County Seeking Community Input on proposed Zoning Updates for Wailuku Town

Drop in and help shape the next generation of development in Wailuku.  Over the next two weeks the public will have four opportunities to participate in Wailuku town’s zoning update process.  The three workshops and one Maui Redevelopment Agency (MRA) meeting seek to gather ideas, inform and answer questions on the Wailuku Redevelopment Area’s proposed amendments to the Commercial Mixed-Use district of the Wailuku Redevelopment Area Zoning and Development Code.

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Maui County launches new website on Wailuku Town Improvement projects

The County of Maui launched a new website – www.WailukuLIVE.com – to provide updates to the public on Wailuku Town’s upcoming improvement projects along with mitigation efforts that will be implemented during construction.

The website encourages visitors to discover Wailuku’s myriad resources, including its shops, restaurants, historic landmarks, activities and events.

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Community Meeting on Wailuku Town Improvements set for August 19

The County of Maui Department of Management is hosting a community meeting on the Wailuku Town Improvements from 6 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 19, at Iao Theater.

During this meeting, the department will provide information on the latest construction schedule, updates on temporary parking locations and shuttle transportation, status on the re-examination of Phase 2 of the Civic Complex, planned construction mitigation and communication efforts, and ways the public can support Wailuku Town’s businesses. A separate project to replace deteriorating wastewater pipes on Market Street, between Wells and Main Streets, will also be addressed.

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Community receives update on Wailuku Town improvement projects

The County of Maui, Department of Management presented the construction schedule for the Wailuku Town improvement projects and detailed its efforts to minimize impacts on the surrounding neighborhood during a community meeting Thursday night at Iao Theater.

Over 130 residents, businesses, public officials and community stakeholders attended the department’s meeting that followed a question-and-answer session back in April. The department presented its updated plans Thursday night, which included construction mitigations during Phase 1 of the project and re-evaluating Phase 2.

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Casey Nishikawa