Kenolio Apartments land clearing this week.

UPDATE    8/19/14   KCA has submitted the EA comments to both CHP and PWC now. In addition the last remnant of the “junkyard” appearance which has lingered for years on this site, the graffiti marred  shipping container has been removed.

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8/16/14   While your Association is preparing comments this month on the Environmental Assessment (EA)  for the  “ Kenolio Apartments” at the  SW corner of Kaonoulu St. & Pi’ilani  Hwy, we note some apparent land clearing taking place past few days. We made note a while back that the new land owners Pacific  West Communities (PWC) of Idaho have made a valiant effort to haul away years’ worth of debris on the land,   See http://gokihei.org/news/finally-removal-of-unsightly-rubble-begins-in-no-kihei    But what we are observing this week (8/15-8/16)   is more along the lines of grubbing.

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2 Responses to “Kenolio Apartments land clearing this week.”

  1. I approve of these apartments or any kind of housing going in at Kenolio and Kaonoulu. I live in the houses makai of the proposed site and would love to see more housing available for people, and remove the fire threat we see every year. There is such a terrible housing shortage on Maui. A family of 4 are forced to rent 1 bedrm places because rents are impossible.
    I say Build it!!

  2. Mahalo for your comment, Libby. The more guys involved, the better we can represent the South Maui Community. KCA’s goal is to always make every proposed development the very best for all of us in every possible aspect, both as an individual project, as well a one piece in the overall growth. While a single project may not have a major effect on need for added schools, roads, resources, etc.cumulatively, we need to be aware and insure government reacts to that.