February came and went without a vote, despite an express wish in November by Honolulu City Council member Ikaika Anderson that one would be taken. March passed, too, and Anderson’s Bill 1, to approve the Ko‘olau Loa Sustainable Communities Plan, never made the agenda.
It’s been more than five years since the City and County of Honolulu’s Department of Planning and Permitting released its proposed update of the plan — a document that under ordinance is supposed to be updated every five but hasn’t been since 1999.
The DPP’s draft had built upon recommendations generated . . .
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