Final O’ahu Island Plan Posted for ReviewPosted on Jan 13, 2014 in Beneficiary Consultation, Community News, Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, Planning Office, Public Information, Public Notice
O‘ahu Island Plan Beneficiary Consultation 2013
The Island Plans are island-specific, 20-year visioning documents that designate land uses for Hawaiian home lands. The purpose of the O‘ahu Island Plan is to provide overarching guidance and recommendations for appropriate land uses at the regional level. The Plan will examine infrastructure needs and opportunities from an island wide perspective, gauge beneficiary wants and needs, propose areas for homesteading and non-homesteading uses, estimate costs for on- and off-site infrastructure, and, based on these findings, identify priority areas for homestead development, community use and income generation. Oʻahu is the last island to get an Island Plan.We invite you to participate in these meetings to provide your feedback and input.We look forward to hearing your manao and hope that you will make the time to attend. If you have any questions, please contact Nancy McPherson of the Planning Office at (808) 620‑9519 or by email at Nancy.M.McPherson@hawaii.gov.
The Final O’ahu Island Plan documents were posted for your consideration on the O’ahu Island Plan Beneficiary Consultation page, today. Please refer to: