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Kihei’s La’ie wetlands environmental project in February

  UPDATE for your LONG term environmental planning and your 2015 calendar . This time KCA is not an organized participating partner, but individuals sure can join in February see http://gokihei.org/news/laie-wetland-volunteers-needed http://gokihei.org/environment/fowl-at-laie-wetland-restoration-project Save the Date! Saturday, Feb 21st from 8:30am-11am. Maui Nui Marine Resource Council is happy to announce a volunteer opportunity at La’ie Wetlands […]

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KCA WILL TESTIFY IN SUPPORT OF THE MPQ DEC 19 AT COUNCIL

  As a matter of policy, KCA advocates for “street trees” to provide cooling, shade, wind abatement, synthesis of carbon dioxide, bird habitat and natural beauty, but we see limited evidence of that policy along our roads and streets, especially along S. Kihei Rd (SKR). The one extreme exception to this lacking is a single […]

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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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SOME POSITIVE NEWS ABOUT THE N-S COLLECTOR ROAD

In response to several community inquiries, KCA reached out to Department of Public Works (DPW) Director David Goode to ascertain authoritative information about proposed construction of a segment of the North- South Collector Road in the area between Keonakai and Alanui Ke Ali’i. KCA offers our sincere appreciation to the Director for a prompt offering […]

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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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Why is KCA testifying in support of Cental Maui Master Plan?

This afternoon, (10/27/14) KCA President Mike Moran, speaking for the Organization, joined about 30 public testifiers in Council Chambers in favor of the Central Maui Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan before the County Council’s IEM Committee. http://www.co.maui.hi.us/ArchiveCenter/ViewFile/Item/19560 While our bylaws dictate our kuleana is South Maui, we felt is was worthy to support a resolution […]

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Alliance of Maui Community Associations Meeting

At this month’s Alliance meeting this Monday 9/21/14, the group examined a laundry list of ways the County government can improve for the benefit of the residents. By compiling a list of issues, concerns and problems, the group worked to decide which segment of government had responsibility, what action might be affected, & who might […]

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Is the North Kihei Black Wall down for good? Nope.

  UPDATE 8/24/14 The answer is no, as yesterday we noted a segment of the construction black screening material is back in place along the existing framework. As indications are a LUC decision on the project may not take place this year, thus prohibiting any physical actions on the grounds , it raises the question, […]

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KCA Meeting on Ka’ono’ulu (8/19/14)

Predictions were for strong interest and large turnout for this monthly membership meeting due to the subject matter around the Ka’ono’ulu area of North Kihei,  and   it held true as well over 100 filled both levels of the room almost to capacity.   KCA President Mike Moran’s introduction offered brief synopses of  commercial projects […]

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IS THIS YOUR KAYAK??

UPDATE    7/30/14  Maui News offered the answer (and a better picture) today. It is the Hamilton A. a private yacht owned by Russian Billionaire Andrey Melnichenco   Spotted this afternoon in Maalaea Bay,(7/30/14)  outside the small boat harbor was this white vessel at anchor, seeming a bit too large to enter. The KCA camera […]

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