Friday, February 24, 2017

19 Seek Seats On Kaneohe Neighborhood Board; Election Is Scheduled For April 28-May 19

Nineteen community members have filed as candidates in the upcoming election for the Kaneohe Neighborhood Board.
The Honolulu Neighborhood Commission reports that the candidates will contest three at-large positions and seats representing nine sub-districts. No candidate is listed for five sub-districts.
A complete list of candidates is available on the Neighborhood Commission website (scroll down to the list for District 30). Candidate profiles also are available online.
The 2017 Neighborhood Board elections will take place April 28 through May 19. Residents who voted in the 2016 state elections or who registered by February 17, 2017, are eligible to vote. Additional information about the election is available on the Neighborhood Commission website.

The Kaneohe Neighborhood Board represents District 30 in the Neighborhood Commission classification system. The Board is made up of three at-large seats and 14 seats serving specific sub-districts. An online map shows the territory covered by District 30. Residents may check an online street index to determine which sub-district includes their street address.

About The Board
The Kaneohe Neighborhood Board holds an agenda planning meeting the first Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Kaneohe Community and Senior Center, 45-613 Puohala Street. The Board holds its regular business meeting on the third Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. at Benjamin Parker Elementary School, 45-259 Waikalua Road.

Board meetings are open forums where residents can learn about what’s going on in the community and bring their concerns directly to the attention of government representatives and elected officials. 

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