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Proposed Waikapū Country Town Subject of Mayor’s TV Show

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By Maui Now Staff

The next edition (June 3, 2015) of the Mayor’s TV Show, “Your County with Mayor Arakawa” will focus on the Waikapū Country Town, proposed for development on nearly 500 acres.  The project seeks approvals for a mixed-use residential community within and around the Maui Tropical Plantation.

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The show will feature Mayor Alan Arakawa, Managing Director Keith Regan, and Mike Atherton, owner of the Maui Tropical Plantation and manager for Waikapū Properties.

The show airs at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, June 3, 2015 on Akaku Channel 55 and will re-air on Wednesdays at 7 p.m. through June 24.

Viewers can ask questions by calling 873-3430.

Waikapū landscape from the Maui Tropical Plantation.

Waikapū landscape from the Maui Tropical Plantation.

Windmill at the Maui Tropical Plantation.

Windmill at the Maui Tropical Plantation.

Papaya patch and Banana patch at the Maui Tropical Plantation. Photo by Wendy Osher.

Papaya patch and Banana patch at the Maui Tropical Plantation. Photo by Wendy Osher.

Waikapū landscape from the Maui Tropical Plantation.

Waikapū landscape from the Maui Tropical Plantation.

Waikapū landscape from the Maui Tropical Plantation.

Waikapū landscape from the Maui Tropical Plantation.

Waikapū Country Town project boundary map. Courtesy Waikapū Country Town LLC via DEA prepared by Planning Consultants Hawaiʻi, LLC.

Waikapū Country Town project boundary map. Courtesy Waikapū Country Town LLC via DEA prepared by Planning Consultants Hawaiʻi, LLC.

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