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State halts Kihei project for land use violations

By Gary T. Kubota

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Feb 12, 2013

~~<p>The state Land Use Commission ruled Thursday that revised plans for a commercial and light industrial subdivision violate the commission's 1995 order to reclassify 68 acres from agricultural to urban use and ordered the project stopped.</p>
<p>The original proposal was to develop the 123-lot Pii&shy;lani Promenade North and South on Pii&shy;lani Highway, but the developer has since added two shopping centers and a 250-unit employee housing project on the Kihei site.</p>
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The state Land Use Commission ruled Thursday that revised plans for a commercial and light industrial subdivision violate the commission's 1995 order to reclassify 68 acres from agricultural to urban use and ordered the project stopped.

The original proposal was to develop the 123-lot Pii­lani Promenade North and South on Pii­lani Highway, but the developer has since added two shopping centers and a 250-unit employee housing project on the Kihei site. Login for more...



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