Kaua‘i Public Agenda

Kaua‘i County Charter Commission

March 14, 4:30 p.m.

Historic County Building

• Discussion and possible action on a proposals to change the mayor-Kaua‘i County Council format to a county manager form of government and to impose limitations on government expenditures;

• Discussion on the format of informational meetings the commission is scheduled to hold on April 3, 12 and 24.

Kaua‘i Planning Commission Subdivision Committee Meeting

March 14, 8 a.m.

Lihu‘e Civic Center

• Tentative subdivision action for an 11-lot subdivision in Kapa‘a proposed by the state Department of Transportation and a two-lot boundary adjustment proposed by Renilda H. Adams, Ellen LeClaire and

trustees for land in Po‘ipu;

• Final subdivision action for an 11-lot subdivision in Kapahi proposed by Charlotte M. Seyer and a two-lot boundary adjustment proposed by Shimonishi Orchids and Feeds, Inc. for land on Kaua‘i that was not identified;

• Tentative subdivision extension requests for a 20-lot subdivision in ‘Ele‘ele proposed by the Kaua‘i Habitat for Humanity and a 67-lot subdivision in Port Allen proposed by A & B Properties, Inc.

Kaua‘i County Police Commission Special Meeting

March 15, 1 p.m.

Lihu‘e Civic Center

• Public comment on agenda item, executive session and decisions on whether the commission should remove Kaua‘i Police Chief K.C. Lum, as has been requested by Mayor Bryan Baptiste, and to establish the process for Lum’s removal.

Kaua‘i County Council Committee Meeting

March 15, 9 a.m.

Historic County Building

• Status of repair or replacement of the Moloa‘a Bridge, update on the Wailua Motocross Track Project and future plans for the track and discussion on separate lawsuits Kaua‘i Police Chief K.C. Lum and KPD Assistant Chief Clayton Arinaga have filed against Kaua‘i County.

Kaua‘i County Board of Ethics

March 16, 9 a.m.

Lihu‘e Civic Center

• Approval of the agenda and executive session.


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