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4. Stakeholder notification and input 5. Flyers delivered to town merchants.
6. Direct mailouts to affected landowners.
7. Meetings with the Wailuku Landowner Task Force
8. Small Town Code stakeholder survey 9. Maui Redevelopment Agency - 12 public meetings 10. Wailuku Main Street Association participation, review and comment 11. Wailuku Main Street Association (WMSA) small town revitalization conference - October, 1999 12. Televised (Akaku) repeats of the WMSA conference.
13. WMSA special committee (design, parking, etc.) reviews 14. Maui Planning Commission review and approval
15. Public workshop and site inspection - November 22, 1999 16. Public workshop - January 10, 2000
17. Public hearing - January 25, 2000 18. Window exhibit along Market Street 19. Radio spots / interviews 20. Newspaper press releases and feature stories in the Maui News, Honolulu Star Bulletin, Pacific Business News.
An area (including a slum area), whether it is improved or unimproved, in which conditions such as: the dilapidation, deterioration, age, orobsolescence of the buildings or improvements thereon; inadequateventilation, light, sanitation, or open spaces, or other unsanitary or unsafe conditions; high density of population and over- crowding; defective or inadequate street layout; faulty lot layout in relation to size, adequacy, accessibility, or usefulness; diversity of ownership; tax or special assessment delinquency exceeding the fair value of the land; defective or unusual conditions of title; improper subdivision or obsolete platting; existence of conditions which endanger life or property by fire or other causes; or any combination of these factors or conditions predominate, thus making the area an economic or social liability, or conducive to ill health, transmission of disease, infant mortality, juvenile delinquency, or crime, or otherwise detrimental to the public health, safety, morals, and welfare. Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS) 53-1(3)Urban Renewal Law
1. Conditions within the area meet the slum and blight criteria as set forth in HRS Section 53-1(3); 2. The area is in a commercial use, designated for a commercial use or adjacent to a commercial use; 3. Existing conditions within the area (land use pattern, condition ofbuilding stock and infrastructure systems, etc.) are such that the area could benefit from the tools that the MRA has to promote physical and economic revitalization; and 4. The area functions as an integrated unit, and is of such a scale that project implementation is practical and feasible.