MAUI POLITICAL TRACKER
Maui County Council -- Land Use Committee
Committee Roles and Duties
Land Use Committee duties include reviewing and considering:
- Project-specific amendments of State land use district boundaries, the General Plan, community plans, and zoning ordinances.
- Other land use approvals requiring Council review and approval such as variances and conditional permits.
- Expedited approvals of housing projects pursuant to Chapter 20 1H, Hawaii Revised Statutes, or any successor statute.
- Land use ordinances not specific to a project.
Committee Meeting Schedule
Land Use Committee meetings are held in the Council Chamber at 1:30 pm on the Wednesday prior to the first and third Fridays of each month; however, the schedule is subject to change. The Committee may also periodically schedule site inspections.
Info on how to testify (in written or oral form) is located here. Also included is advice on how to provide effective testimony.
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Committee Members and Contact Info
lINKS TO Committee Documents
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Links to agendas and videos from select Committee meetings can be accessed here.
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Land Use Committee Agendas and Meeting Notices
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LAND-USE COMMITTEE TRACKER POSTS
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