise services to cap the percentage rent in order to bring to the Blaisdell Center Arena major popular commercial events with a minimum of two consecutive performances, and (3) amending provisions pertaining to certain rental conditions for nonprofit tenants who are displaced from a contracted date at the Blaisdell Center Concert Hall to allow the use of the facility by another tenant that will provide an event that offers greater financial benefit to the department; be of large public appeal; and offer an attraction to the community that would not otherwise be presented without the availability of the concert hall. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Tam. – 8.
EXCUSED: Councilmember Okino.  - 1.

BILL 32 (2006), CD1 – ADMISSION FEES FOR THE   HONOLULU ZOO – The purpose of this bill is to increase the non-resident admission fees for the Honolulu Zoo. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Tam. – 8.
EXCUSED: Councilmember Okino.  - 1.

BILL 33 (2006), CD1 – TRANSIT FUND – The purpose of this bill is to create a fund to receive and expend monies for the operating or capital costs of a locally preferred   alternative for a mass transit project described by   Chapter 6, Article 60, Revised Ordinances of Honolulu, and any amendments thereto. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Tam. – 7.
NOES: Councilmember Marshall. - 1.
EXCUSED: Councilmember Okino. - 1.

BILL 34 (2006), CD1 – SPECIAL RESERVE FUND – The purpose of this bill is to amend Chapter 6, Article 56,  Revised Ordinances of Honolulu, 1990 relating to the special reserve fund by: 1) changing the name of the fund, 2) revising certain provisions such as establishing minimum and optimal balances and specifying conditions under which monies from the fund can be used and 3) clarifying its administration. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Tam. – 8.
EXCUSED: Councilmember Okino.  - 1.

* * * * * *
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.

(SB05522572 4/29/06) DENISE C. DE COSTA, City Clerk


LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE OF HARBOR MASTER’S SALE OF VESSEL

Notice is hereby given that the documented vessel F/V SEA EAGLE, Official Number 261846, formerly       FRANCELINA E, her tackle, etc., will be sold at public   auction pursuant to HRS §266-27. The vessel is presently located at Slip B15, Kewalo Basin, Honolulu, Hawaii, United State and will be sold.

AS IS WHERE IS
AND WHERE SHE LIES

On May 27, 2006 at 9:00 a.m. at the Kewalo Basin   Harbor Agent’s office. Interested bidders must be     registered prior to the start of the sale.  Registration will take place thirty (30) minutes prior to sale up to the time of the sale. There may be liens against the vessel and the State does not warrant that the sale is free of all liens and encumbrances. The State will provide a notarized bill of sale to the buyer in satisfaction of all conditions of the sale which are: (1) the minimum bid that will be       accepted is $9,712.50; (2) a deposit of at least ten   percent (10%) of the bid will be paid at the time of the sale with the balance due within three (3) business days; (3) the vessel shall be removed from Honolulu Harbor within twenty-four (24) hours of payment of the balance due.  Failure on the part of the bidder to perform any of the conditions of sale will result in forfeiture of all   moneys paid by the bidder. In the event that no bids are received, the vessel may be sold by negotiation, disposed of as junk, or donated to any governmental agency, in accordance with HRS § 226-27.

Prospective bidders may schedule an inspection of the vessel by contacting the custodian, Marine Surveyors and Consultants, 677 Ala Moana Boulevard, Suite 914,  Honolulu, Hawaii 96813 at (808) 545-1333.
(SB05522559 4/28, 5/5, 5/12/06)



LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE OF HARBOR MASTER’S SALE OF VESSEL

Notice is hereby given that the documented vessel F/V JUDY K, Official Number 606516, formerly GOLDSTAR, her tackle, etc., will be sold at public auction pursuant to HRS §266-27.  The vessel is presently located at Slip 100, Kewalo Basin, Honolulu, Hawaii, United State and will be sold

AS IS WHERE IS
AND WHERE SHE LIES

On May 27, 2006 at 9:00 a.m. at the Kewalo Basin   Harbor Agent’s office. Interested bidders must be     registered prior to the start of the sale. Registration will take place thirty (30) minutes prior to sale up to the time of the sale. There may be liens against the vessel and the State does not warrant that the sale is free of all liens and encumbrances. The State will provide a notarized bill of sale to the buyer in satisfaction of all conditions of the sale which are: (1) the minimum bid that will be       accepted is $54,440.04; (2) a deposit of at least ten percent (10%) of the bid will be paid at the time of the sale with the balance due within three (3) business days; (3) the vessel shall be removed from Honolulu Harbor within twenty-four (24) hours of payment of the balance due.  Failure on the part of the bidder to perform any of the conditions of sale will result in forfeiture of all   moneys paid by the bidder. In the event that no bids are received, the vessel may be sold by negotiation, disposed of as junk, or donated to any governmental agency, in   accordance with HRS § 226-27.

Prospective bidders may schedule an inspection of the vessel by contacting the custodian, Marine Surveyors and Consultants, 677 Ala Moana Boulevard, Suite 914,  Honolulu, Hawaii 96813 at (808) 545-1333.
(SB05522558 4/28, 5/5, 5/12/06)


Public Notice
State Health Planning and Development Agency
Certificate of Need

The Agency has received certificate of need         application #06-12A for administrative review from Hale Makua, 1540 East Main Street, Wailuku, Hawaii, for the conversion of 124 Intermediate Care Facility (ICF) beds to 124 Skilled Nursing Facility/Intermediate Care Facility (SNF/ICF) beds at no capital cost.
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: 1177 Alakea Street, Room 402, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, Phone:  (808) 587-0788 (voice) or (808) 587-0854 (TTY) or (808) 587-0783 (fax).
(SB03509281 4/27/06)


REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL

The State Department of Transportation invites all parties that wish to apply for Federal Traffic Safety Grants in Federal Fiscal Year 2007 to submit a proposal by June 15, 2006, 4:30 p.m. There will be approximately $1 million in Federal funds available for traffic safety projects.

The Department will reserve a certain amount of funds to be distributed as $2,000 mini-grants for Safe Community Coalitions.

Meetings to discuss the Federal and State priorities for proposals and how to apply for these funds are scheduled throughout the State. Safe Community Coalitions, County and State Agencies, and others are encouraged to attend this meeting.

The meetings will be held on:
May 2, 2006
Lihue Civic Center Moikeha Bldg.
Liquor Control Commission Conference Room
1 p.m. to 2 p.m.

May 3, 2006 May 4, 2006
Maui Community College HWYS Hawaii District -Hilo
Laulima Building, Room 225 Training Room
11 a.m. to 12 noon 12 noon to 1:00 p.m.

May 8, 2006 May 9, 2006
Kona International Airport Aliiaimoku Hale (DOT Bldg.)
Training Room 5th Floor Conference Room
11 a.m. to 12 noon 11 a.m. to 12 noon

For more information about the traffic safety grant program, call the Department of Transportation at 808-587-5686. Copies of the RFP are available from the Highway Safety Staff at 869 Punchbowl Street, Room 405, Honolulu, HI 96813. To request special accommodations, please call Margie Kazama, Highway Safety Staff, at 808-587-5686.


NOTICE OF PROPOSED WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PERMIT
FOR SITE IMPROVEMENTS AND FIELD DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS
AT KAHALU‘U REGIONAL PARK
KAHALU‘U, ISLAND OF OAHU, HAWAII

NPDES PERMIT NO. HI S000076

06-CW-PW-17

April 24, 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 Site Improvements and Field Draingage Improvements at Kahalu‘u Regional Park (“Project”) to receiving State waters, subject to special conditions to:

CITY & COUNTY OF HONOLULU
DEPARTMENT OF DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION
650 SOUTH KING STREET, 11TH FLOOR
HONOLULU, HAWAII 96819

The proposed permit will expire on December 1, 2010.

The City & County of Honolulu’s Department of Design & Construction is proposing to construct various improvements in accordance with the Kahalu‘u Regional Park (KRP) Master Plan approved by City Resolution 94-188. Work consists of Site       Improvements at Kahalu‘u Regional Park, and Field Drainage Improvements at Kahalu‘u Regional Park. Site Improvements work consists of site clearing, grading, extension of the KEY Center parking lot, a new asphalt driveway, new concrete walkways, curb ramps, replacement of an existing drain headwall, with a new drain inlet, relocation of an existing subdrain, a new wastewater absorption field, fencing and barriers, irrigation system and landscaping and grassing. Field Drainage Improvements work consists of re-tilling of the existing multi-purpose play field, installation of perforated subdrain pipes, restoration of the existing irrigation system and grassing.

Storm water run-off associated with construction activities from the Project is     permitted to discharge to unnamed and named Wetlands, Class 1, Inland Waters, after implementation of Best Managment Practices, with discharge points to the unnamed wetland at: Latitude 21°27’36” N and Longitude 157°50’28” W; to Wetland ‘A’ at Latitude 21°27’34” N and Longitude 157°50’28” W; and to Wetland ‘E’ at: Latitude 21°27’27” N and Longitude 157°50’27” W.

The discharge point is classified by the DOH as Class 1, Inland Waters. The objective of Class 1 waters is to remain in their natural state as nearly as possible with an     absolute minimum of pollution from any human-caused source.

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 (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.
(SB05522553 4/24/06) Director of Health


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

(Docket No. 06-CA-PA-6)

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) Covered Source Permit (CSP) No. 0079-01-C
Application Renewal No. 0079-03
Chevron Products Company
Hilo Marketing Terminal
Located at:  666 Kalanianaole Avenue, Hilo, Hawaii

(2) Covered Source Permit (CSP) No. 0249-02-C
Application for Significant Modification No. 0249-08
Maui Pineapple Company, Ltd.
500 HP Boiler
Located at: 120 Kane Street, Kahului, Maui

The DRAFT PERMITS are described as follows:

(1) The renewal of CSP No. 0079-01-C will grant conditional approval for operating an existing marketing terminal.  Permitted tanks at the facility are equipped with     internal floating roofs and tank seal systems to control volatile organic compounds (VOCs).  The terminal has a bottom loading load rack with vapor combustion   system for additional VOC control.  The load rack is subject to 40 CFR, Part 60, Subpart XX, Standards of Performance for Bulk Gasoline Terminals. The draft   permit, if approved, will supersede the current operating permit in its entirety.

(2) The significant modification of CSP No. 0249-02-C will grant conditional approval for removing the existing equipment (four [4] diesel engine generators and four [4] boilers) and adding a new boiler.  The Prevention of Significant Deterioration   permit (PSD) will no longer apply to this facility; however, New Source Performance Standard (NSPS), Subpart Dc – Standards of Performance for Industrial-      Commercial-Institutional Steam Generating Units, will apply to the new boiler. The net increase/decrease in emissions is shown below and is below significant levels:

Previous Actual Emissions (tpy)   New
Potential Significant
  2 Yr Emissions Net 1 (+/-)   Increase
Pollutant 2003 2004 Average   (tpy)    (tpy)      (tpy) 

SO2 41.82 31.70 36.76 28.30 -8.46 40
NOx 142.97 76.20 109.59 12.54 -97.05 40
CO 69.48 36.20 52.84 6.31 -46.53 100
PM 26.52 20.00 23.26 13.69 -9.57 25
PM10/PM2.5 22.66 17.12 19.89 11.19 -8.70 15
VOC 7.16 3.70 5.43 0.68 -4.75 40

Note: 1Net is the difference of the new potential minus the previous 2-yr average.
Example Calc:  12.54 tpy - 109.59 tpy = -97.05 tpy NOx

The draft permit, if approved, will supersede the current operating permit in its   entirety.

The ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS, consisting of the APPLICATIONS and non-confidential supporting materials from the applicants, 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 Blvd., Room 203, Honolulu, Oahu 96814

Hawaii (CSP No. 0079-01-C 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

Maui (CSP No. 0249-02-C only):

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

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 May 24, 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 (CSP No. 0079-01-C) or Mr. Corey Shibata (CSP No. 0249-02-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.
(SB05522470 4/24/06) Director of Health


PUBLIC NOTICE
Honolulu Police Department

The Honolulu Police Department (HPD) is scheduled for an on-site assessment by the Commission on       Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA).  The national accreditation program requires agencies to comply with state-of-the-art standards in four areas:  policy and procedures, administration, operations and support services.
As part of the on-site assessment, the public is     invited to phone in comments by calling 479-6307 on Monday, May 1, from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. The public may also attend a public comment session on May 1 at 7:00 p.m. at the HPD’s Command Conference Room at Alapai headquarters, 801 South Beretania Street. Persons wanting to submit written comments may write to:    Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement   Agencies (CALEA), 10302 Eaton Place, Suite 100, Fairfax, Virginia, 22030-2215.
Telephone comments and appearances at the public comment session will be limited to 10 minutes and must address the HPD’s ability to comply with CALEA’s   standards of accreditation.  A copy of the standards is available at Alapai headquarters, 801 South Beretania Street, Monday through Friday from 7:45 to 4:30 p.m.
For more info, call HPD’s Office of Accreditation at 529-3323. (SB05522204 date of publication)


Free Seminars on Fair Housing

Hosted By City and County of Honolulu
Department of Community Services
NBC Maui Room April 27 and May 4, 2006
8:30 to 12:00
Call 527-5312 to Register

Under Hawaii Revised Statutes Chapter 515, it is unlawful for an owner, realtor, resident manager, property manager, or any other person       engaged in the sale of rental of housing to discriminate because of:
€ Race
€ Sex
€ Ancestry/ National Origin
€ Religion
€ Disability
€ HIV Infection
€ Familial Status
€ Age
€ Marital Status
€ Sex Orientation

Examples of housing discrimination are when:

  € You are charged higher rent than tenants of the opposite sex.
  € You are not given pool privileges because you are perceived as being HIV-Positive
  € A landlord refuses to rent to you because you have children
  € A realtor tells you that property is not available for inspection, sale, rental, or lease, but later shows the same property to people of a     different ethnic group.
  € A salesperson discourages you from buying or renting a home in a   certain neighborhood because you are a different race than most of the present residents
  € You have difficulty obtaining financing, because of your ancestry/    national origin, although you have sufficient income and a satisfactory credit rating.

