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EWA NEIGHBORHOOD BOARD

 

DRAFT- REGULAR MEETING MINUTES

THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 2010

EWA PUBLIC LIBRARY

 

CALL TO ORDER: Chair Kurt Fevella called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. with a quorum of nine (nine) members present. Note: This 11- member Board requires six (6) members to establish a quorum and to take official Board action.

 

MEMBERS PRESENT: Sandra Arakaki, Tom Berg, Kurt Fevella, Steve Knauer, Celeste Lacuesta (Left at 8:45 p.m.), Roger Lacuesta (left at (8:45 p.m.), Coby Lynn, Marcie-Ann Nagata (arrived at 7:45 p.m./left at 8:45 p.m.), and Mitchell Tynanes.

 

MEMBERS ABSENT: Mary Chanel- Benjamin.

 

GUESTS: Millie Chambrella, James K. Kanahele, Darryl Hobson, Diane Bollet, Will Fisher,

Maria Violeta Blando, Marceneri Samesnte, Nicole Victoria Durango, Chele` Turnoc, and Chaneal Rodriguez, Oscar Ramiscal (Campbell High School Media); Michael Arakaki, Ernest Lopez, Sherry A. Bates, Mark Giblin, Matthew Walter, Jame` Schaedel and John Gollner (Office of Representative Kymberly Pine), Linda Darden (James Campbell High School), Eleanor Rolark, Cynthia Gueso, Desiree Cabus, Ellen Thompson, Davina Elgarico, Tracy Omori (Office of Councilmember Todd Apo), Pat Bolo (Office of Representative Rida Cabanilla), Tanya Tehotu, Shiney Santana, and MI (Waianae Community Outreach); Lawrence Sanchez, Maria Kyi, Commissioner Ron Mobley, Commissioner Jeanette Nekota, Commissioner Bob Finley (Neighborhood Commission), Executive Secretary Joan Manke (Neighborhood Commission Office), Senator Will Espero, Marilyn Correa, Doug Correa, Captain Dwayne Lee (Honolulu Fire Department-Ewa Beach), Lt. J. Bruchal (Honolulu Police Department, District 8, Kapolei), Edgar Namoca, Officer Mark Ramos (Honolulu Police Department-Ewa Weed & Seed), Nola J. Frank (Neighborhood Commission Office).

 

Certificate of Appreciation – Vice-Chair Mitchell Tynanes read the certificate of appreciation for former Mayor’s Representative Joyce Oliveira for all her help and efforts from 2005-2009. The certificate will be forwarded to Oliveira.

 

Board Chair Resignation – Chair Fevella announced that requests have been received for changes and reconstruction of the board. For the best interest of the community announced that effective immediately he was resigning as Board chair; and asked that Board members and the community to honor his resignation. It was recommended that future Board members planning to run for political office not hold the position of Board chair to keep this Board from becoming a political Board.

 

Discussion – Oamilda personally accepted the resignation and noted if it could be put in writing for the record.

 

The gavel was relinquished to Vice Chair Mitchell Tynanes who resumed the agenda order.

 

INTRODUCTION OF BOARD MEMBERS: Board members introduced themselves at this time.

 

CITY MONTHLY REPORTS:

 

Honolulu Fire Department (HFD) – Captain D. Lee reported the following:

 

  • Monthly Statistics – Totaled 120 alarms for the district consisting of 1 structure, 6 wildland, and 6 rubbish; emergencies – 77 medical, 1 search/rescue, and 29 miscellaneous; and no major or unusual incidents.
  • Fire Safety Tip – In a fire, medical, or other emergency, it is critical that emergency responders quickly identify the correct location. Fire, building, U.S. postal codes, and City ordinances state that property owners shall place their house numbers so it is legible and readily visible from the street. This will assist HFD and other first responders in quickly locating your house in the event of an emergency. If your property is difficult to locate and/or access, provide 911 dispatchers with additional information to assist them in locating your property during an emergency.

Questions, comments and concerns followed:

 

1)       Illegal Fireworks – a) Concerns were raised about the health effects to children and adults from the bomb like/aerial illegal fireworks.  b) Pets were also affected by the large bomb like fireworks set off during and after New Year’s Eve.

