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Bike path Construction along Liloa to commence this month

UPDATE 4/23/16 Progress in construction . A quick glimpse this morning indicates that most of the below-ground work along both sides of Liloa is nearly completed, and we see some of the ground level pieces coming into place, like the curbs gutters & segment of sidewalks indicating the breadth of the redesigned roadway . . […]

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WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF A MAUI COUNTY COMMUNITY PLAN? WHAT IF MUCH OF IT IS IGNORED?

UPDATE 4/17/16 (or should this be labeled a -DOWNDATE?) SEE THE CURRENT KIHEI-MAKENA COMMUNITY PLAN  Sometime back, probably in the ’80’s, the South Maui Community examined the condition of the poor or lack of planning of our area, and began striving to improve what existed & insure that all new growth and the built environment […]

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KCA Testifies to Budget Committee Regarding. NSCR (again)

This morning (4/12/16) KCA testified on a few items for the DPW’s portion of Capital Improvements for the Public Works Department for the FY 2017 for South Maui, principally a proposed construction of the NSCR extending from the upcoming terminus at the border of Lokelani Middle school and the Community Park extending southward to Auhana […]

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AUWE! Now on hold! KCA again proposes a safe bike path in Kihei

UPDATE  3/22/16  SAD UPDATE FOR BICYCLISTS.  It has been almost a year since a large contingent of volunteers from KCA assembled at the makai edge of out Community Park’s entrance and welcomed Directors David Goode (DPW) and Kaala Buenconsejo (Parks) along with our resident Council member Don Couch, to pitch our idea to place the […]

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Road Closed! WAY more than a bike path on Liloa

UPDATE 3/21/15  With one more week to go before reopening to somewhat restricted access, we once again commend the planing of scheduling this closure when schools are in spring recess to lessen the impact         UPDATE 3/12/16   If you have traversed this area during construction or just viewed the pictures below, you see the Liloa […]

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Group Bicycle Ride Saturday Morning at 9:00 AM

While this is not a KCA event, as a very long time advocate for a walkable bikeable community, we offer mutual support to non profits who subscribe to similar issues and concerns. So here is news from The Maui Bicycle League (MBL) concerning a group bike ride event next Saturday including a large portion of our […]

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Recurring visitor again appears off Charlie Young Beach

  A frequent attractive sailing vessel has reappeared anchored off Charlie Young Beach for this winter holiday season. While we have no information about who is on board, maybe you do, and would like to use our interactive website to make a comment to share with the community?  

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Friday AM at County Courthouse (12/4/15)

OFFENDING DRIVER SENTENCED TO FIFTEEN YEARS FOR TAKING SOUTH MAUI BICYCLIST KARL HAGEN’S LIFE   See http://gokihei.org/?s=Bicyclist+karl+hagen&submit=Search for tragic history   As much as a horrid situation of this nature can terminate, at least the legal portion of it did , as Judge Bissen imposed a ten year sentence  on one charge (actually a single […]

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R & T Park back before the Council’s LUC this Wednesday (12/16/15) afternoon

Deja ve? As you may recall, it was just six months ago when we had this same scenario, same development, similar request, same committee, same location and yes, KCA basically same testimony, because we see no change after six months. We wonder if the Councilors do? For some history see, http://gokihei.org/?s=R+%26+T+Park&submit=Search   Our community has […]

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Pouring Rain Could Not Halt the Celebratory Opening of Liloa Friday

Numbers were small but a runner, bicycler and several walkers did it, and others joined shortly afterwards We knew it was going to be tough, with the unavoidable short notice and a late morning weekday start, and then the rains came, but in spite of this, KCA had three board members participating in the opening […]

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