The KNA Bylaws committee met on August 15th with Bert Lyons, Jim Spencer and Bill Troutman to finalize details on the updated KNA bylaws. They agreed they were ready to submit them to the full board and KNA membership for discussion and approval. The following links will take you to a copy of the new proposed bylaws, the KNA charter and the old bylaws in that order;
The full board and KNA membership is invited to discuss the updates at a bylaws committee meeting in the Kilauea Neighborhood Center on the evening of September 12th at 6:30.
5/22 This is a new website URL www.getreadyhi.org… with information about disaster preparedness in Hawaii. Sent from
theodore “Ted” A. Daligdig III
Civil Defense Manager
Kaua‘i Civil Defense Agency
3990 Kana St., Suite 100
Phone: 808 241- 1800
5/17 Here is recent Sub-surface data on the toxins in the soil under Aalona st. caused by old Kilauea Mill activities. Sub-surface data
5/15 Here are two files with information regarding future supply and distribution of water on Kauai. 1990 Kauai Water Use & Development Plan, FINAL_WRPP_20080828
5/15 This is the first piece of information concerning toxins in the soil property between Aalona place and Oka street. We are trying to get something more current informing us of the remediation plan. If you have that information and would like to share email Tom at firstname.lastname@example.org….kilaueapmafactsheet-final
5/12 The Kilauea Playground by the soccer field is heavily used and in disrepair. In such disrepair that it is dangerous. It may get a repair job through the energetic efforts of Sue Boynton. A few more voices or letters aimed at the mayors office could help give the project a better budget priority. The playground doesn’t need a band-aid, it needs C.P.R. If you want to help Sue or need more information you may call her at 635-6056.
5/11 If you skip the first page of this the second and third pages are the approved minutes to the April meeting. IMG
5/11 These are the current By-Laws of the KNA, recently proposed for an update. IMG_0001
5/11 This is a notice regarding a public meeting discussing the proposed new landfill and resource recovery park. It’s at Kilauea El, May 29. Community Flyer_Kauai Landfill Community Meetings
5/1 Here is the link to the Tuesday 7pm KNA meeting agenda.. for some reason it seems to be downloading to your computer instead of opening. kna-may-agenda1
5/1 Here is the link to NSPAR, the current possible versions for the North Shore Paths. http://nspath.kauaistyle.com/
Kauai seems to have it’s fair share of disasters. Your North Shore CERT group jumps into gear when troubles begin. No, CERT is not a breath mint. It stands for Community Emergency Response Team. Come see what they do and join if you want to be with good people.
4/25 County and State comments on Kilauea Lighthouse Village.
These are links to the final comments by relevant state and county departments concerning the proposed Kilauea Lighthouse Village commercial development. It looks like the final report that will be one of the main documents referred to in the (yet to be announced) final Planning Commission meeting where public input is accepted. IMG_0001…IMG_0002…IMG_0003…IMG_0004…IMG_0005
(The traffic report from Dept. of Public Works is img0003)
4/25 We will try to post the date of the Kauai Planning Commission meeting that has the final Hunt development decision on it’s agenda. So far they have set and cancelled three times. Possibly because the commission is waiting for the department of public works opinion of the Hunt’s traffic survey. In the mean time…
The last chance to give public input on the Kilauea LIghthouse Village zoning change request and use permit applications is coming soon. Written Testimony should be mailed and received by the Planning Commission several days before the meeting.
The address for sending written testimony anytime is,
Office of Boards and Commissions
Attn; Planning Commission
4444 Rice Street, Suite 150
Lihue, HI 96766
The meetings start at 9am and is in the Lihue Civic Center, Moikeha building. Meeting room 2A-2B, 444 Rice Street, Lihue. That’s the building right next door to the room you pay for your car registration and take drivers tests.