 

Honolulu Police Department (HPD) – Lt. J. Bruchal circulated the statistics report and highlighted:

 

  • December 2009 Statistics – 2 sexual assaults, 2 robberies, 18 burglaries, 37 UEMV (unauthorized entry into a motor vehicle), 10 auto thefts, 46 thefts, 24 property damage, 69 motor vehicle collisions; 2034 total district calls; and 533 district arrests.
  • Community Police Team Message of the Month – Happy New Year! HPD would like to remind everyone that when driving please do not:

Ø       Speed or drive in a reckless manner.

Ø       Use the cell phone or any other hand held device while driving.

Ø       Forget to use the seatbelt while driving and make sure all passengers are using them as well.

Ø       Drive the vehicle while intoxicated; have a designated driver.

Ø       All of these simple rules are broken daily, and because of this people can cause serious injury or death. In order for this state to have a NON-FATALITY 2010 year everyone must remember to abide by these laws. So, please remember this before getting behind the wheel of your vehicle.

  • Happy New Year Greetings – On behalf of Major Moses and the District 8 (Kapolei) crew, have a safe and Happy New Year.

 

Questions, comments, and concerns followed:

 

1)       Crimes –The economy reflects crime rates specifically property type crimes. HPD will continue to manage safety programs and continue enforcement efforts to control what is expected as a result of the economy.

2)       Holiday Fatality Statistics – District fatalities have declined in the last two years.

3)       HPD Department Cutbacks – There are no definite figures relative to department cutbacks and only so much money to utilize.

4)       Mahalo – HPD was thanked for protecting the community.

5)       Hanakahi and Kuhina Street Safety Concerns – Regarding safety concern about near vehicle/pedestrian accidents at this intersection, HPD will continue to monitor the area with traffic enforcement a priority; and possibly post an officer there from time to time.

 

Ewa Weed & Seed (EWS) – Officer M. Ramos distributed the monthly statistics and was available for questions.

 

Questions, comments and concerns:

 

1)       Funding Status – The Ewa Weed & Seed received a $148,000 federal grant for enforcement, events, mentoring, and seeding events with the community.

2)       Manpower – Weed & Seed does work with the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Manpower differs from case to case.

3)       Contact Information – Call the Ewa Beach Lions Club and ask to be transferred to the Ewa Weed & Seed (EWS) office. If was asked if the WS phone number could be included with the statistics report.

4)       Mahalo – Ewa Weed & Seed officers’ were thanked for their hard work in the community.

 

Mayor Mufi Hannemann’s Representative – Ross Tanimoto was unable to be in attendance tonight.

 

Board of Water Supply (BWS) – Keoni Mattos was unable to attend tonight’s meeting; a copy of the report was emailed to the chair.

 

Councilmember Todd Apo – Tracy Omori circulated the written report which included the 2009 summary newsletter; and was available for questions.

 

Questions, comments, and concerns followed:

 

1)       Ewa Development Plan (EDP) – a) The EDP must be presented to the Neighborhood Board before going to the Planning Commission, but is behind schedule and has been delayed. b) It was stated that according to Council Chair Apo at a previous meeting, the EDP would be brought to the community first for dialogue, discussion, and input before it is submitted to the Planning Commission.

 

7:25 p.m. recess; 7:27 p.m. the meeting reconvened. Vice Chair Tynanes stated that all questions would be addressed to the chair, and that there would be no more outbursts or profanity from Board members or guests.

 

2)       Ocean Point Park – Updates will be provided when they are received.

3)       Barriers at Oneula Beach Park and the Procurement Waiver – Mayor’s representative Ross Tanimoto reported on this matter at a previous meeting that the document was received and researched. The City Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) are taking full responsibility.

4)       Capital Improvement Project (CIP) request for Oneula Beach Park Improvements – CIP funding was requested, asking why is so much funding spent on Asing and Mahiko Parks.  The Ewa Beach Lions Club has adopted Oneula Beach Park and is working with DPR. Maintenance fees are being utilized to pay to dispose of r tires, burnt cars, car batteries, etc.

5)       Dog Park Request – A resident noted that a call was made to Rep. Pine’s office requesting a dog park at Puuloa Neighborhood Park, which is barely used, but abused by park users on furlough Fridays.

·         A suggestion was to place this item on the February agenda and referrer the matter to the Parks and Recreation Committee to identify what is suitable for a dog park. A letter to DPR requesting a dog park was recommended. It was mentioned that Asing Park was previously proposed for a dog park.

·         Berg moved that a draft letter requesting an Ewa Beach Dog Park be sent to the City Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR).

