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MAUI COUNTY

DATA BOOK 2 0 0 0

COUNTY OF MAUI OFFICE OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

HAWAII SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER NETWORK

BUSINESS RESEARCH LIBRARY A Partnership Program between the University of Hawaii at Hilo and the U.S. Small Business Administration

JUNE 2000

This publication is partially supported and some material is based upon work supported by the U.S. Small Business Administration and the University of Hawaii at Hilo under Cooperative Agreement Number 9-7620-0012-10. Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this publication are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the view of the U.S. Small Business Administration or other sponsors.

Copies of this book are available from the Business Research Library, Suite 136, 590 Lipoa Parkway, Kihei, Maui, Hawaii 96753. The price per copy is $10.00 when picked up in person, and $15.00 by first-class mail. This report is also available on personal computer diskettes for $7.50. An online version is available in Adobe Acrobat format (only) at http://www.hawaii-sbdc.org/brlprod.htm. The BRL’s Small BizWeek newsletter is also available at the site. For further information, call (808) 875-2400, or (800) 509-3100 (in-state only). The State of Hawaii Data Book is available on-line through the State of Hawaii Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism. The tables are available on the World Wide Web from http://www.hawaii.gov/dbedt/stats.html.

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Maui County Data Book 2000

ABOUT THIS BOOK

We hope you find the 2000 edition of the Maui County Data Book useful and valuable. This publication provides economic, demographic and other statistical information about the County of Maui available in June 2000. This eighth edition of the Data Book is produced by the Hawai‘i SBDC Network Business Research Library (BRL) under a grant from the County of Maui, administered by the Maui County Office of Economic Development. In addition to the print version, the Data Book is also available on diskette and online via the Internet . A CD-ROM version is anticipated. The Internet version of the Data Book is updated as later statistics become available. In addition to compiling and updating the Data Book, the Business Research Library provides a wide range of business research services to individuals and businesses residing or operating in Hawai‘i or investigating business opportunities in Hawai‘i. The Data Book and its source material are some of the key elements in the BRL collection which includes a wide range of print and electronic resources selected to inform business decision-making. Several other publications complement the Maui County Data Book for individuals needing more data about Hawai‘i. The State of Hawai‘i publishes The State of Hawaii Data Book annually through the Hawaii State Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism. The Hawaii County Department of Research and Development publishes statistical data books annually. The Hawaii State Office of Hawaiian Affairs publishes the Native Hawaiian Data Book . Numerous agencies of the federal, state and county governments, as well as many private organizations in Maui County, in Hawai‘i and on the mainland assisted the BRL in preparing the Maui County Data Book. To them we extend our deepest appreciation for their support and cooperation.

Maui County Data Book 2000

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CONTENTS

ABOUT THIS BOOK ........................................................................................................................ CONTENTS ...................................................................................................................................... GENERAL STATISTICS Introduction ................................................................................................................................. 1.1.1 Map of Maui County and Districts .................................................................................. 1.2.1 Maui County Statistics .................................................................................................... 1.3.1 Map of Maui County Subdivisions and Places ................................................................ 1.3.2 Resident Population by Counties .................................................................................... 1.3.3 Map of Maui County Census Tracts ................................................................................. 1.3.4 De Facto Population, by Counties ................................................................................... 1.3.5 Resident Population by Counties and Districts ................................................................ 1.3.6 Resident Population, Land Area, and Population Density of Divisions and Census Designated Places, Maui County .................................................................................... 1.3.7 Resident Population and Households, Maui County by Districts and Census Tracts ......... 1.3.8 Summary Characteristics of Persons for Maui County and Census Designated Places, by Race and Sex ................................................................................................. 1.3.9 Summary by Age of Person, Maui County Divisions and Census Designated Places ........ 1.3.10 Resident Population by Census Designated Place, Maui County ..................................... 1.3.11 Ethnic Stock, Maui County ............................................................................................. 1.3.12 Components of Change in the Resident Population of Maui County ............................... 1.3.13 Live Births, Maui County by Districts .............................................................................. 1.3.14 Population and Economic Projections, Maui County: 1990 to 2010 ................................ 1.4.1 Personal Income, Total and Per Capita, by Counties ........................................................ 1.4.2 Cost of Living Comparison .............................................................................................. 1.4.3 Consumer Price Index (All Items Combined), by Type of Consumer, for Honolulu: Semi-annually and Annually ........................................................................................... 1.4.4 Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U), by Expenditure Category, Commodity and Service Group, for Honolulu: Annual Averages ..................................... 1.4.5 Estimated Costs of Living by Category, Counties of Hawaii Relative to Washington, DC ............................................................................................................. 1.5.1 Capacities of Hospitals, Care Homes and Agencies, Maui County .................................. 1.5.2 Health Practitioners Licensed in Hawaii by Place of Address .......................................... EDUCATION Introduction ................................................................................................................................. 2.1 Maui District Public and Private Schools by Island and Location ....................................

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2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 16 17 18 18 19 20 21 21 22 24 25 26

28 29

2.2

Schools, Enrollment, and High School Graduates for Public and Private School Systems, Maui County .................................................................................................... Public Schools: Enrollment and Grades, Maui District .................................................... Private Schools: Enrollment and Grades, Maui District ................................................... Library Holdings and Circulation, Hawaii State Library System, Maui Library District ............................................................................................................... Library Holdings and Circulation, Maui Community College .......................................... Degrees and Certificates Earned by Degree and Program at Maui Community College, Fiscal Years Ending June 30 ............................................................................... University of Hawaii Distance Learning Course and Registration Counts, by Island ........ Maui Community College, Number of Students and Faculty ...........................................

34 35 36

GEOGRAPHY & LAND USE Introduction ................................................................................................................................. 3.1.1 Land and Water Area of Counties and Islands ................................................................. 3.1.2 General Coastline and Tidal Shoreline of Hawaii, by County and Island ......................... 3.1.3 Major Named Waterfalls, Maui County .......................................................................... 3.1.4 Elevations of Major Summits .......................................................................................... 3.1.5 Miscellaneous Geographic Statistics, by Islands ............................................................. 3.1.6 Temperature and Precipitation Averages and Extremes, Maui County .............................. 3.1.7 Monthly Rainfall and Temperature at Specified Locations in Maui County ...................... 3.1.8 Annual Rainfall and Temperature at Specified Locations, Maui County ........................... 3.2.1 Trends in Real Property Tax Base, Maui County .............................................................. 3.2.2 Land Use Districts, Maui County .................................................................................... 3.2.3 Estimated Acreage of Land Use Districts, by Islands ....................................................... 3.2.4 Map of Land Ownership, Maui County ........................................................................... 3.2.5 Land Ownership in the State of Hawaii .......................................................................... 3.2.6 Land in Hawaii Owned by Selected Large Landowners .................................................. 3.2.7 Department of Hawaiian Home Lands Acreage, Lessees, and Applicants, by Islands ...... 3.2.8 Single Family Home and Condominium Sales by Area, Maui County ............................. 3.2.9 Forest Acreage, Maui County ..........................................................................................

38 39 40 41 42 44 45 46 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 54 55 56

2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 2.9

GOVERNMENT Introduction ................................................................................................................................. 4.1 Maps of Election Districts ............................................................................................... 4.2 Registered Voters in General Elections, by Judicial District, Maui County ....................... 4.3 Votes Cast in General Elections by Judicial District, Maui County .................................. 4.4 Maui County General Election Results, November 3, 1998 ............................................ 4.5 Maui County General Election Results, Office of Hawaiian Affairs Trustees and Amendments, November 3, 1998 ................................................................................... 4.6 County Statement of Revenues and Expenditures, All Governmental Fund Types and Expendable Trust Funds, Maui County ...................................................................... 4.7 State Tax Collections, Maui County Fiscal Years Ending June 30 ...................................... 4.8 Estimated Real Property Tax Revenue, Maui County ....................................................... 4.9 Real Property Tax Rates, Maui County ............................................................................

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30 31 32 33 33

58 59 63 63 64 65 66 67 68 69

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4.10 4.11

State and Local Tax and Fee Burden, Taxes and Fees Related to Population and Personal Income, by State ............................................................................................... Public Bonded Debt of State and Maui County Governments .........................................

AGRICULTURE & AQUACULTURE Introduction ................................................................................................................................. 5.1.1 Map of Agricultural Areas, Maui County ......................................................................... 5.1.2 Tenure and Characteristics of Farm Operators and Types of Farm Organization, Maui County .................................................................................................................. 5.1.3 Farms and Land in Farms, Maui County .......................................................................... 5.1.4 Number of Farms, Farm Acreage, and Farm Employment, Maui County .......................... 5.1.5 Market Value of Agricultural Products Sold, Hawaii and Maui County ............................ 5.1.6 Value of Crop and Livestock Sales, Hawaii and Maui County ......................................... 5.1.7 Acreage in Crop and Number of Crop Farms, Maui County ............................................ 5.1.8 Value of Crop Sales and Volume of Crop Marketings, Maui County ................................ 5.1.9 Pineapple: Number of Farms, Acreage in Crop, Volume of Crop Marketings, Value of Crop Sales, Maui County .................................................................................. 5.1.10 Sugarcane: Number of Farms, Acreage Yield, Production, Price and Value, Maui Island .................................................................................................................... 5.1.11 Sugar Companies, Acreage and Production, Maui County .............................................. 5.1.12 Livestock: Number of Operations, Volume of Marketings, and Value of Sales, Maui County .................................................................................................................. 5.1.13 Vegetables, Melons and Taro, Acreage, Production and Value, Maui County ................... 5.1.14 5.1.15 5.2.1 5.2.2 5.2.3 5.2.4 5.3.1

Floriculture and Nursery Products, Maui County ............................................................ Floriculture and Nursery Products by Commodity, Maui County ..................................... Aquaculture Operations and Production, Maui County ................................................... Aquaculture Production Value, Maui County .................................................................. Commercial Fish Landings, Maui County: 1982 to 1996 ................................................. Sea Species Commonly Caught near Fish Aggregating Devices, Maui County ................ Agricultural Landholdings of Foreign Owners, Maui County ...........................................

COMMUNICATION & TRANSPORTATION Introduction ................................................................................................................................. 6.1.1 Average Paid Circulation of the Maui News .................................................................... 6.1.2 Average Distribution of Other Newspapers, Maui County .............................................. 6.1.3 Cable Television Companies, Subscribers and Revenues, by Counties ............................. 6.1.4 Radio and Television Broadcasting Stations in Operation, Maui County .......................... 6.2.1 Liquid Fuel Tax Base, Maui County ................................................................................. 6.2.2 Gasoline Average Prices per Gallon, for All U.S. Cities and Oahu, Annual Averages ...... 6.2.3 Highway Distances, Island of Maui ................................................................................ 6.2.4 Hawaii Drivers Licenses in Force and Vehicle Registration, by Type of Vehicle, Maui County .................................................................................................................. 6.2.5 Motor Vehicle Fuel Consumption and Vehicle Miles ....................................................... 6.2.6 Automotive Rental and Leasing Without Drivers, State of Hawaii and Maui County ..................................................................................................................

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70 72

74 75 76 78 79 79 80 80 81 81 82 82 83 84 86 86 87 87 88 89 90

92 93 93 94 94 95 95 96 96 97 98

6.2.7 6.2.8 6.2.9 6.2.10 6.2.11 6.2.12 6.2.13 6.2.14

Aircraft Operations by Type of Aircraft, Major State-Owned Airports .............................. Aircraft Operations by Type of Aircraft, Kahului and Molokai Airports ............................ Passengers, Cargo and Mail, Overseas and Interisland, Maui County Airports ................. State Commercial Harbors, Maui County ....................................................................... Small Craft Mooring Facilities, Maui County .................................................................. Kahului Harbor Freight Traffic by Commodity ................................................................. Vessel Arrivals for Kahului Harbor .................................................................................. Freight Traffic for Kahului Harbor ....................................................................................

99 99 100 101 101 102 104 104

ENERGY & SCIENCE Introduction ................................................................................................................................. 7.1.1 Electric Company Residential Customers, Maui County by Districts ............................... 7.1.2 Electric Utilities, Maui County ....................................................................................... 7.1.3 Energy Generated, Purchased, Sold and Used by Sugar Plantations, Maui County .......... 7.1.4 Gas Utilities, Maui County ............................................................................................. 7.1.5 Hawaii State Energy Data Report, Consumption of Energy by End-Use Sector ................ 7.1.6 Water Services and Consumption, Maui County ............................................................. 7.2.1 Telescopes at the Summits of Mauna Kea and Haleakala ................................................

106 107 108 110 111 112 113 114

CONSTRUCTION & HOUSING Introduction ................................................................................................................................. 8.1.1 Number and Value of Building Permits, Maui County ..................................................... 8.1.2 Building Permits by Type, Maui County .......................................................................... 8.1.3 Building Permits Issued by District, Maui County ........................................................... 8.1.4 Private Residential Construction Authorizations, Maui County ........................................ 8.1.5 Building Permits and Construction Put in Place, Maui County ........................................ 8.1.6 Private Authorizations for New Commercial and Industrial Construction, Maui County .................................................................................................................. 8.1.7 Private Residential Construction and Demolition Authorized by Permits, Maui County ..................................................................................................... 8.1.8 Hotel Construction Authorizations, Maui County ............................................................ 8.1.9 Summary of Private Construction Authorizations, Maui County ...................................... 8.1.10 Construction Establishments by Type and Location, Maui County ................................... 8.2.1 Components of Change in the Housing Inventory, by Control, Maui County ................... 8.2.2 Estimated Value of Land Transactions, by Counties .......................................................... 8.2.3 Resident and Non-Resident Housing Units, Maui County ............................................... 8.2.4 Tenure and Control of Housing, Maui County ................................................................. 8.2.5 Housing Units Owned by Government Agencies, Maui and Kalawao Counties .............. 8.2.6 Selected Housing Characteristics, Maui County .............................................................. 8.2.7 Housing Unit Characteristics of Divisions and Census Designated Places (CDP), Maui County .................................................................................................................. 8.2.8 Housing Vacancy Characteristics of Divisions and Census Designated Places (CDP), Maui County ....................................................................................................... 8.2.9 Owner-Occupied Housing Unit Characteristics of Divisions and Census Designated Places (CDP), Maui County ............................................................................................

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8.2.10 Owner-occupied Housing Unit Values in Divisions and Census Designated Places (CDP), Maui County ....................................................................................................... 132 8.2.11 Renter-occupied Housing Unit Characteristics in Divisions and Census Designated Places (CDP), Maui County ............................................................................................ 133 8.2.12 Contract Rent of Renter-Occupied Housing Units in Divisions and Census Designated Places (CDP), Maui County .......................................................................... 134 FINANCE & LABOR Introduction ................................................................................................................................. 9.1.1 Number of Financial Institutions by Type, Maui County .................................................. 9.1.2 Deposits in Offices of FDIC-Insured Institutions, Maui County ....................................... 9.1.3 Federal Credit Unions by Asset Size, Membership and Loans, Maui County ................... 9.1.4 Federal Credit Union Characteristics, Maui County ........................................................ 9.2.1 Civilian Labor Force Summary, State of Hawaii and Counties ......................................... 9.2.2 Employment Status of the Civilian Labor Force by Island, Maui County .......................... 9.2.3 Labor Force by Race and Sex, Maui County .................................................................... 9.2.4 Annual Average Jobcount by Industry and Island, Maui County ...................................... 9.2.5 Average Pay Rates for Selected Job Classifications in Private Industry, Maui County ........ VISITOR INDUSTRY & RECREATION Introduction ................................................................................................................................. 10.1.1 Average Daily Visitor Census, by Counties ...................................................................... 10.1.2 Visitor Arrivals, Maui County .......................................................................................... 10.1.3 Length of Stay and Average Daily Census Eastbound, Westbound and Total, by Island, Maui County .................................................................................................. 10.1.4 Westbound Mainland Visitors to Maui County ................................................................ 10.1.5 Visitors to Maui County by Month .................................................................................. 10.1.6 Nation of Residence of Visitors to Maui County .............................................................. 10.2.1 PKF-Hawaii Occupancy and Room Rates, Food and Beverage Sales, Islands of Maui and Molokai .......................................................................................................... 10.2.2 PKF-Hawaii Trends in the Hotel Industry, Maui County ................................................... 10.2.3 PKF-Hawaii Quality and Size Report, Maui County ........................................................ 10.2.4 PricewaterhouseCoopers Hospitality Report, Maui Island ............................................... 10.2.5 Visitor Plant Inventory by Island and Price, Maui County ............................................... 10.2.6 Visitor Plant Inventory by Island and Type, Maui County ................................................ 10.2.7 Summary of Visitor Plant Inventory by Area and Type, Maui County ............................... 10.2.8 Visitor Plant Inventory, Maui County .............................................................................. 10.2.9 Largest Hotels by Number of Sleeping Rooms, Maui County .......................................... 10.3.1 Expenditures Per Day by Visitors from the Mainland and Japan, by Expenditure Type, State of Hawaii ............................................................................................................... 10.3.2 Economic Activity Generated by Visitor-related Expenditures, State of Hawaii ................ 10.3.3 Visitor Expenditures by Island ......................................................................................... 10.4.1 Summary Characteristics of Westbound and Eastbound Visitors to Maui County ............. 10.5.1 Attendance at Museums and Other Cultural Attractions, Maui County ...........................

136 137 137 138 138 139 140 142 143 144

146 147 148 149 150 152 153 154 155 155 156 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 162 163 164

10.5.2 National and State Historic Sites, Maui County .............................................................. 165

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10.5.3 National, State and County Parks, Maui County.............................................................. 165 10.6.1 Seating Capacities of Selected Facilities, Maui County ................................................... 166 DOMESTIC TRADE Introduction ................................................................................................................................. 11.1.1 Manufacturing Kahului and Maui County ....................................................................... 11.1.2 Map of Industrial Parks, Island of Maui ........................................................................... 11.2.1 General Excise Tax Base, Maui County ........................................................................... 11.2.2 Retail Establishments by Type and Location .................................................................... 11.2.3 Characteristics of Major Shopping Centers, Maui County ............................................... 11.2.4 Retail Establishments with Payroll, Maui County ............................................................ 11.2.5 Summary of Retail Trade by Business Group, Maui County ............................................. 11.2.6 Merchandise Line Sales of Retail Establishments with Payroll, for the State, Oahu and the Rest of the State ................................................................................................. 11.2.7 Commercial Lease Rents, Maui Island ............................................................................ 11.3.1 Characteristics of Business Establishments by Sector, Maui County ................................. 11.3.2 Largest Private Corporations, Maui County ..................................................................... 11.3.3 Characteristics of Business Establishments, Maui County ................................................ 11.3.4 Number of Business Establishments, State of Hawaii and Maui County .......................... 11.3.5 Service Establishments with Payroll and Subject to Federal Income Tax, for Places with 2,500 Inhabitants or More, Maui County ................................................................ 11.3.6 Service Establishments by Type and Location ..................................................................

168 169 170 171 172 174 174 175 176 177 178 180 180 181 182 184

SELECTED SUBJECT DEFINITIONS ................................................................................................. 186 INDEX ...................................................................................................................................... 187

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General Statistics

Section 1

GENERAL STATISTICS

This section covers the statistics on population, population distribution, income, cost of living and other general aspects of Maui County. The totals for population have been broken down by factors such as residence, population, de facto population (the number of people actually in the county), district, density, age, race and sex. Population statistics are based on the April 1, 1990 census figures modified by provisional estimates supplied by the Federal-State Cooperative Program for Population Estimates. Several of the tables address the cost of living and personal income which have been shown to be of great interest of users of this book. The primary measuring tool for cost of living increases is the consumer price index for urban dwellers (CPI-U). The Honolulu consumer price index has been compiled by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics since December 1963. This index measures the average change in prices of goods and services purchased by urban households. Prices are expressed as a percent of the average levels reported in 1982–1984, the base date. Statistics for Maui County are not available, therefore the index for the City and County of Honolulu is provided. The sources for this data are the U.S. Bureau of the Census, estimates developed by the Hawaii State Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism, U.S. Department of Commerce, Hawaii State Department of Health, and the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics CPI Reports.

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1.1.1

MAUI COUNTY AND DISTRICTS

K A L A W A O *

L

O

K

A

I

KAUNAKAKAI

*Kalawao is officially designated as a separate county but is usually treated as a district of Maui for statistical purposes.

MOLOKAI

A

N

A

U WAILUKU K U

W A

A

M

A

K

I

LANAI CITY

A

N

LANAI

L

I

L

I W A

H L A

MAUI

O

O

A

M

H A N A

KAHOOLAWE M A K AWAO (part)

N

ISLAND J U D I C I A L

12

0

D I S T R I C T

MILES

TOWN

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism, 1991.

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MAUI COUNTY STATISTICS

General Statistics Maui County Data Book 2000

Unit

Period

Resident Population1p

Number

July 1

Civilian Labor Forcer Employmentr Unemploymentr Unemployment rater Total Job Count2r

Number Number Number Percent Number

Mo. Avg. Mo. Avg. Mo. Avg. Mo. Avg. Mo. Avg.

Gross Business Receipts State Tax Collections5

Mil. $ Thous. $

Estimated Westbound Visitors Estimated Eastbound Visitors Hotel Inventory Hotel Occupancy Construction Put in Place Private Permits Residential Permits Non-Residential Permits Public Contracts Awarded Real Estate Resales Single Family Average Price Condominum Average Price Sugar Production, Raw Sugar 96' Pineapple Sales, Fresh Equivalent Diversified Crops/Livestock Diversified Crops Livestock

1994

1995

1996

1997

1998

1999 121,997

%Change Annual 98/99

%Change Annual 97/98

1.1

1.3

2.3 3.5 -13.7 -1.1* 2.9

1.2 1.9 -8.7 -0.7* 2.3

62.7 10.5

6.2 9.8

112,711 r

115,305 r

117,570 r

119,129 r

120,691 r

65,800 61,300 4,500 6.8 54,350

65,800 61,000 4,800 7.3 53,950

68,050 63,050 4,950 7.3 54,250

69,250 r 64,050 5,200 7.5 55,450 r

70,050 r 65,250 r 4,750 r 6.8 56,700 r

Total Total

2,881.0 173,014

2,804.0 167,476

2,525.5 3 194,659 3

1,984.0 3 193,662 3

2,107.9 3 212,588 3

3,429.5 234,878

Thous. Thous. Number Percent

Total Total Feb. Mo. Avg.

1,900.3 454.3 18,804 73.2

1,855.7 489.9 NA 73.5

1,830.1 494.9 17,824 73.4

1,879.3 471.0 18,552 71.6

1,944.2 r 416.2 r 18,650 72.8

1,999.5p 325.0p NA 77.3

2.8 -21.9 NA 4.5*

3.5 -11.6 0.5 -1.8*

Thous. $ Thous. $ Thous. $ Thous. $ Thous. $

Total Total Total Total Total

207,770 194,752 123,620 71,132 101,051

187,172 215,073 81,231 133,842 40,153

180,021 155,955 94,922 61,033 82,095

NA 152,773 86,855 28,437 NA

NA 163,638 91,291 37,668 NA

NA 229,162 123,633 60,488 NA

NA 40.0 35.4 60.6 NA

NA 7.1 5.1 32.5 NA

Number Dollars Number Dollars

Total Avg. Total Avg.

372 358,073 542 245,087

309 354,902 472 236,486

445 367,247 572 243,362

505 352,772 809 211,609

638 r 372,084 r 996 r 230,184 r

937p 356,591p 1,321p 227,313p

46.9 -4.2 32.6 -1.2

26.3 5.5 23.1 8.8

Thous. Ton Thous. $ Thous. $ Thous. $ Thous. $

Total Total Total Total Total

241 25,150 43,539 32,797 10,742

229 24,775 40,482 29,889 10,593

232 27,144 42,243 32,100 10,143

224 28,295 45,413 34,258 11,155

237 NA NA NA NA

71,650p 67,550p 4,100p 5.7p 58,350

NA NA NA NA NA

1. Preliminary estimates by the U.S. Bureau of the Census. 2. Refers to number of jobs rather than number of persons employed. Persons with more than one job are counted more than once. 3. 1996-1997 figures are not comparable to other years due to low allocation to counties of electronically filed tax data. 4. Totals do not include real property taxes. NA: Not available

*: Incremental change

p: Preliminary

r: Revised

SOURCE: County of Maui, Maui County Data Book 2000, after First Hawaiian Bank, Supplement to Economic Indicators, September/October 1997.

NA NA NA NA NA

5.8 NA NA NA NA

1.3.1

MAUI COUNTY SUBDIVISIONS AND PLACES

KALAWAO CO. MOLOKAI

KALAWAO WEST MOLOKAI

Kualapuu

MAUI (part)

Maunaloa Kaunakakai

EAST MOLOKAI

LANAI

MAUI (part) Lanai City

LANAI

MAUI

Paia

LAHAINA

Waikapu

HaikuPauwela

UI

Kahului

EN

E

Haliimaile

UN

Makawao

PU

KAH

UL

UK U

IA -PA

Waihee Waiehu Wailuku

O WA KA

Lahaina

HAIKUPAUWELA

MA

Kaanapali

SPRECKELSVILLE

WA IL

Kapalua NapiliHonokowai

WA WA IHEEIKA PU

Maalaea

KIHEI

Pukalani Kihei

Hana

MAUI (part)

HANA

WaileaMakena

KAHOOLAWE

KULA (part)

COUNTY

KULA (part)

ISLAND CENSUS DIVISION Census Designated Place 0

10

20

30 Miles

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1991.

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RESIDENT POPULATION BY COUNTIES Estimates based on place of usual residence; includes armed forces stationed or homeported in Hawaii and residents temporarily absent, excludes visitors present

Date

Maui County1

Hawaii County

Kauai County

City & County of Honolulu

State Total

July 1, 1980 July 1, 1981 July 1, 1982 July 1, 1983 July 1, 1984

71,600 74,000 77,100 80,100 83,000

92,900 96,100 98,800 100,800 103,500

39,400 40,500 41,800 42,800 43,600

764,600 767,600 776,100 789,100 797,800

968,500 978,200 993,800 1,012,700 1,027,900

July 1, 1985 July 1, 1986 July 1, 1987 July 1, 1988 July 1, 1989

85,100 87,400 90,500 93,800 96,800

105,900 108,400 111,700 113,400 116,600

44,400 45,600 47,200 48,500 49,800

804,300 810,400 818,400 824,100 831,300

1,039,700 1,051,800 1,067,900 1,079,800 1,094,600

July 1, 1990 (revised) July 1, 1991 (revised) July 1, 1992 (revised) July 1, 1993 (revised) July 1, 1994 (revised)

101,588 105,013 107,543 110,424 112,711

121,458 126,684 130,524 133,428 135,547

51,625 53,121 53,975 54,789 55,686

838,032 846,594 857,884 862,867 869,959

1,112,703 1,131,412 1,149,926 1,161,508 1,173,903

July 1, 1995 (revised) July 1, 1996 (revised) July 1, 1997 (revised) July 1, 1998 (revised) July 1, 1999

115,305 117,570 119,129 120,691 121,997

137,761 138,792 140,824 141,805 142,390

56,055 56,463 56,254 56,208 56,539

871,369 871,609 873,115 871,768 864,571

1,180,490 1,184,434 1,189,322 1,190,472 1,185,497

1

Including Kalawao County (Kalaupapa Settlement).

SOURCE: Population Estimates Program, Population Division, U.S. Bureau of the Census, “County Population Estimates and Demographic Components of Population Change: Annual Time Series, July 1, 1990 to July 1, 1999 (includes revised April 1, 1990 Population Estimates Base),” CO-99-8.

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MAUI COUNTY CENSUS TRACTS

KAHULUI AND WAILUKU

ISLAND OF MAUI

309

KAHULUI/WAILUKU (see inset)

315 308

305 306

314 307

30 4 304 .01 .02

310

311.02 312 311.03

311.01

313

302 0 1 2 3 4 5 MILES

301 303.01

303.02 0

2

4

6

8

10 MILES

NOTE: Census Tract 303.02 includes the Islands of Kahoolawe and Molokini (not shown).

ISLAND OF LANAI

ISLAND OF MOLOKAI 319

316

318 317

0

2

4

6

8

10 MILES

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism, 1991.

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DE FACTO POPULATION, BY COUNTIES Includes all persons physically present in area, regardless of military status or usual place of residence. Includes visitors present but excludes residents temporarily absent. Both calculated as averages for 12-month periods centered on estimate date. 1990 - 1997 figures revised

Date

Maui County1

Hawaii County

Kauai County

City & County of Honolulu

State Total

July 1, 1980 July 1, 1981 July 1, 1982 July 1, 1983 July 1, 1984

86,400 89,000 94,200 104,000 114,400

99,300 101,700 104,300 108,500 109,600

46,400 47,300 48,400 50,500 54,100

823,400 824,700 837,600 846,300 852,300

1,055,400 1,062,600 1,084,600 1,109,200 1,130,500

July 1, 1985 July 1, 1986 July 1, 1987 July 1, 1988 July 1, 1989

115,400 120,100 123,100 125,700 139,200

112,500 116,600 120,400 122,200 132,300

55,200 59,700 62,100 64,200 68,100

854,800 871,000 881,000 888,200 905,900

1,137,800 1,167,500 1,186,500 1,200,400 1,245,600

July 1, 1990 July 1, 1991 July 1, 1992 July 1, 1993 July 1, 1994

139,400 143,700 146,300 148,100 151,000

136,500 144,100 146,400 147,600 149,800

69,000 71,400 65,700 60,800 66,700

912,000 913,900 909,300 907,000 917,600

1,256,900 1,273,100 1,267,700 1,263,500 1,285,100

July 1, 1995 July 1, 1996 July 1, 1997 July 1, 1998

153,400 155,200 158,900 162,300

151,300 152,800 159,100 163,100

68,000 69,600 71,000 72,400

918,800 919,600 925,500 923,400

1,291,600 1,297,200 1,314,400 1,321,100

1

Including Kalawao County (Kalaupapa Settlement). The 1998 defacto population of Kalawao was 74.

SOURCE: Federal-State Cooperative Program for Population Estimates; Hawaii Visitors & Convention Bureau, Basic Data Survey; calculations by the Hawaii State Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism.

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RESIDENT POPULATION BY COUNTIES AND DISTRICTS

County and District

Percent Change 1980 to 1990 1990 to 1995

April 1, 1990

July 1, 1995

964,691

1,108,229

1,179,198

14.9

6.4

70,991 1,423 19,005 32,111 10,284 2,119

100,504 1,895 29,207 45,685 14,574 2,426

115,163 2,027 33,854 53,316 16,137 2,989

41.6 33.2 53.7 42.3 41.7 14.5

14.6 7.0 15.9 16.7 10.7 23.2

5,905 144

6,587 130

6,745 93

11.5 -9.7

2.4 -28.5

City & Co. of Honolulu Honolulu Koolaupoko Koolauloa Waialua Wahiawa

762,565 365,048 109,373 14,195 9,849 41,562

836,231 377,059 117,694 18,443 11,549 43,886

870,761 369,485 121,990 19,152 11,572 48,905

9.7 3.3 7.6 29.9 17.3 5.6

4.1 -2.0 3.7 3.8 0.2 11.4

Waianae Ewa

31,487 191,051

37,411 230,189

37,966 261,691

18.8 20.5

1.5 13.7

Hawaii County Puna South Hilo North Hilo Hamakua North Kohala

92,053 11,751 42,278 1,679 5,128 3,249

120,317 20,781 44,639 1,541 5,545 4,291

137,291 27,585 45,790 1,561 5,757 4,826

30.7 76.8 5.6 -8.2 8.1 32.1

14.1 32.7 2.6 1.3 3.8 12.5

South Kohala North Kona South Kona Ka’u

4,607 13,748 5,914 3,699

9,140 22,284 7,658 4,438

12,098 25,447 8,619 5,607

98.4 62.1 29.5 20.0

32.4 14.2 12.5 26.3

Kauai County Hanalei Kawaihau Lihue Koloa Waimea

39,082 2,668 10,497 8,590 8,734 8,593

51,177 4,631 15,627 10,663 11,368 8,888

55,983 5,404 17,537 11,237 12,586 9,220

30.9 73.6 48.9 24.1 30.2 3.4

9.4 16.7 12.2 5.4 10.7 3.7

State Total Maui County Hana Makawao Wailuku Lahaina Lanai

1

Molokai Kalawao

April 1, 1980

NOTE: Based on revised 1995 population estimates. 1 Including Kalawao County. SOURCE: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1990 Census of Population and Housing, Population and Housing Unit Counts, Hawaii, 1990 CPH-2-13 (March 1993), table 8; 1995 county estimates from the Federal-State Cooperative Program for Population Estimates; 1995 district estimates by Hawaii State Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism, Research and Economic Analysis Division.

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RESIDENT POPULATION, LAND AREA, AND POPULATION DENSITY OF DIVISIONS AND CENSUS DESIGNATED PLACES, MAUI COUNTY District and Place Maui County Total East Molokai division Kaunakakai CDP Haiku-Pauwela division Haiku-Pauwela CDP Hana division Hana CDP Kahului division Kahului CDP (part) Kihei division Kihei CDP Maalaea CDP Wailea-Makena CDP (part) Kula division Wailea-Makena CDP (part) Lahaina division Kaanapali CDP Kapalua CDP Lahaina CDP Napili-Honokowai CDP Lanai division Lanai City CDP Makawao-Paia division Haliimaile CDP Makawao CDP Paia CDP Pukalani CDP Puunene division Kahului CDP (part) Spreckelsville division Kahului CDP (part) Waihee-Waikapu division Waihee-Waiehu CDP (part) Waikapu CDP Wailuku CDP (part) Wailuku division Waihee-Waiehu CDP (part) Wailuku CDP (part) West Molokai division Kualapuu CDP Maunaloa CDP

All Persons 100,374 4,419 2,658 5,695 4,509 1,895 683 16,672 16,672 12,878 11,107 443 1,322 8,021 2,477 14,574 579 408 9,073 4,332 2,426 2,400 15,491 841 5,405 2,091 5,879 217 217 213 – 2,273 892 729 368 13,432 3,112 10,320 2,168 1,661 405

Land Area (sq. miles)

Persons Per Square Mile

1,159.3 119.4 2.0 59.9 15.8 180.4 2.2 5.8 5.8 38.8 10.2 4.8 0.5 263.5 22.1 95.9 4.9 1.7 5.8 5.9 140.5 3.6 43.3 1.7 4.7 6.1 4.4 4.6 4.6 19.8 4.8 54.6 3.4 11.0 0.7 5.3 0.9 4.4 127.4 30.5 0.2

86.6 37.0 1,329.0 95.1 285.4 10.5 310.5 2,874.5 2,874.5 331.9 1,088.9 92.3 2,644.0 30.4 112.1 152.0 118.2 240.0 1,564.3 734.2 17.3 666.7 357.8 494.7 1,150.0 342.8 1,336.1 47.2 47.2 10.8 – 41.6 262.4 66.3 525.7 2,534.3 3,457.8 2,345.5 17.0 54.5 2,025.0

NOTE: “CDP” means Census Designated Place, a “densely settled concentration of population that is identifiable by name.” The boundaries of a CDP can differ from the boundaries of a division or a census tract. SOURCE: U.S. Bureau of the Census, 1990 Census of Population and Housing: Summary Population and Housing Characteristics: Hawaii, 1990 CPH-1-13 (August 1991), table 15.

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RESIDENT POPULATION AND HOUSEHOLDS, MAUI COUNTY BY DISTRICTS AND CENSUS TRACTS

District and Census Tract

Population

Households

100,374

33,145

1,895 1,895

589 589

Makawao 302 303.01 303.02 304.01 304.02 305

29,207 5,695 5,525 2,496 7,271 6,127 2,093

9,798 1,916 1,960 1,029 2,290 1,929 674

Wailuku 306 307 307.991 308 309 310 311.01 311.02 311.03 312 313

45,685 213 12,869 9 2,273 8,372 5,060 4,516 4,332 4,438 3,386 217

15,017 85 4,902 – 655 2,509 1,849 1,297 1,475 1,099 1,099 47

Lahaina 314 315

14,574 9,189 5,385

4,868 2,683 2,185

Lanai 316

2,426 2,426

847 847

Molokai 317 318

6,587 4,419 2,168

2,026 1,407 619

Kalawao 319

130 130

62 62

Maui County Total Hana 301

1

Persons living aboard vessels.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1990 Census of Population and Housing, Summary Tape File 1A, tabulated by the Hawaii State Data Center, Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism.

