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PUBLIC NOTICE

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

CERTIFICATE OF THE COUNTY CLERK

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

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

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

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

(TGI1002976     6/23/17)~


PUBLIC NOTICE

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

CERTIFICATE OF THE COUNTY CLERK

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

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

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

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

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

(TGI1002968   6/23/17)~


PUBLIC NOTICE

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

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

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

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

Director of Finance

(TGI1003686     6/22/17)~


PUBLIC NOTICE

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

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

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

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

Director of Finance

(WHT1003684     6/22/17)~


PUBLIC NOTICE

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

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

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

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

Director of Finance

(HTH1003680     6/22/17)~


PUBLIC NOTICE

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

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

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

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

Director of Finance

(SA1003241     6/22/17)~


NOTICE

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

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

*Voted Aye with Reservations

* * * * * *

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

GLEN TAKAHASHI, City Clerk

(SA1003287   6/21/17)~


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

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

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

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

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

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


Virginia Pressler, M.D.
Director of Health

(MW1001809   6/21/17)~


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

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REAL PROPERTY TAX RATES
Pursuant to the requirements of Chapter 19, Article 11, Section 19-90 of the
Hawai’i County Code, notice is hereby given that the following real property
tax rates for all classes of real property in the couty of Hawai’i for fiscal year
July 1, 2017, to June 30, 2018, are as follows:
Classes of Property Tax Rate Per
$1,000 Net
Taxable Building
Tax Rate Per
$1,000 Net
Taxable Land
Residential $ 11.10 $ 11.10
Affordable Rental Housing $ 6.15 $ 6.15
Apartment $ 11.70 $ 11.70
Hotel and Resort $ 11.55 $ 11.55
Commercial $ 10.70 $ 10.70
Industrial $ 10.70 $ 10.70
Agriculture or Native Forests $ 9.35 $ 9.35
Conservation $ 11.55 $ 11.55
Homeowner $ 6.15 $ 6.15
(Hawai’i Tribune Herald – June 18, 2017, Sunday)
(West Hawai’i Today – June 18, 2017, Sunday)

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NOTICE

Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation

RESOLUTION NO. 2017-6

AUTHORIZING THE ACQUISITION OF A FEE SIMPLE INTEREST,  TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENTS (TCEs) AND A PERMANENT UTILITY EASEMENT IN THE REAL PROPERTY IDENTIFIED AS TAX MAP KEYS 1-2-013-020 AND 1-2-013-021 (PORTIONS), LOCATED AT 2323 AND 2339 KAMEHAMEHA HIGHWAY HONOLULU, HAWAII 96819, AND OWNED BY FIRST HAWAIIAN BANK BY EMINENT DOMAIN

WHEREAS, the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation (HART) has been established pursuant to Article XVII of the Revised Charter of the City and County of Honolulu 1973, as amended (Charter); and
WHEREAS, Section 17-103.2(b) of the Charter empowers HART "to acquire by eminent domain. . . all real property or any interest therein necessary for the construction, maintenance, repair, extension or operation of the fixed guideway system;" and
WHEREAS, the City Council approved or did not object to the acquisition of the real property identified as Tax Map Keys (TMKs) 1-2-013-020 and 1-2-013-021 (Portions) by eminent domain in fee simple interest, TCEs, and a Permanent Utility Easement after written notification by HART; and
WHEREAS, the acquisition by eminent domain in fee simple of the above-identified real property, which is more particularly described in the attached legal description marked as Exhibit A, is necessary for the Honolulu Rail Transit Project fixed guideway system, a valid public use and purpose;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Directors of HART as follows:
1. That acquisition by eminent domain in fee simple interest, TCEs, and a Permanent Utility Easement of the real property identified as   TMKs 1-2-013-020 and 1-2-013-021 (Portions) is hereby authorized and the Corporation Counsel of the City and County of Honolulu   is empowered to institute eminent domain proceedings as provided by law for the acquisition thereof; and
2. That the acquisition of the above-identified property by eminent domain is determined and declared to be for a valid public use and   purpose as aforesaid; and
3. That the acquisition of the above-identified property by eminent domain is determined and declared to be necessary for the aforesaid   public use and purpose; and
4. That in the process of said proceedings in eminent domain, the Corporation Counsel is authorized and empowered to negotiate terms   of settlement, subject to the approval of HART and/or the Court before which such proceedings are commenced; and
5. That the Board Administrator be directed to transmit copies of this resolution to HART and the Department of the Corporation   Counsel.

ADOPTED by the Board of the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation on _____________________.

___________________________
      Board Chair

ATTEST:
______________________________
Board Administrator

Exhibit A - Legal Description of TMKs 1-2-013-020 and 1-2-013-021 (Portions)

Parcel 314
Being a Portion of Lot 3-A-1 (Map 4) of Land Court Application 855
SITUATEAT KALIHI-KAI, HONOLULU, ISLAND OF OAHU, HAWAII

Beginning at the Southeast corner of this parcel of land, the coordinates of said point of beginning referred to Government Survey Triangulation Station "HAUIKI" being 4,463.22 feet South and 3,981.11 feet West, thence running by azimuths measured clockwise from true South:
1. Along the Remainder of Parcel 314, on a curve to the right with a radius of 15.00 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being:
    94°  00’ 40.5"  9.81 feet;
2. 113°  06’  11.72 feet along the Remainder of Parcel 314;
3. Thence along the Remainder of Parcel 314, on a curve to the right with a radius of 15.00 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being:
    131°  28’ 43"  9.46 feet;
4. 292°  40’  29.96 feet along the Southwesterly side of Kamehameha Highway (Project No. S.N.-FAP 9-D(4)) to the     point of beginning and containing an area of 75 Sq. Ft., more or less.

Easement A
For Access and Utility Purposes
Affecting Lots 76 and 77 (Map 79) of Land Court Application 258, and
a Portion of R.P. 604, L.C. Aw. 803, Ap. 4 to A. Adams
and Mahele Award No. 50, Ap. 4 to Laumaka
In Favor of HECO
SITUATE AT KALIHI-KAI, HONOLULU, ISLAND OF OAHU, HAWAII

