We Crashed the Revitalized Wailuku Community Association Meeting

the voice of the community and the advocacy organization to support and work with the County’s redevelopment efforts.”

Last evening (4/20/16) we ventured into Wailuku to attend a public board meeting of the revitalized Wailuku Community Association (WCA), dba Wailuku Downtown Association, at 5:30 PM at the site of the old Wailuku Main Street Group on (where else?) Main Street.

The new board of Directors were introduced, led by President Ashley Takatani, VP Christin Holmes, as well as David Johnston, Jonathan Starr, Jordan Hart (who arrived late,) and Secretary Richard Lawyer (no that is not his name, but we missed it & that is his profession.IMG_3249

Before presentations were offered by County Departments, Mayor Alan Arakawa explained the ongoing revitalization effort was was not a County government project, but was there for guidance. He did however express that the two county planners were “working full time on Wailuku.”IMG_3258IMG_3261

The first presentation was given by DPW deputy Director Rowena Daghdag -Andaya on “Urban Transportation Policy and Multimodal Roadway Design Options.”

This was followed by the two aforementioned county planners, Erin Wade and David Yamashita on the “Preliminary Wailuku Block Multi-Use Plans.”

As they are getting started the WCA is looking to begin a membership drive, establish committees and build a website. KCA wishes them the best.IMG_3247 IMG_3248 IMG_3246 IMG_3256 IMG_3254 IMG_3250 IMG_3262

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One Response to “We Crashed the Revitalized Wailuku Community Association Meeting”

  1. Hello Mike,

    Thank you for attending our Meeting!

    Richard Lawyer’s last name is Priest.

    You don’t need to write (arrived late) after my name, I think it’s implied.

    I did take the opportunity to get a photograph of you, since the tables were turned for once.

    Thank you for your input on the challenges of membership, it was very helpful coming from one of Maui’s more robust associations.