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1 Practice: Programmatic Informal Consultation with the Federal Highway Administration for Preventative Maintenance and Shoulder and Guardrail Improvement Projects in the State of Hawaii
Categories: Interagency Agreements: MOAs, MOUs, and Programmatic Agreements
Threatened & Endangered Species
State: Hawaii
Organization: Federal Highway Administration HI Division
Contact: Meesa Otani
Title: Environmental Engineer
Email: meesa.otani@dot.gov
Phone: 808-541-2316
Description: The FHWA Hawaii Division Office, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and the Hawaii Department of Transportation developed a programmatic agreement to address certain construction activities. Included in the programmatic agreement are avoidance and minimization measures that must be implemented. The FHWA Hawaii Division is responsible for reviewing all proposed projects and to verify that they fall under the programmatic agreement.
Last Updated: March 12, 2014
2 Practice: Hawaii Environmental Permitting Guideline Manual
Categories: Environmental (NEPA) Documentation
Project Development
State: Hawaii
Organization: Federal Highway Administration HI Division
Contact: Meesa Otani
Title: Environmental Engineer
Email: meesa.otani@dot.gov
Phone: 808-541-2316
Description: The Hawaii DOT, with assistance from FHWA Hawaii Division Office, developed an Environmental Permitting Manual. This manual is intended to be used by engineers and consultants as a reference to facilitate the environmental process. The manual includes information on Federal, State and Local regulations and permits, contact information, checklists, process flow charts, and examples. The manual was completed in March 2006 and is available on CD.
Last Updated: March 11, 2014
3 Practice: HDOT Context Sensitive Solutions and Community Impact Assessment Workshop
Category: Context Sensitive Solutions
State: Hawaii
Organization: Federal Highway Administration HI Division
Contact: Meesa Otani
Title: Environmental Engineer
Email: meesa.otani@dot.gov
Phone: 808-541-2316
Description: A multi-disciplinary team of FHWA and HDOT personnel created an interactive Context Sensitive Solutions (CSS) Workshop to emphasize linking, planning and environment for HDOT leadership and staff. The workshop format encouraged dialogue with peer CSS presenters from across the US and included facilitated breakout sessions to brainstorm CSS implementation actions for HDOT. Workshop format included an executive briefing, breakout sessions, and mini-workshop on Community Impact Assessment. Two workshop deliverables are available. The first is a CD with key resources, presentations, and other documentation from the workshop. The second is an action report--similar in format to TPCB Peer Program reports.
Last Updated: March 11, 2014
4 Practice: Hawaii 2050 Sustainability Plan
Categories: Public Involvement
Sustainability
State: Hawaii
Organization: Hawaii Institute for Public Affairs
Contact: Jeanne Schultz-Afuvai
Title: Executive Vice President
Email: JSchultz@hipaonline.com
Phone: (808)-585-7931 x101
Description: The Hawaii 2050 Sustainability Plan was developed through a two-year effort of soliciting input from citizens throughout Hawaii’s islands, using tools ranging from community meetings and Internet communications to scientific polling techniques. The Plan’s Task Force met with over 10,500 people, including county planning directors, policy makers, and experts, as well as dozens of youth, community, business, environmental, and labor organizations. The Sustainability Plan reveals that an overwhelming majority of people in Hawaii want a balanced approach to Hawaii’s future, where economic, social, and environmental goals are in balance.
Related Documentation: http://hawaii2050.org/
Last Updated: December 17, 2012
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