The following pending applications are made available here because they have been deemed to be of broad public interest. This is not a comprehensive list of all applications that have been submitted for Planning Commission consideration.
cellco partnership dba verizon wireless: use permit (use 17-000074) application, at Tax Map Key 1-5-038: portion of 013
CELLCO PARTNERSHIP DBA VERIZON WIRELESS is requesting a Use Permit to allow the construction of a new, non-manned telecommunication facility, consisting of a 155- foot tall steel monopine tower, retaining wall, 6- foot tall fencing and related facilities within a 1, 050- square foot lease area on a 33, 106- square foot parcel, situated in the County’s Agricultural 1- acre( A-1a) zoning district. The subject property is located at 15- 1463 21st Avenue, approximately 1, 700 feet north of the Kaloli Drive- 21st Avenue intersection, Hawaiian Paradise Park Subdivision, Kea‘au, Puna, Hawai‘i, TMK: (3) 1- 5- 038: 013. The date of the hearing for this application has been set for March 1, 2018. Related documents may be viewed by following the links below.
Waikoloa BC, LLC: Rezone (REZ 15-000196) and SMA Permit (SMA 15-000061 and Amend SMA 412) applications, at Tax Map Key 6-9-007: portion of 015
The above-referenced applications have been withdrawn by the applicant as of January 25, 2018. The related site visit by the Leeward Planning Commission, scheduled for February 15, 2018, has subsequently been cancelled and these items removed from the Planning Commission meeting agenda for that date. Please contact Maija Jackson of the Hilo Planning Department office (808/961-8288) should you have any questions.
If you would like to provide comments on these applications you may send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contested Case Hearing Assistance
The University of Hawai‘i has created a guidebook to assist those involved in a contested case hearing before an administrative agency in Hawai‘i. This guidebook provides a general overview of the contested case process in Hawai‘i, but you should refer to the Planning Commission’s Rule 4 (Contested Case Procedure) for specific information about how the Hawai‘i County Planning Commission conducts contested case hearings.
UH Contested Case Hearing Guidebook: http://www.hawaii.edu/ohelo/resources/MakingYourVoiceCount.pdf
See Planning Commission Rule 4 (Contested Case Procedure):
Planning Commission Rules