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Liliha/Puunui/Alewa/Kamehameha Heights N.B. No. 14

AT-LARGE (3 Seats available)

BERRIS, Robert M.

My name is Robert Berris and I would like to serve on neighborhood board 14. I am a self-employed real-estate agent, and have a calling to serve neighborhood 14. My concerns regarding the youth, roads, and future of our community has inspired me to submit my application. Please consider my application to serve on neighborhood board 14. Thank you.

 

DOS SANTOS-TAM, Tyler F.

Aloha neighbors! I've served as an at-large member of our board since 2011, and I humbly ask for your vote in this election. I pledge to continue advocating for safer conditions for pedestrians, particularly in areas without adequate sidewalks, curbs, and crosswalks. As we are one of the only boards on social media, I also pledge to expand our outreach on twitter (@NBoard14) and facebook. Mahalo!

 

HO, Bixby K.G.

I am a strong community activist; recently I volunteered to serve the Neighborhood board in September 2012. It provides me the capacity to work with other board members and the ability to meet the concerns of my neighbors. Please give me the chance to serve once again. Mahalo.

 

KUO, Loy

Aloha, I lived in this neighborhood for about 30 years and would like to fill a seat. I previously served from 2005 to 2009 and appreciate how the board can make positive differences. I am a McKinley High School graduate and work for the City Department of Environmental Services since 2009. Mahalo and have a blessed day

OKI, Ethann Makana

Ethann Makana Oki, a resident of NH Dist. 14. My Ohana and I have lived here on Mahalo Street since 1985. I have been educated here in our community at Maemae Elem and Kawananakoa Inter. I attended and graduated from St. Louis High. I received my Bachelors Degree from UH. I'm combat Veteran with the Hawaii Army National Guard (05/09), and currently working at the Hawaii State Legislature.

 

SUBDISTRICT 01  (2 Seats available)

 

SUBDISTRICT 02  (2 Seats available)  

FONG, Wesley F.

Incumbent and Vice Chair.  Alewa Heights resident for over 40 years. Former attorney for the State and City.  Now teaches law at the U.H. Vietnam veteran and Colonel (ret), U.S. Army. Recipient of Jefferson Award for Public Service and Distinguished U.H. Alumni Award. Wes would like to continue to serve his community with safety, security and city and state facility maintenance his priorities.

 

MITSUDA, Brandon R.

I promise that I will always listen to your concerns & work hard for you! I helped to start more neighborhood security watches that are stopping crime. I will continue to focus on road improvements, crime prevention, reducing speeding, traffic safety improvements, & increasing overall public safety. Thank you so much for your support, & please contact me at 387-0755 or at brandonmitsuda@gmail.com.

 

SUBDISTRICT 03  (4 Seats available)        

KAAPU, Carole K.

I am currently on Neighborhood Board 14 and would like to continue to serve the people I represent. I also serve with the Lanakila Senior Center Advisory Board.

 

NITTA, Donald K.

I have seen the changes in this community over the years. Currently, I serve and support my community on the neighborhood board. I realized my concerns are the same as my neighbors. I am dedicated to provide information and answers to my community and governing agencies. I want to be involved to ensure a safe neighborhood for my family and the other families in my community. 

 

WHITE, Dale

 

SUBDISTRICT 04  (1 Seat available)  

 

 

SUBDISTRICT 05   (1 Seat available)  

STUBBS, Robert

As chair of Neighborhood Board #14, it is rewarding to develop consensus and see that the focus of our area priorities are not lost in the mix of demands on government officials.  Priorities are availability of emergency services, assuring infrastructure is in good working order, community accessibility, and preserving culture and history.  I humbly request your support.  Mahalo piha.

 

Last Reviewed: Thursday, March 21, 2013