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File #: IT-36 CC 17-99    Version:
Type: County Communication Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 2/21/2017 In control: Infrastructure and Transportation Committee
On agenda: 6/6/2022 Final action:
Title: WASTEWATER INFRASTRUCTURE NEEDS (IT-36)
Attachments: 1. County Communication 17-99, 2. Correspondence from Committee Chair 03-16-2017, 3. Correspondence to Environmental Management 4-4-2017, 4. Correspondence from Environmental Management 04-19-2017, 5. Testimony from Neil Rhoads 11-20-2018, 6. Presentation from Paul Sturm 06-25-2021, 7. Presentation from Paul Sturm 07-22-2021, 8. Presentation from Environmental Management 07-22-2021, 9. Correspondence to Mayor 10-12-2021, 10. Correspondence from Environmental Management 10-22-2021, 11. Presentation from Maui Environmental Consulting, LLC 12-10-2021, 12. Presentation from Environmental Management 12-14-2021, 13. Presentation from Environmental Management 01-31-2022, 14. Presentation from Environmental Management 06-06-2022, 15. eComments Report 06-06-2022, 16. Correspondence to Environmental Management 06-06-2022, 17. Correspondence from Environmental Management 06-07-2022
Related files: CR 20-169, CR 20-51, CR 18-241
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Title

WASTEWATER INFRASTRUCTURE NEEDS  (IT-36)

 

Description

The Committee is in receipt of County Communication 17-99, from Councilmember Elle K. Cochran, relating to wastewater infrastructure needs and transmitting a report, dated July 20, 2016, from the Maui Nui Marine Resource Council, entitled “Options to Improve Wastewater Management in South Maui.”  The report provides background information and recommendations relating to wastewater management in South Maui, from Maalaea to Makena, and recommendations for the Kihei Wastewater Reclamation Facility, located in Kihei, Maui, Hawaii.

 

Status

The Committee may discuss matters related to the Kihei Wastewater Reclamation Facility Grit System Replacement Project, including the study performed by Brown and Caldwell in 2018 recommending that the County continue to employ its status quo operations for grit removal.  The Committee may receive an update from the Department of Environmental Management and discuss related matters.  No legislative action will be taken.