County to discuss future of old substation

LIHUE — An update on the auction and relocation of the police substation at Kapaa Beach Park will be discussed during the Kauai County Council meeting today.

Wally Rezentes, managing director, is expected to address the council at the request of Mel Rapozo, council chair, who asked for a discussion on the auction process and give a projected timeline of a sale.

Rapozo also asked Rezentes to talk about any fines the county could require if the structure is not moved by the future owner.

The county council will also discuss a resolution that seeks to approve legislative proposals from the 2017 Hawaii State Association of Counties.

The proposals include: a bill for an act relating to tort liability, a bill for an act relating to unadjudicated traffic fines and a bill for an act making an appropriation for emergency medical services.

It is required that every county approve the proposals.

Today’s meeting starts at 8:30 a.m. at the Historic County Building.


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