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STIP was back in Kihei on Tuesday

  To follow up after receiving recent community feedback a few months ago, representatives of the Hawaii State Department of Transportation (HDOT) offered an update at Kihei Elementary school on Lipoa at 6:00 PM on Tuesday, 8/5/14. of the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP.) Your Association had three representatives there to listen and ask questions […]

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SKR DETOURS FROM KEONEKAI TO ALANUI KE ALI’I

Beginning this Monday, 7/21/14 just South of Keonekai Rd, the first of six phases of SKR improvement will have daytime detours of a single direction of traffic for rehabilitation of the roadway. Under contract facilitated by the County’s Department of Public Works (DPW), Maui Master Builders will begin the process. As seen in following pictures, […]

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South Maui Coalition of Community Associations (SMCCA) Revived

Originally organized more than a decade ago, the group has decided to become active again this month, upon the first meeting on Thursday 4/24/14. Composed of Makena Homeowners Association, Maui Meadows Neighborhood Association, Wailea Community Association and your Association, with possible additional organizations as it proceeds, the SMCCA is looking to use the power on […]

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Strong turn out for Council’s Budget Committee meeting in Kihei

When Chairman Mike White gaveled the meeting to order at the Community Center shortly after announced 6:00 PM start last evening (4/14/14), several KCA guys joined almost 100 others to participate in the Budget and Finance Committee of the County Council’s annual visit to South Maui to listen to the comments on the FY2015 County […]

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An informative presentation on Sea Level Rise in Hawaii observed in Kihei

While less than 25 guys attended this very informative presentation at the Whale Sanctuary on SKR yesterday (12/13/13) at noon, they were the fortunate ones to see only the third viewing in Hawaii, which followed one offered to the Maui County Planning Dept that morning. Serendipitously for this KCA report about Sea Level Rise, the […]

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KCA Comment on Report in Maui Weekly of our November Community Meeting

KCA Comment on Report in Maui Weekly of our November Community Meeting

KCA disappointed by meeting coverage December 20, 2012 Jon Miller – KCA President , The Maui Weekly The Kihei Community Association (KCA) has had a mutually respectful relationship with the Maui Weekly for several years, and we are appreciative of their continued support. However, we are disappointed with the story covering our Tuesday, Nov. 20, […]

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Who Speaks for you? Find out on Nov 20 at 6:30 PM

Do you have time to address all of your concerns about what happens on Maui? Most do not, so they  rely on others to represent them, whether they be  your community association or your elected officials. At the Kihei Charter Middle School at 41 E. Lipoa on Tuesday (11/20) at 6:30 PM, you can hear what […]

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2012 Primary Candidates Live Forum on Akaku Community TV

A well coordinated effort by Akaku Community TV, Maui News, Kula Community Association and your KCA presented a live televised primary election candidates forum last evening (7/24/12)  If you missed it, it will be telecast repeatedly, probably in two segments over next several weeks , leading up to the August 11 Primary Election. Check www.akaku.org […]

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KCA Community Meetings and other community meetings

Our monthly community meetings have been a large part of what the Association does to better our community, and consume a lot of time and effort by the all volunteer team. In 2012, we heard from Public Works Director David Goode on bikeways, sidewalks, streets and flood mitigation, Mike  Morris and Sandy McGuinness of NPAC on […]

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KCA and much of the community weigh in on Maui Island Plan to no avail

UPDATE: KCA spoke (and wrote) to the County Council’s General Plan Committee, as did numerous individuals from the community, but for the most part the Committee voted against almost all points that KCA  supported. The General Plan Committee added the mauka Makena 390 acre lot back into the Urban Growth Boundary, as well as approving 2 […]

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