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Amendment to Mayor's COVID-11 9 Emergency Rule No. 11 <br /> <br />The County of Hawaii has experienced a sustained increase in community associated <br />COVID-19 cases and 3 COVID-19 deaths. Several clusters have been linked to social <br />gatherings. The following are amendments to Exhibit 2 of Mayor's Covid-19 Emergency Rule <br />Number 11 temporarily closing County beach and shoreline parks in order to stop large social <br />gatherings. The County continues to promote outdoor exercise. Additions are underlined and <br />bolded, deletions are [bracketed] and stricken as follows: <br />7. Camping is permitted in accordance with the following conditions and with <br />modified rules as established by the Director: <br />a. The following campsite[s] remains open: <br />i) Gilbert Kahele Recreation Area <br />Beach PaFk <br />Bearh PaF <br />iiki RpRrh Park <br />heehoe Pt. Beaeh-P-a* <br />vi) Mahwkn-R-a -Rezan-h Pwk <br />vii) Punalu'u BeaGh Park <br />viii)SpenGeF PaFk at'Ghai'ula BeaGh <br />C x) Whittington BeaGh P-afk] <br />S. All County beach Parks and shoreline parks are closed and the following - <br />terms and conditions applV: <br />a. Beach parks and coastal parks may only be used for direct <br />access to and from the ocean or shoreline in order to on -gage in <br />exercise, fishing- and gathering food, and use of restroom and <br />shower facilities during the hours of 7 a.m. through 7 p.m. daily. <br />b. Use of pavilions, barbecues, temporary canopies, pop-up tents, <br />tarps, similar shade devices, etc, are not allowed. <br />Roy Takernoto <br />uv <br />Managing Director <br />Harry Kim <br />blayor <br />Barbara J. Kossow <br />zv; <br />Deputy Managing Director <br />County of Hawail <br />Office of the Mayor <br />25 Aupuni Street, Suite 2603 • Hilo, Hawaii 96720 • (808) 961-8211 <br />Fax (808) 961-6553 <br />KONA: 74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Hwy., Bldg C • Kailua-Kona, Hawaii 96740 <br />(808) 323-4444 • Fax (808) 323-4440 <br />Amendment to Mayor's COVID-11 9 Emergency Rule No. 11 <br />The County of Hawaii has experienced a sustained increase in community associated <br />COVID-19 cases and 3 COVID-19 deaths. Several clusters have been linked to social <br />gatherings. The following are amendments to Exhibit 2 of Mayor's Covid-1 9 Emergency Rule <br />No. 11 temporarily closing County beach and shoreline parks in order to stop large social <br />gatherings. The County continues to promote outdoor exercise. Additions are underlined and <br />bolded, deletions are [bracketed] and 6#iGkeFi as follows: <br />7. Camping is permitted in accordance with the following conditions and with <br />modified rules as established by the Director: <br />a. The following campsite[s] remains open: <br />i) Gilbert Kahele Recreation Area <br />Beach PaFk <br />Bearh PaF <br />iiki RpRrh Park <br />heehoe Pt. Beaeh-P-a* <br />vi) Mahwkn-R-a -Rezan-h Pwk <br />vii) Punalu'u BeaGh Park <br />viii)SpenGeF PaFk at'Ghai'ula BeaGh <br />C x) Whi#ingten BeaGh P-afk] <br />S. All County beach Parks and shoreline parks are closed and the following - <br />terms and conditions applV: <br />a. Beach parks and coastal parks may only be used for direct <br />access to and from the ocean or shoreline in order to on -gage in <br />exercise, fishing- and gathering food, and use of restroom and <br />shower facilities during the hours of 7 a.m. through 7 p.m. daily. <br />b. Use of pavilions, barbecues, temporary canopies, pop-up tents, <br />tarps, similar shade devices, etc, are not allowed. <br />