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Bike path Construction along Liloa to commence this month

The long awaited continuation of a greeway/bikeparth from Waipuilani to Liloa is set to commence tentatively next Tuesday, 2/16/16, moving to the mauka side of Liloa (in front of the school) from Lipoa to the park, with a guesstimate completion this summer. We would expect this section of Liloa to be periodically closed or severely […]

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Meet the “crew” of ZERO on a sunny morning in Kihei

1/13/16. Seemingly last few days before the sail away   1/7/16 A few weeks ago we posted a few photos of a “pleasure” boat anchored off Charlie Young Beach (CYB), which had attracted a lot of beach-goer attention as an item of interest. SEE http://gokihei.org/alternative-transportation/recurring-visitor-again-appears-off-charlie-young-beach Then this week, via the coconut wireless, we were contacted […]

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KIHEI POOL CLOSED FOR FIRST HALF OF 2016

Were you aware of this? We sure were not, and only learned of it in a County Press Release issued on Sunday of a holiday weekend, advising the closing begins Monday morning, Jan 4, 2016. While we completely understand that county facilities have to be maintained, which at times makes for temporary inconvenience to residents […]

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Recurring visitor again appears off Charlie Young Beach

  A frequent attractive sailing vessel has reappeared anchored off Charlie Young Beach for this winter holiday season. While we have no information about who is on board, maybe you do, and would like to use our interactive website to make a comment to share with the community?  

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How does Sunday Morning Football relate to the Kihei Community Association?

What do you think of when you hear someone say Sunday Morning Football? Ohana gathering around a big screen at your house? A group of friends and fans heading to one of the countless bars for breakfast or brunch and drinks and so many TV’s, every game is available? Not much KCA there? Well, how […]

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Pouring Rain Could Not Halt the Celebratory Opening of Liloa Friday

Numbers were small but a runner, bicycler and several walkers did it, and others joined shortly afterwards We knew it was going to be tough, with the unavoidable short notice and a late morning weekday start, and then the rains came, but in spite of this, KCA had three board members participating in the opening […]

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The good, the bad, and the ugly

Hanson Road Reopens Saturday Morning with a “No Motor Vehicles” (NMV) bicycle/ run event  (11/7/15) THE GOOD—The bicyclists overwhelmed the runners in sheer numbers, but not necessarily in enthusiasm. Well over 100 cyclists, kekei to kapuna, pedaled off a few minutes past 9:00 AM including two Council members &, assorted administrators, on a wide variety […]

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THIS MORNING AT 11 AM!! BICYCLE (OR RUN) IT BEFORE THE CARS GET TO DRIVE IT RAIN OR SHINE

KIHEI’S TURN FRIDAY AT ELEVEN AM AT MANOA ON NSCR NEWEST SEGMENT Ok, it is not as big as the one’s in town were, but it is right in Kihei. The County’s Department of Public Works (DPW) announces the opening of a segment of NSCR running from Moana Avenue to Keonekai Road for bikes and […]

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Public Invited to Ride/Run Along Hansen Road Prior to Reopening on Nov. 7th

While this is not a south Maui event, due to decades long advocacy for a walkable-bikeable community, we alert our community to this upcoming event. WAILUKU, Maui, Hawai`i – The County of Maui Department of Public Works invites the public to take a bike ride or run along Hansen Road prior to its reopening to […]

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COUNTY SAYS “NO SMOKING” HERE

Where? Well the list is getting longer. About 18 months ago the Council said (MCC 13.04.20) no smoking at all County beaches and parks, but guys kept reporting there was little apparent change. When questioned about enforcement the Administration and Legislative branches went to finger pointing . Park Rangers, Ocean Safety Officers, Residents were thrown […]

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