Deportment of Land and Natural Resources is purposing a 285 acre business park on the old sugar lands of Pulehunui. Proposed usage would include industrial, commercial, government, and nonprofit.
The formerly leased land is now back in the states hands. The hope is to generate longterm lease revenue that will support some of the Department of Land and Natural Resources other programs. Those programs include wildlife, forestry, and parks to name a few.
This project is open to public review. Comments on the project are due by April 7th. To read this entire article, visit Maui News here.