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SUMMARY CHARACTERISTICS OF PERSONS FOR MAUI COUNTY AND CENSUS DESIGNATED PLACES, BY RACE AND SEX

SEX

RACE

White

Amer. Indian, Eskimo, or Aleutian

Black

Asian or Pacific Islander

Other Race

Hispanic Origin (of any race)

General Statistics Maui County Data Book 2000

All Persons

Male

Female

Haiku-Pauwela division Haiku-Pauwela CDP

5,695 4,509

2,923 2,313

2,772 2,196

3,446 2,634

38 28

76 71

1,976 1,664

159 112

619 536

Hana division Hana CDP

1,895 683

998 354

897 329

737 163

7 –

15 1

1,124 515

12 4

174 63

Kahului division Kahului CDP (part)

16,672 16,672

8,259 8,259

8,413 8,413

2,595 2,595

77 77

41 41

13,679 13,769

280 280

1,455 1,455

Kihei division Kihei CDP Maalaea CDP Wailea-Makena CDP (part)

12,878 11,107 443 1,322

6,679 5,750 233 692

6,199 5,357 210 630

8,290 6,853 386 1,046

104 87 11 6

107 99 3 5

4,157 3,869 40 247

220 199 3 18

922 862 8 52

Kula division Wailea-Makena CDP (part)

8,021 2,477

4,047 1,267

3,974 1,210

5,599 2,006

24 14

37 13

2,298 422

63 22

451 94

Lahaina division Kaanapali CDP Kapalua CDP Lahaina CDP Napili-Honokowai CDP

14,574 579 408 9,073 4,332

7,729 294 284 4,739 2,309

6,845 285 124 4,334 2,023

6,514 495 343 2,863 2,733

78 1 – 39 37

49 1 – 22 26

7,683 78 59 6,002 1,445

250 4 6 147 91

946 26 9 595 309

Makawao-Paia division Haliimaile CDP Makawao CDP Paia CDP Pukalani CDP

15,491 841 5,405 2,091 5,879

7,860 407 2,695 1,090 2,977

7,631 434 2,710 1,001 2,902

7,285 189 2,927 724 2,455

68 1 27 12 22

85 8 28 15 26

7,681 620 2,250 1,275 3,272

372 23 173 65 104

1,572 111 628 276 501

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1.3.8 CONTINUED

SEX

All Persons

Male

RACE

Female

White

Amer. Indian, Eskimo, or Aleutian

Black

Asian or Pacific Islander

Other Race

Hispanic Origin (of any race)

General Statistics

Puunene division Kahului CDP (part)

217 217

132 132

85 85

63 63

2 2

1 1

130 130

21 21

36 36

Spreckelsville division Kahului CDP (part)

213 –

108 –

105 –

187 –

– –

– –

26 –

– –

6 –

Waihee-Waikapu division Waihee-Waiehu CDP (part) Waikapu CDP Wailuku CDP (part)

2,273 892 729 368

1,163 454 366 187

1,110 438 363 181

629 216 182 117

10 1 6 –

4 2 2 –

1,587 657 524 248

43 16 15 3

151 52 55 21

Wailuku division Waihee-Waiehu CDP (part) Wailuku CDP (part)

13,432 3,112 10,320

6,718 1,555 5,163

6,714 1,557 5,157

3,004 635 2,369

60 13 47

59 15 44

10,085 2,391 7,694

224 58 166

932 266 666

East Molokai division Kaunakakai CDP

4,419 2,658

2,216 1,323

2,203 1,335

753 337

15 6

37 9

3,584 2,292

30 14

228 134

West Molokai division Kualapuu CDP Maunaloa CDP

2,168 1,661 405

1,113 846 216

1,055 815 189

398 249 71

9 5 4

6 1 5

1,734 1,399 314

21 7 11

80 32 43

130

80

50

30





100



11

Lanai division Lanai City CDP

2,426 2,400

1,256 1,243

1,170 1,157

266 256

2 1

4 4

2,141 2,126

13 13

211 211

Maui County Total

100,374

51,201 49,173

39,766

494

521

57,885

1,708

7,781

Kalawao division

NOTE: See appendix for selected subject definitions.

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SOURCE: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1990 Census of Population and Housing: Summary Population and Housing Characteristics: Hawaii, 1990, CPH-1-13, table 3.

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SUMMARY BY AGE OF PERSON, MAUI COUNTY DIVISIONS AND CENSUS DESIGNATED PLACES

General Statistics

All Persons

Under 5 yrs

16 yrs and over

18 yrs and over

18 to 20 yrs

21 to 24 yrs

Haiku-Pauwela division Haiku-Pauwela CDP

5,695 4,509

490 346

4,111 3,302

3,968 3,174

184 159

223 187

Hana division Hana CDP

1,895 683

207 76

1,328 474

1,254 440

77 46

16,672 16,672

1,254 1,254

12,805 12,805

12,332 12,332

Kihei division 12,878 Kihei CDP 11,107 Maalaea CDP 443 Wailea-Makena CDP (part) 1,322

901 808 11 82

10,197 8,716 412 1,063

Kula division 8,021 Wailea-Makena CDP (part) 2,477

584 133

Kahului division Kahului CDP (part)

25 to 44 yrs

65 yrs and over

75 yrs and over

85 yrs and Median over Age

45 to 54 yrs

55 to 59 yrs

60 to 64 yrs

2,324 1,812

512 415

166 137

168 133

391 331

146 135

29 28

32.7 32.8

79 42

616 188

169 54

71 28

67 33

175 49

66 13

13 3

31.1 26.3

688 688

957 957

4,844 4,844

1,668 1,668

737 737

851 851

2,587 2,587

1,032 1,032

272 272

34.0 34.0

9,950 8,490 408 1,046

429 397 7 25

733 664 12 57

5,440 4,718 184 536

1,375 1,161 70 144

462 383 31 48

478 358 35 84

1,033 809 69 152

288 225 22 41

46 41 2 3

33.5 32.7 43.3 37.2

6,205 2,052

6,046 2,016

179 54

238 82

3,101 995

922 335

318 116

317 135

971 299

346 72

96 9

37.0 39.0

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Lahaina division Kaanapali CDP Kapalua CDP Lahaina CDP Napili-Honokowai CDP

14,574 579 408 9,073 4,332

1,040 28 13 655 324

11,715 506 338 7,144 3,587

11,329 500 274 6,888 3,532

553 8 36 376 127

969 15 30 615 298

5,844 193 105 3,293 2,178

1,364 74 35 877 364

541 42 17 327 145

620 46 14 416 138

1,438 122 37 984 282

517 37 7 374 94

82 5 2 62 11

32.8 44.5 25.8 32.3 32.8

Makawao-Paia division Haliimaile CDP Makawao CDP Paia CDP Pukalani CDP

15,491 841 5,405 2,091 5,879

1,316 58 536 159 483

11,264 638 3,787 1,608 4,237

10,784 620 3,636 1,544 4,064

614 37 184 96 210

673 45 212 120 242

5,801 268 2,240 749 2,083

1,500 63 468 205 604

503 42 119 67 230

465 41 104 62 224

1,228 124 309 245 471

463 49 110 113 161

101 6 28 27 37

31.6 33.5 30.4 31.8 32.4

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General Statistics

16 yrs and over

18 yrs and over

11 11

175 175

172 172

11 11

18 18

63 63

12 12

9 9

10 10

49 49

19 19

4 4

35.9 35.9

213 –

14 –

171 –

168 –

6 –

7 –

70 –

37 –

10 –

13 –

25 –

10 –

3 –

41.7 –

Waihee-Waikapu division 2,273 Waihee-Waiehu CDP (part) 892 Waikapu CDP 729 Wailuku CDP (part) 368

176 58 43 47

1,633 669 546 229

1,570 643 526 223

84 29 34 7

71 24 31 8

740 278 203 169

231 82 94 25

86 43 28 6

96 54 33 1

262 133 103 7

88 45 36 2

23 12 11 –

34.0 35.6 35.2 31.8

Wailuku division 13,432 Waihee-Waiehu CDP (part) 3,112 Wailuku CDP (part) 10,320

987 322 665

10,261 2,097 8,164

9,912 1,991 7,921

466 119 347

603 138 465

4,449 1,116 3,333

1,262 272 990

510 84 426

675 87 588

1,947 175 1,772

830 56 774

218 8 210

34.4 28.8 36.3

East Molokai division Kaunakakai CDP

4,419 2,658

476 281

2,983 1,795

2,856 1,715

146 81

168 92

1,202 694

412 234

174 111

185 114

569 389

251 172

62 46

30.8 31.1

West Molokai division Kualapuu CDP Maunaloa CDP

2,168 1,661 405

209 169 37

1,465 1,127 254

1,380 1,061 238

66 56 9

88 65 22

570 421 112

235 182 39

86 67 13

97 78 11

238 192 32

77 56 21

15 12 3

30.4 30.7 25.7

Kalawao division

130



130

130



1

24

24

9

28

44

18

6

61.1

Lanai division Lanai City CDP

2,426 2,400

181 179

1,848 1,829

1,770 1,751

84 84

98 98

619 611

271 269

114 114

138 138

446 437

183 178

27 27

35.9 35.8

100,374

7,846

76,161

73,491 3,587

4,925

35,683

9,970

3,787

4,180

11,359

4,316

991

33.4

All Persons

Under 5 yrs

Puunene division Kahului CDP (part)

217 217

Spreckelsville division Kahului CDP (part)

Maui County Total

18 to 20 yrs

21 to 24 yrs

25 to 44 yrs

45 to 54 yrs

55 to 59 yrs

60 to 64 yrs

65 yrs and over

75 yrs and over

85 yrs and Median over Age

NOTE: See appendix for selected subject definitions.

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SOURCE: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1990 Census of Population and Housing: Summary Population and Housing Characteristics: Hawaii, 1990 CPH-1-13 (August 1991) table 1; pp. 1, 2, and 3.

1.3.10

RESIDENT POPULATION BY CENSUS DESIGNATED PLACE, MAUI COUNTY

Place

Population

County of Maui

100,374

Maui Haiku-Pauwela Haliimaile Hana Kaanapali Kahului

91,361 4,509 841 683 579 16,889

Kapalua Kihei Lahaina Maalaea Makawao

408 11,107 9,073 443 5,405

Napili-Honokowai Paia Pukalani Waihee-Waiehu1 Waikapu

4,332 2,091 5,879 4,004 729

Wailea-Makena Wailuku

3,799 10,688

Molokai Kaunakakai Kualapuu Maunaloa

6,717 2,658 1,661 405

Lanai

2,426 2,400

Lanai City Kahoolawe



NOTE: This table presents data for “census designated places” defined by the Hawaii State Department of Business, Economic Development & Tourism, in cooperation with the Bureau of the Census, for the 1990 decennial census, under authority granted by Sec. 26-18, Hawaii Revised Statutes. Although described in the legislation as “cities, towns, and villages,” none of these places is an independent municipality with separate governmental and taxing powers; the boundaries determined for these places are statistical rather than political. 1

Spelling corrected from that in census report.

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Business, Economic Development & Tourism, State of Hawaii Data Book: A Statistical Abstract, 1992, table 7, p. 19 and table 11, p. 22.

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ETHNIC STOCK, MAUI COUNTY Excludes persons in institutions or military barracks, on Niihau, or in Kalawao Based on a sample survey of 9,205 persons

Ethnic Stock1

State Total

Maui County

All Groups

1,148,676

115,668

673,178 254,421 233,435 35,682 114,717

61,912 30,733 16,662 547 13,222

8,862 16,314 909 8,838

36 592 – 120

Mixed (except Hawaiian)2

238,371

26,958

Hawaiian/part Hawaiian

237,128

26,798

Unmixed (except Hawaiian) Caucasian Japanese Chinese Filipino Korean Black Puerto Rican Samoan/Tongan

1

Definitions used in this table differ from those in reports of the U.S. Bureau of the Census. Persons of mixed race are shown separately in this table but in 1980 and 1990 census tabulations are assigned to one of the unmixed groups on the basis of self-identification or race of mother. 2

Includes miscellaneous races and not reported (5,341 in 1989).

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Health, Hawaii Health Surveillance Program, special tabulation.

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1.3.12

COMPONENTS OF CHANGE IN THE RESIDENT POPULATION OF MAUI COUNTY

Change

Births

Deaths

Net International Migration

7/90-7/91 7/91-7/92 7/92-7/93 7/93-7/94 7/94-7/95

1,857 1,822 1,864 1,856 1,815

649 705 640 640 696

688 549 703 511 691

2 7 5 4 2

1,577 912 992 584 830

-50 -55 -43 -28 -48

7/95-7/96 7/96-7/97 7/97-7/98 7/98-7/99

1,891 1,790 1,779 1,755

720 747 751 734

861 894 531 662

0 2 1 0

280 -355 37 -337

-47 -25 -35 -40

16,911

6,438

6,214

22

5,135

-351

4/90-7/99 Total

Federal Citizen Movement

Net Domestic Migration

Residual

NOTES: Net International Migration consists of (1) legal immigration to the United States as reported by the Immigration and Naturalization Service, (2) an estimate of net undocumented immigration from abroad, (3) an estimate of emigration from the United States, and (4) net movement between Puerto Rico and the (balance of) the United States. Federal Citizen Movement is the net difference between the movement of federal employees (both military and civilian) and their dependents into and out of the United States (excluding Puerto Rico) during the period. Net Domestic Migration is the difference between domestic inmigration to an area and domestic outmigration from it during the period. Domestic inmigration and outmigration consist of moves where both the origins and destinations are within the United States (excluding Puerto Rico). Residual: The subnational population estimates must sum to an independently derived estimate of the national population. The residual is the difference between an area’s population as estimated by the subnational population estimation procedure before and after imposing this constraint. The residual is not a demographic component of population change; rather, it is a statistical artifact of the procedures employed in producing the estimates. SOURCE: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Population Estimates Program, Population Division, “County Population Estimates and Demographic Components of Population Change: Annual Time Series, July 1, 1990 to July 1, 1999,” CO-99-8.

1.3.13

LIVE BIRTHS, MAUI COUNTY BY DISTRICTS Calendar year and place of mother’s residence basis Year

State Total

Maui County1

Hana

Makawao

Wailuku

Lahaina

Lanai

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

20,438 19,880 19,837 19,567 19,348

1,885 1,863 1,884 1,889 1,741

37 39 29 30 29

498 487 467 462 452

855 859 905 906 822

297 291 308 316 282

42 40 54 52 46

129 123 112 119 107

27 24 9 4 3

1995 1996 1997

18,552 18,378 17,326

1,891 1,865 1,833

25 31 34

466 489 431

964 876 938

285 315 286

45 32 44

100 113 99

6 8 1

1

District Not Molokai Reported

Kalawao County included with Maui County. No births recorded except 1 in 1996.

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Health, Office of Health Status Monitoring, records.

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POPULATION AND ECONOMIC PROJECTIONS, MAUI COUNTY: 1990 TO 2010 Land use constrained forecast, island level Forecast Variables

Historical 1990

Projected 1995

1996

2000

2005

2010

Population Lanai Molokai Maui Island

2,426 6,717 91,361

2,787 6,774 102,314

3,311 6,827 104,274

5,144 7,068 112,349

5,157 7,297 121,609

5,148 7,242 127,670

Maui County

100,504

111,875

114,412

124,562

134,064

140,060

Civilian Jobs Lanai Molokai Maui Island

1,287 1,987 51,756

1,488 2,111 54,452

1,770 2,149 55,752

2,764 2,322 61,067

2,789 2,539 66,428

2,801 2,680 69,086

Total

54,990

58,051

59,671

66,153

71,755

74,567

Households Lanai Molokai Maui Island

847 2,088 30,272

987 2,132 34,235

1,176 2,153 34,954

1,841 2,247 37,947

1,865 2,344 41,521

1,881 2,350 44,066

Total

33,207

37,355

38,283

42,035

45,730

48,296

Average Visitor Census Lanai Molokai Maui Island

68 616 38,150

581 880 48,539

720 892 49,929

1,210 945 55,545

1,210 1,008 63,082

1,210 1,070 66,682

Total

38,834

50,000

51,540

57,700

65,300

68,962

Total Visitor Units Lanai Molokai Maui Island

113 559 17,363

478 559 22,392

605 559 23,236

1,113 559 26,298

1,128 559 26,298

1,128 659 26,298

Total

18,035

23,429

24,400

27,970

27,985

28,085

Visitor Arrivals Lanai Molokai Maui Island

45,930 103,630 2,345,060

100,983 91,781 2,908,186

125,096 210,310 210,310 210,310 92,998 98,507 105,160 111,563 2,987,099 3,308,718 3,765,438 3,982,878

Maui County

2,389,970

3,038,868

3,133,038 3,509,865 3,972,271 4,196,323

NOTE: The model used for these projections is not designed to make short-term projections over the next one to three years. Instead, it projects the long run trend that is expected to prevail over the next twenty years. Actual results in any given year may exceed or fall short of this long run trend due to normal boom and bust variations in the business cycle.

SOURCE: Community Resources, Inc., Maui Socio-Economic Forecast Study, Final Report, January 1994. Prepared for the Maui County Planning Department.

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1.4.1

PERSONAL INCOME, TOTAL AND PER CAPITA, BY COUNTIES

State Total

Maui + Kalawao Counties

City and County of Honolulu

Hawaii County

1983 1984

13,193,413 14,123,179

961,071 1,016,819

10,682,576 11,502,090

1,077,408 1,117,675

472,358 486,595

1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

15,069,700 16,118,094 17,366,635 19,236,760 21,229,766

1,110,782 1,233,740 1,340,017 1,524,055 1,731,872

12,255,214 13,019,439 14,035,221 15,451,660 16,925,649

1,179,028 1,292,649 1,380,357 1,525,256 1,729,327

524,676 572,266 611,040 735,789 842,918

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

23,956,464 25,097,971 26,372,209 27,511,237 28,331,447

1,989,048 2,076,561 2,274,511 2,386,974 2,499,916

19,026,479 19,884,116 21,191,215 21,718,951 22,266,490

1,991,096 2,119,357 2,224,829 2,319,360 2,413,550

949,841 1,017,937 681,654 1,085,952 1,151,491

1995 1996 1997 1998

29,396,283 29,783,921 30,514,427 31,268,323

2,572,967 2,640,050 2,721,436

23,077,867 23,295,684 23,836,437

2,542,388 2,630,310 2,716,033

1,203,061 1,217,877 1,240,521

1983 1984

13,028 13,740

12,004 12,255

13,538 14,417

10,692 10,796

11,037 11,152

1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

14,494 15,325 16,262 17,815 19,395

13,045 14,118 14,802 16,254 17,888

15,237 16,065 17,149 18,750 20,360

11,133 11,929 12,354 13,446 14,833

11,828 12,559 12,945 15,156 16,910

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

21,529 22,171 22,906 23,638 24,090

19,580 19,780 21,153 21,613 22,171

22,702 23,488 24,683 25,127 25,554

16,393 16,642 16,948 17,284 17,710

18,401 19,156 12,623 19,804 20,682

1995 1996 1997 1998

24,848 25,086 25,598 26,210

22,294 22,431 22,827

26,434 26,681 27,259

18,352 18,825 19,147

21,448 21,469 21,941

Year

Kauai County

Total (x $1,000)

Per Capita ($)

NOTE: County totals do not sum to state total. Latest annual state personal income figures were released in July 1999; latest county figures were released in May 1999. SOURCE: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis. State personal income: State Personal Income 1929-97, on CDROM (September 1998); Survey of Current Business (August 1999), pp. D-66, D-67. County personal income: Regional Economic Information System 1969-1997, on CD-ROM (May 1999).

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COST OF LIVING COMPARISON Homeowning family of 4 with an annual income of $80,000

Standard City, USA 100.0

Austin, TX 94.2

Kihei, HI 108.9

Seattle, WA 116.2

Boston, MA

San Jose, CA

116.3

115.5

NOTE: The indices reflect the total expenses of housing, transportation, goods and services, and taxes. Standard City, USA represents the national average cost.

SOURCE: Runzheimer International, 1999 cost of living comparison commissioned by the Maui Economic Development Board.

1.4.3

CONSUMER PRICE INDEX (ALL ITEMS COMBINED), BY TYPE OF CONSUMER, FOR HONOLULU: SEMI-ANNUALLY AND ANNUALLY 1982–1984 average = 100

URBAN WAGE EARNERS AND ALL URBAN CONSUMERS (CPI-U)

CLERICAL WORKERS (CPI-W)

Year

First Half

Second Half

Annual Average

First Half

Second Half

Annual Average

1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

106.3 108.9 113.3 120.1 126.4

107.4 109.9 116.5 123.4 131.1

106.8 109.4 114.9 121.7 128.7

107.4 109.9 114.3 121.1 127.4

108.4 110.7 117.6 124.5 132.0

107.9 110.3 115.9 122.8 129.7

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

135.5 146.8 153.9 158.6 163.4

140.8 149.1 156.4 161.6 165.7

138.1 148.0 155.1 160.1 164.5

136.3 147.7 154.6 159.4 163.5

141.6 150.1 157.2 162.0 165.8

138.9 148.9 155.9 160.7 164.7

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

166.9 170.5 172.1 172.0 172.7

169.4 171.0 171.8 171.0 173.8

168.1 170.7 171.9 171.5 173.3

167.2 170.8 172.4 172.3 173.0

169.7 171.2 172.0 171.0 173.9

168.4 171.0 172.2 171.6 173.4

NOTE: See section introduction (General Statistics) for CPI-U definition. SOURCE: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, CPI Detailed Report (monthly), BLS tapes tabulated by Hawaii State Data Center, and BLS World Wide Web site (http://www.bls.gov/).

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CONSUMER PRICE INDEX FOR ALL URBAN CONSUMERS (CPI-U), BY EXPENDITURE CATEGORY, COMMODITY AND SERVICE GROUP, FOR HONOLULU: ANNUAL AVERAGES 1982–1984 average = 100 unless otherwise noted Group

1995

1996

1997

1998

1999

ALL ITEMS

168.1

170.7

171.9

171.5

173.3

Food and beverages

156.8

156.6

159.2

159.1

162.9

157.0 162.1 149.2 152.3

156.6 159.5 150.8 156.2

159.5 164.2 152.6 155.2

159.1 162.6 153.3 158.8

163.0 166.2 158.3 161.9

174.7

176.8

177.1

176.0

175.8

Shelter Rent of primary residence Owners’ equivalent rent1

191.7 187.0 198.9

193.5 187.3 200.4

192.4 185.7 199.0

192.3 183.5 198.3

191.7 181.7 197.0

Fuels and utilities Fuels Gas (piped) and electricity Electricity Utility (piped) gas

128.4 111.6 110.8 111.1 98.9

133.8 115.9 115.2 114.5 114.7

137.1 119.8 119.1 118.6 116.1

131.0 112.2 111.8 111.4 107.5

133.4 114.3 113.7 113.4 109.2

Household furnishings and operation

146.0

146.4

150.0

145.8

146.4

Apparel

117.5

118.5

117.3

112.2

105.4

Transportation

162.4

167.0

166.2

162.5

162.2

162.8 125.5 128.4 133.8 100.9 118.3

168.2 131.9 134.9 141.4 105.9 123.8

167.2 132.0 135.1 141.9 105.3 123.8

161.7 129.3 132.4 138.8 103.6 121.9

160.4 119.9 122.6 128.8 95.5 112.4

209.8

215.0

217.3

226.1

231.3

Recreation3

No Data

No Data

No Data

100.8

101.9

Education and communication3

No Data

No Data

No Data

99.1

104.5

216.8

226.5

239.0

256.1

275.6

Food Food at home Food away from home Alcoholic beverages Housing

Private transportation Motor fuel Gasoline, all types Gasoline, unleaded regular Gasoline, unleaded midgrade2 Gasoline, unleaded premium Medical care

Other goods and services

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CONTINUED

Group

1995

1996

1997

1998

1999

All items less shelter All items less medical care All items less energy All items less food and energy

158.9 165.8 173.1 177.5

161.8 168.3 175.5 180.5

164.0 169.4 176.7 181.4

163.4 168.6 176.6 181.3

183.0 166.2 170.2 178.7

Commodities Commodities less food Commodities less food and beverages

145.1 136.6 135.8

146.3 138.9 138.1

148.3 140.3 139.6

147.5 139.1 138.2

148.2 137.7 136.6

Durables

130.0

131.8

134.2

131.0

129.7

Nondurables Nondurables less food Nondurables less food and beverages

149.1 140.3 139.6

150.1 143.0 142.2

152.0 143.9 143.2

151.9 143.9 142.9

153.3 142.4 141.0

Energy

119.0

124.4

126.3

121.0

117.9

Services Services less rent of shelter1 Services less medical care

188.3 186.8 186.0

192.1 192.9 189.7

192.8 195.4 190.3

192.6 195.3 189.7

195.3 202.0 192.2

Special aggregate indexes

NOTE: See Section 1: General Statistics for CPI-U definition. The level of CPI item detail has changed due to revisions in the Consumer Price Index done by the Bureau of Labor Statistics in 1998. 1 2 3

December 1982 = 100. December 1993 = 100. December 1997 = 100.

SOURCE: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, CPI Detailed Report (monthly), and BLS World Wide Web site (http://www.bls.gov/).

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1.4.5

ESTIMATED COSTS OF LIVING BY CATEGORY, COUNTIES OF HAWAII RELATIVE TO WASHINGTON, DC Dollar estimates for Federal Employees’ expenditures

Income Levels Washington, DC consumer expenditures

Housing Consumption Costs Goods & Services Owners Renters

Estimated Total Expenditures for

Transportation (new car)

Miscellaneous

Renters

Owners

Lower Middle Upper

8,675 12,981 19,323

5,805 8,388 12,066

5,805 8,388 12,066

4,175 6,304 9,466

3,644 6,327 10,650

22,299 34,000 51,505

22,299 34,000 51,505

Maui County, HI

Lower Middle Upper

10,553 15,643 23,076

9,226 12,533 14,401

6,725 8,722 9,646

5,374 8,169 12,339

4,006 6,865 11,438

26,658 39,399 56,499

29,159 43,210 61,254

Honolulu, HI

Lower Middle Upper

10,123 15,049 22,264

11,126 15,078 21,553

8,261 9,550 13,770

5,545 8,404 12,664

4,013 6,897 11,519

27,942 39,900 60,217

30,807 45,428 68,000

Hawaii County, HI

Lower Middle Upper

10,083 14,979 22,148

6,864 9,315 10,823

5,440 6,272 7,450

5,595 8,500 12,838

3,846 6,621 11,072

24,964 36,372 53,508

26,388 39,415 56,881

Kauai County, HI

Lower Middle Upper

10,402 15,427 22,774

8,611 11,519 13,123

5,992 7,766 8,472

5,450 8,282 12,512

3,786 6,581 11,081

25,630 38,056 54,839

28,249 41,809 59,490

Warning: These estimates are very rough. They are based on aggregate ratios of the costs of selected consumer goods and services in Hawaii to the same items in Washington DC, then multiplied by the proportion of total consumer spending by income level in each category as determined from the Consumer Expenditure Survey. The ratios are based on after-tax spending patterns, but the amounts in this table are calculated by applying these ratios to total income (not after-tax income). Actual expenditures will be lower because income taxes and social security/medicare contributions were not deducted from income before the ratios were applied. NOTE: Base income levels are: Lower = $22,300/yr, middle = $34,000/yr, and upper = $51,500/yr. The proportion of spending in each category to the total is deemed constant between locations. Proportions are based on the U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Consumer Expenditure Survey, and vary according to income level. CONSUMPTION GOODS AND SERVICES: Consists of food at home and away from home, tobacco, alcohol, furnishings and household operations, clothing, domestic service, professional services, personal care and recreation. HOUSING COSTS: Includes taxes, maintenance, and utilities as well as mortgage or rent. TRANSPORTATION: Costs of buying and maintaining vehicles, including insurance, plus air travel and public transportation. MISCELLANEOUS: Medical care, private education, contributions, personal insurance and retirement.

SOURCE: U.S. Office of Personnel Management, “Report on 1997 Surveys Used to Determine Cost-of-Living Allowances in Nonforeign Areas,” Appendix 21, Federal Register vol. 63, no. 203, October 21, 1998, pp. 56505-56506.

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CAPACITIES OF HOSPITALS, CARE HOMES AND AGENCIES, MAUI COUNTY Data are for facilities recognized by the Hawaii State Health Planning and Development Agency, and the Hospital and Medical Faciitles Branch

HOSPITALS, DECEMBER 31, 1996 Total1

Acute Care

Long-term Specialty Care Care

CARE HOMES 1998 Type I2

Type II3

Facilities State Total

Total4 Agencies

74

23

47

26

499

12

Maui Molokai Lanai

5 2 1

2 1 1

2 1 1

3 1 0

11 5 0

0 1 0

County Total

8

4

4

4

16

1

69

13 Patients Served5

Beds State Total

HOME HEALTH CARE AGENCIES 1996

7,712

2,651

3,830

1,231

2,274

393

Maui Molokai Lanai

689 44 14

182 8 4

463 22 10

44 14 0

53 24 0

0 12 0

County Total

747

194

495

58

77

12

31,727

4,777

1

Facilities providing more than one kind of care are counted only once. Five beds or fewer. 3 More than five beds. 4 Data only available by county. Home health care agencies are classified into the following categories: Medicare certified, private duty, home medical equipment, infusion pharmacy, other home care provider, and hospice. 5 A given patient may be counted more than once, since s/he may be served by more than one home health care agency. 2

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Health, State Health Planning and Development Agency, Inpatient Facilities Utilization Report, 1996, and Hawaii State Department of Health, Hospital and Medical Facilities Branch, records.

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HEALTH PRACTITIONERS LICENSED IN HAWAII BY PLACE OF ADDRESS

Maui Molokai Lanai Oahu Hawaii Kauai Subtotal Hawaii Mainland Foreign/Other Total

Acupuncturist 50 0 0 190 52 15 307 76 5 388

Chiropractor 50 1 0 150 31 15 247 178 9 434

Dental Hygenist 52 3 2 344 46 13 460 188 4 652

Dentist 70 3 0 769 95 39 976 304 13 1,293

Massage Therapist 667 5 11 1,549 566 246 3,044 438 28 3,510

Maui Molokai Lanai Oahu Hawaii Kauai Subtotal Hawaii Mainland Foreign/Other Total

Certified Physician’s Assistant 8 0 0 35 9 5 57 1 0 58

Emergency Medical Tech. Basic 26 2 0 109 129 20 286 0 1 287

Emergency Medical Tech. Paramedic 35 5 0 179 68 15 302 5 0 307

Physician or Surgeon1 229 6 2 2,359 273 110 2,979 2,141 44 5,164

Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon 12 0 0 76 13 6 107 270 1 378

Registered Nurse 841 34 11 6,996 979 405 9,266 1,931 140 11,337

Advanced Practice Registered Nurse 11 2 1 181 27 16 238 39 2 279

Occupational Therapist 17 1 0 183 32 12 245 15 1 261

Physical Therapist 49 1 0 331 66 28 475 220 12 707

Optometrist 17 0 0 161 16 9 203 84 5 292

Pharmacist 63 2 0 609 77 39 790 550 7 1,347

Podiatrist 5 0 0 19 3 2 29 24 2 55

Psychologist 29 0 0 294 43 12 378 98 0 476

Licensed Practical Nurse Maui 259 Molokai 12 Lanai 0 Oahu 1,560 Hawaii 349 Kauai 200 Subtotal Hawaii 2,380 Mainland 197 Foreign/Other 13 Total 2,590 Maui Molokai Lanai Oahu Hawaii Kauai Subtotal Hawaii Mainland Foreign/Other Total 1

Naturopath 14 0 0 17 13 4 48 12 0 60

Permanent licenses only. Does not include interns, residents, or physicians who provided state government services only.

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs, Professional and Vocational Licensing Division, Licensing Branch, records, 3/6/2000.

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Section 2

EDUCATION

This section covers statistics on public and private schools, enrollment, number of teachers, high school graduates, enrollment at Maui Community College, degrees offered, number of faculty at Maui Community College and libraries. Maui County public and private schools provide educational opportunities for students from pre-kindergarten through senior high school. Maui Community College offers courses in a wide variety of technical, vocational and liberal arts disciplines and through the University of Hawai`i Center offers 4- and 5-year University of Hawai`i degrees via the Hawai`i Interactive Television System (HITS). The Hawaii State Library System in Maui County has eight locations on three islands, Maui, Molokai and Lanai. Maui Community College Library holdings include four centers; two on Maui (Kahului and Hana), and one each on Molokai and Lanai. The principal sources of the data on education are the Hawaii State Department of Education, the Hawaii Association of Private Schools, and the University of Hawaii Institutional Research Office. On libraries, the principal sources are the Hawaii State Public Library System, Research and Evaluation Services and the Maui Community College Library.

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MAUI DISTRICT PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS BY ISLAND AND LOCATION MAUI Hana Hana High and Elementary Keanae

K-12 K-3

Kihei Kamalii Kihei Elementary Lokelani Intermediate Montessori Hale O’Keiki

K-5 K-5 6-8 PreK-4

Lahaina King Kamehameha III Lahaina Intermediate Lahainaluna High Princess Nahienaena Sacred Hearts Elementary Kahului/Wailuku H. Perrine Baldwin High Christ the King Emmanuel Lutheran Iao Kaahumanu Hou Christian (Maui)

K-5 6-8 9-12 K-5 K-8

9-12 PreK-6 K-6 6-8 K-12

Upcountry/North Shore Clearview Christian Girls School Doris Todd Memorial Christian Haiku Elementary Haleakala Waldorf Horizons Academy

Kahului Elementary Lihikai Maui Adventist Maui High Maui Waena Intermediate

K-5 K-5 1-8 9-12 6-8

S. Enoka Kalama Intermediate Kamehameha Schools (Maui) King Kekaulike High Kula Elementary Makawao

St. Anthony Grade School St. Anthony Junior and Senior High Waihee Wailuku Elementary

K-6 7-12 K-5 K-5

Maui Christian Academy Montessori of Maui Paia Pukalani Elementary St. Joseph Seabury Hall

LANAI Lanai High and Elementary

6-8 PreK-8 K-5 PreK-8 K-8 6-8 K-3 9-12 K-5 K-5 PreK-8 PreK-6 K-5 K-5 K-6 6-12

K-12

MOLOKAI Kaahumanu Hou Christian (Molokai) Kaunakakai Kilohana Kualapuu Maunaloa

6-9 K-6 K-6 K-6 K-6

Molokai Christian Academy Molokai High and Intermediate Molokai Mission

PreK-12 7-12 K-8

SOURCES: Hawaii State Department of Education, records; Hawaii Association of Independent Schools, Licensed Private Schools 1998-99.

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SCHOOLS, ENROLLMENT, AND HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES FOR PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOL SYSTEMS, MAUI COUNTY Total

Public

Private

Number of Schools September 12, 1990 September 12, 1991 September 14, 1992 September 14, 1993 September 14, 1994

43 44 43 43 44

28 28 28 28 28

15 16 15 15 16

September 14, 1995 September 1996 September 1997

45 48 46

29 30 30

16 18 16

Enrollment September 12, 1990 September 12, 1991 September 14, 1992 September 14, 1993 September 14, 1994

20,033 20,705 21,276 21,703 22,272

17,829 18,445 18,876 19,527 20,025

2,204 2,260 2,400 2,177 2,247

September 12, 1995 September 1996 September 1997

NA 23,626 24,040

20,992 21,463 21,712

NA 2,163 2,328

Teachers September 12, 1990 September 12, 1991 September 14, 1992 September 14, 1993 September 14, 1994

1,244 1,296 1,352 1,365 NA

1,113 1,152 1,185 1,206 1,233

131 144 167 159 NA

September 12, 1995 September 1996 September 1997

NA NA NA

1,255 NA NA

NA NA NA

1,032 1,121 1,156 NA NA

934 1,011 1,016 1,048 1,010

98 110 140 NA NA

NA NA

NA NA

NA NA

High School Graduates 1990 to 1991 1991 to 1992 1992 to 1993 1993 to 1994 1994 to 1995 1995 to 1996 1996 to 1997

SOURCES: Hawaii State Department of Education, records; Hawaii Association of Private Schools, Enrollment Report 1996-97 and 1997-98.

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PUBLIC SCHOOLS: ENROLLMENT AND GRADES, MAUI DISTRICT

School

1996

1997

1998

1999

Grades

H. Perrine Baldwin High Haiku Hana High & Elementary Iao Kahului

1,894 450 457 825 935

1,850 465 440 823 911

1,721 441 412 849 887

1,693 436 411 858 872

9-12 K-5 K-12 6-8 K-5

S. Enoka Kalama Intermediate Kamalii King Kamehameha III Kaunakakai Keanae

1,343 583 678 360 9

1,298 754 665 336 7

1,185 796 657 302 10

1,120 872 630 290 7

6-8 K-5 K-5 K-6 K-3

701 906 157 417 576

1,030 775 148 407 522

1,314 735 133 421 518

1,396 759 131 398 466

9-12 K-5 K-6 K-6 K-5

Lahaina Intermediate Lahainaluna High Lanai High & Elementary Lihikai Lokelani Intermediate

585 820 629 1,063 647

604 876 661 1,035 692

616 892 683 1,045 664

641 889 687 1,053 678

6-8 9-12 K-12 K-5 6-8

Makawao Maui High Maui Waena Intermediate Maunaloa Molokai High & Intermediate

680 1,757 936 90 788

636 1,734 948 90 808

590 1,656 935 83 833

620 1,709 935 70 812

K-5 9-12 6-8 K-6 7-12

657 244 569 855 852

698 246 558 858 837

694 240 523 873 900

651 224 493 867 902

K-5 K-5 K-5 K-5 K-5

21,463

21,712

21,608

21,570

King Kekaulike High1 Kihei Kilohana Kualapuu Kula Elementary

Princess Nahienaena Paia Pukalani Elementary Waihee Wailuku Elementary Total Enrollment 1

King Kekaulike first opened in 1995 with 9th graders. The school added 1 grade per year through 1998.

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Education, records.

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PRIVATE SCHOOLS: ENROLLMENT AND GRADES, MAUI DISTRICT

School

1994

1996*

1997

1998

Grades

Christ the King Clearview Christian Girls School Doris Todd Memorial Christian Emmanuel Lutheran Haleakala Waldorf

117 – 114 160 167

96 16 108 105 152

105 17 151 102 178

105 16 160 110 178

K-6 6-8 PreK-8 K-6 PreK-8

Horizons Academy Kaahumanu Hou Christian (Maui) Kaahumanu Hou Christian (Molokai) Kamehameha Schools (Maui) Maui Adventist

– 133 – – –

50 125 – – 22

50 119 – – 21

50 125 20 120 21

K-8 K-12 6-9 K-3 1-8

– 31 28 28 59

– 30 30 31 41

– 14 22 72 174

160 14 22 80 190

PreK-8 PreK-12 K-8 PreK-4 PreK-6

202 183 482 123 360

210 163 391 133 380

200 208 370 139 386

200 208 370 139 385

K-8 PreK-6 7-12 K-6 6-12

2,187

2,083

2,328

2,673

Maui Christian Academy Molokai Christian Academy Molokai Mission Montessori Hale o’ Keiki Montessori of Maui Sacred Hearts Elementary St. Anthony Grade School St. Anthony Junior & Senior High St. Joseph Seabury Hall Total Enrollment * Enrollment figures for 1995 are not available.

SOURCES: Hawaii State Department of Education, records; Hawaii Association of Independent Schools, Enrollment Report (1996-97, 199798) and Licensed Private Schools 1998-99.

