Condo residents want county to curtail park’s recycled water project

A project to install a recycled wastewater irrigation system at Waipuilani Park in Kihei is concerning condominium residents, who irrigate a portion of the park themselves and say that the project is a needless cost to the county.  Board members at the Maui Sunset condos and the Kihei Community Association sent letters to the county last week asking to stop the project, which is scheduled to begin July 5.    Read the article…………..


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