Public meetings for June 17, 2012
Kaua‘i County Council
8:30 a.m., Wednesday, Historic County Building
• Communication from Salary Commission Chair Robert Crowell, regarding Salary Commission Resolution 2012-2 and related to salaries of Police and Fire Chiefs and their deputies.
• Bill 2436 related to electric vehicle charging stations.
• Bill 2435 amending Kaua‘i County Code by establishing article relating to alarm systems.
• Bill 2437 amending Kaua‘i County Code related to smoking at county parks.
Committee on the Status of Women
5 p.m., Wednesday, Mo‘ikeha Building, Meeting Room 2A/2B
• Communication from Edie Ignacio-Neumiller, president of Kaua‘i Zonta Club, regarding possible partnership with members of Committee on the Status of Women.
• Report from Lisa Ellen Smith on several women’s bills presented at this year’s Legislature.
9 a.m., Friday, Mo‘ikeha Building, Meeting Room 2A/2B
• Employee of the month for June: Anthony Abalos and Darin Irimata.
• Chief’s monthly report.
• Communication from Council Chair Jay Furfaro, to Commission Chair Ernest Kanekoa Jr. requesting agenda time to provide an overview and effect of the Fiscal Year 2013 operating budget.
• Communication from KPD Chief Darryl Perry to Commission Chair Ernest Kanekoa Jr. concurring with the commission’s findings that there may be preponderance of evidence to prove the allegations related to complaint KPC 2012-08.
• Communication from KPD Chief Darryl Perry to Commission Chair Ernest Kanekoa Jr. regarding KPD 2010 Annual Report.
• Communication from KPD Chief Darryl Perry to Commission Chair Ernest Kanekoa Jr. regarding KPD Citizens Police Academy.
• Copy of a certificate presented to the Emergency Response Team Storm Disaster — March 2012 from members of the Kaua‘i County Council.
• Publica announcement for notarized complaints filed against officers of the county: ES-28: KPC 2012-13; ES-29: KPC 2012-14; ES-32: KPC 2012-17.
• Recap of the 2012 Hawai‘i State Police Commissioners Conference that was held at the Maui Westin Ka‘anapali Beach Resort from May 24-25.
• Seven executive sessions.