Homeless in Kanaha line the streets

The Maui News / MATTHEW THAYER photo
The Maui News / MATTHEW THAYER photos

Makeshift homeless shelters, belongings and vehicles line Amala Place Saturday morning near the Wailuku-Kahului Wastewater Treatment Plant. This month, Maui County and the state Department of Land and Natural Resources announced plans for a comprehensive clean-up of public lands surrounding the Kanaha Pond Wildlife Sanctuary and Wailuku-Kahului Wastewater Treatment Plant. The joint effort comes in response to concerns about public health and safety on Amala Place and long-planned improvements to the sanctuary, the county has said.


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