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TONIGHT!!Tuesday, July 17, 6:30 PM: First KCA candidate forum for state legislature

7/17/18 #kihei TODAY IS THE DAY- BE THERE 7/10/18 #kihei Is there anyone anywhere who is NOT aware that Tuesday at 6:30 PM, July 17 is this month’s General Membership meeting, which is a candidates’ forum for the Aug 11 primary election? What, you say there is that one guy!! OK, for him, and any […]

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Can We Achieve A Safe Route To School? Now? Later? Never?

Or should would we say we WILL achieve it? You decide. v 7/15/18 #kihei We informed our community several years ago after we attended the State Land Use Commission (LUC) meeting when the State Department of Education (DOE) petitioned the LUC for a change of use from Agricultural for the future site for their high […]

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KCA testifies at State LUC re Kaonoulu/Pi’ilani Promenade/MegaMall Future

7/12/18 #kihei Yesterday morning a meeting of the State Land Use Commission (LUC) was held at the request of the land owners to offer the LUC a “status report” on the North Kihei land mauka of the Pi’ilani highway near Kaonoulu. KCA was the first of eight to submit public testimony, but before that began, […]

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When is a DEADLINE not really a deadline?

7/12/2018 #kihei You probably received this post card last month from Maui County Clerk, Elections Division with valuable voter information. You see it clearly states “Voter Registration Deadline for Primary election is Thursday, July 12, 2018”. So if it is July 13, and you have NOT registered, you missed the deadline, right? You then can’t vote […]

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Candidate info—What You Need to Understand about Voting in the 2018 Primaries

All Hawaii voters actually, but we are addressing this to our district and using our South Maui candidates as illustration UPDATE 7/3/18. As we close in our upcoming July 17 forum for all seven State candidates, we expect most realize there will be no way to address all issue with all seven in this single […]

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Our Design Review Committee (DRC) Receives New Development Info

  UPDATE 7/3/18  We congratulate Kihei’s Pete Sullivan on this recycling project. Today’s Maui News front page article addresses this Kihei project KCA explored well over two years ago through our design review committee, shown here. If you want to have a voice before a project is completed and open for business, follow the KCA UPDATE 7/5/17 […]

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WHAT IS NEXT FOR THE PI’ILANI PROMENADE, AKA MEGAMALL?

Stakeholders meet with representative to hear what is being considered for future development on lands 6/28/18 #kihei We were included with a number of concerned stakeholders to hear a proposed update from Harry Lake of Koa Partners, the stated representative of Sarofim Realty, this afternoon at the Akaku, Maui Community Media, upstairs conference room. His […]

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Governor Ige Meets With The Community Associations

June 29, 2018 #kihei #governor #communityassociation Governor David Ige came to the Maui Tropical Plantation (thanks to generous host Mike Atherton) today to answer questions from Maui’s community associations (through the Alliance of Community Associations). There was a crowd of about 40, including not only board members of the community associations (including two from KCA) […]

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What KIRC plans to do on their land near boat ramp in South Kihei

You know KIRC is Kaho’olawe Island Reserve Commission, right? 6/29/2018 #kihei To start, if you are not familiar with this State government commission, see http://kahoolawe.hawaii.gov/history.shtml. You probably noticed their location and have seen their boat there, but they have plans for that land over the next several years. Their astute executive director Mike Naho’opi’i contacted […]

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State Land Use Commission (LUC) Travels to Kihei for a Site Visit of the Location of the Proposed New High School Mauka of Highway this Afternoon

This afternoon’s meeting was preceded by a gathering at the Kihei Community Center for preparation             6/14/18 #kihei This afternoon the LUC assembled at the Community Center to organize and then proceed to the bare land dedicated for the very long awaited High School. The Commissioners and staff were escorted by […]

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