Priorities Affordable Housing Encourage more mixed-income, mixed-type/family housing projects to mitigate gentrification and avoid displacing low-moderate income residents.Adoption of regulatory changes and subsidies to support the use of low-cost housing options such as micro-units, ADUs and adaptive reuse of existing buildings.Advocate for more permanent supportive housing solutions for individuals suffering from chronic homelessness. Climate Change & Sustainability Development of climate resiliency guidelines for our communities.Increased community preparedness for natural disasters.Support current efforts to transform the City’s public fleet to 100% renewable energy by 2035. Economic Growth Ensure responsible development of transient-oriented development (TOD) neighborhoods in the Kalihi and Airport areas.Advocate for stronger legislation that mandates inclusionary zoning for all new development projects.Work with the community, the public and private sectors to ensure the completion and realization of the Kalihi 21st Century Transformation Initiative.Support small businesses who will be affected by rail and other TOD neighborhood developments.Advocate for the creation of local jobs (for the community) in proposed TOD areas. Public Safety Increase support for neighborhood watch groups and organizing graffiti-and litter-cleanup campaigns.Work with the Honolulu Police Department (HPD) to focus police presence in high-traffic corridors and high-crime areas.Collaborate with HPD, the City and County of Honolulu and the community to crack down on illegal game rooms in the district.Encourage the City and local law enforcement address the issue of abandoned vehicles in our communities. Homelessness Multi-faceted approach for homelessness to address the diversity within the homeless population:Hygiene centersSafe zonesMental and healthcare servicesHousing-first villagesRehabilitation programsGreater support for individuals and families who are on the verge of being homelessBuild on existing efforts by the City and State to address the issue by encouraging support from the private sector and communities. Community Infrastructure Work with the Department of Transportation Services and other key stakeholders to implement comprehensive plans that will allow for timely repairs and preventable maintenance of roadways.Collaborate with the City and County of Honolulu and the State of Hawaiʻi to address the issue of roads in limbo.Continual advocacy for the on-time completion of the Salt Lake Boulevard Widening Project and the Kalihi portion of the Honolulu Complete The Streets Project.Funding for community awareness programs to improve pedestrian and driver safety; and to keep roads and parks properly lit and well maintained. Rail Support the completion of the Honolulu Rail Transit Project from East Kapolei to Ala Moana.Work with the City and HART to ensure that the rail project adheres to its current budget and timetable to prevent further cost increases and delays.Demand full transparency and accountability on how tax payer monies are being used to fund the project.Encourage better communication from the City and County of Honolulu/HART with residents on the project’s potential impact to our communities.