Meeting Time: April 13, 2021 at 9:00am HST

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Legislation Text County Communication 21-30 County Communication 21-173 Testimony from John Blumer-Buell 03-15-2021 Correspondence to EUTF 03-24-2021 and response 03-24-2021 Correspondence to ERS 03-24-2021 and response 04-01-2021 Correspondence from Mayor (FY 2022 Budget bills) 03-25-2021 FY 2022 Mayor's Budget Proposal - Program (03-25-2021) FY 2022 Mayor's Budget Proposal - Synopsis (03-25-2021) (BD-1) Correspondence to Budget Director 03-29-2021 and response 04-05-2021 (FN-1) Correspondence to Finance 03-29-2021 and response 03-31-2021 (BD-2) Correspondence to Budget Director 03-30-2021 and response 04-05-2021 Correspondence from Mayor 03-30-2021 Correspondence to Mayor and Budget Director 03-31-2021 Fiscal Year 2022 Budget Session Procedures 03-31-2021 Executive Summaries for 04-05-2021 meeting from Committee Chair 04-01-2021 OCS FY22 Budget Presentation 04-01-2021 (BD-3) Correspondence to Budget Director 04-01-2021 Councilmembers' questions to departments due 04-01-2021 Revised Councilmembers' priority proposals due 04-02-2021 (OCC-1) Correspondence to County Clerk 04-02-2021 (OCS-1) Correspondence to Council Services 04-02-2021 and response 04-07-2021 (OCA-1) Correspondence to County Auditor 04-02-2021 (CC-1) Correspondence to Corp Counsel 04-02-2021 and response 04-07-2021 (EMA-1) Correspondence to Emergency Management Agency 04-02-2021 Executive Summaries for 04-07-2021 meeting from Committee Chair 04-03-2021 (EM-1) Correspondence to Environmental Management 04-03-2021 and response 04-08-2021 (FN-2) Correspondence to Finance 04-03-2021 and response 04-08-2021 (FS-1) Correspondence to Fire and Public Safety 04-03-2021 and response 04-12-2021 (LC-1) Correpondence to Liquor Control 04-03-2021 and response 04-08-2021 (MD-1) Correspondence to Managing Director 04-03-2021 (PS-1) Correspondence to Personnel Services 04-03-2021 and response 04-09-2021 Questions to departments from Committee Chair 04-03-2021 (OM-1) Correspondence to Chief of Staff 04-04-2021 (PW-1) Correspondence to Public Works 04-04-2021 (HC-1) Correspondence to Housing and Human Concerns 04-04-2021 (PD-1) Correspondence to Police 04-04-2021 (PR-1) Correspondence to Parks and Reccreation 04-04-2021 and response 04-12-2021 (PA-1) Correspondence to Prosecuting Attorney 04-04-2021 (WS-1) Correspondence to Water Supply 04-04-2021 Revised FY22 Member Priority Proposal Matrix from Committee Chair 04-05-2021 (TD-1) Correspondence to Transportation 04-05-2021 (PL-1) Correspondence to Planning 04-05-2021 and response 04-12-2021 Executive Summaries for 04-08-2021 meeting from Committee Chair 04 06 2021 Executive Summaries for 04-09-2021 meeting from Committee Chair 04 06 2021 OCS salary bill and resolutions from OCS Director 04-07-2021 Informational documents from Councilmember Molina 04-07-2021 Informational documents from Councilmember Johnson 04-08-2021 Informational document from Councilmember Molina 04-08-2021 Executive Summaries for 04-12-2021 meeting from Committee Chair 04-08-2021 Vacancy Tax bill from Councilmember Paltin 04-08-2021 Revolving Fund bills from Councilmember Sugimura 04-09-2021 Proposed Range of Rates (FY22) resolution, from Committee Chair 04-09-2021 Executive Summaries for 04-13-2021 meeting from Committee Chair 04-10-2021 Executive Summaries for 04-14-2021 meeting from Committee Chair 04-11-2021 FY22 Budget Consensus Priorities 04-11-2021 from Committee Chair 04-12-2021 Informational document from Councilmember Paltin 04-12-2021 RPT Long-Term Rental Classification bill from Committee Chair 04-12-2021 Priority Proposal (DPW 47) from Councilmember Molina 04-13-2021 Informational document from Councilmember Paltin 04-13-2021

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    Guest User almost 3 years ago

    Aloha Budget Chair and Committee,
    My name is James Buika, Planner in the Planning Department and resident of Wailuku.
    My testimony relevant to the Public Works Dept budget is for one Council member to consider adding at least $300,000 to the Public Works Dept budget to be earmarked as a public contribution to the Affordable Housing Project, Wailuku Rental Apartments Projects, passed by CC in November 2018. The purpose of the money would be to preserve expansive harbor, north shore, and Haleakala scenic views that will be blocked by the two most mauka planned apartment buildings along Honoapi'ilani Hwy at Kuikahi Rd, opposite Foodland at vacant lot. The money would be for additional grading plans and actual grading to lower the two subject buildings that will stand 25 feet above highway grade and block a physical length of 366 feet of a 900 foot highway frontage. Note that I did email more detailed testimony to all Council Members on 3/23/21, addressed to CM Gabe Johnson and Director Rowena Dagdag-Andaya for consideration. Since the project has not started, I urge you to address the current scenic view impacts via public dollar contribution to preserve this magnificent view for generations to come.
    Mahalo for your hard work, dedication, and time commitment to the people of Maui County. I can be reached at 808-283-8636. Jim Buika Wailluku

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    Guest User almost 3 years ago


    I’m writing to voice my support for dedicated funding for a grant writer for the Department of Agriculture, under the Office of the Mayor. A grant writer dedicated to the department in this year's budget will be crucial to ensuring the Department is off to a great start and that we are able to secure funds—outside of local taxpayers’ dollars—to support our agricultural system's needs.

    The food and import shortages our island faced in the past year due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the global financial crisis were a small glimpse into the very real challenges at hand. We are at a pivotal point in ensuring a sustainable and food sovereign future for Maui’s communities, and including a grant writer for the new Department of Agriculture will serve these interests.

    Please do what’s right for us all.

    Mahalo for your time and consideration,


    Lily Diamond

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    Guest User almost 3 years ago

    Pa'ia Youth & Cultural Center

    Aloha Budget, Finance and Economic Development Committee,

    PYCC has been a blessing for my daughter and our family. She is 13 years old and has an extremely rough year at home due to family issues. Without the support that this place provides including the staff staff and her many friends she has met there, I don’t know where she would even be today emotionally! Being able to go have fun and learn and do her school work away from the home, has helped her through some very hard times. PYCC has also been so helpful and such a great resource for after school care when she would normally be home alone.
    We love this place!!!

    Sincerely, Jacqueline Hofmann