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How can you affect change via the State Legislature? PAR meeting in Kihei can tell you the best techniques

Were you satisfied with laws passed, or NOT passed in this year’s session? 11/7/17 #kihei Most actions by our state government come from our legislators in both the State Senate and House. Were you disappointed when one of our reps stopped actions to lessen or ban use of harmful sunscreens which are helping to destroy […]

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Homelessness meeting at Kihei Community Center draws over 70 people

The South Maui Community & KCA turned out for second meeting 10/31/17 # kihei OK, did you miss this meeting too? You gave no input on how to best spend $1.5 M in South Maui to alleviate the homelessness problem? Last evening, decision makers heard from maybe thirty guys, certainly more than they did at […]

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A TEMPORARY 0.5% GE TAX SURCHARGE FOR TRANSPORTATION ON MAUI?

UPDATE  10/20/17 MEETING THIS MORNING: THE TOPIC WAS REFERRED TO COMMITTEE Stay tuned 10/15/17 #kihei Most people on Maui seem to agree that we need better transportation infrastructure. When looking at motor vehicle transportation, who does not see the challenge getting over the Pali to the westside? If you head to the North shore, the […]

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ALLIANCE OF MAUI COMMUNITY ASSOCIATIONS LOOKS AT MEDICARE FOR ALL

“Everybody In, Nobody Out” Improved Medicare For All – Dr. Leslie Gise 10/16/17 #kihei With a weak turnout of just eleven, our three directors of course led the way with solid representation, which included the Kula, Pukalani and Haiku Associations, at this month’s meeting of the Alliance of Maui Community Associations. Dr Leslie Gise, a […]

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County Council begins process to ban reef killing chemicals in care products

KCA has been all over this issue going back to last year, and hopes County legislators succeed where State failed 10/16/17 #kihei Elle Cochran leads the environmental way with her IED committee once again this afternoon with a proposed bill that would ban any product (mostly sunscreen) that contained Oxybenzone and Octinoxate. Countless testifiers, including […]

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Are You Concerned About Homelessness in Kihei? Then be there on OCT 30!

“There” is the Kihei Community Center and the time is 5:30 PM 10/28/17 #kihei Want a say in how over $1.million will be spent in S Maui on homelessness? BE THERE 10/4/17 # kihei OK, you missed the first meeting last month, so here is the second opportunity. The money to be discussed can only be […]

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Kihei Elementary School invites to Parent Social Night 10/2/2017

Aloha! The Kihei Elementary School PTA would like to invite you to our first ever Parent Social Night held October 2 (Monday) at 5:30pm at the Kihei Elementary School Cafeteria. We have attached a flyer invitation to this social event.  This is an informal evening of “talk story” with one another to talk about our wants, […]

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“Homelessness” meeting this morning brings out mostly organization guys

9/16/17 # kihei It’s 9:00 o’clock on a Saturday and who shuffled into the  Malcolm Center at the MEBT Campus up in the R & T park via Lipoa Parkway to 1305 N. Honopono St ? Well, three KCA directors did along with numerous people affiliated with Ke Hale A Ke Ola, several for Hale Kau […]

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Community Meeting to address “homelessness” concerns in South Maui on Saturday morning 9/16

9/7/17 #kihei Remember a while ago we suggested you hold the date of September 16 awaiting details on this upcoming meeting arranged by our County Councilor Kelly King? So you did it right? OK, the wait is over. Saturday morning, 9:00 AM until 11:30 AM – the location is the Malcolm Center at the MEBT […]

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WHEN is the public meeting on South Kihei Road addressing controversial parking lot project??

9/12/17  4:30 At the lot** Is that question familiar? Was it asked right here last March? See below! 9/5/17 #kihei Today we have the answer: it will be Tuesday September 12 at 4:30 PM. So what we had expected last May or June to be an official County Council LUC meeting finally materializes in September […]

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