DATE: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2020
PLACE: CITY COUNCIL CHAMBER
TIME: 10 A.M.
1. Bill 58 (2019) – To rezone land situated at Haleiwa, Oahu, Hawaii. (Rezoning land from the R-5 Residential District to the B-1 Neighborhood Business District.) (Applicant: Haleiwa KEM 7309, LLC)
2. Bill 63 (2019), CD1 – Relating to Condominium Property Regimes. (Amending the provisions of the Land Use Ordinance pertaining to Condominiums and Condominium Property Regimes.)
3. Bill 68 (2019) – Relating to the Special Impact Fund. (Creating a Special Impact Fund to be administered by the Department of Budget and Fiscal Services.)
4. Bill 1, CD1 – Relating to City advertisements. (Excepting Liquor Commission advertisements from the requirement that City advertisements including a statement that the advertisement is paid for, in whole or part, by City taxpayers.)
5. Bill 3 – Relating to the establishment of a Keep Hawaii Hawaii Pass Program. [Establishing a program that would allow both visitors and residents to purchase passes for discounts and priority access to popular Oahu attractions, with the City’s portion of the pass proceeds to be deposited into a special user impact fund that the City may use to offset its costs of maintaining public parks and beaches, and to supplement the operating budgets of the Emergency Services Department (Ocean Safety and Lifeguard Services Division in particular), the Honolulu Police Department, the Honolulu Fire Department, and the Department of Parks and Recreation.]
6. Bill 5 – Relating to the Affordable Housing Fund. [Amending Chapter 6, Article 63 of the Revised Ordinances of Honolulu 1990, as amended, entitled Affordable Housing Fund, to conform to changes in the 1973 Revised Charter of the City & County of Honolulu (2017 Edition)].
7. Resolution 19-136, CD1 – Approving an application for a Plan Review Use Permit for the relocation of Oahu Community Correctional Center to Halawa, and terminating the Plan Review Use Permit in Kalihi. (Applicant: State of Hawaii, Department of Accounting and General Services)
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CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU
IKAIKA ANDERSON, CHAIR