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2.5

LIBRARY HOLDINGS AND CIRCULATION, HAWAII STATE LIBRARY SYSTEM, MAUI LIBRARY DISTRICT

1995 Library locations, June 301 Personnel, June 302

1996

1997

8 41

8 41

8 41

Circulation, year ended June 30

723,606

761,186

755,235

Collections, June 30 Books, Video Tapes & Sound Recordings Periodical subscriptions

384,173 789

390,578 800

337,315 861

1

Includes libraries on Lanai (1 location), Maui (6 locations) and Molokai (1 location).

2 Full-time equivalent basis, but including permanent and temporary State general-funded positions and temporary Federal funded

positions but excluding student help.

SOURCE: Hawaii State Public Library System, Information Management Branch, records.

2.6

LIBRARY HOLDINGS AND CIRCULATION, MAUI COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Number of volumes, June 30

Circulation, year ended June 30

1991 1992 1993 1994

37,390 39,050 41,391 41,391

26,331 28,853 32,975 38,379

1995 1996 1997

42,523 43,595 45,808

34,558 21,219 35,704

SOURCE: University of Hawaii at Manoa, University Libraries, records.

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2.7

DEGREES AND CERTIFICATES EARNED BY DEGREE AND PROGRAM MAUI COMMUNITY COLLEGE, FISCAL YEARS ENDING JUNE 30

PROGRAM TOTAL General & Pre-Professional Education

DEGREES/CERTIFICATES OFFERED

TOTAL EARNED

ASSOCIATE DEGREES

CERTIFICATES OF ACHIEVEMENT

(Fall 1999)

1997 1998 1999

1997 1998 1999

1997 1998 1999

216

257

137

123

172

AA/AS/AAS

CC

206

79

82

85





56

45

81

56

45

81







AS/AAS

CA

CC

160

160

176

81

78

91

79

82

85

Business Education Accounting Business Careers Hotel Operations

AAS AAS AAS AAS

CA CA CA CA

CC – CC CC

53 33 2 7

32 19

22 10

20 14

18 4

21 13

12 5

10 6

5

11

32 20 2 3

3

7

4

2

4

Office Administration & Technology Food Service Programs (Food Service) Health Service Programs (Nursing)1

AAS AAS AS

CA CA CA

CC CC CC

11 24 54

8 45 57

11 47 57

7 11 22

3 17 21

7 19 23

4 13 32

5 28 36

4 28 34

Public Service Programs Administration of Justice Human Services

AAS AAS AAS

CA CA CA

CC – CC

18 9 9

15 6 9

15 3 12

11 5 6

14 5 9

11 2 9

7 4 3

1 1

4 1 3

Technology Programs Agricultural Careers Auto Body Repair & Painting Automotive Technology Building Maintenance Carpentry Technology Drafting Technology Electronic & Computer Engineering Technology2 Fashion Technology Welding Technology

AAS AAS AAS AAS – AAS – AS AAS –

CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA

CC CC CC – CC – – – CC CC

11 1

11 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 2

25 2

5 1

6 1

20 1

6

5

5 1

2

3 –

2 –





– 1 2 –

– 13 1 –

Vocational Education

AA

CA

Education

7 1

1 1

1 13 1

1 –

4 1

1 1 1 1 1

2 1

1

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NOTES: AA = Associate in Arts, AS = Associate in Science, AAS = Associate in Applied Science, CA = Certificate of Achievement, and CC = Certificate of Completion or Certificate of Competence. Certificate of Completion/Certificate of Competence counts are not published. 1 The AS in nursing makes students eligible for the Registered Nursing Examination; the CA in nursing allows students to take the Practical Nursing Examination. A CC in nursing is Nurse 2 Program began in 1997. Aide Training. SOURCES: University of Hawaii, Institutional Research Office, “Master List of Curricula Offered, University of Hawaii,” Fall 1999 (degrees offered); “Degrees and Certificates Earned, University of Hawaii Community Colleges,” Fiscal Year 1996-97, Fiscal Year 1997-98 and Fiscal Year 1998-99 (degree counts).

2.8

UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII DISTANCE LEARNING COURSE AND REGISTRATION COUNTS, BY ISLAND Number of courses being taken, and total headcount

FALL 1999 Island

Courses

Registrations

65 19 25

518 19 97

Subtotal Maui County

109

634

Island of Hawaii Kauai Oahu Out of state Unspecified locations

102 58 227 13 15

1,299 244 2,334 215 336

Total

524

5,062

Maui Lanai Molokai

NOTE: Except for the overall total course count, both courses and individual students are double counted. For example, if someone were taking 3 courses at once, they would be counted three times in the registration column. Similarly, if someone on Maui and someone else on Molokai were taking the same course, the course would be counted twice.

SOURCE: University of Hawaii, Institutional Research Office, “University of Hawaii Distance Learning Fall 1999 Classes and Registrations by Receive Site and Delivery Method.”

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MAUI COMMUNITY COLLEGE, NUMBER OF STUDENTS AND FACULTY

Fall Semester

Total

Full-Time

Part-Time

Students Enrolled 1986 1987 1988 1989

1,963 1,915 1,995 2,074

646 628 668 741

1,317 1,287 1,327 1,333

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

2,337 2,589 2,688 2,578 2,809

763 792 851 870 912

1,574 1,797 1,837 1,708 1,897

1995 r 1996 r 1997 r 1998 r 1999

2,765 2,854 2,787 2,849 2,862

985 1,046 1,062 1,074 1,013

1,780 1,808 1,725 1,775 1,849

Number of Faculty 1986 1987 1988 1989

120 115 115 123

64 61 74 71

56 54 51 52

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

134 144 153 156 157

74 85 82 85 84

60 59 71 71 73

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999p

148 161 161 162 165

80 83 83 86 89

68 78 78 76 76

NOTE: Beginning with 1995, two additional categories of student are included in the enrollment figures. The categories are early admission (high school students taking Maui Community College classes) and concurrent (students primarily registered at another University of Hawaii campus who are taking at least one Maui Community College class). These categories resulted in 25 additional students in 1995, 39 in 1996, 47 in 1997 and 52 additional students in 1998. p: preliminary. SOURCES: University of Hawaii, Institutional Research Office, “Fall Enrollment Report, University of Hawaii, Community Colleges, Fall 1999,” “Faculty and Staff Report, University of Hawaii, Fall 1998;” Maui Community College, Personnel Office.

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Geography & Land Use

Section 3

GEOGRAPHY & LAND USE

This section presents statistics on physical geography, water areas, climate, land use, value and ownership. Information on agriculture, forests and parks may be found in other sections of the book. Maui County consists of four of the major eight islands in the State of Hawaii: Maui, Molokai, Lanai and Kahoolawe. The total land area of Maui County is 1,171.0 square miles with a general coastline of 210 statute miles. The highest peak in the county is Haleakala (Red Hill), Maui, at 10,023 feet; the largest stream is Kalialinui-Waiale Gulch, Maui, 18 miles; the most extensive lake or similar body, Kealia Pond (Marsh), Maui, 500 acres and the highest waterfall (in the county and in the state) is Kahiwa, Molokai, a 1,750-foot cascade. The climate of Maui County is defined by average temperatures ranging from 79.2 degrees in the warmest month at Kahului Airport, Maui, to 71.5 degrees in the coolest month. Rainfall varies greatly. Annual averages for rainfall in the county range from 83 inches in Hana, to 37 inches in Lanai City, to 13 inches in Kihei. The State Land Use Commission has zoned 25,516 acres in Maui County as urban, 310,396 as conservation, 406,792 as agricultural and 8,196 as rural. In the State of Hawaii, land ownership data indicates that the federal government owns 4.6 percent of all land, the state and counties own 33.6 percent, and private owners (chiefly large estates) have 61.8 percent. The island of Kahoolawe (28,800 acres) was transferred from the federal government to the State of Hawaii in May, 1994. Considerable caution is necessary in comparing statistics from different sources on land use and ownership. Variations in definitions and survey dates seriously affect comparability. Sources important to these tables are the U.S. National Climatic Data Center, the Atlas of Hawaii, 3rd edition, published by the University of Hawaii Press in 1998; Government in Hawaii, published annually by the Tax Foundation of Hawaii; and The State of Hawaii Data Book 1997, published annually by the Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism.

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3.1.1

LAND AND WATER AREA OF COUNTIES AND ISLANDS

ACRES1

SQUARE MILES Total

Land2

State Total

6,470.8

6,425.2

45.6

4,141,312

4,112,128

Counties4 Hawaii Maui Kalawao Honolulu5 Kauai5

4,035.2 1,171.0 14.3 620.5 629.8

4,034.2 1,161.6 13.3 596.3 619.8

1.0 9.4 1.0 24.2 10.0

2,582,528 749,440 9,152 397,120 403,072

2,581,888 743,424 8,512 381,632 396,672

Islands4 Hawaii Maui6 Kahoolawe Lanai Molokai Oahu Kauai Niihau7 Kaula

4,035.2 734.5 45.9 141.2 263.7 617.6 558.2 71.1 0.4

4,034.2 728.6 45.0 140.4 260.9 593.6 549.4 70.0 0.4

1.0 5.9 0.9 0.8 2.8 24.0 8.8 1.1 –

2,582,528 470,080 29,376 90,368 168,768 395,264 357,248 45,504 256

2,581,888 466,304 28,800 89,856 166,976 379,904 351,616 44,800 256

County or Island

Inland Water3

Total

Land

1 Areas in acres were calculated directly from the figures shown for square miles; these equivalents were independently rounded, and

hence may not add exactly to the indicated totals and subtotals. One square mile = 640 acres. 2

Dry land and land temporarily or partially covered by water, as marshland, swamps, etc. streams and canals under one-eighth statute mile wide; and lakes, reservoirs, and ponds under 40 acres of area.

3

Permanent inland water surface, such as lakes, reservoirs, and ponds having 40 acres or more of area; streams, sloughs, estuaries, and canals one-eighth statute mile or more in width; deeply indented embayments and sounds, and other coastal waters behind or sheltered by headlands or islands separated by less than 1 nautical mile of water and islands having less than 40 acres of area.

4

Because of rounding, island figures may not add to county figures.

5

Reflect inclusion of Kaula in the County of Kauai rather than in the City and County of Honolulu (Act 245, S.L.H. 1988, approved June 9, 1988).

6

Molokini, offshore of Maui, not measured; other sources give the area of Molokini as 18.6 acres (0.03 square miles).

7

Includes Lehua, previously reported as 243 acres (0.38 square miles).

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Planning and Economic Development, Remeasurements of the Area of Hawaii, 1982 (Statistical Memorandum 83-6, May 18, 1983); Hawaii State Department of Business and Economic Development, State of Hawaii Data Book, 1989 (November 1989), table 132.

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3.1.2

GENERAL COASTLINE AND TIDAL SHORELINE OF HAWAII, BY COUNTY AND ISLAND

GENERAL COASTLINE1

TIDAL SHORELINE2

Statute Miles

Kilometers3

State Total

750

1,207

1,052

1,693

Counties Hawaii Maui4 Honolulu Kauai

266 210 137 137

428 338 220 220

313 343 234 162

504 552 377 261

Islands Hawaii Maui Kahoolawe Lanai Molokai

266 120 29 47 88

428 193 47 76 142

313 149 36 52 106

504 240 58 84 171

Oahu Kauai Niihau

112 90 45

180 145 72

209 110 50

336 177 80

Statute Miles

Kilometers

1

Figures are lengths of general outline of seacoast. Data for the four islands of Maui County are not consistent with the reported county total. 2

Shoreline of outer coast, offshore islands, bays, rivers, and creeks is included to the head of tidewater or to a point where tidal waters narrow to a width of 100 feet. 3

Derived from data expressed in statute miles; independently rounded and accordingly may not add exactly to indicated totals and subtotals. 1 mile = 1.609 km.

4

Maui totals include Kalawao.

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Planning and Economic Development, Hawai’i, the Natural Environment (1974), p. 13; Hawaii State Department of Business and Economic Development, The State of Hawaii Data Book, 1989 (November 1989), table 131.

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3.1.3

MAJOR NAMED WATERFALLS, MAUI COUNTY

Waterfall1

Cascade Height (feet)

Horizontal Distance (feet)

Maui Honokohau Waihiumalu Waimoku

1,120 400 40

500 150 50

Molokai Kahiwa Papalaua

1,750 1,200

1,000 500

Average Discharge (million gal/day)

26.6 37.1

1

Includes the largest named waterfall in each major island, either in height or average discharge; all other named falls 250 feet high or over; and well-known small falls. Many unnamed falls have sheer drops of 200 feet or more.

SOURCE: U.S. Geological Survey, records; Hawaii State Department of Land and Natural Resources, Division of Water and Land Development, records.

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3.1.4

ELEVATIONS OF MAJOR SUMMITS Elevation of the highest point on each island and other important peaks

Island and Summit

Feet

Meters

13,796 13,679 8,271 5,480 4,093 3,660

4,205 4,169 2,521 1,670 1,248 1,116

1,483 1,434

452 437

160

49

10,023 8,201 5,788 2,250

3,055 2,500 1,764 686

Lanai Lanaihale

3,366

1,026

Molokai Kamakou Olokui Kaunuohua Kalaupapa Lookout Mauna Loa (Kukui)

4,961 4,606 4,535 1,600 1,430

1,512 1,404 1,382 488 436

Oahu Kaala Puu Kalena Konahuanui Tantalus Olomana

4,003 3,504 3,150 2,013 1,643

1,220 1,068 960 614 501

1,208 1,186 760 642 500

368 361 232 196 152

Hawaii Mauna Kea1 Mauna Loa2 Hualalai Kaunu o Kaleihoohie Kilauea (Uwekahuna) Kilauea (Halemaumau Rim) Kahoolawe Puu Moaulanui Puu Moaulaiki Molokini Maui Haleakala (Red Hill) Haleakala (Kaupo Gap) Puu Kukui Iao Needle

Koko Crater (Kohelepelepe) Nuuanu Pali Lookout Diamond Head Koko Head Punchbowl

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3.1.4 CONTINUED

Island and Summit

Feet

Meters

Kauai Kawaikini Waialeale Namolokama Mountain Kalalau Lookout Haupu Sleeping Giant (Nonou)

5,243 5,148 4,421 4,120 2,297 1,241

1,598 1,569 1,348 1,256 700 378

Niihau Paniau

1,250

381

Lehua

699

213

Kaula

548

167

Nihoa Millers Peak

903

275

Necker Island Summit Hill

276

84

French Frigate Shoal La Perouse Pinnacles

120

37

Gardner Pinnacles

190

58

Awash

Awash

Laysan Island

40

12

Lisianski Island

40

12

Pearl and Hermes Atoll

10

3

Midway Islands

12

4

Kure Atoll

20

6

Maro Reef

1

According to the 1991 Guinness Book of World Records (p. 142), “The world’s tallest mountain measured from its submarine base (3,280 fathoms) in the Hawaiian Trough to its peak is Mauna Kea ... with a combined height of 33,476 ft., of which 13,796 ft. are above sea level.” 2

Guinness (p. 142-143) describes Mauna Loa as having “dimensions, but not height, [which] exceed those of Mt. Everest .... The axes of its elliptical base, 16,322 ft. below sea level, have been estimated at 74 miles and 53 miles.”

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Accounting and General Services, Survey Division, data provided April 21, 1992; U.S. National Cartographic Information Center, data provided October 11, 1978; U.S. Geological Survey topographic maps, 1981–1984; Hawaiian Government Survey (for Nihoa and Molokini); U.S.S. Tanager survey, 1923 (for Necker Island, French Frigate Shoals, Laysan, Lisianski, Pearl and Hermes Atoll and Kure Atoll).

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44 3.1.5

MISCELLANEOUS GEOGRAPHIC STATISTICS, BY ISLANDS

State

Hawaii

Maui

Kahoolawe

Lanai

Molokai

Oahu

Kauai

Niihau

Geography & Land Use

Extreme Length (miles)

93

48

11

18

38

44

33

8

Extreme Width (miles)

76

26

6

13

10

30

25

6

33

4





1

14



11

3

Miles from Coast of Most Remote Point

28.5

28.5

10.6

2.4

5.2

3.9

10.6

10.8

2.4

Percent of Area Within 5 Miles of Coast

48.6

30.0

76.1

100.0

100.0

100.0

79.0

65.0

100.0

Percent of Area with Elevation of Less than 500 Feet

20.8

12.0

24.9

38.9

24.8

37.3

45.3

35.6

78.2

Percent of Area with Elevation of 2000 Feet or More

50.9

68.4

41.4

0.0

6.3

17.8

4.6

24.0

0.0

3030

3950

2390

600

1140

1150

860

1380

530

Percent of Area with Slope Less Than 10 Percent

63.5

76.0

38.5

60.0

61.0

53.0

42.5

33.5

68.0

Percent of Area with Slope 20 Percent or More

17.0

4.0

36.0

9.0

16.0

26.0

45.5

50.5

12.5

Miles of Sea Cliffs with Heights of 1,000 Feet or More1

Approximate Mean Altitude (feet)

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1 According to Lee S. Motteler, Geography and Map Division, Bernice P. Bishop Museum, the sea cliffs along the northeastern coast of Molokai between Umilehi Point and Puukaoku Point drop 3,250 feet at an average slope of 58 degrees. These cliffs have been described by The Guinness Book of World Records (1991 edition, p. 148) as “the highest sea cliffs yet pinpointed anywhere in the world.”

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Planning and Economic Development, Hawai’i, the Natural Environment (1974), p. 19; and U.S. Geological Survey, Elevations and Distances in the United States (1978), p. 4-5.

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TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION AVERAGES AND EXTREMES, MAUI COUNTY STATION DATA Elevation 1st Year ft. of Record

Geography & Land Use

Maui Haleakala Ranger Station Hana Airport Kahului Airport Kailua (NE Maui, inland) Lahaina Molokai Molokai Airport Lanai Lanai Airport Lanai City

Daily Average

TEMPERATURES Coolest Month

Warmest Month

Record High

Record Low

High

Low

High

Low

Month

High

Low Month

ºF

Date

ºF

Date

6,960 61 48

1949 1950 1954

62.6 80.9 83.7

44.4 67.3 67.4

66.0 84.0 87.5

47.4 69.7 70.2

Aug Sep Sep

58.9 78.2 80.1

41.3 63.8 63.4

Feb Jan Feb

80 94 97

07/25/1953 11/03/1979 08/31/1994

27 50 48

02/26/1965 01/09/1953 01/20/1969

700 45

1949 1949

77.2 84.9

64.3 66.5

80.2 88.2

66.8 69.5

Sep Sep

75.2 81.4

61.0 63.1

Feb Feb

88 97

09/18/1968 08/18/1985

50 52

02/21/1962 12/23/1962

450

1953

81.5

67.6

85.6

71.0

Sep

77.4

63.1

Feb

96

04/14/1974

46

03/04/1987

1,300 1,620

1949 1949

79.0 75.4

62.5 62.5

82.5 78.6

65.4 65.2

Aug Sep

75.6 72.6

58.7 59.1

Jan Feb

89 89

09/05/1954 09/07/1994

46 47

01/22/1955 02/22/1973

Annual Average in.

Days Precip. >=0.01 in.

Wettest Year

PRECIPITATION Driest Year Wettest Month

Driest Month

in.

Year

in.

Year

in.

Month

in.

Month

in.

Date

53.94 81.90 19.78 122.46 15.68

145 271 35 176 20

121.16 126.23 40.63 161.82 34.78

1980 1965 1989 1969 1950

17.71 49.64 8.56 79.20 3.20

1962 1953 1984 1953 1953

8.84 9.30 3.85 12.88 3.44

Jan Mar Jan Nov Jan

1.22 4.07 0.26 7.27 0.08

Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun

18.50 17.57 5.82 15.20 7.01

01/09/1980 04/16/1968 12/21/1955 11/15/1965 12/27/1983

Molokai Molokai Airport

26.81

106

43.70

1963

12.92

1984

4.40

Jan

0.57

Jun

9.03

02/12/1989

Lanai Lanai Airport Lanai City

19.95 36.24

30 114

47.66 66.87

1951 1968

5.40 16.04

1994 1953

3.88 5.36

Dec Jan

0.52 1.27

Aug Jun

10.45 11.25

11/10/1955 11/10/1955

Maui Haleakala Ranger Station Hana Airport Kahului Airport Kailua (NE Maui, inland) Lahaina

45

SOURCE: U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Western Regional Climate Center, "Hawaii Climate Summaries."

1 Day Record

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MONTHLY RAINFALL AND TEMPERATURE AT SPECIFIED LOCATIONS IN MAUI COUNTY

1997 Station

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Maui Haleakalala R.S. Hana Airport Kahului Airport (WSO) Kapalua-West Maui Airport Kihei Kula Branch Stn. Kula Hospital Lahaina Makena Golf Course Puu Kukui Wailuku

8.44 13.77 9.23 10.75 9.54 8.31 10.45 10.01 11.32 21.60 15.44

5.95 4.13 1.11 1.05 0.50 2.37 1.43 0.60 0.14 11.00 1.79

10.50 11.12 3.06 6.53 5.84 8.57 7.44 3.99 4.04 46.00 7.29

6.33 3.89 1.34 1.72 0.41 1.34 1.33 0.92 0.34 33.25 2.68

Molokai Kalaupapa Molokai Airport

12.50 9.09

1.38 0.74

5.50 6.27

Lanai Lanai Airport Lanai City

7.98 13.64

0.42 1.75

2.40 7.97

Departure from Annual Normal

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

1.11 9.25 0.83 1.24 0.78 1.26 1.38 0.00 0.32 15.50 3.52

7.74 8.73 0.71 3.09 0.01 1.29 2.80 0.07 0.48 79.50 1.76

9.03 7.96 1.22 2.47 0.38 0.94 0.69 0.01 0.81 48.00 1.51

1.51 2.54 0.14 0.57 0.00 0.20 1.36 0.00 0.27 20.00 0.79

3.95 10.74 0.09 1.31 0.02 1.03 4.81 0.00 2.73 30.00 1.04

1.20 4.51 0.50 0.89 0.09 0.92 1.65 0.00 0.62 16.80 0.38

10.82 6.31 3.10 3.93 2.06 3.54 2.82 1.02 2.07 50.00 7.96

3.61 9.36 1.75 3.24 0.33 0.18 1.50 0.06 0.18 36.00 4.84

70.19 92.31 23.08 36.79 19.96 29.95 37.66 16.68 23.32 407.65 49.00

12.63 9.15 2.16 NA 4.91 NA NA 0.17 NA NA 16.06

5.20 2.45

8.71 3.25

2.06 1.54

4.28 0.75

0.00 0.37

0.08 0.42

0.39 0.93

13.57 4.93

7.99 3.17

61.66 33.91

17.06 5.24

0.29 1.25

0.50 3.52

0.56 1.82

0.37 0.56

1.56 3.37

0.53 1.53

2.26 1.82

2.18 2.87

1.86 2.66

20.91 42.76

NA 4.11

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NA: Not available. 1

Precipitation for month.

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1997 Station

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Maui Haleakalala R.S. Hana Airport Kahului Airport Kapalua-West Maui Airport Kula Branch Stn. Kula Hospital Lahaina Makena Golf Course Puukolii

52.9 71.5 72.4 71.9 62.4 61.8 m 71.8m m

Molokai Molokai Airport Lanai Lanai Airport Lanai City

Dec

Annual

51.6 73.2 73.4 73.0 61.6m 61.6 73.4m 72.8m 72.1m

51.9m 73.0 74.6 73.4 61.7 62.6 m 73.4m m

52.9 74.2m 74.8 74.8m 62.6 62.6 76.6m 74.4m m

52.9m 73.1 75.6 74.5 63.7 63.9 m 74.3 m

55.9 76.7 79.5 77.0 66.1 66.6 79.3m 77.7 77.2m

56.3 77.0m 80.0 77.5 66.9m 66.7 79.6m 78.3m 78.6m

57.8 78.0 80.2 79.4 67.6 66.9 m 78.5 m

57.1 77.9 81.3 79.5 m 67.2 m 78.8 79.0m

57.2 77.5 79.6 78.4 66.9m 65.8 79.9m 77.8 78.4m

54.2 74.3 75.6 74.5 64.0m 63.7m m 74.4 m

52.7m 72.4 73.2 72.0 60.7 60.3m m 71.3 m

54.5m 74.9m 76.7 75.5m m 64.1m m 75.3m m

69.6

71.2

72.3

72.6

73.0

76.9

77.5

78.4

79.4

77.8

73.6

71.0m

74.4m

67.0 m

68.4m m

68.9m 69.7 m m

71.0m 74.3 m m

74.4 m

73.9 m

75.6 m

73.8 m

71.3 m

68.4 m

71.4m m

Temperature2

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m: Insufficient or partial data; m appears alone if 10 or more daily values are missing. 2Average

t: Trace precipitation.

temperature for month.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration, National Climatic Data Center, Climatological Data Annual Summary, Hawaii and Pacific , 1997.

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ANNUAL RAINFALL AND TEMPERATURE AT SPECIFIED LOCATIONS, MAUI COUNTY

Station

1991

1992

1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

ANNUAL RAINFALL

Maui Haleakala R.S. 50.42 Hana Airport 68.12 Kahului Airport (WSO) 16.09 Kapalua-West Maui Airport 26.11 Kihei 6.62 Kula Branch Stn. 13.97 Kula Hospital 19.47 Lahaina 11.11 Makena Golf Course 11.06 Puukolii 24.26 Puu Kukui 241.19 Wailuku

35.10 84.74 16.98 27.79 11.03 24.42 30.80 9.73 14.42 22.82 232.60

43.07 93.90 12.69 27.94 5.82 28.73 28.73 11.76 10.20 24.81 100.68

43.98 104.68 13.93 26.90 5.61 17.03 22.97 8.02 7.95 22.09 318.50 34.76

20.28 55.11 13.45 19.42 8.21 13.40 25.92 6.30 14.90 12.03 129.50 36.74

58.46 79.20 31.00 38.34 22.32 39.06 44.57 22.81 30.42 29.53 114.20 47.00

70.19 92.31 23.08 36.79 19.96 29.95 37.66 16.68 23.32 27.34 407.65 49.00

Molokai Kalaupapa Molokai Airport

35.69 19.02

50.25 34.04

35.39 19.26

43.25 16.61

38.87 18.92

12.00 38.45

61.66 33.91

Lanai Lanai Airport Lanai City

NA NA

NA 31.85

12.78 29.25

5.40 m

13.36 22.27

43.70 65.78

20.91 42.76

AVERAGE ANNUAL TEMPERATURE

Maui Haleakala R.S. Hana Airport Kahului Airport (WSO) Kapalua-West Maui Airport Kula Branch Stn. Kula Hospital Lahaina Makena Golf Course

54.0 73.4 75.9 75.7 m 63.1 m 74.9

54.5 73.7 76.3 75.9 64.2 63.5 m 75.2

53.6 m 75.9 m 63.3 62.4 76.0 74.4

54.3m m 76.4 75.3m 63.9m 63.6m m 75.2m

54.9m 74.6m 76.9 75.5 64.3m 64.0m m 75.7m

55.2m 75.1m 77.0 74.7m 64.1m 65.1m m m

54.5m 74.9m 76.7 75.5m m 64.1m m 75.3m

Molokai Molokai Airport

74.9

75.0

74.2

75.2m

74.5

74.9

74.4m

m m

m m

m m

m m

m m

71.7m m

71.4m m

Lanai Lanai Airport Lanai City

m: Insufficient or partial data; m appears alone if 10 or more daily values are missing. NA: Not available.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration, National Climatic Data Center, Climatological Data, Annual Summary, Hawaii and Pacific, 1991-1997.

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TRENDS IN REAL PROPERTY TAX BASE, MAUI COUNTY Gross valuation in thousands As of January 1 unless otherwise noted

1995

1996

1997

19981

19992

1,650,565 706,263

1,670,430 754,809

1,621,075 759,784

1,566,094 782,187

1,592,910 803,783

1,568,983 817,079

331,962 5,752

322,954 5,582

305,936 5,779

286,264 5,592

276,221 2,003

258,915 1,963

282,747 1,872

2,353,412 1,566,620

2,306,404 1,720,925

2,373,277 1,887,626

2,396,397 1,986,856

2,379,383 2,063,164

2,283,499 2,080,557

2,225,415 2,143,098

Land Improvements

1,094,595 2,871,823

1,165,620 2,526,929

981,115 2,306,606

951,692 2,210,710

954,858 2,358,814

975,562 2,346,723

1,066,582 2,681,250

Apartment Land Improvements

496,935 1,201,594

497,393 1,170,333

467,008 1,156,355

493,105 1,173,281

485,770 1,075,849

500,857 1,032,209

496,335 1,096,639

644,974 317,841

617,049 335,337

605,219 345,798

616,468 361,715

572,682 372,886

572,824 382,338

611,007 391,668

530,901 270,643

529,561 295,655

536,368 358,267

558,184 373,097

571,558 396,415

572,949 415,419

577,667 411,845

949,878 309,105

912,906 322,052

922,961 346,169

892,324 343,226

865,718 348,831

880,448 362,129

894,855 363,055

206,745 28,573

195,516 31,606

216,124 31,012

210,447 29,885

240,398 30,151

244,888 28,128

271,170 27,759

1993

1994

Improved Residential Land Improvements

1,750,295 686,675

Unimproved Residential Land Improvements Homeowner1 Land Improvements Hotel/Resort

Commercial Land Improvements Industrial Land Improvements Agricultural Land Improvements Conservation Land Improvements TOTAL

15,618,323 15,312,650 15,270,859 15,270,102 15,342,982 15,336,101 15,929,026

NOTES: Gross valuations do not include nontaxable properties. Detail may not add to totals due to rounding. 1 As 2 As

of April 14, 1998. of April 15, 1999.

SOURCE: City and County of Honolulu, Department of Finance, Real Property Assessment Division, Real Property Tax Valuations, Tax Rates & Exemptions, State of Hawaii (1992-1993 through 1999-2000 Tax Years, annual).

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LAND USE DISTRICTS, MAUI COUNTY

2

1

KALAWAO

1

4

5

MOLOKAI

LANAI

3

2 4

1

2

10

7

LAHAINA

13

WAILUKU

5

8

16

11

HANA 3

14

6

MAKAWAO (part)

MAKAWAO

KAHOOLAWE

12

9

17

15

LAND USE DISTRICTS 4

Urban District

District Boundary Map Index

Rural District

HANA

Agriculture District

Judicial District Boundary and Name Scale: 1:593,260

Conservation District

0

4.5

9 miles

SOURCE: Hawaii State Land Use Commission, 1:24,000 and U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, TIGER/Line 1990.

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ESTIMATED ACREAGE OF LAND USE DISTRICTS, BY ISLANDS Total acreage, including inland water, as classified by the Hawaii State Land Use Commission under the provisions of Chapter 205, Hawaii Revised Statutes, as amended; all data are approximate

CLASSIFICATION BY STATE LAND USE COMMISSION1 Island Maui Kahoolawe Lanai Molokai

1For

Total Area2

Urban

Conservation

Agricultural

Rural

465,800 28,800 90,500 165,800

20,640 3,228 2,509

193,631 28,800 38,197 49,768

247,770 46,678 111,657

3,759 2,397 1,866

Hawaii Oahu Kauai Niihau Kaula and Lehua Other Islands3

2,573,400 386,188 353,900 45,700 400 1,900

51,754 98,140 13,147 – – –

1,306,520 156,618 198,715 – 400 1,900

1,214,485 131,430 140,785 45,700 – –

641 1,253 – – –

State Total

4,112,388

189,418

1,974,549

1,938,505

9,916

definitions, see Hawaii Revised Statutes, Section 205-2.

2

These totals differ somewhat from the official figures based on measurements by the Geography Division of the U.S. Bureau of the Census.

3

The Northwestern Hawaiian Islands, from Nihoa to Kure Atoll, excluding Midway.

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Business, Economic Development & Tourism, Land Use Commission, records.

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LAND OWNERSHIP, MAUI COUNTY

38

LAND OWNERSHIP State of Hawaii

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9

Hawaiian Home Lands

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MOLOKAI 165,760 acres 32

ÀÀ ,, @@ €€ ,, @@ €€ ÀÀ

21

9

32 1 1

Federal Government Major Private Landowners

2

Small Private Landowners (less than 5000 acres)

LANAI 90,240 acres

2

15 15

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8

MAUI 465,920 acres

8 1

1

5

6 14

6

6 6

6 8

14 6 29 14

20 20

KAHOOLAWE 28,800 acres

6

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14

14

ÀÀÀÀÀÀÀ ,,,,,,, @@@@@@@ €€€€€€€ ,,,,,,, @@@@@@@ €€€€€€€ ÀÀÀÀÀÀÀ ,,,,,,, @@@@@@@ €€€€€€€ ÀÀÀÀÀÀÀ ,,,,,,, @@@@@@@ €€€€€€€ ÀÀÀÀÀÀÀ ,,,,,,, @@@@@@@ €€€€€€€ ÀÀÀÀÀÀÀ 14 20ÀÀÀÀÀÀÀ ,,,,,,, @@@@@@@ €€€€€€€ ,,,,,,, @@@@@@@ €€€€€€€ ÀÀÀÀÀÀÀ ,,,,,,, @@@@@@@ €€€€€€€ ÀÀÀÀÀÀÀ ,,,,,,, @@@@@@@ €€€€€€€ ÀÀÀÀÀÀÀ 20 ,,,,,,, @@@@@@@ €€€€€€€ ÀÀÀÀÀÀÀ

7 27 27

SOURCE: © University of Hawaii Press, Atlas of Hawaii, 2nd edition (1983); Kahoolawe Conveyance Commission, May 1994.

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LAND OWNERSHIP IN THE STATE OF HAWAII

Total Acreage

Rank 1 2 3 4 5

Kamehameha Schools/Bernice Pauahi Bishop Estate Castle and Cooke, Inc. Richard S. Smart (Parker Ranch) S. M. Damon Estate C. Brewer and Co., Ltd.

341,546 149,000 140,000 121,659 97,346

6 7 8 9 10

Alexander and Baldwin, Inc. James Campbell Estate AMFAC, Inc. Molokai Ranch, Ltd. *Gay and Robinson

95,340 79,039 65,039 56,217 55,800

11 12 13 14 15

Theo H. Davies and Co., Ltd. *Niihau Ranch McCandless Properties Haleakala Ranch Maui Land and Pineapple Co., Inc.

50,887 46,065 34,418 32,701 29,000

16 17 18 19 20

W. H. Shipman, Ltd. *World Union Industrial Corp. Yee Hop Ltd. Grove Farm Co., Inc. *Ulupalakua Ranch Inc.

23,350 23,206 22,391 22,223 20,313

21 22 23 24 25

Puu-O-Hoku Ranch Queen’s Medical Center Jack B., Henry A., and Norman L. Greenwell Kealakekua Ranch Ltd. Queen Lili’uokalani Trust Estate

13,734 13,000 11,850 10,755 10,400

26 27 28 29 30

Transcontinental Development Corp. Kaupo Ranch Ltd. *Ala Moana Hawaii Properties Kaono Ulu Ranch Co., Ltd. Kahua Ranch

10,242 10,220 10,148 8,791 8,559

31 32 33 34 35

Hana Ranch *Francis H. I. Brown, et al. Kawela Plantation Development Assoc. Zion Securities *Lanihau Corp.

6,118 6,103 5,977 5,941 5,901

36 37 38

*Palani Land Trust II *Eric A. and Augustus F. Knudsen Trusts Kalua Koi Corp.

5,756 5,693 5,000

= Owns land in Maui County. * Unconfimed by owners: acreage based on compilation from REDI Atlas (Real Estate Data Corp.), or State of Hawaii Data Book, 1981 (Department of Planning and Economic Development). Source: © University of Hawaii Press, Atlas of Hawaii, 2nd Edition, 1983.

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LAND IN HAWAII OWNED BY SELECTED LARGE LANDOWNERS Ownership

1994

Eight Large Landowners Percent of Total Land Area1 Bernice P. Bishop Estate2 Richard S. Smart (Parker Ranch) Castle and Cooke, Inc. Dole Food Company, Inc. Samuel M. Damon Estate Alexander and Baldwin, Inc. C. Brewer and Company, Ltd. James Campbell Estate

1995

1996

1997

966,541 23.5

999,726 24.3

999,063 24.3

996,226 24.2

336,270 140,000

366,1983 137,5473 101,119 28,757 121,608 90,800 81,997 71,7003

366,184 137,007 100,510 28,746 121,600 93,160 80,156 71,700

366,098 136,602 100,023 28,745 121,595 93,020 79,343 70,800

4

121,982 121,608 92,900 81,9975 71,784

1

Based on area of 4,110,966 acres. As of July 1. 3 Revised. 4 Included in Dole Food Company, Inc. total. 5 Excludes 4,126 acres transferred to C. Brewer Homes, Inc. 2

SOURCE: Department of Business, Economic Development & Tourism survey of major landowners.

3.2.7

DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS ACREAGE, LESSEES, AND APPLICANTS, BY ISLANDS The Department of Hawaiian Home Lands administers land set aside for the benefit of qualified Native Hawaiians, who receive homestead leases and financial assistance from the Department

Maui Acreage1 In Homestead Use Homestead Leases Residential Agricultural Pastoral Applicant Waiting List2 Residential Agricultural Pastoral

Kaua’i

O’ahu

State Total

Moloka’i

Hawai’i

30,266 447

25,384 11,005

114,574 27,238

20,130 815

6,721 959

197,075 40,464

576 510 66 0

813 388 399 26

1778 1035 473 270

464 415 47 2

2,797 2,739 58 0

6,428 5,087 1,043 298

5,743 2,723 2,684 336

1,630 711 780 139

11,120 4,839 5,130 1,151

3,385 1,527 1,671 187

7,284 6,014 1,270 0

29,162 15,814 11,535 1,813

1

Rounded to nearest acre. Applicants may appear on waiting lists for more than one type of property; if so, they are counted more than once. The Department of Hawaiian Homelands estimated the unduplicated Statewide total number of applicants in 1994 at about 16,000. Data are subject to audit. 2

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, Annual Reports and records.

