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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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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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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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Kihei Charter School’s New High School Under Construction

5/16/17 UPDATE   Dust fence is up & land is being worked  PROGRESS.                #kihei #KiheiCharterSchool Kihei Charter School is forging ahead with its high tech, super eco-friendly plans for its new High School at the top of Lipoa Street. Could some of this energy and persistence  and vision […]

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Student mural project at Lokelani needs your support

5/10/2017 #kihei #psa The Lokelani Intermediate School Student Council is working on a community service project that will create a space for public art. They want to transform the school into a place where students, teachers, artists, and the business community can work together to make the school more beautiful. They need to raise approximately $2000 […]

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Volunteers needed this week for Grow Some Good pizza festivals

5/15/2017  #kihei  Aloha Friends and Ohana! This week we have a need for many volunteers in fun and engaging pizza festivals.  Choose your school and/or your days.   This is such a fun time for the kids to experience!    Please sign up here!   Kihei Elementary  Days:  M, T, W, and Friday  8:15 setup, […]

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Council makes right decision to restrict sale of polystyrene food containers

UPDATE 5/9/17 Passed  9-0. Take effect end of 2018. Small step in right direction. Proud day for Maui. #kihei 5/8/17 We were among the forty or so testifiers at the Special County Council meeting this morning with a vast majority in support of the single item on the agenda, Bill 127 (2016) to “…restrict the […]

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