Discussion followed with the dog park request being referred to the Parks and Recreation Committee for discussion before drafting a letter. Berg withdrew the motion.

6)       Ewa Development Plan – A regional meeting for community input was requested, and referred to the Planning, Permitting and Zoning committee. Chair Tynanes recommended a meeting prior to drafting a letter. An all committees’ meeting will be scheduled before the next Board meeting.

7)       Comments relating to Ewa Beach Parks – It was pointed out that the community has not been approached by the Board with any plans on Ewa Beach parks. Parks in Ewa Beach are much safer than parks in other area.

8)       Oneula Beach Park Barriers – An update is yet to be received.

9)       Varona Village – Concern was expressed about funding for Mahiko Park, when Varona Village residents live in shacks that have not been upgraded. Per the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands meeting last night, no residents will be removed; new development will build around the area. This concern was referred to the planning, permitting, and zoning committee. Another suggestion was to have a separate Varona Village meeting. Fevella moved, and C. Lauesta seconded to have a separate meeting on the Varona Village issues at either Mahiko or Asing Park. Discussion followed. The motion to have a separate meeting on the Varona Village issues at Mahiko Park was ADOPTED, 9-1-0 (AYE: Arakaki, Berg, Fevella, Knauer, C. Lacuesta, R. Lacuesta, Nagata, Oamilda, Tynanes; NO. Lynn).

10)   Ewa’s Managers Mansion – A comment was made that the Mayor discontinued the Family Fun Fair held at this location. Omori explained the reason being that the building is unsafe. The reason was requested in writing.

11)   Reminder – Everyone was reminded about using negative name dropping.

 

RESIDENTS’/COMMUNITY CONCERNS:

 

New Ewa Beach Supermarket – a) Attempts are being made to bring a Farmer’s Market to this parking lot once a week. A meeting with the Ewa Beach Shopping Center owner’s is scheduled for this Friday at 9:00 a.m. b) A Farmer’s Market is held once a week at Ewa Beach Community Park from 4:00 – 7:00 p.m. c) Longs location is being revamped and it is hopeful it will be in full operation in August 2010.

 

7:55 p.m. Recess; 8:05 p.m. meeting reconvened.

 

RESIDENTS’/COMMUNITY CONCERNS CONTINUED:

 

  1. Introductions – Joan Manke, Executive Secretary for the Neighborhood Commission Office, and Commissioners Ron Mobley, Jeanette Nekota, and Robert Finley were introduced.
  2. Furlough Fridays – Concern was raised that due to furlough Friday’s math and English is being taught twice weekly.

 

  1. Phocus Rally – A rally called “Stop Stepping on Children” will be held on Tuesday, January 26, 2010 at 11:00 a.m. at the State Capitol. Call (808) 220-3210 for more information.
  2. Child Care Funding Cuts – Starting February 1, 2010 child care funding for low income families will be cut. People working on a night shift are disqualified from receiving subsidy. However, applications are available for a four-month emergency funding. Consequences are that approximately 50 preschools may be closed.
  3. Special Board Meeting for Reorganization of Board Officers – It was suggested to get clarification from the Neighborhood Commission Office on this matter.  

Berg moved requesting to add to the agenda a special meeting for the reorganization of Board officers to be held on Monday, January 18, 2010 at the Ewa Beach Library.

 

Discussion followed:

 

  1. Notice – It is required that the meeting be noticed six (6) days prior to the meeting.
  2. Commissioner Ron Mobley explained that any item requested to be placed on tonight’s agenda must first be voted on with a 2/3 (8) to be placd on the agenda; if the motion is adopted, a second vote must be taken (passing with a 2/3 vote) adding the requested item to the agenda. Oamilda questioned if Mobley is a parliamentarian and Mobley replied yes.
  3. The two motions previously made were moot due to not first voting to add the item to the agenda; and if adopted, adding the item to the agenda.
  4. After Adjournment of the December 2009 Board Meeting – A resident raised concern that after the adjournment of the December 2009 meeting a State representative was upset and approached several people outside of the meeting room to reconvene the meeting. The resident state that the Board should not be influenced by State representatives.

 

Point of order, Knauer noted to have the Neighborhood Commission Office clarify that a special meeting to reorganize Board officers could be held. Chair Tynanes acknowledged the point of order.

