Maui Now: Mahi Pono Sets Aside Three Acres For Future Expansion of Maui Humane Society


December 23, 2020
Shan Tsutsui and Steve MacKinnon at Maui Humane Society

Mahi Pono announced the company has executed a long-term lease agreement with the Maui Humane Society that will enable an expansion onto three additional acres.

Under the agreement, MHS will be able to lease the adjacent land for $1 per year for a period of 60 years.

“We’re honored to be able to support the expansion of Maui Humane Society and their efforts to provide care for animals in our community that would otherwise be left without a home,” said Shan Tsutsui, senior vice president of operations for Mahi Pono. “The designated parcel has very limited agricultural potential so we’re happy that it will be able to better serve the community through MHS, we know it will help to make a difference on our island.”  

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