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KCA Viewpoint in Maui News

Maui Lu redevelopment provides chance for forward-looking planning in South Maui Viewpoint February 24, 2015 By MIKE MORAN , The Maui News Save | Comments (1) | Post a comment |             It seems apparent that most people agree Kihei was poorly planned or perhaps just unplanned. Any professional we […]

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Alliance of Maui Community Associations 2/23/15

UPDATE  2/26/15 We followed up the Alliance meeting last evening to observe  the MBL’s own monthly meeting held in Maalaea at the PWF education center, where the trio of players from Monday night expanded by four others including Ceal Potts via Skype from the Caribbean. KCA will attempt to support their efforts to make out […]

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Star Player is Missing again

UPDATE 1/6/15 According to the County DOT, the Double D is mechanically sound, sitting in their yard, ready to return to service. So why is it off the road? Because of overhead obstacles such as low hanging wires and tree branches, possibly due to storms, is the official stated reason We know this vehicle, when […]

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Brown water alert at Kamaole II and III is not the way to start the new year!

UPDATE 1/1/15   While this report had been advising the good (if long deayed) news that a sement of the disjointed NSCR was bening built, even if it had NO sidewalks, yesterday we saw the devistation to our near shore waters by an explosive “mud flood” from the sight, first reported by communty member at the […]

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IS THIS AN IMPROVEMENT? CHECK IT OUT, THEN VOTE

Over the years, KCA had advocated for a series of roundabouts along SKR where we have the three traffic signals spanning Pi’ikea to Lipoa. While we still believe this is the way to go, without the political way to make this progressive step, we commend DPW Director David Goode for an attempted improvement by synchronizing […]

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Maui News Viewpoint on December 2, 2014

  Changes needed to make South Maui a walkable and bikeable community VIEWPOINT December 2, 2014 The Maui News Save | Post a comment |             As far as I can determine, the initial concept of the north-south collector road across Kihei was first proposed over 30 years ago when […]

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Announcement is not related to KCA, but may be of interest to our bicycling community

While we are in no way affiliated  with this, but in our continuing effort to achieve a walkable/bikeable community in South Maui, we offer the following announcement. Maui Bicycling League Established, New Membership Meeting December 19, 2014  by mauibicyclealliance Maui Bicycling League Established To Help Make Maui Friendlier and Safer for Bicyclists and Pedestrians New Membership […]

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Will THIS plan yield a more pedestrian friendly Maui?

We attended this free workshop about improving Maui’s environment for pedestrians, bicycles and residents, “You Can Help Make a Better Maui,” from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. last Friday (11/21/14) in Wailuku. The event was hosted by Sandy McGuinness of Maui County Nutrition & Physical Activity Coalition, (NPAC) and Marivil Fabregas of AARP Hawai’i. Here […]

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Why No Sidewalks Again? Seems All Talk and No Walk

Your Association’s observed construction beginning the “Traffic Operating Improvements” this morning (11/3/14)at this busy intersection, as reported by announcement in Maui News for three days in late October by Goodfellow Brothers (GFB.) Since the Maui County Planning Commission added a condition “ ‘That the applicant shall include the addition of pedestrian friendly access sidewalks for […]

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Environment topic of free Nov. 21 event

Even though the event is not in South Maui & seems directed to Central Maui, the topic is a favorite of KCA, and it is what we have been championing for over a decade. How can we make our area a walkable/bikeable community? A free workshop about improving Maui’s environment for pedestrians, bicycles and residents […]

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