South Maui CPAC 9/6/2023 – Overall Map Review and Area Description Review

South Maui CPAC 9/6/2023 – Overall Map Review and Area Description Review


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Wednesday, October 4, 5:30 pm
Malcolm Center
The South Maui Community Plan Advisory Committee

After one week’s strike by the South Maui Community Plan Advisory Committee (CPAC), the Planning Department has agreed to provide remote participation and testimony for the remaining CPAC meetings. The CPAC will therefor resume work October 4.

The committee will complete its review of adopted actions and then review the maps / land use designations made so far for all subareas of South Maui and the accompanying text in the draft plan.

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

There will be an opportunity for oral testimony. Written testimony is encouraged; send it to and cc the CPAC chair at

Review of Adopted Actions

From the Planning Department

Goal 2.1 | A Complete, Balanced and Connected Transportation Network

Goal 2.2 | Safe, Healthy, Livable Communities for All

Goal 2.3 | Ready and Resilient Systems

Goal 2.4 | Mauka to Makai Watershed Management

Goal 2.5 | Responsible Stewardship of Wahi Kūpuna and Historic Properties

From the CPAC members

Brian Ward_Input on Actions and Land Use Designations

GPasson 10-4-23 – Actions

Review of Adopted Maps / Land Use Designations

From the Planning Department

List of CPAC recommended changes to Growth Framework/Maps

Subarea 1 | Mā‘alaea/Keālia

Subarea 2 | North Kīhei

Subarea 3 | South Kīhei

Subarea 4 | Wailea

Subarea 5 | Mākena

Subarea 6 | ‘Āhihi-Kīna’u/Kanaio

From the CPAC members

Map to compare the 1998 Kihei-Makena Community Plan to the new plan

Public testimony

Isaac Hall_Subarea 5 (Mākena)

Bernard Lassalle
Brett Gobar
Eva Roberts
Jo Kimm
Joanne Foxxe
Madolin Wells
Nick Drance

Review of Subarea Descriptions

From the Planning Department

Section 3.1 | Growth Framework

Section 3.2 | Community Plan Designations

Section 3.3 | Community Plan Map and Subareas

Section 3.4 | Areas of Change

Section 3.5 | Areas of Stability

Other Business

From the CPAC members

Typos to be fixed in the current plan draft

Public testimony

Larry Stevens_Other Committee Business


From the meeting agenda:

Public testimony will be taken when each agenda item is discussed. Testimony will be limited to a maximum of three (3) minutes. Testifiers will be called by the Chair to offer testimony. More information on oral and written testimony can be found below.
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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MJ Duberstein
7 months ago

Whatever the “strike’s” cause, Akaku is not to blame!
Put the finger on the horribly inefficient County Administration as well as on our new Councilman who allegedly said he doesn’t care if South Maui lacks a required representative on the Planning Commission.

7 months ago
Reply to  MJ Duberstein

From where did you get the concept that Akaku was at fault?? Please reread our missive. Akaku is never mentioned, but the Administration’s Planning Dept is numerous times. KCA has had a very strong partnership & relationship since they began over 4 decades ago. For CPAC, same with the all volunteer committee, where our chair worked with them to continue on line connections of our meetings.
As far as the situation at the Planning Commission. it was only KCA who addressed the Charter violation in our testimony at the legislative meeting, bringing out the Councilmember’s unsatisfactory comment. Further KCA addressed the Mayor & the Corp. Counsel to no avail

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