Community meeting on Oahu held at Farrington High School on Tuesday, May 22
Meeting presentation and input from community
The following buttons link to the formal power point presentation and the comments and input given by the residents who participated in the community meeting.View the presentation (PDF) » View the Notes (PDF) »
At the meeting the following poster boards were displayed. Participants answered by writing responses on post-it notes and attaching them to the posters. The comments gathered at this meeting listed below next to the corresponding poster.
Why do preservation planning?
1) Identify, before demolition or changes are proposed, what the community wants to protect.
2) Ensure public policies are in line with goals
3) Educate citizens about the value of their heritage
4) Create priorities for preservation activities and policy
5) Measure progress in preserving cultural and historical resources
6) Address issues relating to development, design, transportation and tourism that affect historic preservation
What are your preservation priorities?
1) Native Hawaiian burial sites
2) Historic districts including streets, buildings, and sites
4) Residential neighborhoods and houses
5) Institutional or public building
6) Increase the diversity of participation in preservation movement and sites preserved
7) Create an inventory database of all historic properties
8- Integrate community groups into preservation planning process
9) Education through the school system
What would you save?
How to promote historic preservation?
1) State regulation, tax relief, development incentives
2) City/county regulation, tax relief, development incentives
3) Business sector action
4) Not-for-profit actions
5) Public-private partnerships
6) Education of whom, on what and How