Police officials to be featured at KCA meeting

The Kihei Community Association is an all-volunteer, unfunded organization working for more than half a century to make South Maui a better place for our residents and businesses in a number of ways, including monthly membership meetings open to the public, on the third Tuesday of the month.

This month, KCA welcomes Maui Police Department representatives as our guests. So, on Tuesday, Police Chief Gary Yabuta and his team will offer a presentation for members and the community as well.

Meetings are held at the Kihei Charter Middle School, 41 E. Lipoa St. at 6:30 p.m. The doors open at 6 p.m. for pupu and to discuss concerns with fellow residents.

People interested in attending should please consider bringing a few cans of nourishing nonperishable food for the Maui Food Bank, as KCA continues its 2014 drive.

Why not take this opportunity to express concerns and ask questions directly about safety and security in our area? What is being done well and what needs attention? What effect will the newly opened station overlooking Kihei have on the community?

Membership is not required to attend, but it is encouraged.

For more information, see www.gokihei.org or call (508) 499-9996.

Mike Moran