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Parking Lot, Parks & Rec and Homelessness This Week in Kihei

Meetings from Tuesday through Saturday and then KCA next Tuesday 9/11/17 #kihei Several local major concerns will be addressed right here in Kïhei this week, starting tomorrow afternoon 9/12 at 4:30PM with plans to change the popular beach parking lot near Keawakapu Beach – SEE http://gokihei.org/environment/when-is-the-public-meeting-on-south-kihei-road-addressing-controversial-parking-lot-project. Then Thursday 9/14 between 5:00 and 7:30PM is the […]

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ALLIANCE MEETING DRAWS A CROWD FOR POSSIBLE NEW MAYOR

8/21/17 #kihei At 6:00 PM this evening at Kaunoa, KCA and 5 other community associations heard from two county legislators who voiced potential to go the way of the administration in 2018. First Elle Cochran, then Don Guzman each gave a pitch about aspirations for Maui Mayor, 2018. They have many months to decide, and […]

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READ DECISION HERE–DAY TWO: LUC Decision sends strong Unanimous Message on Piilani Promenade FEIS

UPDATE 7/27/17  The link below is the ” LUC Decision and Order Rejection FEIS” https://luc.hawaii.gov/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/A94-706-FOFCOLDO-DENYING-ACCTNC-FEIS.pdf We believe KCA’s testimony on the numerous facets of the KMCP that were violated, the lack of specificity  in the project’s plan and the lack of consideration of the surrounding  built environment all were factors in the decision. However we also […]

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Video of the Testimony on the Pi’ilani Promenade FEIS

7/20/2017 #kihei Thanks to Mary Whispering Wind for capturing and posting video of of some of the testimony at yesterday’s State Land Use Commission hearing on the Final Environmental Impact Statement for the Pi’ilani Promenade (aka MegaMall) project!

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PLANNING COMMISSION GIVES OK TO MAKENA SMA TUESDAY

BUT NO GO TO MATERIALS RECYCLING (FOR NOW) 7/11/17 #kihei We commend the County Planning Department for two actions:  First the decision to relocate the Planning Commission meeting today from the usual close quarters to the roomy Cameron Center Auditorium to accommodate the expected (but not realized) large turnout.  The other is a sharing of […]

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How to Grow Food and Make a Living on Maui!

Here’s your chance to learn from pros at a subsidized rate.  

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COMConnect app to report County issues

The County of Maui has made available an app for iPhones and iPads as well as for  Android phones and tablets to allow reporting of issues you find. Here is the announcement: http://www.co.maui.hi.us/2024/COM-Connect This is an extension of the See-Click-Fix system that has been working for a while now.  

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Kihei Drainage Plan – Will it resolve our flooding and runoff problems?

Have you seen this proposed plan? It is right here to read 6/6/2017 #kihei The Maui Department of Public Works and Engineering Management (DPW) has at long last published a “pre-final report” for the “Kihei Drainage Master Plan, Waiakoa Gulch to Kilohana Drive”. The report is dated November 2016 but KCA received a copy on […]

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Update from our friends at GROW SOME GOOD

6/2/17 #kihei  Grow Some Good Providing Educational School Gardens on Maui   Students at Kihei Elementary School taste the veggie pizzas they made as part of their year-end Harvest Festival celebration.  In this Issue: Seeds of Summer Happening In the Gardens Volunteer With Grow Some Good Support Grow Some Good Seeds of Summer While our lessons […]

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hawksbill sea turtle dive down into the deep blue ocean against the sunlight

Do we protect our Hawksbill Turtles in Maui?

5-19-17 #kihei ***  Friday is “Endangered Species Day.” Of the ten featured critically endangered species named by the World Wildlife Fund, the only one found here is the Hawksbill Turtle. Hawksbill Turtle Hawksbills inhabit the world’s tropical oceans. They can weigh up to 150 pounds (68 kilograms) and live 30 to 50 years. It is […]

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