Concerned citizens of Koloa have scheduled a meeting to discuss the South Shore traffic plan, and drainage and development issues, at a public meeting today at 6:30 p.m. at the Koloa Neighborhood Center, they said in a press release.
Representatives of developers and the County of Kaua‘i will join with citizens to discuss those issues.
South Shore residents and many others are calling on a moratorium on development, and on the issuance of resort zoning and permits, until the island’s lagging infrastructure is given the chance to catch up with existing development.
Organizers said they are expecting as many people as attended a meeting on Waita Reservoir and other flooding issues after the torrential March rains.
Around 350 people attended the March meeting, and organizers said they will set up the neighborhood center to accommodate 400 people for tomorrow’s meeting. The meeting is free and open to members of the public.