Aug 2014
The Dunes Golf Course Rate Sheet
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Sept 2013
Maui Lani Community FALL Newsletter
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July 2012
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June 2012
REVISED Maui Lani Community Association Meeting Agenda
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May 4, 2012
Walgreens to Open at Maui Lani Village Center.
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June 2012
Maui Lani Community Association Packet Available.
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March 2012
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Maui County
From 2010 to 2013, Maui County's population grew more than 3.5%, ahead of the statewide growth of 3.2%, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. As of 2013, Maui County accounted for 11.4% of the state's total population. By the year 2030, the island of Maui's resident population is expected to grow to nearly 195,000, an increase of 35% over 2010.

Between 1990 and 2011, the total number of wage and salary jobs in Maui County grew by about 800 jobs per year, with particularly notable growth in the Professional and Business Services sector. Projections anticipate wage and salary jobs will continue to grow by approximately 1.1% per year.

While economic data indicate that Maui's economy has diversified over the years and is less reliant on tourism compared to previous years, the islands' primary economic driver continues to be the hospitality industry. In 2012, nearly 2.5 million visitors traveled to Maui, resulting in $3.5 billion in visitor expenditures on the island. That same year, Maui hotels recorded an annual occupancy rate of 72.6%, and of the four major islands in the state, the highest average room rate of $257.95.

An industry of growing importance is the knowledge and technology sector, including professional, technical and scientific services; computer systems and programming; enterprise management; administrative and waste management; health and social services; and information technologies.

The island of Maui - and Central Maui in particular - has periodically experienced acute shortages of available space and land for industrial and commercial use. At times, vacancy levels have fallen to less than 1%, leading to rapid growth in rent prices.

Major Economic Sectors*, County of Maui
• Hotels
• Retail
• Government
• Food & Beverage
• Health Services
• Business Services
• Mining / Construction
* based on number of jobs projected for 2015

Daily Traffic Volumes in Vicinity of Waiale Road / Kuikahi Drive Intersection

Intersection Leg 2013 Projected 2015
Waiale Road / Kuikahi Drive 14,000 20,000
Kuikahi Drive Extension East of Waiale Road 11,000 27,000

Radius from Kuikahi Drive & Waiale Road

1 mile 3 miles 10 miles
2013 Population 9,988 51,766 79,127
2018 Projected Population 10,655 54,306 83,153

Household Income
Radius from Kuikahi Drive & Waiale Road

1 mile 3 miles 10 miles
2013 Average Household Income $85,226 $71,673 $73,652
2015 Projected Average $99,552 $81,660 $83,355

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