Beginning at the Northeast corner of this easement, along the Southwesterly side of Kamehameha Highway (Project No. S.N.-FAP 9-D(4)), the coordinates of said point of beginning referred to Government Survey Triangulation Station "HAUIKI" being 4,397.67 feet South and 4,144.44 feet West, thence running by azimuths measured clockwise from true South:
1. 22°  15’  11.36 feet;
2. 114°  46’  23.60 feet;
3. 79°  45’  22.66 feet;
4. 49°  22’    1.88 feet;
5. Thence, on a curve to the left with a radius of 20.00 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being:
    35°  53’ 30"  9.32 feet;
6. 22°  25’    8.75 feet;
7. Thence, on a curve to the right with a radius of 30.00 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being:
49°  08’  26.97 feet;
8. 75°  51’  61.59 feet;
9. Thence, on a curve to the left with a radius of 95.00 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being:
    69°  03’ 45"  22.46 feet;
10. Thence, on a curve to the right with a radius of 65.00 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being:
    87°  53’ 15"  56.20 feet;
11.  113°  30’  2.10 feet;
12.  29°  12’  38.86 feet;
13.  119°  12’  50.00 feet;
14.  209°  12’  40.00 feet;
15.  299°  12’  26.89 feet;
16.  209°  12’  6.60 feet;
17.  293°  30’  24.33 feet;
18.  Thence, on a curve to the left with a radius of 55.00 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being:
    267°  53’ 15"  47.55 feet;
19.  Thence, on a curve to the right with a radius of 105.00 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being:
    249°  03’ 45"  24.82 feet;
20.  255°  51’  61.59 feet;
21.  Thence, on a curve to the left with a radius of 20.00 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being:
    229°  08’  17.98 feet;
22.  202°  25’  8.75 feet;
23.  Thence, on a curve to the right with a radius of 30.00 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being:
    215°  53’ 30"  13.98 feet;
24.  229° 22’  4.45 feet;
25.  Thence, on a curve to the right with a radius of 30.00 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being: 
    237°  38’ 06.5"  8.63 feet;
26.  Thence along the Southwesterly side of Kamehameha Highway (Project No. S.N.-FAP 9-D(4)), on a curve to the right with a radius of     2,975.03 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being:
    289°  59’ 51.5"  6.27 feet;
27.  202°  12’ 06.6"  8.66 feet along the Southwesterly side of Kamehameha Highway (Project No. S.N.-FAP 9-D(4));
28.  292°  40’  39.16 feet along the Southwesterly side of Kamehameha Highway (Project No. S.N.-FAP 9-D(4)) to the     point of beginning and containing an area of 4,665 Sq. Ft., more or less.

Easement B
For Utility Purposes
Affecting Lots 76 and 77 (Map 79) of Land Court Application 258
In Favor of HART
SITUATE AT KALIHI-KAI, HONOLULU, ISLAND OF OAHU, HAWAII

Beginning at the East corner of this easement, along the Southwesterly side of Kamehameha Highway (Project No. S.N.-FAP 9-D(4)), the coordinates of said point of beginning referred to Government Survey Triangulation Station "HAUIKI" being 4,441.28 feet South and 4,040.02 feet West, thence running by azimuths measured clockwise from true South:
1.  22°  40’    6.80 feet;
2.  91°  11’  21.54 feet;
3.  99°  58’  27.37 feet;
4.  107° 04’  78.32 feet;
5.  81°  39’  75.37 feet;
6.  80°  26’  97.19 feet;
7.  292°  40’  10.33 feet;
8.  22°  40’    6.34 feet;
9.  284°  15’  68.40 feet;
10.  14°  15’  10.00 feet;
11.  104°  15’  73.62 feet;
12.  112°  40’  26.44 feet;
13.  157°  40’  1.63 feet;
14.  68°  45’    6.89 feet;
15.  158°  45’  16.26 feet;
16.  248°  45’  25.24 feet;
17.  202°  40’  1.44 feet;
18.  292°  40’  16.19 feet;
19.  260°  26’  94.63 feet;
20.  261°  39’  77.43 feet;
21.  287°  04’  79.97 feet;
22.  279°  58’  25.98 feet;
23.  271° 11’  13.94 feet;
24.  292°  40’  10.02 feet along the Southwesterly side of Kamehameha Highway (Project No. S.N.-FAP 9-D(4)), to the       point of beginning and containing an area of 4,646 Sq. Ft., more or less.

Easement D
For Storm Drain Purposes
Affecting Lot 3-A-1 (Map 4) of Land Court Application 855
and a Portion of Oahu Railway and Land Company’s Right of Way
In Favor of the City and County of Honolulu
SITUATE AT KALIHI-KAI, HONOLULU, ISLAND OF OAHU, HAWAII

Beginning at the Southeast corner of this easement, along the Southwesterly side of Kamehameha Highway (Project No. S.N.-FAP 9-D(4)), the coordinates of said point of beginning referred to Government Survey Triangulation Station "HAUIKI" being 4,475.48 feet South and 3,970.07 feet West, thence running by azimuths measured clockwise from true South:
1.  101°  53’  49.92 feet;
2.  158°  52’  19.32 feet;
3.  292°  40’  11.67 feet along the Southwesterly side of Kamehameha Highway (Project No. S.N.-FAP 9-D(4));
4.  Thence along Parcel 314, on a curve to the left with a radius of 15.00 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being:
      311°  28’ 43"  9.46   feet;
5.  293°  06’  11.72 feet along Parcel 314;
6.  Thence along Parcel 314, on a curve to the left with a radius of 15.00 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being:
      274°  00’ 40.5"    9.81 feet;
7.  292°  40’    3.45 feet along the Southwesterly side of Kamehameha Highway (Project No. S.N.-FAP 9-D(4));
8.  307°  33’ 15" 17.93 feet along the Southwesterly side of Kamehameha Highway (Project No. S.N.-FAP 9-D(4)) to the       point of beginning and containing an area of 433 Sq. Ft., more or less.

Easement E
For Station, Guideway, and Maintenance Purposes
Affecting Lots 76 and 77 (Map 79) of Land Court Application 258,
Lot 3-A-1 (Map 4) of Land Court Application 855,
and a Portion of Oahu Railway and Land Company’s Right of Way
In Favor of HART
SITUATE AT KALIHI-KAI, HONOLULU, ISLAND OF OAHU, HAWAII

Beginning at the Northwest corner of this easement, along the Southwesterly side of Kamehameha Highway (Project No. S.N.-FAP 9-D(4)), the coordinates of said point of beginning referred to Government Survey Triangulation Station "HAUIKI" being 4,335.71 feet South and 4,349.04 feet West, thence running by azimuths measured clockwise from true South:
1.  Along the Southwesterly side of Kamehameha Highway (Project No. S.N.-FAP 9-D(4)), on a curve to the right with a radius of 2,975.03       feet, the chord azimuth and distance being:
      288°  00’ 25.6"  135.19 feet;
2.  Thence along the Southwesterly side of Kamehameha Highway (Project No. S.N.-FAP 9-D(4)), on a curve to the right with a radius of       2,975.03 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being:
      289°  41’ 00.9"    38.89 feet;
2.  202°  12’ 06.6"  8.66 feet along the Southwesterly side of Kamehameha Highway (Project No. S.N.-FAP 9-D(4));
3.  292°  40’  179.30 feet along the Southwesterly side of Kamehameha Highway (Project No. S.N.-FAP 9-D(4));
4.  Thence along Parcel 314, on a curve to the left with a radius of 15.00 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being:
      311°  28’ 43"      9.46 feet;
5.  293°  06’  11.72 feet along Parcel 314;
6.  Thence along Parcel 314, on a curve to the left with a radius of 15.00 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being:
      274°  00’ 40.5"      9.81 feet;
7.  292°  40’  3.45 feet along the Southwesterly side of Kamehameha Highway (Project No. S.N.-FAP 9-D(4));
8.  307°  33’ 15" 13.54 feet along the Southwesterly side of Kamehameha Highway (Project No. S.N.-FAP 9-D(4));
9.  102°  23’          219.96 feet;
10.  12°  23’  10.50 feet;
11.  102°  23’  42.12 feet;
12.  12°  23’  13.00 feet;
13.  102° 23’          105.38 feet;
14.  12°  23’  39.75 feet;
15.  102°  23’  36.33 feet;
16.  192°  23’  23.66 feet;
17.  102°  23’  15.73 feet;
18.  192°  23’  15.60 feet;
19.  209°  12’  80.84 feet along the land described by Tax Map Key (1) 1-2-013: 022, to the point of beginning and       containing an area of 19,197 Sq. Ft., more or less.

