I support that:

1. The State Urban District section of Paiko Ridge (TMK: 3-8-013-001) be excluded from the Community Growth Boundary and identified with red marking as illustrated in the East Honolulu Sustainable Communities Plan, Exhibit 2-1: Community Growth Boundary.

2. In Table 2-1: Potential Housing Within CGB on Lands Zoned for Residential Use in the revised East Honolulu Communities Plan, remove the row containing “Kuli’ou’ou” under the “Project Area” column; “8” under the “Possible Units” column; and “Large Vacant Lot” under the “Description” column. The parcel for these units will be changed to be outside the Community Growth Boundary.

3. Denial of Subdivision Application 2018/SUB-171, the application requesting the 4.12 acres be subdivided out from TMK: 3-8-013-001. We support TMK: 3-8-013-001 remain fully intact and that it be acquired by the Department of Land and Natural Resources to be added to the existing Kuli’ou’ou Forest Reserve. Pursuant to precedent set by multiple Supreme Court rulings, the Community does not agree with the Department of Permitting and Planning’s comments on the Planning Commission’s Deferral response approval (with conditions) of the Subdivision application to subdivide this section of TMK: 3-8-013-001. This conflicts directly with the East Honolulu Sustainable Communities Plan and is the first-step for continued expansion onto undeveloped, sloped valley wall areas.”

I support that:

1. The State Urban District section of Paiko Ridge (TMK: 3-8-013-001) be excluded from the Community Growth Boundary and identified with red marking as illustrated in the East Honolulu Sustainable Communities Plan, Exhibit 2-1: Community Growth Boundary.

2. In Table 2-1: Potential Housing Within CGB on Lands Zoned for Residential Use in the revised East Honolulu Communities Plan, remove the row containing “Kuli’ou’ou” under the “Project Area” column; “8” under the “Possible Units” column; and “Large Vacant Lot” under the “Description” column. The parcel for these units will be changed to be outside the Community Growth Boundary.

3. Denial of Subdivision Application 2018/SUB-171, the application requesting the 4.12 acres be subdivided out from TMK: 3-8-013-001. We support TMK: 3-8-013-001 remain fully intact and that it be acquired by the Department of Land and Natural Resources to be added to the existing Kuli’ou’ou Forest Reserve. Pursuant to precedent set by multiple Supreme Court rulings, the Community does not agree with the Department of Permitting and Planning’s comments on the Planning Commission’s Deferral response approval (with conditions) of the Subdivision application to subdivide this section of TMK: 3-8-013-001. This conflicts directly with the East Honolulu Sustainable Communities Plan and is the first-step for continued expansion onto undeveloped, sloped valley wall areas.”