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What is going on at the Maui Lu Resort these days?

Nobody here but us chickens 4/9/18 #kihei Honestly, we ceased asking. We were originally advised work would begin in January 2016. Nothing. We received additional advice that year it would be soon, in a few months, then whoops January 2017. Nope. Did not happen. Similar response in 2017 – had a delay, but set now, […]

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HO HUM* FLOODING CAUSES ROAD CLOSURES OF KA’ONO’ULU AND S. KIHEI ROADS

4/9/18 #kihei For several years we have documented flooding occurrences in our area to maintain a factually reasonable record while we championed for solutions. Brown water alerts in the kai; mud floods in the roads which at times flooded nearby homes; rivers filling more and more with silt and debris, exacerbating the problem. But for […]

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The Oneloa Coalition meets in Maalaea on Tuesday evening

Discussion about Makena State Park’s proposed bathrooms and Paniaka Fishpond/Wetland Restoration Continues 3/27/18 #kihei Commencing at 5:00 PM at the Pacific Whale Foundation (PWF) Classroom (downstairs) at Ma‘alaea, the number of participants grew from about a dozen at start to over twenty before concluding nearly 2.5 hours later. We again joined representatives of the numerous […]

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Kihei’s proposed “Bridge Over Troubled Waters” on South Kihei Road

What would be the overall best way to cross the Kulanihakoi River Gulch in North Kihei along South Kihei Road (SKR) between Kaonoulu and the Humpback Whale Marine Sanctuary Facility? 3/25/18 #kihei You remember when the ancient dilapidated box culvert just south of Kaonoulu nearly collapsed, but had first the emergency steel plate installed, in […]

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So what did we learn about a new High School in Kihei from the State Dept/Board of Education?

First meeting with representatives in several years offers yet another update: 2021 opening?   3/8/18 #kihei Just looking back over the last decade, the last public meeting with the State DOE was back on September 16, 2014 at our general membership meeting. Before that there was one in 2009. So we approached this one this […]

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Governor Ige’s So. Maui Talk Story dominated by health, safety and environmental concerns

DOE’s High School in South Maui and Housing Concerns also raised 3/3/18 #kihei This afternoon this very low key opportunity brought out several dozen concerned Maui residents as Governor David Ige conducted a public meeting at the Kihei Charter School location on Lipoa to seek input on community concerns. Shortly after the announced 1:45 PM start, […]

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Where are you going to park?

Planning Dept is proposing some changes for off-street parking regulations                 2/28/18 #kihei This evening planning department deputy director Michele McLean conducted a small public meeting to seek input on some proposed changes to regulations for off-street vehicle parking regulations. Attendance doubled from just five to ten after […]

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Our South Maui Wahine Legislators alert the Membership and the Community

2/28/18 #kihei Our next General Membership  Meeting, which is open to the community is scheduled for (no surprise) the third Tuesday of the month, which hits on March 20 at 6:30 PM at the usual location, Kihei Charter Middle  School, 41 E Lipoa. We are fortunate to be able to get both a State and […]

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Kihei roads to be repaved soon

2/27/18 #kihei This morning we testified at the County Council’s Budget and Finance Committee meeting in favor of BF 108, which is for rehab of four East-West roads (Kukanihakoi, Waipuilani, Lipoa and Welakahou) in Kihei. The previously approved funds lapsed at the end of December because of a bid protest. So this action is asking this […]

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ALLIANCE informs Maui with info from near and far about planning process

2/26/18 #kihei KCA was on the scene at 6:00 PM this evening at the Kaunoa Senior Service Center to learn about and discuss ”long range planning” at the month’s meeting of the Alliance of Maui Community Associations. Once again KCA had the biggest presence, but the revived Maalaea Association came on strong, while Kula and […]

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