In a perfect world our communities would all make a part of the whole. Wailuku is one step closer to ideal with their reWAILUKU plan that kicked off Jan. 23 and runs through February.
The Maui Redevelopment Agency, the county Department of Planning and the Wailuku Community Association are partnering with a venue at 1980 Main Street in Wailuku Town. The idea is that citizens can come by this storefront and view current plans and history of Wailuku and share their ideas for change.
The movement has been sparked by the overwhelming success of Wailuku First Friday. “First Friday brings together a diversity of culture, age, entertainment and community awareness,” said Richard Priest, the president of the Wailuku Community Association. “As with any process, the momentum of this event is informing the Maui populace that Wailuku is a destination to visit and enjoy. We are excited to explore, investigate and share the momentum of Wailuku through the upcoming Public Design Workshop events.”
The objective of reWAILUKU is to provide a clear direction to build and sustain Wailuku Town through private investment, opportunities and partnerships for immediate and long-term capital improvement projects. For more information, please contact Erin Wade at [email protected] or call 270-5517.
Storefront Open House Hours of reWAILUKU
Jan. 24: 11am-2pm (lunch time walk-ins); 4pm-6pm.
Jan. 25: 11am-2pm (lunch time walk-ins); 4pm-6pm.
Jan. 27: 1pm: Maui Redevelopment Agency Meeting. Preliminary summary of open house attendance and results.
Storefront Opening Reception
Feb. 3: 5-6pm (Invitation only reception)
First Friday announcement of the project and storefront open to the public after 6:00pm.
Storefront Design Workshop Week
Feb: 6: 11am-6pm
Feb. 7: 11am-6pm
Feb. 8: 8-10am – Walking Audit with Dan Burden; Design Week 11am-6pm
Feb. 10: 4-6pm – Closing Reception
Presentation of Results
Feb. 24: 1pm – Maui Redevelopment Agency preliminary results and status of Design Workshop
Mar. 28: 6pm – Public Presentation of the reWAILUKU Project at Iao Theater
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