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The Board of Supervisors of tlio
County of Kauai hold Its monthly busi
ness nipc ting at its office, ns usual, on
Wednesday, August 4th, 11120, at
10 a. rn.
Present: A. Mcm-foKlin, temporary
chairman; W. D. McBryde, J. F. Bet
The minutes of the last meeting
were read and approved.
A report (P ISOti) was received
from the Hoard of Managers of the
Puukapele Park as follows:
"To the Honorable Board of Super
visors, County of Kauai
In compliance with the provisions
of the ordinance establishing the Puu
kapele park, the Board of Managers
met on July 24, 11120. and formulated
tin; following, which they submit as a
proposed general working plan for
the development and management of
said park, and hereby asks your ap
proval of the same.
Location of Kaana Camp
The Board deems it advisable to
reserve approximately 15 acres to be
known as the Kaana Camp. This camp
site is reserved for the purpose of
locating an inner central house for a
social hall, for outdoor recreational
sports and for such other things of a
public or general nature as the Board
of Managers may consider advisable.
Selection of Individual Building or
Building or camp sites may be
selected by individuals subject to the
approval of the Board of Managers.
Regulations of Camp Sites
All regulations made by the Board
of Forestry shall apply to these lots,
and such regulations o fthe Board of
Health as are applicable. Other reg
ulations will be added as the necessity
Development of the Park
The principal development work
consisles of installing a water supply
which is well under way. Further
development work such as trails, etc.
will be recommended as necessity
Enlargement of Park
We recommend the Park be extend
ed mauka to a point a short distance
above the tunnel and the makai por
tion to be extended westward to the
forrest reserve boundary and to the
Puulua 1 5 ill.
W. V. SANBORN.
Chairman of the Board of Managers
In connection with this report the
County Boad Engineer was instructed
to make a survey of the extension
recommended for the Park and to ap
ply to the Governor for the setting
aside of said extension for the Puuka
Bitl for pipe required for County's
use: One was received from F. E.
liichnrdsoa & Co, Ltd. and was re
ferred to the Engineer for advise.
Bids for furnishing 'materials etc.
for a r0 foot npaii concrete bridge at
Nawiliwili: None received.
Bids for furnishing materials for a
3-10 foot span concrete bridge at Ana
hola : None received.
By an unanimous vote Messrs. W.
I). McBryde, Win. Henry Uice, sheriff.
K. C. Ahana, treasurer, ami County
Attorney Kaeo were appointed a com
mute to draft a new Automobile Or
dinance ami submit to the Board.
Mr. McBryde moved that the Conn
tj koad Supervisor prepare blanks on
which each or one in charge of a
work in the County to report each
I month to the koail KimeiviKrn- nil nnr
chases by him for supplies also re
J pairs made under his supervision dur-j
I ing tiie cm rent mouth and being sec-i
I onded by Mr. Bettencourt Jr. the same)
; was carried.
j .Notice (P 1S10) by the Kauai In
iilustiial Accident Board regarding of
a decision rendered a claim by one
Mani-i Nuwelu who as alleged acci
dentally received injuries to his eye
while working for lln- Couniy. allow-
i:rc iI.iaiK'.nt legal compensation for
injuries susUiijed at the rate of Fifty
per cent, of weekly wages during a
period of one hundred nnd twenty
eight weeks from the date of injury
was received from J. M. Lydgate,
chairman of said Industrial Accident
Board nnd referred to the County
Attorney for advise.
T'pon his verbal request the Treas
urer was given full authority to pur
chase a new typewriter for the use of
Financial Reports No. 2iita, and
2r4b for June were approved upon
the advise of Mr. McBryde while Nob.
255, 255a 255b, and 255c for July were
referred for report to that gentleman.
The following school requisitions
(P 1811) were referred to the County
Uoad Supervisor with full poweir to
net inthe premises: Iianalei for re
pairs: Kapaa for supplies; and Wat
raea for repairing a teachers cottage.
Action on the requisition (P 1811)
for wood and kindergarten chairs for
the High and Grammar School was ilo
fereil to a future meeting.
Application (P 1S12) by the County
Clerk on behalf of the Board to the
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd,
Trustees of the Kanoa Estate, for
leasing for school purposes a small
piece of land situated makai and ad
joining the High school premises at
Kuhiau, Lihue, and the Trustees re
ply thereto assuring immediate atten
tion to be given the matter were re
ceived and placed on file.
Pursuant to a suggestion by the
County koad Supervisor that official
was given full power by a vote of the
Board to call in bids for furnishing
material etc. for a new three-room
building for the use of the High and
A communication (attached to P
1So3) from the Commissioner of Pub
lic Lands stating that the timbers of
the old Anahola Wharf are available
for the construction of a bridge in Ka
paa Homesteads between Lots 44 and
43 was received and filed.
An opinion (P 1S13) of the Attorney
General stating that the appropriation
of $15,000.00 under Act 32, Session
Laws of 101!), was intended for the
construction of the entire Olohena
road referred in the Act, and using
the money on a contract for the con
struction of a part only of the road
may not legally be made, was receiv
ed and placed on' file.
A petition (P 1814) for the oppoint
ine.nt of Lionel K. Mahikoa as road
luna for Hanalei in place of G. W.
Mahikoa resigned, was received and
action on the same was deferred to
some future meting.
A petition (P1S15) for the increase
of the salaries of the members of the!
Lihue Police force was received and!
after careful consideration of the
same by a vote each of the petitioners
wer allowed an increase of $10.00
more per month payable monthly, be
ginning with August 1st. I!l20.
A report (P1S1G) from the Pound
master of Lihue for the three months
ending June 3uth last, after having'
been refered to Mr. Bettencourt Jr.!
was approved upon the hitter's advise. I
The report (P 1S17) of the County'
Road Supervisor for the month of '
July was received and placed on file.
Mana koad: The macadam was
finished up to a point about 100 feet
from Weber's place. The out-lit was
moved to Koloa.
Patching work was carried on in
New Mill Road: The macadamizing:
out -tit is being put up for the work on;
this road. More work of grading was'
done on the Catholic church road.
Patching work was dune at differ
ent places along the main roads.
Nawiliwili Bridge: Work of excava
ting for the foundation of the abut
ments has been going on. A pump
was instaleil to handle tho water.
Considerable stone for placing around
the abutments lias been hauled upon
the bridge site.
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