Bill No. 52
I hereby certify that the following Bill passed first reading at the meeting of the Hawai’i County Council on July 6, 2023, by vote as listed below:
Bill 52: Repeals Ordinance No. 98-63, Which Amended Ordinance No. 95-70, and Repeals Ordinance No. 95-70, Which Amended Section 25-86 (North and South Kona Districts Zone Map), Article 3, Chapter 25 (Zoning Code) of the Hawai’i County Code, by Changing the District Classification from Agricultural-Twenty Acres (A-20a) to Agricultural-One Acre (A-1a), Agricultural-Three Acres (A-3a), Agricultural-Two Hundred Acres (A-200a), Agricultural-Two Hundred Fifty-Five Acres (A-255a), and Agricultural – Eight Thousand Acres (A-8000a) at Kealakekua, Kiloa, Waipunaula, Kalama Kumu, and Kalamakowali, South Kona, Hawai’i, Covered by TMKs: 8-2-012:001, 012, 014 (Por.), 015, and 8-2-001:101 (Formerly TMKs: 8-2-012:012 and a Portion of 001) (Planning Director Initiated) (Area: Approx. 11,185.708 acres). Due to the lack of quorum, the Leeward Planning Commission forwards its unfavorable recommendation to repeal the change of zoning district clarification for five parcels located approximately 1.2 miles east of the Hawai’i Belt Road in the vicinity of Greenwell Mountain Road and extending approximately 8.6 miles further east. The repeal would revert the zoning of these lands back to the Agricultural 20-acres (A-20a) zoning district. Ayes: Council Members Evans, Galimba, Inaba, Kagiwada, Kaneali’i-Kleinfelder, Kierkiewicz, Lee Loy, Villegas, and Chair Kimball – 9; Noes: None; Absent: None; Excused: None.
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