Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Lualualei Industrial Park.

Looking  more like Paradise if we can live and work here.

Tropic Land LLC proposes to develop an industrial park that would occupy approximately 96 acres on the east side of Lualualei Naval Access Road. The industrial park would consist of approximately 35 lots, averaging two acres each. The project would have a single secured entry off of Lualualei Naval Access Road and a secondary access for fire and emergency purposes.

"There is so much good in the worst of us, and so much bad in the best of us, that it hardly becomes any of us, to talk about the rest of us.
The existing linear tree farm will remain as a 30-foot landscaped setback along the Lualualei Road frontage. The north and south property lines have 15-foot setbacks. An additional strip of land, approximately 100 feet wide and mauka of the industrial lots, will be used for drainage improvements and rockfall hazard mitigation.”

Beautiful Industrial Park built on the Mainland by people with the smarts to do good for their fellow residents.

The project will be structured under a condominium form of ownership with individual lots and common ownership of internal roads and infrastructure. Tropic Land LLC is planning to seek an I-1 zone for the area that is planned for industrial use. The remainder will remain in the preservation zone.
"Tiny Bubbles" by Don Ho

The amendment will provide an inventory of industrial space on the Waianae Coast, which does not have a similar facility. The proposed project will be attractive to a mix of light industrial businesses and provide open yard space for storing materials, trucks, and heavy equipment.

The proposed light industrial park and baseyard is a job-producing and economy sustaining land use. The industrial park has the potential to become an employment center offering well-paid jobs that are within convenient commuting distance of Waianae Coast communities. Minimum wage is worth ten times more on this coast than in Honolulu. "And I coulda been home in 20 minutes." None of this Rail Station Humbug.

"And it's my opinion, and that's only my opinion, the Present Rail Party are lunatics. Just because there are a few hundred other people sharing  their lunacy with them does not make them any saner.
The anticipated opening is approximately 18 months from receipt of government approvals. The preliminary cost of the light industrial park, based on the conceptual site plan, is estimated at $29 million. A drop in the bucket compare to the new estimated costs of the Rail Disaster. Ten billion dollars, but somebody is gonna make Big Bucks theah.