REPORT FROM OLELO– ‘Olelo Community Media will cablecast live the only public hearing statewide on proposed adoption of amended administrative rules related to the Public Land Development Corporation, as well as Hawaii Community Development Authority hearings on mixed-use transit-oriented development proposals.
Public Land Development Corp.: Nov. 13
The PLDC program will air live on ‘Olelo Channel O‘AHU 55 as well as on Oceanic’s cable channel 55 on the Neighbor Islands, Tuesday, Nov. 13 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
The program will also be streamed live at www.olelo.org.
The public hearing will focus on amended rules for the new state agency, which is tasked with increasing revenues through the development of state lands through public-private partnerships.
Hawaii Community Development Authority: Nov. 20 and Dec. 13
HCDA is holding two public hearings to review proposals for mixed-use transit-oriented development projects. ‘Olelo will air the Nov. 20 hearing live on Channel NATV 53; specific channel information for the Dec. 13 hearing has yet to be determined. The programs will also be streamed live at www.olelo.org.
Two developers will make presentations on Nov. 20 at 9 a.m. The Dec. 13 hearing, also starting at 9 a.m., will focus on public oral and written testimony prior to HCDA decision-making.
‘Olelo is committed to airing programs of special community interest, whether live or taped, on its four channels (FOCUS 49, O‘AHU 55, NATV 53 and VIEWS 54)
On-demand viewing of these programs and all other ‘Olelo programming will be available through ‘Olelonet, the online archive at www.olelo.org.
About ‘Olelo Community Media
Established in 1989, ‘Olelo Community Media is a private, nonprofit provider of community access television services and resources on O‘ahu. It is committed to building, convening and strengthening communities and providing a voice for people to share their stories and ideas about issues of importance to foster community engagement and well-being.
‘Olelo’s mission is to strengthen our island voices and advance community engagement through innovative media. For more information, visit www.olelo.org.