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Laaloa connector dedicate to ease Kona traffic

MEDIA RELEASE A blessing and dedication ceremony was held today for Kona’s Laaloa Avenue extension project, which creates another critically needed mauka-makai connector road to improve traffic circulation and public safety. The 1,900-foot extension, complete with sidewalks and bicycle lanes for safe multi-modal travel, connects Alii Drive with Kuakini Highway mauka. The Laaloa Avenue extension […]

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Community forum on community development plans

MEDIA RELEASE The next West Hawaii Community Forum, also known as Kona Town Meetings sponsored by Community Enterprises, will be held on Tuesday, June 25 at 5:45 p.m. at the Maka’eo Pavilion at Old Kona Airport Park. The main topic for the evening will be the status of the Kona Community Development Plan: its promises […]

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Residents sue county to enforce Kona planning law

MEDIA RELEASE Kona residents Richard and Patricia Missler are taking county officials to court for violating the Kona Community Development Plan Ordinance that the Hawaii County Council had unanimously enacted into law in 2008 and for violating the public trust that Big Island voters had adopted into law. In their circuit court challenge, the Misslers […]

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Kona Town Hall: Impact fees, Kona CDP (March 8)

Kona Town Hall: Impact fees, Kona CDP (March 8)

MEDIA RELEASE West Hawaii has a severe shortage of infrastructure and public services, like connecting roads, neighborhood parks, police and fire stations and sewer facilities. How can increased shortages be prevented when new developments are built? What are Impact Fees and how do they work? How will the infrastructure improvements which have been identified in […]

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Kona CDP committee meets on economy, priorities (Oct. 27)

Kona CDP committee meets on economy, priorities (Oct. 27)

MEDIA RELEASE The Kona Community Development Plan’s Action Committee (Kona CDPAC) is inviting the public to a meeting at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 27 to discuss ways to vitalize the economy of Kona, and for a review of Priority Projects for 2011. The discussion will also cover the status of proposals to raise money to […]

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Palma-Glennie on Ooma: Learn from past mistakes

Palma-Glennie on Ooma: Learn from past mistakes

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Honokohau Village planning exercise wraps up tonight

Honokohau Village planning exercise wraps up tonight

The week-long charrette to plan a 60-acre parcel mauka of Honokohau Harbor wraps up at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Sheraton Keauhou Bay Resort & Spa. The ‘Aloha Presentation’ is open to the public. One of Hawaii 24/7’s readers sent along this update: Aloha: An amazing planning exercise is taking place in Kona this week […]

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Charrette open to the public through Oct. 27 - drop in if you can

Honokohau Village project gives Kona CDP its first test

Charrette open to the public through Oct. 27 – drop in if you can

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Honokohau Village charrette kicks off Wednesday (Oct. 21)

Honokohau Village charrette kicks off Wednesday (Oct. 21)

MEDIA RELEASE The Honokohau Village planning meeting runs Oct. 21-27 to develop a vision for transit-oriented development. The charrette is a “drop in when you can” community outreach for input experience. Planning meetings for the 60-acre area mauka of the harbor, north of Kealakehe High School and adjacent to the West Hawaii Civic Center, will […]

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'O'oma Beachside Village wins planning award

‘O’oma Beachside Village wins planning award

  MEDIA RELEASE   The mixed-use master plan for ‘O’oma Beachside Village, a proposed community on the Big Island’s North Kona coast, received the “2009 Outstanding Planning Award” Thursday, Sept. 24, 2009 from the Hawaii Chapter of the American Planning Association (APA) at the luncheon of the annual Hawaii Congress of Planning Officials conference in […]

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