Kaua‘i Public Agenda


Solid Waste Advisory Committee

April 24, 11 a.m.

Hawaii Government Employees’ Association Hall 3213 Akahi Street, Lihu‘e

• Organics management overview, review of organic management goals from 1991 plan and potential strategies to increase organic movement and public comment.


Charter Commission Informational Meeting

April 24, 6:30 p.m.

Kapa‘a Middle School Cafeteria

• Presentation of 27 proposed amendments and discussion, public comment and testimony;


Agency on Elderly Affairs

April 21, noon Lihu‘e Civic Center

• Strategic planning, Older Americans Month, emergency housing for abused elders, needs assessment survey and healthy aging in Koloa; Kaua‘i County Planning Commission Subdivision Meeting April 25, 8 a.m.

Lihu‘e Civic Center

• Tentative subdivision action for a two-lot boundary adjustment in Kapa‘a for Jensen Homes of Hawaii, a four-lot consolidation in Puhi for TG Super A50032, a three-lot consolidation in Puhi for Karey Lynn Thompson and a two-lot consolidation in Kapa‘a Homesteads for Danny Way;

Final subdivision actin for a 16-lot subdivision in Mana for the state of Hawaii and a two-lot boundary adjustment in Kapa‘a for Roy & Donna K. Ho and Beverly L. Camat.


Kaua‘i County Planning Commission

April 25, 9 a.m.

Lihu‘e Civic Center

• Request for a Class IV zoning permit by Kukuiula Development Company (Hawaii) for the “plantation core,” including dining, lounge and retail features, a golf clubhouse felicity, a spa, a keiki cottage, a pool and grill, 21, one-bedroom guest units and 277 parking stalls;


Kaua‘i County Planning Commission Public Hearing/Continuation

April 25, 1:30 p.m.

Lihu‘e Civic Center

• Request for permits by Koloa Marketplace to build a shopping and office complex in Koloa that would involve the relocation of the Koloa Post Office to another spot within the proposed project site;

• Request for permits by Historic Koloa Village to build a shopping center and office complex and 31 multiple-family dwelling units in Koloa.


Kaua‘i County Planning Commission Public Hearing

April 25, 1:30 p.m. or thereafter

Lihu‘e Civic Center

• Request for permits by Kiahuna Poipu Golf Resort to build 280 multi-family units and two single-family units, a clubhouse and restaurant, a pool bar, real estate sales office, meeting rooms and recreational amenities on land mauka of Po‘ipu Road.


County of Kauai Public Access, Open Space and Natural Resources Preservation Fund Commission

April 26, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Lihu‘e Civic Center

• “Roads in limbo,” nomination of candidates and selection for a vacant commission seat, discussion on the certification of shorelines and a briefing on the Kaua‘i County General Plan Update.


Kaua‘i County Council Meeting

April 26, 9 a.m.

Historic County Building

• Kaua‘i County Planning Commission recommendation to approve zoning amendment requested by Grove Farm Properties for five acres in Lihu‘e from open district to residential district; A bill, on first reading, appropriating $950,000 to the county’s emergency trust fund;

• A resolution urging a federal or independent investigation of the Ka Loko Reservoir in Kilauea dam breach;

• $124,092 grant to fund an existing housing family self-sufficiency coordinator and fringe benefits;

• Request for and expenditure of a Federal Transit Administration grant of $488,131 for operational, administrative and training expenses for the Kaua‘i County Transportation Agency;

• $1.5 million Federal Transit Administration grant for capital expenditures for the Kaua‘i County Transportation Agency;

• $85,000 in state grant funds for the repair of small bridge in Moloa‘a;

• $480,000 grant from the Economic Development Administration to help build the County’s WorkWise One-Stop Job C enter office space at the Lihu‘e Civic Center and redacted version of hearing officer report related to former Kaua‘i Police Commissioner Michael Ching;

• Resolution to reduce speed limit on Weke Road in Hanalei and to create a three-way intersection with stop signs at the intersection of Weke Road and Aku Road;

• Resolution urging federal or independent investigation of the Ka Loko Reservoir dam breach;


Special Kaua‘i County Council Meeting

April 26, 8:30 a.m.

Historic County Building

• Interview with Stuart Hollinger, a candidate for the “environmental seat” on the Kaua‘i Planning Commission. The seat carries a three-year term limit.


Kaua‘i Board of Ethics

April 27, 9 a.m.

Lihu‘e Civic Center

• Donation from Kukuiula Development related to building infrastructure at its project in Po‘ipu and Kaua‘i Board of Ethics finding related to former Kaua‘i Police Commissioner Michael Ching.


Kauai Service Area Board on Mental Health and Substance Abuse

April 28, 1 to 3 p.m.

Kauai Veterans Center on Kapule Highway

• Full SAB membership, adult mental health services planning and reports.


Kaua‘i County Police Commission

April 28,10:15 a.m.

Historic County Building

• Executive sessions, including one on various complaints against Kaua‘i Police Department officers.


Kaua‘i County Police Commission Meeting

April 28, 1:30 p.m.

Historic County Building

• Commendations to Stacy Perreira, employee of the month for March and officer Clayton Okamoto, employee of the month for April; chief’s monthly and quarterly reports, just cause if Kaua‘i Police Chief K.C. Lum is to be relieved of duty, Lum, as a private citizen, responds to hearing officer’s report on violations committed by former Kaua‘i Police Commissioner Michael Ching; sanctions against police chief and a Kaua‘i County Council’s resolution for an investigative committee to investigate the Kaua‘i Police Department.

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