Real Estate Agent with Coldwell Banker Island Properties

Key negotiators from Maui Land & Pineapple Co. Inc.'s Honolua Advisory Council and the Save Honolua Coalition spoke at Lahaina Civic Center last week Wednesday to update the community on proposed plans for 3,467 acres from Lipoa Point to Nakalele Point, owned by Maui Land & Pine (MLP). The social hall became quiet as Kahu David Kapaku led over 100 people in prayer for the 274 MLP workers who lost their jobs. After the prayer, Kapaku, the president of the Save Honolua Coalition (SHC), shared the group's vision for Honolua. "It is more than a place to surf, swim and snorkel. It is an ahupua'a, a continuum from the mountain to the sea. We need to reconstruct our thinking on how to keep this place intact," he said.

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