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What did Councilman Couch tell KCA this week?

KCA Directors travel to eighth floor to ask several questions concerning South Maui Community issues. Don Couch responded positively to another meeting request to meet with our board-members this morning (5/26/15) at the Council’s conference room. This was our second meeting in 2016, and we look forward to scheduling another in the fall. The majority […]

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KCA CONDUCTS CANDIDATES’ FORUM ON TUESDAY EVENING AT KCMS FOR MULTIPLE RACES.

  Yes, THIS one is ours. And it is not until July 19. as always the third Tuesday of the month starting at 6:30 PM; so what is up now? We want to hear from numerous members offering proposed questions for candidates participating in both South Maui races, State and County for the primary election […]

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KCA PLANNING COMMITTEE MEETS WITH DPW DIRECTOR DAVID GOODE

Transportation plays a large part in planning, so it fits that a KCA committee focused on community planning would want communication with the county department leader that focuses on this. A bonus: flooding is another concern, and Public Works (DPW) plays a big part in this as well. So we were most pleased when Director […]

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KCA CONDUCTS CANDIDATES’ FORUM ON WEDNESDAY EVENING AT KCC FOR MULTIPLE RACES.

What, you missed it? For us it was the easiest KCA event in years; no preparation or organizing needed; no early arrival or late departure. You guessed it, this was Kula, not Kihei on Wednesday (5/18/16) to hear from numerous candidates participating in four races for the primary election in August. We went to listen […]

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MAKENA SITE VISIT BY COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION; KCA TAGS ALONG & COMMENTS

   Yes, Makena is certainly part of our South Maui district, and community interest is very strong, so four KCA directors arrived at the doomed Hotel before 9:00 AM on Wednesday morning ( 5/18/16) to join the seven participating Commissioners and several staff members, Planning Commissioner William Spence, Corp Counsel, numerous representatives of the involved […]

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MAY 17 COMMUNITY MEETING RECAP ON DEVELOPMENT IN SOUTH MAUI

                                                    After opening announcement, Tuesday evening (5/17/16) four KCA directors offered very brief comments on their respective specialties to support the overall organization effort. Next followed long time KCA supporter […]

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Sidewalks needed for South Kihei Road

For well over a quarter century, KCA has been advocating for a pedestrian and cyclist friendly community. Our Community Plan- see http://maui-communities.weebly.com/kihei–makena-south-maui.html is riddled with verbiage concerning this, going back to last century.  Last year KCA, led by our Director Linda Berry, began communication with Public Works Deputy Director Rowena Dagdag-Andaya about this community need. The helpful […]

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Council’s Budget Committee Says YES to Ocean Safety Officers (OSO’s) Today

This morning (5/11/16) about 25 guys testified in support of increased compensation for our ocean fist responders, and the Committee voted unanimously  in support, moving it on to the full council for approval. Here is County’s official report: New post on MauiCounty.us Lifeguard contract gets OK by Office of Council Services WAILUKU, Hawaii – The Budget […]

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Planning Commission examines three South Maui Issues and much more today

  Three distinct projects went before the commission with a variety of requests; seeking a two year extension on an already granted SMA permit in Wailea; a request for an SMA permit for a workforce housing condo in So Kihei, and a CIZ and (somewhat qualified) SMA request for a two story commercial project along […]

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How Much Growth for South Maui is already approved? How much infrastructure?

You can find out Tuesday  (5/17) evening         Yes it’s same time and place as always, 6:30PM, third Tuesday at the Kihei Charter School 41 E Lipoa, with doors open at 6:00 PM to set up the room while sharing snacks and water, and expressing aloha. All welcome, but membership encouraged, and […]

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