 

8:13 – 8:14 p.m. Recess. The agenda order resumed.

 

Illegal Fireworks – Rep. Pine’s offices suggested a petition from the community. Currently, the petition consists of three pages and will be forwarded to Rep. Pine. It was recommended that violators be reported, a police report filed and to contact legislators regarding the issue.

 

Board Letter Regarding Illegal FireworksC. Lacuesta moved, and R. Lacuesta seconded that a letter regarding illegal fireworks be added to the agenda. The motion was ADOPTED by UNANIMOUS CONSENT 10-0-0 (AYE: Arakaki, Berg, Fevella, Knauer, C. Lacuesta, R. Lacuesta, Lynn, Nagata, Oamilda, Tynanes).

 

Tynanes moved, and C Lacuesta SECONDED adding that a letter from the Board regarding illegal fireworks using the petition’s tile be drafted. The motion was ADOPTED, by UNANIMOUS CONSENT 9-1-0, (AYE: Arakaki, Berg, Fevella, Knauer, C. Lacuesta, R. Lacuesta, Lynn, Nagata, Tynanes; No:  Oamilda).

 

APPROVAL OF MINUTES (October 2009, November 2009, December 2009)Lynn moved, and Fevella seconded to approve the regular meeting minutes of October 2009, November 2009, and December 2009.

 

Discussion followed: Berg asked that the minutes be deferred due to discrepancies, inaccuracies, and misrepresentations. It was noted that the last three meetings were difficult. Vice Chair Tynanes mentioned that it was previously announced that any corrections/additions to the minutes be sent to the Neighborhood Assistant (NA) who will forward them to Board members for Board review before the next Board meeting for approval. The motion FAILED to be ADOPTED, 5-2-0 (AYE: Arakaki, Fevella, Knauer, Lynn, Tynanes; No: Berg, Oamilda. This Board requires six (6) votes for a motion to be adopted.

 

BOARD BUSINESS:

 

Agenda Item Request to be placed on the next Board meeting agenda –Removal of Concrete Barriers at Oneula Beach Park

 

Comments:

 

  • The problem is not the barriers, but parenting.
  • Berg noted that only one of his four agenda items requested were on tonight’s agenda.
  • The jersey barriers were placed at the park without a public hearing.
  • It is not known if the barriers are temporary or permanent.

 

REPORTS:

 

Treasurer’s – Treasurer Knauer reported expenditures in the Operating Account were $65.32, leaving the balance at $1,093.66; no expenditures in the Publicity Account leaving the balance at $1,750.00.

 

Fevella moved, and C. Lacuesta seconded to add the item draft letter regarding illegal fireworks to the agenda. The motion was ADOPTED by UNANIMOUSLY CONSENT, 10-0-0 (AYE: Arakaki, Berg, Fevella, Knauer, C. Lacuesta, R. Lacuesta, Lynn, Nagata, Oamilda, Tynanes).

 

Tynanes moved, and C. Lacuesta seconded adding that a letter from the regarding illegal fireworks be drafted. The motion was ADOPTED, 9-1-0 (AYE: Arakaki, Berg, Fevella, Knauer C. Lacuesta, R. Lacuesta, Lynn, Nagata, Tynanes; NO:  Oamilda).

 

8:37 p.m. C. Lacuesta, R. Lacuesta and Nagata departed the meeting; 7 members present.

 

Parks and Recreation – Chair Fevella reported:

 

  • Ewa Mahiko Park – Groundbreaking for the new facilities recently took place with the completion date for 2011.
  • Adopt-A-Park – The next Oneula Beach Park clean-up is scheduled for Saturday, January 30, 2010, from 8:00 a.m. to 12 noon; lunch will be provided by the Ewa Beach Lions Club.

 

Legislative & Capital Improvement Program – Chair Berg suggested that the Board formulate testimonies for this legislative session; and will be participating in the Board’s All Committee’s meeting.

 

Parks and Recreation – Chair Fevella reported:

 

  • The Ewa Mahiko Park - Groundbreaking for the new facilities recently took place with the completion date set for 2011.
  • Adopt-A-Park – The next clean-up is scheduled for Saturday, January 30, 2010 from 8:00 a.m. to 12 noon. Lunch will be provided by the Ewa Beach Lions Club.

