3/30/21 UPDATE  See dispursement by district  https://www.mauicounty.gov/DocumentCenter/View/126246/FY-2022-Synopsis_Mayors-Proposed

S Maui gets  5.1%  ;  W. Maui gets almost 30% and Central almost 20%




3/26/21 #Kihei

Yesterday Mayor Victorino handed off his new county budget to the Council. As we view the major Capital Improvement Projects  (CIP) for the county once again we note an absence of anything in our district. Take a look:

$20 million more in capital improvement projects than the current budget. Some of those projects include:
• $15 million for War Memorial Gym repairs and replacing gym flooring, bleachers and air conditioning.
• $13 million for the West Maui Recycled Water System expansion.
• $12 million to stabilize the eroding slopes in Haiku and Kahakuloa and prevent future rockfall at Kalepa Point.
• $10.5 million for the Lahaina Wastewater Reclamation Facility R-1 process expansion.
• $10 million for countywide recovery and relief efforts for COVID-19.
• $4 million for a new Lanai Youth Center and Skate Park.
• $3 million for county service improvements at Old Hana School.
• $3 million for the county’s emergency fund.
• $2 million for a Lanai Agricultural Park.
• $1.5 million for the Maui Visitors Bureau.
• $1.5 million for the Agricultural Micro Grants Program.
• $1 million for the Climate Change, Resiliency and Sustainability Office to implement recommendations from various studies and plans.
• $400,000 for the creation and implementation of a master plan and management strategy for Moku’ula and Mokuhia.
• $200,000 for Halau Ke’alaokamaile’s building fund capital campaign for an educational and community facility.
• $150,000 for the restoration of Ka’ahumanu Church.

See anything at all for South Maui????