Easement F
For Temporary Construction Purposes
Affecting Lots 76 and 77 (Map 79) of Land Court Application 258
In Favor of HART
SITUATE AT KALIHI-KAI, HONOLULU, ISLAND OF OAHU, HAWAII

Beginning at the Northeast corner of this easement, the coordinates of said point of beginning referred to Government Survey Triangulation Station "HAUIKI" being 4,432.44 feet South and 4,206.37 feet West, thence running by azimuths measured clockwise from true South:
1.    25°  02’  13.60 feet;
2.    58°  01’  55.46 feet;
3.  28°  27’  28.91 feet;
4.  118°  31’  73.68 feet;
5.  292°  40’  0.90 feet;
6.  284°  15’  73.62 feet;
7.  194°  15’  10.00 feet;
8.  104°  15’  68.40 feet;
9.  202°  40’  6.34 feet;
10.  112°  40’  10.33 feet;
11.  260°  26’  76.52 feet;
12.  282°  23’  27.00 feet;
13.  192°  23’  10.69 feet;
14.  261°  39’  6.54 feet;
15.  282°  23’  19.92 feet to the point of beginning and containing an area of 3,786 Sq. Ft., more or less.

Easement G
For Temporary Construction Purposes
Affecting Lots 76 and 77 (Map 79) of Land Court Application 258
In Favor of HART
SITUATE AT KALIHI-KAI, HONOLULU, ISLAND OF OAHU, HAWAII

Beginning at the East corner of this easement, the coordinates of said point of beginning referred to Government Survey Triangulation Station "HAUIKI" being 4,428.03 feet South and 4,287.09 feet West, thence running by azimuths measured clockwise from true South:
1.  80°  26’  48.75 feet;
2.  112°  40’    6.51 feet;
3.  192°  23’  17.06 feet;
4.  282°  23’  51.63 feet to the point of beginning and containing an area of 525 Sq. Ft., more or less.

Easement H
For Access Purposes
Affecting Lots 2-A-1, 2-A-2, and 3-A-1 (Map 4) of Land Court Application 855,
Lot 76 (Map 79) of Land Court Application 258, and
a Portion of Oahu Railway and Land Company’s Right of Way
In Favor of HECO
SITUATE AT KALIHI-KAI, HONOLULU, ISLAND OF OAHU, HAWAII

Beginning at the East corner of this easement, along the Southwesterly side of Kamehameha Highway (Project No. S.N.-FAP 9-D(4)), the coordinates of said point of beginning referred to Government Survey Triangulation Station "HAUIKI" being 4,545.42 feet South and 3,829.57 feet West, thence running by azimuths measured clockwise from true South:
1.      28°  12’  37.06 feet;
2.  103°  18’  55.22 feet;
3.  120°  19’  18.23 feet;
4.  147°  04’  69.44 feet;
5.  114°  46’  95.01 feet;
6.  282°  23’  68.61 feet;
7.  307°  33’ 15" 44.83 feet along the Southwesterly side of Kamehameha Highway (Project No. S.N.-FAP 9-D(4));
8.  292°  40’          117.53 feet along the Southwesterly side of Kamehameha Highway (Project No. S.N.-FAP 9-D(4)) to the     point of beginning and containing an area of 5,341 Sq. Ft., more or less.

Easement I
For Access Purposes
Affecting Lot 3-A-1 (Map 4) of Land Court Application 855,
Lot 76 (Map 79) of Land Court Application 258, and
a Portion of Oahu Railway and Land Company’s Right of Way
In Favor of HECO
SITUATE AT KALIHI-KAI, HONOLULU, ISLAND OF OAHU, HAWAII

Beginning at the Southeast corner of this easement, along the Southwest side of Kamehameha Highway (Project No. S.N.-FAP 9-D(4)), the coordinates of said point of beginning referred to Government Survey Triangulation Station "HAUIKI" being 4,472.81 feet South and 3,973.56 feet West, thence running by azimuths measured clockwise from true South:
1.    102°  23’  68.61 feet;
2.  114°  46’            119.13 feet;
3.  202°  15’            11.36 feet;
4.  292°  40’            140.14 feet along the Southwesterly side of Kamehameha Highway (Project No. S.N.-FAP 9-D(4));
5.  Thence along Parcel 314, on a curve to the left with a radius of 15.00 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being:
      311°  28’ 43"    9.46   feet;
6.  293°  06’            11.72 feet along Parcel 314;
7.  Thence along Parcel 314, on a curve to the left with a radius of 15.00 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being:
      274°  00’ 40.5"    9.81 feet;
8.  292°  40’ 3.45 feet along the Southwesterly side of Kamehameha Highway (Project No. S.N.-FAP 9-D(4));
9.  307°  33’ 15" 13.54 feet along the Southwesterly side of Kamehameha Highway (Project No. S.N.-FAP 9-D(4)) to the       point of beginning and containing an area of 2,163 Sq. Ft., more or less.

Easement J
For Access Purposes
Affecting Lots 2-A-1, 2-A-2, and 3-A-1 (Map 4) of Land Court Application 855,
Lot 76 (Map 79) of Land Court Application 258, and
a Portion of Oahu Railway and Land Company’s Right of Way
In Favor of HART
SITUATE AT KALIHI-KAI, HONOLULU, ISLAND OF OAHU, HAWAII

Beginning at the East corner of this easement, along the Southwesterly side of Kamehameha Highway (Project No. S.N.-FAP 9-D(4)), the coordinates of said point of beginning referred to Government Survey Triangulation Station "HAUIKI" being 4,545.42 feet South and 3,829.57 feet West, thence running by azimuths measured clockwise from true South:
1.      28°  12’  37.06 feet;
2.  103°  18’  55.22 feet;
3.  120°  19’  18.23 feet;
4.  147°  04’  69.44 feet;
5.  114°  46’  95.01 feet;
6.  282°  23’  68.61 feet;
7.  307°  33’ 15" 44.83 feet along the Southwesterly side of Kamehameha Highway (Project No. S.N.-FAP 9-D(4));
8.  292° 40’            117.53 feet along the Southwesterly side of Kamehameha Highway (Project No. S.N.-FAP 9-D(4)) to the       point of beginning and containing an area of 5,341 Sq. Ft., more or less.

