More Information on the Proposed Maui General Plan

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Yesterday’s Maui News featured another article on the new draft of the Maui County General Plan. This article delves into the underlying strategies employed in the development of the plan, growth projections used and how growth boundaries could impact a number of proposed developments. There are a number of major subdivisions that have been proposed that have a murky future in the draft of the general plan. Ma’alaea Mauka, Olowalu town, Ka’anaplai 2020 and a joint subdivision between Alexander and Baldwin and Maui Land and Pine at Hali’imaile are four large developments that are being proposed that would not be approved in the current plan. All four properties are identified by the county as areas that are outside the urban growth boundaries. The plan will be going through a review process with the Maui General Plan Advisory Committee starting this Thursday at 5:00 PM at the Kaunoa Senior Center in Spreckelsville. Check out the county website to review a draft of the Maui County General plan. We will continue to provide coverage of the General Plan review on THE Maui Real Estate Blog.

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