Certified Local Government Program as a County Planning Tool

APA Hawaii Chapter

#9109457

Friday, September 23, 2016
9:15 a.m. - 10:15 a.m. CDT

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Overview

 

The Certified Local Government (CLG) program is a national program that encourages preservation at a local level. National, State and Local governments come together to recognize and address local preservation issues. Benefits of the CLG program include grant funding, technical assistance, and community identification of significant places. CLG grants have funded projects such as a survey of historic districts and repairs to historic buildings.  Every year, over $50,000 can be utilized by counties in Hawaii to support their communities. This panel will explore how this program works in Hawaii and ways in which community groups and agencies can collaborate to make the most of this program.

Speakers

Pat Griffin

Invited Speaker

Pat sits on the Hawai`i Historic Places Review Board and is also currently serving in her 12th year on the Kaua`i Historic Places Review Commission. As president of the Lihu`e Business Association since 2007, she works closely with government agencies and community NGOs to achieve well-planned, vibrant ... Read More

Like Mead

Invited Speaker

Luke Mead is the staff planner to the Hawaiʻi County Cultural Resources Commission (CRC), which is an advisory body to the Planning Director of Hawaiʻi County. Formed by ordinance in 2008 and formally seated in 2013, the CRC administers the Certified Local Government of federal assistance within Hawaiʻi County. Luke ... Read More

Anna Broverman

Invited Speaker

Anna Broverman is an architectural historian at the State Historic Preservation Division. As the CLG program coordinator, she supports local preservation efforts by providing technical assistance and grant funding. Anna loves how historic preservation brings together people from diverse places and professions to save things important to them. Her goal ... Read More

Kaiwi Yoon

Invited Speaker

Kaiwi is currently the Architecture Branch Chief for the Department of Land and Natural Resources, State Historic Preservation Division and is responsible for administering and directing daily operations of the Branch and assisting in developing and implementing preservation initiatives that promote economic development. He is a passionate, community-based leader who ... Read More