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Public Meetings for Sunday, Nov. 4, 2012
Board of Water Supply — Rules Committee meeting
10:30 a.m., Monday, 4398 Pua Loke St. Lihu‘e
• Impact fees and FRC proposed rules.
• Discussion and possible action on Part 2 Section IX of the Rules: Adjustment of bills for undetected leaks and unforeseen damages.
Kaua‘i Fire Commission
2 p.m., Monday, Mo‘ikeha Building, Meeting Room 2A/2B
• Overview of September.
• Budget report as of Sept. 30.
• Overview of budget process by Chief Robert Westerman.
• Executive sessions 10 and 11.
Kaua‘i County Council — Committee meeting
9 a.m., Thursday, Historic County Building, 4396 Rice St., Lihu‘e
• Bill 2450 relating to zoning designation in Lihu‘e — applicant, Department of Water.
• Consideration to include a bill to repeal Act 55 in the 2013 Kaua‘i Legislative Package.
• Discussion on a bill related to intoxicating liquor being considered by Maui County to include in their legislative package.
• Consideration to include two labor bills in the 2013 Kaua‘i Legislative Package.
• Proposal for a resolution urging Gov. Neil Abercrombie to preserve counties’ share of Transient Accommodations Tax.
• List of proposals to be included in the Hawai‘i State Association of Counties Legislative Package.
• Bill 2444 related to Real Property Tax.
Public Access, Open Spaces and Natural Resources Preservation Fund Commission
1 p.m., Thursday, Mo‘ikeha Building, Meeting Room 2A/2B
• Pedestrian access to Kukui‘ula Bay through former Hoban property.
• Past recommendations and prioritization of commission’s work plan/timeline through 2012.
• Executive session regarding public access to Secret Beach.
• Itinerary and logistics for upcoming field trip to the North Shore.
• Status update regarding upcoming public access workshop.
Kaua‘i County Council
9 a.m., Friday, Historic County Building, 4396 Rice St., Lihu‘e
• Executive session 583. Investigator looking into personnel matters involving County Auditor’s Office.
• Request from Office of County Attorney for authorization to expend up to $75,000 to retain special counsel for Puhi Metals Recycling Center issues.
• Executive session 584. Relate to Puhi Metals Recycling Center issues.
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