In the letter, Cabanilla asserts that she supports the proposed development "so long as the requisites aforementioned above are carried out and applied." Her requisites include changes and assurances to development plans related to transportation, education and the environment. One requisite is that the developers must not create more traffic congestion for residents of Ewa/Ewa Beach by mounting a traffic signal on Honowai Street at the merge with Kunia Road. Another condition stipulated in the letter is that the new schools be ready for children living in Hoopili, rather than busing them to schools outside the community. Cabanilla provides explanations for her requisites and detailed suggestions on how to fulfill her requisites.
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