For information, contact:

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Honolulu Field Office
500 Ala Moana Boulevard, Suite 3A
Honolulu, HI 96813
Phone:  522-8182 Ext.269
Website:  http://www.hud.gov

Hawaii Civil Rights Commission
830 Punchbowl Street, Room 411
Honolulu, HI 96813
Phone:  586-8636
TTY:  586-8692
FAX:  586-8655
Website:  http://www.state.hi.us/hcrc

City and County of Honolulu
Department of Community Services
Fair Housing Office
715 South King Street, Room 311
Honolulu, HI 96813
Phone:  527-5312
FAX:  527-5498
Website:  http://www.co.honolulu.hi.us/dcs/fairhousing.htm

Workshop is accessible for all individuals. For more information or to   request an auxiliary aid or service (e.g. sign language interpreter), contact 527-5312 (voice), 527-5498 (fax) or 527-5166 (tty)

Samoan Translation

I totonu o tulafono “Toe Teuteu o le Setete o Hawai’i, i lona Vaega 515; o le soli tulafono le tete’e atu ia oe o’se maota; e se Pule, po’o se Taitai, po’o se Ulu, po’o se tagata fa’atau maota po’o se atufãlega ona o lona failoga tagata.  E pei o mea nei:
€ Augatagata / Lou aganu’u
€ Kenera / Tamatane po’o se tamai’tai
€ Gafa / Tua’a / Fa’alenu’u
€ lau lotu
€ le lanu o lou tino
€ Ona o le le atoatoa o tulaga ole tino, ma le mafaumafau
€ Ona ua afaina oe ise fa’amai ole HIV
€ Ona o tulaga e tau i lou aiga
€ Ona o tausaga o le soifuaga
€ Ona ua fai ava
€ Ona ua e amio fafa- tama/teine

O nisi nei fa’ataitaiga pe’a e tete’e atu, pe fa’atau atu foi lou maota ma atufalega i luga o le fa’ailoga tagata:

  € Ua maualuga le tau o lou maota e totogi, i lo’o le tau a le lua te tua’oi ona o oe ose tamatane a’o lou tua’oi ole tamaitai.
  € Ua fa’asaina oe, ona e taele ile vaitanoa ole maota ona ua a’afia oe ile fa’ama’i ole HIV
  € Ua tete’e atu ia te oe se maota ona ua iai lau fanau
  € Ole faia lea o fa’amatalaga fafau, e aua ai ne’i e ulufale atu
  € le faia lea o fa’amatalaga fa’avaivai loto ia te oe, ina ia e le fa’atauaina le maota i lea vaega a’ai, aua ole lanu o lou tino e ese mai tagata o lo’o nonofo i lea a’ai.
  € Ua faigata ona e maua se fesoasoani tau tupe e fa’atauina ai le maota, ae o lo’o lelei lau galuega, leai se fa’afitauli i tulaga aitalafu i kamupani fai aitalafu.

Mo nisi fa’amatalga fa’aupopo po’o ni fesili e fa’atatau i le Komiti o     Aiãtatau a Tagata Ta’ito’atasi o le Setete fa’afeso’ota’i mai Davey     Niupulusu, Samoan Cultural Advisor of the City and County of Honolulu Department of Community Services at 527-5312

Micronesian Translation

Kim ij bok wot abnono ikijen kokkure kien in jab kalijeklok. Melelein     kalijeklok eo im kwoj abnono kake ear walok ikijen jet ian lajrak kein ilal:

Kwe dri ia Kabnono ik yuk ikijen ia kwoj itok jene, dri ia,
Kora ak emman jikin kabun, im men kio jet
Toma kilo kabun Kinke kwar report e kokkure
Color in kilim kien in lore an CRC im rej (kamijak yuk).
Dria kwe/kwar itok jen ia Im kinke rar ron ke kwoj bok kwonam
Kwoj lale ajiri ilo juon etale case, ien ronjake abnono,
Dri mare kea k jab ak bar jet men ko Civil
Kwoj HIV Rights Commission ej etali.
Am yio Kwar jab maron bok jikin jokwe
ak kabidodo ik am makitkit ke kwoj dri utamwe.

Commission in ejjab bok eddo in jabdrewot kalijeklok ko im rejjab walok jen un kein ilon.

Ejjab bidodo kamol e ke ear wo kalijeklok. Ne ewor abnono ej iten file, ej aikuj wor am information im ej kalikar ta unin am tomak ke kalijeklok ear walok kin juon ak lonlok un kein im lajrak ilo Section I. Ne kim etale case in am, kim aikuj in lukkun kjela ne nana ko rar walok ikijen kwe jen ia,  jekjekim im color in kilim, im men ko jet.

Nan waan jonok, ne kwe dri Philipine im kwar droijlok jen jikin jokwe eo am bwe ear rumij am kolla rent, kim ban maron in kamol ear wor kalijeklok nan ne kim lo ke ro jet rejjab dri Philipine rar bar rumij ilo kolla rent ko air ak rar jab droijlok jen jikin jokwe ko air.  Ilo bar jet kain, einwot kalijeklok kin kabun ak kilo utamwe in enwin, unin kamol eo emaro walok ilo bar juno wawen.

KEMEMEJ: Emo an juon owner ak ro jet im rej jerbal ilo real property transaction, ak real estate, broker ak salesperson ukot jerbal nana nan kwe kin am komon juon abnono im kebak lok Commission in.

Kir Hawaii Civil Rights Commission office ne ewor am kajitok. 586-8636

For access to a Micronesian Cultural Advisor at the City and County of Honolulu, Department of Community Services, call 527-5312.
(SB05522431 4/23, 4/24/06)


STATE OF HAWAII
DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES

TRIAL GOAT HUNTING SEASON TO OPEN IN NUALOLO KAI STATE PARK, KAUAI
Legal Notice DOFAW 06-06

Pursuant to Title 13, Chapter 123 (13-123-4 and 5), the Department of Land and Natural Resources, Division of   Forestry and Wildlife announces the opening of a trial feral goat archery hunt in the Nualolo Kai State Park. The Kauai Aquatic Life and Wildlife Advisory Committee discussed the trial hunting season and recommended the following   season, special rules and conditions to the hunt:

  Game Permitted Hunting Units Open to   Bag Special Conditions and
Mammal     Method       Hunting   Open Hunting Season   Limit       Restrictions    

Feral Goat   Archery Only Nualolo Kai     Daily, May 1 to 2 goats Firearms not permitted
  State Park September 30, 2006

This trial goat archery-hunting season is considered an animal control hunt.  The game resources will be made available to a limited number of hunter on a first come, first serve basis at the Lihue Division of Forestry and Wildlife Office, 3060 Eiwa St, Room 306, Lihue, HI 96766.  Another person may pick up your permit but must present your valid hunting license.  The hunting season will be held daily beginning May 1, 2006 through September 30, 2006.  One group up to four (4) hunters will be allowed to hunt per day.  The daily bag limit will be two (2) goats of either sex per hunter.

Other Conditions and Restrictions:

€ There are three (3) requirements in order to hunt this area. A bow hunter must posses:
1) A valid HAWAII STATE HUNTING LICENCE,
2) Kauai Goat Archery Permit ($5.00/Resident and $25.00/non-Resident)
3) Nualolo Archery Pass, which is free of charge and entitles hunter one-day goat archery hunting.
  € No field dressing, skinning and/or de-boning will be permitted in the Nualolo Kai State Park Area.  Game must be brought out whole in a concealed bag or container
  € Hunters may access with boat and or kayak but, MUST anchor off shore and keep the boat channel open
  € ONLY boat access to the Nualolo Kai State Park will be permitted
  € Firearms are prohibited within the Nualolo Kai State Park. 
  € Overnight camping will not be allowed in the Nualolo Kai State Park
  € Discharging an arrow from or toward an established trail, shelter or archeological sites is prohibited
  € Hunters are not required to sign-in but, must phone-in, mail-in or report in person their results of the hunt within five (5) days of the hunt, to the Lihue Division of Forestry and Wildlife office. Failure to report your harvest will be considered a game law violation.
  € All other Chapter 123 rules (Rules Regulating Game Mammal Hunting) shall apply to the trial hunt including     authorized archery equipment, hunting hours and safety zones.
  € Beginning July 1, 2006 a valid 2006-07 Hawaii State Hunting License and Kauai Goat Archery Permit will be     required.

More information: Call the Division of Forestry and Wildlife at (808) 274-3433

Peter T. Young, Chairperson
Department of Land and Natural Resources (SB05522231 4/21/06)


PUBLIC NOTICE

Applications for Water Use Permit
Koolauloa Ground Water Management Area, Oahu

The following applications for water use permit has been received by the Commission on Water Resource Management and is hereby made public in accordance with Section 13-171, Hawaii Administrative Rules, ”Designation and Regulation of Water Management Areas.”

WUPA No. 746 Prawn Farm Well (Well No. 3856-07)

Applicant: Hawaii Reserves, Inc.
55-510 Kamehameha Highway
Laie, HI 96762

Landowner: Property Reserves, Inc.
55-510 Kamehameha Highway
Laie, HI 96762

Date Application Filed as Complete:  March 28, 2006
Hydrologic Unit: Aquifer Areas:  Koolauloa System, Windward Sector, Oahu
Water Source:  Prawn Farm Well (Well No. 3856-07) at 55-179 Poohaili Street, Oahu, Tax Map Key 5-5-005:023
Quantity Requested:  0.147 million gallons per day.
Existing/New Use:  New Irrigation
Place of Water Use:  Various parcels at Tax Map Key: 5-5-005:001, 023, 025, 021 and 5-5-8 (por.)

WUPA No. 747 Laie Maloo Well (Well No. 3755-04)

Applicant: Hawaii Reserves, Inc.
55-510 Kamehameha Highway
Laie, HI 96762

Landowner: Property Reserves, Inc.
55-510 Kamehameha Highway
Laie, HI 96762

Date Application Filed as Complete:
  March 28, 2006
Hydrologic Unit: Aquifer Areas:  Koolauloa System, Windward Sector, Oahu
Water Source:  Laie Maloo Well (Well No. 3755-04) at Across Kokololio Park, Oahu, Tax Map Key 5-6-006:011
Quantity Requested:  0.025 million gallons per day.
Existing/New Use:  New Irrigation
Place of Water Use:  Various parcels at Tax Map Key: 5-5-006:011 and 5-5-006:001

Written objections or comments on the above application may be filed by any person who has property interest in any land within the hydrologic unit of the source of water supply, any person who will be directly and immediately affected by the proposed water use, or any other interested person. Written objections shall: (1) state property or other interest in the matter (provide TMK information); (2) set forth questions of procedure, fact, law, or policy, to which objections are taken; and (3) state all grounds for       objections to the proposed permit. Written objections must be received by May 12, 2006. Objections must be sent to 1) the Commission on Water Resource Management, P.O. Box 621, Honolulu, Hawaii 96809 and 2) the applicant at the above address.

COMMISSION ON WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
DEAN A. NAKANO, Acting Deputy Director for
PETER T. YOUNG, Chairperson

Dated: April 18, 2006 (SB05522481 4/21, 4/28/06)


Public Notice
State Health Planning and Development Agency
Certificate of Need

The Agency has received certificate of need application:  #05-19A for administrative review from Bio-Medical   Applications of California, Inc.  for the establishment of dialysis services (24 station hemodialysis and two (2) peritoneal) at 750 Palani Avenue, Honolulu, Hawaii, at a capital cost of $3,495,716.

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: 1177 Alakea Street, Room 402, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, Phone:  (808) 587-0788 (voice) or (808) 587-0854 (TTY) or (808) 587-0783 (fax).
(SB05522476 4/20/06)


NOTICE OF INTENT TO REQUEST RELEASE OF FUNDS

On or about APRIL 28, 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 Lalamilo Residence Lots, Phase I, for the purpose of constructing thirty-four affordable single-family houses at Lalamilo, South Kohala,  Hawaii.  The proposed request for release of funds will consist of low-interest house construction loans or down-payment assistance grants for 12 houses, and self-help technical assistance to construct six of those houses – a total of $250,000.

The activities proposed comprise a project for which a finding of no significant   impact on the environment was published on November 5, 2003.  An Environmental Review Record (ERR) that documents the environmental determinations for this project is on file at DHHL Land Development Division at 1099 Alakea Street, Suite 1230, in Honolulu, and at the DHHL West Hawaii District Office at 55 Mile Marker, 64-756   Mamalahoa Highway in Kamuela and may be examined or copied weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  DHHL point of contact is William Makanui (808) 587-6449.

PUBLIC COMMENTS

Any individual, group, or agency may submit written comments on the ERR to the DHHL.  All comments received by APRIL 27, 2006 will be considered by the DHHL prior to submission of a request for release of funds.

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 the DHHL’s certification for a   period of fifteen days following the anticipated submission date or its actual receipt of the request (whichever is later) only if 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 (SB05522411 4/20/06)


NOTICE

The COUNCIL OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU at its meeting held on April 12, 2006, passed the following bills on Second Reading by the following votes:

BILL 23 (2006) – PARKING METER USAGE – The purpose of this bill is to clarify what constitutes a violation related to vehicles that park in parking meter spaces within the limits of public parks. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino. – 7. 
EXCUSED: Councilmembers Cachola, Tam. – 2. 

BILL 35 (2006) – REAL PROPERTY TAX CREDIT – The   purpose of this bill is to allow the city’s one-time tax credit against real property tax liability to be granted to additional property owners who have replaced their   cesspools with septic tank systems on their respective properties. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall. – 6. 
EXCUSED: Councilmembers Cachola, Okino, Tam. – 3. 

BILL 36 (2006), CD1 – LEASE OF CITY PROPERTY FOR TELECOMMUNICATIONS FACILITIES – The purpose of this bill is to clarify the existing ordinance to ensure that the amount charged for the use of telecommunications     facilities is consistent with the council’s intent. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall. – 6. 
EXCUSED: Councilmembers Cachola, Okino, Tam. – 3. 

* * * * * *
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.

(SB05522404 4/20/06) DENISE C. DE COSTA, City Clerk


PUBLIC NOTICE
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) PROGRAM

Pursuant to the City and County of Honolulu’s Citizen Participation Plan for the CDBG program, the following is provided for your information. The amended project eligibility for the following FY06 project is being proposed for implementation.

