Last evening (6/18/13)  another full house at the Kihei Charter School listened to and questioned our three area State Legislators, Sen. Roz Baker, South -side representative Kaniela Ing and North Kihei-Maalaea Representative Angus McKelvey on a myriad of topics and issues of concern. After local fisher Basil Oshiro  opened with the Sense of Place segment, followed by Kirk Surry and Kathy Becklin  for Grow Some Good’s sparkling update on their schools garden programs, and offered the attendees a variety of vegetable “starts”  and seeds for their own home gardens, KCA President Mike Moran queried the trio of lawmakers on a series of questions, before opening the floor to audience questions.Topics that seemed of most interest to those assembled were varied from ocean environment to  education to

In the closing announcements, Moran mentioned a four page letter the Association sent to Sarofim Realty about development for plots of land they own mauka the Pi”ilani Hwy. in North Kihei, since the document is available for viewing on the KCA website. He closed with advice about the July 16 meeting having two primary and distinct topics.: An upcoming major detour of traffic on S, Kihei  Rd, and an update of Hono ula (Wailea 670) proposed development.