Easement X
(Submerged Portion of Easement E)
For Station, Guideway, and Maintenance Purposes
Affecting Lots 76 and 77 (Map 79) of Land Court Application 258
In Favor of HART
SITUATE AT KALIHI-KAI, HONOLULU, ISLAND OF OAHU, HAWAII

Beginning at the East corner of this easement, along the Southwesterly side of Kamehameha Highway (Project No. S.N.-FAP 9-D(4)), the coordinates of said point of beginning referred to Government Survey Triangulation Station "HAUIKI" being 4,215.92 feet South and 4,379.10 feet West, thence running by azimuths measured clockwise from true South:
1.    69°  31’  31.90 feet;
2.  68°  55’  24.91 feet;
3.  69°  15’  29.40 feet;
4.  69°  12’  30.60 feet;
5.  69°  06’  31.00 feet;
6.  68°  49’  27.92 feet;
7.  192°  23’  17.17 feet;
8.  102°  23’  15.73 feet;
9.  192°  23’  15.60 feet;
10.  209°  12’  80.84 feet along the land described by Tax Map Key (1) 1-2-013: 022;
11.  Thence along the Southwesterly side of Kamehameha Highway (Project No. S.N.-FAP 9-D(4)), on a curve to the right with a radius of       2,975.03 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being:
      288°  00’ 25.6"  135.19 feet;
12.  Thence along the Southwesterly side of Kamehameha Highway (Project No. S.N.-FAP 9-D(4)), on a curve to the right with a radius of       2,975.03 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being:
      289°  21’ 19.8"      4.82 feet
      to the point of beginning and containing an area of 8,759 Sq. Ft., more or

* * * * * *

Copies of the foregoing Resolution are available for use and examination by the public during regular business hours at the offices of the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation, 1099 Alakea Street, Suite 1700, Honolulu, Hawaii, or online at http://www.honolulutransit.org.  Should you have any questions, please call 768-6258.

I hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution was introduced at a meeting held by the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation on April 20, 2017 and was ordered published according to law by the following votes:

AYES:  Damien Kim, Terrence Lee, Terri Fujii, William Hong, Glenn Nohara, Wes Fryzstacki

ABSTAINED:  Colbert Matsumoto
      CINDY MATSUSHITA
      Board Administrator

(SA1001535   6/18/17)~


REAL PROPERTY TAX RATES
Pursuant to the requirements of Chapter 19, Article 11, Section 19-90 of the
Hawai’i County Code, notice is hereby given that the following real property
tax rates for all classes of real property in the couty of Hawai’i for fiscal year
July 1, 2017, to June 30, 2018, are as follows:
Classes of Property Tax Rate Per
$1,000 Net
Taxable Building
Tax Rate Per
$1,000 Net
Taxable Land
Residential $ 11.10 $ 11.10
Affordable Rental Housing $ 6.15 $ 6.15
Apartment $ 11.70 $ 11.70
Hotel and Resort $ 11.55 $ 11.55
Commercial $ 10.70 $ 10.70
Industrial $ 10.70 $ 10.70
Agriculture or Native Forests $ 9.35 $ 9.35
Conservation $ 11.55 $ 11.55
Homeowner $ 6.15 $ 6.15
(Hawai’i Tribune Herald – June 18, 2017, Sunday)
(West Hawai’i Today – June 18, 2017, Sunday)

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PUBLIC NOTICE TO SUCCESSORS

DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS
HOMESTEAD SERVICES DIVISION
APPLICATIONS BRANCH

NOTICE TO POSSIBLE SUCCESSORS OF THE FOLLOWING DECEASED APPLICANT, WHO DIED ON OR AFTER OCTOBER 26, 1998, AND FAILED TO DESIGNATE A SUCCESSOR TO HIS HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS APPLICATION RIGHTS UNDER THE HAWAIIAN HOMES COMMISSION ACT, 1920, AS AMENDED:

KAHAAWI, Solomon Kua

Relatives of the above-named decedent including spouse, children, and grandchildren; parents; widows or widowers of the children; brothers and sisters; widows and widowers of the brothers and sisters; or nieces and nephews, who are at least eighteen (18) years of age and are descendants of not less than one-half (50%) part of the blood of the races inhabiting the Hawaiian Islands previous to 1778, are hereby notified to present their claims for the Hawaiian Home Lands Application Rights of the above-named decedent. Written claims, with duly authenticated and certified copies of Hawaiian blood quantum verifications must be presented to the Applications Branch of the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, 91-5420 Kapolei Parkway, Kapolei, Hawai’i 96707, or at any of the District Offices of the Department, within one hundred eighty (180) days from the last day of publication of this notice, or such relatives may be forever barred from succeeding to the Application Rights in question.

Last Publication Date:  June 25, 2017

Dated:  06/ 02 /2017, Honolulu, Hawai’i
  Jobie M.K. Masagatani, Chairman
  Hawaiian Homes Commission
June 18 & 25, 2017                                   HS&CPN______________

(TGI999018   6/18, 6/25/17)~


PUBLIC NOTICE TO SUCCESSORS

DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS
HOMESTEAD SERVICES DIVISION
APPLICATIONS BRANCH

NOTICE TO POSSIBLE SUCCESSORS OF THE FOLLOWING DECEASED APPLICANT, WHO DIED ON OR AFTER OCTOBER 26, 1998, AND FAILED TO DESIGNATE A SUCCESSOR TO HIS HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS APPLICATION RIGHTS UNDER THE HAWAIIAN HOMES COMMISSION ACT, 1920, AS AMENDED:

KAHAAWI, Solomon Kua

Relatives of the above-named decedent including spouse, children, and grandchildren; parents; widows or widowers of the children; brothers and sisters; widows and widowers of the brothers and sisters; or nieces and nephews, who are at least eighteen (18) years of age and are descendants of not less than one-half (50%) part of the blood of the races inhabiting the Hawaiian Islands previous to 1778, are hereby notified to present their claims for the Hawaiian Home Lands Application Rights of the above-named decedent. Written claims, with duly authenticated and certified copies of Hawaiian blood quantum verifications must be presented to the Applications Branch of the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, 91-5420 Kapolei Parkway, Kapolei, Hawai’i 96707, or at any of the District Offices of the Department, within one hundred eighty (180) days from the last day of publication of this notice, or such relatives may be forever barred from succeeding to the Application Rights in question.

