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KCA ‘s ongoing call for a safe reasonable walkable/bikeable community-BIKES

For at least a decade your Association has taken countless actions to encourage our county and state governments to develop a community where it is reasonable to walk and/or ride a bicycle, and not always and only use motor vehicles as the sole method of transportation. For bicyclists,with a rare exception of the County’s Kihei […]

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Are you ready for County’s FY 2016 Budget?

Ready or not, here it comes and will be coming to Kihei very soon Many of you are well aware of this annual exercise in our County. Toward the end of March, the Administration presents the annual budget, which takes effect on July 1, to the public and the County Council. The document was months […]

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Alliance of Maui Community Assoc’s talks Hazard Mitigation

Several Island Community Associations, including two directors from KCA, assembled to hear from County Civil Defense (CD) Director Anna Foust, accompanied by CD specialist Bob Callum, as well as Sharon Mielbrecht from Pacific Disaster Center . Those with good memories remember Anna and Bob from a KCA general membership meeting a few years back. http://gokihei.org/government/community-meeting-31511-emergency-preparedness […]

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KCA testimony on “Downtown Kihei “ before Councilman Bob Carroll’s Land Use Committee Yesterday

Shortly after 1:30 PM (3/18/15) KCA joined with five others to offer testimony on this long discussed project, which may finally be going forward. The project in central Kihei, dissected by Pi’ikea and running from Liloa down to the artificial wetlands ponds just makua of Longs Drugs and Azeka Shopping Center has been in the […]

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KCA testified to the Planning Commission this morning (3/10/15)

UPDATE 3/11/15 So what happened ? Our attempt to consider moving  the SMA boundary elicited a strong developer, builder contingent in opposition against just KCA, and unsurprisingly the PC voted unanimously against the proposal. Today the Maalaea dump is already reopened- see today’s Maui news for professional article on that outcome. But is was not […]

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KCA 2/17/15 Community Meeting Recap

Director David Goode; Wiliwili Warrior Award ;Grow Some Good. From Good to Goode, an audience of more than eighty guys showed strong interest and concern in the General Membership meeting this week. After a few brief announcements, the marvelous “Grow Some Good” team kicked off the meeting with a attention grabbing short video reminding attendees […]

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Alliance of Maui Community Associations 2/23/15

UPDATE  2/26/15 We followed up the Alliance meeting last evening to observe  the MBL’s own monthly meeting held in Maalaea at the PWF education center, where the trio of players from Monday night expanded by four others including Ceal Potts via Skype from the Caribbean. KCA will attempt to support their efforts to make out […]

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KCA offers congratulations to the Wastewater Division of EM

Update  2/27/15 Quickly progressing, the pipeline work is now north of the gulch.               We do wonder why a waste water, (recycled product) can get ok to  transit a gulch which flows directly into the kai, while the Waipuilani bike path is delayed for years doing the same thing  see […]

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WORK ON TEMPORARY “BRIDGE” CONTINUES

Newer Pix on 2/12/15                         UPDATE 2/11/15   This temporary crossing began improvements this morning, which necessitated closing one lane, with the resulting vehicle back ups. As most of the community was unaware this was taking place, there was some grumbling.         […]

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Your Chance to converse with Director David Goode

KIHEI COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION (KCA) MONTHLY MEETING THIS TUESDAY ( 2/17/15) On Tuesday (2/17/15) evening at 6:30 PM  the Kihei Community Association (KCA) welcomes Public Works Director David Goode to our general membership meeting, open to the public. He will discuss his plans for the next four years for sidewalks, bike-paths and lanes, as well as […]

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