The bill that would keep the urban growth boundary at Malaekahana where it is will die if the Honolulu Department of Planning and Permitting (DPP) doesn’t release at least a draft O`ahu General Plan this month or the next.
On March 5, the Honolulu Zoning and Planning Committee agreed unanimously to amend the bill -- Bill 47 – by removing all references to development at Malaekahana from the updated Ko`olau Loa Sustainable Communities Plan (KLSCP). Bill 47 recommends that the City Council adopt the updated KLSCP.
Committee members voted to pass the amended bill out for second reading by . . .
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