Project Title and Description: Community Based Economic Development
Provision of funds for DCS – Office of Special Projects to administer, implement and monitor CDBG-eligible community-based economic development projects and programs.
Eligibility and National Objective Citation: Elig: 570.205 NO: 570.208(d)(4)
Activity Code: 20
Funding Source: CDBG
Phase: Other
Proposed Amount: $100,000
Location: Community-wide
Proposed Accomplishment: Supports community-based economic development projects.
Subrecipient: None

Interested parties may submit written comments prior to May 18, 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
(SB05522394 4/18/06)


NOTICE OF PROPOSED WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PERMIT
FOR HAWAIIAN CEMENT
NPDES PERMIT NO. HI 0000558
06-CW-PW-14

April 17, 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 Halawa Quarry (Facility) to North and South Halawa Streams, subject to special     conditions to:
HAWAIIAN CEMENT

The proposed permit will expire on October 31, 2010.

The facility is located in Halawa Industrial Park, Halawa Valley, Aiea, Oahu, Hawaii. Site operations include rock quarrying activities, rock crushing and segregating, raw   material stockpiling, and ready-mix concrete batching. Process wastewater from the   facility are directed to various holding ponds throughout the facility. During heavy   rainfall events, overflows from these holding ponds, as well as storm water runoff from the facility, may discharge to North Halawa Stream through Outfall Serial No. 001     located at: Latitude 21°22’44” N and Longitude 157°54’44” W. Overflows of a settling pond containing storm water runoff from the eastern mountainous and mining areas   discharges to South Halawa Stream through Outfall Serial No. 002 located at Latitude 21°22’30” N and Longitude 157°53’58” W.

North and South Halawa Streams are classified by Department of Health as a Class 2, Inland Waters under Hawaii Administrative Rules, 11-54-05.1(c). 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 criteria established for this class.

Persons wishing to comment upon or object to the proposed NPDES permit, or to   request a public hearing, should submit their comments or requests in writing no later than 30 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 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.
(SB05522439 4/17/06) Director of Health



Public Notice
State Health Planning and Development Agency
Certificate of Need

The Agency has received certificate of need         application #06-10A for administrative review from   Kuakini Medical Center for Emergency Room renovation and expansion from 10 to 16 rooms at a capital cost of $5,750,000.
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:  1177 Alakea Street, Room 402, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, Phone:  (808) 587-0788 (voice) or (808)  587-0854 (TTY) or (808) 587-0783 (fax).
(SB05522343 4/13/06)


STATE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
NOTICE FOR
FTA SECTION 5310 GRANT PROGRAM

The State of Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT) is soliciting applications from qualified private non-profit organizations and government entities seeking federal capital assistance for vehicle acquisition to     provide special transportation services for elderly and/or persons with disabilities.
For the Federal Fiscal Year 2006, the proposed     apportionment amount of $558,579 is expected to be   released by the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) for the Section 5310 Grant Program. The federal grant   program allows up to an 80% federal cost share of the capital cost, with the remaining balance to be provided by the applicant.
Applications received will be reviewed by the HDOT Statewide Trannsportation Planning Office and evaluated for recommendation by the Evaluation and Selection   Committee headed by the Director of HDOT or his     designee. The Director will recommend the applicant   projects in a consolidated master grant for approval by FTA.
Interested non-profit organizations or government   entities may obtain a copy of the 2006 Section 5310   Capital Assistance Application for the Transportation of the Elderly and Disabled from the HDOT website, http://www.state.hi.us/dot/stp, or at the following:

Department of Transportation
Statewide Transportation Planning Office
869 Punchbowl Street, Room 404
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

Attention: Section 5310 Application
Ken Tatsuguchi

If there are any questions, please contact Ken       Tatsuguchi at:

Telephone: (808) 587-2028
Facsimile: (808) 587-2362
E-Mail: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Applications must be received by 4:30 p.m. on May 26, 2006, at the address above.

RODNEY K. HARAGA
(SB05522212 4/13/06) Director of Transportation



STATE OF HAWAII
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
AIRPORTS DIVISION

Notice of Intent to File Passenger Facility Charge (PFC) Application

Under the provisions of the 49 United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 40117 and the Federal Aviation Administration, Department of Transportation, regulations (Title 14 Code of Federal Regulation Part 158) implementing the Passenger Facility Charge, the State of Hawaii invites public comment on its intent to file an application with the   Federal Aviation Administration to impose a $3.00 Passenger Facility Charge at     Honolulu International Airport, Kahului Airport, Kona International Airport at Keahole,  Lihue Airport and Hilo International Airport. It is important to note that AIR-21,    paragraph 10-32(b), excludes all inter-island flights from collecting PFCs.
The proposed charge effective date is estimated to be January 1, 2007. The total amount of PFC revenue estimated to be collected under this proposed application with a $3.00 PFC is $107.0 million.  The estimated charge expiration date is June 30, 2011.
The application will request use of the PFC revenue for the following projects at   Honolulu International Airport: 
1. Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting (ARFF) Facilities Improvements located at   Honolulu International Airport, Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii. A PFC of $3.00 will be collected to fund this project in the amount of $12,600,000. This project will construct improvements necessary to meet the ARFF vehicle training and       response requirements of Title 14 Code of Federal Regulations, Part 139.
2. Elevator and Escalator Improvements located at Honolulu International Airport, Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii. A PFC of $3.00 will be collected to fund this project in the amount of $19,400,000. This project provides for replacement of any     elevator or escalator that is more than twenty (20) years old in Honolulu       International Airport.
3. Loading Bridge Replacement at Honolulu International Airport, Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii. A PFC of $3.00 will be collected to fund this project in the amount of $14,000,000. The project will replace the passenger loading bridges at the gates in Honolulu International Airport to improve the passenger experience.
4. International Arrivals Building (IAB) Ceiling Replacement at Honolulu           International Airport, Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii. A PFC of $3.00 will be collected to fund this project in the amount of $25,435,433. The project will replace the   ceiling areas containing asbestos materials and that have been damaged and stained from many years of leaks caused by deteriorated drain lines and roof leaks.
5. Air Conditioning System Improvements, Phase II, located at Honolulu           International Airport, Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii.  A PFC of $3.00 will be collected to fund this project in the amount of $33,600,000. This project provides for the replacement and upgrade of the airport chiller plants at Honolulu International Airport. The airport chiller plants in the Overseas Terminal and the Ewa       Concourse areas are nearly thirty years old and under capacity.
6. Stand-Alone PFC Administrative Costs. A PFC of $3.00 will be collected to fund this project in the amount of $600,000. This project will reimburse the necessary costs associated with the administration of the PFC program.
Additional information concerning the PFC Application and these projects is available on the DOT Airports website at: www.hawaii.gov/dot/airports/business/pfc.htm 
Written comments on the proposed actions contained in this notice will be accepted until Friday, May 26, 2006 at 4:00 PM.
To submit comments or request additional information, please contact: Mr. Dennis Higa, Engineering Program Manager at State of Hawaii, Department of Transportation, Airports Division, 400 Rodgers Boulevard, Suite 700, Honolulu, Hawaii 96819; via email at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) ; via facsimile: (808) 838-8751; or via telephone at (808) 838-8835. (SB05522214 4/12, 4/14, 4/16/06)


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

In accordance with the requirements of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) regarding the Consolidated Plan, the City and County of Honolulu hereby provides a list of final projects for the City’s Action Plan for Fiscal Year 2007 (July 1, 2006 - June 30, 2007).  The City’s Consolidated Plan contains the identified housing and community development needs and a long-range strategic plan to achieve those needs.  The annual Action Plan contains the projects the City will undertake in the upcoming year to address the needs identified in the Consolidated Plan.  The final projects in this, the City’s Twelfth (12th) Year Action Plan, are as follows:

CDBG
Eligibility and Acti-
National Objective vity Fund- Proposed  
Project Title And Description Citation Code ing Phase Amount ($) Location Proposed Accomplishment Subrecipient

100th Infantry Battalion Veterans Elig:  570.202(a) 14B CDBG Other 135,000 516 Kamoku Street Supports additional housing for 100th Infantry
Provision of funds for the renovation of an existing 3-story, NO:  570.208(a)(3) Honolulu, HI 96826 persons of low- and moderate-income. Battalion Veterans
23-unit apartment complex.

Adult Friends for Youth - PS Elig:  570.201(e) 05D CDBG Other 100,000 Kalihi Area Assists disadvantaged youth. Adult Friends
Provision of funds to Adult Friends for Youth for a NO:  570.208(a)(1) for Youth
youth gang intervention program.

Affordable Housing & Homeless Alliance - PS Elig:  570.201(e) 03T CDBG Other 250,000 Community-wide Supports programs for homeless Affordable Housing
Provision of funds for staff and overhead to help open 3 NO:  570.208(a)(2) persons. & Homeless Alliance
Homeless Resource Centers on the North Shore,
Central/Leeward and Windward Oahu.

American Dream Downpayment Initiative (ADDI) Elig:  Not applicable 13 HOME Oper 87,833 Community-wide Promotes homeownership. Not applicable
Provision of funds for a homeowner downpayment NO:  Not applicable
loan program.

Blueprint for Change - PS Elig:  570.201(e) 05 CDBG Other 62,000 Community-wide Supports programs for families of low- Blueprint for
Provision of funds to staff programs to provide NO:  570.208(a)(2) and moderate-income. Change
comprehensive family-centered, community based
services to protect children from the risk or impact of
abuse or neglect.

Catholic Charities Elig:  570.201(a) 01 CDBG Other 2,000,000 1822 Keeaumoku Street Supports programs for persons of Catholic Charities
Acquisition of property to develop a Social Services NO:  570.208(a)(2) and 1331 Nehoa Street low- and moderate-income. of the Diocese of
Community Center by consolidating most of CCH’s social Honolulu, HI 96822 Honolulu
service programs onto one campus.

Central Oahu Youth Services Assn. (COYSA) Elig:  570.201(d) 04 CDBG Other 50,000 66-528 Haleiwa Road Supports programs for youth of Central Oahu Youth
Provision of funds for demolition of a building considered NO:  570.208(b)(2) Haleiwa, HI 96712 low- and moderate-income. Services Assn.
to be a blight in the community.

Community Assistance Elig:  Not applicable 21A HOME Oper 50,000 Not applicable Promotes effective administration of Not applicable
Provision of funds for administrative support of NO:  Not applicable the Rehabilitation Loan Program and
the Rehabilitation Loan Program and eligible eligible homeownership programs.
homeownership programs.

Community-Based Development Elig:  570.206 21A CDBG Oper 549,292 Not applicable Supports community-based Not applicable
Provision of funds for the administration and coordination of NO:  570.208(d)(4) development projects.
the City’s efforts to provide community-based development.

Downpayment Loan Program Elig:  Not applicable 13 HOME Oper 750,000 Community-wide Promotes homeownership for Not applicable
Provision of funds for use in the Downpayment NO:  Not applicable persons of lower income.
Loan Program.

ESGP 06 - Administration Elig:  570.206 21A CDBG Other 38,589 Not applicable Supports programs for homeless Not applicable
Provision of funds for administrative support of the ESG NO:  570.208(d)(4) persons.
program.

ESGP 06 - Catholic Charities Maililand Elig:  Not applicable 03T ESG Other 60,000 87-190 & 87-191 Supports programs for homeless Catholic Charities
Provision of grant funds for operating expenses related to NO:  Not applicable Maliona St. persons.
the Maililand facility, a family transitional shelter. Waianae, HI 96792

ESGP 06 - Child and Family Service Elig:  Not applicable 03T ESG Other 50,000 Suppressed Supports programs for homeless Child and Family
Provision of grant funds for operating expenses related to NO:  Not applicable persons. Service
domestic abuse shelters.

ESGP 06 - Hale Kipa Elig:  570.201(e) 03T CDBG Other 39,000 1326 Keeaumoku St. Supports programs for homeless Hale Kipa, Inc.
Provision of grant funds for operating expenses and essential NO:  570.208(a)(2) ESG 21,000 Honolulu, HI 96814 persons.
services related to a transitional living program.

ESGP 06 - Hoomau Ke Ola Elig:  570.201(e) 03T CDBG Other 42,000 Waianae area Supports programs for homeless Hoomau Ke Ola
Provision of grant funds for essential services related to NO:  570.208(a)(2) persons.
homeless substance abusers on the Waianae Coast.

ESGP 06 - Housing Solutions Loliana Elig:  Not applicable 05 ESG Other 42,000 565 Quinn Lane Supports programs for homeless Housing
Provision of grant funds for operating expenses and essential NO:  Not applicable Honolulu, HI 96813 persons. Solutions
services related to the Loliana facility, a transitional shelter.

ESGP 06 - Housing Solutions Vancouver Elig:  570.201(e) 03T CDBG Other 18,000 2731 Vancouver Dr. Supports programs for homeless Housing
Provision of grant funds for operating expenses and essential NO:  570.208(a)(2) ESG 6,000 Honolulu, HI 98622 persons. Solutions
services related to the Vancouver facility, a transitional shelter.

ESGP 06 - Institute for Human Services Elig:  570.201(e) 03T CDBG Other 95,705 350 Sumner St. Supports programs for homeless Institute for
Provision of grant funds for operating expenses related to NO:  570.208(a)(2) ESG 100,297 Honolulu, HI 96817 persons. Human Services
the Sumner Street facility, an emergency shelter for men.

ESGP 06 - Kalihi-Palama Health Center Elig:  Not applicable 05 ESG Other 80,000 350 Sumner St. Supports programs for homeless Kalihi-Palama
Provision of grant funds for essential services related to NO:  Not applicable Honolulu, HI 96817 persons. Health Center
health clinic services at the IHS Men’s shelter.

ESGP 06 - Mental Health Kokua Elig:  570.201(e) 03T CDBG Other 190,000 41 South Beretania St. Supports programs for homeless Mental Health
Provision of grant funds for essential services related to NO:  570.208(a)(2) Honolulu, HI 96813 persons. Kokua
the Safe Haven transitional shelter.

ESGP 06 - Parents and Children Together Elig:  Not applicable 05 ESG Other 34,000 Suppressed Supports programs for homeless Parents and
Provision of grant funds for essential services related to NO:  Not applicable persons. Children Together
services at a domestic violence shelter.

ESGP 06 - Salvation Army Elig:  570.201(e) 03T CDBG Other 20,002 Community-wide Supports programs for homeless Salvation Army
Provision of grant funds for essential services and homeless NO:  570.208(a)(2) ESG 33,745 persons.
prevention.

ESGP 06 - Windward Spouse Abuse Elig:  Not applicable 05 ESG Other 26,700 Suppressed Supports programs for homeless Windward Spouse
Provision of grant funds for operating expenses related to NO:  Not applicable persons. Abuse Shelter
a domestic violence shelter.

