DATE: WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 2019
PLACE: CITY COUNCIL CHAMBER
TIME: 10 A.M.
1. Resolution 19-184 – Confirming the appointment of Marc E. Dexter to serve on the Citizens Advisory Commission on Civil Defense of the City and County of Honolulu.
2. Resolution 19-185 – Confirming the reappointment of Christopher A. Dacus to serve on the Board of Parks and Recreation of the City and County of Honolulu.
3. Resolution 19-186 – Confirming the reappointment of Ricky H. Taniguchi to serve on the Board of Parks and Recreation of the City and County of Honolulu.
4. Resolution 19-200 – Confirming the appointment of Ms. Eileen Aki Marceau to serve on the Planning Commission of the City and County of Honolulu.
5. Resolution 19-201 – Confirming the appointment of Mr. Brian Lee to serve on the Planning Commission of the City and County of Honolulu.
6. Resolution 19-202 – Confirming the reappointment of Mr. Ken K. Hayashida to serve on the Planning Commission of the City and County of Honolulu.
7. Bill 25, CD1 – Relating to the adoption of the State Energy Conservation Code. [Regulating the design and construction of residential and commercial buildings for the effective use of energy through the adoption of the State Energy Conservation Code (2017), subject to the local amendments herein.]
8. Bill 41, CD1 – To adopt the revised Central Oahu Sustainable Communities Plan for the City and County of Honolulu. (Repealing the existing Sustainable Communities Plan for Central Oahu, Article 5, Chapter 24, Revised Ordinances of Honolulu 1990, and adopting a new Article 5 incorporating the revised Central Oahu Sustainable Communities Plan.)
9. Bill 42 – Amending Ordinance No. 18-39. (Updating and amending Ordinance 18-39 regarding the limitations on the City Subsidy to the capital cost of the Honolulu Rail Transit Project.)
10. Bill 43 – Relating to transportation sharing companies. (Establishing fees for the use of City real property by transportation sharing companies in order to help defray associated costs to the City, protect public health and safety, and ensure that the use of City real property by transportation sharing companies benefits the public.)
11. Bill 44 – Relating to shared micromobility vehicles. (Authorizing the City to reserve parking stalls and other areas for a fee for the deployment and parking of shared micromobility vehicles fleets, and to set the conditions and requirements for these permits.)
The items listed below have been published in anticipation of the actions to be taken by the Committee on Public Safety and Welfare; and therefore, the City Council may or may not take action on each of the items or any amendments proposed thereto.
12. Bill 39 – and any amendments proposed thereto by the Committee on Public Safety and Welfare – Establishing a program for extended lifeguard services within the Department of Emergency Services. (Establishing a program in the Department of Emergency Services to address public safety concerns arising from frequent drownings at public beach parks by extending lifeguard services at public beaches to cover day time hours.)
13. Bill 40 – and any amendments proposed thereto by the Committee on Public Safety and Welfare – Relating to plastic. (Addressing the provision of certain single-use plastic goods and plastic bags.)
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CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU
IKAIKA ANDERSON, CHAIR