Thursday, January 7, 2016

Kaneohe Neighborhood Board to discuss wastewater tunnel, Coconut Island upgrades, workgroup on State Hospital expansion

The Kaneohe Neighborhood Board has scheduled three topics for presentation at its next monthly meeting, Thursday, January 21. The topics are:
 “Pohakulani” – “rock girl” in Hawaiian – 
is boring the 3-mile Kaneohe-Kailua
sewer tunnel. 
The Kaneohe-Kailua wastewater tunnel project: Project Liaison John Katahira will give a brief update. The city recently announced that it has completed half of the tunnel.
Coconut Island infrastructure rehabilitation: Ruth Gates, director of the Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, will briefly explain the project. She also will introduce the consultant (Community Planning and Engineering) and general contractor (Frank Coluccio Construction Co.) to explain in more detail and answer questions.
Hawaii State Hospital Master Plan: Bill Sager, Neighborhood Board vice chair, will discuss the status of the Board’s permitted interaction group for the master plan.
The meeting will take place in the cafeteria of Benjamin Parker Elementary School, 45-259 Waikalua Road, starting at 7 p.m. 
The Neighborhood Board agenda also will include reports by the Honolulu Police and Fire Departments, Marine Corps Base Hawaii, elected officials and community organizations. The full agenda is available online by clicking this link.
Every meeting also includes agenda time for residents to share concerns and information with the Board. Your Neighborhood Board is the Community Liaison to all levels of Government.  When you have a problem, or if you are aware of anything we can do to make Kaneohe an even better place to live, bring it to your Neighborhood Board. 
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