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SINGLE FAMILY HOME AND CONDOMINIUM SALES BY AREA, MAUI COUNTY Number of Sales 1999 % Chg Sales Last Yr

Area

Average Sales Price

Median Sales Price

1999 Average

1999 Median

% Chg Last Yr

% Chg Last Yr

Total Dollar Volume 1999 Volume

% Chg Last Yr

SINGLE FAMILY HOMES Central Haiku Hana Kaanapali Kapalua

189 57% $216,891 69 33% $416,540 4 -20% $641,250 27 108% $762,574 4 -20% $1,241,875

0% 30% 155% 13% 12%

$202,288 $325,000 $707,500 $650,000 $1,287,500

4% 6% 210% 16% 29%

$40,992,368 57% $28,741,265 72% $2,565,000 104% $20,589,500 135% $4,967,500 -10%

Kihei Kipahulu Kula/Ulupalakua/Kanaio Lahaina Lanai

181 1 99 29 9

79% -50% 52% 16% -18%

$297,251 $700,000 $363,600 $346,897 $124,333

8% -28% -14% -18% -54%

$248,000 $700,000 $315,440 $270,000 $140,000

7% -28% -12% 8% -13%

$53,802,366 $700,000 $35,996,370 $10,060,000 $1,119,000

93% -64% 31% -5% -63%

Makawao/Olinda/Haliimaile Maui Meadows Molokai Nahiku Napili/Kahana/Honokowai

88 45 1 1 34

28% 29% N/A N/A 70%

$240,654 $458,080 $45,000 $179,000 $450,274

-1% 3% N/A N/A -17%

$213,000 $420,000 $45,000 $179,000 $246,750

-7% 5% N/A N/A -30%

$21,177,550 $20,613,600 $45,000 $179,000 $15,309,300

26% 32% N/A N/A 41%

Olowalu Pukalani Sprecklesville/Paia/Kuau Wailea/Makena

2 63 48 43

N/A $475,000 40% $251,535 30% $322,043 39% $1,046,812

N/A 0% -36% -2%

$475,000 $253,000 $234,400 $695,000

N/A 1% -15% -23%

$950,000 $15,846,700 $15,458,087 $45,012,899

N/A 40% -17% 36%

-4%

$250,000

-2%

$334,125,505

41%

Maui Summary:

937

47%

$356,591

CONDOMINIUMS Central Kaanapali Kapalua Kihei Lahaina

68 116 50 470 41

100% 16% 47% 45% 41%

$71,157 $431,292 $413,090 $141,239 $238,239

-14% 18% -6% 7% 22%

$58,500 $395,000 $385,000 $120,500 $165,000

-30% 14% 5% 0% 43%

$4,838,697 $50,029,925 $20,654,500 $66,382,402 $9,767,783

72% 36% 38% 55% 72%

Lanai Maalaea Napili/Kahana/Honokowai Pukalani Sprecklesville/Paia/Kuau

8 76 345 4 3

60% $1,051,875 27% $167,319 27% $176,811 N/A $209,125 N/A $64,667

-30% -14% 3% N/A N/A

$1,010,000 $160,900 $155,000 $208,500 $72,000

-41% -2% -2% N/A N/A

$8,415,000 $12,716,250 $60,999,667 $836,500 $194,000

12% 9% 30% N/A N/A

Wailea/Makena

140

8%

$467,472

3%

$330,000

4%

$65,446,100

11%

Maui Summary:

1,321

33%

$227,313

-1%

$160,000

-2%

$300,280,824

31%

NOTE: In 1999, no single family home sales were reported in the Keanae and Maalaea areas, and no condominium sales were reported in the Hana, Kula/Ulupalakua/Kanaio, and Makawao/Olinda/Haliimaile areas. N/A: Not applicable. SOURCE: Maui Board of REALTORS, MLS Resale Data, December 1999.

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3.2.9

FOREST ACREAGE, MAUI COUNTY

Acreage Conservation District Forest Land Total Forest reserve land1 Private forest land2

148,587 89,257 59,330

Planted Forest Total Planted in preceding year Total standing

15,638 35 15,603

Natural Areas Number of areas Acres

6 20,073

1

State owned and privately owned lands under surrender agreement in forest reserve system.

2

Private forest land within conservation district. The majority of these lands were previously in the forest reserve system.

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Land and Natural Resources, Division of Forestry and Wildlife, records.

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Section 4

GOVERNMENT

This section presents data on election districts, registered voters and votes cast, county operating revenues, general excise and use tax base, real property valuations and rates, government debt, and the state and local tax burden. Local government in the State of Hawaii is vested in one combined city and county (Honolulu, consisting of the Island of Oahu and outlying islets), three non-metropolitan counties (Hawaii, Kauai and Maui), and one area (Kalawao County) administered by the Hawaii State Department of Health. Separate municipal governments do not exist. Official results for the primary, general and special elections are published by the Office of Elections. Reapportionment for Maui County was effected in 1992. Important sources on statistics on government include: Government in Hawaii, Tax Foundation of Hawaii; Revenue Trends (monthly tax collection reports), Hawaii State Department of Taxation; State of Hawaii Data Book, Hawaii State Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism; and Historical Statistics of Hawaii, Robert C. Schmitt. For more detail on government finances and spending, see Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, County of Maui; and Consolidated Federal Funds Report, U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, which has detail on Federal Government spending down to the county level. It is available on the Internet at http://www.census.gov/govs/www/cffr.html. The State of Hawaii does not report on its spending by county.

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4.1

MAP OF ELECTION DISTRICTS Islands of Maui and Kahoolawe LEGEND Senatorial District Boundary Representative District Boundary Precinct Boundary 08 01

4TH SEN. DIST.

with Molokai and Lanai 8TH REP. DIST.

07 03

12 02 9TH REP. DIST.

08 02

Representative District Precinct

12 02

12 01

10 06

Polling Place:

10 05

07 02

5TH SEN. DIST.

10 04 07 01

7TH REP. DIST.

10TH REP. DIST.

08 06

with Molokai and Lanai

10 03

10 01

10 07

12 03 10 08

10 02

12TH REP. DIST.

11 07

with Kauai

11 01

11 06

12 05

11TH REP. DIST.

11 05

6TH SEN. DIST.

11 04

with Kauai

Kahoolawe

4TH SEN. DIST. 7TH REP. DIST.

12 04

11 03

11 02

Molokini

9th Representative District

POLLING PLACES: 7th Representative District 1 Kamehameha III School 2 Lahaina Intermediate School 3 Lahaina Civic Center

10th Representative District 1 Kula Community Center 2 Mayor Hannibal Tavares Community Center 3 Pukalani Elementary School 4 Kahului Hongwanji Church 5 Kanoa Senior Citizen Center 6 Paia Community Center 7 Kalama Intermediate School 8 Eddie Tam Memorial Complex

8th Representative District 1 2 3 4 5 6

Honolua Methodist Church Waihee Elementary School Wailuku Community Center* Baldwin High School* Wailuku Community Center* Waikapu Community Center

11th Representative District 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Kula Elementary School Merton Kekiwi Garage Keawalai Congregational Church Kamali'i Elementary School Kihei Elementary School Trinity Episcopal Church by the Sea Kihei Community Complex Cafeteria

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Kahului Union Church* Kahului Elementary School* Lihikai Elementary/Int. School* Maui Waena Intermediate School* Iao Elementary School* Wailuku Elementary School* J. Walter Cameron Ctr. Auditorium*

12th Representative District 1 2 3 4 5

Haiku Elementary School Haiku Community Center Kaulana Pueo Church Keanae Elementary School Hana High/Elementary School * Not illustrated on map.

SOURCE: Hawaii State Office of the Lieutenant Governor, and Department of Budget and Finance, ICS Division, January 1992.

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MAP OF ELECTION DISTRICTS Island of Molokai LEGEND Senatorial District Boundary Representative District Boundary Precinct Boundary

12 02

Polling Place:

Representative District Precinct

07 09 07 08 07 07

4 TH SEN. DIST.

7 TH REP. DIST.

with Maui and Lanai

with Maui and Lanai 07 06

POLLING PLACES:

07 05

7th Representative District 5 6 7 8 9

Kilohana Community Center Kaunakakai School Maunaloa Community Center Kualapuu Elementary School McVeigh Social Hall

SOURCE: Hawaii State Office of the Lieutenant Governor, and Department of Budget and Finance, ICS Division, January 1992.

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MAP OF ELECTION DISTRICTS Island of Lanai LEGEND Senatorial District Boundary Representative District Boundary Precinct Boundary

12 02

Polling Place:

Representative District Precinct

4TH SEN. DIST. with Maui and Molokai 07 04

7TH REP. DIST.

with Maui and Molokai

POLLING PLACE:

7th Representative District 4 Lanai High/Elementary School

SOURCE: Hawaii State Office of the Lieutenant Governor, and Department of Budget and Finance, ICS Division, January 1992.

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MAP OF ELECTION DISTRICTS Islands of Kauai and Niihau LEGEND Senatorial District Boundary Lehua Island

Representative District Boundary

NIIHAU (County of Kauai)

14 08

Precinct Boundary

12 02

7TH SEN. DIST.

Polling Place:

Representative District Precinct

14TH REP. DIST.

12 07 12 06

6TH SEN. DIST.

12TH REP. DIST.

12 08

with Maui

with Maui

12 09

13 01

13 03

13TH REP. DIST.

14TH REP. DIST. with Niihau

7TH SEN. DIST.

14 07

13 04

13 06

14 06 14 05

POLLING PLACES: 12th Representative District 6 7 8 9

14 04

13 05

14 02 14 03

Hanalei District Courthouse Kilauea Neighborhood Center Anahola Hawaiian Homes Clubhouse Kapaa High School

14 01

14th Representative District

13th Representative District 1 2 3 4 5 6

13 02

Kapaa High School St. Catherine’s School Kapaa Neighborhood Center King Kaumualii School Kauai War Memorial Convention Hall Kauai High School

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Koloa Neighborhood Center Kalaheo Neighborhood Center Eleele Elementary School Hanapepe Recreation Center Kaumakani Neighborhood Center Waimea Neighborhood Center Kekaha Neighborhood Center Niihau School

SOURCE: Hawaii State Office of the Lieutenant Governor, and Department of Budget and Finance, ICS Division, January 1992.

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REGISTERED VOTERS IN GENERAL ELECTIONS, BY JUDICIAL DISTRICT, MAUI COUNTY County and District State Total Maui County1 Hana Makawao Wailuku Lahaina Lanai Molokai Kalawao1

1990*

1992

1994

1996*

1998

453,389

464,495

488,889

544,916

601,404

43,835 782 16,621 16,850 5,553 1,044 2,888 97

47,238 847 15,113 20,832 6,246 1,096 3,015 89

48,036 901 16,212 20,510 6,227 1,196 2,899 91

57,091 1,044 19,268 24,772 7,353 1,356 3,210 88

66,740 1,188 22,432 29,110 8,580 1,509 3,847 74

* Revised. 1

Kalawao County included with Maui County.

SOURCE: Hawaii State Office of Elections, World Wide Web sites http://www.hawaii.gov/elections/reslt98/general/precinct/precinct.pdf and http://www.hawaii.gov/elections/facts/reg_stat.htm, and records.

4.3

VOTES CAST IN GENERAL ELECTIONS BY JUDICIAL DISTRICT, MAUI COUNTY County and District State Total Maui County1 Hana Makawao Wailuku Lahaina Lanai Molokai Kalawao1 Absentee2

1990*

1992

1994

1996*

1998

354,144

382,882

377,011

370,230

412,520

35,106 583 12,340 12,830 3,819 832 1,841 74 2,787

38,408 641 11,361 14,963 4,713 872 1,835 71 3,952

36,589 585 10,504 13,591 3,865 892 1,783 71 5,298

36,169 599 11,006 13,641 3,898 820 1,724 58 4,423

43,382 636 12,641 15,983 4,451 923 1,880 43 6,825

* Revised. 1

Kalawao County included with Maui County.

2

Not available by districts.

SOURCE: Hawaii State Office of Elections, World Wide Web sites http://www.hawaii.gov/elections/reslt98/general/precinct/precinct.pdf and http://www.hawaii.gov/elections/facts/reg_stat.htm, and records.

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MAUI COUNTY GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS, NOVEMBER 3, 1998 U.S. SENATOR (D) INOUYE, Daniel K. (L) MALLAN, Lloyd (Jeff) (R) YOUNG, Crystal Blank Votes/Over Votes

Votes 32,326 1,261 8,086 1,709

% 74.5 2.9 18.6 3.9

U.S. REP - DIST 2 (L) CHUN, Noreen Leilehua (R) DOUGLASS, Carol J. (D) MINK, Patsy Takemoto Blank Votes/Over Votes

Votes 2,044 9,542 29,851 1,945

% 4.7 22.0 68.8 4.5

GOVERNOR/LT GOVERNOR (D) CAYETANO AND HIRONO (R) LINGLE AND KOKI (L) PEABODY AND BARTLEY Blank Votes/Over Votes

Votes 20,777 21,390 572 643

% 47.9 49.3 1.3 1.5

STATE SEN - DIST 4 (D) BUEN, Jan (Yagi) (R) CORBOY, John M. Blank Votes/Over Votes

Votes 9,732 4,603 692

% 64.8 30.6 4.6

STATE SEN - DIST 6 (D) CHUMBLEY, Avery B. (L) DYER, Michael M. (R) LAFOND, Richard Blank Votes/Over Votes

Votes 6,111 635 4,162 760

% 52.4 5.4 35.7 6.5

STATE REP - DIST 7 (R) BLUNDELL, Brian K. (D) KAHO’OHALAHALA, Sol Blank Votes/Over Votes

Votes 2,385 3,979 506

% 34.7 57.9 7.4

STATE REP - DIST 8 (D) SOUKI, Joe (R) TASSILL, Kalani Blank Votes/Over Votes

Votes 4,249 3,268 332

% 54.1 41.6 4.2

STATE REP - DIST 9 (R) KULP, Jack (D) NAKASONE, Bob Blank Votes/Over Votes

Votes 1,197 6,292 689

% 14.6 76.9 8.4

STATE REP - DIST 10 (R) EVERT, Dan (D) MORIHARA, David Blank Votes/Over Votes

Votes 2,090 5,749 590

% 24.8 68.2 7.0

STATE REP - DIST 11 (D) BROWN, Dee (R) HALFORD, Chris Blank Votes/Over Votes

Votes 3,153 5,091 558

% 35.8 57.8 6.4

MAYOR - MAUI (D) APANA, James (Kimo) (R) ARAKAWA, Alan M. Blank Votes/Over Votes

Votes 22,350 20,101 870

% 51.6 46.4 2.0

STATE REP - DIST 12 (R) FURFARO, Jay J. (D) MORITA, Hermina Blank Votes/Over Votes

Votes 864 2,124 266

% 26.6 65.3 8.2

COUNCIL - WEST (R) JOHNSON, Jo Anne (D) NAKAMURA, Dennis Y. Blank Votes/Over Votes

Votes 15,510 22,770 5,041

% 35.8 52.6 11.6

COUNCIL - WAILUKU (R) BALL, Carol (Ansai) (D) KANE, Dain P. Blank Votes/Over Votes

Votes 17,346 21,198 4,777

% 40.0 48.9 11.0

COUNCIL - KAHULUI (D) DAVIS, Mike (R) FRANCO, Norman Calvin Blank Votes/Over Votes

Votes 23,057 14,112 6,152

% 53.2 32.6 14.2

COUNCIL - UPCOUNTRY (D) MONDEN, Bob (R) TAVARES, Charmaine Blank Votes/Over Votes

Votes 17,129 21,878 4,314

% 39.5 50.5 10.0

COUNCIL - MAKAWAO (R) CLARK, Sam (D) ENRIQUES, John Wayne (G) NIKHILANANDA, Nick Blank Votes/Over Votes

Votes 9,751 24,621 3,490 5,459

% 22.5 56.8 8.1 12.6

COUNCIL - SOUTH (G) BERTRAM, Joe, III (D) BRITTON, Lynn (R) NISHIKI, Wayne K. Blank Votes/Over Votes

Votes 1,615 18,765 19,276 3,665

% 3.7 43.3 44.5 8.5

COUNCIL - LANAI (R) DE JETLEY, Alberta S. (D) HOKAMA, Riki Blank Votes/Over Votes

Votes 16,061 21,630 5,630

% 37.1 49.9 13.0

BOE - 2ND DEPT SCH COLLINS, Lance (Kawika) VICTORINO, Mike Blank Votes/Over Votes

Votes 14,384 20,574 8,424

% 33.2 47.4 19.4

SOURCE: Hawaii State Office of Elections, records.

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MAUI COUNTY GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS, OFFICE OF HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS TRUSTEES AND AMENDMENTS, NOVEMBER 3, 1998

OHA - AT LARGE AIONA, Darrow L. AIONA, Leonard (Chief) AKANA, Rowena Noelani CARPENTER, Dante Keala CLUNEY,Sam DELA CRUZ, Stewart DESOTO, A. Frenchy KALEIKINI, Lovell F. KALUA, Virginia Halemano KAMAU, William K., III KAMAUU, Mahealani KEALOHA, Gard KEALOHA, Samuel L., Jr.

Votes 768 1,199 2,552 871 555 206 2,280 555 507 390 1,124 314 1,288

% 3.4 5.2 11.2 3.8 2.4 0.9 10.0 2.4 2.2 1.7 4.9 1.4 5.6

OHA - AT LARGE (continued) KEKAI, Hank (Kupuna) MEYERS, Willy MONTGOMERY, Bill NAPEAHI, Kanak PA, Leimamo Josephine PRIGGE, Joseph, Jr. SABEY, John L. (Kione) SHIBATA-KAILIANU,Raynette TRASK, Mililani WATSON, B. Mokihana WONG, Jimmy WONGHAM, Greg Blank Votes/Over Votes

Votes 313 181 186 225 310 45 34 134 3,969 592 442 281 3,563

% 1.4 0.8 0.8 1.0 1.4 0.2 0.1 0.6 17.3 2.6 1.9 1.2 15.6

OHA - MAUI CAMPOS, Herbert Kuualoha HAO, Louis KAHO’OHANOHANO, David E. KALALAU, Sam III KAMA, Natalie Tasha KIA-KIRLAND, Rose Kaloke Blank Votes/Over Votes

Votes 1,193 1,295 1,300 1,898 741 907 294

% 15.6 17.0 17.0 24.9 9.7 11.9 3.9

OHA - OAHU AGARD, Louis K. (Buzzy) AMARAL, Annelle C. AMONG, Les A. HAO, Reginald HEE, Clayton KAMALI’I Kina’u Boyd KIYOHIRO, Larry Joy Blank Votes/Over Votes

Votes 200 684 133 588 2,963 2,092 327 641

% 2.6 9.0 1.7 7.7 38.8 27.4 4.3 8.4

CONSTITUIONAL AMENDMENT: Give State Legislature power to reserve marriage to opposite-sex couples Votes % YES 29,665 68.4 NO 12,419 28.6 Blank Votes/Over Votes 1,298 3.0

CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION: Should one be held? Votes YES 14,365 NO 25,792 Blank Votes/Over Votes 3,225

% 33.1 59.5 7.4

MAUI CHARTER: Hold 2 non-partisan elections to elect Mayor and Council Votes % YES 20,923 48.3 NO 16,781 38.7 Blank Votes/Over Votes 5,617 13.0

MAUI CHARTER:Fill vacancies on County Council by appointment if remaining term is less than 15 months, or by special election if remaining term is 15 months or more Votes % YES 28,927 66.8 NO 8,721 20.1 Blank Votes/Over Votes 5,673 13.1

NOTE: Descriptions of Constitutional and Maui Charter issues are not given in official wording.

SOURCE: Hawaii State Office of Elections, records.

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COUNTY STATEMENT OF REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES, ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUND TYPES AND EXPENDABLE TRUST FUNDS, MAUI COUNTY In thousands of dollars; for year ended June 30

Revenues: Real Property Taxes Other Taxes Intergovernmental Revenues Charges for Services Licenses and Permits Revenues from Use of Money and Property Fines and Forfeitures Other Sources Subtotal Other Sources: Bond/Loan Proceeds TOTAL Revenues + Other Sources

Expenditures: Management and Other Public Safety Sanitation Highway and Streets Social Welfare Culture and Recreation Legislative Capital Outlay Debt Service: Principal Interest Refunding Bond Issuance Cost TOTAL Expenditures

1994

1995

1996

1997

1998

1999

79,327 8,415 37,461 18,176 6,170

74,270 8,715 39,778 19,572 6,149

72,108 9,980 42,014 21,016 6,845

74,141 10,791 49,833 21,666 6,930

75,185 11,041 50,568 21,866 7,042

74,812 10,911 39,213 23,125 7,576

3,579 1,182 4,986

4,517 980 5,818

3,591 814 6,749

3,416 822 5,928

3,126 683 6,658

2,442 823 6,111

159,296

159,798

163,116

173,528

176,169

165,014

24,998

23,390

16,465

7,136

42,192

11,600

184,294

183,188

179,580

180,664

218,361

176,614

33,894 31,638 15,767 8,831 14,013 9,675 1,989 54,317 6,468 5,729 173

35,225 33,813 16,807 8,581 15,874 10,588 2,343 51,908 6,809 6,738

38,075 34,533 17,767 8,865 18,210 11,754 2,189 36,715 7,070 7,649

39,648 35,287 17,819 9,413 18,828 12,458 2,483 48,454 7,959 8,296

41,598 37,461 18,912 9,870 21,545 13,085 3,039 46,257 8,463 8,862

36,851 38,331 18,444 9,105 20,585 13,868 3,103 38,151 9,604 9,837

182,494

188,687

182,827

200,645

209,092

197,878

SOURCE: County of Maui, Department of Finance, Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (Fiscal years ending June 30) 1994-1999.

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STATE TAX COLLECTIONS, MAUI COUNTY FISCAL YEARS ENDING JUNE 30

Source of Revenue

1995

1996

1997

1998

(5,904) 1,541 3,980,300

3,943 272 4,308,790

1,157 257 4,558,664

7,062 1,727 5,021,914

17,924 508 5,005,842

General Excise License/Fees1 General Excise and Use Tax

84,136 96,420,134

96,017 102,572,429

89,745 109,863,184

79,087 105,128,667

78,759 117,923,716

Income, Corporate Declaration of Estimated Taxes Payment with Returns Refunds

1,957,578 296,373 (2,627,231)

1,867,031 496,805 (1,204,693)

1,942,699 185,563 (1,005,320)

1,901,657 256,247 (1,468,719)

3,031,846 306,127 (1,503,459)

Income, Individual Declaration of Estimated Taxes Payment with Returns Witholding Tax on Wages Refunds

13,942,214 5,060,270 36,987,160 (28,269,877)

11,360,351 5,896,058 39,907,885 (24,224,351)

14,170,827 6,020,561 50,378,741 (26,193,447)

16,014,201 7,890,511 50,016,699 (21,591,253)

20,883,037 8,774,885 50,778,036 (23,703,573)

5,501,888 5,386,392 7,948,315 304,231

6,147,984 5,367,076 8,461,803 300,121

6,150,059 5,448,308 9,767,653 124,063

5,963,129 5,594,869 10,756,459 73,378

6,067,932 5,878,030 10,494,247 68,946

1,942

1,861

2,042

2,015

3,070

19,068,148

21,441,079

20,310,581

12,536,880

20,740,162

175

190

185

170

190

166,037,785

182,800,651

201,815,522

198,184,700

224,846,224

Banks/Financial Corporations Employment Security Contributions Fuel

Liquor and Permits Motor Vehicle Tax/Fees2 Public Service Company Tobacco and Licenses Transient Accomodation Fees / Time Share Occupancy Fees3 Transient Accomodation Tax / Time Share Occupancy Tax1,3 All Others4 TOTAL

1999

NOTE: Due to rounding, details may not add to total. 1

Gross collection–does not reflect allocation to Special Funds.

2

Includes State Motor Vehicle Weight Tax, Registration Fees, Commercial Driver’s License, Periodic Motor Vehicle Inspection Fees, Rental Vehicle Registration Fees and Rental Vehicle Surcharge Tax.

3 Time 4

Share Occupancy Fees and Taxes were first collected in 1999.

Includes Fuel Retail Dealer Permits and Penalty & Interest–Fuel.

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Taxation, State Tax Collections and Distribution (fiscal year summary tables), 1995-1999.

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ESTIMATED REAL PROPERTY TAX REVENUE, MAUI COUNTY In thousands of dollars

Assessor’s Gross Valuation as of 4/14/991 Land Improvement Exemptions1

1,633,290

Assessor’s Net Taxable Valuation Half of Valuation on Appeal Number of Appeals Valuation for Tax Rate Purposes Land Improvement Amount to be Raised by Taxation2 1

Data exclude nontaxable properties.

2

For fiscal year beginning July 1.

15,929,026 7,994,761 7,934,265

14,295,736 251,246 330 14,044,490 7,448,417 6,596,073 82,430

SOURCE: City and County of Honolulu, Department of Finance, Real Property Assessment Division, Real Property Tax Valuations, Tax Rates and Exemptions, 1999-2000 Tax Year, State of Hawaii (July 1999).

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REAL PROPERTY TAX RATES, MAUI COUNTY Dollars per $1,000 net taxable value

Rate Fiscal Year 1999-2000

Land Use Class LAND Homeowner Improved Residential Unimproved Residential Apartment Hotel/resort

3.71 5.04 5.04 5.04 8.48

Commercial Industrial Agricultural Conservation

6.89 6.89 5.04 5.04

IMPROVEMENT Homeowner Improved Residential Unimproved Residential Apartment Hotel and Resort

3.71 5.04 5.04 5.04 8.48

Commercial Industrial Agricultural Conservation

6.89 6.89 5.04 5.04

SOURCE: City and County of Honolulu, Department of Finance, Real Property Assessment Division, Real Property Tax Valuations, Tax Rates and Exemptions, 1999-2000 Tax Year, State of Hawaii (July 1999).

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STATE AND LOCAL TAX AND FEE BURDEN, TAXES AND FEES RELATED TO POPULATION AND PERSONAL INCOME, BY STATE FISCAL YEAR 1994-1995 PER CAPITA COLLECTIONS1

State

Total Amount Rank

Taxes Only Amount Rank

Fees and Assessments Amount Rank

PER CAPITA TAX BURDEN AS A % OF PER CAPITA INCOME2 %

Total Rank

Taxes Only % Rank

HAWAII

3,868

6

3,058

6

810

8

16.2%

8

12.8%

7

U.S. Average

3,169



2,514



655



14.7%



11.7%



Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California

2,536 5,623 2,722 2,307 3,310

46 1 39 51 12

1,713 4,460 2,292 1,765 2,570

51 1 29 50 15

823 1,163 430 543 739

7 1 49 38 15

14.3% 23.9% 14.7% 13.9% 14.9%

34 1 28 40 23

9.6% 19.0% 12.4% 10.6% 11.6%

50 1 10 43 25

Colorado Connecticut Delaware Dist. of Columbia Florida

3,058 4,100 3,634 4,870 2,967

21 4 8 2 26

2,333 3,687 2,704 4,401 2,252

26 4 12 2 31

725 412 930 469 714

17 50 3 46 20

14.0% 14.1% 16.0% 15.5% 13.9%

38 36 10 15 39

10.7% 12.7% 11.9% 14.0% 10.6%

41 8 17 3 44

Georgia Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa

2,949 2,739 3,092 2,920 3,253

29 37 19 31 16

2,215 2,062 2,619 2,201 2,466

32 40 14 34 20

735 677 473 719 787

16 26 44 19 9

14.9% 15.3% 13.2% 14.5% 16.2%

22 17 47 32 9

11.2% 11.5% 11.2% 11.0% 12.3%

33 26 36 39 13

Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland

3,018 2,594 2,599 2,908 3,272

23 43 42 33 15

2,369 2,101 1,839 2,466 2,758

24 38 47 19 10

648 493 761 441 514

29 42 13 48 41

14.6% 14.7% 14.8% 14.9% 13.3%

30 27 24 21 45

11.5% 11.9% 10.5% 12.7% 11.2%

30 16 46 9 34

Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri

3,528 3,153 3,835 2,500 2,639

10 17 7 48 40

2,980 2,454 2,996 1,776 2,148

8 21 7 49 36

548 699 839 724 491

36 24 5 18 43

13.9% 14.3% 17.4% 16.0% 12.9%

41 33 3 12 48

11.7% 11.1% 13.6% 11.4% 10.5%

20 37 5 31 45

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FISCAL YEAR 1994-1995 PER CAPITA COLLECTIONS1

State

Total Amount Rank

Taxes Only Amount Rank

Fees and Assessments Amount Rank

PER CAPITA TAX BURDEN AS A % OF PER CAPITA INCOME2 %

Total Rank

Taxes Only % Rank

Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey

2,575 3,105 3,307 2,738 3,884

45 18 13 38 5

2,038 2,398 2,567 2,267 3,285

42 23 16 30 5

537 708 740 471 599

39 22 14 45 32

14.7% 15.0% 14.6% 11.7% 14.1%

29 20 31 51 37

11.6% 11.6% 11.3% 9.7% 11.9%

22 23 32 49 18

New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio

2,790 4,696 2,910 2,960 2,962

35 3 32 28 27

2,147 3,933 2,210 2,183 2,405

37 3 33 35 22

643 764 701 776 557

30 11 23 10 34

16.7% 18.2% 15.1% 16.0% 14.2%

5 2 18 13 35

12.9% 15.3% 11.5% 11.8% 11.6%

6 2 27 19 24

Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina

2,591 3,072 2,998 3,049 2,812

44 20 25 22 34

1,935 2,309 2,477 2,660 1,922

44 27 17 13 45

656 763 521 388 890

27 12 40 51 4

14.8% 15.3% 13.5% 13.8% 15.9%

26 16 44 42 14

11.1% 11.5% 11.2% 12.0% 10.9%

38 28 35 15 40

South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont

2,382 2,468 2,620 2,768 3,016

50 49 41 36 24

1,914 1,790 2,066 2,059 2,469

46 48 39 41 18

468 677 553 709 548

47 25 35 21 37

12.3% 12.9% 13.5% 16.5% 15.1%

50 49 43 6 19

9.9% 9.4% 10.7% 12.3% 12.4%

48 51 42 14 11

Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming

2,941 3,554 2,523 3,485 3,299

30 9 47 11 14

2,307 2,728 1,955 2,831 2,358

28 11 43 9 25

634 826 569 654 941

31 6 33 28 2

13.2% 16.0% 14.8% 16.8% 16.3%

46 11 25 4 7

10.4% 12.3% 11.5% 13.7% 11.7%

47 12 29 4 21

1

Population excluding armed forces overseas at July 1 as estimated by the U.S. Department of Commerce.

2

Fiscal year taxes and fees as a percentage of prior calendar year personal income.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, State and Local Government Finance Estimates, by State: 1994-1995, World Wide Web site http://www.census.gov/govs/www/esti95.html, after Tax Foundation of Hawaii, Government in Hawaii (1995, annual).

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PUBLIC BONDED DEBT OF STATE AND MAUI COUNTY GOVERNMENTS In millions of dollars; as of December 31, unless noted

Year

Total Bonded Debt1

State Debt

Maui County

1966 1967 1968 1969

412.3 472.9 533.8 631.3

205.6 262.4 317.9 423.1

9.0 8.4 11.7 11.0

1970 1971 1972 1973 1974

742.0 925.5 1,080.4 1,219.4 1,274.4

536.1 679.3 804.1 944.1 1,005.2

10.4 25.4 24.6 23.9 23.2

1975 1976 1977 1978 1979

1,435.9 1,667.2 1,775.7 1,916.8 1,971.9

1,185.6 1,385.9 1,483.1 1,607.1 1,677.6

22.4 21.0 19.6 18.2 16.8

1980 1981 1982 1983 1984

2,054.3 2,217.9 2,359.5 2,545.4 2,715.7

1,764.9 1,883.6 2,039.3 2,235.8 2,391.5

22.4 21.1 19.8 19.0 33.5

1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

3,131.5 3,311.8 3,298.4 3,382.3 3,710.4

2,621.2 2,720.4 2,700.7 2,728.8 2,969.9

30.8 47.2 48.8 43.1 73.6

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

4,484.5 5,298.1 6,129.5 6,924.7 6,913.5

3,394.4 4,214.0 4,842.4 5,219.6 5,015.4

110.5 108.5 134.8 170.4 185.1

1995 1996*

6,867.3 7,072.5

5,126.1 5,088.1

193.4 199.5

1 Outstanding state and county bonds, both general obligation and revenue bonds. Gross debt exclusive of cash reserves. Excludes bonds not chargeable to public funds and short-term bond anticipation notes. * Estimated at June 30, 1996. Does not include anticipated issues.

SOURCE: Tax Foundation of Hawaii, Government in Hawaii (annual, 1982-1996), Robert C. Schmitt, Historical Statistics of Hawaii (University of Hawaii Press, 1977) table 25.14.

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Section 5

AGRICULTURE & AQUACULTURE

This section includes statistics on agriculture and aquaculture. The number of and statistics about farms are presented along with the value and distribution of farm and other land based herbaculture production. Fish catches and other aquaculture statistics are given. Agriculture remains an important element in Maui County’s economy and land use patterns. Sugar and pineapple remain the largest crops, though the trend toward diversification of agriculture continues. The value of commercially caught fish has been generally declining since 1986 and this trend continued through 1993, although there has been a rise since 1994. Commercial aquaculture continues to grow in importance. The data in this section comes mainly from the U.S. Bureau of Census, the Hawaii Agriculture Statistics Service, specific crop producers, and the Hawaii State Department of Land and Natural Resources.

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AGRICULTURAL AREAS, MAUI COUNTY

LANAI Bananas, Cattle, Hogs, Papayas

MOLOKAI Bananas, Cattle, Coffee, Flowers, Hay, Hogs, Nursery Products, Papayas, Seed Crops, Vegetables

Central Maui: Cattle, Flowers, Hogs, Macadamia Nuts, Nursery Products, Pineapples, Sugarcane

West Maui: Coffee, Pineapples, Sugarcane

North and East Maui: Bananas, Cattle, Flowers, Macadamia Nuts, Nursery Products, Papayas, Taro, Tropical Specialty Fruit

MAUI South Maui: Cattle, Seed Crops, Sheep

Agricultural District

Upcountry: Bananas, Cattle, Flowers, Herbs, Hogs, Nursery Products, Pineapples, Vegetables Scale: 1:593,260

0

4.5

9 miles

Source: Hawaii Agricultural Statistics Service, Statistics of Hawaii Agriculture, 1997.

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5.1.2

TENURE AND CHARACTERISTICS OF FARM OPERATORS AND TYPES OF FARM ORGANIZATION, MAUI COUNTY

1987

1992

1997

722

850

806

359,310

355,786

292,090

397 89,698

503 118,137

460 81,616

155 234,912 D D

159 225,867 141,136 84,731

137 188,649 140,909 47,740

170 34,700

188 11,782

209 21,825

Operator Characteristics Place of Residence On farm operated Not on farm operated Not reported

480 218 44

577 219 54

536 215 55

Principal Occupation Farming Other

398 324

456 394

372 434

Days of Work Off Farm None Any 1 to 49 days 50 to 99 days 100 to 149 days 150 to 199 days 200 days or more Not reported

264 408 55 38 52 37 226 50

298 482 55 31 62 71 263 70

290 455 59 33 40 46 277 61

80 77 151 296 12.7 118

44 136 171 360 13.1 139

42 47 171 406 14.3 140

Farms Land In Farms (acres) Tenure of Operator Full Owners Farms Acres Part Owners Farms Acres Owned land in farms (acres) Rented land in farms (acres) Tenants Farms Acres

Years on Present Farm 2 years or less 3 or 4 years 5 to 9 years 10 years or more Average years on present farm Not reported

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1987

1992

1997

2 75 199 119 63 95 74 95

2 44 259 221 50 62 74 138

7 24 182 270 107 59 45 112

52.0

52.6

53.0

626 346,566

737 318,121

681 275,346

96 12,744

113 37,665

125 16,744

593 47,363

710 53,463

679 31,942

59 21,535

52 D

44 34,620

Corporation (family held) Farms Acres

44 D

46 90,740

56 101,236

Corporation (other than family held) Farms Acres

12 D

26 192,428

13 123,312

Other (cooperative, estate or trust, institutional, etc.) Farms 14 Acres 10,161

16 D

14 980

Operator Characteristics (cont.) Age Group Under 25 years 25 to 34 years 35 to 44 years 45 to 54 years 55 to 59 years 60 to 64 years 65 to 69 years 70 years and over Average age Male Farms Acres Female Farms Acres Type of Organization Individual or Family (sole proprietorship) Farms Acres Partnership Farms Acres

D: Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual farms. SOURCES: U.S. Bureau of the Census, 1987 Census of Agriculture, Geographic Area Series, Hawaii, State and County Data, AC87-A-11 (August 1989), chapter 2, table 10; 1992 Census of Agriculture, Geographic Area Series, Hawaii, State and County Data, AC92-A-11 (1994), chapter 2, table 11, p. 161-162; U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Statistics Service, 1997 Census of Agriculture, Geographic Area Series, Hawaii, State and County Data, (1998), chapter 2, table 11, p. 163-164.

