Mayor Kirk Caldwell: Respect the 1999 Ko'olau Loa Sustainable Plan. Reject the 2012 MUFI's PLAN.
  • Petitioned Councilman Ikaika Anderson

This petition was delivered to:

City Council Zoning Chair
Councilman Ikaika Anderson
Honolulu Mayor
Mayor Kirk Caldwell
Honolulu City Council Chair
Ernest Martin
Hawaii Governor
Hawaii State Senate
Hawaii State House

Mayor Kirk Caldwell: Respect the 1999 Ko'olau Loa Sustainable Plan. Reject the 2012 MUFI's PLAN.

    1. Petition by

      Onipaa Hawaii

Save Oahu's limited agricultural land. "ENVISION LAIE" Subdivision at Gunstock Ranch Kahuku will destroy rural Ko'olau Loa & Oahu's limited agricultural lands.

Maintain the 1999 Ko'olau Loa Sustainable Communities Plan. Reject the 2012 MUFI's PLAN that will cement Ko'olau Loa and turn it into LITTLE UTAH.

Contrary to Hawaii Reserves, BYU-H and PCC's faulty claims, "ENVISION LAIE" has little support. It is OPPOSED by Hauula, Punalu'u, Ka'a'awa, north shore communities, including the Kahalu'u Neighborhood Board.

The 2-lane country road lacks capacity to service more massive developments' traffic.

Developers will build and build while taxpayers will suffer impacts and pay for the massive infrastructure costs.

Hawaii Reserves Inc promised to build 550 affordable homes in Laie twenty years ago but not a single stick has been put into the ground.

Turtle Bay Resort expansion with timeshares and luxury condos will not provide hotel jobs. "Tomorrow's Ahupua'a" of retail shops.luxury condos, timeshares insults the concept of ahupua'a.


Don't kill the Golden Goose of Hawaii's tourism. Save Rural Ko'olau Loa and the North Shore.

Keep the Country Country.

To:
Councilman Ikaika Anderson, City Council Zoning Chair
Mayor Kirk Caldwell, Honolulu Mayor
Ernest Martin, Honolulu City Council Chair
Hawaii Governor
Hawaii State Senate
Hawaii State House
Respect the 1999 Ko'olau Loa Sustainable Plan. Reject the 2012 MUFI's PLAN.

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    1. Reached 50 signatures
    2. Hawaii Reserves, BYU-Hawaii & PCC exploits its own people with "homes".

      Onipaa Hawaii
      Petition Organizer
      Envision Laie - Ko'olau Loa Sustainable Plan -AFFORDABLE HOUSING Myth

      Honolulu Planning Commission To repeal the existing Sustainable Communities Plan (SCP) to insert "Envision Laie" (300 acres of state agriculture-zoned land) in Malaekahana & Turtle Bay Resort Expansion. March 6, 2013 1:30 pm -6:00 pm Windward Community College

    3. Hawaii Reserves. BYU-H & PCC says "ENVISION LAIE" has good support. WRONG!!

      Onipaa Hawaii
      Petition Organizer
      Envision Laie: Change it to "Envision Ko'olau Loa"

      Long-time resident and President of Ka'a'awa Community Association speaks at Honolulu Planning Commission To repeal the existing Sustainable Communities Plan (SCP) to include "Envision Laie" (300 acres of state agriculture-zoned land) in Malaekahana & Turtle Bay Resort Expansion. March 6, 2013 1:30 pm -6:00 pm Windward Community College

    4. Hawaii Reserves, BYU-Hawaii & PCC exploit its most vulnerable!

      Onipaa Hawaii
      Petition Organizer
      Envision Laie Housing Video 2013

      Hauula Resident speaks at Honolulu Planning Commission To repeal the existing Sustainable Communities Plan (SCP) to include "Envision Laie" (300 acres of state agriculture-zoned land) in Malaekahana & Turtle Bay Resort Expansion. March 6, 2013 1:30 pm -6:00 pm Windward Community College

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    • Lynn Wilson HONOLULU, HI
      • 9 months ago

      We have a challenge ahead of us... growing more food, safe food here at home... we need to facilitate that instead of gentrifying farmlands... mahalo!

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    • Helena Kaawa WAIANAE,HI 96792, HI
      • 9 months ago

      Some parts of Hawaii has to stay Hawaii Like the country side. Live country,COUNTRY !

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    • Rev James Walsh HALEIWA, HI
      • 9 months ago

      Betrayed at Koa Ridge ..Betrayed at Kahuku .. what's next for the mayor?

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    • Peter Hodgson HALEIWA, HI
      • 9 months ago

      The North Shore can not handle over development. It is already crowded and traffic can be unbearable. This is not part of a sustainable community plan. Please consider the current residents before adding too many more. We already share this with as many torrists as residents and if you keep adding more residenst the tourist will not want to come visit when they can not even drive down the two land "highway" to go anywhere like we already experience a lot.

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    • WIlliam Howes HALEIWA, HI
      • 9 months ago

      Respect the 1999 Ko'olau Loa Sustainable Plan. Reject the 2012 MUFI's PLAN.

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