How Much Growth for South Maui is already approved? How much infrastructure?

You can find out Tuesday  (5/17) evening

        Yes it’s same time and place as always, 6:30PM, third Tuesday at the Kihei Charter School 41 E Lipoa, with doors open at 6:00 PM to set up the room while sharing snacks and water, and expressing aloha. All welcome, but membership encouraged, and everyone is asked for a Maui Food Bank donation (check or non perishable items).

What’s UP this month? DEVELOPMENT is up,up and up more, and we welcome Dick Mayer to advise the specifics; how much, what kind, what locations, how soon, and is there matching infrastructure???

Preceding Dick’s power point presentation, several of our directors will advise some specific functions they perform, as officers or committee chairs, to help accomplish the goals and objectives of KCA. You too can be a part of this by stepping up to the board for 2017 consideration. Too much for you? Then join a committee at any time. No waiting.

What, you’re still not a member? Now is the time and this is the place. You can still come participate at the meeting, but let your voice, your needs by a part of ours. Sign up. Still have questions email us or call (508) 499-9996. No operators are NOT standing byIMG_2715IMG_1328, but we’ll get back to you soon.IMG_1307IMG_0983IMG_0972IMG_0934IMG_0874IMG_0699IMG_0698IMG_0238


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One Response to “How Much Growth for South Maui is already approved? How much infrastructure?”

  1. Tom & Marion Dozier May 15, 2016 at 1:49 pm

    We have been members of KCA since we bought our house in Kihei 4 years before we retired and moved to Maui.

    We timed our visits from Baltimore to coincide with KCA meetings each trip for those four years.

    Tom had been a board member when Gene Thompson was President.

    We have paid our dues regularly but have not been able to attend any meetings for some time. Marion no longer has a driver’s license due to major eye problems and Tom can no longer drive after dark.

    We have no other relatives living in Hawaii so it is impossible to get to the meetings.

    Roz Baker and some other politician used to have meetings once a month at the Charter School on Saturday morning but they no longer do that.

    We surely do not know how many other seniors are members of KCA who cannot make it to the meetings.

    We are listed in the phone book

    Sincerely Tom & Marion Dozier