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KCA COMMUNITY INQUIRIES ANSWERED IN VARIETY OF WAYS

UPDATE 8/11/16 Today it seems the work is done, and ironically,. seems the last remnant of the black dust fence was removed. Years back KCA and several individual residents asked for this but were denied. Than tradewinds refused to take no for an answer, and shredded most of it yet again, & it was not replaced. Now this. Go figure   […]

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Council’s Planning Committee induces Kihei resident testimony this morning

8/4/16; Committee Chair South Maui resident Councilman Don Couch and his committee got an earful from some North Kihei residents concerning development along Kaiwahine and the effects on a long term (30 year) neighborhood resident. KCA also testified in support of the residents present & those who communicated with us prior to the meeting, but […]

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Bike Path Blessing & Grand Opening is a Festive Monday Afternoon event at the Park

Staring at 3:00 PM a well organized festive event commenced with an assortment of oral presentation from County officials, Maui Bicycle League, Goodfellow Brothers, as well as your Community Association. DPW Director David Goode and Deputy Director Rowena Dagdag Andaya, who monitored the event, briefly addressed a small gathering seated under a tent about this […]

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DLNR- DOFAW PUBLIC HEARING ON HABITAT CONSERVATION PLAN ON MAJOR KIHEI PROJECT

Most guys still refer to it as Wailea 670, the original name before apparently the Wailea Association said it is not part of Wailea, so you can’t use that name. Now it is Honua’ula, but regardless of the name, it remains a controversial project for a number of reasons, including preserving the environment, including effect […]

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FARMERS PLANT A SEED OF GOVERNMENT INVOLVEMENT WEDNESDAY EVENING .

7/26/16 UPDATE   TOMORROW (7/27) AT 6 pm at Baldwin HS this same team will host County Council Candidates   So on Wednesday 7/13 at 6 PM at the Tarvares Community Center in Pukalani, HFFU invited State Legislature candidates “who have competitive races in the 8/13/16 election.” The participants include the S Maui due of […]

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ALLIANCE MOVES INTO YEAR FIVE

Four years ago a seed was planted by a few individuals who each participated in various Island Community Associations to formulate a coalition or alliance with no prepackaged specific direction. How could it hurt for a few guys to sit around and shares issues, concerns, problems as well as achievements and progress with their community […]

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KCA leads the public testimony at Water Resources Committee of MCC this morning

Council’s Committee just listens Wednesday to a mostly aligned public. This morning (6/15/16) with no remote site guys to address this Committee, KCA was first of thirteen in house ones answering Chair Baisa’s call to hear from the public. By our recollection all were in agreement that the proposed modifications to the “Show Me The […]

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Kulanihakoi “bridge” proposal draws KCA to Planning Commission this morning

DPW Director David Goode Applies for SMA permit & Shoreline Setback for next phase of proposed construction of gulch crossing on South Kihei Road.south of Kaonoulu. This morning (6/14/16) we submitted testimony on the request to alert the volunteer Commissioners how much else is involved right here near the intersection of Kaonoulu & SKR. We […]

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JUST A TYPO**ROAD NOT CLOSED FOR TWO MONTHS. Yes, that’s what the sign says, but we think it is a mistake

UPDATE 6/6/16 What a difference it makes if you transpose two numbers, an 6 and an 8, depending on the circumstances. If we are talking about pocket change, what is two cents worth today?  Ah but if we are using them to designate a date, there is a BIG difference between 6/8 and 8/6, especially in […]

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Road closed this week***Bike path construction along Liloa nearing conclusion in June

UPDATE 5/26/16  While the start remains consistent, Tues 5/31 at 7:00 AM more recent projections offer the closure may extend until Tuesday June 7. Of course the start date is easier to predict than the completion one, and the best guide is watch the signage in the area toward the end of the week   […]

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