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Videos and Recap of June 21, 2011 Community Meeting

The meeting commenced  with introductions and announcements by Steve Cordova, followed by an explantion of the ongoing beach area volunteer projects by Bob Richardson, and Andrew Beerer’s informing about the KCA website. The three Association board members then turned the meeting to horored guest,Maui county Director of the Department of Transportation, Joann Johnson Winer, who […]

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Development Projections Meeting Recap 5/17/11

After a brief tutorial by education committee chair Andrew Beerer on our ever improving website, the three guests, G- Pac Vice- chair Dick Mayor, Council member Don Couch and ranch representative Rory Frampton each addressed the topic on growth and development in South Maui, including an extensive informative power point by professor Mayor. An audience of […]

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Community Meeting 4/19/11 recap

After a brief introductory appraisal on the potential population grown in Kihei by President Jon Miller, Education Committee Chair Andrew Beerer offered the present and future state of the public schools in Kihei before an enthusiastic audience. Principals Chris Daily (Kamai’i) and Halle Maxwell (Kihei Elementry) and Charter School representatives Gene Zarro,Mark Christiano, Gail Weaver each […]

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Re-cap of 2/15/11 Community Meeting

While the room was chilly, the attitude and spirit was welcoming warm, as President Jon Miller opening the meeting a bit tardy due some improved but still challenging tech issues (cool wireless mics for the panel!) Pat Rouse began announcing “Aging with Aloha Coalition’s” community forum on 2/23 at the KCMS at 5:30 PM, before […]

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Re-cap of 1/18/11 Community Meeting

Overcoming some “opening night” glitches at the new digs at Kihei Charter School using the just completed (moments before the meeting began) set, President Jon Miller welcomed County Directors Will Spence (Planning) and David Goode (Public Works,) for a lively discussion concerning the recent storm related  damages and challenges, as well as the ongoing questions of […]

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Environmentalists Explore Maui’s Water Issues

Panel discusses critical factors that need to be addressed now to avoid a future water crisis. “We must rethink what we have been doing.” Scott Broadbent, Maui Weekly POSTED: June 24, 2010 One of life’s most fundamental needs, clean water, may soon be in short supply on Maui. And the way we dispose of our […]

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South Maui Transportation Discussed at May KCA Meeting

Residents, state and county transportation officials share transportation vision at Kïhei Community Association meeting. “… there wasn’t enough vision and planning.” Scott Broadbent, Maui Weekly May 27, 2010 Ask lifelong Maui residents about their early memories of Kihei and you will probably hear tales of Suda’s Fish Market, the Maui Lu Resort and the long, […]

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September 2008 General Membership Meeting

Primary Election Forum Mahalo to all the State and County candidates, as well as community members, who participated in our first of two (next one is October 21) “speed dating” format meeting to bring these two groups together for the benefit of all.   With over 150 in attendance, and with so many concerns, it made for a […]

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Public Works Director Discusses South Maui Issues at KCA Meeting

[image title=”North South Collector” size=”full” id=”385″ align=”center” alt=”North South Collector” linkto=”full” ] The state requires a four-lane north-south collector road running the length of Kihei. County and local officials favor a two-lane road with greenways and a bike path. (Above) This is proposed location of the collector road at Kulanihako‘i Road. Maui Weekly | June […]

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April 2008 General Membership Meeting

Park Usage Restrictions We missed our “prompt 6:30 PM start” by a few minutes to let the community enjoy the delicious pupu from Hawaiian Moons. After a few announcements, moderating board member Don Couch offer a bit of history on the relationship between the ocean activity businesses and the county government relating to parks usage, […]

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