DATE: WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2022
PLACE: CITY COUNCIL CHAMBER
TIME: 10 A.M.
1. Resolution 22-202 – Confirming the reappointment of Mr. Pane Meatoga III to serve on the Planning Commission of the City and County of Honolulu.
2. Resolution 22-203 – Relating to the appointment of Jonathan Kaneshiro to serve on the Board of Water Supply of the City and County of Honolulu.
3. Resolution 22-204 – Confirming the reappointment of Mr. Grant Kagimoto to serve on the Grants In Aid Advisory Commission of the City and County of Honolulu.
4. Resolution 22-205 – Confirming the reappointment of Jay Higashi to serve on the Building Board of Appeals of the City and County of Honolulu.
5. Resolution 22-206 – Confirming the reappointment of Mr. Landon Kaneshiro to the Zoning Board of Appeals.
6. Resolution 22-210 – Confirming the appointment of Mr. Bradley Romine to serve on the Climate Change Commission of the City and County of Honolulu.
7. Bill 45 – Relating to the Royal Hawaiian Band. (Updating the performance fees of the Royal Hawaiian Band, which have not been updated in 20 years or longer, to better reflect the cost of putting on such performances.)
8. Resolution 22-182 – Authorizing the use of overt video monitoring in the City and County of Honolulu in Campbell Industrial Park to prevent and deter general criminal activity.
The items listed below have been published in anticipation of the actions to be taken by the Committee on Zoning and Planning; and therefore, the City Council may or may not take action on the items or any amendments proposed thereto.
9. Bill 10 and any amendments proposed thereto by the Committee on Zoning and Planning – Relating to use regulations. (Addressing the regulation of uses throughout Chapter 21, Revised Ordinances of Honolulu 1990 (“Land Use Ordinance”).
10. Bill 39 and any amendments proposed thereto by the Committee on Zoning and Planning – Relating to the adoption of the State Plumbing Code. (Adopting the Hawai’i State Plumbing Code, as required by HRS Sec.107-28, subject to local amendments.)
11. Bill 41 and any amendments proposed thereto by the Committee on Zoning and Planning – Relating to shoreline setbacks. (Updating ROH Chapter 23, relating to shoreline setbacks, to incorporate amendments made by Act 16, Session Laws of Hawaii 2020, to HRS Chapter 205A, the State Coastal Zone Management law, and to implement an erosion-rate-based shoreline setback formula.)
12. Bill 42 and any amendments proposed thereto by the Committee on Zoning and Planning – Relating to the special management area. (Updating ROH Chapter 25, relating to the special management area, and to incorporate amendments made by Act 16, Session Laws of Hawaii 2020, to HRS Chapter 205A, the State Coastal Zone Management law.)
13. Bill 46 and any amendments proposed thereto by the Committee on Zoning and Planning – Relating to height limits for rooftop structures. (Increasing the proliferation of rooftop solar panels by allowing rooftop solar panels to be placed above rooftop equipment and allowing the creation of new rooftop gathering space underneath rooftop solar panels.)
14. Bill 49 and any amendments proposed thereto by the Committee on Zoning and Planning – Relating to the transit-oriented development special district. [Expanding the transit-oriented development (“TOD”) special district to include three additional Honolulu Rail Transit Project station areas and to incorporate land use standards and guidelines for those areas based on the recommendations in the Aiea-Pearl City Neighborhood TOD Plan.]
15. Bill 50 and any amendments proposed thereto by the Committee on Zoning and Planning – To rezone land situated at Halawa – Pearl City and Waipahu, Oahu, Hawaii. (Rezoning land from the F-1 Military and Federal Preservation, P-2 General Preservation, AG-1 Restricted Agricultural, AG-2 General Agricultural, R-5 Residential, R-7.5 Residential, A-1 Low-density Apartment, A-2 Medium-density Apartment, B-2 Community Business, BMX-3 Community Business Mixed Use, I-2 Intensive Industrial, and IMX-1 Industrial- Commercial Mixed Use Districts to the P-2 General Preservation, AG-1 Restricted Agricultural, R-5 Residential, A-2 Medium density Apartment, AMX-2 Medium-density Apartment Mixed Use, AMX-3 High-density Apartment Mixed Use, B-1 Neighborhood Business, BMX-3 Community Business Mixed Use, and I-2 Intensive Industrial Districts.)
PUBLIC PARTICIPATION AND TESTIMONY
Pursuant to Act 220, Session Laws of Hawaii 2021, in order to allow public participation in a manner consistent with safe COVID-19 practices, this meeting will be conducted as a remote meeting by interactive conference technology, with the following procedures in effect for the meeting:
VIEWING THE MEETING
The meeting will be viewable: (1) by internet live streaming through https://www.honolulucitycouncil.org/meetings or olelo.org; (2) by televised live broadcast on ‘Olelo TV Channel 54; and (3) on the television situated outside the Council Chamber. Viewers who experience a loss of viewing signal should try switching to another viewing option.
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Some Councilmembers may be participating in the meeting by interactive conference technology from remote locations.
Oral testimony will be permitted on all items on the agenda, subject to the following restrictions:
Each speaker may not have anyone else read their statement and is limited to:
1. A three-minute presentation on Public Hearing and New Business items; and
2. A one-minute presentation on all other items.
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In-Person Testimony in the Council Chamber
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2. For each agenda item, when the item is taken up.
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CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU
TOMMY WATERS, CHAIR