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WHAT ELSE is happening around Kulanihakoi River Gulch?

6/21/17   Alpha continues the R-1 water line project. County DPW is exploring the work in the river gulch area as KCA files as RFS. ANOTHER UPDATE 6/17/17    #kihei We get more questions but have few answers about what is occurring in this “out of sight” (for most) area. What is clear is Alpha’s contracted […]

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Two state officials who may be Maui Council Mayoral Candidates spoke to the Community Associations

6/20/17 #kihei Last evening current Lieutenant Governor Shan Tsutsui and South Maui Representative Kaniela Ing each had nearly an hour to present, discuss and answer questions from about 30 guys from several Community Associations at the Alliance of Community Associations regular monthly meeting yesterday. (We dominated participation with three directors, two past officers as well […]

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Community Plan Update to commence in July, 2018 per Department Director Spence

Member Riki Hokama calls for repeal of County Code for General Plans and Community Plans! 6/15/17 # kihei Five community members (including KCA) submitted testimony to Chair Kelly King for the two items (PC 1 and 2) on the agenda this morning in her Planning Committee meeting. Three guys called in from Molokai to testify […]

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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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Is this ”IF IT AIN’T BROKE, DON’T FIX IT?” especially at a cost of over half a million dollars?!!!

6/11/17 #kihei Think of all the County Parks you visit. Which one has the best lawn, best grass? Did you say Waipuilani Park in North Kihei? Many guys do. It is so well-kept that you may think it a private area because of the condition and the location: ocean front makai the Maui Sunset Condo […]

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MPO TAC works on interim long-range transportation plan

6/8/2017 #kihei #mpo #planning The Maui Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) is responsible for prioritizing and planning transportation maintenance and improvements. Its Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) met for its monthly meeting today at the County Building and discussed, among other things, using the “Federal-Aid Highways 2035 Transportation Plan for the District of Maui” from July 2014 […]

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Update 7/7/17 Next Court Hearing on Validity of Makena Resort’s EA 6/9/17

UPDATE  6/5/17  COURT HEARING RESCHEDULED TO JULY 7 2017 UPDATE  5/18/17– No we never saw report in Maui News, & not sure why, but so far seems we got report correct. The County Planning Commission agenda   http://www.co.maui.hi.us/ArchiveCenter/ViewFile/Item/22841  for 5/23/17 does say no testimony on Makena due to court action and announces meeting on topic will […]

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We offer support for two proposals at this morning’s County Council Planning Committee

6/1/17 # kihei Chaired by our county legislator Kelly King, we had interest in all three agenda items, but only submitted testimony on two of them. As the first one involved Molokai Island Community Plan update, we were silent in testimony but want to watch closely to ensure the process supports what the community desires […]

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Kula makai moku and KCA reps meeting with the So Maui Councilmember Kelly King to discuss regional flooding and drainage issues this afternoon

5/26/17 #kihei   In another collaborative effort, your Association joined with the area moku to address our mutual concern with stormwater run off and flooding in South Maui at Kelly King’s office this afternoon.  Two KCA directors and two moku members, along with independent environmental scientist Robin Knox, received immediate welcome and support from our […]

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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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