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FARMS AND LAND IN FARMS, MAUI COUNTY

1987

1992

1997

722

850

806

Land in Farms Average size of farm (acres) Median size of farm (acres)

359,310 498 NA

355,786 419 NA

292,090 362 6

Estimated Market Value of Land and Buildings1 Average per farm Average per acre

873,008 1,754

1,118,184 2,671

818,342 2,258

81,608

117,143

88,989

365 223 79 25 5 25

505 232 60 24 3 26

468 233 48 29 5 23

Total Cropland Farms Acres

573 89,439

733 D

684 D

Harvested Cropland Farms Acres

496 42,952

666 39,031

605 32,243

Irrigated Land Farms Acres

410 67,198

541 61,549

480 35,031

Market Value of Agricultural Products Sold ($1,000) Crops, including nursery and greenhouse crops Livestock, poultry, and their products

153,313 140,722 12,591

164,767 153,285 11,483

128,385 116,084 12,301

Average Market Value of Agricultural Products Sold per Farm ($)

212,345

193,844

159,287

Farms

Estimated Market Value of All Machinery and Equipment1 Average per farm Farms by Size 1 to 9 acres 10 to 49 acres 50 to 179 acres 180 to 499 acres 500 to 999 acres 1,000 acres or more

1

Data are based on a sample of farms. D: Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual farms. NA: Not available. SOURCES: U.S. Bureau of the Census, 1987 Census of Agriculture, Geographic Area Series, Hawaii, State and County Data, AC87-A-11 (August 1989), chapter 2, table 1, p. 130; 1992 Census of Agriculture, Geographic Area Series, Hawaii, State and County Data , AC92-A-11 (1994), chapter 2, table 1, p. 148; U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Statstics Service, 1997 Census of Agriculture, Geographic Area Series, Hawaii, State and County Data, (1998), chapter 2, table 1, p. 150.

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NUMBER OF FARMS, FARM ACREAGE, AND FARM EMPLOYMENT, MAUI COUNTY 1992

1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

Number of Farms1

700

850 r

850 r

800 r

800 r

800

Farm Acreage (1,000)2

355

350 r

320 r

295 r

290 r

290

Farm Employment3 Self-employed farm operators Unpaid workers4 Hired workers

400 150 2,300

300 100 2,050

250 100 2,000

300 100 1,850

300 150 1,850

300 100 1,850

1

Based on farm definition of $1,000 or more of agricultural sales. Includes land not in crops and pasture, such as farm house lots, roads, woodlots, etc. 3 Average of quarterly data. 4 Includes family members and others working 15 or more hours per week. r: Revised. 2

SOURCE: Hawaii Agricultural Statistics Service, Statistics of Hawaii Agriculture (1997), Statistics of Hawaiian Agriculture (1992-1996).

5.1.5

MARKET VALUE OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS SOLD, HAWAII AND MAUI COUNTY

Subject and Year

State Total

Maui County

Total Sales ($1,000) 1978 1982 1987 1992 1997

419,251 558,608 609,740 552,054 496,935

103,564 137,196 153,313 164,767 128,325

Sales Per Farm ($) 1978 1982 1987 1992 1997

97,274 121,569 125,203 103,458 90,798

166,502 204,771 212,345 193,844 159,287

SOURCES: U.S. Bureau of the Census, 1982 Census of Agriculture, Geographic Area Series, Hawaii, State and County Data, AC82-A-11 (September 1984), chapter 2, table 3; 1987 Census of Agriculture, Geographic Area Series, Hawaii, State and County Data, AC87-A-11 (August 1989), chapter 2, table 2; 1992 Census of Agriculture, Geographic Area Series, Hawaii, State and County Data, AC92-A-11 (1994), chapter 2, table 2; U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Statistics Service, 1997 Census of Agriculture, Geographic Area Series, Hawaii, State and County Data, (1998), chapter 2, table 2.

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VALUE OF CROP AND LIVESTOCK SALES, HAWAII AND MAUI COUNTY In thousands of dollars

All Crops and Livestock

All Crops

Sugar (unprocessed cane)

Pineapple (fresh equivalent)

Other Crops

Livestock

State Total 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997

506,475 503,780 492,683 r 494,565 r 485,743

421,593 427,150 421,089 r 428,671 r 418,016

163,000 160,100 127,700 108,100 85,500

79,850 78,890 87,360 95,914 91,721

178,423 187,840 206,029 r 224,657 r 240,795

84,882 76,630 71,594 r 65,894 r 67,727

Maui County 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997

131,935 127,189 124,657 r 126,587 r 127,608

118,934 116,447 114,064 r 116,444 r 116,453

62,700 58,500 59,400 57,200 53,900

24,890 25,150 24,775 27,144 28,295

27,962 28,035 29,889 r 32,100 r 34,258

13,001 10,742 10,593 r 10,143 r 11,155

r: Revised. SOURCE: Hawaii Agricultural Statistics Service, Statistics of Hawaii Agriculture (1997), pp. 12-14.

5.1.7

ACREAGE IN CROP AND NUMBER OF CROP FARMS, MAUI COUNTY Acreage in Crop (1,000 acres) Sugarcane Pineapples (land used for pineapple) Vegetables and melons (harvested acreage)1 Fruits (excluding pineapples) Coffee Macadamia nuts All other crops2 Number of Crop Farms Sugar Pineapples3 Vegetables and melons Fruits (excluding pineapples) Coffee Macadamia nuts Taro Flowers and nursery products

1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

42.1 10.9 2.6 0.2 D D 1.9

41.9 10.8 2.6 0.3 D D 2.1

42.6 9.5 2.0 0.2 D D 2.2

42.3 9.3 1.5 0.2 D D 1.4

43.1 9.1 1.4 0.3 D D 1.2

2 5 78 52 D 9 23 102

2 4 85 61 D 11 21 102

2 3 95 74 D D 20 106

2 6 105 85 D D 22 111

2 4 105 86 D D 15 106

1

Includes ginger root. Includes taro, seed corn, feed and forage crops (excluding pineapple feed products), and flowers, foliage and nursery products. 3 Includes specialty pineapple. D: Withheld to avoid disclosure of individual operations. SOURCE: Hawaii Agricultural Statistics Service, Statistics of Hawaii Agriculture (1997), pp. 7 and 8. 2

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VALUE OF CROP SALES AND VOLUME OF CROP MARKETINGS, MAUI COUNTY 1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

Value of Crop Sales ($1,000) Sugar (unprocessed cane) Pineapples (fresh equivalent) Vegetables, ginger root, herbs & melons Fruits (excluding pineapples) Coffee (parchment) Macadamia nuts, in shell Taro Seed and forage crops Flowers and nursery products1 Total Crops2

62,700 24,890 14,371 779 D D D D 9,136 118,934

58,500 25,150 15,112 984 D D D D 7,912 116,447

59,400 24,775 13,760 1,031 D D D D 7,796 114,064

57,200 27,144 11,652 858 D D D D 7,515 116,444

53,900 28,295 11,692 1,136 D D D D 8,320 116,453

Volume of Crop Marketings Sugar, unprocessed cane (1,000 tons) Pineapples, fresh equivalent (1,000 tons) Veg., ginger, herbs & melons (1,000 lb) Fruits, excluding pineapples (1,000 lb) Coffee, parchment (1,000 lb) Macadamia nuts, in shell (1,000 lb) Taro (1,000 lb)

1,900 201 42,660 1,360 D D D

1,729 199 42,935 1,860 D D D

1,678 188 36,110 1,880 D D D

1,702 195 26,570 1,690 D D D

1,784 188 26,590 1,990 D D D

1

Flowers, foliage, and nursery products. Total crop values shown are actual. Sum of individual commodities may not add to total. Forage crops' and Forest product's value combined and included in total crop value. D: Withheld to avoid disclosure of individual operations. 2

SOURCE: Hawaii Agricultural Statistics Service, Statistics of Hawaii Agriculture (1997), pp. 10, 12, 13.

5.1.9

PINEAPPLE: NUMBER OF FARMS, ACREAGE IN CROP, VOLUME OF CROP MARKETINGS, VALUE OF CROP SALES, MAUI COUNTY 1993 Number of farms Acreage of farms (1,000 acres) Volume of marketings (fresh equivalent, 1,000 tons) Value of sales ($1,000)

1994

1995

1996

1997

5

4

3

6

4

10.9

10.8

9.5

9.3

9.1

201

199

188

195

188

24,890

25,150

24,775

27,144

28,295

NOTE: Includes specialty pineapple. SOURCE: Hawaii Agricultural Statistics Service, Statistics of Hawaii Agriculture (1997), pp. 7, 8, 10 and 12.

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SUGARCANE: NUMBER OF FARMS, ACREAGE YIELD, PRODUCTION, PRICE AND VALUE, MAUI ISLAND 1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

2

2

2

2

2

Acreage (1,000 acres) In crop1 Harvested for sugar

42.1 19.8

41.9 19.5

42.6 20.6

42.3 20.1

42.4 19.7

Yield per acre (tons)2 Sugarcane Raw sugar 96°

96.0 13.25

88.7 12.33

81.5 11.12

84.7 11.55

90.6 11.36

1,900 33.00 62.7

1,729 33.80 58.5

1,678 35.40 59.4

1,702 33.60 57.2

1,784 30.20 53.9

Mill production (1,000 tons) Raw sugar 96° Molasses4

260 72

241 69

229 74

232 75

224 90

Average returns received (dollars per ton)5 Raw sugar 96° Molasses4

360 43.00

363 43.00

387 58.90

368 55.40

359 38.00

93.6 3.1 96.7

87.5 3.0 90.5

88.6 4.4 93.0

85.4 4.2 89.6

80.4 3.4 83.8

Number of

farms1

Production of cane for sugar (1,000 tons) Farm price (dollars per ton) Value of cane for sugar ($1,000,000)3

Value of production ($1,000,000) Raw sugar 96° Molasses4 Total 1

At end of year. Yield and farm price may not compute exactly due to rounding. 3 Value of cane for sugar estimated by deducting processing and marketing costs from value of sugar and molasses. Processing costs based on toll charges by independent producers. 4 Commercial. 5 Derived from production and value. Prices may not compute exactly due to rounding. 2

SOURCE: Hawaii Agricultural Statistics Service, Statistics of Hawaii Agriculture (1997) pp. 22-23; primary data source, Hawaii Agricultural Research Center (formerly Hawaii Sugar Planters’ Association).

5.1.11

SUGAR COMPANIES, ACREAGE AND PRODUCTION, MAUI COUNTY Total Caneland Acreage

Acres Harvested

Production (short tons)

Tons Sugar Per Harvested Acre

A&B-Hawaii, Inc. Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Company

36,593

16,457

206,217

12.53

AMFAC/JMB Hawaii, Inc. Pioneer Mill Co., Ltd.

6,241

3,057

34,299

11.22

121,140

64,328

658,538

10.24

Total all companies in State of Hawaii

SOURCE: Hawaiian Sugar Planters’ Association, Hawaiian Sugar Manual (1995), p. 3.

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LIVESTOCK: NUMBER OF OPERATIONS, VOLUME OF MARKETINGS, AND VALUE OF SALES, MAUI COUNTY

Number of Livestock Operations, December 31 Cattle1 Hogs Milk Eggs Honey2 Volume of Livestock Marketings Beef (dressed weight; 1,000 lb)3 Pork (dressed weight; 1,000 lb) Milk (million lb) Eggs (million) Honey (1,000 lb) Value of Livestock Sales ($1,000) Cattle4 Hogs5 Milk Eggs Total livestock sales6

1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

200 60 5 7 4

190 70 5 7 4

190 70 5 7 2

190 70 5 7 5

190 70 5 7 5

3,569 1,562 D D D

2,721 1,491 D D D

2,055 1,584 D D D

2,665 1,361 D D D

2,844 933 D D D

6,623 1,655 D D 13,001

4,500 1,521 D D 10,742

3,511 1,668 D D 10,585

2,872 1,513 D D 10,127

4,345 1,008 D D 11,155

1

Includes beef, dairy, and dairy replacement operations. Oahu combined with Maui, Molokai and Lanai to avoid disclosure of individual operations. 3 Includes slaughter cattle, but excludes calves shipped out-of-state. 4 Excludes interfarm sales; includes out-of-state sales of slaughter cattle and feeder calves. 5 Excludes interfarm sales; includes out-of-state sales of slaughter animals. 6 Sum of individual commodities may not add to total. Includes sheep, wool, turkeys, horses, honey, beeswax, broilers and chickens. D: Withheld to avoid disclosure of individual operations. 2

SOURCE: Hawaii Agricultural Statistics Service, Statistics of Hawaii Agriculture (1997), pp. 9, 11 and 14.

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5.1.13

VEGETABLES, MELONS AND TARO, ACREAGE, PRODUCTION AND VALUE, MAUI COUNTY

Commodity

1992

1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

HARVESTED ACREAGE1 Beans, snap Cabbage, head Celery Corn, sweet Cucumbers

120 410 25 90 50

45 400 25 95 65

25 390 20 30 60

30 370 20 45 70

37 315 20 50 140

45 300 20 25 155

Lettuce Onions, dry Onions, green Peppers, green Romaine

90 115 20 195 85

70 160 15 245 105

30 170 15 195 100

30 205 15 105 110

25 200 15 15 85

15 180 10 5 90

Squash, Italian Sweet potatoes Tomatoes Watermelon Other Vegetables & Melons2

65 130 130 595 470

75 130 150 490 538

60 145 130 645 536

45 155 190 360 263

35 95 215 60 258

40 70 245 5 250

2,590

2,608

2,551

2,013

1,565

1,455

115

90

75

85

85

85

Total Vegetables & Melons 3

Taro

PRODUCTION (1,000 pounds) Beans, snap Cabbage, head Celery Corn, sweet Cucumbers

465 9,800 560 740 830

240 9,800 650 520 920

140 7,900 450 130 930

220 8,000 380 160 900

245 7,300 300 185 2,500

350 6,700 370 130 2,600

Lettuce Onions, dry Onions, green Peppers, green Romaine

750 1,090 210 2,760 900

640 1,750 170 2,470 1,070

300 2,070 150 2,475 1,150

240 2,265 150 1,300 1,140

200 1,980 120 160 960

100 1,690 105 60 1,150

Squash, Italian Sweet potatoes Tomatoes Watermelon Other Vegetables & Melons2

700 1,580 2,430 7,690 7,480

710 1,300 3,540 10,300 8,290

600 1,500 3,270 13,440 8,153

410 1,500 4,900 9,950 4,355

380 1,100 5,580 1,750 3,460

350 800 8,070 95 3,730

37,985

42,370

42,658

35,870

26,220

26,300

1,040

880

980

1,240

1,100

900

Total Vegetables & Melons Taro (marketings)

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Commodity

1992

1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

VALUE ($1,000) Beans, snap Cabbage, head Celery Corn, sweet Cucumbers

438 2,117 140 292 382

215 1,842 169 151 373

149 1,659 115 104 372

228 1,784 118 105 342

256 1,351 79 114 988

359 1,380 102 98 832

Lettuce Onions, dry Onions, green Peppers, green Romaine

300 1,226 189 1,568 333

315 1,589 163 1,405 380

168 2,215 152 1,309 411

106 2,587 171 723 473

80 2,344 132 79 341

41 1,658 111 30 414

Squash, Italian Sweet potatoes Tomatoes Watermelon Other Vegetables & Melons2

290 569 1,446 1,192 2,388

320 547 1,965 1,597 2,588

288 807 1,645 2,043 2,919

209 816 2,239 1,602 1,694

181 558 2,751 277 1,308

179 432 4,064 18 1,351

12,870

13,619

14,356

13,197

10,839

11,069

443

447

502

610

568

450

Total Vegetables & Melons 3

Taro

1 For vegetables and melons, acreage harvested (e.g., one acre planted and harvested three times during the year equals three harvested acres). For taro, average acreage in crop during the year; does not include acreage used primarily for leaf production.. 2 Only selected items are shown separately. All other vegetables and melons for the island are included in the other vegetables and melons category. 3

Oahu combined with Maui and Molokai to avoid disclosure of individual operations.

SOURCES: Hawaii Agricultural Statistics Service, Hawaii Vegetables, Annual Report of Harvested Acreage, Production and Farm Values, October 1998, p. 4; Statistics of Hawaii Agriculture (1997), p. 67.

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5.1.14

FLORICULTURE AND NURSERY PRODUCTS, MAUI COUNTY Number of farms and growing area

Number of Farms

Greenhouse (1,000 sq ft)

State Total 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997

686 662 660 705 690 670

3,880 4,565 3,770 3,770 r 2,820 2,805

Maui/Molokai 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997

104 102 102 106 111 106

275 285 310 270 230 235

Artificial Shade (1,000 sq ft) 22,025 19,955 21,600 24,215 r 23,405 23,885

Natural Shade (Acres)

Open Field (Acres)

Total (Acres)

13 21 18 15 10 10

1,890 1,800 1,690 2,040 1,600 1,535

2,497 2,384 2,290 2,698 2,212 2,158

* 0 0 0 0 0

440 450 480 450 415 295

461 470 499 465 428 308

650 585 505 375 335 345

* Less than 1/2 acre. r: Revised. SOURCE: Hawaiian Agricultural Statistics Service, Statistics of Hawaii Agriculture (1997), p. 34.

5.1.15

FLORICULTURE AND NURSERY PRODUCTS, BY COMMODITY, MAUI COUNTY Value of grower sales ($1,000) Commodity

1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

Cut Flowers1 Orchids2 Lei Flowers Foliage3 Potted Flowering Plants All Other Nursery Products4 Unspecified Sales5 Total

1,960 619 1,102 D D 5,300 155 9,136

2,283 487 1,096 D D 3,710 336 7,912

2,188 r 470 r 1,331 D D 3,533 274 7,796r

2,371 744 1,228 D D 2,923 249 7,515

2,202 D D D D 5,807 311 8,320

1

Cut orchids included in “Orchids“ category. Excludes orchids used for lei flowers. 3 Includes potted, cut and unfinished. 4 Includes bedding plants, plant rentals, sod, trees, and any other nursery products not elsewhere classified. 5 Includes grower sales greater than $999 but less than $10,000 which were not categorized. D: Data not shown separately to avoid disclosure of individual operations. r: Revised. SOURCE: Hawaiian Agricultural Statistics Service, Statistics of Hawaii Agriculture (1997), p. 27. 2

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AQUACULTURE OPERATIONS AND PRODUCTION, MAUI COUNTY

PRODUCTION (1,000 LB.) Number of operations

Acreage (Dec. 31)

Total

Shellfish

Finfish

Algae

1989

4

13

7.5

7.2

0.3

NA

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

5 8 9 10 18

13 15 16 20 30

14.3 32.0 62.5 29.0 60.1

14.0 32.0 38.5 21.0 46.0

0.3 NA 19.0 3.0 14.1

NA 5.0 5.0 NA

1995 1996

18 19

35 40

50.1 75.1

40.0 60.0

10.1 15.1

NA

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Land and Natural Resources, Aquaculture Development Program, records.

5.2.2

AQUACULTURE PRODUCTION VALUE, MAUI COUNTY At farm gate ($1,000)

Maui

Total

Shellfish

Finfish

Algae

Other1

1989

42.9

42.0

0.9

NA

NA

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

76.9 145.0 243.1 128.0 328.1

76.0 145.0 188.6 110.0 272.0

0.9 NA 46.0 9.5 56.1

NA 8.5 8.5 NA

NA NA NA NA NA

1995 1996

279.1 402.8

240.2 350.0

38.2 52.8

NA

0.7 NA

1

Non-food products, e.g., ornamental fish, seedstock. NA: Data not reported. SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Land and Natural Resources, Aquaculture Development Program, records.

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5.2.3

COMMERCIAL FISH LANDINGS, MAUI COUNTY Year ended June 30

Year

Pounds Landed

Pounds Sold

Value ($)

1982 1983 1984

792,504 944,045 889,715

734,258 899,995 810,257

873,251 1,109,356 1,083,651

1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

862,333 1,007,255 1,120,497 961,337 698,000

810,599 915,637 1,026,307 851,858 596,620

1,140,578 1,659,720 1,919,196 1,780,096 1,363,703

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

777,385 744,805 854,282 516,909 624,147

624,466 602,325 692,870 409,498 486,682

1,428,937 1,390,838 1,596,576 1,050,460 1,226,805

1995 1996 1997 1998

731,447 783,394 705,624 793,378

586,398 620,343 546,863 638,085

1,597,826 1,577,195 1,436,087 1,627,632

SOURCE: State of Hawaii, Department of Land and Natural Resources, Division of Aquatic Resources, Commercial Marine Landings, State of Hawaii, fiscal year reports.

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5.2.4

SEA SPECIES COMMONLY CAUGHT NEAR FISH AGGREGATING DEVICES, MAUI COUNTY Pounds landed in year ending June 30

Species

1994

1995

1996

1997

Aku Bigeye Yellowfin Kawakawa Tuna (misc.)

19,889 868 21,996 115 50

41,737 5,509 112,697 147 1

13,497 353 17,665 108 88

14,651 77 18,256 87 —

Black Marlin Blue Marlin Striped Marlin Sailfish Shortbill Spearfish

— 36,755 8,241 — 926

— 6,442 3,029 24 604

220 38,679 4,994 28 619

— 16,084 4,495 27 693

Kahala Kaku Kamanu Keokeo Mahimahi

— — — — 46,755

40 — 142 — 50,227

— — 57 7 30,156

— 23 11 — 44,824

Mako Mano Ono Opelu Uku

350 5,216 7,851 — —

— 250 9,901 — 5

— 1,385 5,586 12 —

— 1,095 9,458 137 —

Other

133

11

73

19

149,145

230,766

113,527

109,937

19

18

14

19

Total Devices Available

NOTES: Fish aggregating devices are non-navigational buoys placed several miles offshore to attract fish. Data is incomplete due to late submission and processing of fish catch records.

SOURCE: State of Hawaii, Department of Land and Natural Resources, Division of Aquatic Resources, Commercial Marine Landings, State of Hawaii, fiscal year reports.

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5.3.1

AGRICULTURAL LANDHOLDINGS OF FOREIGN OWNERS, MAUI COUNTY

Parcels Acres Reported Value ($1,000)1

Use (acres) Crop Land Pasture Forest Other Agriculture Other Non-agriculture Total

1

60,300 165,293

2,708 47,668 1,140 8,184 600 60,300

Repoted value is purchase price or non-purchase price (estimated value) at time of acquisition.

SOURCE: Hawaiian Agricultural Statistics Service, Statistics of Hawaiian Agriculture, (1995, annual), from “Foreign ownership of U.S. agricultural land through December 31, 1995,” Economic Research Service, USDA, ERS Statistical Bulletin No. 931.

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Communication & Transportation

Section 6

COMMUNICATION & TRANSPORTATION

This section covers statistics on communications and transportation. Newspapers, radio and television station statistics are included in the first section (6.1). Under transportation, statistics on fuel usage, rental cars, registered drivers, aircraft and water craft facilities and freight traffic are presented. With almost 45,000 tons of cargo and mail passing through Kahului Airport and just under 3,000,000 tons passing through Kahului Harbor, water transport remains the primary way goods reach Maui. The transportation statistics are mostly taken from the Hawaii State Department of Transportation.

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AVERAGE PAID CIRCULATION OF THE MAUI NEWS For 12 month period ending March 31

Year

Monday-Thursday

Friday

Sunday

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

17,230 17,531 17,845 18,334 18,615

20,383 20,728 21,089 21,504 21,691

19,405 19,939 20,822 21,827 22,246

1995 1996 1997 1998

18,816 18,379 17,710 17,142

21,865 21,234 20,346 19,634

23,441 23,866 23,992 24,098

SOURCE: Audit Bureau of Circulations, “Maui News Audit Report,” 1990-1998.

6.1.2

AVERAGE DISTRIBUTION OF OTHER NEWSPAPERS, MAUI COUNTY

Haleakala Times Lahaina News South Maui Times The Lana’i Times The Molokai Advertiser-News

12,000 12,000 12,000 3,000 5,500

bi-monthly bi-monthly weekly monthly weekly

SOURCE: South Maui Times, Lahaina News, The Molokai Advertiser-News, The Lana’i Times, and Haleakala Times, staff.

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CABLE TELEVISION COMPANIES, SUBSCRIBERS AND REVENUES, BY COUNTIES Maui

Hawaii

Honolulu

Kauai

2 2 2 3 3

3 2 2 2 2

2 2 2 2 2

2 2 1 1 1

6 4 3 4 2

Subscribers Dec. 31, 1995 Dec. 31, 1996 Dec. 31, 1997 Dec. 31, 1998 Dec. 31, 1999

34,652 35,507 35,937 49,761 51,835

32,223 32,876 32,926 34,459 34,268

251,863 252,261 254,167 256,436 253,981

20,100 20,306 17,408 17,679 18,189

338,838 340,950 340,438 358,335 358,273

Basic Service Revenue ($1,000) 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

9,589 9,706 10,200 11,797 12,719

7,020 9,068 9,486 10,674 12,107

48,852 53,627 60,045 65,650 72,522

4,261 4,884 5,369 5,615 5,783

69,722 77,285 85,099 93,735 103,131

Number of Companies1 Dec. 31, 1995 Dec. 31, 1996 Dec. 31, 1997 Dec. 31, 1998 Dec. 31, 1999

State Total

1 State totals are unduplicated figures; one company provided service to three counties.

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs, Cable Television Division, records.

6.1.4

RADIO AND TELEVISION BROADCASTING STATIONS IN OPERATION, MAUI COUNTY Station Commercial Stations AM FM TV2 Non-commercial Stations AM FM TV2 1 2

State Total

Maui County

28 36 20

41 9 5

1 5 2

– 1 1

Excludes one commercal AM station with studio on Oahu but transmitter on Molokai. Includes satellites but excludes translators and cable television.

SOURCE: Federal Communications Commission, Mass Media Bureau, Audio Services and Video Services Divisions, records.

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LIQUID FUEL TAX BASE, MAUI COUNTY Thousands of gallons 1992

1993

1994

1995

Total

90,903

92,744

103,581

108,258

Gasoline

47,004

48,211

50,324

Diesel Oil, Non-highway

34,431

38,421

Diesel Oil, Highway Use

2,441

Liquid Petroleum Gas, Off Highway Liquid Petroleum Gas, Highway Use

1997

1998

1999

105,444

111,889

111,316

125,852

50,852

51,854

52,863

52,855

54,543

36,790

37,482

32,694

32,361

26,735

31,191

2,616

3,235

2,920

3,453

3,743

3,987

4,564

511

515

532

547

569

609

560

602

40

36

27

30

26

21

22

20

16,426

16,847

22,293

27,157

34,931

Small Boats, Gasoline Aviation Fuel 1 1993

1996

2

1

6,475

2,944

12,669

is low due to change in carrier fueling and new fuel storage tank.

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Taxation, Liquid Fuel Tax Base, and Tax Collections, Calendar Year Ending December 31 (1992-1999, annual).

6.2.2

GASOLINE AVERAGE PRICES PER GALLON, FOR ALL U.S. CITIES AND OAHU, ANNUAL AVERAGES In dollars; average prices include all applicable federal, state, and county taxes

Year

U.S.

Oahu

1984

1.198

1.450

1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

1.196 0.931 0.957 0.964 1.060

1.392 1.206 1.233 1.293 1.365

1990 1991

1.217 1.196

1.479 1.560

SOURCE: Based on data in the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, CPI Detailed Report (monthly). The 1984-1986 Honolulu prices and all U.S. averages are actual values; the 1987-1991 Honolulu prices are estimates based on actual prices for the last half of 1986 and CPI(U) changes for gasoline for subsequent years.

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HIGHWAY DISTANCES, ISLAND OF MAUI Route

Statute Miles

Wailuku-Kahului Wailuku-Kahului Airport Wailuku-Hana, via Keanae Wailuku-Hana, via Kaupo Wailuku-Haleakala summit

2.3 4.2 53.7 59.8 38.2

Wailuku-Makena Wailuku-Lahaina, via Kahakuloa Wailuku-Lahaina, via Olowalu Kahului-Kihei Lahaina-Wailea

17.6 38.0 20.9 7.9 32.4

Lahaina-Napili Lahaina-Kaanapali

8.9 3.7

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Transportation, Highways Division, records.

6.2.4

HAWAII DRIVERS LICENSES IN FORCE AND VEHICLE REGISTRATION, BY TYPE OF VEHICLE, MAUI COUNTY Taxable and non-taxable; includes vehicles registered but subsequently scrapped or shipped out of state 1990

1991

1992

1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

69,751

73,329

76,261

78,191

80,643

79,639

80,988

82,217

All Vehicles

112,268

115,793

112,596

113,073

113,429

115,312

119,961

119,626

Motor Vehicles Passenger vehicles1 Ambulances Buses Trucks1 Truck tractors Truck cranes Motorcycles2 Trailers and Semi-trailers

109,593 87,984 7 478 19,885 221 118 900 2,675

113,058 89,902 7 469 21,224 224 135 1,097 2,735

110,003 86,215 9 453 21,707 193 123 1,303 2,593

110,344 86,130 5 446 21,913 157 110 1,583 2,729

110,708 85,857 13 422 22,315 144 93 1,864 2,721

112,529 86,889 12 440 23,026 137 89 1,936 2,783

117,214 91,067 12 405 23,610 118 86 1,916 2,747

116,878 90,573 10 328 23,935 111 79 1,842 2,748

Drivers Licenses in Force (as of December 31)

1

Before 1994, vans and other trucks under 6,500 lb. in personal use, legally classified as passenger vehicles, were counted as trucks.

2

Including motor scooters but excluding mopeds (1.5 HP or less), legally classified as bicycles.

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Transportation, Motor Vehicle Safety Office, records.

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MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL CONSUMPTION AND VEHICLE MILES

HIGHWAY FUEL CONSUMPTION1

VEHICLE MILES OF TRAVEL

Total (1,000 gallons)

Gallons per Vehicle2

1982 1983 1984

323,827 327,769 339,491

482 NA 473

6,048.3 NA 6,486.3

9,007 NA 9,044

1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

345,672 357,716 367,984 378,988 395,945

461 464 461 464 463

6,761.5 6,970.7 7,217.2 7,400.8 7,748.1

9,027 9,034 9,041 9,052 9,062

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

395,185 406,819 405,963 409,940 428,558

444 453 457 468 490

8,065.4 8,142.2 8,065.5 7,945.3 7,925.2

9,071 9,075 9,070 9,063 9,056

1995 1996 1997

422,884 426,370 421,499

482 482 477

7944.1 8005.9 8003.0

9,051 9,050 9,050

1991 1992 1993 1994

49,037 48,985 50,715 53,933

434 445 460 487

1,013.7 988.3 988.5 993.9

8,962 8,971 8,971 8,973

1995 1996 1997

53,634 55,346 53,771

477 473 461

1010.1 1049.5 1046.0

8,977 8,968 8,963

Year

Total (millions)

Per Vehicle2

State of Hawaii

Maui County

1

Includes gasoline, diesel oil, and butane gas. Gasohol was no longer used in motor vehicles after June 1982.

2

Based on motor vehicle total by county of inspection, includes both taxable and nontaxable vehicles, and all military nonresident exempt vehicles. Data include passenger cars, buses, trucks and motorcycles but exclude trailers and semi-trailers. NA: Not available.

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Transportation, Highways Division, Planning Branch, records.

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AUTOMOTIVE RENTAL AND LEASING WITHOUT DRIVERS, STATE OF HAWAII AND MAUI COUNTY

1987

1992

State Total (SIC 7514) Number of establishments Receipts ($ million)

77 231.1

64 320.0

State Total (SIC 751) Number of establishments Receipts ($ million)

101 243.3

82 332.0

Maui County (SIC 751) Number of establishments Receipts ($ million) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees

23 61.4 8,059 490

22 74.8 7,996 505



14,983

Maui County Number of rental car registrations, (new and renewals) *

1995

17,324

NOTES: 1) State Total—Most of the receipts for SIC 751 were reported in SIC 7514, passenger car rental. Other subgroups under SIC 751 were SIC 7513, truck rental and leasing, without drivers; SIC 7515, passenger car leasing; and SIC 7519, utility trailer and recreational vehicle rental. 2) The number of rental car registrations is the total number of cars registered in the county over the entire fiscal year. It does not reflect the number of rental cars in the county at any given time, which is likely to be lower. * Fiscal year totals.

SOURCES: Business characteristics: U.S. Bureau of the Census, 1987 Census of Service Industries, Hawaii, SC87-A-12 (July 1989), tables 1a, 4a, 7 and 8a; 1992 Census of Service Industries, Hawaii, SC92-A-12 (September 1994), tables 1a and 6. Rental car registrations: Maui County, Department of Finance, Motor Vehicle Registration, records.

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AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS BY TYPE OF AIRCRAFT, MAJOR STATE-OWNED AIRPORTS

1999

Kahului

Honolulu International

Kona International (Keahole)

Lihue

Hilo International

Molokai

All Movements

188,385

346,609

82,955

115,523

115,820

49,184

62,883 92,569 29,575 3,358

197,839 36,985 91,743 20,042

27,500 8,860 37,588 9,007

33,173 58,778 18,995 4,577

22,189 51,875 33,248 8,508

1,469 30,286 14,169 3,260

Air Carrier Air Taxi General Aviation Military

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Transportation, Airports Division, Airport Activity Statistics, Calendar Year 1999.

6.2.8

AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS BY TYPE OF AIRCRAFT, KAHULUI AND MOLOKAI AIRPORTS

1992

1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

1998

1999

178,752

172,265

179,227

179,883

178,590

173,342

180,890

188,385

57,159 68,832 47,281 5,480

51,648 77,212 37,097 6,308

56,393 85,373 33,292 4,169

65,791 80,349 30,691 3,052

67,136 78,722 29,976 2,756

64,599 81,105 25,211 2,427

63,336 84,546 29,509 3,499

62,883 92,569 29,575 3,358

All Movements

35,662

39,057

38,369

45,517

49,221

44,667

49,353

49,184

Air Carrier Air Taxi General Aviation Military

148 23,644 9,553 2,317

100 26,512 9,465 2,980

1,443 25,637 8,452 2,833

1,194 30,365 9,460 4,498

1,003 34,753 10,744 2,721

1,017 31,290 10,844 1,516

1,163 30,080 15,425 2,685

1,469 30,286 14,169 3,260

Kahului Airport All Movements Air Carrier Air Taxi General Aviation Military

Molokai Airport

NOTE: Definitions. Aircraft operations: Total aircraft movements, landings and takeoffs, combined. Reported by the United States Federal Aviation Administration’s air traffic control towers. Air carrier: Large commercial aircraft having more than 60 seats. Air taxi: Small commercial aircraft having 60 seats or less. General aviation: All types of civil aviation including private jets, corporate jets, and helicopters. General aviation excludes commercial and military aircraft operations. Military: All military aircraft, including military helicopters.

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Transportation, Airports Division, Airport Activity Statistics, Calendar Year 1999.

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6.2.9

PASSENGERS, CARGO AND MAIL, OVERSEAS AND INTERISLAND, MAUI COUNTY AIRPORTS

1995 Airport

Enplaned

1996

Deplaned

Enplaned

1997

Deplaned

Enplaned

1998

Deplaned

Enplaned

1999

Deplaned

Enplaned

Deplaned

Passengers1 OGG interisl. 2,295,009 2,231,107 2,270,201 2,187,458 2,208,703 2,070,434 2,111,692 1,981,652 2,129,704 2,017,788 OGG overseas 737,044 791,601 680,302 768,174 770,110 828,364 837,015 910,058 854,706 969,881 MKK 121,371 121,760 121,872 125,605 125,471 126,766 124,917 127,675 132,540 137,212 LNY 83,138 86,544 82,882 85,037 88,777 89,626 88,035 88,584 88,598 87,043 JHM HNM LUP

74,014 6,446 6,211

73,284 6,273 5,766

78,381 5,441 4,216

78,367 5,258 3,885

88,485 5,126 4,393

89,444 4,955 4,232

72,573 4,877 4,546

72,355 4,605 4,408

68,336 4,184 4,150

66,966 3,909 3,996

Cargo (U.S. Tons) OGG interisl. OGG overseas MKK LNY

6,020

17,294

7,505

19,746

8,984

22,122

5,587

14,517

5,324

14,911

6,092 162 6

5,586 397 589

7,184 126 19

5,776 555 509

6,988 263 154

5,772 710 721

6,804 319 136

5,179 888 717

6,945 441 112

5,937 967 665

249 1 0

538 0 0

200 1 0

480 0 0

236 1 1

482 0 6

237 4 8

489 0 153

277 42 15

360 11 174

JHM HNM LUP

Mail (U.S. Tons) OGG interisl. OGG overseas MKK LNY

2,021

3,145

2,287

3,641

2,195

4,643

2,199

7,643

2,263

7,592

10 53 0

0 29 66

0 8 6

0 76 83

167 31 37

23 35 31

642 54 38

25 121 74

1,102 35 15

1 204 113

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 1

0 0 6

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 1

4 0 4

0 0 1

0 0 3

JHM HNM LUP

NOTES: Interisland traffic is interstate only; overseas includes both international and U.S. mainland flights. Kahului is the only Maui County airport offering overseas flights. AIRPORT KEY: OGG Kahului MKK Molokai LNY Lanai 1

JHM HNM LUP

Kapalua Hana Kalaupapa

Revenue and non-revenue, excluding Military Airlift Command (MAC). Also includes overseas passengers in transit.

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Transportation, Airports Division, Airport Activity Statistics, Calendar Year 1999.

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STATE COMMERCIAL HARBORS, MAUI COUNTY Maui (Kahului) Harbor Entrance Depth

Molokai (Kaunakakai)

35

23

Harbor Basin Depth Pier 1* Pier 2 Pier 3* Length Width

35 35 27 18 2,400 2,050

23

1,500 600

Piers (linear feet)

3,019

691

Storage Area (1,000 sq. ft.) Shedded Open

124 850

8.8 128

* Piers 1 and 3 dredged in 1994. SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Transportation, Harbors Division, unpublished data, September 26, 1994. Amended by Hawaii State Department of Transportation, Harbors Division, Maui District Office, December 15, 1995.

6.2.11

SMALL CRAFT MOORING FACILITIES, MAUI COUNTY

Catwalks and Piers Total Vacant Other Moorage Total Vacant Other Moorage, Not State Operated1 Total 1

Maui

Lanai

Molokai

46 0

28 3

2 0

144 0

5 0

27 2

50

10

50

Includes moorings, ramps and dry storage.

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Land and Natural Resources, Division of Boating and Ocean Recreation, Small Craft Mooring Facilities Utilization Report (quarterly), and records.

