DATE: WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2018
PLACE: CITY COUNCIL CHAMBER
TIME: 10 A.M.
1. Resolution 18-172 – Relating to the appointment of Max J. Sword to serve on the Board of Water Supply of the City and County of Honolulu.
2. Resolution 18-173 – Relating to the appointment of Ken C. Kawahara to the Zoning Board of Appeals.
3. Resolution 18-182 – Confirming the appointment of Jason C. Takara to serve on the Building Board of Appeals of the City and County of Honolulu.
4. Resolution 18-183 – Authorizing the use of overt video monitoring in the City and County of Honolulu to prevent and deter general criminal activity and achieve the legitimate law enforcement objective and legitimate public purpose of ensuring a safe and secure 2018 Honolulu Marathon event.
5. Bill 45, CD1 – Relating to the Haleiwa Special District. (Amending certain provisions, a table and a map pertaining to the Haleiwa Special District, ensuring that the district regulations continue to fulfill their purpose of guiding development and protecting and enhancing the physical and visual aspects of the Haleiwa Special District for the benefit of the community as a whole.)
6. Bill 46, CD1 – Relating to the Haleiwa Special District. (Amending certain provisions, a table and a map pertaining to the Haleiwa Special District, ensuring that the district regulations continue to fulfill their purpose of guiding development and protecting and enhancing the physical and visual aspects of the Haleiwa Special District for the benefit of the community as a whole.) (Deadline: 1/25/19)
7. Bill 47, CD1 – Relating to mobile commercial establishments. (Establishing mobile commercial establishments as a permitted use in all apartment mixed use, resort, business, and industrial zoning districts, encouraging innovation and entrepreneurship via mobile commercial establishments, and establishing land use standards for those mobile commercial establishments.) (Deadline: 1/25/19)
8. Bill 51, CD1 – Relating to obstructions on public sidewalks. (Providing for the unobstructed traversing upon public sidewalks by pedestrians during the hours from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., subject to certain exceptions.)
9. Bill 52, CD1 – Relating to illegal lodging. (Continuing active communication regarding the shelter facilities available to those who would greatly benefit from these resources, offering to transport individuals to shelter facilities, and informing and encouraging those who would benefit from shelter facilities to make use of those resources.)
10. Bill 57, CD1 – Establishing a program for the operation of alternative modes of transportation in the City. (Establishing a program to promote the use alternative modes of transportation in the City.)
11. Bill 58 – Relating to City Boards and Commissions. (Further addressing the Council’s responsibilities for the periodic review and evaluation of certain City boards and commissions pursuant to ROH Chapter 3, Article 15.)
12. Bill 60, CD1 – Relating to violations of stop work orders. (Strengthening enforcement of provisions of stop work orders stemming from violations of building, electrical, plumbing, and sidewalk permits or failure to obtain a permit.)
13. Bill 61 – Relating to crosswalks. (Requiring public notice, input, and engagement in proposals by the City Administration to remove or relocate crosswalks.)
14. Bill 62 – Relating to the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation. (Requiring the Executive Director of the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation to report to the Mayor and the Council when a change order to a contract for the fixed guideway system meets certain threshold criteria.)
15. CR-307 – Recommendations on the review and evaluation of the Citizens Advisory Commission on Civil Defense.
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CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU
ERNEST Y. MARTIN, CHAIR