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Public Invited to a Meeting on the Kihei Drainage Master Plan

9/20/19 #kihei Last month we gave you the “heads up”’ on this meeting. Now on September 21 at 6:00 PM at the Kihei Community Center, the DPW will present a public meeting on the pre-final Kihei Drainage Master Plan. We also offered you this background on the issue: Just a few months back we were […]

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UPDATE Is this ”IF IT AIN’T BROKE, DON’T FIX IT?” especially at a cost of over half a million dollars?!!!

UPDATE 8/21/17  WELL WE KNOW IT DID NOT REOPEN ON AUG 11, AS THE SIGN SAYS.Latest in now : :UPDATE: Work on the irrigation system will continue through the end of September, which will require portions of the park to remain closed. The parking lot, restrooms and tennis courts will be open during this portion […]

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KCA in Maui News

August 13, 2017  KCA demonstrates need for sidewalks COMMUNITY NEWS AUG 13, 2017   Representatives of the Kihei Community Association met with county Public Works Director David Goode and Susan Foley, executive assistant to South Maui District County Council Member Kelly King, to walk along South Kihei Road near the Kihei Post Office on July […]

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THIS SUNDAY PANIAKA RESTORATION GOLF TOURNAMENT August 20 at Makena Golf

UPDATE  8/11/17. THIS IS NEXT WEEKEND. ONLY FIVE TEAMS LEFT!  CONTACT MARINA NOW UPDATE  7/14/17    On Sunday, August 20, 72 golfers will participate in the Paniaka Restoration Golf Tournament, generously hosted by Makena Golf & Beach Club. As the benefit tournament is just over one month away, we are reminding you of this event […]

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Arborist Committee comes to Kihei for Kihei’s trees

Some Progress at County Arborist Committee Yesterday 8/10/17 #kihei. In a prior post, http://gokihei.org/environment/maui-county-arborist-committee-focus-on-proposed-removal-of-trees-at-kcc we referenced the legal requirement for Arborist Committee meetings: “There shall be six nonvoting, ex-officio members consisting of: the arborist, the plan reviewer, the Director of the Department of Parks and Recreation, the Director of the Department of Public Works, the Director of the […]

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SAC AT HIHWNMS In Kihei On August 16, 2017

8/4/17 #kihei OK Maui guys, especially South Maui guys, know HIHWNMS means Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary, also called the Whale Sanctuary, which was created in 1992. And while it does have segments around each of the other islands, the major portion is right here in and beyond Maalaea Bay, and the facility […]

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Walking and Talking along South Kihei Road Friday Morning

KCA hopes that walking experience will incentivize action for pedestrians and cyclists in North Kihei. 7/28/17 #kihei We hear it all the time. Visitors attend a 4th Friday event at Azeka, then have a terrifying walk home to their condo. Parents won’t allow keiki to walk or bicycle to school as it is too dangerous. […]

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UPDATE–UNANIMOUSLY SAYS NO–State Land Use Commission (LUC) hearing on Wed/Thurs re Pi’ilani Promenade, AKA Mega Mall

UPDATE 7/20/17   LUC vote unanimous say NO to FEIS   UPDATE 7/20/17  Day one pau;  nearly four hours of public testimony, with VAST majority against acceptance of FEIS. Back at 8:30 AM Thursday for deliberations and maybe decisions.  See  Thursday Morning’s Maui News Report July 20, 2017    ‘Megamall’ may be in the past but […]

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Which section of South Kihei Road is most dangerous? VOTE!

7/24/17 We have a suggestion for worst, near Ohukai;  See pix             7/21/17 #kihei Which would you say is the worst segment of South Kihei Road (SKR) to walk or cycle? We just had our public meeting on the community plans on Tuesday evening. The Kihei-Makena Plan from 1998 http://www.co.maui.hi.us/documentcenter/view/1712 […]

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Trees in Kihei and the County Arborist Committee meeting on 8/9/17

8/2/17 #kihei We had some inquiries and comments about Kihei trees, as well as the upcoming Maui County Arborist Committee (MCAC) meeting relocated to Kihei next Wednesday (the usual meeting place each month is at the Memorial Colosseum in Wailuku). As so often before, we will use pictures in place of thousands of words to […]

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