Overall Work Program Revision #2

COMMENTS DUE APRIL 18, 2016.

The OahuMPO has released the public draft of the Overall Work Program FY2016-2017 Revision #2 for public and intergovernmental review.

Download the public draft at this link: Overall Work Program Revision #2

Download the intergovernmental review form at this link: Intergovernmental Review Form

Revision number 2 is an amendment to the already approved Overall Work Program. A change to the Overall Work Program is considered an amendment if one of the following applies:

  • The amount of money being transferred between work elements is in excess of $100,000 or the cumulative budget revisions exceed 10% of the total approved OWP budget amount for the fiscal year;
  • The objective and/or tasks of the work element have changed; and/or,
  • A new work element is added; and/or
  • A work element is deleted.

An amendment to the OWP must go out for review by the CAC, general public, interested parties, intergovernmental review, and TAC. It must be approved by the Policy Board. The approved amendment must be sent to the awarding agency or agencies for its acceptance prior to incorporation into the work program.

We welcome your comments on this draft through Monday, April 18, 2016, by close of business.

Please submit comments by using this online form; by emailing us; by fax at (808) 587-2018; or by mailing written comments to us at:

OahuMPO
attn: OWP Revision#2
707 Richards Street, Suite 200
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

You may also comment by testifying at the May Policy Board meeting (date TBA). See procedures below for public testimony.

PUBLIC TESTIMONY will be accepted on any Policy Board agenda item.  Testimony will be accepted as follows:

Oral Testimony

Oral testimony is limited to three (3) minutes per person, per agenda item.

  • Written documentation of oral testimony is requested (submit 1 original to OahuMPO staff).
  • Any person wishing to speak on an agenda item may register by:
    • Calling 587-2015 at least two (2) hours prior to the start of the meeting (calls to testify at meetings starting before 10:00 a.m. must reach the OahuMPO office prior to the close of the preceding business day); or
    • Signing up in person at the meeting prior to the start of the meeting.
  • Note:       Submittal of written testimony does not automatically place you on the list for oral testimony.       Those wishing to testify orally, must still register to testify.

Written Testimony

  • One (1) original and fifteen (15) copies of each written testimony is required.
  • Written testimony must reach the OahuMPO office at least 24 hours prior to the start of the meeting(for Monday meetings, written testimony must reach the OahuMPO office by the prior Friday morning).
  • Written testimony sent to OahuMPO via e-mail (oahumpo@oahumpo.org) or fax (587-2018) will be accepted under the following conditions:
    • E-mailed and faxed testimony must reach the OahuMPO office at least 24 hours prior to the start of the meeting (for Monday meetings, e-mailed and faxed testimony must reach the OahuMPO office by the prior Friday morning). To confirm receipt of your testimony, you may call the OahuMPO office at 587-2015.
    • E-mailed and faxed testimony should be limited to the equivalent of 4 single-sided 8‑1/2” x 11” pages, including attachments and other supplemental information.
      • If testimony exceeds this requirement, OahuMPO will only copy and distribute the allowable number of pages.
    • OahuMPO staff will not be responsible for copying and/or distributing written testimony received after the deadline or brought to the meeting. Written testimony received after the deadline will not be copied or distributed to the Policy Board members prior to the start of or during the meeting; late submittals will be sent to the Policy Board members at a later date.
    • Any written testimony brought to the meeting by a testifier may be distributed to the Policy Board members by said testifier. The original of the written testimony should be given to OahuMPO staff for OahuMPO’s records.
    • Note: Submittal of written testimony does not automatically place you on the list for oral testimony. Those wishing to testify orally, must still register to testify.
    • Note: Any personal information (such as home addresses, home phone numbers, cell phone numbers) included on the written testimony will become public.