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INITIAL CONSTRUCTION BEGINS ON THE KRAUSZ DOWNTOWN KIHEI PROJECT

Goodfellow Brothers set to install water laterals across Pi’ikeaa Ave in September   After at least a decade of planning, (SEE: http://gokihei.org/?s=Krausz+downtown+kihei&submit=Search) an initial step in the long construction process is seemingly about to commence in September. As soon as 9/1/15 “Water Lateral Improvements” are set to begin along both sides and across Pi’ikea Av, […]

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Is the short segment of NSCR set to begin construction

For several years the residents of Kamau’u have voiced their displeasure being forcibly limited in an emergency escape route to driving toward the ocean to reach a way out on SKR. It was a campaign issue in the upcoming mayoral election back in 2010. But finally there is funding in the budget to open the dead end […]

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When it rains, it pours

While this month that has been a literal truth, here we are using it the figurative sense. Recently, we alerted you that several road projects were upcoming in Kihei, SEE http://gokihei.org/news/maui-county-road-repairs-this-week-in-kihei     Kanani just makai of P Hwy was repaved, as was Kaiola, just South of Ohukai. But, here is the figurative “pouring” Same day […]

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Public meeting offered by Victory on Nani Loa development in SEP

NOTE– Victory today filed with the Planning Department for A Special Management Area (SMA) permit for this plot of land Mark you calendars for Friday September 16 at 6:00 PM when the developer of the proposed Condo project off SKR on a “flag lot” across from Kam III beach park will host a open community […]

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DRC examines new Central Kïhei Project this week.

8/21/15 : Seeing presentation at its proposed location offered good perspective to committee members who participated on Thursday Our Design Review Committee (DRC) was sitting in the middle of a garden Thursday morning listening to owner Mike Farina and his architect August Percha present their concepts on developing South Maui Gardens on Auhana in a […]

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KCA joins other concerned groups to meet with Bob Carroll

8/13/15 Yesterday morning two of your directors joined with two from Maalaea Community Association and two from Maui Tomorrow to express our views to Councilman Bob Carroll, chair of the Land Use Committee (LUC), to inform him of our comments for the Draft Environmental Assessment (DEA) for the Maalaea Plantation Project, the latest attempt by […]

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DRC examines new Central Kïhei Project this week

8/21/15 : Seeing presentation at its proposed location offered good perspective to committee members who participated on Thursday Our Design Review Committee (DRC) was sitting in the middle of a garden Thursday morning listening to owner Mike Farina and his architect August Percha present their concepts on developing South Maui Gardens on Auhana in a […]

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KCA back at Planning Commission to speak on DownTown Kihei

We were in the minority on choice of agenda item Tuesday morning   As the room literally overflowed out the door on 7/28/15,, KCA was the first and one of few to testify here. We continued our pitch for safe bicycling and pedestrian access inside and outside around this proposed project, on both sides of […]

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ALLIANCE OF MAUI COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION MEETING

In what may be the greatest attended meeting since inception over the three years ago, about 30 attendees filled the Kaunoa Senior Center meeting room to hear about a “Water Use and Development Plan” (WUDP) with invited guests State Water Commissioner Jonathan Starr (also a Kaupo Community Association Board Member) and Council Member, and Chair […]

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LARGE turnout at Council’s Planning Committee

Thursday morning meeting (6/18/15) stirs strong feeling about County’s Community and General Plans and effect of land zoning ordinances on them. Your Association had four directors present and testifying among the nearly forty testifiers, at an unusual meeting. Some out of the “out of the ordinary” aspects were there seemed little community awareness of the […]

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