The Maui News: Mahi Pono leases land so Maui Humane Society can expand


December 16, 2020
Mahi Pono and Maui Humane Society Partnership

Mahi Pono leases land so Maui Humane Society can expand

Mahi Pono has executed a long-term lease agreement with Maui Humane Society for a 3-acre parcel that will allow the nonprofit to expand its facility, the organizations announced Tuesday.

The Mahi Pono-owned parcel is adjacent to the humane society’s Puunene facility and will be leased for $1 a year for 60 years, according to a news release.

“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, Mahi Pono’s senior vice president of operations. “The designated parcel has very limited agricultural production, 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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