Early this year, I wrote about the distinct possibility that parking meters might be coming to Wailuku Town in the near future (click here for that story). It’s something planning consultants have been talking about for some years now. “[B]ecause there is currently a high level of dedicated parking enforcement, we believe the meter collection rates will be high in Wailuku … [Read more...] about Maui Redevelopment Agency talks ‘Parking Pricing’ this week
Not to get anyone in town too excited, but the Maui Redevelopment Agency (MRA) will discuss the looooong-awaited act of repairing the Wailuku Municipal Parking Lot at its meeting this Thursday, Mar. 27. It's right there on the agenda, under "OLD BUSINESS" (perhaps the truest words on the agenda): "Anticipated schedule and draft plans for the Wailuku Municipal Parking Lot … [Read more...] about Maui Redevelopment Agency to discuss repairing Wailuku Municipal Parking Lot!
We’ve received a couple letters to the editor from residents lately in response on our recent coverage of the Wailuku Town parking enforcement and proposed parking meters. The writers asked us what was up with state and county government seeing to their own employees’ parking needs–especially considering that commercial businesses in Wailuku Town are under pretty strict rules … [Read more...] about What’s being done about state and county government employee parking in Wailuku Town?
Emails started flying around town yesterday that new parking enforcement in Wailuku Town was imminent, and it looks like the stories were true. As you can see from these photos, which were taken on the morning of Tuesday, Feb. 17, the Maui PD is once again chalking cars and enforcing Wailuku two-hour parking restrictions. Since MPD Officer Keith Taguma retired at the end of … [Read more...] about Maui Police begin parking enforcement again in Wailuku Town
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?