Kulauli Street, which serves a residential neighborhood and an elementary school, is being damaged by heavy trucks working on the new Kaneohe-to-Kailua sewer tunnel. The Neighborhood Board learned at its March meeting that the city likely will speed up its plan to repair the street.
A report on the plan is scheduled when the board meets at 7 p.m., Thursday, April 16, at Benjamin Parker Elementary School, 45-259 Waikalua Road.
Volunteers Are Needed To Fill Empty Board SeatsThe Board also has set aside time in the agenda to fill four vacancies. They are in the following areas:
- Subdistrict 4 -- Kea'ahala
- Subdistrict 5 -- Lilipuna
- Subdistrict 6 -- Waikalua
- Subdistrict 11 -- Pilikoi (behind Castle High School)
Interested in serving? Check out the city's online street index and online map to find out if you live in a subdistrict with an open seat. For more information, contact Neighborhood Board Chairman Mo Radke at email@example.com, and come to the board meeting.
Those appointed will serve through June 30, 2015.