Draft Hāmākua CDP Documents
Draft elements of the Hāmākua CDP available for public review and comment
- Booklet Draft: Proposed Strategies Under Consideration (for Steering Committee Review)
- This draft of the "Proposed Strategies Under Consideration" booklet is intended for Steering Committee review and comment. We are asking them to provide comments on the following: 1. Content 2. Readability 3. Consistency with Values & Vision 4. Adequate preparation of the community for the upcoming regional workshop (early 2012). We will be discussing this draft as the main agenda item at our next Steering Committee Meeting (November 1, 2011 -see "events" folder for venue and time). We intend to incorporate their comments and other follow-up research into a final "Community" version which should be available Mid-November. The final booklet will be available on the CDP website as well as in print in libraries, community centers, rec centers and other community areas for your review.
- Hāmākua CDP Community Profile - Draft 1 (December 2010)
- The purpose of the community profile is to comprehensively describe the existing conditions of the planning area to provide a fact-based foundation to build policies. The sources of information include previous plans and studies, available mapping data, interviews with agencies, and input from the residents of the area who possess local knowledge. This profile describes the physical, social, cultural, and economic conditions, and also highlights the community’s values, stakeholders, and issues. This Draft represents a 90% complete community profile. In the coming months the Planning Team will follow up with agencies & stakeholders to help complete the profile. In addition, we welcome comments and further input on the draft profile from residents, community organizations and other stakeholders through the end of January, 2011. Please provide feedback to Christian Kay by phone at 808-961-8136 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Hāmākua CDP Values and Vision Statement Report
- The Values and Vision statement was adopted on March 1, 2011 by the HCDP Steering Committee