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Planning Department found no violations at Lona Ridge

August 28, 2016 Reference: “Panel defers action on proposal to allow special events at Wailuku Heights home” (The Maui News, Aug. 24. more »»

Policy proposed for beach park is totally backward

August 28, 2016 It is heartening to see our local government again has focused its laser eyes and is set on assisting the hundreds of residents who are unable to find affordable accommodation in our currently... more »»

Energy alternatives are cleaner than LNG option

August 28, 2016 The controversy over replacing our reliance on oil with a reliance on LNG (liquified natural gas) is missing an opportunity to solve a deeper problem. more »»

Kelly King has a history of working for the community

August 28, 2016 As a longtime Kihei resident and 35-year-plus friend of Kelly King and her wonderful family, I want to publicly endorse her for the South Maui residency seat on the County Council. more »»

Tall grass on roadside hampers drivers’ vision

August 28, 2016 Maui has recently had a lot of rains, nothing uncommon, yet for some reason just recently, the grass on the side of the roads in Haiku and Haliimaile has grown out of contro. more »»

Roundabouts can lessen driving time

August 28, 2016 Sadly, Gov. David Ige wants to defer the money that was set aside for the highway work to be done on the Lahaina side (The Maui News, Aug. 25). They say the cost is too high for our budget. more »»

Answer tax question, get transferred

August 28, 2016 Why are all the lawsuits and injunctions needed? Someone should call the IRS and find out about the lump-sum payments. It shouldn’t be very hard. more »»

Grant for coqui frog eradication good news

August 28, 2016 Got coqui? We do! I’m happy to read that Mayor’s Office of Economic Development issued a $1.2 million grant to UH for the Coqui Frog Eradication Project. more »»

Biomass power available at sugar mill

August 28, 2016 There is biomass-produced power available at the Puunene sugar mill, and MECO refuses to take it. They used to take it, HC&S was the emergency backup power supply for Maui for most of our lives. more »»

Several factors fuel voter apathy, including corruption

August 26, 2016 Several recent articles and an editorial bemoan voter apathy, and in my opinion this apathy is caused by several factors. more »»

Workshop on long-term care at Christ the King

August 26, 2016 Faith Action for Community Equity Maui is partnering with Caring Across Generations, a national movement of families, caregivers, people with disabilities and aging Americans working to transform... more »»

Too much Kool-Aid may affect renal health

August 26, 2016 By now everyone who is capable of objective, logical thought knows that Bill and Hillary Clinton are grifters and liars to the core. That is very old new. more »»

Stop little fire ants before time bomb explodes

August 26, 2016 Landowners who refuse to permit the Maui Invasive people to rid their property of little fire ants should be prosecuted for endangering our environmental resources and future well-being of our la. more »»

Give Council Member Don Couch the credit he is due

August 25, 2016 I must say something because I know my husband doesn’t like to sing his own praises. I hear people complain that he has not done anything for Kihei. Don Couch has done so much for South Maui. more »»

Company promoted cane burning as a good thing

August 25, 2016 Bravo to the public relations department at HC&S! You must be brilliant. You had half the island believing that the noxious and toxic polluting and burning of cane fields was a good thing. more »»

Calling to make Page A2 the ‘good news page’

August 25, 2016 Aloha Maui News! I have a wonderful idea for your paper. Make page A2 “The Good News Page.” The page would feature only positive things happening in our schools, state, country and world. more »»

Most park campers are the ‘working poor’

August 24, 2016 County officials cannot just close Kanaha Park to camping without creating and offering a place to go for the families who live ther. more »»

Permit would allow special, high-priced events in Haiku

August 24, 2016 A former contributor to The Maui News now lends his eloquence in support of turning the old Baldwin Estate in the heart of rural Haiku into a high-priced short-term rental and special event site. more »»

Camping ban will eliminate affordable housing units

August 24, 2016 The county’s decision to ban camping in Kanaha park will eliminate 3,360 affordable housing units from the rental market. Let me explain. more »»

School staffs work hard to make campuses safe and positive places

August 23, 2016 The daily responsibility of protecting every child and every staff member on our public school campuses is great. It is the foremost thought that principals mull over before any activit. more »»



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