Friday, July 31, 2009

Caring for Wai`anae's Streams; MEETING 9/22/2009

*** UPDATE 9/18/09 ***

Aloha kakou!

You are invited to join us at the next Ka Wai Ola O Wai`anae Moku advisory committee meeting. Pake and Jolyn will be calling you to encourage and confirm your attendance.

Agenda provided below.

Please click HERE for the notes from our August 25 meeting.

A Hui Hou

Leslie Kahihikolo, Project Director
Pacific American Foundation



September 22, 2009

Meeting Location: Wai`anae Satellite City Hall

Time: 6:30- 8:30 pm


Introductions of Guests

CARE Roadmap

Where are we on the roadmap?
Presentation – Land and Air Environmental Issues

Presented by Perry White of Planning Solutions Inc.
Illegal dumping
Active and abandoned landfills
Air quality
Infectious diseases
Group Exercise – Pollutant Impacts to Quality of Life

What are the social and economic impacts to the land and air issues
Preparation for October 24 meeting – risk ranking


Oct 19-23- CARE National Training Workshop in New York (Leslie, Pake, Jolyn)
October 24 - Make A Difference Day in Nānākuli, Ma`ili, and Wai`anae (8:30-11:00 am)
Oct. 27 - Risk ranking of environmental issues
Nov 30 or Dec 2 – Prioritizing environmental issues for action
January 26, 2010 – Review Action Plan and Proposal for CARE Level 2
February 23, 2010 - Review Action Plan and Proposal for CARE Level 2
March 23, 2010 – Ho`olaule`a


From: Leslie Kahihikolo
Date: July 30, 2009 1:41:51 PM HST
Subject: Ka Wai Ola - July 28 Meeting Notes
Aloha Kakou

Please find attached the meeting notes from our July 28 advisory committee meeting.

For anyone who missed the meeting, we do have it available on film.

Also, for those who were unable to attend, I have attached the The CARE Roadmap - 10-Step Plan to Improve Community Environment and Health document. I encourage you all to review it before our next meeting.

Mark your calendars - our next advisory committee meeting is August 25 at 6:30 pm.

Please do not hesitate to call me or one of our community liaisons Pake (258-7253) or Jolyn (864-9269) with any questions.

Leslie Kahihikolo, Project Director
Pacific American Foundation


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