A PROPOSED NEW BUILDING CODE FOR HAWAI`I COUNTY is up for discussion this Tuesday at
the County Council meeting. The County of Hawai‘i Department of Public Works, Building Division is releasing drafts of the proposed building code amendments. They would reflect the 2018 International Building Code (IBC), 2018 International Residential Code (IRC), 2018 International Existing Building Code (IEBC) and 2018 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC).
Bill 44 would install sections 5B and 5C, the 2018 IRC and 2018 IEBC to the Hawai'i County Code.
The proposed changes to current code amendments can be seen here: Draft.
County Council will be discussing these changes at the Public Works and Mass Transit Committee Meeting on Tuesday, June 15, 2021 at 10:30 am.
Those 12 to 17 years of age will require permission from a parent who is present at the event.
Sports physicals will be offered from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Parents must be present. Location address is 92-8924 Leilani Circle in Ocean View.
by Hawai`i Congressmen Ed Case and Kai Kahele include the following:
The museum will assemble a team of experts, knowledge-bearers, teachers, and other museum professionals to build the voice, text, and content for the exhibit panels and labels, which will reflect Hawaiian history, culture, and contemporary issues.
The project team will also engage with local residents, college faculty and students, military service members and their families, and others to ensure that the process opens as many doors as possible to serving the Hawaiian community as well as building better understanding of Hawaiian culture for visitors.
access via the Internet and social media platforms. Collections to be digitized, cataloged, and transcribed include church administration and sacramental records; land, buildings, and grounds records; and audio tapes, music, and photographs. Documents such as baptism, marriage, death, and funeral records will provide genealogical data for Hawai‘i residents. A project coordinator and digital archive specialist will coordinate the project in addition to creating a series of videos for community members to provide instruction on the use of the digital collections to conduct research on family history.
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SHOOTZ AIMS TO 'BRING BACK LIVE,' says members of the band from Kaʻū. Shootz was originally formed almost four years ago by Harry Evangelista and Tui Masaniai as an acoustic duo which quickly
took on singer Terrie Lewis from the well known Edwardo Espejo musical family. After performing as a trio they invited drummer and drum teacher Gabriel Cuevas and vocalist Cheryl Cuevas to team up.
|Gabriel Cuevas is the drummer for Shootz and also teaches|
pro drumming. Photo by Cheryl Cuevas
ANY LOCAL CONTRACTORS LOOKING TO WORK WITH THE MILITARY'S POHAKULOA TRAINING AREA can attend a zoom meeting next Wednesday, June 16 from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. The zoom webinar will be hosted by HI-PTAC and the Pohakuloa Training Area to include a brief on the Improvement Plans happening in the PTA and the possible strategies for local contractor involvement. PTA representatives will discuss how the work is being procured through a Small Business Multiple Award Task Order Contract. A Q&A with the speakers will follow the presentation.