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6.2.12

KAHULUI HARBOR FREIGHT TRAFFIC BY COMMODITY In thousands of tons Grand Total

Commodity Grand Total

Foreign Imports

Foreign Exports

Total

Domestic Receipts Shipments

2,851

3

0

2,849

1,897

952

520 143 225 136 1 15

3 – – – – 3

– – – – – –

518 143 225 135 1 12

511 143 223 131 1 12

6 – 2 5 – –

1





1

1



29 1 21 1 0 0

– – – – – –

– – – – – –

29 1 21 1 0 0

29 1 21 1 0 –

0 – 0 – – 0

1 0 2 1 1

– – – – –

– – – – –

1 0 2 1 1

1 0 2 1 1

0 – 0 – –

0





0

0



111 41 1 0 61 1

– – – – – –

– – – – – –

111 41 1 0 61 1

101 34 1 0 61 1

10 7 – 0 – –

7 1

– –

– –

7 1

4 1

3 –

Primary Manufactured Goods Total 5110 Newsprint 5120 Paper & Paperboard 5190 Paper Products NEC 5220 Cement & Concrete 5240 Glass & Glass Prod.

1,381 2 2 16 37 1

– – – – – –

0 – – – – –

1,381 2 2 16 37 1

800 2 1 16 37 1

582 – 1 0 – 0

5290 5360 5370 5429 5480

Misc. Mineral Prod. I&S Bars & Shapes I&S Pipe & Tube Smelted Prod. NEC Fab. Metal Products

11 1 4 0 1,304

– – – – –

– – – – –

11 1 4 0 1,304

11 1 4 0 723

– 0 0 – 581

5540 Primary Wood Prod.

5



0

5

5



Petroleum and Petroleum Products Total 2211 Gasoline 2330 Distillate Fuel Oil 2340 Residual Fuel Oil 2350 Lube Oil & Greases 2640 Liquid Natural Gas 2990 Petro. Products NEC Chemicals and Related Products Total 3110 Nitrogenous Fert. 3190 Fert. & Mixes NEC 3274 Sodium Hydroxide 3275 Inorg. Elem.,Oxides, & Halogen Salts 3281 Radioactive Material 3282 3284 3285 3286 3291

Pigments & Paints Medicines Perfumes & Cleansers Plastics Pesticides

3293 Explosives Crude 4189 4190 4225 4331 4338

Materials, Inedible Except Fuels Total Lumber Forest Products NEC Pulp & Waste Paper Sand & Gravel Soil & Fill Dirt

4420 Iron & Steel Scrap 4900 Non-Metal. Min. NEC

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Grand Total

Commodity Food and Farm Products Total 6134 Fish (Not Shellfish) 6442 Rice 6654 Vegetables & Prod. 6746 Wheat Flour 6747 Grain Mill Products

Foreign Imports

Foreign Exports

Total

Domestic Receipts Shipments

364 0 3 11 1 0

– – – – – –

– – – – – –

364 0 3 11 1 0

170 0 3 11 1 0

194 0 – 0 – –

1 12 10 2 5

– – – – –

– – – – –

1 12 10 2 5

1 12 10 2 3

– – 0 0 2

6781 6782 6811 6822 6839

Hay & Fodder Animal Feed, Prep. Meat, Fresh, Frozen Dairy Products Animals & Prod. NEC

6857 6858 6861 6865 6871

Fruit & Nuts NEC Fruit Juices Sugar Molasses Coffee

1 109 0 76 0

– – – – –

– – – – –

1 109 0 76 0

1 0 0 – 0

0 109 0 76 0

6885 6887 6889 6899

Alcoholic Beverages Groceries Food Products NEC Farm Products NEC

21 9 101 1

– – – –

– – – –

21 9 101 1

21 9 94 1

– – 7 0

Mfg’d 7110 7120 7210 7220 7230

Equipment, Machinery and Products Total Machinery (Not Elec) Electrical Machinery Vehicles & Parts Aircraft & Parts Ships & Boats

445 17 1 230 0 0

– – – – – –

0 – – – – –

445 17 1 230 0 0

285 9 1 130 0 0

160 8 – 99 0 0

7400 7500 7600 7900

Manufac. Wood Prod. Textile Products Rubber & Plastic Pr. Manufac. Prod. NEC

3 0 1 194

– – – –

– 0 – –

3 0 1 194

2 0 1 141

0 – 0 53

0 0

– –

– –

0 0

0 0

– –

Unknown or Not Elsewhere Classified Total 9900 Unknown or NEC

NOTES: Totals may not add due to rounding. Tonnage figures are rounded. A zero represents less than 500 tons but more than zero. Blanks mean zero tons. Commodity codes are standardized to reflect the Standard Industrial Trade Classification (SITC) Revision 3 commodity codes. Grand Total: specifically represents the sum total of all the different traffics, including all domestic and foreign traffic. Foreign Imports: inbound merchandise for direct consumption and entries into custom bonded storage and manufacturing warehouses originating in foreign countries other than Canada. Foreign Exports: outbound domestic merchandise and re-export of foreign merchandise from a US foreign trade zone destined for foreign countries other than Canada. Domestic: domestic traffic receiving a carriage over the ocean. Receipts: traffic moving from one location to another where the destination is the subject port. Shipments: traffic moving from one location to another where the origin is the subject port. NEC: not elsewhere classified. I&S: iron and steel.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of the Army, Corps of Engineers, Waterborne Commerce of the United States, Part 4, Waterways and Harbors, Pacific Coast, Alaska and Hawaii, calendar year 1998.

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VESSEL ARRIVALS FOR KAHULUI HARBOR Excludes domestic fishing craft

Total Inbound Vessels By Type of Vessel Self propelled vessels Passenger and dry cargo Tanker Towboat or tugboat Non-self propelled vessels Dry cargo Tanker By Draft 18 feet and less 19 feet and more

1992

1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

1998

1,513

1,257

1,228

1,238

1,333

1,259

1,351

133 5 552

31 2 452

35 0 362

27 0 443

35 1 539

22 0 534

45 3 584

753 70

691 81

736 95

687 81

676 82

615 88

618 101

1,387 126

1,233 24

1,202 26

1,211 27

1,280 53

1,061 198

1,152 199

SOURCE: U.S. Department of the Army, Corps of Engineers, Waterborne Commerce of the United States, Part 4, Waterways and Harbors, Pacific Coast, Alaska and Hawaii, calendar years 1992-1998.

6.2.14

FREIGHT TRAFFIC FOR KAHULUI HARBOR

Freight Traffic (In thousand short tons) 1988 1989

2,156 2,278

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

2,408 2,434 2,357 2,216 2,368

1995 1996 1997 1998

2,586 2,828 2,895 2,851

SOURCE: U.S. Department of the Army, Corps of Engineers, Waterborne Commerce of the United States, Part 4, Waterways and Harbors, Pacific Coast, Alaska and Hawaii, calendar years 1988-1998.

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Energy & Science

Section 7

ENERGY & SCIENCE

The increase in Maui County’s population has been reflected in the utilities. Consumption and use of electricity, gas, utilities, and water have all increased dramatically over the last decade. Statistics on electricity, gas, water production and consumption are covered. Almost 24% of the electric power used on the island is generated by the sugar companies. Ongoing scientific endeavors include observation of astronomical and manmade space objects from the summit of Mt. Haleakala.

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ELECTRIC COMPANY RESIDENTIAL CUSTOMERS, MAUI COUNTY BY DISTRICTS

1990 State Total Maui County1 Hana Makawao Wailuku Lahaina Lanai Molokai 1

1991

1992

1993

1994

1995

326,038

328,899

332,863

340,932

346,977

NA

39,924

41,222

42,812

43,543

44,725

47,820

580 7,192 21,654 7,297

592 7,948 21,875 7,617

597 8,780 22,127 7,918

602 8,856 22,415 8,203

600 8,920 23,025 8,640

603 9,405 25,182 9,010

1,004 2,197

972 2,218

1,107 2,283

1,167 2,300

1,120 2,420

1,140 2,480

Kalawao County included with Maui County.

SOURCE: Compiled by the Hawaii State Department of Business, Economic Development & Tourism from the Hawaiian Electric Co., Inc., Hawaii Electric Light Co., Inc., Maui Electric Co., Ltd., and Molokai Electric Co., Ltd., with additional data for 1994 and 1995 from Maui Electric Co., Inc.

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ELECTRIC UTILITIES, MAUI COUNTY 1993 CUSTOMERS, DEC. 31 Total Maui Island Molokai Lanai Maui County Residential1 Maui Island Molokai Lanai Maui County Other Maui Island Molokai Lanai Maui County

1994

1995

1996

1997

47,035 2,766 1,263 51,064

48,388 2,798 1,297 52,483

49,194 2,812 1,333 53,339

49,590 2,816 1,345 53,751

50,385 2,858 1,362 54,605

40,163 2,270 1,110 43,543

41,292 2,302 1,131 44,725

42,004 2,308 1,162 45,474

42,578 2,319 1,179 46,076

43,159 2,339 1,181 46,679

6,872 496 153 7,521

7,096 496 166 7,758

7,190 504 171 7,865

7,012 497 166 7,675

7,226 519 181 7,926

GENERATING AND FIRM PURCHASED CAPABILITY, DEC. 31 (MW) Maui Island Molokai Lanai Maui County

217.3 8.7 9.7 235.7

217.3 8.7 9.7 235.7

217.3 8.7 9.7 235.7

207.5 9.8 14.1 231.4

207.5 12.1 10.4 230.0

156.7 6.1 4.5

163.2 6.4 4.7

170.7 7.0 4.8

174.8 6.8 5.0

174.7 6.6 5.0

901,235 33,064 25,818 960,117

937,143 33,920 26,053 997,116

963,625 34,341 26,365 1,024,331

969,170 33,549 26,050 1,028,768

302,085 12,557 5,963 320,605

313,521 12,774 6,147 332,443

327,562 12,951 6,346 346,859

328,582 12,676 6,442 347,700

599,151 20,506 19,856 639,513

623,621 21,145 19,906 664,673

636,063 21,390 20,019 677,472

640,587 20,873 19,608 681,068

PEAK DEMAND (MW)2 Maui Island Molokai Lanai

POWER SOLD (1,000 kWh) Total Maui Island 861,002 Molokai 30,842 Lanai 23,879 Maui County 915,723 Residential Maui Island 286,013 Molokai 12,199 Lanai 5,916 Maui County 304,128 Other Maui Island 574,990 Molokai 18,643 Lanai 17,963 Maui County 611,596

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7.1.2 CONTINUED

1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

7,121 5,374 5,330 6,985

7,316 5,455 5,272 7,168

7,464 5,535 5,290 7,311

7,693 5,585 5,383 7,528

7,613 5,419 5,455 7,449

83,671 37,587 117,405 81,318

84,435 41,343 119,611 82,433

86,735 41,955 116,410 84,510

90,711 43,038 120,596 88,270

88,650 40,218 108,332 85,928

0.12985 0.16465 0.16618 0.13189

0.13426 0.17570 0.17463 0.13660

0.14763 0.19072 0.18709 0.14996

0.15549 0.19844 0.19033 0.15770

0.11861 0.16375 0.15609 0.12122

0.12008 0.17461 0.16538 0.12318

0.13319 0.18496 0.18715 0.13642

0.13885 0.19348 0.19428 0.14212

103,839 5,474 3,704 113,017

110,289 5,426 4,090 119,805

116,982 5,937 4,366 127,284

133,074 6,426 4,934 144,434

140,035 6,554 5,036 151,624

36,476 2,162 994 39,632

39,226 2,068 991 42,284

42,095 2,244 1,073 45,412

48,359 2,470 1,187 52,016

51,092 2,515 1,226 54,834

67,363 3,312 2,710 73,385

71,063 3,358 3,099 77,520

74,887 3,692 3,292 81,872

84,715 3,956 3,747 92,418

88,943 4,039 3,810 96,791

AVERAGE ANNUAL USE (kWh)3

Residential Maui Island Molokai Lanai Maui County Other Maui Island Molokai Lanai Maui County

AVERAGE RATE (dollars per kWh) Residential Maui Island 0.12752 Molokai 0.17719 Lanai 0.16802 Maui County 0.13031 Other Maui Island 0.11715 Molokai 0.17768 Lanai 0.15087 Maui County 0.11999 REVENUES ($1,000) Total Maui Island Molokai Lanai Maui County Residential Maui Island Molokai Lanai Maui County Other Maui Island Molokai Lanai Maui County 1

Residential refers to single-metered residential customers which may include condominiums for visitor use but excludes master-metered apartment and condominium buildings used by residents, which are classified as commercial customers. 2 Peak demand is the maximum amount of energy required from the electrical system. The islands' electrical systems are not interconnected, so no peaks are reported for Maui County as a whole. 3 Based on number of customers at end of year. SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs, Division of Consumer Advocacy, records; capacity and peak demand: Hawaiian Electric Industries, Inc., Securities and Exchange Commission 10-K filings, 1993-1997.

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7.1.3

ENERGY GENERATED, PURCHASED, SOLD AND USED BY SUGAR PLANTATIONS, MAUI COUNTY

Electricity (million kWh)

Generated1

Purchased

Sold

1984

249.39

9.76

61.43

197.72

1985 19.86 1987 1988 1989

249.06 272.99 253.00 254.00 247.00

9.92 7.40 5.92 5.09 24.56

94.96 124.76 105.17 97.56 99.72

164.02 155.62 155.62 155.62 172.19

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

223.68 259.00 253.93 250.32 244.01

0.20 2.00 3.87 6.07 7.33

96.21 104.68 106.13 104.03 104.72

127.68 156.14 151.68 152.36 146.62

1995 1996

274.07 255.52

11.70 8.50

102.19 87.10

183.59 176.92

All Fuels

Bagasse

Fuel Oil

Other Fuels

1984

8,080

6,409

1,530

141

1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

7,477 8,318 8,100 7,925 7,366

6,127 6,460 6,384 6,325 5,448

1,277 1,785 1,495 1,523 1,629

72 73 222 26 289

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

NA 7,293 6,344 7,268 5,834

NA 4,774 4,562 5,007 4,726

NA 2,294 1,604 2,049 1,108

NA 225 178 212 -

1995 1996

7,134 6,606

4,689 4,440

2,445 2,166

-

Gross Heat Values of Boiler Fuels (billions of BTUs)

Used2

1

Includes electricity generated by steam and by hydroelectric or diesel engine generators. Includes transmission losses and electricity used to operate power plant auxiliaries. NA Not available. 2

SOURCE: Hawaiian Sugar Planters’ Association, Energy Inventory of Hawaii Sugar Plantations 1984-1995 (Energy Reports 24-35, annual); Hawaii Agricultural Research Center, Energy Inventory of Hawaii Sugar Plantations 1996 (Energy Report 36, annual).

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7.1.4

GAS UTILITIES, MAUI COUNTY Excludes bottled gas

1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

Island of Maui Customers (December 31) Residential1 Other Total Gas Sold (1,000 therms) Residential Other Total Average Annual Use (therms) Residential Other Average Rate ($ per therm)2 Residential Other Revenues ($1,000) Residential Other Total

325 69 394

328 69 397

326 68 394

327 66 393

325 67 392

67 715 782

71 736 806

67 667 734

68 658 726

70 649 720

206 10,360

216 10,659

205 9,812

208 9,973

217 9,691

1.47629 1.11795

1.46822 1.13238

1.52513 1.16273

1.92138 1.18864

2.22903 1.25364

99 799 898

104 833 937

102 776 878

131 782 913

157 814 971

Island of Molokai Customers (December 31) Total/Residential Gas Sold (1,000 therms) Total/Residential Average Annual Use (therms) Total/Residential Average Rate ($ per therm)2 Total/Residential Revenues ($1,000) Total/Residential

27

56

52

110

91

5

10

10

17

20

174

181

189

155

221

2.26418

2.21664

2.28182

2.28816

2.42358

11

22

22

39

49

1

Residential refers to single-metered residential customers which may include condominiums for visitor use, but excludes residential master-metered apartment and condominium buildings which are classified as commercial customers. 2 Based on number of customers at end of year.

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs, Division of Consumer Advocacy, records.

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7.1.5

HAWAII STATE ENERGY DATA REPORT, CONSUMPTION OF ENERGY BY END-USE SECTOR In trillion BTU

CONSUMPTION1 Year

Residential

Commercial

Industrial

Transportation

Input at Electric Utilities

1970 1971 1972 1973 1974

16.4 17.8 19.6 20.0 20.3

11.6 11.4 12.7 13.5 13.3

43.6 43.5 48.9 49.4 49.4

125.3 138.8 136.5 140.9 128.7

43.2 47.7 54.1 55.6 57.5

1975 1976 1977 1978 1979

19.6 21.3 21.8 21.8 22.9

13.8 15.3 16.8 17.4 18.1

49.9 51.0 52.7 52.2 57.8

130.5 131.7 141.3 144.6 156.4

58.8 62.5 65.2 66.8 67.7

1980 1981 1982 1983 1984

23.2 23.0 21.5 22.1 21.0

20.8 18.8 17.6 17.8 19.5

62.4 60.6 67.1 52.6 50.9

146.7 124.1 102.2 117.9 129.3

69.7 69.9 66.9 68.6 70.6

1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

20.9 21.3 22.8 23.9 25.3

20.3 22.8 26.0 39.2 38.0

53.0 60.2 62.0 69.4 66.9

143.3 126.9 125.1 142.1 154.5

70.0 72.9 76.6 81.9 85.8

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

25.9r2 24.2r 24.0r 20.7r 20.4r

34.3 28.2 32.8 22.7 25.4

80.8r2 74.8r 72.7 71.3 75.2

156.7 151.4 142.9 126.8 135.5

86.1 79.2 74.6 66.2 64.7

1995

20.8

24.4

73.7

135.8

66.5

1 Excludes small quantities of energy sources for which consistent historical data are not available, such as solar energy obtained by the use of thermal and photovoltaic collectors; wind energy; and geothermal, biomass, and waste energy other than that consumed at the electric utilities. 2 There is a discontinuity in this time series between 1989 and 1990 due to the expanded coverage of non-electric utility use of renewable energy beginning in 1990. r: Revised.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Energy, Energy Information Administration, State Energy Data Report 1995, Consumption Estimates (November 1997), pp. 96-100.

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WATER SERVICES AND CONSUMPTION, MAUI COUNTY Years ending June 30

1989

1990

1991

1992

1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

1998

1999

NUMBER OF SERVICES

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State Total Maui County Maui Molokai

205,442

209,475

213,194

216,001

219,596

222,569

226,998

229,989

230,952

233,043

NA

23,735 22,372 1,363

24,279 22,886 1,393

24,931 23,513 1,418

25,408 23,957 1,451

26,522 25,042 1,480

27,021 25,531 1,490

27,460 25,960 1,500

27,918 26,409 1,509

28,306 26,795 1,511

28,720 27,205 1,515

29,333 27,809 1,524

CONSUMPTION (million gallons) State Total Maui County Maui Molokai

68,543

70,088

72,642

74,118

73,338

73,732

74,990

75,389

71,810

73,301

NA

8,814 8,510 304

9,158 8,849 309

10,158 9,838 320

10,399 10,071 328

10,311 9,990 321

11,177 10,822 355

11,494 11,150 344

11,477 11,138 339

11,485 11,110 330

11,729 11,399 369

12,547 12,199 348

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SOURCES: 1998-1999: Maui Department of Water Supply, Annual Report. 1989-1997: Data compiled by Hawaii State Department of Business and Economic Development from Honolulu Board of Water Supply, Hawaii County Department of Water Supply, Kauai Department of Water, and Maui Department of Water Supply.

7.2.1

TELESCOPES AT THE SUMMITS OF MAUNA KEA AND HALEAKALA

Location and Facility

Mirror Size (meters)

Year Completed

Primary Use

Local Staff1

0.6 2.2 3.0 3.6 3.8

1968 1970 1979 1979 1979

Optical Optical/infrared Infrared Optical/infrared Infrared

8 12 50 31

10 10 8 8 10.4

1992 1996 1999 1999 1986

Optical/infrared Optical/infrared Optical/infrared Optical/infrared mm/submm

85 (total) 30 30 10

1986 1999 1992

mm/submm submillimeter centimeter

Mauna Kea UH 24-inch Telescope UH 88-inch Telescope NASA Infrared Telescope Facility Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope United Kingdom Infrared Telescope W. M. Keck Observatory (Keck I) W. M. Keck Observatory (Keck II) Subaru Gemini Northern 8-meter Telescope Caltech Submillimeter Observatory

James Clerk Maxwell Telescope 15 Submillimeter Array 8 antennae @ 6 m Very Long Baseline Array 25

43 26 2

Haleakala (on University of Hawaii land) Mees Solar Observatory Lunar Ranging Facility

1

1956 1976/84

Measure solar emissions Laser ranging

Image near earth objects Track satellites Project laser beams Project laser beams Track satellites

Maui Space Surveillance Site Tracking Telescope (compensated) Dual Tracking Telescope Coudé Beam Director Beam Director Advanced Electro-Optical System (AEOS)

1.6 1.2 0.8 0.6 3.7

1968 1968 1987 1975 1999

GEODSS Primary Secondary Auxiliary

1 1 0.4

1982 1982 1982

2 7 120

55

Track deep space objects

Based in same county as observatory.

SOURCE: University of Hawaii at Manoa, Institute for Astronomy, 1998 Fact Sheet.

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Section 8

CONSTRUCTION & HOUSING

Statistics on building permits, construction authorizations and modifications for both public and private projects are covered in this section. Tenure and control of real property is reflected here, as are Maui’s housing characteristics by division and census designated place. The currency of statistics on housing varies from 1990 to 1999 due to many of the tables being provided by the latest census (1990). There are almost 50,000 housing units on Maui of which around 18,000 (35%) are owner-occupied. In 1999 almost 2,365 building permits were issued.

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NUMBER AND VALUE OF BUILDING PERMITS, MAUI COUNTY Ending December 31

Year

Number Issued

Estimated Value ($1,000)

1989

2,347

237,653

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

3,534 3,239 3,020 2,593 2,606

433,916 199,309 234,124 288,753 252,547

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

2,030 2,369 2,254 2,338 2,365

253,805 195,916 193,129 207,498 250,486

SOURCE: Maui County Department of Public Works, records.

8.1.2

BUILDING PERMITS BY TYPE, MAUI COUNTY

1999 Type

Number

Value ($)

New Buildings Residential Nonresidential

694 348

124,097,468 70,782,313

Residential and Nonresidential Additions, Alterations, and Conversions Repairs, relocations, fencing, mechanical and temporary Demolitions and Razing of Buildings

919 299 105

47,431,784 5,323,730 851,145

2,365

250,486,440

Total

SOURCE: Maui County Department of Public Works, records.

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BUILDING PERMITS ISSUED BY DISTRICT, MAUI COUNTY 1999 Districts

Number of Permits

Valuation

Maui Island Haiku Hana Kahului Kihei Kula

2,204 256 40 298 482 164

240,378,038 17,103,001 2,577,224 30,167,771 80,501,036 14,612,510

Lahaina Makawao Paia Pukalani Wailuku

459 96 71 85 253

53,547,434 4,259,645 4,468,831 14,602,994 18,537,592

56

3,296,435

105

6,811,968

2,365

250,486,441

Lanai Molokai Maui County

SOURCE: Maui County Land Use and Codes Administration, records.

8.1.4

PRIVATE RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION AUTHORIZATIONS, MAUI COUNTY

1992

1993

1994

1995

1996

810 184 994

660 212 872

673 368 1,041

473 112 585

601 152 753

85,551 8,404 26,490 120,445

78,449 9,742 22,393 110,584

86,454 18,360 18,806 123,620

56,535 9,968 14,728 81,231

73,117 8,010 13,795 94,922

Authorized Housing Units (number) New single-family units New multi-family units Total Permit Value ($ thousands) New single-family units New multi-family units Additions and alterations Total

SOURCE: Bank of Hawaii, Construction in Hawaii, 1997, p. 28.

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BUILDING PERMITS AND CONSTRUCTION PUT IN PLACE, MAUI COUNTY In thousands of dollars

Year

Private Permits

Total Permits

Put in Place

1984

59,840

68,034

68,593

1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

178,633 154,120 167,237 408,477 317,995

190,181 203,265 203,071 451,287 343,643

73,527 92,586 100,200 145,706 190,407

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

433,936 208,732 200,915 203,177 194,752

460,906 301,320 219,992 243,549 230,116

260,318 284,223 234,946 197,757 207,770

1995 1996

215,073 155,955

237,288 181,360

187,172 180,021

NOTES: Total permits include private permits and authorizations for state and county construction of buildings. Highway and federal government construction are not represented in these totals. Put in Place data for neighbor islands are underreported, since some neighbor island work is reported on Oahu. SOURCE: Bank of Hawaii, Construction in Hawaii, 1997, p. 26.

8.1.6

PRIVATE AUTHORIZATIONS FOR NEW COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL CONSTRUCTION, MAUI COUNTY In millions of dollars

1992

1993

1994

1995

1996

Percent Change 96/95

Hotels Office Buildings Stores and Mercantile Manufacturing Buildings Miscellaneous

0.0 3.9 6.8 0.5 45.1

0.0 5.8 10.2 0.0 30.2

0.0 7.0 6.9 0.1 26.9

61.2 1.9 8.1 0.0 48.0

0.0 7.3 9.8 0.0 24.0

— 291.5 22.2 — -50.0

Total Authorizations

56.3

46.2

40.9

119.1

41.2

-65.4

SOURCE: Bank of Hawaii, Construction in Hawaii, 1997, p. 11.

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PRIVATE RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLITION AUTHORIZED BY PERMITS, MAUI COUNTY

Year

New One Family Dwellings

New Duplex Units

New Apartments

Units Demolished1

1989

1,182

20

702

74

1990 1991 1992 1993 19942

1,068 652 748 660 689

60 43 20 44 30

748 987 160 168 402

53 51 64 (NA) (NA)

1

Excludes units destroyed by fire, volcanic activity, high winds, and other disasters. Preliminary data. NA: Not available. 2

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Business, Economic Development & Tourism, Research and Economic Analysis Division, Housing Unit Estimates for Hawaii, 1980-1995, table 7.

8.1.8

HOTEL CONSTRUCTION AUTHORIZATIONS, MAUI COUNTY

Year

Number of New Projects

New Construction ($1,000)

Additions, Alterations and Repairs ($1,000)

Total Construction ($1,000)

1981 1982 1983 1984

– 2 1 –

– 27,715 35,000 –

1,250 900 – –

1,250 28,615 35,000 –

1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

– – 14 8 2

– – 13,924 168,310 47,646

1,102 5,243 3,645 600 780

1,102 5,243 17,419 168,910 48,426

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

4 1 – – –

104,061 4,185 – – –

10,320 346 1 – 1,587

114,381 4,531 1 – 1,587

1995 1996

1 —

61,215 —

— 2,182

61,215 2,182

NOTES: The above are totals for hotel housekeeping units only. Restaurants, spas, etc. are counted elsewhere. SOURCE: Bank of Hawaii, Construction in Hawaii, 1997, p. 31.

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8.1.9

SUMMARY OF PRIVATE CONSTRUCTION AUTHORIZATIONS, MAUI COUNTY

NEW RESIDENTIAL Single-Family Value Units ($1,000)

ADDITIONS & ALTERATIONS

Permit Value ($1,000)

Residential Non-residential ($1,000) ($1,000)

Construction & Housing

Year

Housing Inventory at April 1

1970

14,039

474

8,996

583

8,408

13,163

953

3,309

1980 1981 1982 1983 1984

33,154 34,887 36,108 36,539 36,665

803 398 530 547 638

34,896 21,328 25,095 30,227 34,467

1,815 1,001 122 24 6

171,325 86,322 4,896 3,315 380

33,176 15,044 46,731 45,785 12,542

8,988 7,052 4,880 5,272 6,039

4,475 13,294 8,915 6,650 6,412

1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

36,687 37,303 38,579 39,646 41,168

984 911 1,119 1,453 1,136

111,658 56,579 76,122 111,012 119,518

457 506 608 1,160 535

24,333 33,298 19,681 52,557 75,582

24,319 27,946 38,949 215,863 89,931

9,934 15,944 10,940 11,788 15,370

1,535 20,353 21,545 17,257 17,594

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

42,261 44,262 45,941 47,219 48,087

1,068 694 810 660 673

126,620 71,866 85,551 78,449 86,454

808 1,041 184 212 368

61,620 39,538 8,404 9,742 18,360

190,924 46,694 56,277 46,241 40,895

20,738 26,419 26,490 22,393 18,806

34,034 24,214 24,193 46,352 30,236

1995 1996

49,151 NA

473 601

56,535 73,117

112 152

9,968 8,010

119,930 41,170

14,728 13,795

14,713 19,863

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SOURCE: Bank of Hawaii, Construction in Hawaii, 1997, p. 28.

Multi-Family Value Units ($1,000)

NEW NONRESIDENTIAL

8.1.10

CONSTRUCTION ESTABLISHMENTS BY TYPE AND LOCATION, MAUI COUNTY Based on primary Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) code and zip code Establishment Type Location

Number

Location

General contractors and operative builders (SIC 15—) Haiku 54 Kula Hana 10 Lahaina Kahului 52 Makawao Kihei 40 Wailuku Kaunakakai 14 Kualapuu Lanai City 4 Heavy construction, except building (SIC 16—) Kahului Kihei 4 Lahaina Kula 12 Wailuku Special trade contractors (SIC 170-) Kihei Kula 2 Lahaina Plumbing, heating, air-conditioning (SIC 171-) Haiku Kahului 34 Lahaina Kihei 10 Makawao Kula 6 Wailuku Kaunakakai 2 Painting and paper hanging (SIC 172-) Haiku 2 Lahaina Kahului 6 Makawao Kihei 14 Paia Kula 4 Wailuku Electrical work (SIC 173-) Haiku Kahului 20 Makawao Kihei 6 Paia Lahaina 14 Wailuku Hoolehua 2 Kaunakakai Masonry, stonework, and plastering (SIC 174-) Haiku 12 Lahaina Kahului 8 Makawao Kihei 16 Paia Kula 8 Wailuku Carpentry and floor work (SIC 175-) Haiku Kahului 8 Kula Kihei 10 Makawao Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work (SIC 176-) Haiku 2 Kula Kahului 2 Makawao Kihei 2 Wailuku Concrete work (SIC 177-) Kahului 2 Kula Kihei 4 Wailuku Misc. special trade contractors, incl. admin. (SIC 179-) Haiku 2 Lahaina Kahului 32 Makawao Kihei 8 Wailuku Hoolehua 2 Lanai City

Number 36 26 60 42 2 22 2 8 6 2 4 4 8 6

4 4 2 8 2 6 4 22 2

Totals

Maui subtotal

320

Total

340

Total

48

Total

10

Maui subtotal Total

72 74

Total

44

Maui subtotal Total

74 78

4 10 2 10 4 2 10

Total

70

Total

34

2 4 6

Total

18

2 2

Total

10

4 6 16 2

Maui subtotal Total Grand Total

68 72 690

NOTE: Pukalani combined with Makawao, and Puunene combined with Kahului. SOURCE: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Zip Code Business Patterns 1995, on CD-ROM.

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COMPONENTS OF CHANGE IN THE HOUSING INVENTORY, BY CONTROL, MAUI COUNTY

April 1, 1994 to March 31, 1995 County and Control

Construction & Housing

State Total Maui County Private3 Health

NEW HOUSING UNITS BUILT In 1-Unit Structures

In 2-Unit Structures

In Multi-Unit Structures

Housing Units Housing Units Housing Units Converted1 Demolished Transferred2

4,419

151

3,860

15

893



689 689 –

30 30 –

285 285 –

-1 (NA) -1

6 (NA) 6

– – -4

1

Number added less number deleted. Net gain (+) or loss (-) by purchase, sale, donation, or lease. There were some units in interagency transfer in which the receiving agency was not identified. 3 Based on building permit data, allowing nine months for completion of units in multi-unit structures and three months for all other activity. NA: Not available. 2

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SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Business, Economic Development & Tourism, Housing Unit Estimates for Hawaii, 1980–1995, (Statistical Report 230, September 1996), table 9.

8.2.2

ESTIMATED VALUE OF LAND TRANSACTIONS, BY COUNTIES In thousands of dollars

Year

State Total

Maui County

Hawaii County

City and County of Honolulu

Kauai County

1968 1969

703,420 807,565

37,501 75,257

95,967 108,728

550,082 596,427

14,718 27,153

1970 1971 1972 1973 1974

880,226 1,043,539 1,508,602 1,928,888 1,711,217

76,462 71,480 114,634 189,958 183,760

111,239 131,267 170,995 212,170 156,682

668,003 812,545 1,142,699 1,441,073 1,305,257

24,522 28,247 80,274 85,687 65,518

1975 1976 1977 1978 1979

1,445,116 1,733,062 2,152,230 3,050,870 4,475,715

194,478 222,214 384,122 581,485 643,711

138,289 141,779 209,366 288,886 545,192

1,064,559 1,312,981 1,471,172 2,017,774 3,009,059

47,790 56,088 87,570 162,725 277,753

1980 1981 1982 1983 1984

4,224,807 3,200,331 3,011,060 3,272,167 3,764,563

611,607 424,994 602,464 423,712 610,385

546,141 397,740 293,310 359,695 467,052

2,749,190 2,078,739 1,911,711 2,333,882 2,549,352

317,869 298,858 203,575 154,878 137,773

1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

3,778,078 5,911,973 7,020,141 9,468,113 13,303,281

562,563 1,080,487 1,169,182 1,344,818 2,446,997

359,835 620,157 641,667 971,541 1,671,483

2,581,678 4,182,294 4,820,850 6,705,645 8,514,926

274,002 326,870 388,442 446,136 669,875

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

14,262,954 7,483,344 7,850,447 12,270,676 10,701,398

2,046,874 1,028,857 1,027,394 1,753,255 1,441,528

2,893,086 983,728 886,726 1,345,225 1,120,254

8,764,532 4,793,933 5,590,377 8,621,058 7,461,624

558,462 676,826 345,950 551,138 677,991

1995 1996 1997

6,424,925 5,793,252 6,298,003

847,727 990,129 1,057,281

849,799 786,192 851,136

4,465,410 3,640,154 4,042,187

261,990 376,776 347,399

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Land and Natural Resources, Bureau of Conveyances, records.

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RESIDENT AND NON-RESIDENT HOUSING UNITS, MAUI COUNTY

Year

Maui Total

Resident1

Non-Resident2

1980 1981 1982 1983 1984

33,154 34,887 36,108 36,539 36,665

28,457 29,447 30,558 30,648 29,450

4,697 5,440 5,550 5,891 7,215

1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

36,687 37,303 38,579 39,646 41,168

28,254 28,768 30,652 31,370 32,999

8,433 8,535 7,927 8,276 8,169

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

42,261 44,262 45,941 47,219 48,087

32,879 33,979 36,450 37,847 39,038

9,382 10,283 9,491 9,372 9,049

1995

49,151

NA

NA

1

Estimated as of April 1. Includes all housing units other than condominium units in rental pools and intended for transient occupancy. Condominium units in rental pools and intended for transient occupancy, based on survey data from the Hawaii Visitors Bureau. Includes condo/hotel units. NA: Not available.

2

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Business, Economic Development & Tourism, Research and Economic Analysis Division, Housing Unit Estimates for Hawaii, 1980–1995, (Statistical Report 230, September 1996).

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TENURE AND CONTROL OF HOUSING, MAUI COUNTY Data include condominium unit occupied or intended for occupancy by non-residents Data also include Kalawao County

OWNEROCCUPIED UNITS1

RENTER-OCCUPIED AND VACANT UNITS

Year

All Housing Units2

Land Owned

Land Leased

Private3

Federal2

State and County

1980 1981 1982 1983 1984

33,365 34,887 37,194 38,201 38,904

10,669

618

21,696

26

356

11,099 11,385 11,598

669 679 674

25,061 25,783 26,148

28 28 28

337 326 456

1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

39,510 40,768 42,780 44,605 46,980

11,959 12,142 12,585 13,043 13,626

664 719 789 850 873

26,381 27,423 28,935 30,247 32,002

28 15 15 14 14

478 469 456 451 465

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

42,261 44,262 45,941 47,219 48,087

14,036 14,429 14,971 15,725 16,472

915 969 999 707 719

26,873 28,267 29,346 30,162 30,271

9 6 6 6 6

428 621 619 619 619

1995

49,151

17,242

718

30,506

6

679

1

As indicated by the number of taxpayers claiming home exemptions as of January 1. The number of owner-occupied housing units reported by the U.S. Census of Housing is somewhat higher than the corresponding number based on taxpayer home exemptions, chiefly because of differences in definitions. 2 As of April 1. 3 Calculated as a residual after accounting for the known components, some of which pertain to dates other than April 1, and thus not attributable to any specific date.

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Business and Economic Development, Housing Unit Estimates for Hawaii, 1980–1995, (Statistical Report 230, September 1996); Housing Unit Estimates for Hawaii, 1980–1992, (Statistical Report 225, August 1992); Housing Unit Estimates for Hawaii, 1970–1982 (Statistical Report 156, July 28, 1982), table 2.

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HOUSING UNITS OWNED BY GOVERNMENT AGENCIES, MAUI AND KALAWAO COUNTIES

April 1, 1995 Government Unit or Type of Housing

Kalawao County

Maui County

95

590

Federal Government

-

6

Armed Forces Coast Guard

-

6 6

Civilian Agencies1

-

-

95

439

-

411 199 28 184

95 -

16 11 1

-

145

All Agencies

State Government Hawaii Housing Authority Rental Teachers housing HFDC Health Land & Natural Resources1 University of Hawaii County Government 1

1991 data.

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Business, Economic Development & Tourism, Housing Unit Estimates for Hawaii, 1980–1995, (Statistical Report 230, September 1996), table 6.

