Laserfiche WebLink
William P. Kenoi <br />Mayor <br />County of Hawaii <br />PLANNING DEPARTMENT <br />Duane Kanuha <br />Director <br />Joaquin Gamiao-Kunkle <br />Deputy Director <br />HAMAKUA COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PLAN STEERING COMMITTEE <br />Aupuni Center • 101 Pauahi Street, Suite 3 • Hilo, Hawaii 96720 <br />Phone (808) 961-8288 • Fax (808) 961-8742 <br />Saturday, September 10, M6 <br />DRAFT Meeting Minutes <br />NOTE: All documents referred to in the minutes are available on the CDP Website <br /> <br />CALL TO ORDER: <br />Chairperson Brad Kurokawa called the Hamakua Community Development Plan (HCDP) Steering <br />Committee to order at 9:13a.m. at the Papa'ikou Community Center. <br />11011wo2119 <br />Members Present: Brad Kurokawa, Glenn Carvalho, Scott Enright, Lorraine Mendoza, Jason Moniz, <br />Craig Neff, and Ka'iulani Pahi'o. <br />Members Absent: Farrah -Marie Gomes. <br />Staff: LeAna Gloor— Hamakua CDP Plan Manager, Ron Whitmore — COH Senior Planner, Keiko Mercado <br />— Hamakua CDP Planning Assistant, Bob Agres — Hawai'i Alliance for Community -Based Economic <br />Development (HACBED). <br />Members of the public: 16 <br />ANNOUNCEMENTS: None <br />If•Ia:11111I01Cfely/a: jIIRAZI <br />Mr. Kurokawa (Chairperson) provided a brief overview of the purpose and scope of the CDP, Steering <br />Committee Roles and Responsibilities, and Aloha Etiquette. Mr. Kurokawa also went through the <br />agenda and public testimony protocols. <br />PUBLIC COMMENT ON AGENDA ITEMS: <br />There were eight people who signed up to testify. <br />1. John Kaye testified on behalf of the Hakalau Point Preservation Association (HPPA), on agenda <br />business item #2, Map for Hakalau/Wailea. Mr. Kaye stated that HPPA supports Hawai'i County <br />in its efforts to acquire this historically significant and scenic coastal parcel of land for public <br />outdoor recreational and educational purposes. The association envisions a memorial park on <br />Hakalau Point to honor and commemorate the legacy of the sugar plantation workers who <br />Hawai'i County is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer <br />Page I 1 <br />