SENATOR ROZ BAKER TALKS TO KIHEI

A motivated boisterous, sometime down right rude, assembly met Roz, as well as her guest Board of Agriculture Chair Scott Enright last evening ( 1/28/16) at the Kihei Charter Middle School for a public meeting after the opening week of the 2016 Legislation. KCA had a strong presence of Directors, committee chairs and general membership representatives, who tried to lead by example of reasonable decorum, to no avail.

A large portions of the comments and concerned questions centered on Monsanto, chemicals, (including pesticides and herbicides) and GMO’s with good reason,  but too often they deteriorated into catcalls & unsubstantiated accusations Other minority issues addressed were health care, industrial hemp, relaunching of the SuperFerry, safety and security,

Once again Akaku, Maui Community Media was on hand to record the meeting, so look for that soon on cable television or  www.Akaku.org . 

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2 Responses to “SENATOR ROZ BAKER TALKS TO KIHEI”

  1. I am so happy you are addressing the Monsanto GMO issue. It is horrible thing to ruin a beautiful untarnished island.

    Keep up the good work and when I am on island I will join you.

  2. We have not been able to attend any meetings for a couple of years – Marion does not have a drivers license and Tom cannot drive after dark. We are current members and have been since before moving here in 1989. We have held offices in KCA in the past.Sure wish KCA would have some Saturday morning meetings as Roz Baker and Kaniele Ing did in the past.

    Mahalo Tom & Marion Dozier