The list of unaccounted for individuals was compiled by both the Maui Police Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, police said.
The individual is Allen John Constantino, 25, of Lāhainā. Police released no further information about the individual.
On Tuesday, Oct. 3, the County Council’s Agriculture, Diversification, Environment and Public Transportation Committee will discuss a variety of environmental matters and problems that stem from the devastating August wildfires on Maui.
On Monday, Oct. 2, the County Council’s Water Authority, Social Services and Parks Committee will hear testimony and discuss social services that are available to the community to help those affected by the August wildfires that burned across the island and devastated Lahaina, according to the meeting agenda.
Staggering the return of tourists to West Maui hotels allows for residents to return to work, arrange childcare, get children returned to schools and provides “a more deliberate process” to help residents get long-term housing, county officials said.
Property owners will have a choice of whether to allow the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to carry out Phase 2 debris removal free of charge or hire their own contractors to do the debris removal, according to Bill 86.
The individual is Matsuyuki Osato, 83, of Lāhainā. Police released no further information about the individual.
All six individuals are Lāhainā residents, according to the MPD. One of the individuals is a minor, police said.
The 22 individuals who remain on the unaccounted-for list all have a missing persons report on file with the MPD and are the only remaining credible unaccounted for individuals at this time, police officials said Friday.
From 8am to 4pm on Monday, Sept. 25 and Tuesday, Sept. 25, residents of the section of Kaniau Road in Lāhainā’s Wahikuli neighborhood that was burned in the Aug. 8 fire will be allowed access onto their property, County of Maui officials said.