Last Publication Date:  June 25, 2017

Dated:  06/ 02 /2017, Honolulu, Hawai’i
  Jobie M.K. Masagatani, Chairman
  Hawaiian Homes Commission
June 18 & 25, 2017                                   HS&CPN______________

(WHT999017   6/18, 6/25/17)~


PUBLIC NOTICE TO SUCCESSORS

DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS
HOMESTEAD SERVICES DIVISION
APPLICATIONS BRANCH

NOTICE TO POSSIBLE SUCCESSORS OF THE FOLLOWING DECEASED APPLICANT, WHO DIED ON OR AFTER OCTOBER 26, 1998, AND FAILED TO DESIGNATE A SUCCESSOR TO HIS HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS APPLICATION RIGHTS UNDER THE HAWAIIAN HOMES COMMISSION ACT, 1920, AS AMENDED:

KAHAAWI, Solomon Kua

Relatives of the above-named decedent including spouse, children, and grandchildren; parents; widows or widowers of the children; brothers and sisters; widows and widowers of the brothers and sisters; or nieces and nephews, who are at least eighteen (18) years of age and are descendants of not less than one-half (50%) part of the blood of the races inhabiting the Hawaiian Islands previous to 1778, are hereby notified to present their claims for the Hawaiian Home Lands Application Rights of the above-named decedent. Written claims, with duly authenticated and certified copies of Hawaiian blood quantum verifications must be presented to the Applications Branch of the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, 91-5420 Kapolei Parkway, Kapolei, Hawai’i 96707, or at any of the District Offices of the Department, within one hundred eighty (180) days from the last day of publication of this notice, or such relatives may be forever barred from succeeding to the Application Rights in question.

Last Publication Date:  June 25, 2017

Dated:  06/ 02 /2017, Honolulu, Hawai’i
  Jobie M.K. Masagatani, Chairman
  Hawaiian Homes Commission
June 18 & 25, 2017                                   HS&CPN______________

(HTH999015     6/18, 6/25/17)~


PUBLIC NOTICE TO SUCCESSORS

DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS
HOMESTEAD SERVICES DIVISION
APPLICATIONS BRANCH

NOTICE TO POSSIBLE SUCCESSORS OF THE FOLLOWING DECEASED APPLICANT, WHO DIED ON OR AFTER OCTOBER 26, 1998, AND FAILED TO DESIGNATE A SUCCESSOR TO HIS HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS APPLICATION RIGHTS UNDER THE HAWAIIAN HOMES COMMISSION ACT, 1920, AS AMENDED:

KAHAAWI, Solomon Kua

Relatives of the above-named decedent including spouse, children, and grandchildren; parents; widows or widowers of the children; brothers and sisters; widows and widowers of the brothers and sisters; or nieces and nephews, who are at least eighteen (18) years of age and are descendants of not less than one-half (50%) part of the blood of the races inhabiting the Hawaiian Islands previous to 1778, are hereby notified to present their claims for the Hawaiian Home Lands Application Rights of the above-named decedent. Written claims, with duly authenticated and certified copies of Hawaiian blood quantum verifications must be presented to the Applications Branch of the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, 91-5420 Kapolei Parkway, Kapolei, Hawai’i 96707, or at any of the District Offices of the Department, within one hundred eighty (180) days from the last day of publication of this notice, or such relatives may be forever barred from succeeding to the Application Rights in question.

Last Publication Date:  June 25, 2017

Dated:  06/ 02 /2017, Honolulu, Hawai’i
  Jobie M.K. Masagatani, Chairman
  Hawaiian Homes Commission
June 18 & 25, 2017                                   HS&CPN______________

(SA998744     6/18, 6/25/17)~


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

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

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

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

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

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


Virginia Pressler, M.D.
Director of Health

(WHT1001802   6/16/17)~


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

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

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

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

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

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


Virginia Pressler, M.D.
Director of Health

(HTH1001800   6/16/17)~


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

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

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

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

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

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


Virginia Pressler, M.D.
Director of Health

(TGI1001794   6/16/17)~


AGENDA
WINDWARD PLANNING COMMISSION
COUNTY OF HAWAII

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of the following matters to be considered by the Windward Planning Commission of the County of Hawaii in accordance with the provisions of Chapters 91 and 92, Hawaii Revised Statutes, Section 6-7.5(a) of the Charter of the County of Hawaii, and the Planning Commission’s Rules of Practice and Procedure.
DATE: Thursday, July 6, 2017
TIME: 9:00 a.m.
PLACE: County of Hawaii Aupuni Center Conference Room
  101 Pauahi Street, Hilo, HI 96720
STATEMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC - Note that statements from the public regarding any particular item on this agenda will be taken at the time the particular item is called to order.
NEW BUSINESS -  9:00 a.m.
1. APPLICANT: VERIZON WIRELESS (USE 17-000067)
Application for a Use Permit to allow the construction of a new, non-manned telecommunication facility, consisting of a 167-foot tall steel monopole tower and related facilities within a 900-square foot portion of a 1-acre parcel of land situated in the County’s Agricultural 1-acre (A-1a) zoning district. The property is located northeast of the Ohia Avenue - Alapua Street intersection,  in the Eden Roc Estates Subdivision, Keaau, Puna, Hawaii, TMK: 1-1-082:031.
2. APPLICANT: COUNTY OF HAWAII, DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS (USE 17-000069)
Application for a Use Permit to allow the construction of a 130-foot tall, steel lattice radio tower equipped with one microwave dish and two, 2-way radio antennas and related structures and improvements on approximately 2,178 square feet of land within the State Land Use Agricultural District. The project site is situated at 92-6091 Orchid Circle Mauka which is also the site of the Ocean View Fire Station at the intersection of Orchid Circle Mauka and Ocean View Parkway, Ocean View, Kau, Hawaii, TMK: 9-2-031: Portionof 019.
3. APPLICANT:  HAWAII ISLAND DISTILLING, LLC
(SLU 17-000047/REZ 17-000218)
Applications for a State Land Use Boundary Amendment from Agricultural to Urban and a Change of Zone from Agricultural-20 acres (A-20a) to General Industrial-20,000 square feet (MG-20) for approximately 6.505 acres of land.  The property is located east of Highway 11 (Volcano Highway), west of Railroad Avenue, and north of Highway 130 (Keaau-Pahoa Highway), Keaau,  Puna, Hawaii, TMK: 1-6-141:002.
4. APPLICANT:  KATHRYN TYDLACKA (Amend SPP 14-172)
Request to amend Special Permit No. 14-172 to increase permitted enrollment at the Kau Learning Academy public charter school from 65 students to 100 students and to allow for related facility improvements to accommodate the increase in enrollment. Special Permit No. 14-172 was originally approved to allow the establishment of a public charter school and related uses with a maximum enrollment of 65 students within the former Discovery Harbour Golf Course clubhouse which is situated on 3.69 acres of l and within the State Land Use Agricultural District.  The property is located at 94-1581 Kaulua Circle, Discovery Harbour Subdivision, Unit I, Kau, Hawaii,  TMK: 9-4-001:019.
MINUTES
Approval of Minutes of the June 1, 2017 meeting.
ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS
ANNOUNCEMENTS
ADJOURNMENT
The purpose of the public hearings is to afford all interested persons a reasonable opportunity to be heard on the above matters.
Anyone who requires an auxiliary aid or service, other reasonable modification, or language interpretation to access this meeting, please contact Sarah Hata-Finley (961-8157) or Jeffrey Darrow (961-8158) of the Planning Department as soon as possible, but no later than five days prior to the meeting date, to arrange for accommodations. "Other reasonable modification" refers to communication methods or devices for people with disabilities who are mentally and/or physically challenged.

