Are people from the Mainland who relocated to Maui really the ones that are complaining about sugar cane burning, or just a group of activists trying to gain attention from the sugar company?
They follow strict health rules in the conditions, they burn in low wind and they don't burn anytime that the Health Department says "no." They control the burning. The only health problem from smoke is the rubbish outsiders throw away in the cane fields, like cars, batteries, outdated gas containers and building materials.
Also don't you know we live on a island with a lot of trade winds, so the smoke doesn't actually stay in a certain area and usually gets blown out to sea?
If you want someone to complain to, it should be the real estate agent who sold you the property. They should have warned you about the conditions faced in the area you live.
Maui is the last place with sugar cane in Hawaii. The company has been in business for more than 100 years.
Most of the complaints are from transplants from the Mainland. Go see your Realtor for your money back and seek for better accommodations that suit your type of living.