KCA to hear proposal for revised drainage plan

If you want to know what is happening in South Maui, look to the Kihei Community Association. We are in our 59th year as an all-volunteer membership nonprofit organization, striving to support our community.

May 21 is the third Tuesday of the month, so KCA general membership meeting commences at 6:30 p.m. at St. Teresa Church Hall, 25 W. Lipoa St. We will be exploring Dr. Amanda Cording’s of EcoSolutions Inc. proposed concepts for a revised Kihei Master Drainage Plan, using low impact design.

Kulanihakoi River gulch, which terminates just south of Kaonoulu, where South Kihei Road always floods, is of major community interest. Maybe then we can get a bridge across Kulanihakoi River gulch on South Kihei Road? Also, Council Chairwoman Kelly King will offer a community report on the FY 2020 county budget and other community concerns for South Maui.

This meeting continues our drive for donations to the Maui Food Bank. Estimates range around 10 percent of keiki and kupuna who go to bed hungry on Maui each night. No admission fee, so bring some nonperishable nutritious food donations.

The meeting is open to all; membership is not required, but encouraged, especially now when a 40 percent discount offer is in effect. See www.gokihei.org to become a member or sign up for our newsletter. More information, call (508) 499-9996 Like it? Like us on Facebook.

Mike Moran, President

Kihei Community Association