Hawaii County is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer

    WINDWARD PLANNING COMMISSION
    GREGORY HENKEL, Chairman

(WHT1001565   6/16/17)~


AGENDA
WINDWARD PLANNING COMMISSION
COUNTY OF HAWAII

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of the following matters to be considered by the Windward Planning Commission of the County of Hawaii in accordance with the provisions of Chapters 91 and 92, Hawaii Revised Statutes, Section 6-7.5(a) of the Charter of the County of Hawaii, and the Planning Commission’s Rules of Practice and Procedure.
DATE: Thursday, July 6, 2017
TIME: 9:00 a.m.
PLACE: County of Hawaii Aupuni Center Conference Room
  101 Pauahi Street, Hilo, HI 96720
STATEMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC - Note that statements from the public regarding any particular item on this agenda will be taken at the time the particular item is called to order.
NEW BUSINESS -  9:00 a.m.
1. APPLICANT: VERIZON WIRELESS (USE 17-000067)
Application for a Use Permit to allow the construction of a new, non-manned telecommunication facility, consisting of a 167-foot tall steel monopole tower and related facilities within a 900-square foot portion of a 1-acre parcel of land situated in the County’s Agricultural 1-acre (A-1a) zoning district. The property is located northeast of the Ohia Avenue - Alapua Street intersection,  in the Eden Roc Estates Subdivision, Keaau, Puna, Hawaii, TMK: 1-1-082:031.
2. APPLICANT: COUNTY OF HAWAII, DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS (USE 17-000069)
Application for a Use Permit to allow the construction of a 130-foot tall, steel lattice radio tower equipped with one microwave dish and two, 2-way radio antennas and related structures and improvements on approximately 2,178 square feet of land within the State Land Use Agricultural District. The project site is situated at 92-6091 Orchid Circle Mauka which is also the site of the Ocean View Fire Station at the intersection of Orchid Circle Mauka and Ocean View Parkway, Ocean View, Kau, Hawaii, TMK: 9-2-031: Portion of 019.
3. APPLICANT:  HAWAII ISLAND DISTILLING, LLC
(SLU 17-000047/REZ 17-000218)
Applications for a State Land Use Boundary Amendment from Agricultural to Urban and a Change of Zone from Agricultural-20 acres (A-20a) to General Industrial-20,000 square feet (MG-20) for approximately 6.505 acres of land.  The property is located east of Highway 11 (Volcano Highway), west of Railroad Avenue, and north of Highway 130 (Keaau-Pahoa Highway), Keaau,  Puna, Hawaii, TMK: 1-6-141:002.
4. APPLICANT:  KATHRYN TYDLACKA (Amend SPP 14-172)
Request to amend Special Permit No. 14-172 to increase permitted enrollment at the Kau Learning Academy public charter school from 65 students to 100 students and to allow for related facility improvements to accommodate the increase in enrollment. Special Permit No. 14-172 was originally approved to allow the establishment of a public charter school and related uses with a maximum enrollment of 65 students within the former Discovery Harbour Golf Course clubhouse which is situated on 3.69 acres of l and within the State Land Use Agricultural District.  The property is located at 94-1581 Kaulua Circle, Discovery Harbour Subdivision, Unit I, Kau, Hawaii,  TMK: 9-4-001:019.
MINUTES
Approval of Minutes of the June 1, 2017 meeting.
ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS
ANNOUNCEMENTS
ADJOURNMENT
The purpose of the public hearings is to afford all interested persons a reasonable opportunity to be heard on the above matters.
Anyone who requires an auxiliary aid or service, other reasonable modification, or language interpretation to access this meeting, please contact Sarah Hata-Finley (961-8157) or Jeffrey Darrow (961-8158) of the Planning Department as soon as possible, but no later than five days prior to the meeting date, to arrange for accommodations. "Other reasonable modification" refers to communication methods or devices for people with disabilities who are mentally and/or physically challenged.

Hawaii County is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer

    WINDWARD PLANNING COMMISSION
    GREGORY HENKEL, Chairman

(HTH1001525   6/16/17)~


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

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

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

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

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

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


Virginia Pressler, M.D.
Director of Health

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

In accordance with Section 25-2-3(g) Division 1,
Article 2 of Chapter 25 (Zoning) of the Hawai’i County Code, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following applications have been submitted. 
                *Applicant/Landowner
WINDWARD/LEEWARD PLANNING COMMISSIONS
1.*Fred & Barbara Bolton TTEE (SLU 17-048) State Land Use Boundary Amendment from Ag to Urban on 2acs at 75-451 & 74-461 Nani Kailua Dr, Kailua- Kona, TMK: 7-5-012:095 & 096.
2.*Fred/Barbara Bolton TTEE (REZ 17-221) Change Zone from A-1a to RS-15 on 2acs at 75-451 & 74-461 Nani Kailua Dr, Kailua-Kona, TMK:7-5-012:095, 096.
3.*Rodney Tanaka (formerly Cynthia Kuulei Thomas) (REZ 07-065) 5-yr time ext to comply with Cond. No. C (Complete Construction) on 22,500sf at 383 E. Lanikaula St, Waiakea, S. Hilo, TMK: 2-2-036:090.
4.*1250 Oceanside LLC (formerly 1250 Oceanside Partners (SPP 07-044) Amend Cond. No. 2 (Time ext to convert Golf Shop to a Temp Real Estate Office) & Cond. No. 3 (Time ext to allow cont use of Temp Real Estate Ofc) on 8,888sf within the Hokulia Golf Course on the border of N & S Kona Districts, TMK: 8-1-004: 085 (formerly 8-1-004:068).

ADDITIONAL FARM DWELLING AGREEMENT

1. *Daniel W. & Karen S. Thomas (FDA-17-000428) on 3.86acs at 55-1023 Kainoa Rd, N. Kohala, TMK:
5-5-001:107.

DE MINIMIS YARD ENCROACHMENT

1. *Klaus Conventz/Stewart & Allene Mullen. Structure position discrepancy for sgl/family dwelling on 17,946
sf. at 77-6592 Alii Dr., N. Kona, TMK: 7-7-010:002.

OHANA DWELLING UNIT

1. *Glenn Takeo & Angela Andrada Yazaki Tst (OHD-17-000181) on 19,980sf at 424 Nohea St, S. Hilo, TMK: 2-4-011:123.

