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President's Message (Arlene Ellis)
Go-See Tours: Kapolei, the Second City
Go-See Tours: The Judiciary History Center
National Program on Violence Prevention - LWV-MN
Membership Meeting on Domestic Violence
Olelo: Public Access Provided on Television
General Membership Meeting
Some Suggestions from the Nominating Committee
Oahu Silver Legislature
Letters to the Editor - 1 - Waterfront Plan (Aloha Tower Group) (John Weil)
Letters to the Editor - 2 - Waterfront Plan (Aloha Tower Group) (Daniel E. Orodenker)
Hawaii Forum: Confronting Issues in an Island Society
Membership

Go-See Tours: Kapolei, the Second City

KAPOLEI, the Second City, was the "Go-See" tour for Leaguers 5 years ago when KAPOLEI was still only on the drawing board. Two years later members attended a video presentation of the long-range plan.

Monday, November 29, 1993, members and guests are being treated to a bus tour by Campbell Estate to Ewa, KAPOLEI CITY, and the surrounding development. We will meet at the office at 9:45 a.m., board the bus at Merchant and Fort Street, and proceed to 1001 Kamokila Blvd at KAPOLEI. We will tour Campbell Estate Headquarters, see a video of the development, and at 11:45, head for Lanikuhonua, the late Kamokila Campbell's homestead for lunch, as the Estate's guests.

After lunch we will visit Ko 'Olina at West Beach, inspect some of the surrounding developments and return to Honolulu at 2:30 a.m.

CALL THE OFFICE BY MONDAY, 11/22 FOR LUNCH AND BUS-SPACE COUNT.

In 1982, the objectives for the Secondary Urban Center were established in the County General Plan. Based on the State's population projections, the City allocated 9½%, or approximately 87,200 people at year 2000.

Of equal importance to the anticipated population growth was the growth of employment opportunities in the area.

No longer just a plan, KAPOLEI now has a post office designation, a Safeway supermarket, business buildings and homes. In September 1989, 11 new model homes were unveiled at Kumu Iki. Phase I of the KAPOLEI Shopping Center is partially built; the Barber's Point deep draft Harbor is complete and in operation; the Industrial Park houses over 150 tenants; and the St. Francis Medical Center-West is currently in operation.


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