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DOT needs to ensure that highway is safe

September 29, 2016 Will the state Department of Transportation please assess the ditches that appear to be going under the road before and after the tunnel on the pali? These ditches appear to be the result of recent... more »»

 
 
 
A revised version of Bible for candidate

September 29, 2016 Subject: best book, "The Bible," revised in cooperation with "The Art of the Deal," by 21st-century Neanderthal. The new "10. more »»

Mike White needs to be voted out of office

September 29, 2016 Maui County Council Chairman Mike White introduced County Council bill BF- 70 last February. more »»

Water tank site could result in lost property taxes

September 29, 2016 Thank you for your Sept. 27 article on the Kaanapali Hillside water tank. County officials are saying that placing the tank at a higher level will increase the cost by $7 million. more »»

Progressives’ hypocrisy more than mind-boggling

September 28, 2016 This is beyond mind-boggling. more »»

Elect a proven leader, vote for Lynn DeCoite

September 28, 2016 As a resident of District 13, I felt the need to share a small portion of information. There is much more if you go to the website (www.lynndecoite.com), you can see the positive accomplishments. more »»

Native Americans are still being oppressed

September 28, 2016 Why are America’s original inhabitants never given fair treatment? With the arrival of the Europeans, the Native Americans were continually oppressed and discriminated against. more »»

Leaders work to resolve highway protection issue

September 28, 2016 The people of Maui are known for pulling together to fight against special interests in order to protect the environment and the future of their keiki. more »»

Sugimura has long served as a leader

September 27, 2016 As classmates of Yuki Lei Sugimura, it is our honor and pleasure to endorse Yuki Lei for the Maui County Council. more »»

Roadwork a sure sign it’s election time

September 27, 2016 Eh! You can tell it’s election time by the number of Public Works projects. Never thought I would see Hansen Road redone in my lifetim. more »»

Flood victims in need of emergency assistance

September 27, 2016 Sept. 23’s front-page news was well covered. Gov. David Ige, stood on edge with erosion concerns and how Mother Nature is all powerful. Thank you for coming to Maui. more »»

Legislature needs to provide hospital funds

September 25, 2016 The Hawaii Legislature should pass an emergency bill to fund the hospitals of Maui County until July 1. Since Ja. more »»

Greig-Nakasone is needed on Maui County Council

September 25, 2016 I have been following Napua Greig-Nakasone since December, when I first met her at a private home where she introduced herself as a candidate for Maui County Council. more »»

Nikhilananda is people’s choice for state House

September 25, 2016 Lynn DeCoite versus Nikhilananda in a House race — an area that both candidates live in. more »»

Is Rep. Ing entitled to special treatment?

September 25, 2016 State Rep. Kaniela Ing, seeking re-election to South Maui’s seat in the House, was granted a continuance in his court case on Sept. 14, thus ensuring his trial won’t take place until after the No. more »»

Dark days ahead if Donald Trump is elected

September 25, 2016 “As to those who have no experience of fascism — the common people in Anglo-Saxon countries — democracy has little meaning. more »»

Film reveals abuses by government, power elite

September 25, 2016 Oliver Stone’s film “Snowden” is a must-see. more »»

Park will decline if the county allowed to take over

September 25, 2016 For the last 40 years, the southern portion of Waipuilani Park has been irrigated and maintained by the Maui Sunset condominium at no cost to county taxpayers. more »»

Change is overdue in form of governance

September 25, 2016 Eighty-two percent of counties in America have switched to a county manager form of governance. Why? Because the mayor-council form of governance is easily corrupted, and has become antiquated. more »»

Opening Kanaha’s gates earlier may be solution

September 25, 2016 Regarding Kanaha Beach Park access: The introduction of lockout gates to the shoreline being constructed is obviously related to the homeless issue, which is a serious problem. more »»

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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Restating the Obvious

What the community wants

September 28, 2016 I went to a meeting of the revived Wailuku Community Association Monday evening. Community is an exaggeration. Of about 20 people there, all but 5 or 6 were on the county payrol. more »

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