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73 Candidates File for Neighborhood Board Elections
By News Release @ 3:04 AM :: 3771 Views :: Honolulu County

2015 Neighborhood Board Candidate filing period opens

News Release from City and County of Honolulu

Honolulu – Beginning December 2, O‘ahu residents can file to run for a seat on their Neighborhood Board. 

(See updated list of candidates below.)

Candidates may apply online at www.honolulu.gov/nco. Registration forms are also available at the City and County of Honolulu Neighborhood Commission Office, Honolulu Hale, room 406, or by calling (808) 768-3717.  The deadline to apply is February 20, 2015.

“Serving on your Neighborhood Board presents the opportunity to create real change in your community, build a legacy, and network with other leaders,” said Mayor Kirk Caldwell. “No one knows a neighborhood better than the people who live in it. I was honored to serve on both the Manoa and Kaimuki Neighborhood Boards.”

Candidacy is open to O‘ahu residents who will be at least 18 years of age by February 20, 2015. Mailed forms must be postmarked by February 20 and received by February 27, 2015. This is also the deadline to for residents to register to vote in the Neighborhood Board elections.

Residents who voted in the 2014 primary or general elections are automatically registered to vote in the 2015 Neighborhood Board elections. Other residents may register by submitting a Neighborhood Board voter registration form. The form is posted online at www.honolulu.gov/nco and is available through the NCO. Voting begins April 21, 2015 and ends May 15, 2015. Elected board members serve a two year term, starting in July of 2015.

The Neighborhood Board System is the only government sponsored civic engagement system in the State of Hawai‘i. While they are advisory, board activities may include study and review of capital improvement projects and zoning concerns. They may also conduct educational programs on governmental decision making processes and establish community goals, objectives, and priorities.



2015 Candidates List

*As of December 7, 2014

Board Name Board No. and Subdistrict Last name First name
Hawaii Kai 01 At-large 00 Iwasa Natalie
Hawaii Kai 01 At-large 00 Patel Rohinton
Hawaii Kai 01 05 Vidinhar Brian
Hawaii Kai 01 10 Mayor Roberta
Hawaii Kai 01 11 Burns Rob
Kuliouou-Kalani Iki 02 04 Cordero Radiant
Kuliouou-Kalani Iki 02 06 Mori Martin
Kuliouou-Kalani Iki 02 08 Schell John Edward
Kaimuki 04 03 Hoe Paul
Diamond Head/Kapahulu/St Louis Heights 05 01 Kievlan Matthew
Diamond Head/ Kapahulu/St Louis Heights 05 02 Waialeale George
Diamond Head/ Kapahulu/St Louis Heights 05 03 Persons Don
Palolo 06 00 Hack Randolph
Palolo 06 03 Holtrop Paul
Manoa 07 03 Bilodeau Denise
Manoa 07 04 Quadri Muhammad
McCully-Moiliili 08 00 Choe Bryan
McCully-Moiliili 08 00 Carlos Marijane
Waikiki 09 01 Poole Richard
Waikiki 09 03 Benson David
Makiki/ Lower Punchbowl/Tantalus 10 01 Fenton Larry
Makiki/Lower Punchbowl/Tantalus 10 02 Klink Paul
Makiki/Lower Punchbowl/Tantalus 10 02 Mitchell Samuel
Ala Moana/Kakaako 11 01 Ammons William
Downtown 13 00 Shubert-Kwock Chu Lan
Downtown No. 13 00 Mollring Dolores
Liliha/ Puunui/ Alewa/ Kamehameha Heights 14 00 Campagna Carl
Liliha/ Puunui/ Alewa/ Kamehameha Heights 14 05 Stubbs Robert
Kalihi-Palama 15 At-large 00 Ybanez Amanda
Kalihi-Palama 15 At-large 00 Nunies Keoki
Kalihi-Palama 15 At-large 00 Erb Robert
Kalihi Valley 16 00 Youngquist Arvid
Aliamanu/Salt Lake/Foster Village 18 00 Egge Dennis
Aliamanu/ Salt Lake/ Foster Village 18 00 Eala Janice
Aliamanu/ Salt Lake/ Foster Village 18 00 Igawa Patti
Aiea 20 01 Arakaki Tracy
Aiea 20 02 Vasquez-Delacerna Alyn
Aiea 20 03 Biesecker Teddy
Aiea 20 04 Mobley Ron
Pearl City 21 00 Veray Larry
Waipahu 22 00 Shon Krystal
Ewa 23 00 Jeremiah Bryan
Ewa 23 00 Chong Isaiah
Ewa 23 00 Rathbun Kevin
Waianae 24 At-large 00 Gates Cedric
Waianae 24 00 Salmon Chaunnel
Waianae 24 02 Endo Calvin
Mililani/ Waipio/ Melemanu 25 At-large 00 Perry Debra
Mililani/ Waipio/ Melemanu 25 At-large 00 Remington Charles
Mililani/ Waipio/ Melemanu 25 01 Chapman III James
Mililani/ Waipio/ Melemanu 25 01 Lee Marilyn
Wahiawa-Whitmore Village 26 At-large 00 Hasegawa Clifton
Wahiawa-Whitmore Village 26 At-large 00 Nunes Linda Marie
Wahiawa-Whitmore Village 26 At-large 00 Toyama Christopher
North Shore 27 At-Large 00 Reid Jack
North Shore 27 At-Large 00 Foo SharLyn
North Shore 27 02 Pawlowski Jack
North Shore 27 03 Philips Carol
Koolauloa 28 01 Memea Fiatagata
Koolauloa 28 01 Fonoimoana Kent
Koolauloa 28 02 Moore Verla
Koolauloa 28 03 Auna Vanley
Kahaluu 29 01 Tangaro Lola
Kaneohe 30 03 Singh Tarlok
Kaneohe 30 08 Flanigan John
Kaneohe 30 13 Hanks Jonathan
Kaneohe 30 14 Sager William
Kailua 31 03 Weinberg Ronald
Kailua 31 04 Freeman Tim
Waimanalo 32 At-large 00 Ho Wilson
Makakilo/ Kapolei/ Honokai Hale 34 00 Palma Elmore Mericia
Makakilo/ Kapolei/ Honokai Hale 34 00 Nihipali Kailene
Nanakuli-Maili 36 00 Aipoalani Hanalei

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