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TONIGHT! 6 PM Update- more time allowed. Tell the State to Safeguard our Marine Water Quality and Condition

UPDATE 6/15/17   While the meeting date remain unchanged the cut off for comments has been extended from the original date of July 5 to SEPTEMBER 1, 2017, so a lot mote time allowed for comments. 6/4/17 #kihei *As you may know, the government agency responsible for the protection of our near-shoreline ocean water from pollution is the State […]

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Maui MPO Policy Board Meeting Thursday

6/22/17 #kihei This morning we submitted testimony to the Maui Metropolitan Organization (MPO) board on two items, both of which focused on the West side. Huh? Well the agenda identified them as West Maui, but our intent was to relate them both to the South side. Item IV, d. addressed the first meeting of the […]

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Do you know what they are researching out there? Or is that even what is going on?

UPDATE  6/21/17  Nobody knows?  Here are two more pix taken today from North side of Kalama Park.           6/2017 #kihei Coconut Wireless says this ship seemingly anchored off the coast somewhere near Molokini is a research ship. Do you know if that is correct? Do you know what they are doing there? […]

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Two state officials who may be Maui Council Mayoral Candidates spoke to the Community Associations

6/20/17 #kihei Last evening current Lieutenant Governor Shan Tsutsui and South Maui Representative Kaniela Ing each had nearly an hour to present, discuss and answer questions from about 30 guys from several Community Associations at the Alliance of Community Associations regular monthly meeting yesterday. (We dominated participation with three directors, two past officers as well […]

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Update from our friends at GROW SOME GOOD

6/2/17 #kihei  Grow Some Good Providing Educational School Gardens on Maui   Students at Kihei Elementary School taste the veggie pizzas they made as part of their year-end Harvest Festival celebration.  In this Issue: Seeds of Summer Happening In the Gardens Volunteer With Grow Some Good Support Grow Some Good Seeds of Summer While our lessons […]

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Can you identify this sign?

6/12/17 #kihei.  Have you see this sign at a beach park in Kihei? We had an inquiry about some other island beaches looking for them, but we do not know the source. Do you know who we or they can contact to acquire some?  Let us know. Mahalo.

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Help ensure South Maui near-shore waters are safe?

5-31-17 #kihei As you may know, the government agency responsible for ensuring the safety of our water is the state Department of Health – Clean Water Branch (DOH-CWB). You may also know that it employs but a single individual to take water samples for testing for the entire island. KCA has asked for at least a […]

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Senator Roz Baker concentrates on DOH high school in Kihei

5/25/17  #kihei   With a number of visuals “loaned” to the senator from school consultants G-70 (formerly Group 70) surrounding  much of the room, there was little doubt that the StateEducation Departments High School project to be built in Kihei was her prime focus, and seemingly the major concern of most attendees, about 30 in […]

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Hawaii Farmers Union United (HFUU) to meet in Kihei June 8, 2017

5/6/17 #kihei   Update on hemp issues included   At our latest public community meeting, guest Vince Mina presented the non-profit organization HFFU which supports small farmers, although membership and support are not restricted to farmers. The Mauna Kahalawai chapter has monthly meetings on the second Thursday of each month at 5:30 PM at Maui Tropical Plantation. BUT NOT […]

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Maui MPO Board continues to work on solidifying its structure

5-21-17 #kihei  As the Maui Metropolitan Policy Organization (MPO) enters its second year this morning (it started 5/4/16), we have attended the majority of the meetings and observed plans and then modified plans, as can be expected. Bylaws have been established and then amended. With three of the seven board members being elected officials (County Council […]

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