Access to West Maui beaches is getting easier with an online database that will be an ongoing project. Recent attention on this matter has caused the County of Maui to get serious about enforcing public parking spots at the resorts. Time limits on the public parking zones are also not legal, though some resorts post signs stating the time limits.
Kaanapali Shores Resort
A group called the HK West Maui Community Fund has been formed to create the online database, and they're asking for the public's help to provide more documents that might be stored with home owners.
In Hawaii all the beaches and shoreline are for public use and there are rules regarding public access points, meaning that the beaches should always be accessible. Unfortunately, over time these tend to get buried under development and forgotten. Luckily there are written records that prove what should be preserved for future generations.
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Georgie Hunter R(S) e-Pro, Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers
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