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Kula makai moku and KCA reps meeting with the So Maui Councilmember Kelly King to discuss regional flooding and drainage issues this afternoon

5/26/17 #kihei   In another collaborative effort, your Association joined with the area moku to address our mutual concern with stormwater run off and flooding in South Maui at Kelly King’s office this afternoon.  Two KCA directors and two moku members, along with independent environmental scientist Robin Knox, received immediate welcome and support from our […]

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Hawaii Farmers Union United (HFUU) to meet in Kihei June 8, 2017

5/6/17 #kihei   Update on hemp issues included   At our latest public community meeting, guest Vince Mina presented the non-profit organization HFFU which supports small farmers, although membership and support are not restricted to farmers. The Mauna Kahalawai chapter has monthly meetings on the second Thursday of each month at 5:30 PM at Maui Tropical Plantation. BUT NOT […]

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Maui Bicycle League South Maui bike ride June 17 at 9 AM

Event notice from our friends at Maui Bicycle League  https://mauibicyclingleague.org/     6/2/17 #kihei Join us on Saturday, June 17th for a Women’s Ride! The intent of this event is to encourage women, and men, with any level of experience to bike ride. Enjoy the company of other bike riders and make new friends while cycling through […]

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Community Associations provide input on Title 19 “Zoning Code Audit” Friday Afternoon

#kihei 5/19/17   The County Department of Planning Implementation Division assembled a panel of various island Community Association Reps from Paia, Makawao, Wailea, Kula, Haiku and yes KIHEI to meet with Orion Planning + Design to get our input on issues of concern with the County Planning on this section of the County Code as they prepare […]

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KCA OFFERED SUPPORT OF PLASTIC BAG REDUCTION 5/15/17

2 members excused, 2 silent the entire meeting – unusual yet plenty of discussion on plastic bag reduction but no resolution at the IEM Committee this afternoon 5/15/17 #kihei We were one of only two public testifiers and while we were in support, the first testifier representing Pukalani Superette was not opposed, but had some concerns. […]

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Community appreciates Council Member Atay listening to & encouraging us

5-13-17 #kihei Friday afternoon a concerned hui of community members were offered time to present and discuss a series of issues pertaining to South Maui wetlands, flooding and stormwater to Councilman Alika Atay. We not only had member Alika Atay but both of his helpful EA’s, Trinette Furtado and Brian Bardellini, working with the group […]

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Is it really a “Public Hearing” if no one from the public speaks ?

5/12/17  #kihei   At 10:00 AM the County Council had all nine members present to hear from the public regarding motor vehicle weight tax rates for the new fiscal year . Like that falling  forest tree in the empty area, did anyone hear? Various jurisdictions devise sundry ways to tax vehicle owners to acquire and […]

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Volunteers needed this week for Grow Some Good pizza festivals

5/15/2017  #kihei  Aloha Friends and Ohana! This week we have a need for many volunteers in fun and engaging pizza festivals.  Choose your school and/or your days.   This is such a fun time for the kids to experience!    Please sign up here!   Kihei Elementary  Days:  M, T, W, and Friday  8:15 setup, […]

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Kaniela Ing offers 2017 Ledge compilation

5/6/17 #kihei About 25 concerned Kihei folks attended Saturday morning at Kihei Charter Middle School to hear our state representative offer his annual end of session report via the in-person Town-hall meeting. Once again KCA showed a strong presence with two directors as well as several members, as Ing wrapped up the 2017 state legislature. […]

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Alliance will begin sixth year next month

  5/1/17 #kihei    Wrapping up year five, the Alliance of Maui Community Associations (Alliance) only had eight people present for its May 1 meeting, but Kihei led the way with three of the eight. The meeting kicked off with guest Pam Eaton from the County Planning Department to educate on an upcoming series of […]

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