Cultural Signage, Progress at New Charter School, and County Governance at this week’s KCA meeting
While the turnout of about 55 at the Charter School last evening was lower than we had expected, the guys who could not make it missed a great meeting. We understand one factor was State Ledge opening following morning had some guys off island. That said, our perception watching the smaller crowd was almost everyone gave rapt attention to all three segments
KCA director Linda Berry kicked it off with a visual presentation on a signage project, complemented by Vernon Kalanikau. This was followed by our Charter School facility host Gene Zarro offering an oral and visual update of the progress of construction of the new Kihei Charter High School atop Lipoa Parkway. Yes the plan is to begin admission of students THIS year! The wrap up presentation was an offering by Mark Hyde concerning county administration organizational change, often called county manager. He provided all attendees with two hand puts to supplement his oral presentation that we have included her if you missed the meeting. The ever present legislator Kelly King was on hand to offer explanations and answer some questions of the process
Next meeting is on March 20. Stay tuned for details.