Student: Zachary Parlee
The City and County Planning Director, Henry Chen, wants to gather information about Moʻiliʻili. You have been selected as the local planning consultant to prepare a memorandum for him. To prepare the memo, take a map of the Moʻiliʻili area with you and walk around the neighborhood. You can also carry a camera/voice recorder to record your observations on the neighborhood or simply annotate the map. Think about the following questions as you walk around: Where does Moʻiliʻili begin? Where does it end? How do you know? Who were the people you saw in Moʻiliʻili--students, seniors, others? What did you observe about the interactions among cars, pedestrians, and bicyclists? How would you describe the environment--natural, built, social? What would you recommend to make improvements?