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Maui Nei

November 21, 2013 It’s unusual for an award-winning Maui photographer to be an accomplished reporter. It’s even more unusual for a photojournalist to come up with a four-part novel set in Europe 32,000 years ago. more »»

Some aspects of property tax can be confusing

November 21, 2013 Whenever a discussion of the real property tax arises, the jaded response is that the tax is so simple to understand there should be no question as to how a property tax bill is calculated. more »»

Sharing Mana‘o

November 20, 2013 Recently, I enjoyed a wonderfully refreshing week off from work. Actually, it was less than 24 hours; just an overnighter. But it was an overnighter in Han. more »»

Keiki o ka ‘Aina

November 19, 2013 I loved last week’s winter rains. I found myself one cloudy evening at the intriguing strip of fishing beach across the street from the Maui Arts & Cultural Center, hidden by gnarled sea grape tree. more »»

Ask The Mayor

November 18, 2013 Q: I received a letter from the Office of the County Clerk, which contained a Voter Registration and Permanent Absentee form. more »»

The State of Aloha

November 15, 2013 Televised coverage of government bodies is far from riveting programming. But last week Friday, the business of the state Capitol made for some pretty good TV. more »»

Maui Nei

November 14, 2013 It was a bright morning in Kula. He was an older guy, very clean and neat, although his clothing was well-worn. more »»

Slowing growth of government the only way to avoid another shutdown

November 14, 2013 “Whew, we dodged the bullet,” sighed many beneficiaries of the federal largess. more »»

Sharing Mana‘o

November 13, 2013 You readers are so cool. And sweet. You responded to last week’s column with delightful comments, thoughtful and whimsical. more »»

Keiki o ka ‘Aina

November 12, 2013 The new moon had sunk into the sea and the black night held an air of enchantment as I walked the dark garden paths of Lumeria, the relatively new educational retreat center on Baldwin Avenue below... more »»

Ask The Mayor

November 11, 2013 Q: Along the three-mile stretch of land along North Kihei Road that is flanked by Kealia Pond Wildlife Sanctuary and the Pacific Ocean, there are no trash barrels availabl. more »»

Residents urged to speak up on public transportation concerns

November 10, 2013 How can the Maui Bus service facilitate commuting and better serve the other transportation needs of local residents and businesses? The Pukalani Community Association has invited key county... more »»

Art grows from hobby

November 8, 2013 Coming from a family of artists, and with a background in conservation and environmental education, Denby Freeland-Cole just thought she might learn an interesting new technique when she signed up... more »»

Maui Nei

November 7, 2013 The question was simple. The answer is complicated. more »»

Share loss of TAT could spell increased GET

November 7, 2013 Some legislative leaders have been taking a dog-and-pony show on the road to try to convince county officials to give up their revenue sharing of the transient accommodations tax collections in... more »»

Sharing Mana‘o

November 6, 2013 It is with great pleasure — and a tiny bit of embarrassment — that I announce the arrival of a new addition to my household. I’d introduce you, but I don’t know his name yet. more »»

Keiki o ka ‘Aina

November 5, 2013 It was early (for us) on a Saturday morning, and we headed off to the cove at the Paia end of Baldwin Beach, colloquially known as Lime Kiln. more »»

Ask The Mayor

November 4, 2013 Q: I wanted to know what is going on with the Kalama Wastewater station. more »»

Land use approvals advance for new Kihei high school

November 3, 2013 The County Council’s Land Use Committee has recommended passage of bills approving a zoning change and community plan amendment to facilitate development of the long-awaited Kihei high school on 77... more »»

Off Deadline

November 2, 2013 I will always remember him as Jimmy Lawrence, captain of the Maui Police Department’s Criminal Investigation Division. He was a detective, a great detective, in the old mold. more »»

 
 

 

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