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New Voices for elected office address KCA Membership

How often do we hear the refrain before an upcoming election from those dissatisfied with the current government say, “Vote them all out!” Will this help the situation if you are not welcoming someone who can do better? On Tuesday, 7/15/14 we offered our members and guests the opportunity to hear from “ the new […]

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Now this IS an Update on Pi’ilani Promenade

UPDATING THE UPDATE  7/16/14  The State Land Use Commission (LUC) has now posted the DEIS for Kaonoulu for the proposed Pi’ilani Promenade . SEE  http://luc.hawaii.gov/pending-petitions-2/boundary-amendments/a94-706-kauonoulu-ranch/a94-706-kaonoulu-ranch-deis/ Upon digesting the lengthy document, your Association found it severely lacking in many areas, and immediately so advised the State Office of Environment Quality in the following missive:       […]

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Downtown Kihei Project Takes Next BIG Step

On Tuesday, 8/12/14 at 9:00 AM,  Krausz Companies goes before the County Planning Commission to request a Kihei Makena Community Plan Amendment, a special management area (SMA) permit and a change in County zoning for this central Kihei project. KCA has had numerous meetings with Jay Krigsman and David Pyle of Krausz Companies this decade, […]

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Our Design Review Committee Reviewed Maalaea Project

UPDATE 7/3/14    Your Association hosted a small group of organizations to meet again with Spencer Homes guys concerning the same project. Maalaea Community Association (MCA) came to offer their comments in response to a presentation last month by Spenser, accompanied by Maui Tomorrow and Surfrider Foundation to offer input.           […]

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KCA continues to address the County Council

UPDATE 6/21/14 Maui News report of this issue published this morning http://mauinews.com/page/content.detail/id/586799/Panel-OKs-alcohol-ban-at-Kamaole-II.html?nav=10 6/18/14 Your community association continues to address both the full Council as well as each of its committees on issues of concern for South Maui whenever possible. Part of the challenge is for volunteers to find time to get from our area to […]

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KCA’s Semi-annual community update for 2014

Our June 17 public general membership meeting opened with an update on KCA Director Mary Trotto’s athletic accomplishments on the mainland, as published in Saturday’s Maui News, then moved on to reading the update statement from Sarofim Realty Advisors of Dallas Texas on their Pi’ilani Promenade . Text is show below. with comment. Moran announced […]

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YOU GOTTA EAT! But choice of where keeps changing in Kihei

Our long term supporters who run the two Azeka Shopping Centers on each side of SKR offer lots of choices of food establishments, but we continue to see the businesses come and go.. Last month very long time favorite Stella Blues closed. to the surprise of much of the community.   .       […]

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FINALLY! Removal of unsightly rubble begins in No Kihei

  OK. So you’re driving south along the Pi’ilani highway passing the Kaonoulu Estates development on the makai side, and as you past Kaonulu Rd and there are no buildings, you glance to catch the ocean view, but it is spoiled by an open field filled with all kine rubbish which has lingered there for […]

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Maui County Planning Commission Meeting on Makena Resort.

  This morning (5/27/14) a regularly scheduled meeting of this county Commission commenced at 9:00 AM for an overflowing crowd that literally went out the door into the hallway. Your Association’s concern, which was first on the agenda, addressed a request by ATC Makena Holdings, LLC for a Special Management Area Use permit (SMA) for […]

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KCA Testimony at Maui County Council Meeting

        This morning (5/27/14), your Association submitted testimony to the County Council regarding land use changes necessary to continued forward movement to the proposed HDOE Kihei High School.               “While our Association strongly supports the land use changes before the Council to facilitate the ultimate construction […]

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