Proposed Central Maui Sports Complex

I’ve been following the proposed Central Maui Sports Complex.  Central Maui Sports Complex borders all 3 subdivision which are the Legends, viagra sale buy cialis Na Hoku, prescription and Traditions.  In my opinion, ampoule the location will effect home prices.  Passive parks usually increase home values. Passive parks are parks that have open space with walking/ jogging paths,  playgrounds, etc. The sports complex includes 12 lighted sports fields: 9 Baseball/ Softball Fields and 3 Soccer Fields, along with concession stands and parking for 600+ vehicles.  The neighbors who are close to the Sports Complex are concern with the noise, sports lighting, and traffic.  Concerned neighbors have put together a website: http://central-maui-sports-complex.com to addressing their concerns.  \n\nThe Central Maui Sports Complex was visioned and proposed by Lt. Governor Shan Tsutsui to help with the needed space for organized sports.  The bordering community is not against a sport complex, but feels the location of the park is not appropriate.   In finding a solution, the community has brought this idea to move the sports complex to the Central Maui Regional Park which is 209 acres of land.  The Mayor and the Lt. Governor needs to work together to make this happen.  Here the Solution: http://www.central-maui-sports-complex.com/the-solution/\n\nThis proposal is a Win-Win Solution. We will have a sports complex in a much better location. Property values will remain stable to increasing which mean more property tax revenue for the County. The Communities in the Legends, Na Hoku, and Traditions will be happy. The park that borders these communities will be better utilized.\n\nAs part of the special permit process, the State will be holding a meeting at Pomaikai Elementary School on April 29, 2014 6:00- 7:30pm.  We encourage everyone living in these community to attend.

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