Hawaiʻi County Mayor Roth to hold third townhall in Waikōloa on June 27
Hawaiʻi County is holding its third town hall in the series, “Sustainable Horizons: Mayor Roth’s Community Impact Check-in,” that provides updates about county projects and issues — and fosters community engagement.
The town hall will be at the Waikōloa Elementary School cafeteria on June 27 from 5 to 7 p.m.
“Our administration is committed to listening to the community and incorporating their valuable insights into our actions,” Roth said in a press release. “These town halls serve as a platform for meaningful dialogue, where residents can voice their concerns and provide suggestions for improvement.
“We truly value the diverse perspectives within our community, as they guide us in better serving our residents and working towards a more inclusive and responsive administration. We encourage everyone in and around the Waikōloa area to join us on June 27 and actively participate in shaping a community that reflects the needs and aspirations of all of us.”
The event will begin with Roth and cabinet members providing updates on the county’s progress and direction during the first half-hour.
These updates will be tailored to provide site-specific information relevant to the Waikōloa community. The remaining hour and a half will be dedicated to a Q&A session, enabling attendees to directly pose questions to department representatives and receive responses from subject matter experts.
For those unable to attend the in-person event, the town hall will be live-streamed on Mayor Roth’s Facebook page (facebook.com/himayormitch) and Nā Leo TV, Channel 55.