KVBID Seeks Board Members

December 10, 2015, 5:19 PM HST
* Updated December 10, 5:20 PM
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Eligible candidates are currently being sought by the Kailua Village Business Improvement District to serve as members of the 17-member Board of Directors.

Thirteen seats on the board are elected by the fee simple owners and the lessees of the land within the district.

A total of nine board seats are open for two-year terms and will be elected at the KVBID Annual Meeting in March.

Six of the open seats are open in the Fee Simple Owners/Lessees category and three seats are available in the Commercial Tenant category.

Interested potential board applicants must own or lease land within the KVBID boundaries or lease commercial space within the district.


Those interested in applying should obtain a Board of Director Candidate Application Form from the Historic Kailua Village website.  Applications are due by the Jan. 18 deadline and should include a resume and statement of interest.


Current Board of Directors include President Riley Smith, Treasurer Kehau Harrison, Secretary Jim Moore, Jane Clement, Michael Bell, Richard Chinen, Taylor Easley, Harry McDonald, Jay Rubenstein, Ray Kudo and Laura Waldo. County of Hawaii Public Works Director Warren Lee, and County of Hawaii Finance Department’s Lisa Nahoopii serve as ex-officio members of the board.

To learn more about the Kailua Village Business Improvement District and initiatives outlined in its 5 Year Strategic Plan, visit the district’s website.


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