PLAN APPROVAL

1. *Tritium3/ Hilo Lagoon Ctre (PLA-16-001373) PV System on 4.3625acs at 101 Aupuni St, S. Hilo, TMK: 2-2-014:010.
2. *Engineering Partners/Tamosh LLC (PLA-17-001414) New commercial bldg on 22,000sf at 717 Manono St, S. Hilo, TMK: 2-2-034:083.
3.  *Donavan Keith & Kimberly R. K. Enanoria (PLA-17-001426) Warehouse/ofc on 30,056sf at 16-219 Mikahala St, Puna, TMK: 1-6-151:010.
4. *Fleming & Assoc/Trevor Rodrigues (PLA-17-00 1431) Veterinary Clinic on 1.0514acs at 819 Laukapu
St, S. Hilo, TMK: 2-2-050:043.
5. *Jan De Luz/Hilo Motors Building LLC (PLA-17-001432) Coffee shop on 1.0409acs at 1177 Kilauea Ave, S. Hilo, TMK: 2-2-053:001.
6. *James, Alyn, & Ben Ishii (PLA-17-001433) Commercial dev on 58,500sf at 972, 988 & 1006 Manono St, S. Hilo TMK: 2-2-027:038, 039 & 058.
7. *Waimea Village LLC, Commercial bldgs on 43,560sf at 64-1007 Mamalahoa Hwy, S. Kohala, TMK: 6-4-006:016.
8. *Central Pacific Bank/Greenpath Technologies (PLA-17-001417) New carport structures on 21,827sf
at 75-1010 Henry St., N. Kona, TMK 7-5-006:060.
9. *DPM Acquisitions LLC/Diamond Resorts (PLA-17-001427) Timeshare on 1.77ac at 75-5868 Alii Dr, N. Kona, TMK 7-5-018:011.
10.*Queen Liliuokalani Trust/Mauka Makai Farmers Markets LLC (PLA-17-001423) Open Market, on 6.67 ac. at 74-5511 Luhia St, N. Kona, TMK: 7-4-025:018.
    Maps/documents are on file & open for inspection during office hours 7:45am-4:30pm at the HI County Planning Dept, 101 Pauahi St, Ste 3, Hilo, or 74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Hwy, Bldg E, 2nd Floor, Kailua-Kona.
By: MICHAEL YEE, Planning Director
HI County is an Equal Opportunity Provider & Employer

(WHT1001042   6/15/17)~


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

In accordance with Section 25-2-3(g) Division 1,
Article 2 of Chapter 25 (Zoning) of the Hawai’i County Code, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following applications have been submitted. 
                *Applicant/Landowner
WINDWARD/LEEWARD PLANNING COMMISSIONS
1.*Fred & Barbara Bolton TTEE (SLU 17-048) State Land Use Boundary Amendment from Ag to Urban on 2acs at 75-451 & 74-461 Nani Kailua Dr, Kailua- Kona, TMK: 7-5-012:095 & 096.
2.*Fred/Barbara Bolton TTEE (REZ 17-221) Change Zone from A-1a to RS-15 on 2acs at 75-451 & 74-461 Nani Kailua Dr, Kailua-Kona, TMK:7-5-012:095, 096.
3.*Rodney Tanaka (formerly Cynthia Kuulei Thomas) (REZ 07-065) 5-yr time ext to comply with Cond. No. C (Complete Construction) on 22,500sf at 383 E. Lanikaula St, Waiakea, S. Hilo, TMK: 2-2-036:090.
4.*1250 Oceanside LLC (formerly 1250 Oceanside Partners (SPP 07-044) Amend Cond. No. 2 (Time ext to convert Golf Shop to a Temp Real Estate Office) & Cond. No. 3 (Time ext to allow cont use of Temp Real Estate Ofc) on 8,888sf within the Hokulia Golf Course on the border of N & S Kona Districts, TMK: 8-1-004: 085 (formerly 8-1-004:068).

ADDITIONAL FARM DWELLING AGREEMENT

1. *Daniel W. & Karen S. Thomas (FDA-17-000428) on 3.86acs at 55-1023 Kainoa Rd, N. Kohala, TMK:
5-5-001:107.

DE MINIMIS YARD ENCROACHMENT

1. *Klaus Conventz/Stewart & Allene Mullen. Structure position discrepancy for sgl/family dwelling on 17,946
sf. at 77-6592 Alii Dr., N. Kona, TMK: 7-7-010:002.

OHANA DWELLING UNIT

1. *Glenn Takeo & Angela Andrada Yazaki Tst (OHD-17-000181) on 19,980sf at 424 Nohea St, S. Hilo, TMK: 2-4-011:123.

PLAN APPROVAL

1. *Tritium3/ Hilo Lagoon Ctre (PLA-16-001373) PV System on 4.3625acs at 101 Aupuni St, S. Hilo, TMK: 2-2-014:010.
2. *Engineering Partners/Tamosh LLC (PLA-17-001414) New commercial bldg on 22,000sf at 717 Manono St, S. Hilo, TMK: 2-2-034:083.
3.  *Donavan Keith & Kimberly R. K. Enanoria (PLA-17-001426) Warehouse/ofc on 30,056sf at 16-219 Mikahala St, Puna, TMK: 1-6-151:010.
4. *Fleming & Assoc/Trevor Rodrigues (PLA-17-00 1431) Veterinary Clinic on 1.0514acs at 819 Laukapu
St, S. Hilo, TMK: 2-2-050:043.
5. *Jan De Luz/Hilo Motors Building LLC (PLA-17-001432) Coffee shop on 1.0409acs at 1177 Kilauea Ave, S. Hilo, TMK: 2-2-053:001.
6. *James, Alyn, & Ben Ishii (PLA-17-001433) Commercial dev on 58,500sf at 972, 988 & 1006 Manono St, S. Hilo TMK: 2-2-027:038, 039 & 058.
7. *Waimea Village LLC, Commercial bldgs on 43,560sf at 64-1007 Mamalahoa Hwy, S. Kohala, TMK: 6-4-006:016.
8. *Central Pacific Bank/Greenpath Technologies (PLA-17-001417) New carport structures on 21,827sf
at 75-1010 Henry St., N. Kona, TMK 7-5-006:060.
9. *DPM Acquisitions LLC/Diamond Resorts (PLA-17-001427) Timeshare on 1.77ac at 75-5868 Alii Dr, N. Kona, TMK 7-5-018:011.
10.*Queen Liliuokalani Trust/Mauka Makai Farmers Markets LLC (PLA-17-001423) Open Market, on 6.67 ac. at 74-5511 Luhia St, N. Kona, TMK: 7-4-025:018.
    Maps/documents are on file & open for inspection during office hours 7:45am-4:30pm at the HI County Planning Dept, 101 Pauahi St, Ste 3, Hilo, or 74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Hwy, Bldg E, 2nd Floor, Kailua-Kona.
By: MICHAEL YEE, Planning Director
HI County is an Equal Opportunity Provider & Employer