Empower Oahu Elig:  570.201(o) 18C CDBG Other 100,000 Community-wide Provides additional microenterprise Empower Oahu
Provision of funds for a program to assist participants in NO:  570.208(a)(2) support services for persons of low-
establishing or expanding microenterprises.  To be used for and moderate-income.
operating expenses such as personnel, facilities, program
outreach, participant assessment, training and technical
assistance and monitoring.

Fiscal Support Elig:  570.206 21A CDBG Oper 100,662 Not applicable Supports proper administration and Not applicable
Provision of funds for fiscal support of federally-funded NO:  570.208(d)(4) oversight of the CDBG, HOME, ESG
programs. and HOPWA programs.

Good Beginnings Alliance - PS Elig:  570.201(e) 05 CDBG Other 110,000 Community-wide Supports programs for families of low- Good Beginnings
Provision of funds to be used for overhead and staffing for NO:  570.208(a)(2) and moderate-income. Alliance
several programs including Family Strengthening; Community
Strengthening; Outreach to isolated families of young children.

Habitat for Humanity Leeward Oahu, Inc. Elig:  570.201(c) 03 CDBG Other 900,000 119 Kaukamana Street Supports additional housing for Habitat for
Provision of funds for engineering, surveying, demolition of NO:  570.208(a)(2) Waianae, HI 96792 persons of low- and moderate-income. Humanity Leeward
substandard housing and installation of infrastructure for a Oahu, Inc.
3.21 acre parcel in Mai’li which will be developed into 27
homes for very low-income families.

Hawaii Coalition of Christian Churches Elig:  570.201(c) 03 CDBG Other 500,000 85-233 to -251 Ala Akau St. Supports additional housing for Hawaii Coalition of
Provision of funds for planning, engineering, site work and NO:  570.208(a)(2) 85-294 to -298 Ala Hema St. persons of low- and moderate-income. Christian Churches
construction costs for emergency, transitional and affordable Waianae, HI 96792
rental housing facility for homeless individuals and families.

Hawaii Homeownership Center - PS Elig:  570.201(e) 05 CDBG Other 125,000 Community-wide Supports programs for persons of Hawaii Home-
Provision of funds for staff to provide outreach, NO:  570.208(a)(2) low- and moderate-income. Ownership Center
education and counseling to first-time homebuyers
in the Homebuyer Education Program.

Hawaii Housing Development Corporation Elig:  570.201(c) 03J CDBG Other 100,000 TMK: 1-8-6-1:035 Supports additional housing for Hawaii Housing
Provision of funds for acquisition of a site in Waianae to NO:  570.208(a)(1) 01 HOME 560,000 Waianae, HI 96792 persons of low- and moderate-income. Development Corp.
develop a 99-unit family affordable rental project.
funds will be used to upgrade the existing off-site sewer line.

Hawaii Maoli Elig:  570.201(c) 03 CDBG Other 200,000 DHHL Land Supports programs for persons of Hawaii Maoli
Provision of funds to construct a community center on NO:  570.208(a)(2) Kapolei, HI 96707 low- and moderate-income.
DHHL land in Kapolei.

Hawaii Nature Center Elig:  570.201(c) 03 CDBG Other 200,000 2131 Makiki Heights Drive Supports programs for persons of Hawaii Nature
Provision of funds to facilitate design and fabrication of an NO:  570.208(a)(2) Honolulu, HI 96822 low- and moderate-income. Center
environmental learning center/activity classroom, community
multi-purpose room and lanais.  Funds will be used to design
and construct interior classroom area.

Helping Hands Hawaii - PS Elig:  570.201(e) 05 CDBG Other 100,407 Community-wide Supports programs for persons of Helping Hands
Provision of funds for Community Clearinghouse operational NO:  570.208(a)(2) low- and moderate-income. Hawaii
costs for a program that solicits and receives donated goods
to distribute to clients referred by social service agencies.

HOPWA 06 - Administration Elig:  Not applicable 31B HOPWA Other 12,870 Not applicable Supports housing and support Not applicable
Provision of funds for administrative support of the HOPWA NO:  Not applicable services for persons with HIV/AIDS.
program.

HOPWA 06 - Gregory House Programs Elig:  Not applicable 31C HOPWA Other 308,130 Community-wide Additional housing and support Gregory House
Provision of grant funds for rental assistance, supportive NO:  Not applicable services for persons with HIV/AIDS. Programs
services, emergency assistance and administrative costs to
support persons with HIV/AIDS.

HOPWA 06 - Life Foundation Elig:  Not applicable 31C HOPWA Other 111,560 Community-wide Additional housing and support Life Foundation
Provision of grant funds for supportive services, emergency NO:  Not applicable services for persons with HIV/AIDS.
assistance and administrative costs to support persons
with HIV/AIDS.

Hui Kauhale, Inc. Elig:  Not applicable 12 HOME Other 2,100,000 Ewa Villages, Area H Promotes affordable housing Hui Kauhale, Inc.
Provision of funds for construction costs and monitoring for NO:  Not applicable Ewa Beach, HI 96706 opportunities for lower-income
64 units of one, two and three bedroom units located in six households.
two-story buildings.

Kokua Kalihi Valley Elig:  570.201(c) 03P CDBG Other 50,000 2229 North School St. Supports community-based health Kokua Kalihi
Rehabilitation of the P&P Building to expand KKV’s NO:  570.208(a)(1) Honolulu, HI 96819 services for persons of low- and Valley
current health facility and increase capacity. moderate-income.

Korean American Foundation, Hawaii Elig:  Not applicable 12 HOME Other 1,950,000 525 Kiapu Place Provides additional housing for seniors Korean American
Provision of funds for replacement of the central facility and a NO:  Not applicable Honolulu, HI 96817 of lower income. Foundation, Hawaii
bungalow structure of the Korean Care Home.

Labor Standards Monitoring Elig:  570.206 21A CDBG Oper 90,359 Not applicable Provides monitoring support of projects Not applicable
Provision of funds for the administration and coordination NO:  570.208(d)(4) for labor standards compliance.
of the City’s Labor Standards monitoring for CDBG- and
HOME-funded projects.

Moiliili Community Center - PS Elig:  570.201(e) 05A CDBG Other 80,000 2535 South King Street Supports community-based services Moiliili Community
Provision of funds to continue a public service program NO:  570.208(a)(2) Honolulu, HI 96826 for seniors of low- and moderate- Center
for seniors. income.

Nanakuli Hawaiian Homestead Community Assn. Elig:  570.201(c) 03 CDBG Other 500,000 TMK: 8-9-02:01 & 67 Supports community-based services Nanakuli Hawaiian
Provision of funds for construction costs for a ”village center” NO:  570.208(a)(1) Waianae, HI 96792 for persons of low- and moderate- Homestead
which includes a community center, Boys & Girls club, income. Community Assn.
commercial retail and senior housing complex.  CDBG funding
to be used for construction of a community center.

Natural Healing Research Foundation Elig:  570.201(c) 03P CDBG Other 550,000 Haiku Valley Supports community-based services Natural Healing
Provision of funds to renovate dilapidated facilities in Haiku NO:  570.208(a)(2) Kaneohe, HI 96744 for persons of low- and moderate- Research
Valley to serve as a public facility to provide health and income. Foundation
wellness activities.

ORI Anuenue Hale, Inc. Elig:  Not applicable 12 HOME Other 700,000 64-1488 Kamehameha Hwy Provides additional housing for seniors ORI Anuenue Hale,
Provision of funds for construction of two 5-bedroom single- NO:  Not applicable Wahiawa, HI 96786 of lower income. Inc.
family home type units, to serve people with developmental
disabilities and the elderly.  Funding will be used for foundation
development, framing, roofing, electrical, plumbing work
and finishing.

Pacific Housing Assistance Corporation - Iwilei Elig:  570.201(c) 03A CDBG Other 806,941 Iwilei Road Supports community-based services Pacific Housing
Provision of funds to construct a senior center NO:  570.208(a)(2) Honolulu, HI 96817 for seniors of low- and moderate- Assistance Corp.
within Iwilei Senior Housing. income.

Palolo Chinese Home Elig:  570.201(c) 03A CDBG Other 1,000,000 2459 Tenth Avenue Supports community-based services Palolo Chinese
Provision of funds for infrastructure and construction of a NO:  570.208(a)(2) Honolulu, HI 96816 for seniors of low- and moderate- Home
new building consisting of food service, skilled nursing and income.
long term care facilities.

Parents and Children Together Elig:  570.201(c) 03 CDBG Other 100,000 Confidential Provides additional support services Parents and
Provision of funds to replace roofing, broken rain gutters, NO:  570.208(a)(2) to victims of domestic violence. Children Together
corroded plumbing, cabinets/countertops and install solar
water heating unit at a domestic violence shelter.

Parents and Children Together Elig:  570.201(o) 18C CDBG Other 101,885 Community-wide Provides additional microenterprise Parents and
Provision of funds for the Economic Development Center, NO:  570.208(a)(2) support services for persons of low- Children Together
that assists in creating micro-enterprises to help low-moderate and moderate-income.
income individuals living in public housing become licensed
childcare business owners and achieve ”self-sufficiency.”

Parents and Children Together - PS Elig:  570.201(e) 05 CDBG Other 116,606 Community-wide Provides additional support services Parents and
Provision of funds for staffing to continue and expand NO:  570.208(a)(2) to victims of domestic violence. Children Together
comprehensive crisis response, care and support for
victims of domestic violence.

Pearl City Foundation Elig:  570.201(c) 03A CDBG Other 500,000 715 Hoomoana Street Supports community-based services Pearl City
Provision of funds to construct a new community center, NO:  570.208(a)(2) Pearl City, HI 96782 for seniors of low- and moderate- Foundation
elderly day care and early education day care facility at the income.
existing Momilani Recreation Center in Pearl City.

Program Administration Elig:  570.206 21A CDBG Oper 712,841 Not applicable Promotes effective CDBG, HOME, Not applicable
Provision of funds for administrative costs associated NO:  570.208(d)(4) HOME 70,000 ESG and HOPWA administration.
with the City’s CDBG and HOME programs, and
oversight of the ESG and HOPWA programs.

Rehabilitation Loan Program - Commercial Elig:  570.202(a) 14E CDBG Oper 50,000 Chinatown-area Supports activities to address slum or Not applicable
Provision of funds for a program that provides commercial NO:  570.208(b)(2) blight on a spot basis, and as such
loans to owners of property located in Chinatown, designated shall comply with the necessary
on the Chinatown Historic Preservation Plan and the Hawaii documentation for health and safety-
Register of Historic Places. related deficiencies.

Rehabilitation Loan Program - Residential Elig:  570.202(a) 14A CDBG Oper 450,000 Community-wide Supports decent, safe and sanitary Not applicable
Provision of funds for a program that provides housing NO:  570.208(a)(3) housing island-wide.
rehabilitation loans to benefit low- and moderate-income
households.

Special Projects Elig:  570.206 21A CDBG Oper 719,042 Not applicable Supports community-based Not applicable
Provision of funds for the administration and NO:  570.208(d)(4) development projects.
coordination of the City’s efforts to support
CDBG-eligible special projects.

United States Veterans Initiative Elig:  570.202(a) 14B CDBG Other 210,000 Building 34 Supports additional housing for United States
Provision of funds to rehabilitate 12 permanent housing units NO:  570.208(a)(3) Kalaeloa, HI 96707 persons of low- and moderate-income. Veterans Initiative
in Building 34 at Barbers Point, Kalaeloa, HI.

Volunteer Legal Services Hawaii - PS Elig:  570.201(e) 05C CDBG Other 145,000 Community-wide Supports legal programs for Volunteer Legal
Provision of funds for staffing and overhead for the Homeless NO:  570.208(a)(2) persons of low- and moderate-income. Services Hawaii
Support Legal Program, that provides legal support for people
in emergency and transitional shelters.

Women In Need - PS Elig:  570.201(e) 05 CDBG Oper 50,000 Waianae Coast Supports additional support services Women In Need
Provision of funds for staff and overhead to run the Family NO:  570.208(a)(1) to victims of domestic violence.
Resource Center and provide supportive services for women
transitioning out of abuse shelters and substance abuse
treatment facilities, as well as others at risk of homelessness.
Total 19,412,466
Alternate Projects:

CDBG-Funded Public Service Projects Funding up to:
(to the extent not funded
as a final selected project)

Samoan Service Providers Association - PS Elig:  570.201(e) 05H CDBG Other 350,000 Community-wide Supports community-based economic Samoan Service
Funding for a job training and employment services NO:  570.208(a)(1) development projects. Providers Assn.
project, teaching basic skills to residents of public
housing in Kalihi-Palama.

Hawaii Literacy, Inc. - PS Elig:  570.201(e) 05 CDBG Other 83,338 Kalihi-area Supports programs for persons of Hawaii Literacy,
Provision of funds for staffing and project costs for the NO:  570.208(a)(1) low- and moderate-income. Inc.
Family Literacy Program in Kuhio Park Terrace and
Mayor Wright Housing in Kalihi.

Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA) - PS Elig:  570.201(e) 05 CDBG Other 250,000 Kalihi/Palama/Chinatown, Supports programs for persons of Young Men’s
Provision of funds for staff and overhead for the Weed and NO:  570.208(a)(1) McCully/Ala Moana and low- and moderate-income. Christian
Seed Program, including overtime for police officers. Waianae areas Association

CDBG-Funded Non Public Service Projects

Mutual Housing Association of Hawaii Elig:  570.201(c) 03 CDBG Other 695,000 Palolo Valley Homes Supports community-based services Mutual Housing
Renovation of existing second floor community center NO:  570.208(a)(2) Honolulu, HI 96816 for persons of low- and Association of
to accommodate existing and proposed learning center moderate-income. Hawaii
programs and to provide ADA accessibility.

Pacific Gateway Center Elig:  570.201(a) 01 CDBG Other 1,275,000 15 Iliahi St. Provides affordable housing Pacific Gateway
Provision of funds to acquire a 10-unit apartment complex, NO:  570.208(a)(3) Honolulu, HI 96817 opportunities for persons of low- Center
to be used for affordable housing. to moderate-income.

Pohai Nani Good Samaritan Elig:  570.201(c) 03 CDBG Other 1,500,000 45-090 Namoku Street Supports community-based services Pohai Nani Good
Provision of funds for planning, design and construction of the NO:  570.208(a)(2) Kaneohe, HI 96744 for seniors of low- and moderate- Samaritan
Pohai Nani Wellness Center, an ADA-compliant facility for income.
the elderly.

