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kalakoa Posted - 05/26/2016 : 08:53:52
http://www.westhawaiitoday.com/opinion/columns/development-plans-blueprint-accountability

The Community Development Plan Program was created to decentralize the county government's long tradition of top down authority and replace it with a community-driven system serving specific geographic regions around the island. The program provides a process for residents to identify needs and funding priorities as well as to establish policies directed to that region.

So far, we have Pahoa Park and a roundabout; no alternate route, no new "village centers". What are the "priorities"?
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Seeb Posted - 05/27/2016 : 19:12:54
The county was forced by the court to go thru the motions it was never meant to go anywhere
Chunkster Posted - 05/27/2016 : 09:57:29
Priorities? Maintaining the status quo, of course.

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