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TLe regular business meeting of
Hie board of Supervisors of the
County of Kauai, was held as usu
al at its offico on December 6,
H22, at 9:15 a. m.
l'resent: H. D. Wishard, chair
man; T. Brandt, J. I. Silva, Fred
Mendes, A. Menefoglio.
The minutes of the last meeting
were read and approved as read.
The Board after examination ot
the demands submitted approved
them against the several appropri
ations hereinbelow listed:
The demand (No. 6256) of Mrs.
L. D. Grote for money paid for ma
terial used in the building of a gar
age for her car on the Kapaa school
premises in November 1921, was
refused payment by unanimous vote:
A request ( P 2074) from J. F.
Bettencourt Jr., federal prohibition
officer, for a telephone to be In
stalled at his residence at Kapaa
Homesteads, 4th series, was granted.
Bids for a supply of school
desks: Only one bid received, and
this was from the Office Supply Co,
Ltd, and was referred to the coun
ty engineer for report. Later and
upon the advice of the latter offici
al the bid was accepted.,
A request (P 2075) from the
county sheriff for permission to
purchase furniture for the new Ko-
loa court house was granted.
A request (P 2076) from Messrs.
Coney & Hansen, contractors, build
ing the new library in Lihue for
broken rocks at Wailua, etc., was
A communication (attached to P
2077) from the teachers council of
Kapaa school Inviting the board and
county clerks to luncheon at the
school any day this week was cor
dially received and the same was
ordered filed .
A license (P 2078) for the Coun
ty of Kauai to divert, free of charge
from the government waters of the
Kapaa stream, water for the pro
posed Kapaa water system upon
certain conditions and duly signed
by the commissioner of public lands
and approved by the governor was
received and filed.
A requisition (P 2077) on behalf
of the Waimea Junior high school
for material for the rest of the
school year, also a requisition (P
2077) for material for a tool shed
for the Eleele school .were granted.
A requisition (P 2077) for ma
terial for the use of the high school
A request from Mrs. Lucy K. Akl,
teacher of the Wailua-kai Bchool
for an improcvement of the teach
ers' cottage, including the kitchen,
was received and granted.
A request from Mrs. Lai (P 2077)
principal of the Anahola school to
build a teachers' cottage on the
new school site immediately was
received and filed.
A financial report from the Board
of Child Welfare with a request
for appropriations for the una ot
that body was referred to Mr. T.
Brandt for advice.
Policy No. 1715047 of the Globe
& Rutgers Fire Insurance Co., ot
New York, Issued on the Lihue
Armory, was received and fil,ed
(attached to P 2054).
A petition (P 2079) from the
Niumalu praying that if the board
was contemplating on constructing
a new county Jail (at Lihue) that
a site other than the present one
therefor be selected, was filed.
A request (attached to P, 1979)
from the county clerk for the ap
proval of his acceptance of the
resignation of S. W. Meheula as a
deputy county clerk, was granted.
A request (P 2080) from H. D.
Sloggett, manager of the Samuel
Mahelona Memorial hospital for au
adequate supply ot shingles for re
pairing the roof covering the ver
andas of the hospital was granted.
A petition (P 2081) for building
a foot-bridge over the Kapaia stream
near Ah Chock's store was refer
red to the county engineer for re
port. A petition (P 2082) from Anahola
for the appointment of a police of
ficer for the village and vicinity was
referred to the county sheriff for
A request (P 2083) from A. J.
Caldeira, road luna for Koloa, for a
set of tires for bis car as he has
been using his car in hauling coun
ty materials and for the transpor
tation of its laborers, was granted.
Financial reports (R.294) for No
vember last, to-wit: Treasurer;
Treasurer-Auditor; Auditor's Report
of Receipts, etc; and the Joint Re
ports were referred to Mr. Brandt
for recommendation, while those for
September (R.292) and October (It.-
293) Tast were approved upon the
advice of the latter gentleman.
The financial report (R.292 11) ot
the Samuel Mahelona Memorial hls
pital for the quarter ending Sep
tember 30, 1922, was ordered filed.
