Kapalua Mauka Delayed Again

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The Maui County Council delayed the approval of the necessary changes in zoning and land use from the county to move forward Kapalua Mauka. In a meeting on Friday, the county council made additional provisions that would prohibit the development of 60 acres that were aquired in a land swap with the state. They also made changes that would allow affordable housing candidates in the development more time to aquire financing as well as a provision that would mandate the use of reclaimed water for golf courses. An additional provision that would have tied the development of the project to completion of the Lahaina Bypass was defeated by a close vote. For additional information on Friday’s proceedings, check out the article in yesterday’s Maui News.

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