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Neighbors: Dogged Determination

May 13, 2016 Twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. That’s when Virginia “Gina” Weaver and her husband, Kawika, are on the clock. “We take care of animals 24/7,” Weaver said. more »»

Sharing Mana‘o

May 11, 2016 Mother’s Day began at 5 a.m. for me, as my phone began chirping madly with text messages from my granddaughter. more »»

Impact fee law should be re-examined

May 11, 2016 Forced exactions to fund our government don’t always come from taxing agencies. more »»

Maui Connections

May 10, 2016 Remember when you could buy an acre of land on Maui for a dollar, or get a hotel room in the islands for $5 a week? Or when you were liable to come upon a comely covey of nude wahine giggling in the... more »»

Ask The Mayor

May 9, 2016 Q: I was wondering about Kokomo Road in Haiku. Last year, all of the Haiku residents were pleased to see that repair work of the Kokomo Road had started — and then nothing. more »»

Council panel passes fiscal ’17 budget

May 8, 2016 I am pleased to report, after meeting nearly every day for a month, the Maui County Council’s Budget and Finance Committee on Monday passed a $659.5 million fiscal year 2017 budget. The figure is $51. more »»

The State of Aloha

May 6, 2016 There are 51 elected officials making up the Hawaii House of Representatives, each of whom represents districts throughout the state. Forty-four are Democrats, seven Republicans. more »»

Council’s budget cutting can hurt social services

May 6, 2016 From what I can tell, the County Council has been working hard this year to try and find areas of the fiscal year 2017 budget to cut out. more »»

Sharing Mana‘o

May 4, 2016 Most of us can name at least one great teacher or mentor who had a significant impact on us in our youth, perhaps influenced our career choices or lifelong philosophies. more »»

Much ado about nothing – Hawaii Legislature Edition

May 4, 2016 Today we are looking at a bill in our Legislature that contains nothing. more »»

Maui Connections

May 3, 2016 On the road again, to Hana. Mana‘o Hana Hou Radio’s Dr. B provides the traveling music for the annual pilgrimage to the East Maui Taro Festival. more »»

Ask The Mayor

May 2, 2016 Q: Why are so many food trucks parked all day long all over the island when the law requires relocation every 30 minutes? Also, can you check the hygiene practices that are required? Cashiers are... more »»

County governments are at the forefront in Hawaii

May 1, 2016 I’ve had the privilege of representing county governments during the 2016 state legislative session, which ends Thursday. more »»

Neighbors: It runs in the family

April 29, 2016 It’s safe to say that volunteering is in Mary Drayer’s DNA. more »»

Sharing Mana‘o

April 27, 2016 Another great man has left us, quietly and with dignity, the same way he lived his life. Olympic weightlifting legend Tommy Kono passed away Sunday at his Honolulu home. He was 85. more »»

Organically seeded tax credits sprout

April 27, 2016 This week we look at a sprouting new tax credit being considered by the Legislature. Our Legislature has traditionally acted to advance the production of renewable energy. more »»

Maui Connections

April 26, 2016 Thousands of miles from Broadway tributes and purple light shows from Niagara Falls to San Francisco, Upcountry jacarandas joined in on the chorus of a Prince song last weekend. more »»

Ask The Mayor

April 25, 2016 Q: Are political candidates allowed to post their “vote for me” signage on public school property? Today I noticed a banner for a candidate’s re-election affixed to the chain-link fencing that... more »»

Fight against invasive species takes community effort

April 24, 2016 Fighting invasive species such as the miconia weed, the little fire ant and the coqui frog takes diligence by everyone in the community. more »»

The State of Aloha

April 22, 2016 It’s hard to believe that we still have territories. If you think that the shadow of imperialism has finally passed, look west and think again. The year was 1521. more »»



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