Mr. Menefoglio, to whom was re
ferred for report, a request by R.
R. Tinkham, superintendent of light
houses for the Improvement of the
road between the Kilauea light
house and the government main
road at Kilauea, reported that the
Kilauea Sugar Co., refused to deed
to the county a right of way from
the government road to Kilauea
government reservation, and that
he thought it was not good policy
for the county to spend any money
on the improvement of the road.
The report (P 2084) of the coun
ty engineer for the month of Nov
ember last was received and fil
ed. On the matter contained in Pe
tition 2063 to make a strip of land
belonging to Emily Kealoha in Ka
paa u public highway the .county
engineer was asked to look into this
matter and report at the next meet
ing. Mr. Menefoglio, after suggesting
to arrange for the removal of the
old Kilauea school cottages to the
new grounds, was by unanimous
vote given authority to see to this
Upon the motion ot Mr. Silva, and
by unanimous vote, the county en
gineer was asked to investigate
the condition of the Koloa landing
bridge, also that of the Short-Cut
road in Koloa and report at the
Upon tho motion of Mr. Mene
foglio and by unanimous vote, the
sum of eleven thousand, seven hun
dred twenty-nine and 60-100 dollars
($11,729.60) to be paid out ot the
available moneys in the General
Fund, and the sum of nine thousand,
nine hundred ninety-six and 33-100
dollars ($9,996.33) to be paid out
of the available moneys in the Per
manent Improvement Fund, in the
treasury, ware set aside a addi
t'onal appropriations to be used
fcr the following purposes:
Expense of election $ ' 274.25
Incidentals, treasurer 204.25
Premium county property 360.00
Public parks 361.62
Water works, Anahola 4.95
Puukapele road 1,309.63
Roads and bridges
Oiling roads, Lihue 1,074.52
Oiling roads, Kawaihau , 1,190.84
Roads and bridges 2,848.33
PERMANENT IMP. FUND
New school pipe lines $ 581.01
Macadam Waimea 1,911.22
Macadam Olohena 6,252.42
Wainiha bridge 683.27
Water works, Kalaheo 45.60
Macadam Lihue 60.00
Upon verbal request by the coun
ty clerk he was by uanimous xote
permitted to keep his present cler
ical force until the end' of the year.
List of appropriations, also am
ounts affected by the approval of
the demands hereinbefore mention
ed: Mileage, supervisors $ 60.00
Salary, county engineer 300.00
Salary, county engineer 200.00
Pay of police
Specials , 370.00
Board of Child Welfare 453.00
Bureau of identification 125.00
Coroner's inquest 95.00
Janitor service 26.50
County jail 578.27
Comity lot and building 103.90
District court and Jail
Examiner chauffeurs 125.00
Expense of election 299.00
County attorney 35.25
County auditor 157.66
County clerk 130.60
County engineer 255.00
County sheriff 24290
Coutny treasurer 208.2.5 '
Official bond premium 7.50
Premium county property 360.00
Importation of games 30.00
Wailua park 361.52
Support and maintenanco
of prisoners 337.55
and cottages 970.69
Janitors salaries 137.75
Janitors supplies 353.14
New school buildings 3,348.46
H. S. new pipe line 503.CS
Hanamaulu new pipe lino 564.63
Repairs and maintenance 1,211.35
School toilets 161.05
Anahola 4 SO
County road machinery 543.29
Puukapele road 1,309.63
Macadam Waimea 1,925.74
Oiling, Waimea 717.05
Roads and bridges 604.65
Oiling roads, Llhue 1,074.52
Roads and bridge, Lihue 1,954.30
Olohena macadam 6,252.42
Kapaa buildings I. P. F. 462.81
Oiling roads, Kawaihau 1,190.84
Oiling roads, Hanalei 713.37
Roads 'and bridges,
Wainiha bridge P.I.F. 1.123.82
Roads and bridges 605.45
At 1:00 o'clock p. m., the meet
ing adjourned subject to the call
of the chair.
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