Groundbreaking for underground infrastructure improvements along Vineyard and Church Streets is now scheduled to begin in August. At a May 24 meeting of the MRA, the agency announced that work on these offsite improvements (dubbed Phase 1-A) of the Wailuku Civic Complex project is anticipated to last 18 months. The department also released a draft of interim parking and shuttle … [Read more...] about Phase 1-A of Wailuku Civic Complex Scheduled to Begin in August: Interim parking and shuttle plans during construction announced
If you think that converting a large parking lot from one dedicated to free parking (and never more than half full, even at that) into one that charges people to park is simply a matter of installing parking gates and ticket validators and dispensers, you'd be wrong, Wrong, WRONG. Well, maybe it is that simple in places other than the Shops at Wailea, but then we wouldn't have … [Read more...] about The Shops at Wailea changes up their paid parking yet again
The last few times I've driven by the Shops at Wailea, I couldn't help but notice that the long red and white arms of their new paid parking gates were pointed skyward, allowing (like the old days) just anyone to drive on in and park for no charge. At first I thought it was just a coincidence, but after the third time, I called the Shops to find out what was wrong. "I think … [Read more...] about UPDATED: County of Maui says fire access is a big problem with new Shops at Wailea paid parking gates
The story that was here was based on MauiTime Editor Anthony Pignataro misreading a Pacific Business News story concerning the recent sale of the Shops on the Green shopping center in Wailea. It did not concern the Shops of Wailea shopping complex. MauiTime thereby retracts the story, and regrets the error. … [Read more...] about RETRACTED: Shops at Wailea sold month after they start paid parking
When the great history of Maui in the 21st century is written, the year 2015 will go down as the beginning of the Post-Taguma era. Residents–especially those who live and work in Wailuku Town–have been celebrating the retirement of Maui Police Officer Keith Taguma for weeks now. Each year for the past three decades, Taguma’s inhuman work ethic and singular dedication to writing … [Read more...] about Will 2015 Be The Year Wailuku Town Gets Parking Meters?