Hali’imaile Subdivision Takes Another Step Forward

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A and B’s long proposed Upcountry subdivision in Hali’imaile made another step forward when the initial plan for rezoning for the project was granted. The area currently zoned agricultural needs to be rezoned to residential for the project to move forward. The vote was not with out debate as opponents cited concerns over a lack of affordable housing associated with the project. A and B has been asked to include either 25 affordable homes or 15 percent of the project, whichever number is greater. The proposed project is slated to have 149 residences spread on 63 acres. That includes a 10 acre park and 7.9 acres allocated to sewage treatment and a retention basin. The rezoning plan will go through one final review after A and B representitives sign off on conditions mandated for the project to go forward. We will continue to monitor this proposed development. For more information on the rezoning approval, check out yesterday’s Maui News.

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