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North Shore Zoning; Jazz Fest; Bill 48; "Welcome to the Anthropocene"

It’s Monday, October 7 – From HPR2, it’s The Conversation

North Shore Special Zoning Meeting: Creighton Mattoon

Creighton Mattoon

Creighton Mattoon was born on the Big Island and is a retired clinical psychologist. He served 30 years as a Mental Health Consultant to the Courts and the Corrections systems. But his favorite roles these days are as grandpa and community activist- especially to oppose north shore urbanization. The Honolulu City Council's Zoning and Planning Committee will take it up - again- in a special hearing in Kahuku tomorrow night.

PAC RIM Jazz Fest: Michael Paulo

Michael Paulo

Michael Paulo is the producer of The Fourth Annual Pacific Rim Jazz Festival at The Hawaii Convention Center on November 2nd.

Bill 48, Rezoning for Koa Ridge: Dick Poirier

Richard Poirier

Dick Poirier chairs and co founded the  Mililani/Melemanu/Waipio Neighborhood Board over 40 years ago. He was a Planning Program Manager for many years with the State and now would like the City to follow correct procedures to accurately study the impact of traffic in the rezoning of  Koa Ridge.The next meeting to vote on the rezoning happens on Wednesday

"Welcome to the Anthropocene," Elizabeth Kolbert

Elizabeth Kolbert

Elizabeth Kolbert is a staff writer for the New Yorker who will be speaking at U-H on October 10.  Her topic: “Welcome to the Anthropocene.”

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