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32 <br />33 <br />34 <br />35 <br />36 <br />37 <br />38 <br />39 <br />40 <br />41 <br />42 <br />43 <br />44 <br />45 <br />46 <br />47 <br />48 <br />49 <br />50 <br />51 <br />52 <br />53 <br />54 <br />55 <br />56 <br />57 <br />58 <br />59 <br />60 <br />61 <br />62 <br />63 <br />64 <br />65 <br />66 <br />67 <br />68 <br />69 <br />70 <br />71 <br />72 <br />73 <br />74 <br />75 <br />76 <br />77 <br />She announced that the county purchase of the Hapu'u land has been in escrow, but should be <br />finished in the near future. The group still has three public access easement projects in the <br />works. Ms. Withington stated that the group had made an effort to purchase the Hono'ipu land <br />from Parker Ranch but the property has been sold to a new private owner. <br />The group has nominated several parcels to PONC. Committee Member Coakley inquired about <br />the status of the potential parking lot at the Pololu lookout. Ms. Withington responded that the <br />parking lot initiative has come to a halt at this point. Committee Member Coakley also inquired <br />about natural resource protection in relation to the newly established shoreline access <br />easements. Ms. Withington answered that the maintenance fund is %% of the property taxes <br />collected, and is intended to provide for the stewardship and maintenance of the parcels <br />purchased by the County. <br />Chair Hoffmann asked who manages and administers the maintenance funds for such projects, <br />and if will there be enough funding to continue to maintain these properties. Ms. Withington <br />replied that currently there is about 6 million in the fund, but that she cannot be certain of <br />future funding. <br />Please see the group reports below for further details regarding shoreline access and PONC <br />submissions. <br />Comm. No. 2018-09: http://records.hawaiicounty.gov/Weblink/1/doc/92283/Pagel.aspx <br />Comm. No. 2018-10 Parks, Water, Roads Group Report: Group member, John Winter, provided <br />a summary of the February Parks, Water, Roads Group meeting as well as recent progress. Mr. <br />Winter stated that the group had discussed various issues regarding Pololu and that it is at the <br />top of the CIP list and the group is currently waiting to see if the CIP list will be approved in July. <br />He announced that if it is approved, the group will hold another public meeting to discuss the <br />issues at Pololu. The group is looking into ways to acquire the mauka land from the highway for <br />a potential parking lot. Mr. Winter stated that no action will be taken on securing or <br />implementing the parking lot without first consulting with the public and listening to the <br />opinions of the community. <br />The group reported that it gave a presentation before the Farmer's Union at the recent <br />agricultural water study meeting regarding the water report produced by the NKCDP <br />subcommittee a couple of years ago. Additionally group member Lisa Andrews met with the <br />Friends of the Park, and one of the main issues discussed at that meeting was safety of the <br />existing infrastructure. <br />Comm. No. 2018-10: http://records.hawaiicounty.gov/Weblink/1/doc/92326/Pagel.aspx <br />Comm. No. 2018-13 & 2018-14 Growth Management Group Report and Work Plan: Group <br />member, Richard Elliot provided a summary of the February and March Growth Management <br />Group meetings. The group reported that issues involving signage and the potential of creating <br />design guidelines for the North Kohala community were topics of discussion at the meetings. <br />The group also discussed their goals and working plan for 2018. The group announced it would <br />be reviewing permits regarding subdivision. <br />www.hiplamingdept.co m <br />northkohala(a�hawahcounty.Qov <br />Page 2 <br />