(Via Ho’okele News)
Public-Private Venture Programs Director, Navy Region Hawaii
Three neighborhood meetings for Forest City residents will be held at the end of the month for residents who want to learn more about what is happening in their neighborhoods. The meetings will provide residents with an opportunity to visit various information booths and meet with Forest City representatives regarding all aspects of living in Forest City homes.
The meetings will be held from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Forest City residents are welcome to attend any one of the following meetings regardless of the neighborhood they live in:
* Sept. 23 at Hokulani Community Center
* Sept. 25 at Catlin Park Community Center
* Sept. 29 at Ford Island Community Center
“This open house ensures all participants can have their individual questions and concerns addressed in a one-on-one forum,” said Rear Adm. Rick Williams, commander of Navy Region Hawaii and Naval Surface Group Middle Pacific.
“The representatives will also collect questions and feedback directly from residents that can be used to make necessary improvements,” he added.
Information stations will be staffed by Forest City’s resident services, maintenance, security and Resident Energy Conservation Program (RECP) points of contact as well as representatives from the Honolulu Police Department and Navy Region Hawaii housing office.
Residents who have questions regarding any of the neighborhood meetings can contact their Forest City RSO (resident service office) or Todd Thom, Navy Region Hawaii housing liaison at 474-1804.