 

Questions, comments and concerns followed:

 

Oneula Beach Park Barriers – Clarification was requested whether the barriers are temporary or permanent. Berg moved, and seconded by Arakai to add this item to the February meeting agenda. The motion FAILED to be ADOPTED, 3-4-0, (AYE: Arakaki, Berg, Oamilda; NO: Fevella, Knauer, Lynn, Tynanes).

 

All Committees’ Meeting – Chair Tynanes announced that an All Committee’s Meeting would be scheduled at 6:00 p.m. on February 11, 2010 before the Board meeting.

 

O`ahu Metropolitan Planning Organization (OMPO) Citizen’s Advisory Committee (CAC) – Chair Lynn noted that a report would be given at the next Board meeting.

 

Point of order by Berg – Relayed in support of the CAC, asking that there be no delays to the Leeward Bikeway, and direction be given to the Board. Chair acknowledged the comment.

 

Elected Officials:

 

Board of Education (BOE) – A representative was not present.

 

Governor Linda Lingle’s Representative – Tommy Johnson reported the following:

 

  • Highway Improvements – Tow major highway improvements projects were out for bids (H-1 PM counter flow lanes, and Pearl City and Waimalu viaducts projects). The projects cost $75 million with 90% ($69 million) being paid with federal Department of Transportation Services (DOT) funding.
  • Governor Lingle Honored – Governor Lingle was honored for her support of the military at the 9th Annual Chamber of Commerce (U.S. Military Partnership) Conference, and received the Exceptional Service Award.

 

Questions, comments and concerns followed:

 

1)       Congratulations to State Department of Transportation (DOT) – DOT was thanked for the Fort Weaver Road Project. Everyone was reminded that there would be a meeting at the State Capitol the following Monday from 9-11 a.m. on the rail project. It was mentioned that the Ewa Beach residents were left out of the rail project discussions and that a transit station should have been planned for Ewa Beach. It was explained that several meetings were held.

2)       Rail Comments – a) It was mentioned that the Ewa Beach residents were left out of the rail project discussions and that a transit station should have been planned for Ewa Beach. b) On the contrary, It was explained that several meetings on the rail project had already taken place and that the community had an opportunity to provide input. c) Alternatives other than rail should be used to stimulate the economy.

 

Senator Will Espero – Senator Espero circulated his written report and highlighted:

 

  • 2010 Legislative Session – The 2010 Legislative Session starts next Wednesday on a low key basis with no leis, food or entertainment; strictly business. The main issue is the balance the budget with deficit at one billion plus.

 

Questions, comments and concerns followed:

 

1)       Excise Tax Increase – A suggestion was made to increase the tobacco tax selling cigarettes for a dollar each stick.

2)       Fireworks Bills

o        The community is split on this issue.

o        Comment – The key to the contraband issue (illegal fireworks) is the inspection of containers entering Honolulu Harbor; the need for more inspectors is evident.

o        Five percent of domestic containers are inspected (5,000 out of 10,000); base on visual and measurements taken. Inspectors have no dogs or detection devices.

3)       Sustainability Growth and Agriculture Lands – Regarding whether the Governor supports using part of the Aloun Farm agriculture land, the Hoopili Project will include 12,000 homes, schools, 7,000 jobs, a shopping center, etc. All this was planned by the state/city 30-40 years ago as part of the urban corridor from Hawaii Kai to Kapolei, which is the last piece of the puzzle to be completed. Oahu has no shortages of agriculture lands. Relative to food sustainability, five percent of the food grown in the state is for consumption; it was agreed that more agriculture is needed.

 

Point of Order, Knauer noting no editorializing is needed; Chair agreed.

 

4)       Fort Weaver Road Widening – The Fort Weaver Road widening was completed in December 2009.

5)       North South Road – As chair and member of the Oahu Metropolitan Planning Organization (OMPO) the Senator made the North South Road a priority in 2000. Through his efforts ground breaking for the North South Road took place in 2004; and is expected to open next month.

6)       Ewa Makai Middle School – $68 million was secured in 2007 to construct Ewa Middle School, which is expected to open in January 2011.

7)       OMPO – A copy of the July 7, 2009 Leeward bikeway delay was requested. The Governor and State Department of Transportation (DOT) requested the 10-year delay due to complications of road from Nanakuli to Pearl Harbor. It was noted that construction may start this year.

