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Recommended CDP: January 2017

CDP Documents and supporting materials

CDP Outline with Links to Materials

In December 2016, the Hamakua CDP Steering Committee recommended approval of the CDP.  View and download sections of the recommended CDP by clicking on the links in the CDP outline below.  

The Steering Committee's recommendations incorporated revisions based on community review of the March 2016 draft CDP.

The CDP (Chapter 1 below) includes an Executive Summary and a more detailed introductory section. 

Immediately below the CDP outline, information can be found about the structure of the CDP and navigating the draft documents.

Chapter

Title

Status

I The Hamakua Community Development Plan  January 2017 draft for agency review incorporating final Steering Committee revisions.
II Planner's Guide to the CDP Re-organization of CDP land use policies for use by planners. January 2017 draft for agency review
III Guide to Agencies Re-organization of CDP "County Actions" and "Advocacy" items. January 2017 draft for agency review.
IV Community Implementation Tools
IV.1 Community Action Guide Detailed rationale and implementation steps for community action.  January 2017 draft for agency review.
IV.2 Action and Monitoring Matrix To be completed after CDP adoption
V Appendix
V3 Community Profile December 2010 Draft
V4 Background Analysis
V4A 'Aina: Natural and Cultural Resources Management Analysis August 2013 Draft
V4B Community Analysis December 2013 Draft
V4C Economic Analysis April 2014 Draft
V4D Industrial LUPAG Table February 2016 Draft
V5 CDP Policy Rationale January 2017 Draft
Misc.
Community Objectives (Revised 2015 November 21)
Hamakua CDP Values and Vision Statement Report

CDP Structure

The CDP is structured as outlined above.

Chapter I, The Hamakua Community Development Plan, is the document that will eventually be adopted by ordinance by the County Council.  The intent is to keep the CDP as concise and accessible as possible, leaving supporting material and analysis in the appendix.

Chapters II, III, and IV are supplementary materials designed to expedite CDP implementation.

Materials in the appendix set the context for and provide the detailed analysis behind the body of the CDP.  Therefore, they were the first to be completed.

Chapter V5 includes the rationale behind each of the County Policies and Advocacy items in the CDP.

Document Navigation Tips

Internal hyperlinks have been inserted to simplify navigation within documents.

Each document also has "Bookmarks," which can be seen by opening the Bookmark navigation pane in Adobe Acrobat Reader.  View/ Navigation Panels/ Bookmarks.

After following an internal link, it is easy to return to the previous point in the document by using either the Bookmark navigation pane or the "Previous View" button, which can be added to the "Page Navigation" toolbar in Acrobat Reader.

Sections of the Appendix are not designed to read from start to finish.  Consider reading through the introductory sections and then using the tables of contents, figures, and tables to find material of greatest interest.

 

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