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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 21, 2006
MAYOR HANNEMANN SIGNS BILLS INTO LAW
Bill 39 (2006), C.D. 1, relating to a Kalihi-Palama zone change, rezones 2.047 acres of land on
Bill 40 (2006), C.D. 1, F.D. 1, relating to an Ewa zone change, rezones 35 acres from A-1 (Low Density Apartment District) to A-2 (Medium Density Apartment District) and 12 acres from I-1 (Limited Industrial District) to IMX-1 (Industrial-Commercial Mixed Use District). The apartment district change would permit a higher height limit, which can be used for more attractive rooflines with no added density. The industrial change will enable better site planning for a mixed-use area for this site and adjacent lands with the same industrial-commercial zoning.
Bill 41 (2006), C.D. 1, relating to amendments to a unilateral agreement for a future child care facility for Ewa by Gentry, amends two previous ordinances to rezone Ewa by Gentry lands by amending the unilateral agreements to expand the boundaries for the dedication of land for a future child-care facility from the Ewa by Gentry project area to the Ewa by Gentry/Ewa Makai project area.
Bill 43 (2006), C.D. 1, relating to an integrated solid waste management plan, requires that the City have a workable and usable 25-year integrated solid waste management plan and that this plan be revised every five years to reflect any changes to that plan.
Bill 44 (2006), C.D. 1, F.D. 1, relating to a Kapolei zone change, rezones 30 acres of land from AG-2 (General Agricultural District) to B-2 (Community Business District) to allow new activities, such as miniature golf, which are not permitted in an AG-2 District.
Bill 45 (2006), C.D. 1, relating to an amendment to the State Land Use District Boundary Map, reclassifies three acres of land in the State Land Use District from the Agricultural District to the Urban District. The change would place the entire site of the
Joyce Oliveira, Mayor’s Office, 523-4714
|Wednesday, June 21, 2006|