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Maui developer Charles Jencks appointed to State Land Commission

July 16, 2010, 1:01 PM HST
* Updated July 29, 7:44 AM
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Maui resident and developer Charles Jencks was appointed today to serve as an interim commission member for the state Land Use Commission (LUC). Jenks replaces Ransom “Randy” Piltz, who resigned earlier this month to run for Maui County Mayor. The appointment was announced today by Governor Linda Lingle. Jencks will complete the remainder of Piltz’s term, which runs through June 30th of 2011.

Jencks previously served as director of the Maui County Department of Public Works and Waste Management from 1991 to 2000. He currently is a partner with Second & Peck Real Estate, LLC, and is also the owner’s representative for Honua‘ula Partners, LLC, which is developing the Honua‘ula project in South Maui.

“I appreciate Charlie stepping in to assume this important responsibility in the State’s land-use decision making process,” said Governor Lingle. “I worked closely with Charlie when I was Mayor of Maui County as well as over the past eight years as Governor. I know first-hand of Charlie’s’ extensive experience in planning and development, his understanding of protecting agricultural and conservation lands, and his sensitivity to the community and Native Hawaiian cultural land practices. He will be an excellent addition to the Land Use Commission,” said Lingle in a press release today.

Jencks previously worked for Bergheer Wailea, which built a resort condominium project in Wailea Resort. He also worked for the Irvine Company in Newport Beach, Calif., where he managed the design and development of residential communities.

Jencks is the past board chair of the Maui Chamber of Commerce; past president and board member of the Maui Contractors Association; past board member and president of the Maui Family YMCA; board member and past president of Maui County Council Boy Scouts of America; board member of Seaburry Hall School and chair of its Physical Facilities Committee. He has a bachelor’s degree in urban environmental management from California State University.

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