Karen Tsukiyama

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Experience

Kaimuki Christian School

Principal  - Queen Lili‘uokalani School

Affiliations

Board Member  - Kaimuki Public Library

Board Member  - PAST INT'L

Recent News  

6. Testimony: Karen Tsukiyama, the former Principal of the former Queen Lili'uokalani Elementary School read a letter, indicating support of the Kaimuki Christian School expansion.
Tsukiyama stated the Church was a positive addition to the community.

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Yesterday, Representative Barbara Marumoto interviewed former QLS Principal Karen Tsukiyama, former PCNC and current Kaimuki Neighborhood Board Member Lori Yamada, Kindergarten Parent Lori Simao, and First Grade Parents Lyle and Jan Bullock at the Olelo Television Studio at the State Capitol.

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Guests: Karen Tsukiyama (Kaimuki Business and Professional Association), Corrie Uehara, Linda Knowles, Captain Jay Shimabuku and Firefighter Mark Tam (Honolulu Fire Department), Lieutenant Maurice Asato (Honolulu Police Department), Amanda Morales (Councilmember Stanley Chang's office staff), Gordon Tam, Charles Schuster, Evelyn Hee (Speaker Emeritus Calvin Say's office manager), Julia Allen (Senator Sam Slom's office staff), Brian Yamane, and Uyen Vong (Neighborhood Commission Office staff).
Kaimuki Business and Professional Association (KBPA): Karen Tsukiyama reported the following: Volunteers: Tsukiyama stated KBPA is looking for any interested volunteers and welcomed the Board to join as a participant in the parade. Questions, comments, and concerns followed: December Update: Larson asked if KBPA could update the Board at the December Board meeting and Tsukiyama said yes. KBPA Contact Information: Schneider asked and Tsukiyama answered that the website for KBPA is www.kbpahawaii.com; email is Kaimukichristianparade@gmail.com; and contact number is 739-4801. Tsukiyama explained that the Kaimuki Community Park lights is not organized by the City. Tsukiyama commented that Christmas lights at Kaimuki Community Park is organized by KBPA with assistance from Hawaiian Electric Company (HECO). Tsukiyama stated the City Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) told KBPA that some of the sockets are too old and need to be replaced. Tsukiyama commented that DPR would not send staff to allow KBPA to check the lights since it would have to be done afterhours, and KBPA may have to ask the Councilmembers or the Mayor to find a solution. Best Contact Number: Larson asked and Tsukiyama answered that the best number to contact her is 771-5407. Grants: A resident asked and Tsukiyama answered that the person in charge of the grants is focusing on other matters this year, and will be working on grants for next year.

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