HOME-Funded Projects

Hawaii Housing Development Corporation Elig:  Not applicable 01 HOME Other 560,000 TMK: 1-8-6-1:035 Supports additional housing for Hawaii Housing
Provision of funds for acquisition of a site in Waianae to NO:  Not applicable Waianae, HI 96792 persons of low- and moderate-income. Development Corp.
develop a 99-unit family affordable rental project.

Pacific Housing Assistance Corporation - Kapolei Elig:  Not applicable 12 HOME Other 2,834,300 91-1060 Namahoe St. Provides affordable housing Pacific Housing
Provision of funds for engineering and construction NO:  Not applicable Kapolei, HI 96707 opportunities for seniors of lower Assistance Corp.
costs for a housing project that will be used by low- and income.
very low-income seniors.

Korean American Foundation, Hawaii Elig:  Not applicable 12 HOME Other 2,500,000 525 Kiapu Place Provides additional housing for seniors Korean American
Provision of funds for replacement of the central facility and a NO:  Not applicable Honolulu, HI 96817 of lower income. Foundation, Hawaii
bungalow structure of the Korean Care Home.

The public is advised that the City and County of Honolulu may incur preaward costs under the CDBG and HOME programs that will not exceed 25% of the current CDBG and HOME allocations.  CDBG and HOME funds will be used to reimburse the City when funds become available, subject to sufficient funding from the HUD.  Should funds not be available, the City will cover the costs or future funding for CDBG and HOME projects will be reduced.

In addition, pursuant to the HUD Workout Agreement, the City is required to prepare a list of alternate projects that will be funded in the event that the selected projects cannot be implemented.  Also, the City will permit their funding in the subsequent year if there are insufficient funds in the current year.  These alternate projects are also listed above.

The Final Twelfth (12th) Year Action Plan will be submitted to HUD on or around May 15, 2006.  Copies of the Final Twelfth (12th) Year Action Plan are available for public review at the Municipal Reference Library, City Hall Annex, 558 South King Street, Honolulu, and on the City’s website at: http://www.honolulu.gov/budget/cdbg.htm.

Persons wishing to provide comments on the City’s Final Twelfth (12th) Year Action Plan should submit their correspondence by May 11, 2006 to:

Holly Kawano,  Federal Grants Coordinator Mary Patricia Waterhouse, Director
Department of Budget and Fiscal Services Department of Budget and Fiscal Services
City and County of Honolulu By order of MUFI HANNEMANN, MAYOR
530 South King Street, Room 208 City and County of Honolulu
Honolulu, HI 96813 (SB05522339 4/11/06)


STATE OF HAWAII
NOTICE OF PUBLIC PARTICIPATION AND INPUT ON THE PROPOSED
WATER POLLUTION CONTROL REVOLVING FUND
INTENDED USE PLAN FOR STATE FISCAL YEAR (SFY) 2007 AND
THE FEDERAL FISCAL YEAR (FFY) 2006 APPROPRIATION

(DOCKET NO. 06-WW-SRF-1)

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 30-day public comment period is being initiated to allow public participation and input on the proposed Intended Use Plan for the SFY 2007 and the FFY 2006 appropriation.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency grants monies to the State of Hawaii     annually to construct wastewater pollution control facilities. During federal fiscal year 2006, approximately $4.97 million will be allocated to the State of Hawaii. In order to utilize the state revolving funds, proposed projects must be prioritized and listed in the Integrated Priority List of Projects for SFY 2007 (Appendix A of the Intended Use Plan). The Intended Use Plan also includes the implementation schedule for the projects     proposed to receive loans from the State Revolving Fund during SFY 2007.

Upon written request, a public hearing will be scheduled for any county. Requests for a public hearing must be received during the 30-day public notice period. 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 Wastewater Branch Oahu telephone and address noted below. The proposed State Intended Use Plan for SFY 2007 will be on file and available for review from April 10, 2006 to May 9, 2006 at the following locations listed below. If, due to disability, you have special needs for commenting on the proposed Intended Use Plan, please contact the Wastewater Branch at the Oahu telephone and address noted below by May 9, 2006.

Oahu Kauai
Wastewater Branch District Health Office
Department of Health Department of Health
919 Ala Moana Blvd., S309 3040 Umi Street
Honolulu, HI 96814 Lihue, HI 96766
Telephone: (808) 586-4294 Telephone: (808) 241-3323
Contact: Sina Pruder Contact: Joe Tateyama

Hawaii (Hilo) Maui
District Health Office District Health Office
Department of Health Department of Health
1582 Kamehameha Avenue 54 High Street
Hilo, HI 96720 Wailuku, HI 96793
Telephone: (808) 933-0401 Telephone: (808) 984-8232
Contact: Jerry Nunogawa Contact: Roland Tejano

Hawaii (Kona)
Kealakekua Health Office
Department of Health
81-980 Halekii Street, Suite 103
Kealakekua, HI 96750
Telephone: (808) 322-1963
Contact: Dane Hiromasa (SB05522210 4/10/06)


PUBLIC NOTICE

The Hawaii Army National Guard (HIARNG) invites the public to review its Draft Integrated Cultural Resources Management Plan (ICRMP) and the accompanying Draft Environmental Assessment (EA) for its facilities on     Hawai’i, Kaua’i, Maui, Moloka’i, and O’ahu.

The National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, as amended in 2000, requires the HIARNG to prepare an ICRMP to address cultural resource management in conjunction with military training requirements. The National       Environmental Policy Act of 1972 (NEPA) requires that the environmental consequences of implementing the ICRMP be assessed, and that organizations, agencies, groups, and individuals be consulted and afforded the   opportunity to review and comment on the content of the ICRMP and the EA.

Those interested in reviewing these documents may do so by obtaining a copy from the HIARNG Environmental   Office at 808-733-4359, or by reviewing a copy at the     following Public Libraries: Hawai’i State Library, Kane’ohe, Pearl City, Kaimuki, Lihu’e, Moloka’i, Kahului, Hilo, and Kailua-Kona. Public comments must be received no later than May 8, 2006, and may be sent to: Hawaii Army   National Guard, Environmental Office, ATTN: NEPA     Administrator, 3949 Diamond Head Rd, Honolulu, HI 96816. (SB03509214 4/6/06)



O`ahu Agricultural Development Grant Program Information Session

O`ahu Resource Conservation & Development (RC&D) Council
is seeking Pre-Applications for projects from agricultural producers (individuals or groups) to expand their agricultural-related business on the Island of O`ahu. There is up to $110,000 available to fund projects that:

  € positively impact the O`ahu economy by creating more and better jobs or businesses
  € are sustainable after using these funds, and
  € positively impact the surrounding community

Applicants must submit a brief 2 page           pre-application. A full proposal will be requested only from the strongest pre-applications that best address the above criteria. This is an up-to 80% Cost-Share program.

Pre-Applications must be received at O`ahu RC&D office by 3:00 pm, Monday, April 24th 2006.

* An information session will be held on Thursday, April 13th, 2006 at 12:00-2:00 PM at:

HSPA Building, Room 160
99-193 Aiea Heights Drive
Aiea, HI 96701

A copy of the pre-application criteria and     template is available from the:

O`ahu RC&D Council, Inc.
Telephone 483 8600 ext. 113
Or at http://www.pacrimrcd.org/Page.asp?NavID=303
(SB05522199 4/9/060


WASTEWATER SYSTEMS
NOTICE OF
VARIANCE APPLICATION NO. W W 212
DOCKET NO. 06 - V W W - 01

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. Ms. Dixie Kaetsu, Managing Director of the County of Hawaii, 25 Aupuni Street, Hilo Hawaii 96720, has applied for a variance, for the maximum of five (5) years from Hawaii Administrative Rules (HAR) from   Section 11-62-03 Definitions, Section 11-62-31.1 (a)(2)(A), (B) and (D) pertaining to wastewater flows not exceeding 1,000 gallons per day per system, total   wastewater flows not exceeding 15,000 gallons per day and the minimum land area of 10,000 square feet for each wastewater system and Section 11-62-05(c)    pertaining to proposed cesspools in any designated   critical wastewater disposal area.
Ms. Dixie Kaetsu, is the authorized applicant for the application. The applicant is requesting the use of an   individual wastewater system (IWS) such as a septic tank system to replace the large capacity cesspools in the Kau camps and other County Facilities. Also, it is proposed that individual cesspools be used to replace the existing large capacity cesspools in the Keaau and Waiakea Uka camps. The TMKs are (3) 1-6-143, 1-6-147, 1-6-149,  1-7-028 and 2-4-020.
The Applicant has made the following comments.
1. It is proposed that septic tanks be built to replace the large capacity cesspools. A variance is needed since Naalehu and Pahala camps and other County facilities generate more than 1,000 gallons of wastewater per day and in the case of the some of the camps, more than 15,000 gpd. The proposed septic tank systems will be constructed in accordance with Chapter 11-62, Subchapter 3, except for the setback requirements in some instances. The variance is also needed for the proposed individual cesspools for the Keaau and Waiakea Uka     plantation camps since the single family       residential lots are less than the required one acre.
2. This application is to amend a previous variance which was granted for the proposed wastewater systems which will serve the Kau, Keaau and   Waiakea Uka plantation camps, and the County of Hawaii (“County”) office facilities. The significant amendments involve the inclusion of the Waiakea Uka camp and the revisions to the County       facilities. The Kau, Keeau, and Waiakea Uka   plantation camps were probably built over a   hundred years ago for the purpose of providing housing for sugar plantation workers for the   Hutchinson, Olaa and Waiakea Sugar Companies, respectively. As a result of the closing of the sugar operations, the Kau, Keaau, and Waiakea Uka plantation camps were subdivided and sold fee simple to the plantation workers. The camps   consist of seven (7) separate communities as   follows:
Kau Camps
1) Pahala 114 lots
2) Naalehu 165 lots
Keaau Camps
1) 8 1/2 Mile Camp 47 lots
2) 9 Mile Camp 39 lots
3) 9 1/2 Mile Camp 54 lots
4) Iwasaki Camp 47 lots
Waiakea Uka
1) Camp 6 50 lots
Total: 516 lots
The camps consist of a total of about 516 lots which presently have single family dwellings except for a few commercial lots. Essentially the camps are served by community sewer systems which   utilize gang cesspools or large capacity cesspools for disposal. The proposed wastewater systems for the Keaau and Waiakea Uka camps are individual cesspools which will be owned and operated by the individual residents. The proposed wastewater systems for the Kau Camps are community septic tank systems which will be owned and operated by the County.
There are approximately 23 office facilities that the County operates including police and fire stations and maintenance shops. Such facilities which are currently not connected to the public sewer system are utilizing large capacity cesspools for waste-  water disposal. The proposed wastewater systems for the County facilities are septic tank systems. The list of County offices and locations are shown in the following pages.
In accordance with Federal Regulations, 40 CFR 144-146, the large capacity cesspools must be eliminated by April 5 2005. The request for     variance is from Section 11-62-03, Section 11-62-31.1(a)(2)(A), (B), and (D) and Section 11-62-05(c).
It is proposed that septic tanks be used to replace the existing large capacity cesspools. A variance is needed since the Kau camps and County facilities generate more than 1,000 gallons of wastewater per day and, in the case of some of the camps, more than 15,000 gpd. Due to the relatively small sizes of some of the lots and the fact that most of the lots are well developed, a variance from the set back requirements of Section 11-62-32 (Table ll) is also being requested for some of the smaller lots. There may be other provisions of Chapter   11-62 that may apply to the conceptual use of septic tanks for the said facilities.
According to the CWDA maps, the Keaau and Waiakea Uka camps are located in critical wastewater disposal areas with one acre lot exceptions. It is proposed that individual cesspools be used to replace the existing large capacity cesspools in the Keaau and Waiakea Uka camps. A variance is needed since the lots in these camps are       significantly less than one acre. Due to the       relatively small sizes of some of the lots and the fact that most of the lots are well developed, a   variance from the set back requirements of Section 11-62-32 (Table ll) is also being requested for some of the smaller lots.
3. The variance has been requested for the maximum of five (5) years.
There are several more pages of written documentation and plot maps attached to the application for     variance but can not be shown here due to their length. If you would like to review the full application including   attachments, 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 (SB05522187 4/7/06)


PUBLIC NOTICE

The Hawai‘i Department of Health (HDOH) Seeks Public Comment on a Proposed Remedy for Soil and Groundwater Contamination on a Portion of the Former Waipahu Sugar Mill, Waipahu, O‘ahu

Sugar Mill Glen, LLC, owner of a 15.3-acre parcel that was part of the former Waipahu Sugar Mill (TMK       1-9-4-161:5), is proposing to construct industrial     condominiums and commercial buildings at the site.  Portions of the property are known to be affected by the halogenated volatile organic compound trichloroethylene, and diesel fuel, which Sugar Mill Glen has proposed to address. As part of the HDOH Voluntary Response     Program and in accordance with regulations set forth by HDOH, Sugar Mill Glen has proposed remedial actions designed to protect human health and the environment.
The proposed remedial action is described in a Draft Response Action Memorandum for the site. Copies of the Draft Response Action Memorandum, a fact sheet, and additional information on the site are available for review at the Waipahu Public Library, 94-275 Mokuola Street, Waipahu (through May 5, 2006), or at the Hawai‘i     Department of Health (see address below). To receive a short fact sheet about the project, or if you have     questions, please call John Peard at 586-4249 or e-mail him at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).
Written comments regarding the proposed           remediation at the site will be accepted through May   5, 2006, and should be sent by e-mail to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), or by mail to:

John Peard, Project Manager,
Hawai‘i Department of Health – HEER Office
919 Ala Moana Boulevard, Room 206
Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96814
(SB05522171 4/5/06)


NOTICE OF PUBLIC COMMENT

Pursuant to 24 CFR Part 91, notice is given that a draft Annual Action Plan (AAP) for program year July 1, 2006 – June 30, 2007 has been prepared by the Housing and Community Development Corporation of Hawaii (HCDCH), Department of Human   Services, State of Hawaii. The State is making copies of the proposed AAP available for review and comment.

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

The proposed AAP consists of 1) a strategic plan to address the provision of affordable housing, prevention of homelessness, responding to the special needs of Hawaii     residents, and resources available to meet the needs; and 2) an action plan including the resources (federal, private, and public funds) available, description of the State’s method for distributing funds to local governments and non-profit organizations to carry out activities to address the priority of needs.

