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Nanakuli-Maili Neighborhood Board has four meetings during April-May

Posted April 15, 2013 by Pat in Breaking

The regular meeting of the Nanakuli-Maili Neighborhood Board will be on on Tuesday, April 16, 1013, at the Nanaikapono Elementary School  cafeteria, located at 89-153 Mano Avenue, 7:00-9:30 P.M.  New business on the agenda are as follows:

  • Kana`iolowalu, a project of the Native  Hawaiian Roll Commission (Act 195) presented by Commissioner Na`alehu Anthony.
  • Cattle gate in  Maili Beach Park’s driveway for emergency purposes.
  • Map of a secondary access road for emergency use and related letters to Department of Transportation Services and Department of Emergency Management.

The board’s Planning & Zoning Committee will meet on Thursday, April 18, at the Maili Community Center, 87-360 Kalaaupuni Street, 7:00-8:00 P.M. Its new business subjects are:

  • Makana O`Ke Akua, Clean and Sober Living for Men, presented by Director John Dudoit Jr.
  • The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ proposed meetinghouse, presented by Robert Mills of PBR Hawaii.
  • Hawaii Renewable Products, located at 87-1240 Hakimo Road, requesting a “CUP Major ” to collect and process kitchen grease, presented by Ross Auwae.

The Transportation Committee will meet on Thursday, April 18, at the Maili Community Center, 6:00-7:00 P.M. It will deal with unfinished business  topics as follows:

  • Bus route changes and schedules on the Waianae Coast.
  • Community survey on rail issues.
  • Moratorium on future development projects until “WCSAR issues” are addressed or resolved.

The Agriculture & Farming Committee will meet on Wednesday, May 1, 2013, at the Maili Community Park, 87-360 Kalaaupuni Street, 6:00-7:00 P.M. Business topics for discussion are:

  • Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) food labeling and farming.
  • GET exemptions and tax subsidies for GMO chemical companies.
  • Legislative proposals and initiatives for city, state, and federal governments’ consideration.
  • 2013  City & County Agriculture Liaison.

The public is invited to attend all meetings, voice their concerns, and ask questions during the discussions.

About the Author


Pat Pang (Nozaki) is a retired DOE secondary school teacher who taught school in Waianae for almost 40 years. She has served the community as a member of the Waianae Neighborhood Board and as a delegate to the 1978 Hawaii State Constitutional Convention. She was raised on the Nanakuli Hawaiian Homestead and resided in Waianae during her years as a teacher.


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