EIS for proposed Wai‘ale project

Here is the Environmental Impact Statement Preparation Notice for A&B’s 545 acre, 2,550 residential units located between Waikapu and Maui Lani. This project is basically an expansion of Kahului and Maui Lani out toward Waikapu.

The entire PDF document (71 pages) can be downloaded here
Maps on pages 9+10. Detailed map on page 20.

Permits: Chapter 343, HRS Compliance; State Land Use District Boundary Amendment; Community Plan Amendment; Project District Phases I, II and III Approval; Chapter 6E, HRS Compliance; NPDES; and Grading/Building/Infrastructure/Site Development Permits
Applicant: A&B Properties, Inc., PO Box 156, Kahului, HI 96732. Grant Chun, Vice President, 872-4312.
Accepting Authority: Land Use Commission, PO Box 2359, Honolulu, HI 96804. Dan Davidson, Executive Officer, 587-3822
Consultant: PBR HAWAII, 1001 Bishop Street, ASB Tower, Suite 650, Honolulu, HI 96813. Michael Shibata, Project Manager/Planner, 521-5631
Comments: EISPN 30-day comment period ends about November 8. Address comments to the Applicant, with copies to the Accepting Authority and Consultant.

A&B Properties, Inc. proposes to develop Waiale on approximately 545 acres of land south of Wailuku and Kahului, in Central Maui. The property is adjacent to Maui Lani and Waikapu. Kuihelani Highway forms the eastern boundary of the property. Waiale is envisioned to be a community for residents to live, work, learn, play, and shop. Residential communities, including single-family homes and multi-family dwellings, will be connected to Village Mixed-Use areas supported with commercial, retail, office, civic and other public facilities through a system of pedestrian/bicycle paths and greenways. Approximately 2,550 residential units are proposed for Waiale, including approximately 300 residential units within approximately 40 acres to be contributed to the County of Maui. Waiale would assist in providing relief to the current overall shortage of housing on Maui, and the site’s central location suggests that its impact will be very beneficial to Maui’s residential and commercial sectors. Waiale will also provide employment opportunities during and after its development, positively impacting Maui’s economy. Several acres of land in Waiale will be provided for public use, including a middle school, a regional park, a regional community center, and other public support facilities.

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