I see that, once again, a tiny minority of Maui's population is deciding what is best for the island. The census of Maui for 2010 puts the population at 144,444 people.
A June 30 letter writer said that The Maui News' June 21 account of the Kihei Community Association meeting about the proposed South Maui mega-malls was vastly underreported. He states: "Actual minimum best estimate counts conducted by KCA board members found between 220 and 250 jamming the Kihei Charter School room - certainly a far cry from The Maui News' severe undercount."
These 250 people represent 0.0017 percent of Maui's population. Not even 1 percent. Even if every one of the attendees writes a letter to the editor, they still are statistically insignificant. They obviously don't represent the other 99.99827 percent of the population.
Give it a rest.