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Maui Connections

January 19, 2016 Some of you may have noticed I’ve been gone for a while. My wife, Karen, and I were on the Mainland, spending autumn with the family. more »»

Ask The Mayor

January 18, 2016 Q: Lately I’ve seen numerous police vehicles on the island roads not displaying blue light. more »»

Unprecedented challenges require cooperation

January 17, 2016 Though some economic indicators are positive, Maui County faces unprecedented challenges in 2016. Homelessness is a bigger problem than at any point in Maui’s history. more »»

The State of Aloha

January 15, 2016 After work this week, I was heading east on the Hana Highway in that dreadful line of vehicles that forms outside of Paia. more »»

We need to work together, not stand apart

January 15, 2016 I know we are all still reeling from the news about Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co. stopping its sugar operations this year. more »»

Preparing for tragic loss of HC&S

January 14, 2016 To hear that Alexander & Baldwin Inc. will stop farming sugar at the end of 2016 is a tragic loss that catches you off guard, even when you knew it could happen one day. more »»

Sharing Mana‘o

January 13, 2016 Come back, Mr. Whipple. I miss you. I never thought I’d say those words. more »»

Unfriendly skies – and taxes – ahead?

January 13, 2016 Recently, state Sen. Jill Tokuda and state Rep. more »»

Ask The Mayor

January 11, 2016 Q: Our street in Kihei has been plagued with abandoned vehicles, some Maui cruisers, some a result of the illegal auto repair shop in our neighborhood. more »»

TAT is better revenue source for county than GET

January 10, 2016 The state Legislature last year granted county governments the power to impose a half-percent surcharge on the general excise tax. more »»

Neighbors: An open book

January 8, 2016 Shay Belisle knows a great story when she sees one. “I love stories,” she said. “The best stories are the ones that captivate you.” Belisle’s own story is no exception. more »»

Maui Nei

January 7, 2016 It’s a new year. Surf is up! The sound of the whooshing waves echoes along an Upcountry side road. There was a time when the cry signaled a time when Hawaii’s business slowed to a crawl. more »»

Chamber offers calendar for 2016

January 7, 2016 Happy New Year! We hope you had a joyous holiday season and our moving forward with an exciting and prosperous New Yea. more »»

Sharing Mana‘o

January 6, 2016 2015 was the Year of the Selfie. At least, it was for me. Twitter actually declared 2014 to be such, a year after “selfie” was named Oxford Dictionaries’ Word of the Year. more »»

Freedom from the Internet tax supposed to be coming to Hawaii

January 6, 2016 Since 1998, a federal law called the Internet Tax Freedom Act has blocked many states from taxing Internet access. more »»

Change is not simple in agriculture; community can learn and support

January 5, 2016 There have been many opinions about agricultural businesses in Hawaii and the need for the industry to adapt to change. Change and resiliency are key to any successful business. more »»

Ask The Mayor

January 4, 2016 Q: The toddler/infant pool and fountain at the Kihei Aquatic Center has been closed for some time now. It doesn’t look like any work is being done on it. more »»

Infrastructure drives economic development

January 3, 2016 The Maui County Council this week will consider several bills to improve Maui County’s physical infrastructure and, consequently, promote economic development. more »»

The State of Aloha

January 1, 2016 Mark Oyama graduated from Iolani, that prestigious and posh private school in Honolulu, then earned his bachelor’s degree at the highly competitive and world-renowned California Institute of... more »»

Sharing Mana‘o

December 30, 2015 Warning: If you are hoping to start your day with a chuckle or a smile, better turn to the comics page. more »»

 
 
 

 

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