About 150 people attended a public meeting Wednesday night to weigh in on the future of Aloha Stadium.

The meeting focused on the environmental impact statement being prepared for the redevelopment of the stadium.  The state outlined scenarios like adding a hotel, office, entertainment and residential space on the stadium property.

The public was also able to offer feedback and concerns.

"It has to do with parking and with traffic situations and then of course affordable housing, and noise," said Chris Kinimaka of the Hawaii Department of Accounting and General Services.

The state extended the 30-day comment period until November 7.

The final draft of the impact statement is expected to be completed next summer.