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UPDATE *****DRC examines new Central Kïhei Project this week.

UPDATE 6/27/17 #kihei We reviewed this project almost two years ago, and now they are s scheduled before the Maui Planning Commission this Tuesday June 27 at 9:00 AM in Wailuku SEE http://www.co.maui.hi.us/ArchiveCenter/ViewFile/Item/22926 Item C 2 If you have an interest or concern now is the time to let the Commission know. We plan to […]

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South Maui Coalition of Community Associations (SMCCA) Revived

Originally organized more than a decade ago, the group has decided to become active again this month, upon the first meeting on Thursday 4/24/14. Composed of Makena Homeowners Association, Maui Meadows Neighborhood Association, Wailea Community Association and your Association, with possible additional organizations as it proceeds, the SMCCA is looking to use the power on […]

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Strong turn out for Council’s Budget Committee meeting in Kihei

When Chairman Mike White gaveled the meeting to order at the Community Center shortly after announced 6:00 PM start last evening (4/14/14), several KCA guys joined almost 100 others to participate in the Budget and Finance Committee of the County Council’s annual visit to South Maui to listen to the comments on the FY2015 County […]

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Kihei High School Action Team with BOE Rep. Grant Chun

KHAT meets with new Board of Education Representative

This past week  Andrew Beerer, Laura Marzke and Yvonne Biegel (members of the Kihei High School Action Team) met with Grant Chun the new Board of Education representative for Maui County. The purpose of the meeting was to give Mr. Chun an overview of the Kihei High School project and get him up to speed. […]

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Legislature Approves $130 Million for Kihei High School

We did it Kihei! $130 Million for Kihei High School. The Kihei Community Association has been advocating  for a full-service DOE High School for our community for decades. The Kihei High School Action Team (A KCA sub-committee) is happy to report that we have secured the financing to move forward. The House and Senate money […]

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Legislators Discuss South Maui High School Funding

The proposed funding for South Maui High School is now in front of the State House Finance Committee. The Department of Education (DOE) via Governor Abercrombie requested $130 million in fiscal year 2015 to fund the construction of the school. KCA board member and education liason Andrew Beerer and KCA member Laura Marzke, both members of […]

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Kihei High School Rally

Rally for Kihei High School Nov. 2nd & 3rd

The KCA education committee is holding a rally and sign-waving to promote Kihei High School this Friday and Saturday. Please see the attached flyer. And please come out to support this great cause! When: Friday Nov. 2, 3-5 pm and Saturday Nov. 3, 9-11 am Where: makai side of Piilani Hwy above new community park […]

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Kihei High School Site Visit w/ KCA Education Committee

On October 5th the KCA education committee and Kihei High School Action Team working with Wesley Lo hosted a Kihei High School meeting at Kamalii Elementary and a subsequent site visit. In attendance: Maui BOE Representative Wesley Lo; Hawai’i State Senator Roz Baker; Hawai’i State Representative George Fontaine; South Maui Council Member Don Couch represented […]

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The Real Challenge to Build Kihei High School

In this week’s Maui Weekly, reporter Susan Halas takes a realistic and sobering look at the challenges our community faces in getting the proposed Kihei High School funded and built. Over the past few years, The Kihei Community Association’s Education Committee has been closely tracking the delayed progress of the High School. As the primary […]

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Kihei mega-malls spark debate at candidate forum

July 25, 2012 The Maui News KAHULUI — Democratic candidates for the South Maui 11th House District seat expressed mostly opposition Tuesday night to Eclipse Development’s work on two mega-malls in Kihei, with one candidate taking some flak for seeking to accommodate anticipated heavy traffic and not opposing the projects outright. Four Democratic candidates — […]

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