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Announcements

The list below provides a summary of recent announcements that have been posted to the various website pages located under the Government menu. You may follow these links to their originating pages in order to review the announcement in more detail along with any document links that may be associated with the selected announcement.

Published 4-18-19
04-24-2019 Council Meeting

Agenda

Published 4-18-19
Committee on the Status of Women Minutes

03-20-19 Open Session

Published 4-18-19
Transfer Stations Closed Friday, April 19th open on Easter

All Transfer Stations will be closed on Friday, April 19th in observance of Good Friday. The normal schedule of 7 days per week from 7:15 to 3:15 will resume on Saturday April 20th and stations will be open on Easter Sunday.

Published 4-17-19
CONTRACT 210549 - BOW CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICE INC

Award Letter

2019-XPROF.fedaid-3

2019-EX-43

Published 4-17-19
CONTRACT 210548 - KENNEDY/JENKS CONSULTANTS

NOTICE OF AWARD

2019-PROF-1, F.2

Published 4-17-19
April 23, 2019 Planning Commission Agenda

4/23/19 PC Agenda

Published 4-17-19
April 23, 2019 Planning Commission Subdivision Committee Agenda

4/23/19 PC SDC Agenda

Published 4-16-19
NEW/RELOCATED BUS SHELTERS

EFFECTIVE APRIL 22, 2019, THE FOLLOWING BUS SHELTERS WILL BE OPERABLE:

1. Kealia Beach - (makai side of Kūhiō Highway, Hanalei bound)

2. Kealia Beach - (mauka side of Kūhiō Highway, Līhu‘e bound). The bus stop has moved 200 feet towards Līhu‘e

3. Kapahi Food Mart - (150 feet from the intersection from Awa‘a Place/Kawaihau Road.).

4. Kapa‘a Library – (fronting the Kapa‘a Library on Kūhiō Highway, Hanalei bound).

5. Kapa‘a Skate Park – (in the park, next to the skate facility)

6. Waipouli Beach Resort – (bus stop replaces the old Kapa‘a Missionary Church bus stop). Shelter is located 120 feet from the intersection of the Kaua‘i Village Shopping Center on Kūhiō Highway, Hanalei bound

7. Kealaula – (120 feet from the intersection of Waialo Road/Okapu Street)

8. Waimea Athletic Field – (stop replaces the old Waimea Athletic Field stop within the parking lot). Shelter is located on the mauka side of Kaumuali‘i Highway, Kekaha bound

9. Waimea Athletic Field – (stop replaces the old Waimea Athletic Field stop within the parking lot.) Shelter is located on the makai side of Kaumuali‘i Highway, Līhu‘e bound.

Published 4-16-19
NEW/RELOCATED BUS SHELTERS

EFFECTIVE APRIL 22, 2019, THE FOLLOWING BUS SHELTERS WILL BE OPERABLE:

1. Kealia Beach - (makai side of Kūhiō Highway, Hanalei bound)

2. Kealia Beach - (mauka side of Kūhiō Highway, Līhu‘e bound). The bus stop has moved 200 feet towards Līhu‘e

3. Kapahi Food Mart - (150 feet from the intersection from Awa‘a Place/Kawaihau Road.).

4. Kapa‘a Library – (fronting the Kapa‘a Library on Kūhiō Highway, Hanalei bound).

5. Kapa‘a Skate Park – (in the park, next to the skate facility)

6. Waipouli Beach Resort – (bus stop replaces the old Kapa‘a Missionary Church bus stop). Shelter is located 120 feet from the intersection of the Kaua‘i Village Shopping Center on Kūhiō Highway, Hanalei bound

7. Kealaula – (120 feet from the intersection of Waialo Road/Okapu Street)

8. Waimea Athletic Field – (stop replaces the old Waimea Athletic Field stop within the parking lot). Shelter is located on the mauka side of Kaumuali‘i Highway, Kekaha bound

9. Waimea Athletic Field – (stop replaces the old Waimea Athletic Field stop within the parking lot.) Shelter is located on the makai side of Kaumuali‘i Highway, Līhu‘e bound.

Published 4-16-19
NOTICE OF SURPLUS FUNDS

Foreclosure Surplus Funds

Published 4-15-19
Siren Testing on Kauai - April 17 & 18, 2019

The Hawaii Emergency Management Agency (HI-EMA), together with Kauai Emergency Management Agency, will conduct siren testing at the following locations between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.

• Anini Beach Park, Anini
• Donkey Beach Parking Lot Area, Kealia
• Waipouli Waikaea, Kapaa
• Wailua Homestead Park, Wailua
• HP Faye Park, Kekaha
• Kaumakani Park, Kaumakani
• Omao Park, Omao

Residents nearby may hear the siren sound for 30-seconds to 3-minute intervals during the identified timeframe. Testing will include short blasts known as “burps”. During the tests, Emergency Management Officials and Technicians will be checking the functionality of the sirens.

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