Media - Ikaika Anderson for Honolulu Council District 3

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City Council Overrides Mayor’s Veto of Bill 11—Hawaii News Now

A ban on nearly all commercial activity at Kailua and Kalama beach parks is now in effect after the Honolulu City Council voted to override Mayor Peter Carlisle's veto of Bill 11. Council member Ikaika Anderson, who represents Kailua, authored the bill after receiving numerous complaints about the proliferation of commercial ventures at Kailua Beach Park. Read More

Mahalo from Ikaika


Thank you to the people of Windward Oahu for re-electing me to the Honolulu City Council. I am humbled to be entrusted with the responsibility to continue representing my friends and neighbors on the Windward side.

It has been an honor to meet so many of you during the course of this campaign and it reinforced what I’ve always known as a life-long Windward resident – that our pride in this community and our unified commitment can help better Windward Oahu for future generations.

As I promised when first elected in 2009 to serve this district, I will always make the effort to listen to your concerns, ideas and constructive criticism. You can reach me through my website, and through the City and County of Honolulu’s site –

Malama Pono,

Council outlaws Commercial Activity at Kailua Beach—Star Advertiser

Far fewer kayaks and kite surfers will ply the ocean off Kailua Beach Park. Windward Councilman Ikaika Anderson, who authored the bill, said the measure is not anti-tourist, but an acknowledgement that the beach and its parking lot are too small.

"Tourists are still able to come to Kailua Beach Park by rental car, by city bus," he said. "They're still able to rent recreational watercraft. They'll just have to be able to get those watercraft to the beach under their own power." Read More

Bill 5’s impact on Windward businesses and community—KHON 2

Bill 5 has been in effect for just over a week now- banning all commercial activities at Kailua and Kalama beach parks from Saturday through Monday. Councilmember Ikaika Anderson... Read more

City To Turn Sewage Into Energy In Kailua—Honolulu Civil Beat

The city announced today that sewage will be converted into electricity at the Kailua Wastewater Treatment Plant — enough electricity to save the city $15 million over 15 years. The process is called co-generation. Read more

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