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Bike path Construction along Liloa nearing conclusion next month

UPDATE 5/21/16 ROADWAY TO BE CLOSED.  As construction continues, Goodfellow Bros. (GFB) advises that they plan to do the major road work building, requiring closing Liloa, expected to begin 5/31/15 at 7 AM (after Memorial Day), concluding that Friday.Then the remainder of June the bikepath fronting Lokelani Intermediate will be completed, linking to the existing one at Lipoa intersection. It […]

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DO YOU KNOW WHAT A “GHOST BIKE”, A “GHOST RIDE” OR A “RIDE OF SILENCE” IS?

The tragic background for all of these terms relates to the occurrence of a bicyclist killed on the road, usually by a motor vehicle. The concept begins when a “ghost bike”, usually an old well used bicycle is painted white, is set up off the road as a memorial to the cyclist. There is one […]

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Council’s Budget Committee Says YES to Ocean Safety Officers (OSO’s) Today

This morning (5/11/16) about 25 guys testified in support of increased compensation for our ocean fist responders, and the Committee voted unanimously  in support, moving it on to the full council for approval. Here is County’s official report: New post on MauiCounty.us Lifeguard contract gets OK by Office of Council Services WAILUKU, Hawaii – The Budget […]

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Near Shore Water Quality in South Maui Is a Long Term KCA Concern

Who cares about the water quality of our near shore ocean? Doesn’t everyone? You might expect that anyone who enters: snorkelers, divers, swimmers, surfers, fishers, paddlers (SUP, outrigger & kayak), wind surfers, boaters, kiters and waders lead the list, followed by the recreation businesses who foster these activities. Moreover anyone who profits from this interest, so […]

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What are you doing Saturday Morning? Swimming?

Are you a confident swimmer? Can your kids swim? Sometimes living on an island in the middle of the Pacific, swimming is considered a natural activity. Whether you were lucky enough to be born here or made a conscientious decision to relocate here, water activities are part of most guys lives on Maui, especially in […]

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Group Bicycle Ride Saturday Morning at 9:00 AM

While this is not a KCA event, as a very long time advocate for a walkable bikeable community, we offer mutual support to non profits who subscribe to similar issues and concerns. So here is news from The Maui Bicycle League (MBL) concerning a group bike ride event next Saturday including a large portion of our […]

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SOME BELIEVE THAT THERE IS A MAGNETIC FORCE AT HELEAKALA THAT MAKES LEAVING MAUI DIFFICULT

WHETHER YOU BELIEVE THIS OR NOT, MOST AGREE IT IS DIFFICULT TO DEPART FROM MAUI, AND IF YOU DO, YOU WILL BE DRAWN BACK SOON                                                             […]

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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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