Public Meetings

Kaua‘i County Board of Review

1 p.m., Monday

Lihu‘e Civic Center

• Appeals scheduled, communications and stipulations.

Committee of the Board of Water Supply

10 a.m., Tuesday

4398 Pua Loke St., Lihu‘e

• Proposed budget for 2007-2008

Board of Water Supply

10:05 a.m., Tuesday

4398 Pua Loke St., Lihu‘e

• County Salary Commission report, additional funding to improve the Kalaheo water system, statement of revenues and expenditures, report of the finance committee of the Board of Water Supply, manager’s monthly report and a summary report on operational matters for the month.

Special Community Assistance/

Intergovernmental Relations Committee Meeting

9 a.m., Tuesday

Historic County Building

• Workshop on housing policy.

Department of Personnel


2:30 p.m., Tuesday

Lihu‘e Civic Center

• Letters from Mayor Bryan Baptiste, memorandum from Baptiste on county boards and commissions and evaluation on the director of the Department of Personnel Services.

Mayor’s Advisory Committee for Equal Access

Noon to 1:30 p.m., Tuesday

Lihu‘e Civic Center

• Kaua‘i Civil Defense Emergency Preparedness Plan, State Interagency Emergency Preparedness Plan and camping accessibility at Lydgate Park.

Kaua‘i Housing Advisory


3 p.m., Tuesday

Lihu‘e Civic Center

• Housing policy update.

Kaua‘i County Council

9 a.m., Wednesday

• Ordinance to eliminate funding for the director of the county Offices of Community Assistance and the administrative specialist for the agency and transfer that funding to the new positions of housing director and administrative housing specialist.

The same ordinance provides the director of finance the authority to transfer and assign accounts to agencies.

• Acting Police Chief Clayton Arinaga seeks council support to request $50,000 from a state asset forfeiture fund to host a training session for O‘ahu and Neighbor Island detectives at the Kaua‘i Hilton Hotel from Oct. 17-19.

• Prosecuting Attorney Crag DeCosta seeks council support to secure and spend $205,306 in state funds for the continuation of the Kaua‘i Career Criminal Prosecution Program for this fiscal year.

• County Attorney’s Office seeks council approval to spend up to $25,000 to retain the continued services of Goodsill, Anderson, Quinn & Stifel to represent the county in a court case related to the Ohana Kaua‘i Charter tax relief amendment approved by voters in November 2004. The matter will also be discussed in an executive session.

County Committee on the Status of Women

5 p.m., Wednesday

Lihu‘e Civic Center

• Committee reports.


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