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April 28, 2017

Survey Offers Public Input on Wailuku Parking Structure Design

The County of Maui Department of Planning and the Project Advisory Committee for the Wailuku Parking and Events Facility are encouraging the public to take an online survey to offer feedback on the design of the County-owned space. The design of the Wailuku Parking and Events Facility is currently underway, with the goal of taking... Read more »
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September 05, 2012

reBRANDING Wailuku Town

The re-branding effort includes a new series of workshops in which participants will help to define the town’s brand. After a series of workshops focused on infrastructure and planning, the reWAILUKU initiative continues to evolve, this time with the "reBRANDING" of Wailuku Town.
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February 14, 2012

A History of Wailuku’s Planning, Mismanagement

Wailuku has little to show for public money spent, and a lot of questions to answer about where it all went.
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February 09, 2012

VIDEO/PHOTOS: Governor Impressed with reWailuku Site Visit

Governor Neil Abercrombie visited the ReWailuku studio on Maui today: "I just think this is tremendous. I did not comprehend when I came, that it would be this exciting, and this comprehensive, and this original in terms of attracting people's attention. You certainly got mine."
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February 08, 2012

Governor to Visit Maui, Includes reWailuku Stop

Governor Neil Abercrombie will make several stops on the Valley Isle on Thursday, including a visit to the County's reWailuku studio workshop.
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February 03, 2012

Weekend Round-Up: Wailuku Friday, Black History, Super Bowl

This weekend's pick of events on Maui...
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January 25, 2012

ReWailuku: A Call for Collective Creativity

Wailuku Town is reinventing itself and the Maui Redevelopment Agency is spearheading the effort with an innovative collaborative approach called ReWailuku.
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