Copies of the proposed AAP are available for public viewing at regional libraries and on the HCDCH’s website at http:// http://www.hcdch.hawaii.gov.  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

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

Housing and Community Development Corporation of Hawaii
1002 North School Street, Honolulu, Oahu

Interested persons are invited to state their views on the proposed AAP in writing prior to May 5, 2006, to HCDCH at the aforementioned address. Written comments may be submitted via fax to (808) 587-0600 by 4:30 p.m. on May 5, 2006. All comments   received will be considered in preparing the final State AAP.

Persons with special needs (e.g., large print, taped materials, sign language interpreter, or translator) shall make all requests to HCDCH 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.

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

Stephanie Aveiro
Executive Director
Housing and Community Development Corporation of Hawaii
Department of Human Services
State of Hawaii (SB05521865 4/4/06)


NOTICE FOR LOTTERY FOR
PUBLICATION DISPENSING RACK SPACES
THROUGHOUT THE WAIKIKI SPECIAL DISTRICT

In accordance with the Revised Ordinances of Honolulu, the Department of Customer Services will be conducting a supplementary lottery for vacant publication dispensing rack spaces throughout the Waikiki Special District. The lotteries will be held as follows:

Dates: Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Location: Division of Motor Vehicle, Licensing and Permits
Chinatown Gateway Plaza
1031 Nuuanu Avenue, Second Floor, Conference Room

Time: 12-inch space lottery: 9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
9:00 – 9:30 a.m. - Sign-in
(Publishers must check in by 9:30 a.m. to participate in the lottery.)
9:30 a.m. – Lottery begins

24-inch space lottery: 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
12:30 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. - Sign-in
(Publishers must check in by 1:00 p.m. to participate in the lottery.)
1:00 p.m. - Lottery begins

Only vacant spaces in all of the publication dispensing rack enclosures will be offered at this lottery.  Permits will be valid from July 1, 2006 to June 30, 2008.  The fee will be $72.00 per space per publication for the remaining 24 months of the three-year permit period. All payments for spaces selected at the lottery will be due by June 2, 2006.

IMPORTANT:  In order to participate in the lottery, all publishers or interested persons are required to register by completing and submitting an application form, required supporting documents, and the $50.00 non-refundable application fee for each     publication postmarked no later than May 3, 2006. Applications that are postmarked after May 3, 2006 will be returned and the applicant will not be allowed to participate in this supplemental lottery. Registration will not be allowed on the day of the lottery. Each applicant must declare on the application form whether they will participate in the 12-inch or 24-inch or space lottery, but not both.

Inquiries regarding the application or lottery should be addressed to: Division of Motor Vehicle, Licensing and Permits, P.O. Box 30300, Honolulu, Hawaii 96820-0300,      Telephone No. (808) 532-7793, Facsimile No. (808) 532-7722.

DENNIS A. KAMIMURA
Licensing Administrator
Division of Motor Vehicle, Licensing and Permits
Department of Customer Services
(SB03509193 4/3/06) City and County of Honolulu


State of Hawaii
Notice of Public Participation and Input on the Proposed
Drinking Water Treatment Revolving Loan Fund (DWTRLF)
Intended Use Plan (IUP) for
The State of Hawaii Fiscal Year (SFY) 2007 and
The Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2006 Appropriation
(Docket No. 06-SDW-SRF-01)

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 proposed Intended Use Plan for SFY 2007.
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 must be received by the Safe Drinking Water Branch by May 5, 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 April 3, 2006 to May 5, 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 May 5, 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 (SB05522071 4/3/06)


SECOND SATURDAY
Celebrate Earth Day at HISAM!

Saturday, April 8, 2006
10 am to 4 pm

Featuring:

DA SPACE - make earth-friendly art
from recycled materials
(11 am to 3 pm)

20-MINUTE FAMILY TOURS
(11 am & 1 pm)

HAWAII STATE ART MUSEUM
250 S. Hotel Street, 2nd Floor
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
(corner of Hotel and Richards
Streets in downtown Honolulu)

808-586-0900
http://www.hawaii.gov/sfca

ALWAYS FREE
Tuesday to Saturday 10 am to 4 pm
Closed on state holidays

Come see, it’s your art!


Friends of the Hawaii State Art Museum and Starbucks Coffee present

Live from the Lanai

Hawaiian Country

FIRST FRIDAY
April 7, 2006
5 pm - 9 pm
2ND FLOOR COURTYARD LANAI
of the HAWAII STATE ART MUSEUM
FREE

FEATURING

6:00 PM The Squirrel Hunters
7:00 PM The Girlas
8:00 PM The Full Steppers

STARBUCKS COFFEE
WILL BE SERVED

In collaboration with the Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts (HSFCA)
and the Depatment of Business, Economic Development and Tourism (DBEDT).

PRODUCED BY TIM BOSTOCK PRODUCTIONS


NOTICE OF PROPOSED WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PERMIT
FOR AMERON HAWAII KAPAA QUARRY
NPDES PERMIT NO. HI 0020796

06-CW-PW-12

March 31, 2006

The State Department of Health (DOH) tentatively proposes to issue a National   Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit to discharge process generated waste waters and storm water from the facility’s settling and containment ponds to the receiving water, Kapaa Stream, subject to special conditions to:

AMERON HAWAII

The proposed permit will expire on March 31, 2010.

Ameron Hawaii operates a rock quarry (surface mining), a tertiary coarse aggregate processing plant, a Mansand (manmade sand) processing plant, and a concrete   batching operation. The facility is located in the northeast corner of the Island of Oahu, Hawaii, between the towns of Kailua and Kaneohe. The Quarry property is comprised of about 416 acres of leased land. It is adjacent to the City and County of Honolulu’s   Kapaa and Kalaheo Sanitary Landfills, and the Kawainui Marsh. Part of the H-3 freeway divides the property into two (2) parts: Phase I (Areas A & C) and Phase II (Area B).  Kapaa Stream runs through the property along the access road to the quarry off Kapaa Quarry Road. Kapaa Stream connects to the Kawainui Marsh.

The receiving water, Kapaa Stream, is classified by the DOH in Hawaii             Admininstrative Rules (HAR) Section 11-54-5.1(a), as a “Class 2” “Inland Waters”. The objective of Class 2 waters is to protect their use for recreational purposes, the   support and propagation of aquatic life, agricultural and industrial water supplies, shipping, and navigation. The uses to be protected in this class of waters are all uses compatible with the protection and propagation of fish, shellfish, and wildlife, and with recreation in and on these waters. These waters shall not act as receiving waters for any discharge which has not received the best degree of treatment or control       compatible with the criteria established for this class.

Persons wishing to comment upon or object to the proposed NPDES permit, or to   request a public hearing, should submit their comments or requests in writing no later than 30 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 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.
(SB05521996 3/31/06) Director of Health


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

March 31, 2006

City and County of Honolulu
Department of Community Services
715 South King Street, Suite 311
Honolulu, HI 96816
(808) 527-5311

This Notice shall satisfy two separate but related procedural requirements for     activities to be undertaken by the Boys and Girls Club of Hawaii.

REQUEST FOR RELEASE OF FUNDS

On or about April 18, 2006 the City and County of Honolulu through its Department of Community Services will submit a request to the U.S. Department of Housing and     Urban Development (HUD) for the release of EDI/Special Purpose Grant Funds       authorized by the HUD Appropriations to undertake the following project:

Project: Boys and Girls Club of Hawaii Clubhouse Facility
Location: Nanakuli, Oahu, Hawaii (TMK (8-9-02:01&67)
Project Description: for the purpose of constructing a gym, swimming pool, classrooms and offices.
Estimated Cost: $248,000

FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT

The City and County of Honolulu 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 of 1969 (NEPA) is not required.  Additional project information is contained in the Environmental Review Record (ERR) on file at the City and County of Honolulu, Department of Community Services, 715 South King Street, Suite 311, Honolulu, HI, and may be examined or copied weekdays between 7:45 A.M. to 4:30 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 Ms. Deborah K. Morikawa,  Director, Department of Community Services, 715 S. King Street, Suite 311, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813.  All comments received by April 17, 2006 will be considered by the City and County of Honolulu prior to authorizing submission of a Request for Release of Funds.  Commentors should specify which part of this Notice they are addressing.

RELEASE OF FUNDS

The City and County of Honolulu certifies to HUD that Mary Patricia Waterhouse in her capacity as Director of the Department of Budget and Fiscal Services of the City and County of Honolulu 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 related laws and authorities, and   allows the Boy’s and Girls Club of Hawaii to use Program funds.

OBJECTIONS TO RELEASE OF FUNDS

HUD will consider objections to its release of funds and the City and County of     Honolulu’s certification for a period of fifteen days following the anticipated submission date or its actual receipt of the request (whichever is later) only if they are on one of the following bases: (a) the certification was not executed by the Certifying Officer or the City and County of Honolulu approved by HUD (b) the City and County of Honolulu 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 or other participants in the project have committed funds or incurred costs not authorized by 24 CFR Part 58 before approval of a Release of Funds by HUD; or (d) another Federal agency acting pursuant to 40 CFR Part 1504 has submitted a written finding that the project is unsatisfactory from the standpoint of environmental quality.  Objections must be prepared and submitted in   accordance with the required procedures (24 CFR Part 58) and shall be addressed to Hawaii State Office, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, 500 Ala Moana Blvd, Suite 3A, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813.  Potential objectors should contact HUD to verify the actual last day of the objection period.

Mary Patricia Waterhouse
Director, Department of Budget and Fiscal Services
By order of Mufi Hannemann, Mayor
City and County of Honolulu (SB05521979 3/31/06)


The Charter Commission
wants to hear from you!

The 2005-2006 Charter Commission is considering 42 proposed
amendments to the City Charter. These proposals cover a wide range
of topics in city government, such as departments, planning/zoning,
elections, ethics, and Neighborhood Boards, just to name a few. Join us
for an informational briefing and tell the Commission which proposals
you’d like to see on the 2006 General Election ballot.

Tuesday, April 4, 2006 at 6:00 p.m.
Hahaione Elementary School — Cafeteria
595 Pepeekeo Street in Hawaii Kai

Learn more about the Charter Commission and the
proposed charter amendments at http://www.honolulu.gov/chc.

Charter Commission
City & County of Honolulu
711 Kapiolani Blvd., Suite 1485
Honolulu, HI 96813
Phone: 592-8622 | Fax: 592-8633
Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) | Web: http://www.honolulu.gov/chc



DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
NOTICE OF SOLICITATION OF COMMENTS
STATEWIDE TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT
PROGRAM (STIP)
AMENDMENT NO. 3
FISCAL YEARS 2006 to 2008

The State Department of Transportation is providing an opportunity for the public to submit comments on the proposed Amendment #3 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 timelines and estimates. Other changes include re-introducing old projects from the previous 2005 fiscal year that are ready to utilize funds.      Amendments Nos. 1, 2, and 3 of the Transportation   Improvement Program (TIP) address the changes for the projects on Oahu. 

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 Monday, April 10, 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
(SB05522049 3/30, 3/31/06)


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 APRIL 19, 2006).

NEW APPLICATION(S) – MOTOR CARRIERS

DOCKET NO. 06-0037—BAD BOY’S TRUCKING LLC
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE DUMP TRUCK           CLASSIFICATION, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON FEBRUARY 24, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0041—FRANCO, RAENIELSEN E., DBA BJ’S HAULING
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE DUMP TRUCK           CLASSIFICATION, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON FEBRUARY 28, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0047—LA PA’ANI, LLC
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 1-TO-7 AND 8-TO-25     PASSENGER CLASSIFICATIONS, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON MARCH 6, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0048—B & S MOTORSPORTS, INC., DBA LALA-HI LIMOUSINE   SERVICE
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 1-TO-7 AND 8-TO-25     PASSENGER CLASSIFICATIONS, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON MARCH 6, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0049—NISHIKURA, TOMIYO, DBA DEURA OF HAWAII
APPLICATION TO TRANSFER CERTIFICATE NO. 1688-C TO NISHIKURA CORPORATION IN THE 1-TO-7 AND 8-TO-25 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATIONS, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON MARCH 6, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0050—HULA HAULING, LLC
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER IN THE DUMP TRUCK CLASSIFICATION, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON MARCH 1, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0051—FIRE TRUCK HAWAII, LLC
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 8-TO-25 PASSENGER   CLASSIFICATION, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON MARCH 6, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0055—MOHAMED, MARILYN LEOLANI, DBA LIBRA SHUTTLE SERVICE
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 8-TO-25 PASSENGER   CLASSIFICATION, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON MARCH 7, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0061—MALABED, GERONIMO G. JR., DBA GGM HANDI TRANSIT
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER CERTIFICATE IN THE 1-TO-7 PASSENGER   CLASSIFICATION, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON MARCH 13, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0064—LUKE, DANIEL H., DBA BIG D TRUCKING
APPLICATION AS A COMMON CARRIER AND CONTRACT CARRIER (UNDER CONTRACT WITH KALAKA NUI, INC. AND GRACE PACIFIC CORP.), IN THE GENERAL COMMODITIES AND DUMP TRUCK CLASSIFICATIONS, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON MARCH 17, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0066—TANDOC, CARLOS G., JR., DBA WRJ ISLAND SHUTTLE
APPLICATION FOR A MOTOR CARRIER IN THE 8-TO-25 PASSENGER CLASSIFICATION, ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, FILED ON MARCH 17, 2006.

NEW APPLICATION(S) - UTILITIES

DOCKET NO. 06-0036—ACN COMMUNICATION SERVICES, INC.
APPLICATION FOR A COR TO PROVIDE TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICE WITHIN THE STATE OF HAWAII AS A CMRS RESELLER OF CELLULAR SERVICES, FILED ON         FEBRUARY 23, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0057—TOTAL CALL MOBILE, INC.
APPLICATION FOR A CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION (COR), FILED ON MARCH 8, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0063—WDIG MOBILE, LLC
APPLICATION FOR A COR TO PROVIDE RESOLD WIRELESS TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES WITHIN THE STATE OF HAWAII, FILED ON MARCH 16, 2006.

DOCKET NO. 06-0067—TON SERVICES INC. DBA FLYING J COMMUNICATIONS
APPLICATION FOR A COR TO PROVIDE TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICES AS A CMRS   RESELLER, FILED ON MARCH 17, 2006.

