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PLDC to consider strategic plan


The Public Land Development Corporation (PLDC) has posted early notice of its next scheduled board meeting (Oct. 11), at which the board will consider a resolution approving a strategic plan that will better define its scope and facilitate final review of draft administrative rules.

To give the public ample time to submit comments, the early posting comes well before the six- day notice period that is required.

The board will also consider changes to the draft administrative rules that are more reflective of the strategic plan and address concerns raised at public hearings held across the state.

“We have heard the concerns of the community, and the PLDC board will now consider adoption of a strategic plan to better define what the PLDC can and cannot do,” said PLDC Chair Kalbert Young.

“The strategic plan sets priorities, guidelines and scope, while addressing the issues – and many misconceptions – that have been raised. We remain committed to the public comment process to which the people of Hawaii are entitled,” Young said.

The public may submit written testimony to Joy Kimura at or fax (808) 587-0390.

Established in 2011 by the Hawaii State Legislature, the Public Land Development Corporation’s purpose is to create and facilitate partnerships between state and county agencies, businesses, non-profits, and community groups to improve Hawaii’s communities, create jobs and expand public benefit through stewardship and responsible use of land resources.

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