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SELECTED HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS, MAUI COUNTY Data include some condominium units used or intended for use by transients All Housing Units Units in Structure 1 unit, detached 1 unit, attached 2 to 4 units 5 to 9 units 10 or more units Mobile home, boat, other Mean Number of Rooms Occupied Housing Units Total With 1.01 or more persons per room Vacant Housing Units Total For seasonal, recreational, or occasional use Homeowner Vacancy Rate Rental Vacancy Rate Owner-Occupied Housing Units Total Percent of All Occupied Units Persons Per Unit Mean Number of Rooms Value of Specified Owner-Occupied Housing Units1 Total Less than $100,000 $100,000 to $199,999 $200,000 to $299,999 $300,000 or more Lower Quartile (dollars) Median (dollars) Upper Quartile (dollars)

1 2

42,160 25,781 2,569 1,595 1,885 9,652 678 4.2 33,145 5,411 9,015 5,944 1.5 9.9 19,083 57.6 3.23 5 15,566 1,816 5,857 4,623 3,270 141,500 202,100 284,300

Renter-Occupied Housing Units Total Persons Per Unit Mean Number of Rooms

14,062 2.66 3.6

Contract Rent of Specified Renter-Occupied Units2 Total Less than $250 $250 to $499 $500 to $749 $750 to $999 $1,000 or more Lower Quartile (dollars) Median (dollars) Upper Quartile (dollars)

12,243 1,368 2,359 3,878 2,639 1,999 434 658 899

House and lot. Data limited to one-family houses on less than 10 acres without a business or medical office on the property. Excludes one-family houses on 10 acres or more.

SOURCE: U.S. Bureau of the Census, 1990 Census of Population and Housing, Summary Population and Housing Characteristics, Hawaii, 1990 CPH-1-13 (August 1991), tables 8, 10, and 12.

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HOUSING UNIT CHARACTERISTICS OF DIVISIONS AND CENSUS DESIGNATED PLACES (CDP), MAUI COUNTY ALL HOUSING UNITS

HOUSING UNITS OCCUPIED One or More Persons Per Room

Division and Place

Total

Mean Number of Rooms

Maui County Total

42,160

4.2

33,145

5,411

Haiku-Pauwela division Haiku-Pauwela CDP Hana division Hana CDP Kahului division Kahului CDP (part) Kihei division Kihei CDP Maalaea CDP Wailea-Makena CDP (part) Kula division Wailea-Makena CDP (part) Lahaina division Kaanapali CDP Kapalua CDP Lahaina CDP Napili-Honokowai CDP Makawao-Paia division Haliimaile CDP Makawao CDP Paia CDP Pukalani CDP Puunene division Kahului CDP (part) Spreckelsville division Kahului CDP (part) Waihee-Waikapu division Waihee-Waiehu CDP (part) Waikapu CDP Wailuku CDP (part) Wailuku division Waihee-Waiehu CDP (part) Wailuku CDP (part)

2,074 1,649 763 217 5,084 5,084 7,920 6,497 527 890 4,330 2,180 7,739 703 921 2,982 3,080 5,122 240 1,801 740 1,898 51 51 118 1 691 280 215 114 4,530 796 3,734

4.4 4.5 3.7 4.0 4.4 4.4 3.7 3.7 3.2 4.2 4.6 4.4 3.5 3.7 2.5 4.2 3.1 4.8 4.8 4.6 4.6 5.0 4.6 4.6 5.4 5 5.2 4.9 4.9 7.2 4.5 4.8 4.4

1,916 1,522 589 179 4,970 4,970 4,902 4,133 242 523 2,989 1,023 4,868 274 115 2,654 1,775 4,893 234 1,735 674 1,841 47 47 85 – 655 265 209 104 4,358 787 3,571

316 234 152 55 1,097 1,097 576 536 10 30 250 66 840 20 13 540 254 677 54 252 105 238 9 9 2 – 113 52 38 2 778 217 561

East Molokai division Kaunakakai CDP West Molokai division Kualapuu CDP Maunaloa CDP

1,775 997 956 493 130

3.9 4.0 3.6 3.9 4.5

1,407 847 619 456 118

320 165 177 150 24

Lanai division Lanai City CDP

1,007 967

4.5 4.6

847 837

104 103

Total

SOURCE: U.S. Bureau of the Census, 1990 Census of Population and Housing, Summary Population and Housing Characteristics, Hawaii, 1990 CPH-1-13 (August 1991), table 7.

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HOUSING VACANCY CHARACTERISTICS OF DIVISIONS AND CENSUS DESIGNATED PLACES (CDP), MAUI COUNTY VACANT HOUSING UNITS Seasonal, Recreational Homeowner Rental or Occasional Vacancy Rate Vacancy Rate

Division and Place

Total

Maui County Total

9,015

5,944

1.5

9.9

Haiku-Pauwela division Haiku-Pauwela CDP Hana division Hana CDP Kahului division Kahului CDP (part) Kihei division Kihei CDP Maalaea CDP Wailea-Makena CDP (part) Kula division Wailea-Makena CDP (part) Lahaina division Kaanapali CDP Kapalua CDP Lahaina CDP Napili-Honokowai CDP Makawao-Paia division Haliimaile CDP Makawao CDP Paia CDP Pukalani CDP Puunene division Kahului CDP (part) Spreckelsville division Kahului CDP (part) Waihee-Waikapu division Waihee-Waiehu CDP (part) Waikapu CDP Wailuku CDP (part) Wailuku division Waihee-Waiehu CDP (part) Wailuku CDP (part)

158 127 174 38 114 114 3,018 2,364 285 367 1,341 1,157 2,871 429 806 328 1,305 229 6 66 66 57 4 4 33 1 36 15 6 10 172 9 163

38 26 104 18 8 8 2,261 1,768 264 227 1,035 987 2,196 318 762 197 918 42 2 8 14 3 – – 18 – – – – – 29 1 28

0.8 0.5 2.4 3.5 0.1 0.1 6.3 6.9 0.8 4.4 1.8 5.2 1.4 9.7 3.0 0.4 0.7 0.3 – 0.5 0.4 0.2 – – 5.9 – 1.1 1.1 0.7 2.1 0.4 0.1 0.5

4.3 4.4 5.0 10.4 3.4 3.4 10.6 8.5 2.5 29.6 8.4 7.9 13.6 38.0 1.9 4.1 21.1 4.9 4.9 3.9 16.0 2.5 2.1 2.1 14.0 – 4.5 2.3 4.0 23.1 3.7 2.5 3.8

East Molokai division Kaunakakai CDP West Molokai division Kualapuu CDP Maunaloa CDP

368 150 337 37 12

127 14 27 8 –

0.4 0.5 0.3 0.3 –

16.6 22.8 53.6 3.9 7.8

Lanai division Lanai City CDP

160 130

59 31

0.2 0.2

14.4 14.7

SOURCE: U.S. Bureau of the Census, 1990 Census of Population and Housing, Summary Population and Housing Characteristics, Hawaii, 1990 CPH-1-13 (August 1991), table 7.

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OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNIT CHARACTERISTICS OF DIVISIONS AND CENSUS DESIGNATED PLACES (CDP), MAUI COUNTY ALL OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS Persons Per Unit

Mean Number of Rooms

16,775

3.23

5.0

1,152 908 332 110 2,974 2,974 2,490 2,059 125 304 1,772 544 2,304 186 64 1,341 688 3,209 176 1,098 474 1,215 – – 48 – 464 181 137 94 2,600 672 1,928

1,111 873 315 104 2,829 2,829 1,490 1,293 8 189 1,661 460 1,707 83 13 1,202 385 3,116 166 1,069 452 1,192 – – 44 – 445 173 131 90 2,365 652 1,713

3.15 3.15 3.35 3.93 3.55 3.55 2.78 2.89 1.73 2.48 2.80 2.61 3.36 2.04 2.17 3.84 2.88 3.29 3.66 3.28 3.31 3.32 – – 2.73 – 3.57 3.45 3.74 3.56 3.30 4.04 3.04

4.9 5.0 4.2 4.6 5.1 5.1 4.6 4.7 3.4 4.9 5.5 5.6 4.8 4.9 3.8 5.2 4.3 5.2 5.2 5.0 4.9 5.5 – – 6.7 – 5.6 5.3 5.4 7.3 5.2 4.9 5.3

East Molokai division Kaunakakai CDP West Molokai division Kualapuu CDP Maunaloa CDP

896 543 380 358 –

863 530 369 355 –

3.39 3.50 3.60 3.68 –

4.5 4.6 4.1 4.1 –

Lanai division Lanai City CDP

462 461

460 459

2.97 2.97

5.0 5.0

Division and Place

Total

Maui County Total

19,083

Haiku-Pauwela division Haiku-Pauwela CDP Hana division Hana CDP Kahului division Kahului CDP (part) Kihei division Kihei CDP Maalaea CDP Wailea-Makena CDP (part) Kula division Wailea-Makena CDP (part) Lahaina division Kaanapali CDP Kapalua CDP Lahaina CDP Napili-Honokowai CDP Makawao-Paia division Haliimaile CDP Makawao CDP Paia CDP Pukalani CDP Puunene division Kahului CDP (part) Spreckelsville division Kahului CDP (part) Waihee-Waikapu division Waihee-Waiehu CDP (part) Waikapu CDP Wailuku CDP (part) Wailuku division Waihee-Waiehu CDP (part) Wailuku CDP (part)

One Unit, Detached or Attached

SOURCE: U.S. Bureau of the Census, 1990 Census of Population and Housing, Summary Population and Housing Characteristics, Hawaii, 1990 CPH-1-13 (August 1991), table 9.

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OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNIT VALUES IN DIVISIONS AND CENSUS DESIGNATED PLACES (CDP), MAUI COUNTY SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS $50,000 Less than to $50,000 $99,000

$100,000 $150,000 $200,000 to to to $300,000 $149,000 $199,000 $299,000 or more

Division and Place

Total

Maui County Total

15,566

362

1,454

2,492

3,365

4,623

3,270

949 768 272 101 2,712 2,712 1,420 1,232 8 180 1,462 433 1,608 74 12 1,140 360 2,905 160 1,001 424 1,132 – – 42 – 399 165 117 83 2,228 637 1,591

15 9 31 4 30 30 5 4 1 – 16 – 20 – – 19 1 39 5 5 16 11 – – – – 12 3 5 – 58 20 38

72 60 66 25 147 147 28 26 – 2 20 – 45 2 – 35 7 183 24 53 78 19 – – – – 54 31 18 – 303 100 203

126 113 48 30 559 559 117 112 – 5 69 4 156 – – 115 39 469 48 161 115 136 – – – – 71 35 33 – 448 139 309

189 158 34 17 896 896 292 273 1 18 138 11 316 – – 223 91 731 54 305 89 270 – – – – 47 25 19 – 468 123 345

304 243 40 14 951 951 616 541 – 75 370 58 552 11 2 426 103 943 26 336 66 485 – – 4 – 84 41 26 6 618 214 404

243 185 53 11 129 129 362 276 6 80 849 360 519 61 10 322 119 540 3 141 60 211 – – 38 – 131 30 16 77 333 41 292

East Molokai division Kaunakakai CDP West Molokai division Kualapuu CDP Maunaloa CDP

830 519 287 275 –

55 26 60 60 –

262 186 113 113 –

222 147 57 56 –

148 94 33 33 –

89 54 11 10 –

54 12 13 3 –

Lanai division Lanai City CDP

452 451

21 21

161 161

150 150

73 72

41 41

6 6

Haiku-Pauwela division Haiku-Pauwela CDP Hana division Hana CDP Kahului division Kahului CDP (part) Kihei division Kihei CDP Maalaea CDP Wailea-Makena CDP (part) Kula division Wailea-Makena CDP (part) Lahaina division Kaanapali CDP Kapalua CDP Lahaina CDP Napili-Honokowai CDP Makawao-Paia division Haliimaile CDP Makawao CDP Paia CDP Pukalani CDP Puunene division Kahului CDP (part) Spreckelsville division Kahului CDP (part) Waihee-Waikapu division Waihee-Waiehu CDP (part) Waikapu CDP Wailuku CDP (part) Wailuku division Waihee-Waiehu CDP (part) Wailuku CDP (part)

SOURCE: U.S. Bureau of the Census, 1990 Census of Population and Housing, Summary Population and Housing Characteristics, Hawaii, 1990 CPH-1-13 (August 1991), table 9.

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RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNIT CHARACTERISTICS IN DIVISIONS AND CENSUS DESIGNATED PLACES (CDP), MAUI COUNTY ALL RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS Division and Place Maui County Total

Total

One Unit, Detached or Attached

Persons Per Unit

Mean Number of Rooms

14,062

9,423

2.66

3.6

764 614 257 69 1,996 1,996 2,412 2,074 117 219 1,217 479 2,564 88 51 1,313 1,087 1,684 58 637 200 626 47 47 37 – 191 84 72 10 1,758 115 1,643

713 570 234 59 1,397 1,397 1,301 1,163 11 125 1,088 394 1,041 20 12 802 187 1,547 54 583 175 590 43 43 36 – 170 74 64 9 955 102 853

2.70 2.68 2.75 3.06 2.91 2.91 2.46 2.48 1.86 2.59 2.40 2.20 2.56 2.27 2.16 2.91 2.16 2.80 3.40 2.83 2.53 2.95 3.21 3.21 2.11 – 3.24 3.19 3.01 3.30 2.64 3.43 2.58

3.7 3.8 3.3 3.5 3.4 3.4 3.5 3.5 3.0 4.2 3.8 3.6 3.3 3.7 3.4 3.6 2.8 4.1 3.8 4.1 4.1 4.2 4.6 4.6 4.1 – 4.2 4.1 4.2 5.8 3.4 4.0 3.4

East Molokai division Kaunakakai CDP West Molokai division Kualapuu CDP Maunaloa CDP

511 304 239 98 118

361 203 212 98 106

2.65 2.40 3.35 3.50 3.43

3.3 3.5 4.0 3.5 4.6

Lanai division Lanai City CDP

385 376

325 318

2.73 2.74

4.3 4.3

Haiku-Pauwela division Haiku-Pauwela CDP Hana division Hana CDP Kahului division Kahului CDP (part) Kihei division Kihei CDP Maalaea CDP Wailea-Makena CDP (part) Kula division Wailea-Makena CDP (part) Lahaina division Kaanapali CDP Kapalua CDP Lahaina CDP Napili-Honokowai CDP Makawao-Paia division Haliimaile CDP Makawao CDP Paia CDP Pukalani CDP Puunene division Kahului CDP (part) Spreckelsville division Kahului CDP (part) Waihee-Waikapu division Waihee-Waiehu CDP (part) Waikapu CDP Wailuku CDP (part) Wailuku division Waihee-Waiehu CDP (part) Wailuku CDP (part)

SOURCE: U.S. Bureau of the Census, 1990 Census of Population and Housing, Summary Population and Housing Characteristics, Hawaii, 1990 CPH-1-13 (August 1991), table 11.

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CONTRACT RENT OF RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS IN DIVISIONS AND CENSUS DESIGNATED PLACES (CDP), MAUI COUNTY SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS PAYING CASH RENT

Division and Place Maui County Total

Total

Less than $250

$250 to $499

$500 to $749

$750 to $999

$1,000 or more

12,243

1,368

2,359

3,878

2,639

1,999

611 503 124 43 1,732 1,732 2,263 1,952 110 200 954 401 2,377 67 44 1,212 1,037 1,447 50 561 169 551 42 42 24 – 137 54 66 8 1,566 105 1,461

46 36 31 6 321 321 22 19 1 2 33 2 167 – – 137 26 54 4 10 13 17 42 42 3 – 21 9 9 1 170 12 158

147 119 41 13 423 423 177 171 1 4 107 15 271 14 3 207 44 232 17 61 40 101 – – 4 – 37 13 22 – 618 22 596

233 195 35 16 645 645 730 650 41 39 299 93 682 13 7 341 316 501 17 187 54 198 – – 4 – 47 16 27 1 530 18 512

124 102 10 5 285 285 683 587 41 55 247 120 661 6 9 241 403 424 8 214 31 148 – – 3 – 10 3 5 1 173 25 148

61 51 7 3 58 58 651 525 26 100 268 171 596 34 25 286 248 236 4 89 31 87 – – 10 – 22 13 3 5 75 28 47

East Molokai division Kaunakakai CDP West Molokai division Kualapuu CDP Maunaloa CDP

435 288 210 78 117

146 105 66 16 50

157 111 99 31 65

118 62 37 30 1

13 10 1 – –

1 – 7 1 1

Lanai division Lanai City CDP

321 314

246 241

46 46

17 17

5 3

7 7

Haiku-Pauwela division Haiku-Pauwela CDP Hana division Hana CDP Kahului division Kahului CDP (part) Kihei division Kihei CDP Maalaea CDP Wailea-Makena CDP (part) Kula division Wailea-Makena CDP (part) Lahaina division Kaanapali CDP Kapalua CDP Lahaina CDP Napili-Honokowai CDP Makawao-Paia division Haliimaile CDP Makawao CDP Paia CDP Pukalani CDP Puunene division Kahului CDP (part) Spreckelsville division Kahului CDP (part) Waihee-Waikapu division Waihee-Waiehu CDP (part) Waikapu CDP Wailuku CDP (part) Wailuku division Waihee-Waiehu CDP (part) Wailuku CDP (part)

SOURCE: U.S. Bureau of the Census, 1990 Census of Population and Housing, Summary Population and Housing Characteristics, Hawaii, 1990 CPH-1-13 (August 1991), table 11.

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Section 9

FINANCE & LABOR

Part one of this section presents statistics on the financial institutions on Maui. Part two includes figures for Maui County’s labor force. The civilian labor force for 1999 was 71,650 and the number of employed was 67,550. The unemployment rate declined 1.1% between 1998 and 1999. Data for this section came from the Hawaii State Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism, the Hawaii Credit Union League, the Hawaii Department of Industrial Labor and Relations and the Hawaii Employer’s Council.

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9.1.1

NUMBER OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS BY TYPE, MAUI COUNTY As of December 31 Maui

Lanai

Molokai

Banks Firms Locations

5 22

1 1

1 1

Savings and Loans Associations Associations Locations

6 13

1 1

2 2

1 1

– –

– –

9 14

– –

1 1

Trust Companies Firms Locations Industrial Loan Licensees Firms Locations

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs, Division of Financial Institutions, records, calendar year 1999.

9.1.2

DEPOSITS IN OFFICES OF FDIC-INSURED INSTITUTIONS, MAUI COUNTY In thousands of dollars TOTAL DEPOSITS AS OF JUNE 30 Location

1994

1995

1996

1997

1998

1999

Hana Kahului Kihei Lahaina Pukalani Paia Wailuku

2,897 483,408 133,282 203,244 75,875 19,024 202,740

3,215 482,437 138,750 196,910 80,903 18,938 203,481

2,642 487,724 140,620 211,239 85,320 18,082 204,009

2,744 501,977 147,638 204,676 89,515 20,017 206,596

2,707 510,333 160,858 217,163 96,238 21,649 205,942

2,833 507,291 170,478 232,856 102,084 23,666 230,293

43,396 22,308

44,226 23,161

46,305 22,894

45,018 24,502

48,378 23,382

49,609 23,411

1,186,174

1,192,021

1,218,835

1,242,683

1,286,650

1,342,521

Kaunakakai Lanai City Total

NOTES: Office locations were determined by zip code. FDIC-Insured institutions are commercial banks and savings associations. Deposits include savings and checking accounts, certificates of deposit, IRAs and Keogh Plans, trust funds and escrow accounts. See “deposits” in glossary accompanying Reports of Condition and Income instructions for precise definition. SOURCE: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, FDIC/OTS Summary of Deposits (annual), database available at http://www.fdic.gov.

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9.1.3

FEDERAL CREDIT UNIONS BY ASSET SIZE, MEMBERSHIP AND LOANS, MAUI COUNTY

December 1999

County Rank

Location

State Rank

Assets (dollars)

Loans (dollars)

Members

1 2 3 4 5

14 18 28 29 33

62,024,698 42,723,140 30,228,197 29,048,221 23,329,230

30,250,609 10,893,404 12,029,913 10,159,825 10,483,292

7,687 6,528 4,630 4,143 3,904

Maui County Employees HC&S Kahului Maui Land & Pine Kula Community

Wailuku Kahului Kahului Kahului Kula

Wailuku Pioneer Mill Lanai Maui Teachers Molokai Community

Wailuku Lahaina Lanai City Wailuku Kaunakakai

6 7 8 9 10

41 43 47 61 66

18,446,319 17,713,348 13,885,439 10,277,239 7,823,637

7,799,793 3,101,043 3,291,690 2,152,152 4,403,725

3,382 1,830 2,102 1,617 3,288

Lahaina Wailuku Agribusiness First Hawaiian Homes

Lahaina Wailuku Hoolehua

11 12 13

77 88 101

5,361,579 3,191,778 1,416,346

2,480,473 1,755,846 969,711

2,535 850 871

265,469,171

99,771,476

43,367

3,911,738,643 2,009,850,683

589,935

Maui County Total Statewide Total

SOURCE: National Credit Union Administration, “Call Report Data Files under FOIA for December 1999 (final).”

9.1.4

FEDERAL CREDIT UNION CHARACTERISTICS, MAUI COUNTY

1996

1997

1998

1999

Number of Credit Unions Total Members Total Assets

13 42,496 226,238,045

13 43,320 233,328,263

13 42,947 248,486,530

13 43,367 265,469,171

Total Shares and Deposits Number of Share & Deposit Accounts

185,063,063 47,180

189,820,794 48,451

203,179,151 49,409

217,693,077 51,388

93,551,716 12,801

97,762,742 12,566

96,103,956 12,395

99,771,476 12,368

Total Loans Number of Loans

SOURCE: National Credit Union Administration, ”Call Report Data Files under FOIA (final)”, December 1996, 1997, 1998 and 1999.

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CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE SUMMARY, STATE OF HAWAII AND COUNTIES Annual averages

Maui County

Hawaii County

Kauai County

City & County of Honolulu

State of Hawaii

1993 1994*

66,000 65,800

65,300 65,350

28,350 28,650

426,400 420,350

586,000 580,150

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

65,800 68,050 69,250 70,050 71,650

64,150 67,250 68,750 68,650 69,900

28,350 29,000 28,600 28,700 29,000

418,150 429,350 428,100 427,650 424,250

576,400 593,600 594,700 595,000 594,800

1993 1994*

62,500 61,300

60,400 58,300

24,700 24,550

413,250 400,850

560,900 545,000

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

61,000 63,050 64,050 65,250 67,550

57,600 60,550 61,750 62,050 63,850

25,100 25,450 25,400 25,850 26,800

398,950 406,650 405,450 404,700 403,300

542,650 555,750 556,650 557,850 561,500

1993 1994*

3,450 4,500

4,850 7,100

3,600 4,100

13,150 19,500

25,100 35,150

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

4,800 4,950 5,200 4,750 4,100

6,550 6,650 7,000 6,600 6,050

3,250 3,550 3,250 2,850 2,250

19,200 22,700 22,650 22,950 20,950

33,800 37,850 38,050 37,150 33,350

1993 1994*

5.3 6.8

7.5 10.8

12.8 14.3

3.1 4.6

4.3 6.1

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

7.3 7.3 7.5 6.8 5.7

10.2 9.9 10.2 9.6 8.7

11.4 12.2 11.3 9.9 7.7

4.6 5.3 5.3 5.4 4.9

5.9 6.4 6.4 6.2 5.6

Civilian Labor Force

Employed

Unemployed

Percent Unemployed

* Data beginning 1994 may not be strictly comparable to previous years. NOTE: Except for percent unemployed, data rounded to nearest 50. Totals may not add due to rounding.

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Labor and Industrial Relations, World Wide Web site, http://www.state.hi.us/dlir/rs/loihi/LFR/, and records.

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EMPLOYMENT STATUS OF THE CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE BY ISLAND, MAUI COUNTY Annual averages

Maui County

Maui

Molokai

Lanai

1983 1984

44,850 44,950

40,950 41,250

2,750 2,550

1,150 1,150

1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

46,950 48,600 51,600 52,750 55,000

43,550 45,050 48,050 49,200 51,300

2,300 2,500 2,600 2,450 2,250

1,050 1,050 1,000 1,050 1,450

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994*

56,500 61,500 65,900 66,000 65,800

52,400 57,300 61,250 61,600 61,400

2,700 2,650 3,050 2,850 2,900

1,400 1,550 1,600 1,550 1,500

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

65,800 68,050 69,250 70,050 71,650

61,200 63,250 64,700 65,400 66,850

2,950 3,100 2,850 2,950 3,050

1,600 1,650 1,700 1,700 1,750

1983 1984

41,450 42,250

38,150 39,000

2,200 2,200

1,050 1,000

1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

44,150 46,050 49,350 51,000 53,550

41,300 42,950 46,250 47,800 50,200

2,000 2,150 2,250 2,250 2,050

850 900 850 950 1,300

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994*

53,800 58,200 60,250 62,500 61,300

50,300 54,350 56,200 58,500 57,350

2,200 2,400 2,550 2,600 2,600

1,300 1,450 1,500 1,400 1,350

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

61,000 63,050 64,050 65,250 67,550

56,850 58,900 60,000 61,150 63,300

2,600 2,600 2,450 2,500 2,600

1,550 1,550 1,600 1,600 1,650

Civilian Labor Force

Civilian Employment

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Maui County

Maui

Molokai

Lanai

Civilian Unemployment 1983 1984

3,400 2,700

2,800 2,200

550 350

100 150

1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

2,800 2,550 2,250 1,750 1,450

2,250 2,100 1,800 1,450 1,100

300 350 300 200 200

200 100 150 100 100

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994*

2,700 3,300 5,650 3,450 4,500

2,100 2,950 5,050 3,100 4,050

500 250 500 250 300

100 100 150 150 100

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

4,800 4,950 5,200 4,750 4,100

4,400 4,400 4,650 4,250 3,600

350 500 400 450 450

100 100 100 50 100

1983 1984

7.6 6.0

6.8 5.4

19.4 13.8

9.0 11.1

1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

5.9 5.3 4.4 3.3 2.6

5.2 4.7 3.7 2.9 2.2

13.0 13.4 12.2 8.8 9.8

20.1 11.5 14.9 7.5 8.3

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994*

4.8 5.4 8.6 5.3 6.8

4.1 5.1 8.3 5.0 6.6

18.1 10.1 16.0 8.4 10.8

5.9 6.7 7.8 8.9 7.1

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

7.3 7.3 7.5 6.8 5.7

7.2 6.9 7.2 6.5 5.3

11.4 15.9 14.8 14.9 14.2

5.3 5.8 5.9 3.5 4.4

Unemployment Rate

* Data beginning 1994 may not be strictly comparable to previous years. NOTE: Except for percent unemployed, data rounded to nearest 50. Totals may not add due to rounding. SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Labor and Industrial Relations, World Wide Web site, http://www.state.hi.us/dlir/rs/loihi/LFR/, and records.

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9.2.3

LABOR FORCE BY RACE AND SEX, MAUI COUNTY PERCENT DISTRIBUTION Employed

Unemployed

Civilian Labor Force

Total 68,800 White 29,150 Asian/Pacific Islander 37,950 Japanese 10,800 Filipino 14,500 Hawaiian 9,600 Chinese 1,450 Korean 350 Other A/P Islander 1,250 Black 250 American Indian/Eskimo/Aleut 500 Other Race 950

63,650 27,150 35,000 10,450 13,450 8,250 1,350 300 1,100 250 400 900

5,150 2,050 2,950 300 1,050 1,300 100 * 150 0 100 50

100.0 42.4 55.1 15.7 21.1 13.9 2.1 0.5 1.8 0.3 0.7 1.4

100.0 42.6 54.9 16.5 21.2 13.0 2.1 0.5 1.7 0.4 0.6 1.4

100.0 39.4 57.4 6.1 20.3 25.7 2.2 0.4 2.6 0.0 2.0 1.3

7.5 7.0 7.8 2.9 7.2 13.8 7.8 6.0 10.9 0.0 20.1 6.7

Minority Group Hispanic (all races)

39,650 4,800

36,550 4,450

3,150 350

57.6 7.0

57.4 7.0

60.6 6.8

7.9 7.2

Female 30,800 White 12,550 Asian/Pacific Islander 17,600 Japanese 4,950 Filipino 6,900 Hawaiian 4,450 Chinese 700 Korean 200 Other A/P Islander 450 Black 50 American Indian/Eskimo/Aleut 300 Other Race 300

28,650 11,600 16,550 4,800 6,550 3,900 700 200 450 50 200 250

2,150 950 1,050 150 350 550 0 0 50 0 100 *

100.0 40.8 57.1 16.0 22.4 14.4 2.3 0.6 1.5 0.2 1.0 0.9

100.0 40.5 57.8 16.7 22.9 13.6 2.4 0.6 1.5 0.2 0.7 0.9

100.0 45.4 48.8 6.3 16.2 25.0 0.0 0.0 1.3 0.0 4.8 1.0

6.9 7.7 5.9 2.7 5.0 12.1 0.0 0.0 6.0 0.0 34.3 7.3

Minority Group Hispanic (all races)

18,200 2,050

17,050 1,900

1,150 150

59.2 6.7

59.5 6.7

54.6 7.3

6.4 7.5

All Female as Percent of Total

44.7%

45.0%

41.4%

Race or Sex

Civilian Labor Force

EmployUned employed

Unemployment Rate

* Less than 25. NOTES: 1) Totals may not add due to rounding. 2) Hispanic origin is classified apart from race (all Hispanic people are given a race, so someone who is Hispanic could also be Asian-American, for example). The definition is the same as the Census.

SOURCE: Hawaii Department of Labor and Industrial Relations, Update to Affirmative Action, 1997.

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ANNUAL AVERAGE JOBCOUNT BY INDUSTRY AND ISLAND, MAUI COUNTY

Industry, 1999

Maui County

Maui

Molokai

Lanai

TOTAL NONAGRICULTURAL WAGE & SALARY JOBS

58,350

54,700

2,000

1,600

4,100 2,400 1,750 300 50 150 1,450 1,050 300

3,950 2,250 1,700 300 50 100 1,450 1,050 250

100 50 * — — — — — —

50 50 * — — — — — —

Total Service Producing Transportation, Communication and Utilities Transportation Air Transportation Communication Utilities

54,200 4,500 3,500 950 550 500

50,750 4,350 3,350 900 550 450

1,950 100 50 — — —

1,550 50 — — — —

Trade Wholesale Retail General Merchandise Grocery Apparel & Accessory Eating & Drinking Establishments

15,800 1,500 14,250 1,050 1,500 950 6,350

15,350 1,500 13,850 1,000 1,400 950 6,250

250 * 250 * 100 * 50

150 * 150 — — — —

3,100

2,750

250

100

Services & Miscellaneous Hotels Health Services Hospitals Business Services Social Services Educational Services Engineering, Accounting, & Mgmt. Services

23,200 10,950 2,400 100 2,050 1,450 450 650

21,400 9,950 2,200 — 2,050 1,250 450 550

750 200 150 100 — 200 * —

1,050 850 — — — — — —

Government Federal State State Education (Dept. Ed. & U. Hawaii) Local

7,650 550 5,250 2,850 1,900

6,850 500 4,700 2,550 1,700

600 50 400 250 150

200 * 150 100 50

2,150

2,050

100



Total Goods Producing Construction and Mining Manufacturing Durable Goods Lumber & Wood Products Stone, Glass & Clay Nondurable Goods Food Processing Printing & Publishing

Finance, Insurance and Real Estate

AGRICULTURAL JOBS NOTES: Data rounded to nearest 50. Totals may not add due to rounding. * Fewer than 50.

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Labor and Industrial Relations, World Wide Web site http://www.hawaii.gov/workforce.

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AVERAGE PAY RATES FOR SELECTED JOB CLASSIFICATIONS IN PRIVATE INDUSTRY, MAUI COUNTY In dollars

State Average

1999 Job Classification1

Maui County Annual Rates

Clerk, Intermediate Level Secretary Executive Secretary Switchboard Operator/Receptionist Customer Service Clerk

23,258 28,983 35,643 23,198 26,859

23,923 29,252 32,627 26,282 29,722

Human Resources Assistant Accounts Payable/Receivable Clerk Accounting Clerk, Senior Level Cashier Teller

32,652 25,605 29,386 26,513 19,191

37,132 29,338 34,789 25,899 19,296

Hourly Rates

1 The

Housekeeper Kitchen Helper Cook, General Sales Clerk, Non-Commission Groundskeeper

11.54 11.02 15.00 8.32 11.08

10.77 9.50 15.71 9.33 11.42

Janitor, Light Building Maintenance Repairer Automotive Mechanic Warehouse Worker

9.77 15.48 16.78 11.98

9.20 14.26 15.90 11.69

19 job titles listed in this table only a portion of the job classifications in the full report; refer to the source for complete information.

SOURCE: Hawaii Employers Council, Pay Rates in Hawaii (Research Report Number 3790, October 1999).

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Visitor Industry & Recreation

Section 10

VISITOR INDUSTRY & RECREATION

This section presents statistics on numbers of visitors, visitor plant inventory, and visitor expenditures. In addition you will find information about recreation on the island including attendance at recreational events, and visitors to Maui County attractions. Information on tourism is supplied primarily by the Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau.

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AVERAGE DAILY VISITOR CENSUS, BY COUNTIES Average number of visitors present in each county on any given day

Year

State Total

Maui County

Hawaii County

Oahu*

Kauai County

1977 1978 1979

83,030 92,034 98,676

12,468 14,492 15,598

7,195 8,094 7,996

57,342 62,379 67,688

6,025 7,069 7,394

1980 1981 1982 1983 1984

96,417 95,968 105,310 108,040 118,660

15,363 15,727 18,090 24,670 32,790

7,195 6,561 6,725 8,690 7,570

66,680 66,455 73,445 66,695 67,370

7,259 7,225 7,050 7,990 10,930

1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

116,700 132,910 134,270 141,410 169,670

31,910 34,330 33,890 33,870 44,020

8,040 9,870 10,210 10,690 17,760

65,280 73,870 74,660 80,450 88,750

11,470 14,840 15,510 16,400 19,140

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

162,070 157,590 153,390 148,750 159,200

39,500 40,240 42,220 42,280 43,070

16,970 18,630 19,320 19,110 19,310

87,400 79,700 78,390 79,070 83,400

18,200 19,020 13,460 8,290 13,420

1995 1996 1997 r 1998 1999 p

159,060 161,610 158,120 159,840 163,900

42,970 42,640 43,250 44,780 NA

18,650 19,150 21,480 23,120 NA

83,090 84,500 77,280 74,630 NA

14,350 15,330 16,110 17,310 NA

NOTES: Average daily census is based on intention to visit each island. Eastbound and northbound visitors counts are based on a 20 percent sample through 1983 and a 10 percent sample thereafter. Westbound visitor counts are based on the form distributed on all Hawaii-bound flights of all domestic airlines. Data beginning with 1997 are not strictly comparable to previous years. * All eastbound visitor days were attributed to Oahu through 1988. r: Revised. p: Preliminary. NA: Not available.

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism, Research and Economic Analysis Division, “December 1999 Arrivals at a Glance;” Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau, HVCB 1998 Annual Research Report; and records.

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VISITOR ARRIVALS, MAUI COUNTY Data cover visitors to the state staying overnight or longer, and include one-day (non-overnight) trips

Westbound Visitors 1971 1972 1973 1974

554,799 710,050 766,791 852,204

1975 1976 1977 1978 1979

931,863 1,110,726 1,257,142 1,403,054 1,419,773

1980 1981 1982 1983 1984

1,378,189 1,389,892 1,550,080 1,645,720 1,854,690

1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

Eastbound Visitors1

Total Visitors

400,860

1,831,110 2,001,870 1,908,780 1,884,050 2,113,100

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

394,810 396,600 482,660 470,460 454,250

1,995,160 1,925,460 1,859,680 1,790,480 1,900,330

2,389,970 2,322,060 2,342,340 2,260,940 2,354,580

1995 1996 1997 r 1998 1999 p

489,900 494,890 470,980 416,160 325,020

1,855,730 1,830,140 1,879,330 1,944,220 1,999,450

2,345,630 2,325,030 2,350,310 2,360,380 2,324,470

2,513,960

1

County distribution for eastbound visitors not available before 1989. r: Revised. p: Preliminary.

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism, Research and Economic Analysis Division, “1999 Monthly Highlights,” December 1999; Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau, HVCB 1998 Annual Research Report; and records.

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LENGTH OF STAY AND AVERAGE DAILY CENSUS EASTBOUND, WESTBOUND AND TOTAL, BY ISLAND, MAUI COUNTY

1994

1995

1996

1997 r

1998

1999 p

Length of Stay (days)1 All Visitors Maui Molokai Lanai

6.55 5.48 5.39

6.52 7.40 7.47

6.54 6.31 6.80

6.61 6.66 6.73

6.84 6.62 5.17

NA NA NA

Westbound Maui Molokai Lanai

7.38 5.79 5.66

7.39 7.48 7.56

7.37 6.70 7.03

7.48 7.59 7.12

7.48 6.93 5.35

7.34 5.52 4.37

Eastbound Maui Molokai Lanai

3.14 2.17 2.17

3.42 1.97 3.67

3.45 2.03 2.26

3.18 1.48 2.94

3.90 3.39 3.15

2.86 2.13 2.75

Average Daily Census (visitors) Total Maui Molokai Lanai

40,740 1,170 1,160

39,900 1,400 1,670

39,320 1,460 1,860

39,930 1,470 1,850

42,180 1,290 1,310

NA NA NA

Westbound Maui Molokai Lanai

36,770 1,130 1,120

35,410 1,360 1,640

34,930 1,450 1,840

35,810 1,420 1,770

37,720 1,230 1,240

NA NA NA

Eastbound Maui Molokai Lanai

3,970 40 40

4,490 40 30

4,390 10 20

4,120 50 80

4,460 60 70

NA NA NA

1

Length of stay is the average number of days that visitors who travel to a specific island have stayed on that island.

r: Revised p: Preliminary NA: Not available.

