Online via BlueJeans
Kalana Pakui Building Conference Room, First Floor
250 South High Street
Wailuku, HI 96793
In addition ot an in-person location this meeting will be available via BlueJeans
Regular Meeting of May 18, 2023
REMOTE MEETING LOCATION: Interactive video conference technology via BlueJeans Videoconferencing: Meeting ID: https://bluejeans.com/385271531
PHYSICAL LOCATION: Members of the public may view the meeting and provide testimony in person at the following location: 2145 Wells Street, Suite 102A, Wailuku, HI 96793
Troy Hashimoto, Representative, State of Hawaii Legislature, Chair
Marc Takamori, Maui County Department of Transportation Director, Vice Chair
Yuki Lei Sugimura, Maui County Councilmember
Tom Cook, Maui County Councilmember
Gabe Johnson, Maui County Councilmember
Angus McKelvey, Senator, State of Hawaii Legislature
Kathleen Aoki, Maui County Department of Planning Director
Jordan Molina, Maui County Department of Public Works Director
Ed Sniffen, State of Hawaii Department of Transportation Director
Pam Eaton, Executive Director, Maui MPO
Karen Tamaki, Financial Analyst
Stephanie Chen, Deputy Corporation Counsel, County of Maui
OFFICIAL TESTIMONY LOCATIONS
REMOTE MEETING LOCATION:
To join the meeting by phone, call 1.408.915.6290 and input meeting code 385271531. To join by video conference, use the following link: https://bluejeans.com/385271531
Written testimony may be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or to the Maui MPO, 200 South High Street, Wailuku, Hawaii, 96793. While the Policy Board requests that written testimony be submitted by noon, one business day prior to the meeting, to allow time for it to be transmitted to and reviewed by Policy Board members, testimony submitted after such date and time must still be accepted by the Policy Board.
Each testifier will be allowed to speak for up to three minutes.
Testifiers will be asked to disconnect from the video conference meeting once their testimony has concluded. Individuals may be disconnected from the meeting for breaking decorum.
Testifiers will be called by the Chair to offer their testimony and are asked to mute their audio and video when they are not testifying. Testifiers via video are asked to sign-up using the Chat function providing your name and the item you are testifying on.
Testifiers via phone will be called by the Chair after video testimony is finished. Policy Board members shall not be contacted by the Chat function. "Board Packets", as defined in Section 92-7.5 of the Hawaii Revised Statutes, are available electronically as soon as practicable at: https://mauimpo.org/policy-board
INTERRUPTION IN VIDEO/AUDIO:
If the connection between any testifier and the video conference is lost, the meeting will continue. A meeting held by interactive conference technology shall be automatically recessed for up to 30 minutes to restore communication when audiovisual communication cannot be maintained with Policy Board members participating in the meeting or with the public location identified above. If connection cannot be restored within 30 minutes, the meeting is automatically terminated.
An executive session may be called in order for the Policy Board to consult with its attorney on questions and issues pertaining to the Policy Board’s powers, duties, privileges, immunities and liabilities, pursuant to Sec. 92-5(a)(4), Hawaii Revised Statutes.
Documents relating to this meeting may be found by clicking on the links provided on this Agenda, on the County of Maui official website at www.mauimpo.org.
The address of the Policy Board is 200 South High Street, Wailuku, Hawaii, 96793. The phone number is (808) 270-8216 and email is email@example.com.
The links for Documents Received After Posting will be updated periodically when testimony or documents are received.
If you require an auxiliary aid or service or accommodation due to a disability, or limited English proficiency, please contact the Maui MPO staff no later than three business days prior to the scheduled meeting date by phone at (808) 270-8216, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail at 200 South High Street, Wailuku, Hawaii 96793. If a response is received after the requested three business days prior to the scheduled meeting, we will try to obtain the auxiliary aid or service or accommodation.
If any member of the Policy Board is unable to attend the scheduled meeting, please contact the Maui MPO at least one business day prior to the meeting date. Thank you for your cooperation.
The Board may vote to: 1) approve the minutes with amendments, deletions or additions as the Board considers necessary; 2) disapprove the minutes; or 3) defer.
The MPO Financial Analyst will provide an overview of the financial update for the month end April 30, 2023
The Board may vote to: (1) Approve the Executive Director’s Report with amendments, deletions or additions as the Board considers necessary; (2) disapprove the Executive Director’s Report; (3) defer; or (4) take other action.
The Maui MPO is required to follow a federal Performance Measure Management Program whereby the MPO must adopt performance targets to report to the Hawai`i Department of Transportation (HDOT). On April 20, 2023 the Maui MPO Technical Advisory Committee recommended that the Board support the State DOT performance by agreeing to plan and program projects so that they contribute toward the accomplishment of the State DOT bridge, pavement and freight targets.
Ken Tatsuguchi of the State DOT Highways Division Planning Branch, will deliver a presentation on the Bridge, Pavement, and Freight Targets from the National Safety Performance Management Measures in 23 CFR 490.
The Board may vote to: (1) support the State DOT performance measure targets as recommended by the Technical Advisory Committee by agreeing to plan and program projects so that they contribute toward the accomplishment of the State DOT bridge, pavement, and freight targets; (2) establish Maui specific targets for bridge, pavement and freight targets; (3) defer; or (4) take other action.
Executive Director and the consultant team will present a public review draft of the Maui MPO Public Participation Plan.
The Board may vote to: (1) Release the public review draft of the Public Participation Plan; (2) not release the Public Participation Plan for public review; (3) defer; or (4) take other action.
State legislators, HDOT and the MPO Executive Director will provide an update on State bills related to transportation and those tracked by the Maui MPO in 2023: HB24HD1 SD2 CD1; HB365 HD1 SD2; HB415 HD2 SD2; HB541 HD1 SD1 CD1; HB600 HD1 SD2 CD2; HB704 HD1 SD1 CD1; HB1104 HD1 SD 1; HB1107 HD2; HB1108 HD1 SD1; HB1109 HD2; HB1363 HD3 SD2 CD1; SB588 SD2 HD1 CD1; SB809 SD2 HD1; SB989 HD2; SB965 SD2 HD1; SB1024 SD2 HD1 1 CD1; SB1086 SD2 HD2 CD1; SB1173 SD1 HD2; SB1191 SD2 HD1; SB1505 SD2 HD2; SB1506 SD2 HD1; SB1534 SD2 HD3 CD1.
Capitol Improvement Program Financial breakdowns for Puunene Avenue Improvements
This is for notification and review purposes. No action is anticipated.