(SB05522048 3/30/06) CARLITO P. CALIBOSO, CHAIRMAN



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

March 24, 2006

City and County of Honolulu
Department of Community Services
715 South King Street, Suite 311
Honolulu, HI 96816
(808) 527-5311

This Notice shall satisfy two separate but related procedural requirements for activities to be undertaken by the City and County of Honolulu.

REQUEST FOR RELEASE OF FUNDS

On or about April 18, 2006 the City and County of Honolulu through its Department of Community Services will submit a request to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for the release of Community Development Block Grant Funds   authorized by the Title 1 of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974 to undertake the following project:

Project: The Nanakuli Hawaiian Homestead Community Association’s Nanakuli Community Center
Location: Nanakuli, Oahu, Hawaii (TMK (8-9-02:01&67)
Project Description: for the purpose of constructing a community center.
Estimated Cost: $122,729

FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT

The City and County of Honolulu 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 of 1969 (NEPA) is not required. Additional project information is contained in the Environmental Review Record (ERR) on file at the City and County of Honolulu, Department of Community Services, 715 South King Street, Suite 311, Honolulu, HI, and may be examined or copied weekdays between 7:45 A.M. to 4:30 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 Ms. Deborah Kim Morikawa, Director, Department of Community Services, 715 South King Street, Suite 311,    Honolulu, Hawaii 96813.  All comments received by April 18, 2006 will be considered by the City and County of Honolulu prior to authorizing submission of a Request for   Release of Funds.  Commentors should specify which part of this Notice they are     addressing.

RELEASE OF FUNDS

The City and County of Honolulu certifies to HUD that Mary Patricia Waterhouse in her capacity as Director of the Department of Budget and Fiscal Services of the City and County of Honolulu 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 related laws and authorities, and allows the Nanakuli Hawaiian Homestead Community Association to use Program funds.

OBJECTIONS TO RELEASE OF FUNDS

HUD
will consider objections to its release of funds and the City and County of     Honolulu’s certification for a period of fifteen days following the anticipated submission date or its actual receipt of the request (whichever is later) only if they are on one of the following bases: (a) the certification was not executed by the Certifying Officer of the City and County of Honolulu approved by HUD  (b) the City and County of Honolulu 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 or other participants in the project have   committed funds or incurred costs not authorized by 24 CFR Part 58 before approval of a Release of Funds by HUD; or (d) another Federal agency acting pursuant to 40 CFR Part 1504 has submitted a written finding that the project is unsatisfactory from the standpoint of environmental quality.  Objections must be prepared and submitted in accordance with the required procedures (24 CFR Part 58) and shall be addressed to Hawaii State Office, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, 500 Ala Moana Blvd, Suite 3A, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813.  Potential objectors should contact HUD to verify the actual last day of the objection period.

Mary Patricia Waterhouse
Director, Department of Budget and Fiscal Services
By order of Mufi Hannemann, Mayor
City and County of Honolulu (SB05522060 3/29/06)


WASTEWATER SYSTEMS
NOTICE OF
VARIANCE APPLICATION NO. W W 213
DOCKET NO. 06 - V W W - 02
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. Kohala Union Housing Corporation of 451 Atkinson Drive, Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii has applied for a five (5) year variance from Hawaii Administrative Rules (HAR), Section 11-62-31.1(b)(1) which states 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.
Tracy Takano, Secretary, Kohala Union Housing Corporation is the individual authorized to act for the applicant. The applicant has stated that the property has 21 single bedroom dwelling units currently being served by cesspools. To comply with the U.S. EPA’s ban on large capacity cesspools, the applicant is proposing to use six (6) septic systems. Five (5) of the proposed septic systems will service three (3) to four (4) dwelling units per septic system. The requested variance is from Section 11-62-31.1(b)(1), HAR, which only allows a maximum of two (2) dwelling units per septic system. The project is known as Ainakea Elderly Housing, is located at 53-3996 Ainakea Drive, North Kohala, Hawaii and is Identified as TMK: (3) 5-3-011:107.
The applicant has stated that the project serves elderly community members and has financial difficulties. 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 LEINAALA FUKINO, M.D.
Director of Health (SB03509155 3/25/06)


WASTEWATER SYSTEMS
NOTICE OF
VARIANCE APPLICATION NO. W W 214
DOCKET NO. 06 - V W W - 03

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. Honolulu Resource Recovery Venture H-Power, located at 91-174 Hanua Street, Kapolei, Oahu, Hawaii, TMK: (1)9-1-026:030, 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.”
Mr. Jason Lau of The Limtiaco Consulting Group, Honolulu, Hawaii, is the individual authorized to act for the applicant. The applicant is requesting use of an individual wastewater system to serve several building facilities with an estimated domestic wastewater flow of 3,150 gpd. The wastewater System will consist of a 5,000 gallon septic tank and an absorption bed.
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 3,150 gallons per day.
2. 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.
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 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.
6. The variance is requested for the maximum of five (5) years. With proper implementation, septic systems are a safe and effective method for onsite wastewater treatment that can be sustained for years. To ensure that this septic system is maintained and correctly implemented, an operations and maintenance manual will be provided to the Honolulu Resource Recovery Venture, H-Power. Compliance with this manual should extend the useful life of this septic system beyond the five years, and thus a variance for greater than five years is being requested. Furthermore, construction of additional building facilities is not anticipated and additional sewer connections are expected.
A wastewater site plan is 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 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 (SB03509144 3/25/06)


NOTICE

The following Ordinances passed Final Reading at the meeting held by the Council of the City and County of Honolulu on March 1, 2006 and were subsequently   approved by the Mayor: 

Ordinance 06-11 – [Bill 74 (2005), CD1] – A Bill for an Ordinance relating to motor vehicles parked on public streets, highways, or pedestrian malls. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. - 9.
Approved/Effective:  March 15, 2006

Ordinance 06-12 – [Bill 75 (2005)] – A Bill for an     Ordinance to amend Chapter 41, Article 16, of the     Revised Ordinances of Honolulu, 1990, relating to permit and license fees for driving motor vehicles. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. - 9.
Approved:  March 15, 2006
Effective:  January 9, 2006

Ordinance 06-13 – [Bill 11 (2006), CD1]  - A Bill for an Ordinance relating to the parking of vehicles. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. - 9.
Approved/Effective:  March 15, 2006

Ordinance 06-14 – [Bill 14 (2006), FD1, CD1] – A Bill for an Ordinance relating to intergovernmental relations. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. - 9.
Approved/Effective:  March 15, 2006

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The following Ordinance passed Final Reading at the meeting held by the Council of the City and County of Honolulu on March 1, 2006, and was returned March 15, 2006, without signature by the Mayor; therefore,      pursuant to the City Charter became a duly enacted     ordinance: 

Ordinance 06-15 – [Bill 7 (2006), CD2] – A Bill for an Ordinance to amend Chapter 21, Revised Ordinances of Honolulu 1990, as amended (The Land Use Ordinance), relating to Ohana dwellings. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. - 9.
Effective:  March 15, 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. 

(SB05521963 3/25/06) DENISE C. DE COSTA, City Clerk


NOTICE

The COUNCIL OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU at its meeting held on March 15, 2006, passed the       following bills on Second Reading by the following votes:

BILL 13 (2006) – WAIVER OF BUILDING PERMIT FEES – The purpose of this bill is to waive building permit fees for the rehabilitation or reconstruction of homes on   Hawaiian Home Lands. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. – 8. 
EXCUSED: Councilmember Djou. – 1.

BILL 17 (2006) – MOTOR VEHICLE WEIGHT TAX FOR BUSES USED AS TEMPORARY SHELTERS FOR THE HOMELESS – The purpose of this bill is to reduce homelessness on the streets by exempting vehicles that are converted into mobile homeless shelters from the motor vehicle weight tax. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. – 8. 
EXCUSED: Councilmember Djou. – 1.

BILL 18 (2006) – DEFERRAL OF REAL PROPERTY TAXES – The purpose of this bill is to allow certain elderly persons to defer their real property tax obligation on their     residences. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. – 8. 
EXCUSED: Councilmember Djou. – 1.

BILL 19 (2006) – EXECUTIVE OPERATING BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 2006 - AMENDMENT NO. 2 – The   purpose of this bill is to fund agency shortages due to unanticipated increases to fuel and electricity costs, and unanticipated salary and current expense costs in the   Department of the Medical Examiner and the Department of Emergency Services’ Ocean Safety Division. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. – 8. 
EXCUSED: Councilmember Djou. – 1.

BILL 26 (2006) – COUNTY TAX CREDIT – 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. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. – 8. 
EXCUSED: Councilmember Djou. – 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.

(SB05521959 3/25/06) DENISE C. DE COSTA, City Clerk


PUBLIC NOTICE

Application for Water Use Permit
Wahiawa Ground Water Management Area, Oahu

The following application for water use permit has been received by the Commission on Water Resource Management and is hereby made public in accordance with Section 13-171, Hawaii Administrative Rules, ”Designation and Regulation of Water Management Areas.”

WUPA No.  765 SIC-01 Well (Well No. 2801-03)

Applicant: Sandwich Isles Communications
1001 Bishop St., Pauahi Tower, 27th Floor
Honolulu, HI 96813
Landowner: Same

Date Application Filed as Complete:   February 17, 2006
Hydrologic Unit: Aquifer Areas:  Wahiawa System, Central Sector, Oahu
Water Source:  SIC-01 Well (Well No. 2801-03) at 320 Kamehameha Highway, Oahu, Tax Map Key 9-5-002:002
Quantity Requested:  0.576 million gallons per day.
New Use:  Agriculture, Nursery and Landscape Irrigation
Place of Water Use:  320 Kamehameha Highway at Tax Map Key: 9-5-002:003

Written objections or comments on the above application may be filed by any person who has property interest in any land within the hydrologic unit of the source of water supply, any person who will be directly and immediately affected by the proposed water use, or any other interested person.  Written objections shall:  (1) state property or other interest in the matter (provide TMK information); (2) set forth questions of procedure, fact, law, or policy, to which objections are taken; and (3) state all grounds for objections to the proposed permit.  Written objections must be received by April 17, 2006.  Objections must be sent to 1) the Commission on Water Resource Management, P.O. Box 621, Honolulu, Hawaii 96809 and 2) the applicant at the above address.

COMMISSION ON WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
DEAN A. NAKANO, Acting Deputy Director for
PETER T. YOUNG, Chairperson

Dated: March 20, 2006 (SB03509123 3/24, 3/31/06)


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

(Docket No. 06-CA-PA-5)

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 MODIFICATION and RENEWAL  presently under review for:

Covered Source Permit (CSP) No. 0258-01-C
Application for Modification and Renewal No. 0258-03
Grace Pacific Corporation
325 TPH Asphalt Concrete Plant
Located at:  Honokohau Quarry, Kona, Island of Hawaii

The DRAFT PERMIT is described as follows:

CSP No. 0258-01-C would grant conditional approval to Grace Pacific Corporation to increase its facility’s asphalt concrete production from 275 to 325 tons per hour and from 150,000 to 260,000 tons per rolling 12-month period. The permit would also grant conditional approval to the applicant to replace the facility’s 1,085 hp diesel engine generator (DEG) with a more efficient one rated at 1,065 hp. The new DEG will result in a net decrease in NOx and SO2 emissions from the facility.  The asphalt concrete plant is subject to 40 CFR, Part 60 Subpart I, Standards of Performance for Hot Mix Asphalt Facilities. The predicted emissions impact from the facility will comply with state and federal ambient air quality standards. The proposed modification would affect the levels of potential emissions as follows:

    Net
Emissions Significant
  Change   Level
Pollutant   (tpy)    (tpy) 

CO 3.3 100
NOx -41.7 40
PM 0.6 25
PM10 0.8 15
SO2 -5.5 40
TOC/VOC 0.4 40
Pb 0.001 0.6

The ADMINISTRATIVE RECORD, consisting of the APPLICATION and non-confidential supporting materials from the applicant, the permit review summary, and the DRAFT PERMIT RENEWAL, 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 April 24, 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.
(SB05521925 3/24/06) Director of Health


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 March 14, 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 $24.73 per hundredweight in Order No. 06-MK-04 effective April 1, 2006.

Copies of Order No. 06-MK-04 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
(SB05521899 3/24/06) Chairperson, Board of Agriculture


The Charter Commission
wants to hear from you!

The 2005-2006 Charter Commission is considering 42 proposed
amendments to the City Charter. These proposals cover a wide range
of topics in city government, such as departments, planning/zoning,
elections, ethics, and Neighborhood Boards, just to name a few. Join us
for an informational briefing and tell the Commission which proposals
you’d like to see on the 2006 General Election ballot.

Tuesday, March 28, 2006 at 6:00 p.m.
Kapolei Hale — Conference Rooms A-D
1000 Uluohia Street in Kapolei

Tuesday, April 4, 2006 at 6:00 p.m.
Hahaione Elementary School — Cafeteria
595 Pepeekeo Street in Hawaii Kai

Learn more about the Charter Commission and the
proposed charter amendments at http://www.honolulu.gov/chc.

Charter Commission
City & County of Honolulu
711 Kapiolani Blvd., Suite 1485
Honolulu, HI 96813
Phone: 592-8622 | Fax: 592-8633
Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) | Web: http://www.honolulu.gov/chc


DISCRIMINATION IN HOUSING IS ILLEGAL

It is unlawful for an owner or any other person engaging in a real estate transaction to discriminate based on:
  €  Race €  Color €  Family Status
  €  Religion €  Marital Status €  Age
  €  Ancestry €  Disability €  Sex
  €  HIV (Human Immunodificiency Virus) infection
  €  Retaliation for opposing discrimination
  €  Sex, including gender identity or expression, sexual
      orientation

Contact us if you have questions or to file a complaint.
HAWAI‘I CIVIL RIGHTS COMMISSION
830 Punchbowl St., Rm. 411
Honolulu, HI 96813
Or
O‘ahu: (808) 586-8636 TDD: (808) 586-8692
Toll free from the neighbor islands,
Moloka‘I and Lana‘I: 1-800-468-4644, ext. 6-8636#
Maui: 984-2400, ext. 6-8636#
Kaua‘I: 274-3141, ext. 6-8636#
Hawai‘I: 974-4000, ext. 6-8636#

http://dir.state.hi.us/divisions.hcrc/

HAWAI‘I CIVIL RIGHTS COMMISSION


NOTICE

The following Ordinance passed Final Reading at the meeting held by the Council of the City and County of Honolulu on February 23, 2006 and was subsequently approved by the Mayor: 

Ordinance 06-09 – [Bill 72 (2005), CD2, FD2] – A Bill for an Ordinance establishing a curbside recycling     program. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. - 9.
Approved:  March 9, 2006
Effective:  January 1, 2007. 

