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Oahu residents have from now until February 20, 2015 to file to run for a seat on their Neighborhood Board.
Neighborhood Boards map
City and County of Honolulu
Candidates can apply online at www.honolulu.gov/nco, pick up a registration form at Honolulu Hale in room 406, or call 808-768-3717. Mailed registration forms must be postmarked by February 20 and received by February 27.
Oahu residents must be at least 18 years-old by February 20 of next year in order to qualify to run for the advisory boards.
“Serving on your Neighborhood Board presents the opportunity to create real change in your community, build a legacy, and network with other leaders,” Mayor Kirk Caldwell said in a press release issued Tuesday. “No one knows a neighborhood better than the people who live in it. I was honored to serve on both the Manoa and Kaimuki Neighborhood Boards.”
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