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One of Maui’s most popular and majestic sites has been closed for 10 months

One of Maui’s most popular and majestic sites has been closed for 10 months.

A bird’s eye view of the park reveals the evolution of its landscape.

A big difference from last September.

When Wailuku river overflowed from a 100-year flood, prompting then President Barack Obama to sign a disaster declaration.

Veras Contracting, putting the final touches on its three-month long project Wednesday.

“Our current scope of work right now is the safety fencing that goes along the parking lot rim where the parking lot dropped away,” Lisa Vares with Veras Contracting said.

What was once a 50-foot drop has been reconstructed.

Multiple contractors have played various roles in the $1.8 million stabilization project.

According to contractors, alterations to the parks exterior won’t be the only change the public will notice.

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