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Council initiates Ka’u remote testimony site

MEDIA RELEASE A new County of Hawaii remote testimony site opens next week in Ka‘u. For the first time, residents will be able to provide testimony at the Hawaiian Ocean View Community Center at 92-8924 Leilani Circle. Councilmember Brittany Smart said, “I am very pleased that the Ka‘u testimony site is now available. It is […]

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County non-profit grants informational meetings (Nov. 15-16)

MEDIA RELEASE Councilmember Brittany Smart will host informational meetings for all non-profits (must be 501c3) interested in applying for a grant from the County of Hawaii to discuss recent Hawaii County Code changes and how it will affect the application process. A representative from the Department of Finance will be available to assist in explaining […]

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Smart announces candidacy for State House District Three

Brittany Smart announced today that she be seeking the Hawaii State House of Representative District 3 seat. “Due to Mr. Herkes’ announcement to run for the Hawaii State Senate, there is now an open House seat. District 3’s representative at the State legislature needs to have an understanding of the unique challenges that this community […]

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Ford to seek new Ka‘u council seat

Ford to seek new Ka‘u council seat

MEDIA RELEASE Brenda Ford has announced she will run for the County Council seat in the new District 6 (Kona, Ka’u and Volcano) in the 2012 election. “The rural and agricultural areas of Ka’u, North & South Kona, and Volcano lend themselves to having one representative who understands rural and agricultural areas.” Ford said. “Since […]

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Smart declines to seek re-election

Smart declines to seek re-election

MEDIA RELEASE Brittany Smart has announced she will not be seeking a second council term at this time, but is keeping her options open for the future. “Due to personal reasons, I am unable to commit to another two year term at this time. I am honored to serve District 6, but have to think […]

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Smart meeting with senior community

Smart meeting with senior community

MEDIA RELEASE Councilmember Brittany Smart will be out and about in District 6 to meet with senior community members. In August, she will be accompanied by the Director of the Executive Office of Aging at the State of Hawaii, Wes Lum, as well as Alan Parker, the Executive on Aging at the County of Hawaii’s […]

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District 6 Matters: Redistricting (July 20 & 27)

District 6 Matters: Redistricting (July 20 & 27)

MEDIA RELEASE The District 6 Matters (D6M) community meetings this month focus on the redistricting of Hawaii Island. At the July 13 meeting in Volcano, it was brought up that people would like more information on the Redistricting Commission and how to provide public testimony. Information can be found on the official County of Hawaii […]

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Smart seeks input on delaying Ka‘u rezones

Smart seeks input on delaying Ka‘u rezones

From the office of Ka‘u Councilwoman Brittany Smart: Aloha Friends, Resolution 60-11 will be up for discussion during the Planning Committee meeting at 11 a.m. Wednesday, July 6. Please consider providing your public testimony either in Hilo at the Council Chambers or in Kona at the West Hawaii Civic Center. Let us all know how […]

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District 6 Matters schedule for June

District 6 Matters schedule for June

MEDIA RELEASE This month there will be more District 6 Matters (D6M) community meetings to gain public input and opinions on a couple different subjects that affect Ka‘u. * 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 8, Ocean View Community Association, Cooper Center (Volcano) Councilmember Brittany Smart will host the District 6 Matters (D6M) meetings with special guest […]

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Transit tops agenda for District 6 Matters

Transit tops agenda for District 6 Matters

MEDIA RELEASE The District 6 Matters meetings for May will host Transit Operations Administrator Tom Brown who will be available to discuss the Hele-On Bus System and other issues pertaining to mass transit on Hawaii Island. Direct questions and comments are welcome from attendees on any subject dealing with Hawaii County Mass Transit Agency services […]

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Smart on Resolution 60-11

Smart on Resolution 60-11

Resolution 60-11 delays County Council action on Ka‘u-related General Plan amendments and rezoning applications Council member Brittany Smart answers some frequently asked questions about the resolution * What does Resolution 60-11 do? Resolution 60-11 proposes a County Council policy to delay Council action on all Ka‘u related General Plan amendments and rezoning applications until the […]

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Tsunami recovery meeting at Yano Hall (April 18)

Tsunami recovery meeting at Yano Hall (April 18)

MEDIA RELEASE County Council members Brenda Ford and Brittany Smart will co-host a community meeting to provide information from the Small Business Administration (Olivia Humilde), Habitat for Humanity West Hawaii (Patrick Hurney), and the Hawaii State Civil Defense on the possibilities for financial or other assistance for tsunami damage or destruction. The meeting is 6 […]

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Oliveira on District 6 Matters meeting agenda

Oliveira on District 6 Matters meeting agenda

MEDIA RELEASE Hawaii County Fire Chief Darryl Oliveira will be a guest speaker at the next few upcoming District 6 Matters (D6M) community meetings, hosted by Councilwoman Brittany Smart. Topic: Discussion with Fire Chief Oliveira * 7 p.m., Thursday, April 14 at Naalehu Community Center, Naalehu * 7 p.m., Thursday, April 28 at The Cooper […]

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Kenoi 'talk story' at Yano Hall (April 7)

Kenoi ‘talk story’ at Yano Hall (April 7)

MEDIA RELEASE Mayor Billy Kenoi hosts a public talk story meeting at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, April 7 at Yano Hall, South Kona. The event is one in an on-going series of talk story gatherings designed to address specific concerns of each region of the Big Island. Questions are welcome from residents on any subject dealing […]

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