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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JULY 12, 1921
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Old Board Winds Up Busin ess:
New Board Holds First
and Second Meetings
The last regular business meeting
of the Hoard of Supervisors of 1919-
1921 of the County of Kauai was held
at its office as usual on Friday, July
1st, 1921, at 9:00 oclotk a. m.
rrescnt: II. D. Wishard, Chairman,
T. nrandt, V. D. MeRryde, J. P.
Bettencourt Jr., A. Menefoglio.
The minutes of the last meeting
were read and approved.
The Board, after due examination
given the several demands submitted,
approved all of them, except the tew
dem.lnds hereinafter noted, against
the various appropriations listed
The demand of J. F. Bettencourt
Jr. also of S. W. Meheula, each for
refunding of money paid for pipes,
etc. laid heretofore by the County for
the use of the Kapaa Homesteaders,
4th Series were referred to the Coun
ty Road Supervisor for report.
The demand of Antone M. Sousta,
another Kapaa Homesteader, for
$67.50 for clearing lantana from a
right of way at his homestead was
rejected by an unanimous vote upon
tho motion of Mr. McBryde seconded
by Mr. Menefoglio.
The Keport of the County Road
Supervisor for June last was received
and ordered placed on file. It as
Walmea District: Three men were
placed on the Puulopele road to do
road work and look after the County
There was very little patching done
on the main road on account of a luck
of asphalt. Most of the work in this
district during the month was that
of grading at the Makaweli New
Koloa District: Most of the work
on the roads was closed down after
the first., only a few days patching
was done on the main road after that
A 20 ft. wooden bridge at Koloa
Macadam Work: The main Kukuio
lono road up to the Park gate was
completed and the road inside the
Park was macadamized for a distance
of about 900 feet.
About 800 cu. yards of stone was
broken during the month; there is
about 13Q0 yards of stone broken for
the extension of the Kukuiolono road.
Lihue District: Some patching of
the main road was done, continuing
until the asphalt on hand was used.
A dressing of 2 and 3 crushed
stone was rolled on the Wailua
bridge which was necessary as the
concrete had begun to show marks of
wear from the traffic.
Macadam Work: The macadam
izing on the Niumalu road was car
ried on during the first 10 days of
the month, tho work was ,8toppcd
then to use the roller and dump
truck in connection with the mac
adamizing of the road at Wailua done
by the A. T. & Ry. Co.
The crusher was operated for some
time afterwards; the rock being
used In patching and on Wailua
Kawaihau District: Some work was
done in the homesteads during the
first of the month. Almost all work
wns stopped after tho first of June.
Work of hauling stone at Wailua
Rock Fill was commenced again on
the 18th as a protection against the
high sea, this work is still going on.
Anuhola Bridge: All work on and
around the bridge was completed
about the middle of the month.
Hanalei District: Some asphalting
was done on the main road in Hana
lei. Grading work on the new road
toward the caves continued fur part
of the month.
The wooden bridge at Keakl was
repaired, additional stringers and
now flooring being put In. Three
other wooden bridges in the district
Schools: Windows were placed in
six bungalow classrooms at the Eleele
school. Necessary grading for a
site for the two teachers' cottar s
at Makaweli was completed togher
with a road leading in front of tho
i proposed cottages. Construction of
jthoso cottages has begun. A new
bungalow classroom was completed
on the Anahola School ground:-.. Re
pair work at the Kilauea and Haena
schools was completed.
Mr. Menefoglio moved that the sum
of $2387.50 be appropriated, same to
bo paid, out of all moneys available
in the Treasury, for the uses and pur
poses set forth, namely:
Pay of Police: Specials 30.00
Exp. of Witnesses 120.80
Incidentals: Auditor 11.23
License Collections .75
and being seconded by Mr. McBryde
the motion was carried.
Financial Reports for Juno last,
towit: tho Treasurer's; Treasurer
Auditor; Auditor's statement of ap
propriations etc, and the Joint Re
port. Also tho Bank Examiner's
Report of the financial condition of
the County of Kauai for the six
mouths to December 30, 1920, were
referred to Mr. Brandt -for advise.
The Chairman In a few well chosen
remarks expressed his regret and the
regret of the remaining members of
the Board at the loss which the Board
is sustaining In the retirement of Mr.
McBryde from th public service
but congratulated Mr. McBryde for
the service he very ably rendered and
wished him success in his private
Mr. McBryde in reply said he re
gretted that private business necessi
tated his leaving public service and
thanked the members for the harmon
ious relations which had always ex
isted between hlm-and them.
The chairman suggested that Mr.
Brandt and Mr. Menefoglio examine
the official bonds of the various new
officers of the County for 1921-1923
and report their findings to the new
and incoming Board. Also suggest
ed that they examine the plans of the
new Makaweli School building and
report at the same time.
List of the appropriations, also the
amounts, affected by the approval of
the demands approved this morning
Sal. Co. Rd. Supervisor 300.00
Pay of Police
Hanalei 280.00 2,050.00
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Co. Lot & Bldg.
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Exp. of Election
Auditor ' 124.76
License Col. 92.25
Co Rd. Supervisor 231.05
Furn. & Fixt. 164.44
Jan. Salaries ' 20.00
New Bldgs. 278.25
houses & Cot. 810.90
Rep. and maint.
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Co. Rd Machinery
Waimea: Rd Tax
Rd tax Spec Pepo.
Lihue: t Macadam
Niumalu. P I. F.
R. T S. Depo 1,226.19
Rd t '.x Spec Depo 499.26
743.51 I Wail.i Rock Fill
198.09 Kawaihau: Anahola
46.24 j Bridge P I F
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