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Community anxiously awaits word on new Kihei Charter School

9/29/16 Each day as residents drive past the sign mauka Pi’ilani highway for the Department of Education’s Kihei High School, the excitement of the “groundbreaking” back in January has ebbed somewhat. SEE http://gokihei.org/volunteer/kihei-high-school-groundbreaking   So as rumblings of more likely 6 years, instead of 4 before potential opening** SEE Maui News article 9/27/16** we wonder […]

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Last day accepting questions for 10/18/16 candidate forum is Friday!

UPDATE: 9/29/16  LAST DAY TO SUBMIT QUESTIONS! 9/16/16 WOW, questions are pouring in. This is your opportunity We took all the input submitted for which candidates you favored to participate in the Oct 18 forum up to 9/1, and then extended invitations to those six candidates. Now that we have confirmation, we announce your choices. […]

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Mark Fenton invited back to Planning Commission Tuesday afternoon

9/28/16- Yesterday afternoon, renowned alternative transportation health authority Mark Fenton offered a presentation to the Maui Planning Commission (MPC), and yes KCA was there. We know him from a prior visit to Maui nearly seven years ago, when he also presented to the MPC, but also found time to speak with KCA. (This time he […]

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Maui County Candidates explain why you should vote for them in many ways

9/24/16 Do we get the government we deserve? Why do so few in our County make decisions for all of us? We continue to wonder, but sure do not have the answer. It starts with voter registration, and so many among us won’t do so. Next is those who are registered to vote, but do […]

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Maui County MPO’s TAC initial meeting this Monday

9/21/16 Nearly five months since the new Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) inaugural policy board meeting, their Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) has announced their first meeting this Monday (9/26/16) at 10 AM Seemingly an organizational one to establish leadership, rules, tasks and feature topics under direction of the new MPO Executive Director Lauren Armstrong, it brings […]

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Maui County MPO Administrator announces initial actions this morning

UPDATE 9/20/16 **While we always encourage using our comments feature for your input so everyone can share in further discussion, some guys just rather call us, which is OK. So yes in spite what was implied in a Maui News article published this morning supposedly relaying information from Don Couch, HDOT Ford Fuchigami was not […]

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Council’s Planning Committee again looks at Maluaka Park’s required expansion on Tuesday.

9/18/16: When KCA was officially established nearly 56 years ago as the Kihei Community Association, it was to represent the “Kihei District”, which included Wailea and Makena. Over this more than half century the area has changed extensively, but our Association by-laws have not. So while the situation is much more complex we try to […]

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All Clear on Thurs.-SOUTH MAUI ADVISED TO BOIL WATER WEDNESDAY MORNING!!

UPDATE ADMINISTRATION GIVES KIHEI ALL CLEAR AT 2: 00 PM 9/15   SEE BELOW BOIL WATER ADVISORY LIFTED FOR MOST CUSTOMERS Lahaina, Wailuku and Kahului residents asked to continue conserving water WAILUKU, MAUI, Hawai‘i – Effective 2:00 p.m. today, Thursday, Sept. 15, 2016, the County of Maui Department of Water Supply (DWS) has cancelled the […]

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WILL EVERYONE ON MAUI HAVE TO BUY AND INSTALL A BACK FLOW PREVENTER?

UPDATE    9/14/16. Committee voted unanimously to approve required back flow preventer (Elle Cochran was excused) 9/8/16  Committee announced back on for next week 9/14. 9:00 AM 8/30/16  UPDATE MEETING IS CANCELLED BY THE COUNCIL 8/27/16   You may have the answer Wednesday morning at Council.’s Water committee If you saw Chair Baisa’s Viewpoint Sunday morning […]

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WCA Conducts Candidate Forum Last Evening for one Council Race

9/13/16– While Waikapu is often ignored when their area residence Council seat is discussed- it is not just the Wailuku seat- they stepped up by having both new candidates answer questions at their quarterly Community Association http://waikapumaui.org/ meeting at the Waikapu Community Center beginning right at 7:00 PM on Monday (9/12/16) With no incumbent, the […]

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