DATE: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2019
PLACE: CITY COUNCIL CHAMBER
TIME: 10 A.M.
1. Bill 2, CD1 – Relating to Interim Planned Development Permits for transit- oriented development within close proximity to future rail stations. (Amending the provisions of the Land Use Ordinance pertaining to the Interim Planned Development-Transit Permit in the future Transit-Oriented Development Special District areas.)
2. Bill 27 – To rezone land situated at Kaneohe, Oahu, Hawaii. (Rezoning land from the P-2 General Preservation District to the R-7.5 Residential District.) (Applicant: Horseshoe Land Company, LLC)
3. Bill 28, CD1 – Relating to affordable housing incentives. (Amending the affordable housing incentives enacted by Ordinance 18-1, as amended by Ordinance 19-8.)
4. Bill 50, CD1 – Relating to the Building Code. (Updating Chapter 16, Revised Ordinances of Honolulu 1990, by adopting the State Building Code, the State Residential Code, and the International Existing Building Code, subject to local amendments herein, and amending Article 14.)
5. Bill 51, CD1 – Relating to tourism. (Establishing a “Keep Hawaii Hawaii — Promise to Our Keiki Pledge” for visitors to the City and County of Honolulu, similar to the Pono Pledge campaign of Hawaii Island and the Aloha Pledge of Kauai, both of which are aimed at promoting visitor awareness and on-island behaviors that are as environmentally responsible and culturally sensitive as possible.)
6. Bill 52, CD1 – Relating to parks. (Protecting the public health and safety by establishing criteria and procedures for the closure of City parks at night.)
7. Bill 53 – Relating to motorcycles and mopeds. (Amending the City’s Traffic Code to address noise caused by the operation of motorcycles and mopeds.)
8. Bill 54 – Relating to public parks. (Regulating the use of canopies, pallets, platform trucks, tarps and wheeled devices in City parks.)
9. Bill 55, CD1 – Relating to real property taxation. (Creating a real property tax classification for properties used for bed and breakfast home purposes and clarifying the classification of transient vacation units.)
10. Resolution 19-261 – 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 2019 Honolulu Marathon event.
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CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU
IKAIKA ANDERSON, CHAIR