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Housing, Transportation and Human Services Committee
Committee Roles and Duties
Committee duties Include
- Social services programs and related grants, including grants of interests in real property.
- Affordable or residential workforce housing programs, excluding expedited approvals of housing projects pursuant to Chapter 201H, Hawaii Revised Statutes, or any successor statute.
- Amendments to the Residential Workforce Housing Policy and other affordable housing ordinances.
- Homeless programs and related matters.
- Proposals for increasing the availability or affordability of housing.
- Amendments to the Subdivision Ordinance and Building and Construction Codes.
- Operations of the Department of Housing and Human Concerns and the Department of Transportation, including the operational oversight of any grants they administer.
Committee Meeting Schedule
Housing, Human Services and Transportation Committee meetings are held in the Council Chamber at 1:30 pm on the Thursday prior to the first and third Friday of each month; however, the schedule is subject to change. The Committee may also periodically schedule site inspections.
Info on how to testify (in written or oral form) is located here. Also included is advice on how to provide effective testimony.
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Committee Members and Contact Info
Links to Committee Documents
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Links to agendas and videos from select Committee meetings can be accessed here.
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Housing Committee TRACKER POSTS
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