Connecting the Dots: Business Strategies During COVID-19

During these unprecedented times, the WCBA realizes that our Wahiawa businesses need all the support they can get. From buying local, to ordering grab-n-go from our local restaurants, we feel that we can still do more. That’s why this month, we are dedicating our monthly “Connecting the Dots” meeting to support our local Wahiawa business owners. Featured speakers will share personal business experiences, as well as provide invaluable financial information that can help our businesses pull through this pandemic.

You MUST register in advance for this meeting:
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYtdemtrD4sHNShmFet0H2OxT-S36b5pbrE

We look forward to seeing you there!

Get involved: Wahiawa Civic Center

The WCBA is assisting UH with the information-gathering process for the proposed Wahiawa Civic Center. You may have already received a postcard in the mail regarding this initiative–we really want to hear from our community! The State of Hawai’i Department of Accounting and General Services (DAGS) has partnered with the University of Hawai’i Community Design Center (UHCDC) to envision a new civic center to serve the Wahiawā community in its current location between California Avenue and Center Street. Your feedback is an essential part!

Please take some time to visit https://engagehawaii.org and register to provide your thoughts on the project. This is a great opportunity to really get involved and help build something that the truly benefit the entire community. Please register and submit your responses before September 7th, 2020 (Labor Day) at noon (12pm).

Background: The State appropriated $76 million for planning, design, and construction to redevelop the Wahiawā Civic Center site, including a new Judiciary complex.  For more information refer to Senate Bill 3080, Senate Draft 3, House Draft1 (SB3080 SD3 HD1)