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The following Ordinance passed Final Reading at the meeting held by the Council of the City and County of Honolulu on February 23, 2006, and was returned March 10, 2006, without signature by the Mayor; therefore,  pursuant to the City Charter became a duly enacted     ordinance: 

Ordinance 06-10 – [Bill 12 (2006), CD1, FD2] – A Bill for an Ordinance relating to limits on real property     taxation. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Tam. - 8.
NOES: Councilmember Okino. – 1. 
Effective:  March 10, 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.

(SB05521828 3/18/06) DENISE C. DE COSTA, City Clerk


The Charter Commission
wants to hear from you!

The 2005-2006 Charter Commission is considering 42 proposed
amendments to the City Charter. These proposals cover a wide range
of topics in city government, such as departments, planning/zoning,
elections, ethics, and Neighborhood Boards, just to name a few. Join us
for an informational briefing and tell the Commission which proposals
you’d like to see on the 2006 General Election ballot.
Tuesday, March 21, 2006 at 6:00 p.m.
Kailua High School — Cafeteria
451 Ulumanu Drive in Kailua

Tuesday, March 28, 2006 at 6:00 p.m.
Kapolei Hale — Conference Rooms A-D
1000 Uluohia Street in Kapolei

Tuesday, April 4, 2006 at 6:00 p.m.
Hahaione Elementary School — Cafeteria
595 Pepeekeo Street in Hawaii Kai

Learn more about the Charter Commission and the
proposed charter amendments at http://www.honolulu.gov/chc.

Charter Commission
City & County of Honolulu
711 Kapiolani Blvd., Suite 1485
Honolulu, HI 96813
Phone: 592-8622 | Fax: 592-8633
Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) | Web: http://www.honolulu.gov/chc



Notice:  Foreign-Trade Zone 9 - Honolulu, Hawaii
Application For Expansion

An application has been submitted to the Foreign-Trade Zones (FTZ) Board (the Board) by the State of Hawaii, grantee of FTZ 9, requesting authority to expand FTZ 9 to include the Natural Energy Laboratory of Hawaii Authority site located at 73-4460 Queen   Kaahumanu Highway, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii.  The application was submitted pursuant to the provisions of the Foreign Trade Zones Act, as amended, (19. U.S.C. 81a-81u), and the regulations of the Board (15 CFR Part 400).

Public comment is invited from interested parties. Submissions (original and 3 copies) shall be addressed to the Board’s Executive Secretary at one of the following         addresses:

1. Submissions Via Express/Package Delivery Services:  Foreign-Trade-Zones Board, U.S. Department of Commerce, Franklin Court Building - Suite 4100W, 1099 14th St., NW, Washington, D.C. 20005; or

2. Submissions Via the U.S. Postal Service:  Foreign-Trade-Zones Board, U.S.        Department of Commerce, FCB - Suite 4100W, 1401 Constitution Ave., NW,  Washington, D.C. 20230.

The closing period for their receipt is April 25, 2006.  Rebuttal comments in response to material submitted during the foregoing period may be submitted during the     subsequent 15-day period (to May 10, 2006).

A copy of the application and accompanying exhibits will be available for public       inspection at the Office of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board’s Executive Secretary at the first address listed above, and at the U.S. Department of Commerce Export Assistance Center, 521 Ala Moana Blvd., Room 214, Honolulu, HI 96813.
(SB05521811 3/15/06)


Public Notice
State Health Planning and Development Agency
Certificate of Need

The Agency has received certificate of need application #06-04A for administrative review from Maui Memorial Medical Center for the establishment of an Extracorporeal Shockwave Lithotripsy (ESWL) service at a capital cost of $890,000.
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:  1177 Alakea Street, Room 402, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, Phone:  (808) 587-0788 (voice) or (808) 587-0854 (TTY) or (808) 587-0783 (fax). (SB05521754 3/15/06)


Public Notice
State Health Planning and Development Agency
Certificate of Need

The Agency has received certificate of need         application #06-06A for administrative review from     Palolo Chinese Home for the conversion of 15         Intermediate Care Facility/Skilled Nursing Facility beds to 15 Intermediate Care Facility beds at no capital cost.
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: 1177 Alakea Street, Room 402, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, Phone:  (808) 587-0788 (voice) or (808) 587-0854 (TTY) or (808) 587-0783 (fax). (SB05521803 3/14/06)



Notice of Reinterment of Human Remains

Notice to interested parties is hereby given that the     Division of State Parks, Department of Land and Natural Resources, is planning to reinter two sets of human     remains recovered from sand dunes at Polihale State Park, Waimea Ahupua`a, Waimea District, Kaua`i Island [TMK: (3) 1-2-02: 24]. Both sets of human remains were exposed by erosion from unmarked graves and removed due to unstable and potentially harmful conditions. Both are believed to be native Hawaiian based on their context and manner of initial interment and were determined to be over 50 years old. One set was recovered in 1990 and the other in 2001. State Parks is developing a         reinterment and preservation plan to determine       appropriate reburial procedures and long-term protection measures for the reburial site. 

Persons descended from families of this area wishing to be consulted during development of the reinterment and preservation plan are requested to contact Martha Yent of State Parks at 808-587-0287 or through the State toll free line (1-800-274-3141 ext. 70287).  We also ask that those with information about families with burials in this area or with ancestors who lived in the area contact Ms. Yent so that these families can be consulted if they wish. The Kilauano-Aipolani family is known to be       affiliated with this area. All interested parties or those with information are asked to respond within 30 days of this notice. The Kaua`i/Ni`ihau Island Burial Council will also be consulted.

Individuals wishing to be formally recognized as lineal or cultural descents for these human remains or other   burials at Polihale should submit information required to adequately demonstrate descent to Ms. Sunny Greer, State Historic Preservation Division, at 808-692-8015 (toll free 1-800-274-3141 ext. 28015).
(SB05521732 3/12, 3/15, 3/17/06)


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 lands of Kaneohe Bay described as a portion of the reclaimed lands of Kaneohe Bay fronting Lot 60 and Lot 61 of Land Court Application 979, situated at Kahaluu, Koolaupoko, Oahu, Hawaii. This sale shall   enable purchaser to use said parcels in consolidation with his abutting lands.

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

  38 $1,000.00   4-7-19:44

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 8th day of March, 2006.

BOARD OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES
PETER T. YOUNG, Chairperson
(SB05521743 3/10/06)


IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR
DRINKING WATER

Tests Showed Coliform Bacteria in           Dillingham Water System February 2006

Our water system recently violated the drinking water standard for total coliform bacteria.  Although this is not an emergency, as our customers, you have a right to know what happened, what you should do, and what we are       doing to correct this situation.
The Department of Transportation routinely monitors for the presence of drinking water contaminants.  We took eight samples to test for the presence of coliform bacteria during February.  Two of our samples showed the presence of total coliform bacteria.  The standard is that no more than 1 sample per month may do so.

What should I do?

You do not need to boil your water or take other corrective actions.
  However, if you have specific health concerns, consult your doctor.
People with severely compromised immune systems, infants, and some elderly may be at increased risk.  These people should seek advice about drinking water from their health care providers.  General guidelines on ways to lessen the risk of infection by microbes are available from EPA’s Safe Drinking Water Hotline at 1-800-426-4791.
What does this mean?

This is not an emergency. If it had been, you would have been notified immediately. Coliform bacteria are generally not harmful themselves. Coliforms are bacteria which are naturally present in the environment and are used as an indicator that other, potentially harmful, bacteria may be present.  Coliforms were found in more samples than       allowed and this was a warning of potential problems.

Usually, coliforms are a sign that there could be a problem with the system’s treatment of distribution system (pipes).  Whenever we detect coliform bacteria in any sample, we do follow-up testing to see if other bacteria of greater concern, such as E. Coli, are present.  We did not find any of these bacteria in our subsequent testing, and further testing shows that this problem has been resolved.

What happened?

On February 9, 2006, two days after the routine samples indicated the presence of coliform bacteria, we took six repeat water samples.  Laboratory test results were negative for total and E. Coli bacteria.  We were unable to determine the source of the coliform.  A possible cause may be contamination introduced during the initial sampling process.  We will continue strict monitoring to insure the integrity of the water system. 

For more information, please contact Mr. Phillip Russell at 808-836-6461, or by mail at State of Hawaii, Department of Transportation, Airports Division, 400 Rodgers Blvd, #700, Honolulu, Hawaii 96819.
Please share this information with all the other         people who drink this water, especially those who may not have received this notice directly (for example, people in apartments, nursing homes, schools and businesses.)  You can do this by posting this notice in a public place or distributing copies by hand or mail.
This notice is being sent to you by the Dillingham Water System.

State Water System ID: 338
Date Distributed: 3/06/06
February 27, 2006 (SB03509036 3/9/06)


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

(Docket No. 06-CA-PA-3)

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. 0609-01-CT
Application for a New Permit No. 0609-01
Parsons Construction, Inc.
280 ton-per-hour (TPH) Temporary Jaw Crusher with a 300 hp Diesel Engine
Initial Location:  Kualapa Loop Road Extension, Kaanapali, Maui

The DRAFT PERMIT is described as follows:

CSP No. 0609-01-CT will grant conditional approval to Parsons Construction, Inc., to operate a new mobile 280 tph jaw crusher powered by a 300 hp diesel engine at various temporary sites that are specifically approved by the DOH. The jaw crusher 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 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 ADMINISTRATIVE RECORD, consisting of the APPLICATION and non-confidential supporting material from the applicant, the permit review summary, and the DRAFT PERMIT, is available for public inspection during regular office hours, Monday through Friday, 7:45 a.m. to 4:15 p.m., at the following locations:

Oahu:

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

Maui:

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

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 April 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. Glenn Nagamine 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.
(SB05521673 3/9/06) Director of Health


NOTICE OF PROPOSED WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PERMIT
FOR STATE OF HAWAII, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
ISLAND OF OAHU, HAWAII

NPDES PERMIT NO. HI S000066

06-CW-PW-10

March 8, 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 Kaneohe Bay Drive Rehabilitation - Kamehameha Highway to Nanamoana Street (“Project”) to receiving State waters, subject to special conditions to:

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

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

The DOT-HWYS is proposing to re-pave Kaneohe Bay Drive. Construction activities   include: roadway excavation, pavement rehabilitation, installation of guardrails,      installation of loop detectors, pavement striping and signing, adjustment of manhole and valve box frames and covers, and improvement of drainage facilities. 

Storm water run-off associated with construction activities from the Project is     permitted to discharge from the following discharge points after implementation of Best Management Practices:

Discharge Receiving Classification Latitude Longitude
Point Water

1 Kawa Stream Class 2 21°24’21” N 157°47’27” W
2 Kawa Stream Class 2 21°24’22” N 157°47’27” W
3 Kawa Stream Class 2 21°24’21” N 157°47’26” W
      to
Kawa Stream Class 2 21°24’21” N 157°47’24” W.
4 Kawa Stream Class 2 21°24’21” N 157°47’26 W
      to
Kawa Stream Class 2 21°24’20” N 157°47’25” W
5 Kawa Stream Class 2 21°24’28” N 157°47’17” W
6 Kawa Stream Class 2 21°24’21” N 157°47’15” W
      to
Kawa Stream Class 2 21°24’22” N 157°47’05” W
7 Kawa Stream Class 2 21°24’28” N 157°47’13” W
8 Kawa Stream Class 2 21°24’29” N 157°47’12” W
9 Kawa Stream Class 2 21°24’32” N 157°47’03” W
10 Kawa Stream Class 2 21°24’22” N 157°46’58” W
      to
Kawa Stream Class 2 21°24’25” N 157°46’54” W
11 Kaneohe Bay Class AA 21°24’25” N 157°46’54” W
      to
Kaneohe Bay Class AA 21°24’36” N 157°46’44” W
12 Kaneohe Bay Class AA 21°24’41” N 157°46’49” W
13 Kaneohe Bay Class AA 21°24’39” N 157°46’39” W
14 Kaneohe Bay Class AA 21°24’46” N 157°46’31” W
15 Kaneohe Bay Class AA 21°24’42” N 157°46’19” W

The discharge points are classified by the DOH as Class AA, Marine Waters and Class 2, Inland Waters.  The objective of Class AA waters is to remain in their natural state as nearly as possible with an absolute minimum of pollution from any human-caused source.  The objective of Class 2 waters is to protect their use for recreational purposes, the support and propagation of aquatic life, agricultural and industrial water supplies, shipping, and navigation.

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 Divivsion
Department of Health 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.
(SB05521700 3/8/06) Director of Health



NOTICE

The following Ordinances passed Final Reading at the meeting held by the Council of the City and County of Honolulu on February 15, 2006 and were subsequently approved by the Mayor: 

Ordinance 06-04 – [Bill 66 (2005), CD1, FD1] – A Bill for an Ordinance relating to real property tax exemptions for low-income elderly persons. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. - 9.
Approved/Effective:  February 27, 2006 and shall apply to the tax years beginning July 1, 2007 and thereafter. 

Ordinance 06-05 – [Bill 68 (2005), CD1] – A Bill for an Ordinance relating to mopeds. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. - 9.
Approved/Effective:  February 27, 2006.

Ordinance 06-06 – [Bill 77 (2005), CD1]  - A Bill for an Ordinance relating to green building standards for city facilities. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Marshall, Okino, Tam. - 9.
Approved/Effective:  February 27, 2006

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The following Ordinances passed Final Reading at the meeting held by the Council of the City and County of Honolulu on February 23, 2006 and were subsequently approved by the Mayor: 

Ordinance 06-07 – [Bill 01 (2005), CD1, FD1] – A Bill for an Ordinance relating to the homeowner’s exemption for real property taxation. 
AYES: Councilmembers Apo, Cachola, Dela Cruz, Djou, Garcia, Kobayashi, Okino, Tam. - 8.
NOES: Councilmember Marshall. – 1. 
Approved/Effective:  February 27, 2006 and shall apply to tax years beginning July 1, 2007 and thereafter. 

Ordinance 06-08 – [Bill 80 (2005), FD1, 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:  February 27, 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.

DENISE C. DE COSTA, City Clerk
(SB05521652 3/7/06)

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