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism, Research and Economic Analysis Division, “1999 Monthly Highlights,” December 1999; Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau, Market Research Department, HVCB 1998 Annual Research Report, and records.

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WESTBOUND MAINLAND VISITORS TO MAUI COUNTY

Maui County

Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California

150

Maui

Molokai

Lanai

7,570 12,660 43,470 4,990 579,840

7,360 11,930 42,320 4,900 564,290

360 830 1,490 160 14,930

470 220 2,100 230 21,310

Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia

43,330 13,440 1,980 38,950 26,220

41,980 13,010 1,920 37,910 25,600

1,500 410 90 2,080 840

1,840 760 90 2,720 1,520

Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas

9,170 71,880 22,320 10,540 10,320

8,900 70,190 21,890 10,230 10,070

320 2,220 790 410 320

390 3,420 1,110 420 520

Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts

9,450 7,750 2,820 17,670 23,760

9,240 7,550 2,720 17,150 23,140

410 340 110 730 830

530 480 160 1,030 1,170

Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana

41,210 30,670 3,390 21,290 5,660

40,360 29,850 3,350 20,680 5,430

1,350 960 190 740 350

1,730 1,090 200 1,190 270

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Maui County

Maui

Molokai

Lanai

Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico

6,760 19,600 4,000 33,540 8,480

6,530 19,060 3,850 32,840 8,200

250 650 190 1,000 360

280 870 230 1,870 470

New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma

55,510 16,390 2,360 40,240 8,890

54,090 16,050 2,330 39,340 8,610

1,740 620 50 1,690 380

3,200 900 40 2,220 610

Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota

52,510 31,370 2,740 7,270 2,270

50,540 30,680 2,660 7,140 2,200

2,000 1,090 90 290 120

1,550 1,750 130 430 80

Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia

14,420 72,240 23,470 1,570 23,430

14,040 70,130 22,950 1,520 22,700

560 2,200 670 90 940

790 4,460 850 100 1,460

115,760 2,370 2,480 22,490 2,250

112,370 2,270 2,450 21,890 2,180

3,560 100 110 810 60

3,350 180 180 1,120 80

Washington Washington, D.C. West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming

NOTE: Intended visits to islands.

SOURCE: Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau, Market Research Department, HVCB 1998 Annual Research Report.

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VISITORS TO MAUI COUNTY BY MONTH 1999 Preliminary

Maui County

Maui

Molokai

Lanai

185,990 200,540 218,640 193,420 183,370 196,170

180,200 194,340 212,710 188,030 178,380 190,680

5,680 7,030 5,850 5,340 4,930 6,350

7,430 8,660 8,660 8,730 6,590 7,380

218,260 210,470 174,940 201,230 178,430 163,010 2,324,470

213,880 206,400 170,650 195,330 173,290 157,380 2,261,270

5,080 5,370 4,650 7,160 5,300 5,670 68,410

6,780 6,140 6,350 10,310 6,970 6,720 90,720

156,540 169,410 191,790 164,910 151,350 174,460

151,570 163,860 186,380 160,350 146,760 170,470

5,030 6,070 5,590 5,210 4,780 4,820

6,860 8,080 8,200 7,970 6,240 7,010

189,480 181,420 148,530 179,410 155,640 136,510 1,999,450

185,230 177,630 144,970 174,000 150,570 131,330 1,943,120

4,950 5,050 4,550 6,640 4,980 5,510 63,180

6,650 6,000 5,450 9,950 6,780 6,400 85,590

29,450 31,130 26,850 28,510 32,020 21,710

28,630 30,480 26,330 27,680 31,620 20,210

650 960 260 130 150 1,530

570 580 460 760 350 370

28,780 29,050 26,410 21,820 22,790 26,500 325,020

28,650 28,770 25,680 21,330 22,720 26,050 318,150

130 320 100 520 320 160 5,230

130 140 900 360 190 320 5,130

Total Visitors January February March April May June July August September October November December Total Westbound Visitors January February March April May June July August September October November December Total Eastbound Visitors January February March April May June July August September October November December Total

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism, Research and Economic Analysis Division, “1999 Monthly Highlights,” January-December 1999, http://www.state.hi.us.gov/dbedt/monthly/index99.html.

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NATION OF RESIDENCE OF VISITORS TO MAUI COUNTY 1998

MAUI Total

Westbound Eastbound

LANAI

Region

Westbound

Total

1,890,960

411,800 2,302,760

66,590

6,320 72,910

86,750

7,640

94,390

U.S.

1,629,790

50,340 1,680,130

54,110

1,240 55,350

74,350

0

74,350

Canada

Eastbound

MOLOKAI Total

Westbound Eastbound

Total

116,710

7,780

124,490

6,220

280

6,500

6,580

230

6,810

Asia China Hong Kong Indonesia Japan Korea Philippines Singapore Taiwan Malaysia Thailand Other Asia

4,680 1,280 520 10,790 1,540 2,020 240 2,070 90 160 3,570

2,910 3,600 1,910 312,740 2,280 0 1,200 7,550 290 0 660

7,590 4,880 2,430 323,530 3,820 2,020 1,440 9,620 380 160 4,230

250 80 20 450 80 50 0 100 10 20 160

0 0 0 2,260 0 0 250 1,100 0 0 0

250 80 20 2,710 80 50 250 1,200 10 20 160

200 140 40 540 60 130 20 30 10 20 130

0 150 0 4,290 300 0 250 840 0 0 0

200 290 40 4,830 360 130 270 870 10 20 130

Total Asia

26,960

333,130

360,090

1,230

3,610

4,840

1,290

5,820

7,110

Oceania Australia New Zealand1 Other Oceania

5,450 2,410 1,020

4,640 0 2,820

10,090 2,410 3,840

170 180 80

0 0 440

170 180 520

150 120 40

0 0 440

150 120 480

Total Oceania

8,880

7,460

16,340

440

440

880

300

440

740

Europe United Kingdom Germany France Italy2 Switzerland Norway Sweden Other Scandinavia Other Europe

24,790 29,730 5,140 3,070 8,120 560 2,920 1,360 19,220

5,490 5,550 630 0 580 0 0 0 80

30,280 35,280 5,770 3,070 8,700 560 2,920 1,360 19,300

930 1,540 160 80 320 30 70 40 920

510 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1,440 1,540 160 80 320 30 70 40 920

1,160 1,110 200 100 330 50 120 70 600

510 0 630 0 0 0 0 0 0

1,670 1,110 830 100 330 50 120 70 600

Total Europe

94,910

12,330

107,240

4,090

510

4,600

3,740

1,140

4,880

Other Foreign

13,720

760

14,480

500

230

730

490

0

490

Total Foreign

261,170

361,450

622,620

12,480

5,080 17,560

12,400

7,640

20,040

1 2

Eastbound New Zealand counts are included in Eastbound Other Oceania. Eastbound Italy, Eastbound Norway, and Eastbound Other Scandinavia counts are included in Eastbound Other Europe.

SOURCE: Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau, Market Research Department, HVCB 1998 Annual Research Report.

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PKF-HAWAII OCCUPANCY AND ROOM RATES, FOOD AND BEVERAGE SALES, ISLANDS OF MAUI AND MOLOKAI Includes condominium units in rental pools for transient occupancy

AVERAGE DAILY SALES PER GUEST Percent Occupied

Average Daily Room Rate

Average Revenue per Available Room

Food

Beverage

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

70.10 63.35 63.49 67.56 72.69

130.49 125.05 124.77 122.88 125.70

62.11 58.58 79.22 83.02 91.37

26.30 26.36 24.30 23.04 22.72

9.59 9.47 8.21 7.16 6.61

13.89 14.15 14.14 14.17 14.61

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

73.53 73.37 71.58 72.81 77.25

144.36 155.54 156.37 161.40 167.08

106.15 114.11 111.93 117.52 129.06

25.72 26.32 26.92 27.12 28.62

7.23 7.56 7.94 8.23 9.05

15.99 17.09 17.11 17.75 19.16

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

47.83 37.47 44.24 42.66 41.19

66.28 71.35 77.30 74.69 72.18

32.20 33.35 34.19 31.87 29.73

27.57 36.79 34.10 32.27 34.52

9.90 12.05 9.78 10.45 12.16

10.23 10.02 9.73 10.66 8.57

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

37.47 39.00 40.42 44.18 41.08

71.85 74.44 74.02 78.43 74.54

26.92 29.03 29.92 34.65 30.62

42.40 56.65 47.17 36.62 NA

15.26 17.14 17.31 11.33 NA

10.00 10.64 10.04 10.76 NA

Year

Food Sales Per Cover

Maui

Molokai

NOTE: PKF-Hawaii LLP publishes comparable statistics only for the last two years. Participating hotel and resort condominiums differ from year to year, so earlier survey statistics are not strictly comparable due to changes in the participants’ number, type, location and size. NA: Not available. SOURCE: PKF-Hawaii LLP, Trends in the Hotel Industry, Hawaii, December 1999, and records.

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PKF-HAWAII TRENDS IN THE HOTEL INDUSTRY, MAUI COUNTY Total Maui

1999

Kaanapali

West Maui

Other

Molokai

Room Sales for the Total Market Percent Occupied Average Daily Room Rate Revenue / Available Room

77.25 167.08 129.06

80.77 170.89 138.03

78.28 150.26 117.63

72.31 175.93 127.21

41.08 74.54 30.62

Room Sales for the Hotel Market Percent Occupied Average Daily Room Rate Revenue / Available Room

78.31 180.20 141.12

81.57 168.26 137.24

77.37 169.73 131.32

73.55 207.72 152.77

N/A N/A N/A

Room Sales for the Resort Condo Market Percent Occupied Average Daily Room Rate Revenue / Available Room

74.91 137.02 102.65

75.08 191.43 143.72

79.06 134.18 106.08

70.15 117.69 82.56

50.56 78.58 39.73

28.62 9.05 19.16

22.61 7.33 17.23

39.96 13.60 26.29

36.29 10.61 19.31

N/A N/A N/A

Food Sales for the Total Market Average Daily Food per Guest Average Daily Beverage per Guest Average Food Sales Per Cover

SOURCE: PKF-Hawaii LLP, Trends in the Hotel Industry, Hawaii, December 1999.

10.2.3

PKF-HAWAII QUALITY AND SIZE REPORT, MAUI COUNTY 1999

MAUI

MOLOKAI

Room Quality Percent Occupied Average Daily Room Rate Revenue / Available Room

Luxury 77.22 250.77 193.63

First Class 78.71 171.29 134.82

Deluxe 77.94 125.71 97.98

Standard 76.08 79.57 60.54

Budget 61.20 46.84 28.67

Standard 40.48 71.01 28.74

Number of Rooms on Property Percent Occupied Average Daily Room Rate Revenue / Available Room

Under 100 58.07 143.97 83.61

100 - 200 77.86 114.31 89.00

201 - 350 75.30 154.14 116.07

351 - 500 79.31 209.73 166.34

Over 500 80.56 174.74 140.77

Under 100 49.52 74.89 37.08

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PRICEWATERHOUSECOOPERS HOSPITALITY REPORT, MAUI ISLAND 1999 Total Maui

Occupancy

Average Daily Rate

Revenue per Available Room

77.4%

160.11

123.93

80.1% 73.8%

152.64 170.61

122.26 125.91

74.5% 83.5% 75.1% 75.4% 73.3%

272.20 175.16 118.91 83.21 61.78

202.79 146.26 89.30 62.74 45.28

By Area Lahaina/Kaanapali/Kapalua Other Maui By Price Luxury Upscale Midprice Economy Budget

SOURCE: Smith Travel Research in PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, Hawaii Hotel Flash Report, December 1999. ©1999 PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP.

10.2.5

VISITOR PLANT INVENTORY BY ISLAND AND PRICE, MAUI COUNTY 1997 Class (Price per Night)

Units

% of Total

Budget: $100 or less Standard: $101 to $250 Deluxe: $251 to $500 Luxury: Over $500 All levels

3,884 6,106 6,810 608 17,408

22.3% 35.1% 39.1% 3.5% 100.0%

Budget: $100 or less Standard: $101 to $250 Deluxe: $251 to $500 All levels

184 232 4 420

43.8% 55.2% 1.0% 100.0%

Budget: $100 or less Standard: $101 to $250 Deluxe: $251 to $500 Luxury: Over $500 All levels

11 25 290 39 365

3.0% 6.8% 79.5% 10.7% 100.0%

1998 Properties

Units

% of Total

Properties

196

3,464 6,545 6,924 618 17,551

19.7% 37.3% 39.5% 3.5% 100.0%

200

9

167 218 4 389

42.9% 56.1% 1.0% 100.0%

9

5

12 5 270 82 369

3.2% 1.4% 73.2% 22.2% 100.0%

6

Maui

Molokai

Lanai

SOURCE: Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau, Market Research Department, 1997 Visitor Plant Inventory and 1998 Visitor Plant Inventory.

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VISITOR PLANT INVENTORY BY ISLAND AND TYPE, MAUI COUNTY

1993 u

Maui Apartment/Hotel Bed & Breakfast Hostel Hotel Condominium Hotel Condo Individual Vacation Unit Bungalow Cottage Lodge Other Total

1994 u

1996

1997

1998

Prop- Available

Prop- Available

Prop- Available

Prop- Available

Prop- Available

erties

erties

erties

erties

erties

Units

Units

Units

Units

Units

1 24 2 28

39 203 44 8,901

4 21 1 30

50 183 24 8,934

4 21 1 26

50 96 24 8,172

4 26 2 24

50 115 44 8,786

5 31 2 27

58 136 44 8,565

40 91

4,441 4,628

40 90

4,362 4,420

39 93

4,346 4,086

108 –

8,095 –

106 –

8,007 –













46

328

48

331

1 20 13 137 1 5 3 12 208 18,443

1 20 11 105 1 5 7 38 206 18,141

2 65 23 85 1 5 13 44 223 16,973

– – – – – – 21 164 231 17,582

– – – – – – 21 570 240 17,711

Molokai Bed & Breakfast Hotel

– 3

– 272

– 3

– 245

– 3

– 245

1 3

1 226

1 3

1 226

Condominium Hotel Condo Cottage Other Total

1 4 – 1 9

108 195 – 4 579

1 4 – 1 9

91 176 – 4 516

1 4 1 2 11

81 149 1 5 481

5 – – 2 11

310 – – 64 601

5 – – 2 11

279 – – 64 570

Lanai Bed & Breakfast Hotel

– 3

– 363

– 3

– 363

2 3

4 363

1 3

3 363

1 3

3 363

Individual Vacation Unit Cottage Other Total

– 2 – 5

– 4 – 367

– 2 – 5

– 4 – 367

– 2 – 7

– 3 – 370

1 – 1 6

1 – 2 369

2 – – 6

3 – – 369

NOTES: Categories vary in the way they are reported from year to year. HVCB did not conduct an update survey in 1995. Counts for Maui County between 1989 and 1994 were revised in 1996 due to double counting of certain units. These revisions are not reflected in this table. INDIVIDUAL VACATION UNIT: Individual condominium unit (not in a hotel rental operation), house, cabin, villa or cottage with very limited service, often with only basic cleaning supplies provided. – Not available, not reported or none.

u: Unrevised.

SOURCE: Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau, Market Research Department, 1998 Visitor Plant Inventory and records.

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SUMMARY OF VISITOR PLANT INVENTORY BY AREA AND TYPE, MAUI COUNTY

1998 Island/Area/Type Maui

Available Units

Properties

17,711

240

Hana Bed & Breakfast Condominium Hotel Hotel Individual Vacation Unit Other

166 2 18 93 31 22

23 1 1 1 8 12

Kahului-Wailuku Bed & Breakfast Hostel Hotel Other

481 7 44 402 28

9 1 2 3 3

Kula-Makawao Bed & Breakfast Condominium Hotel Hotel Individual Vacation Unit Other

108 48 12 6 27 15

24 13 1 1 6 3

9,788 46 57 4,366 4,755 75 489

87 3 9 50 11 9 5

Maalaea Condominium Hotel Individual Vacation Unit

282 277 5

9 8 1

Wailea-Kihei Apartment/ Hotel Bed & Breakfast Condominium Hotel Hotel Individual Vacation Unit Other

6,886 12 22 3,334 3,309 193 16

88 2 7 46 11 20 2

Molokai Bed & Breakfast Condominium Hotel Hotel Other

570 1 279 226 64

11 1 5 3 2

Lanai

369 3 363 3

6 1 3 2

Lahaina-Kaanapali-Napili-Kapalua Apartment/ Hotel Bed & Breakfast Condominium Hotel Hotel Individual Vacation Unit Other

Bed & Breakfast Hotel Individual Vacation Unit

SOURCE: Hawaii Visitors Bureau, Market Research Department, 1998 Visitor Plant Inventory.

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10.2.8

VISITOR PLANT INVENTORY, MAUI COUNTY

Year

Available Units

1965 1966 1967 1968 1969

1,231 1,497 1,714 2,043 2,415

1970 1971 1972 1973 1974

2,743 3,695 4,095 4,075 5,208

1975 1976 1977 1978 1979

5,830 7,232 8,037 8,736 9,472

1980 1981 1982 1983 1984

9,701 11,359 12,162 12,749 13,138

1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 r

14,152 14,096 13,849 15,168 15,708

1990 r 1991 r 1992 r 1993 r 1994 r

17,869 18,702 19,290 19,127 18,804

1995 1996 1997 1998

NA 17,824 18,552 18,650

NOTES: Includes hotels and condominiums available for transient rental. Counts for Maui County were revised in 1996 due to double counting of certain units. HVCB did not conduct an update survey in 1995. r: revised

NA: not available.

SOURCE: Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau, Market Research Department, 1998 Visitor Plant Inventory.

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10.2.9

LARGEST HOTELS BY NUMBER OF SLEEPING ROOMS, MAUI COUNTY Number of Maximum Sleeping Exhibit Area Rooms & Suites (sq. ft.)

Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa

Maximum Number of Meeting/Banquet Employees Number of Seating Capacity (or FTE) Restaurants

806

20,000

1,500

800

5

780

28,000

1,400

975

6

756

16,000

1,000

645

6

720

DND

1,700

508

5

548

19,200

1,200

800

4

Lahaina, Maui

Grand Wailea Resort Hotel & Spa Wailea, Maui

The Westin Maui Lahaina, Maui

Maui Marriott Resort Lahaina, Maui

The Ritz-Carlton Kapalua Kapalua, Maui ○



















































The Royal Lahaina Resort







































511

4,100

250

510

6,500

475



























320

4

300-400

DND

3

13,800

1,100

DND

2

430

4,030

350

245

3

413

12,400

550

420

4





















Lahaina, Maui

Sheraton Maui Lahaina, Maui

Outrigger Wailea Resort Wailea, Maui

Kaanapali Beach Hotel Lahaina, Maui

Kea Lani Hotel Suites & Villas Wailea, Maui ○



















































Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea

































































380

DND

500

DND

3

349

DND

400

400

4

310

DND

350

DND

5

288

DND

DND

DND

None

265

750

50

75

2

Wailea, Maui

Renaissance Wailea Beach Resort Wailea, Maui

The Westin Maui Prince Hotel, Makena Wailea, Maui

Maui Park Lahaina, Maui

Maui Coast Hotel Kihei, Maui ○



















































Embassy Vacation Resort Kaanapali Beach1



































































413

DND

DND

320

2

250

6,126

232

364

4

225

DND

DND

NA

1

198

None

None

43

None

196

DND

NA

350

3

Lahaina, Maui

The Manele Bay Hotel Lanai City, Lanai

Maui Seaside Hotel Kahului, Maui

Marc Royal Kahana Resort Lahaina, Maui

Kapalua Bay Hotel Lahaina, Maui ○



















































Maui Lu



































































120

DND

DND

33

DND

102

4,514

128

165

3

Kihei, Maui

Lodge at Koele Lanai City, Lanai DND: Did not disclose. 1

NA: Not applicable / not available.

FTE: Full time equivalent.

Currently in the process of converting to timeshare units.

SOURCE: “Largest Maui County Hotels,” Pacific Business News, January 14, 2000, p. 27.

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10.3.1

EXPENDITURES PER DAY BY VISITORS FROM THE MAINLAND AND JAPAN, BY EXPENDITURE TYPE, STATE OF HAWAII In dollars; excludes transpacific travel costs

VISITORS FROM MAINLAND Expenditure Type

VISITORS FROM JAPAN

1994

1995

1996

1997

1994

1995

1996

1997

133.79

132.73

137.04

157.07

340.88

356.15

286.89

279.58

Food and Beverage 30.96 Restaurants 21.74 Dinner Shows 2.94 Dinner or Lunch Cruises 1.02 Nightclubs/Bars 1.88 Groceries 3.38

30.39 20.61 3.16 0.99 2.20 3.43

30.76 20.61 3.70 1.10 1.92 3.43

31.85 18.49 5.07 3.02 2.15 3.12

43.78 23.92 4.54 7.55 0.93 6.84

45.43 25.24 5.29 6.11 1.04 7.75

39.45 24.77 3.34 5.32 0.69 5.32

40.09 21.71 5.81 6.04 0.63 5.89

All Items

Entertainment Attractions Sports and Recreation Other Entertainment

6.59 2.54 3.55 0.50

6.84 2.57 3.76 0.51

7.44 3.08 3.90 0.46

12.54 7.81 3.37 1.36

13.13 5.06 7.66 0.41

10.28 3.78 6.01 0.49

10.74 5.22 5.25 0.27

15.41 10.18 5.05 0.18

Transportation Ground Transportation Rental Vehicles Interisland Travel Gasoline Purchased Parking Expense Sightseeing Tours

18.36 0.69 8.74 4.36 0.91 0.56 3.10

17.69 0.93 7.99 4.00 0.84 0.58 3.35

20.05 0.69 8.58 4.71 1.01 0.55 4.51

23.96 1.00 7.29 6.01 1.27 0.84 7.55

16.81 1.65 2.56 6.13 0.24 0.30 5.92

18.25 2.63 2.56 5.66 0.15 0.21 7.04

12.21 1.57 1.24 4.11 0.07 0.04 5.18

16.52 2.78 2.49 3.32 0.15 0.01 7.64

Clothing

8.43

8.49

8.01

8.38

34.44

34.13

30.74

29.19

Other Fashion1

7.49

5.84

5.95

6.23

78.81

79.79

69.39

66.98

Agriculture

1.64

1.67

1.79

1.79

5.60

5.21

4.58

5.13

Communication

0.74

0.77

0.68

0.64

1.08

1.09

0.62

0.76

Personal service

1.44

1.32

1.32

1.43

3.11

2.97

2.08

2.39

49.89

49.07

49.33

59.78

84.45

89.94

73.49

79.60

Souvenirs

3.83

3.98

4.43

5.04

19.30

17.30

12.08

13.60

All other

2.76

4.96

5.56

3.81

8.02

8.25

7.81

7.30

Adjustment2

1.68

1.71

1.72

1.62

32.35

43.51

23.70

2.61

Lodging

NOTE: Columns may not sum due to rounding. 1 2

Jewelry, watches, cosmetics, perfumes, leather goods, etc. A per day estimate by each visitor concerning the dollar amount that he/she may have neglected to include in the listed categories.

SOURCE: Hawaii Visitors & Convention Bureau, HVCB 1997 Annual Research Report, and records.

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10.3.2

ECONOMIC ACTIVITY GENERATED BY VISITOR-RELATED EXPENDITURES, STATE OF HAWAII

1 2 3 4

State and County Tax Revenues ($ million)2

Year

Visitor-Related Expenditures ($ million)1

Gross State Product ($ million)2

Household Income ($ million)2

1988 1989

8,813.8 9,613.4

5,914.0 6,450.6

3,578.4 3,903.1

618.6 680.3

147.4 156.7

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

10,109.2 11,039.5 10,020.1 9,125.1 11,035.7

6,783.3 7,407.5 6,262.6 5,703.2 6,897.3

4,104.3 4,482.1 3,952.0 3,599.0 4,352.6

714.0 797.6 752.7 687.2 826.4

163.1 168.1 181.6 176.3 176.4

1995 1996 1997 19984

12,027.0 11,126.6 11,231.7 11,594.7

7,516.9 6,954.1 7,019.8 7,246.7

4,743.5 4,388.4 4,429.9 4,573.0

912.0 870.0 880.0 903.3

177.7 179.6 180.7 180.1

Jobs (1,000)3

Direct expenditures by visitors, airline and ship crews, and overseas airlines. Direct and indirect. Direct and indirect; includes self-employment. Preliminary estimate.

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Business, Economic Development & Tourism, Hawaii’s Economy, July 1999, p. 6.

10.3.3

VISITOR EXPENDITURES BY ISLAND In thousands of dollars 19901

19911

1992

1993

1994

Maui Molokai Lanai

2,023,032 58,985 15,165

2,225,228 89,838 57,166

2,221,593 78,917 57,522

2,126,709 68,227 52,240

2,531,596 68,334 72,426

Oahu Kauai Hawaii

5,441,149 945,777 925,664

5,353,171 1,104,896 1,090,603

5,525,217 573,500 1,102,131

4,870,071 547,702 1,012,636

6,107,237 637,734 1,185,845

Total

9,409,772

9,920,902

9,558,880

8,677,585

10,603,172

1 Unrevised estimates. The State totals were later revised (to $9,738 million for 1990 and $10,634 million for 1991) but estimates by islands were not corrected.

SOURCE: Hawaii Visitors Bureau, 1991 Island Supplement (1992), p. 20; 1992 Island Supplement (1993), p. 21; Visitor Expenditures 1993 (1994), p. 59; 1994 Annual Research Report (1996), p. 43.

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SUMMARY CHARACTERISTICS OF WESTBOUND AND EASTBOUND VISITORS TO MAUI COUNTY

Total

Westbound

Eastbound

2,360,350 2,302,760 72,910 94,390

1,944,200 1,890,960 66,590 86,750

416,150 411,800 6,320 7,640

Oahu Kauai Big Island ... Kona ... Hilo

1,096,360 430,120 434,790 353,860 199,560

715,550 370,740 356,210 309,440 157,560

380,810 59,380 78,580 44,420 42,000

One Island Only Maui Only Molokai Only Lanai Only Neighbor Is. Only

1,010,610 990,060 9,130 11,420 1,263,990

983,970 963,970 8,940 11,060 1,228,650

26,640 26,090 190 360 35,340

945,540 1,414,810

757,930 1,186,270

187,610 228,540

4.02

4.22

3.06

383,200 1,187,530 789,620

329,090 1,010,820 604,290

54,110 176,710 185,330

2.01

1.97

2.23

Accomodations Hotel ... Hotel Only Condo ... Condo Only Apartment Bed & Breakfast Cruise Ship Friends or Relatives

1,513,430 1,330,700 702,210 581,510 32,280 38,080 63,190 148,420

1,163,810 1,005,590 652,020 542,790 29,900 31,150 62,650 134,220

349,620 325,110 50,190 38,720 2,380 6,930 540 14,200

Gender and Age Male Female

1,339,880 1,020,470

1,017,450 926,750

322,430 93,720

Average Age

42.42

43.95

35.28

Planned Destinations Maui County ... Maui ... Molokai ... Lanai

Trips to Hawaii First trip Repeat Average number of trips Party Size One person Two persons Three or more persons Average party size

SOURCE: Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau, Market Research Department, HVCB 1998 Annual Research Report.

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ATTENDANCE AT MUSEUMS AND OTHER CULTURAL ATTRACTIONS, MAUI COUNTY Calendar year unless otherwise specified

Island and Cultural Attraction

1995

1996

1997

1998

Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum Halekii-Pihana Heiaus State Monument1 Hana Cultural Center (Hale Wai Wai O Hana) Hawaii Nature Center Iao Valley State Monument1

29,831 6,433 14,052 11,400 624,200

23,676 9,050 11,680 10,600 651,600

27,748 10,150 NA 25,200 710,000

27,832 NA NA 55,699 NA

Kula Botanical Gardens Lahaina Restoration Foundation Baldwin Missionary Home Museum Brig Carthaginian Hale Pa’ahao (Old Lahaina Prison) Hale Pa’i Printing House Wo Hing Temple Museum

23,030 208,530 53,600 65,160 31,800 8,430 49,540

22,470 202,350 48,250 65,300 30,800 8,200 49,800

23,100 202,556 50,180 62,688 31,800 10,578 47,310

23,800 213,192 56,703 57,673 32,347 4,020 62,449

Maui Historical Society Bailey House Museum Maui Ocean Center2 Maui Tropical Plantation Maui Zoological & Botanical Gardens3 Whale Center of the Pacific

13,511 — 307,774 60,000 504,061

14,140 — NA — 445,384

14,000 — NA — 436,246

14,000 NA NA — 426,132

6,729 1,891

8,995 —

9,589 —

11,658 —

Maui

Molokai Kalaupapa Settlement Molokai Ranch Wildlife Conservation Park4

NA: Not available, open. 1 2 3 4

— : Not available, closed.

Years ending June 30. Opened in March 1998. Closed permanently December 31, 1995. Closed permanently in 1996.

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Business, Economic Development & Tourism, Research and Economic Analysis Division, State of Hawaii Data Book 1998, Table 7.34 and records.

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10.5.2

NATIONAL AND STATE HISTORIC SITES, MAUI COUNTY

Total Maui County

Maui

Kahoolawe

Lanai

Molokai

Listed Hawaii Register only Listed National Register only Listed both Hawaii and National Register Eligible for National Register1

37 4 21 1

– 1 – –

– – 2 –

41 10 40 2

78 15 63 3

Total sites

63

1

2

93

159

1

Sites declared eligible for National Register listing by the National Board.

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Land and Natural Resources, State Historic Preservation Division, records, 1998.

10.5.3

NATIONAL, STATE AND COUNTY PARKS, MAUI COUNTY

Parks

1990

1991

1992

1993

1994

2 38,252 1,289,903

2 38,252 1,261,378

2 38,252 NA

2 38,252 1,346,521

2 38,252 1,556,417

State Parks & Historic Sites2 Number of areas Acreage* Visits (1,000)

13 575 3,692

13 582 2,770

13 582 2,259

10 565 2,318

10 565 1,967

County Parks Number of areas Acreage

107 1,030

109 1,116

109 1,116

117 1,193

135 1,210

National Parks1 Number of areas Acreage Visits

1

As of December 31. Declines since 1992 reflect transfer of areas to county. * Figures rounded. SOURCE: U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Pacific Area Office, records; Hawaii State Department of Land and Natural Resources, Division of State Parks, records. County data compiled by the Hawaii State Department of Business, Economic Development & Tourism from data provided by county parks and recreation departments. 2

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10.6.1

SEATING CAPACITIES OF SELECTED FACILITIES, MAUI COUNTY Facility

Capacity

Stadiums, Auditoriums and Gymnasiums War Memorial Complex Track & Football Stadium Baseball Stadium Gym Maui High Gym Baldwin High Auditorium Wailuku Gym Civic Centers and Theaters Lahaina Civic Center Convention Hall Maui Arts & Cultural Center Ampitheater Castle Theater Gallery Theater Stage McCoy Theater Community Hall Classroom C Mayor Eddie Tam Memorial Center Mayor Eddie Tam Hall Wailuku Community Center Kahului Community Center Haiku Community Center Paia Community Center Kula Community Center Upcountry Community Center Upcountry Community Center (2 halls each) Maui Community College Student Center Lounge

6,000 1,200 2,996 2,000 1,183 600 4,050 4,000 1,200 400 400 300 230 160 1,500 380 500 200 250 250 180 556 96 100

Movie Theaters Kaahumanu Center Theaters (6 theaters) Kukui Mall Theatres (4 theaters) Front Street Theatres (4 theaters) Lahaina Cinemas (3 theaters) Churches First Assembly of God Maui (Puunene Avenue) First Assembly of God (Kane Street) St. Anthony Church Makawao Union Church First Assembly of God Maui (Kula) Makawao Union Church Hall First Assembly of God Maui (Molokai) Iao Congregational Iao Congregational Hall St. John Episcopal Church St. John Episcopal Church Hall Trinity Episcopal Church by the Sea

2,000 500 500 350 250 200 200 175 100 100 200 100

SOURCE: Officials of the facilities; The State of Hawaii Data Book 1992, table 680. Compiled by the Maui Economic Development Board, Inc.

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Section 11

DOMESTIC TRADE

This final section covers data on manufactures, service establishments, professional firms, retail trade, industrial parks and the general excise tax base. Also included is a list of Maui County’s largest private corporations. The largest private corporation based in Maui is Maui Land & Pineapple with 2,040 employees, and sales of $147 million in 1999. Maui County is moving into the high technology development phase, with a public-private partnership working to develop the Maui Research & Technology Park at Kihei to support emerging high technology business.

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MANUFACTURING KAHULUI AND MAUI COUNTY Includes operating manufacturing establishments and auxiliaries

MAUI COUNTY

KAHULUI

1987

1992

1987

1992

88 16

98 11

31 6

29 4

All Employees Number (1,000) Payroll ($1,000,000)

2.8 54.9

2.2 61.9

1.7 31.9

1.0 31.0

Production Workers Number (1,000) Hours (millions) Wages ($1,000,000)

2.2 4.6 39.0

1.3 3.1 29.0

1.5 3.0 25.3

0.6 1.4 11.6

Value Added by Manufacture2 ($1,000,000)

159.0

144.3

59.8

47.6

Cost of Materials3 ($1,000,000)

154.9

130.5

102.1

73.7

Value of Shipments3 ($1,000,000)

314.2

275.0

161.8

121.1

All Establishments1 Total (number) With 20 employees or more (number)

1

Includes establishments with payroll at any time during the year. Computed using inventory data reported at cost or market prior to adjustment to LIFO cost. 3 Aggregate of cost of materials and value of shipments includes extensive duplication, since products of some industries are used as materials by others. 2

SOURCE: U.S. Bureau of the Census, 1987 Census of Manufactures, MC87-A-12; 1992 Census of Manufactures, MC92-A-12.

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INDUSTRIAL PARKS, ISLAND OF MAUI

Size

Location

Types of industries

Maui Research & Technology Park

330 acres

Kihei

High technology

Kahului Industrial Park

200 acres

Kahului

Light industrial and commercial

Wailuku Industrial Park

55 acres

Wailuku

Construction base yard, trucking, commercial

Millyard Subdivision

30 acres

Wailuku

Light industry and business commercial

Lahaina Industrial Park

10 acres

Lahaina

Commercial

MILLYARD INDUSTRIAL SUBDIVISION WAILUKU INDUSTRIAL PARK KAPALUA KAHULUI INDUSTRIAL AREA

36

KAANAPALI WAILUKU KAHULUI

LAHAINA

37 380 30 350

30

KULA

377

378

HANA

KIHEI 37

WAILEA

31

LAHAINA INDUSTRIAL PARK (Wili Ko Subdivision)

MAUI RESEARCH & TECHNOLOGY PARK

SOURCE: Hawaii State Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism, Directory of Industrial and Technology Parks, 1991.

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GENERAL EXCISE TAX BASE, MAUI COUNTY 1992

1993

1994

1995

1996

1997r

1998r

1999

Domestic Trade

Retailing 812,777,000 904,620,000 966,355,000 953,473,875 833,349,525 621,260,750 649,032,400 1,200,011,150 Services 279,600,000 294,121,000 311,996,000 332,350,025 323,517,975 315,540,900 328,849,125 404,622,650 Contracting 240,578,000 198,535,000 205,115,000 188,497,150 181,665,900 161,468,800 193,365,375 259,711,650 Theater, Amusements, Radio, etc. 6,115,000 6,704,000 6,186,000 6,712,900 6,348,825 5,757,150 6,518,225 15,984,275 Interest 8,671,000 8,734,000 8,203,000 9,019,025 8,360,500 7,568,225 7,794,250 11,002,075 Commissions 37,468,000 41,541,000 46,435,000 45,460,125 55,078,925 53,701,225 64,093,175 82,441,600 Hotel Rentals 219,923,000 287,317,000 301,289,000 302,295,300 326,989,550 219,644,400 192,012,700 332,734,900 All Other Rentals 256,414,000 266,880,000 251,857,000 260,702,375 230,939,550 189,527,750 206,840,275 272,953,600 Use (4%) 36,574,000 36,136,000 27,623,000 23,979,725 16,284,725 6,608,975 9,585,650 32,232,375 All Others (4%) 93,494,000 106,909,000 115,362,000 122,619,650 106,482,875 73,681,600 76,290,300 125,497,600 SUB-TOTAL 1,991,614,000 2,151,497,000 2,240,421,000 2,245,110,150 2,089,018,350 1,654,759,775 1,734,381,475 2,737,191,875 Insurance Solicitors Sugar Processing Pineapple Canning Producing Manufacturing Wholesaling Services (Intermediary) Use (1/2%) SUB-TOTAL GRAND TOTAL

74,487,000 9,266,000 4,058,000 36,877,000 15,970,000 342,776,000 23,615,000 111,293,000 618,342,000

50,374,000 8,557,000 2,910,000 37,680,000 13,611,000 294,825,000 11,259,000 132,644,000 551,860,000

113,238,000 5,186,000 3,325,000 34,511,000 14,061,000 300,607,000 25,429,000 144,160,000 640,517,000

72,992,667 7,760,000 3,516,400 36,475,600 18,755,400 269,816,600 18,455,800 131,134,400 558,906,867

38,562,000 -574,000 353,800 25,030,200 17,230,800 247,287,400 25,437,400 83,113,800 436,441,400

29,943,333 85,400 265,400 21,713,000 17,607,400 191,297,600 26,346,200 42,011,800 329,270,133

31,336,665 6,800 607,000 26,281,200 18,410,800 209,382,400 25,449,200 61,979,800 373,473,865

94,902,666 73,000 2,900,400 29,412,400 21,927,400 328,986,000 30,991,200 183,129,000 692,322,066

2,609,956,000 2,703,357,000 2,880,938,000 2,804,017,017 2,525,459,750 1,984,029,908 2,107,855,340 3,429,513,941

NOTES: This report is on cash basis accounting, and reflects tax bases only for allocated collections. The base for unallocated net collections cannot be determined due to differing tax rates which may be applicable. Unallocated collections as percent of total: 1995 and before