Kapa’a-Wailua plan meeting is Tuesday

An orientation meeting for the Kapa’a-Wailua Community Development Plan Citizen Advisory Committee is Tuesday at 4 p.m. at the Lihu’e Civic Center Mo’ikeha Building first-floor conference room, county officials said in a press release.

Included on the agenda are an overview of planning on Kaua’i, and the Kapa’a-Wailua Community Development Plan update process.

The newly-appointed CAC members are tasked with working alongside county officials and the project’s consultant, Wilson Okamoto Corporation Engineers/Planners, to help guide the planning process for the Kapa’a-Wailua area, which spans from Wailua Golf Course to Moloa’a.

Committee members include representatives from a broad cross-section of the community, as well as county and state officials: Danita Aiu, Bernard Carvalho, Lincoln Ching, Dennis Esaki, Larry Fernandes, Larry Fudge, Donald Fujimoto, Greg Kamm, Ron Kikumoto, Clyde Kodani, Bobby Kubota, Sherry Kunioka-Volz, Steve Kyono, Roland Licona, Wade Lord, Dr. Jack Lundgren, Linda Moriarity, James Nishida, Mel Nishihara, Lorna Nishimitsu, Thomas Noyes, Glenn Okamoto, Jerry Ornellas, Kenneth Ponce, Rayne Regush, Neil Samms, Yukiko Sassone, Kamika Smith, Wayne Souza, Richard Sugiyama, Wynne Ushigome, Llewellyn Wynne and Avery Youn.

Future meetings are planned for community input and participation in the Eastside development plan. Detailed information on this will be released soon.

For more information about the CAC orientation meeting, call the county Planning Department at 241-6677.

Special accommodations and sign-language interpreters are available upon request at the same number.

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