The City Council is considering a resolution to set up a bidding competition between Kamehameha Schools and developer D.G. “Andy” Anderson over eight vacant city parcels in Haleiwa.
Council Chairman Ernest Martin, who represents the Haleiwa area, introduced the resolution at the request of the mayor’s office to sell the preservation land. The Budget Committee will hear the resolution at 1 p.m. Monday.
The Council will decide on whether to approve the sale after public hearings are held.
According to the city, the parcels, totaling 3.4 acres, were acquired in the early 1970s by the city via land condemnation and were intended to be used as part of a 1968 master plan for Haleiwa Regional Park. The improvements, however, were not made and the land remains undeveloped.