A recent Paia Bypass report put out by the state Department of Transportation—the same outfit that’s catching hell for supposedly not being responsive to legislative inquiries on the proposed Superferry—has a couple local senators crying foul. According to today’s Maui News, that report’s prediction that the long-awaited Paia Bypass would be done by 2017—sharp!—thoroughly pissed off state Senators J. Kalani English (D, 6th District) and Shan Tsutsui (D, 4th District). But fear not! The DOT told the News that the report “was not accurate.” In fact, the bypass is supposed to be done way earlier—2012, sharp! See, English and Tsutsui got all worked up over nothing. The Bypass will be done in a scant seven years, not 12. Feel better? You know, such scheduling would be adequate, even reckless, if the Bypass was a 30-mile long, eight-lane elevated freeway that cut through seven neighborhoods and required kicking thousands of people out of their homes. But it’s not. The Paia Bypass is only supposed to run a few miles through cane fields. Guy could cut the corridor this weekend in a pickup with both doors left open.