 

Representative Rida Cabanilla – Pat Bolo distributed the written report and highlighted:

 

  • Ewa Mahiko Park –On Monday January 11, 2010, Rep. Cabanilla attended the Ewa Mahiko Park gymnasium groundbreaking ceremony.
  • North South Road – Frequent inquires have been made to Brennon Morioka, Director for the State Department of Transportation (DOT) regarding the date for the opening of this road. Tentative date for opening is February 11, 2010 and included the opening of Kapolei Parkway, which connects with the North South Road.
  • Installation of Traffic Signal at Kapolei Parkway and Kolowaka Avenue – For safety concerns, Rep. Cabanilla is working with DOT to make sure a traffic signal is installed at this intersection before the North South Road is open.
  • Street Light Request – Constituents have requested a need for a street light at the intersection of Renton Road and Roosevelt Road. Money was successfully allocated in the 2009 budget. However, DOT Director Morioka recommended to the Governor that funding not be released for this street light. Berg moved, and Fevella secondedthat a letter of support for funding of a street light at the intersection of Renton Road and Roosevelt Road be released by the Governor. The motion was ADOPTED by UNANIMOUS CONSENT, 7-0-0 (AYE: Arakaki, Berg, Fevella, Knauer, Lynn, Oamilda, Tynanes).

 

Representative Kymberly Pine – Rep. Pine circulated her written report and highlighted:

 

  • Effort to Bring Farmer’s Market to Ewa Beach Shopping Center – Since the closing of Star Market, attempts have been made by a group of people to have a farmer’s market at this location once a week. Rep. Pine has worked with the center’s management team and merchant’s association to explore options. It was conveyed last week that the shopping center owners decided not to allow a farmer’s market on the property citing that selling produce in the parking lot would compete with the shopping center tenants.
  • Elder Abuse – Elder abuse is a big bi-partisan effort.
  • Tougher Illegal Fireworks Laws – Supports tougher DUI laws and illegal fireworks offences. It may be proposed to have up to a $10,000 reward for those reporting illegal fireworks and violators.
  • Campbell High School Media – The Campbell High School Media was thanked for doing a great job videotaping the Board meetings.
  • Bad Behavior – Rep. Pine apologized for the bad behavior of Board members and these community the past few months.

 

Questions, comments, and concerns:

 

1)       Award for those Reporting Illegal Fireworks – Every effort will be made to get funding for a reward.

2)       Ewa Airfield – It was mentioned that the Board took a position in support of preservation of the

Ewa Airfield, which is not supported by the military’s $145,000 grant Sec. 106 (Navy). It was suggested to seek assistance from the Navy.

3)       Graffiti –Graffiti offenders should receive stiffer penalties, fines, and jail time.

4)       Archaeological Site – Follow up will be done regarding the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands (DHHL) planned housing to be built next to the North South Road; and the archaeological site located above White Plains Beach.

 

Other Reports:

 

  • Department of Hawaiian Home Lands (DHHL) – Darrell In was unable to be in attendance tonight; the chair was provided with a copy of the report.
  • DR Horton – No report.
  • Gentry Homes – No report.
  • Haseko – No report
  • Hawaii Community Development Authority (HCDA) – No report.

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS:

 

  • Friends of Ewa Beach Library Book Sale – The Friends of Ewa Beach Library Book sale will take place on Saturday, February 13, 2010 from 10:30-2:00 p.m. Presale for members is Thursday, February 11, 2010 (2:30-4:00 p.m.) and Saturday, February 13 (10:00-10:30 a.m.).
  • Bulky Item Pick-Up – Bulky item pick-up schedules were circulated.
  • Lions Club Chicken Sale Fundraiser – The Lions Club will be having a chicken sale ($8.00 per) on Saturday, January 23, 2010 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., at the Ewa Beach Shopping Center.
  • Barber’s Point Shelter – Tanya Tehoto announced that the shelter is located in White Plains at Kalaeloa, sheltering 165 families and 152 individuals. Currently there are 20 units available.
  • Next Meeting – The next meeting will be held on Thursday, February 11, 2010, Ewa Beach Public Library (91-950 North Road) at 7:00 p.m.
  • Broadcast – Board meetings are shown on `Olelo Channel 49, Sundays at 9:00 p.m.

 

ADJOURNMENT:  The meeting adjourned at 9:50 p.m.

 

Submitted by, Nola J. Frank

Neighborhood Assistant

 

Reviewed by, Mitchell Tynanes

Vice Chair

Tuesday, March 09, 2010

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