STATE OF HAWAII
HAWAII COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
ON PROPOSED RULEMAKING: AMENDMENTS TO HAWAII
ADMINISTRATIVE RULES, TITLE 15, SUBTITLE 4, CHAPTER 218,
KAKAAKO RESERVED HOUSING RULES
NOTICE IS HEREBY given of public hearings to be held by the Hawaii Community Development Authority (HCDA), a body corporate and a public instrumentality of the State of Hawaii, pursuant to Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS) Sections 91-3, 92-41, 206E-5.6, and Hawaii Administrative Rules (HAR) Chapter 15-219, to consider proposed amendments to Hawaii Administrative Rules, Title 15, Subtitle 4, Chapter 218, “Kakaako Reserved Housing Rules”, on the following dates and times and at the location specified below:
DATES/TIMES: August 16, 2017
9:00 a.m. (Presentation and Public Hearing)
September 6, 2017
(Public Hearing and Decision-Making)
PLACE: Hawaii Community Development Authority
547 Queen Street, 2nd Floor
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
SUMMARY OF PROPOSED AMENDMENTS RELATING TO
HAR CHAPTER 15-218, “KAKAAKO RESERVED HOUSING RULES”
The overarching purpose of the proposed amendments to the Kakaako Reserved Housing Rules is to promote the development of additional reserved housing units and workforce housing units, and preserve the existing inventory of reserved housing units and workforce housing units in the Kakaako Community Development District. The proposed amendments will expand the sources of reserved housing units, encourage further development of for-sale and rental reserved housing and workforce housing units, preserve the existing reserved housing inventory, ensure consistency with affordable housing rules administered by other State and City agencies, and clarify specific existing provisions and terms applicable to reserved housing and workforce housing units in the Kakaako Community Development District, including the existing regulated term and equity sharing provisions applicable to reserved housing units. With respect to workforce housing, the proposed amendments will establish buyback and equity sharing provisions for workforce housing units. Additionally, various housekeeping amendments are proposed for clarification and consistency.
The proposed Draft Amendment is available online at
www.dbedt.hawaii.gov/hcda. A hard copy of the proposed Draft Amendment may also be obtained via regular mail upon payment of photocopying and postage handling fees. To request a hard copy, you may contact the HCDA by telephone at (808) 594-0300, by e-mail at email@example.com, or in person at 547 Queen Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, during regular business hours (Monday through Friday, 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) excluding State and Federal holidays.
Written public testimony regarding the proposed Draft Amendments will be accepted through the HCDA website at www.dbedt.hawaii.gov/hcda until 12:00 p.m. the day before the respective public hearing dates (“Written Testimony Deadline”). Persons wishing to present public testimony after the Written Testimony Deadline are encouraged to appear in person at the public hearing to present oral testimony. Persons who intend to present oral testimony may sign up at the beginning of each public hearing. Persons who intend to submit written testimony are requested to submit 30 copies of their statements on or before the date of the public hearing. Please be advised that any written public testimony submitted to the HCDA will be treated as a public record and, as such, any contact information contained therein may be available for public inspection and copying. Pursuant to HAR § 15-219-71, public comment or testimony may be limited to three minutes per speaker and speakers may be subject to questioning by the members of the HCDA board or by any other representative of the HCDA.
For any questions or concerns, you may call the HCDA at (808) 594-0300. Individuals who need auxiliary aids for effective communication are invited to contact Garett Kamemoto, HCDA’s ADA Compliance Coordinator via telephone at (808) 594-0300, or facsimile at (808) 587-0299, at least five working days prior to the date of the public hearing.
HAWAII COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
JOHN P. WHALEN, CHAIRPERSON