Stopping Kaimuki Municipal Parking Lot Project

Stopping Kaimuki Municipal Parking Lot Project

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Bailee Naka’ahiki Jarrod Shinn started this petition to Mayor Kirk Caldwell & City and County of Honolulu

Aloha,

The hundreds of business owners of the Kaimuki community are not only concerned but alarmed with the parking lot closure of the Kaimuki municipal metered parking lot, located between Koko Head Avenue, Harding Avenue, Waialae Avenue & 12th Avenue.

The Kaimuki Municipal Metered Parking Lot will be closed for construction of parking lot improvements and replacement of the pavement. The work will begin on March 16 and will require approximately 8 months to complete. The work will be completed in three phases, with each phase lasting approximately 11 weeks.

There will be 24 hour closures of one area of the parking lot in each of the three construction phases.  A different area of the lot will be closed for each phase. Areas of the parking lot not under construction will remain open to the public.

Some of the many concerns that arise with the way this closure will affect our businesses include:

We were only given less than one months notice of the project and were given very little details regarding the situation. No parking alternatives were offered. This project could ultimately put a lot of our Kaimuki neighbors out of business. All we are asking is for is more time to prepare ourselves, inform our customers and more detailed information on the project.

Please join us by calling Mayor Kirk Caldwell’s office at: 808-768-4141 to voice your support by saying “Please work together with the local small business owners of the Kaimuki Community in finding a solution and alternatives of parking, before starting re-pavement construction of the Kaimuki Municipal Metered parking lot on March 16th” for these local small businesses of Kaimuki.

Mahalo, your support means everything to us.

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