South Maui CPAC 6/14/2023 – Mākena and ‘Āhihi Kīna‘u

South Maui CPAC 6/14/2023 – Mākena and ‘Āhihi Kīna‘u


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Wednesday, June 14, 5:30 pm
Malcolm Center
The South Maui Community Plan Advisory Committee

The committee will review and make decisions on the Planning Department’s proposals for the future of Mākena and ‘Āhihi Kīna‘u. It will also revisit a few items relating to Wailea (but Wailea670 will be on June 21).

Watch in person at the Malcolm Center or on the WeAreSouthMaui Facebook page or BlueJeans.

There will be an opportunity for oral testimony before each item. Written testimony is encouraged; send it to and cc the CPAC chair at, if possible by Monday, June 12.

Material for the discussion on the Wailea subarea

Planning Department

Subarea 4 | Wailea

CPAC Member Input

Remaining land use issues in subarea 4

Why will Polo Beach be Resort/Hotel but not the Palms at Wailea?

Public Testimony


Material for the discussion on the Mākena/‘Āhihi Kīna‘u subareas

Planning Department

Subarea 5 | Mākena

Areas of Change | Mākena

Subarea 6 | ‘Āhihi-Kīna’u/Kanaio

Areas of Stability | ‘Āhihi-Kīna’u/Kanaio

CPAC Member Input


Public Testimony



The schedule for the remaining meetings is here.


Testimony instructions excerpted from the agenda:

To watch the meeting or provide video testimony:  Click on or use meeting link:

To listen to the meeting or provide oral testimony via phone, dial 1-408-915-6290 or 1-408-740-7256 or 1-312-216-0325 and enter Meeting ID: 696 080 612

Testifiers via video are asked to sign-up using the Chat function providing their names and the item they wish to testify on.  Testifiers via phone will be called by the Chair after in-person and video testimony is finished.  Testifiers will be called by the Chair to offer their testimony, those participating by phone or video are asked to mute their audio and video when they are not testifying.

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Cheryl hardt
11 months ago

As I look at this development, I can’t help but wonder how you are going to accommodate all of the additional traffic on Pi’illani Highway which by everyone’s account…is currently over it’s capacity. If you look at the homes south of Keonekai on the west side of Pi’illani, there is between 36 to 40 feet of easement on the rear side of these properties all the way south of Kilohana. Currently there are days when you can’t even talk to your neighbor because it has gotten so loud with the increased traffic. What is going to happen when they complete these developments. Many homes don’t even have a guard rail behind their property which is an open path for vehicles to coming crashing in. I realize this is probably a State issue, but suggesting more development without infrastructure updates is irresponsible to say the least.

11 months ago
Reply to  Cheryl hardt

Mahalo Cheryl We completely concur. We note the current community plan from 1998 repeatedly calls for infrastructue concurrent with development, but that was totally violated. While the State Government is responsible for the Highway, it is the County government approving all the development. We all see doing the same thing & expecting a better outcome does not happen

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