TWENTY-SIXTH LEGISLATURE, 2012
STATE OF HAWAII
A BILL FOR AN ACT
RELATING TO THE HAWAII COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY.
BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF HAWAII:
SECTION 1. The legislature finds that quorum of the Hawaii community development authority is difficult to achieve. Due to the size and restrictions of the membership, often times decisions are unable to be made in a timely manner. In order to allow for the benefit of representation of all stakeholders, the composition of the membership of the authority should be amended.
The purpose of this Act is to change the composition of the Hawaii community development authority board to nine voting members for each community development district and allow for certain members to designate a voting representative if they are unable to attend a meeting.
SECTION 2. Section 206E-3, Hawaii Revised Statutes, is amended by amending subsection (b) to read as follows:
The authority shall consist of [
thirteen] nine voting members[ .]
for each initial designated district. The director of finance, the
director of business, economic development, and tourism, the comptroller, chairperson
of the Hawaiian homes commission, director of the city and county of Honolulu
department of planning and permitting, and [ the director of
transportation,] a cultural expert appointed by the governor pursuant to
section 26-34, or their respective designated representatives, shall
serve as ex officio, voting members[ . One member shall be appointed by the
governor from a list of not less than three prospective appointees submitted by
the president of the senate, and one member shall be appointed by the governor
from a list of not less than three prospective appointees submitted by the
speaker of the house of representatives. Seven members shall be appointed by
the governor for staggered terms pursuant to section 26-34; provided that four
members shall be appointed at large and, initially, three] in each
initial designated district. Three members, hereinafter referred to as
county members, shall be selected from a list of ten prospective appointees
recommended by the local governing body of the county in which the initial
designated district is situated; and provided further that when vacancies occur
in any of the three positions for which the members were selected from a list
of county recommendations, the governor shall fill such vacancies on the basis
of one from a list of four recommendations, two from a list of seven
recommendations, or three from a list of ten recommendations. The list of
recommendations shall be made by the local governing body of the county. Of the [ nine] four members
appointed either by the governor [ from the lists provided by the president
of the senate and speaker of the house, at-large by the governor,] as a
cultural expert or as county members recommended by the local governing
body of the county in which the initial designated district is situated, at
least two members shall represent small businesses and shall be designated as
the small business representatives on the board whose purpose, among other
things, is to vote on matters before the board that affect small businesses.
The small business representatives shall be owners or active managers of a
small business with its principal place of operation located within the
physical boundaries of the initial designated district. Notwithstanding
section 84-14(a), the small business representatives shall not be prohibited
from voting on any matter concerning any district under the board's
jurisdiction; provided that the matter is not limited to solely benefiting the
specific interest of that member and the matter concerns broader interests
within the district. If an
additional district is designated by the legislature, [ the total membership
of the authority shall be increased] the governor shall appoint three
county members as prescribed above [ by the appointment of three
additional members, except as provided for in section 206E-191].
Notwithstanding section 92-15, a majority of all members shall constitute a quorum to do business, and the concurrence of a majority of all members shall be necessary to make any action of the authority valid; except that, on any matter relating solely to a specific community development district, the members representing districts other than that specific community development district shall neither vote, nor shall they be counted to constitute a quorum, and concurrence shall be required of a majority of that portion of the authority made up of all ex officio voting members, members at large, and county and district members representing the district for which action is being proposed for such action to be valid. All members shall continue in office until their respective successors have been appointed and qualified. Except as herein provided, no member appointed under this subsection shall be an officer or employee of the State or its political subdivisions.
of this section, "small business" means a business which is
independently owned and which is not dominant in its field of operation."
SECTION 3. Section 206E-191, Hawaii Revised Statutes, is amended to read as follows:
Barbers Point Naval Air Station redevelopment; power to redevelop established. (a) The Hawaii community development authority
shall be the designated agency of the State to implement this part.
(b) The authority shall act as the local redevelopment authority to facilitate the redevelopment of Barbers Point Naval Air Station in accordance with the Barbers Point Naval Air Station community reuse plan. In addition to any other duties that the authority may have pursuant to this chapter, the authority's duties shall include but not be limited to:
(1) Coordinating with the Navy and other entities during the conveyance of properties and conducting remediation activities for the Barbers Point Naval Air Station community reuse plan;
(2) Assisting landholders designated by the plan to market their properties and process conveyance requests;
(3) Working with the Navy and others to ensure that infrastructure support is provided to the existing developed area, referred to as the "downtown area", and other federally retained areas;
(4) Developing the infrastructure necessary to support the implementation of the Barbers Point Naval Air Station community reuse plan; and
(5) Providing, to the extent feasible, maximum opportunity for the reuse of surplus property by private enterprise or state and county government.
(c) Five additional voting members shall,
except as otherwise provided in this subsection, be appointed to the authority
by the governor to represent the Kalaeloa community development district.
These members shall be considered in determining quorum and majority only on
issues relating to the Kalaeloa community development district, and may vote
only on issues relating to the Kalaeloa community development district. These
members shall consist of: (1) The chairperson of the Hawaiian homes commission; (2) The director of the city and county of Honolulu
department of planning and permitting; (3) Two members representing the surrounding
community for a term pursuant to section 26-34, one of which shall be
selected by the mayor of the city and county of Honolulu; and (4) One member who is a Hawaiian cultural
SECTION 4. Statutory material to be repealed is bracketed and stricken. New statutory material is underscored.
SECTION 5. This Act shall take effect on July 1, 2020.
Hawaii Community Development Authority
Amend the composition of the HCDA board to nine voting members for each established district. Effective 7/1/2020. (SD1)
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