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"Talk Story" Meeting Notes


Ainakea Way - Ohua St.

Ohua St. - Kanekapolei St.

Kanekapolei St. - Lewers St.

Lewers St. - Niu St.

Hobron Lane area







Public Workshop
Meeting Notes

Notes Introduction

Ala Moana Notes

Ala Wai Notes

Kalakaua Notes

Kuhio Notes

Mauka-Makai Notes
















































   


    Since the initial stages of the project, the project team has undertaken a public
    outreach effort to solicit the input of the community, major stakeholders, and other
    interested groups and organizations.


   "Talk Story" Neighborhood Meetings


    
     The WLCP Project Team recently conducted a series of  five neighborhood
   meetings to update the Waikiki community on the status of the Waikiki Livable
   Community Project.

     The meetings were conducted in late April and May 2003, and flyers were
   mailed to all residents of Waikiki informing them of the date, time and place of
   the meetings. 


                           

     Workshop participants included residents, business leaders, political leaders,
   and other individuals involved in the Waikiki community.  Participants were
   encouraged to join discussion groups that reviewed the Street Visions and
   Livability Elements for the various corridors.  Each group was led by a workshop
   facilitator and group notes were recorded.  Participants gave their reactions and
   "brainstormed" ideas to assist the project team.



   Public Workshop



      A Public Workshop was held at the Waikiki Beach Marriott Hotel on October 29,
   2002.  Group sessions for the public that introduced various project
   concepts
for the major street systems and transportation corridors in Waikiki was
   held on the evening of October 28th before the Workshop.

      A major effort was made by the project team to advertise the Workshop through
   flyers, postcards, and a newspaper ad in the daily paper



     Workshop participants included residents, business leaders, political leaders,
   and other individuals involved in the Waikiki community.  Participants were
   encouraged to join discussion groups that reviewed the Street Visions and
   Livability Elements for the various corridors.  Each group was led by a workshop
   facilitator and group notes were recorded.  Participants gave their reactions and
   "brainstormed" ideas to assist the project team.





 

  
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Last Reviewed: Wednesday, August 08, 2007