There will be a new CERT 24 hr. Basic Training Class starting in Princeville on Wednesday, February 24th. Please feel free to share the attached flyers with family friends, neighbors and colleagues. If you will be attending these classes, please e-mail back to email@example.com… so that we can generate an accurate roster, and plan accordingly. Also, it is very important for everyone to register for these classes on-line at www.kauai.gov…
Here are the details:
CERT 24 hr. Basic Training
Hanalei Elementary School
Feb. 24th, Mar. 2nd, 9th,16th,23rd, 30th
5:30 to 9:30
Remember to check the Kauai CERT web page for current events at
Fire Fighters John Cornell / Justin Kinoshita
“CERT”, Community Emergency Response Team Coordinator,
County of Kaua`i, Fire Department
“Creating Vigilant, Prepared, and Resilient Communities”
The Hawaii Energy Policy Forum (HEPF) is briefing legislators and the public on the state of Hawaii’s clean energy on significant issues — climate change, getting to 100% renewables by 2045, and clean transportation.
To obtain as many voices to build sound policies, the HEPF is seeking input from the public through a survey of these issues. Please help us by completing the survey at: www.surveygizmo.com…
We would also appreciate your emailing the survey to your ohana and networks before the deadline: January 11, 2016. Results will be posted on the HEPF website at www.hawaiienergypolicy.hawaii.edu… and reported at the annual legislative briefing. Mahalo nui loa!
Please help spread the news that Kilauea School is diligently looking for more adult supervisors during lunch and lunch recess. The hours of work would be from 11:45-12:45 Monday – Friday and the pay is $8 per hour. The interested person may pick up an application in the front office for an Adult Supervisor position. We greatly appreciate any support you can provide in helping us to find more adult supervisors to work anywhere from one to five days a week.
The Kauai County Charter Review Commission is considering placing a charter amendment on the November, 2016, ballot, to switch the County Council to a district system. This concept has been on the ballot before and lost. This time, the Commission seeks large scale public input to identify which particular district configuration most appeals to voters or whether the people want to leave the system unchanged. Your assistance in answering these online questions will be greatly appreciated. The survey is available until 12/25/15