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UPDATE: County Services at One Main Plaza Shut Down Due to Water Main Break

Maui County offices at the One Main Plaza are closed along with the rest of the offices in the building due to a watermain break on Central Avenue on Tuesday.

County offices at One Main include the Solid Waste Division, Office of Economic Development, Water Resources & Planning Division, Planning Department, IT Services Division, Zoning Administration & Enforcement, Housing & Human Concerns, Wastewater Division and Immigration Services.

Due to a break along a six inch waterline on Central Avenue, a number of Wailuku customers have been without water on Central Avenue, Ilina Street, Kaniela Street as well as parts of Vineyard and Market streets. Other customers have water but will experience low pressure today.

Department of Water Supply Personnel have been on scene repairing the leak since early this morning and as of 10 a.m. it is estimated that it would take up to six hours to repair the break.

Customers in Wailuku are asked to conserve water in the meantime.

In addition, The Second Circuit Court, Hoapili Hale, is closed as of 11:19 a.m. due to a water main break. County of Maui maintenance crews have shut off water to selected buildings in the area while repair work is being done.

Hawaii Supreme Court Chief Justice Mark E. Recktenwald issued an order (attached) extending deadlines on the court matters that are affected. All documents affected by the court closure will be considered timely if filed by the close of business on Wednesday, November 14, 2018. Hearings or trials cancelled due to the closure of the courts shall be rescheduled to the next available date with due regard for any statutory mandates. 

The closure affects Hoapili Hale, Maui Drug Court, and the Driver Education Office. All other court offices and buildings including the Lahaina, Hana, and Molokai District Courts, the Children’s Justice Center, and Adult Client Services (probation) will remain open.  

Hoapili Hale is expected to reopen for business as usual tomorrow, Wednesday, November 14.



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