Public Meetings

Kaua‘i Planning Commission Subdivision Committee

9:30 a.m., Tuesday

Lihu‘e Civic Center

4444 Rice St., Lihu‘e

• Tentative subdivision action for a 15-lot boundary adjustment in Waipake for Falko Partners, a two-lot subdivision in Koloa for Kukui‘ula Development Company and a two-lot consolidation in Kapa‘a Homesteads for Thomas N. Cobb and the state of Hawai‘i.

• Final subdivision action for a two-lot subdivision in Kilauea for Craig and Lisa Maas and Donald Berdeaux and a two-lot boundary adjustment in Kekaha for Jerry and Susan Morimoto.

• Tentative subdivision extension requests for a two-lot boundary adjustment in Po‘ipu for Renilda Adams and Ellen LeClaire.

Kaua‘i County Planning

Commission

11 a.m., Tuesday

Lihu‘e Civic Center

4444 Rice St., Lihu‘e

• Permit requests from the Koloa Missionary Church to demolish the existing church and build a new sanctuary, fellowship hall, classrooms and office space.

Kaua‘i County Planning

Commission Continued Public Hearings

1:30 p.m., Tuesday

Lihu‘e Civic Center

4444 Rice St., Lihu‘e

• Permit requests by Gay & Robinson to add a “value-added sugar building” to the sugar mill processing plant.

Kaua‘i County Planning

Commission Public Hearings

1:30 p.m., Tuesday

Lihu‘e Civic Center

4444 Rice St., Lihu‘e

• Requests for permits by General Dynamics, Verizon Wireless to establish a telecommunication facility atop a building at the Marriott’s Waiohai Beach Club in Po‘ipu.

Kaua‘i County Council

9:30 a.m., Wednesday

Historic County Building

4396 Rice St., Lihu‘e

• Validity of bicycle and pedestrian pathway along East Kaua‘i; a new section to the county code for shoreline setbacks and coastal protection; resolution opposing Eric A. Knudsen Trust’s petition to the state Land Use Commission to redistrict 128 acres in South Kaua‘i from agricultural to urban use; two resolutions to protect taro activities and to promote agriculture; Public Access, Open Space & Natural Resources Preservation Fund Commission 2006 report; Kaua‘i County Salary Commission report for executive salaries; resolution to protect archeological and historical resources on Knudsen Trust land in Po‘ipu; scheduling of public hearings for bills on shoreline setbacks and coastal protection; executive sessions to allow council to discuss with legal counsel legal liabilities and opinions on the 17-plus-mile pedestrian and bicycle pathway project from Ahukini to Anahola.

Kaua‘i County Council Public Hearings

1:30 p.m., Wednesday

Historic County Building

4396 Rice St., Lihu‘e

• Bills related to limiting the size of superstores; establishing a salary for a deputy police chief position; increasing the tipping fees at the Kekaha Landfill and reorganizing the Offices of Community Assistance into separate agencies for housing, transportation and services for the elderly.

Special Community Assistance/Intergovernmental Relations Committee meeting

9 a.m., Wednesday

Historic County Building

4396 Rice St., Lihu‘e

• Resolution authorizing Kaua‘i County to file a community development block grant with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Kaua‘i Service Area Board on Mental Health and Substance Abuse

1 to 3 p.m., Friday

Old Lihu‘e Plantation Building

2970 Kele St., Lihu‘e

• Review and revision of bylaws, service area administrator’s power point presentation and reports on the Kaua‘i Child and Family Guidance Center and the Kaua‘i Community Mental Health Center

Kaua‘i County Offices of

Community Assistance Transportation Agency Transit Advisory Committee

9 a.m. Friday

Lihu‘e Civic Center

4444 Rice St., Lihu‘e

• Development, congestion mitigation; Apollo Kauai Survey; state transportation; baseyard expansion; bus schedules.

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