(HTH1000675   6/15/17)~


PUBLIC NOTICE

BILL NO. 2649
ORDINANCE NO. B-2017-820
A BILL FOR AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. B-2016-812, AS AMENDED, RELATING TO THE OPERATING BUDGET OF THE COUNTY OF KAUA’I,  STATE OF HAWAI’I, FOR THE FISCAL YEAR JULY 1, 2016 THROUGH JUNE 30,  2017, BY REVISING THE AMOUNTS ESTIMATED IN THE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUND (Housing Agency, 3920 Haoa Street, #113 Purchase)

CERTIFICATE OF THE COUNTY CLERK

I hereby certify that Bill No. 2649 was adopted on second and final reading by the Council of the County of Kaua’i at its meeting held on May 31, 2017, by the following vote:

FOR ADOPTION: Brun, Chock, Kaneshiro,
  Kawakami, Yukimura, Rapozo TOTAL - 6,
AGAINST ADOPTION:    None   TOTAL - 0,
EXCUSED & NOT VOTING:  Kagawa   TOTAL - 1,
RECUSED & NOT VOTING: None   TOTAL - 0.

approved by the Mayor on June 7, 2017, and now has the effect of law as Ordinance No. B-2017-820.

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

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PUBLIC NOTICE

BILL NO. 2648
ORDINANCE NO. B-2017-819
A   BILL   FOR   AN   ORDINANCE   AMENDING   ORDINANCE NO. B 2016 812,  AS AMENDED, RELATING TO THE OPERATING BUDGET OF THE COUNTY OF KAUA’I, STATE OF HAWAI’I, FOR THE FISCAL YEAR JULY 1, 2016 THROUGH JUNE 30, 2017, BY REVISING THE AMOUNTS ESTIMATED IN THE SOLID WASTE FUND (SRF Loan Repayment - $17,595.00)

CERTIFICATE OF THE COUNTY CLERK

I hereby certify that Bill No. 2648 was adopted on second and final reading by the Council of the County of Kaua’i at its meeting held on May 31, 2017, by the following vote:

FOR ADOPTION: Brun, Chock, Kaneshiro,
  Kawakami, Yukimura, Rapozo TOTAL - 6,
AGAINST ADOPTION:    None   TOTAL - 0,
EXCUSED & NOT VOTING:  Kagawa   TOTAL - 1,
RECUSED & NOT VOTING: None   TOTAL - 0.

approved by the Mayor on June 7, 2017, and now has the effect of law as Ordinance No. B-2017-819.

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

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PUBLIC NOTICE

BILL NO. 2647, Draft 1
ORDINANCE NO. PM-2017-410
A BILL FOR AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 8, KAUA’I COUNTY CODE 1987, AS AMENDED, RELATING TO ZONING MAP ZM-PO 300 (CIRI Land Development Company, Applicant) (ZA 2017-2)

CERTIFICATE OF THE COUNTY CLERK

I hereby certify that Bill No. 2647, Draft 1, was adopted on second and final reading by the Council of the County of Kaua’i at its meeting held on May 31, 2017, by the following vote:

FOR ADOPTION: Brun, Chock, Kaneshiro,
  Kawakami, Rapozo               TOTAL - 5*,
AGAINST ADOPTION:    Yukimura               TOTAL - 1,
EXCUSED & NOT VOTING:  Kagawa               TOTAL - 1,
RECUSED & NOT VOTING: None               TOTAL - 0.

approved by the Mayor on June 7, 2017, and now has the effect of law as Ordinance No. PM-2017-410.

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

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

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

In accordance with Section 23-58B of the Subdivision Code, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following applications have been submitted.
1.  Subdivider STATE-DOT, AIRPORTS DIVISION (SUB-17-001724) Location: Waiakea, South Hilo, TMK: 2-1-012:009 & 2-1-013:143, Land Area: 1245.696 ac., No. of Lots: 12, Size of Lots:  0.682 to 1235.926 ac.
2. Subdivider AG-WP MAUNA KEA OWNER, LLC (SUB-17-001725) Location: Ouli, Waimea,  South Kohala, TMK: 6-2-021:006, Land Area:  7.720 ac., No. of Lots: 10 & Road Lot, Size of Lots: 0.388 to 1.331 ac.
Maps and documents for the above are on file at the County Planning Dept, 101 Pauahi St, Ste 3, Hilo HI 96720 or 74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Hwy, Bldg E 2nd Floor, Kailua-Kona HI 96740 and open to inspections during office hours 7:45am-4:30pm.
MICHAEL YEE, Planning Director

Hawai’i County is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer

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

In accordance with Section 23-58B of the Subdivision Code, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following applications have been submitted.
1.  Subdivider STATE-DOT, AIRPORTS DIVISION (SUB-17-001724) Location: Waiakea, South Hilo, TMK: 2-1-012:009 & 2-1-013:143, Land Area: 1245.696 ac., No. of Lots: 12, Size of Lots:  0.682 to 1235.926 ac.
2. Subdivider AG-WP MAUNA KEA OWNER, LLC (SUB-17-001725) Location: Ouli, Waimea,  South Kohala, TMK: 6-2-021:006, Land Area:  7.720 ac., No. of Lots: 10 & Road Lot, Size of Lots: 0.388 to 1.331 ac.
Maps and documents for the above are on file at the County Planning Dept, 101 Pauahi St, Ste 3, Hilo HI 96720 or 74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Hwy, Bldg E 2nd Floor, Kailua-Kona HI 96740 and open to inspections during office hours 7:45am-4:30pm.
MICHAEL YEE, Planning Director

Hawai’i County is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

Notice is hereby given that the Liquor Commission of the County of Hawaii, pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 281 of the Hawaii Revised Statutes, as amended, will hold a public hearing in the Meeting Room, Department of Liquor Control, Hilo Lagoon Centre, 101 Aupuni Street, Unit 230, Hilo, Hawaii, on Thursday, July 6, 2017, for the purpose of considering the application for liquor license set forth hereunder.

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

1. APPLICATION NO.: T16-29
APPLICANT:  Keoki’s Coffee and Donkey Balls Outlet LLC
TRADE NAME:  Keoki’s Coffee and Donkey Balls Outlet LLC
PLACE OF BUSINESS:  87 Banyan Drive, Hilo, Hawaii, TMK: 2-1-005:034 and 035
LICENSE APPLIED FOR: Sale and transfer of the Retail General liquor license currently held by Resorts Hawaii, Inc., dba Hilo Bay   Liquors
TIME OF HEARING:  10:00 A.M.

  By Order of the Liquor Commission
  of the County of Hawaii

  William Takaba, Chair

  By GERALD TAKASE, Director
DATE:  June 5, 2017

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