REGULAR MEETING AGENDA
THURSDAY, April 3, 2014, 7:00 p.m.
KAILUA RECREATION CENTER, 21 SOUTH KAINALU DRIVE
A. Community Forum on Property crime – follow up.
Chair Prentiss testified at Legislature in support of House Bill (HB) 2205 that would delete the option of probation for habitual property crimes. – Ongoing.
PRESENTATION (10 minutes plus Q&A)
Nighttime closure of Kailua Municipal Parking Lot (behind Cinnamon’s restaurant). Chris Terry, Department of Facilities Maintenance (DFM).
A. Kawainui Marsh master plan. Discussion and possible action.. BOARD MOTIONS.
- The Kailua Neighborhood Board requests the State Department of Health to test for contaminants in the water in the two ponds on either side of Kapaa Quarry Road in the vicinity of the model airplane field.
- The Kailua Neighborhood Board requests the City and County Department of Transportation Services to expedite measures to improve the intersection of Kailua Road and Kalaheo Avenue by Kalapawai Market to eliminate the backlog of traffic at that intersection, including the restoration of two-way traffic on the curved portion of Kailua Road connecting downtown Kailua with Lanikai, and the installation of a traffic signal and crosswalk signal to regulate both vehicular and pedestrian traffic at the intersection during periods of high traffic volume.
- Whereas Lanikai often experiences severe parking congestion resulting in vehicles frequently parking closer than four feet to driveway openings, contrary to Revised Ordinances of HonoluluSec. 15-14.1.(a).2, creating a safety hazard, the Kailua Neighborhood Board requests the City and Count Department of Planning and Permitting to institute a policy that would grant blanket sidewalk surface encroachment variances or expedite variances for the purpose of allowing Lanikai homeowners to install a mailbox, boulder, or small tree in the unimproved sidewalk area provided such mailbox, boulder, or small tree is not less than four feet nor greater than eight feet from the driveway opening.
- The Kailua Neighborhood Board urges the Oahu Metropolitan Planning Organization (OMPO) to conduct a traffic carrying capacity study on Kamehameha Highway from Haleiwa to Kahalu`u.
VIII. NEW BUSINESS.
A. Noise Variance Permit for the Kaneohe-Kailua Wastewater Tunnel. Discussion and possible action.