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Surveys due June 1 on whether to continue curbside recycling program

May 24, 2015 The 3 Can Plan — a pilot program for curbside recycling in some South Maui neighborhoods — was discontinued by the county’s Department of Environmental Management in February after two year. more »»

Charter change needed for Maui Police Commission

May 24, 2015 The Police Commission should be a community check and control on the Maui Police Department. The commission’s most important power is hiring the police chief. more »»

Decrying liberal thinking and lauding hope from the GOP

May 24, 2015 Liberal thinking has gotten us into this $18 billion welfare-state mess, and it can’t get us out of it. more »»

Continue work on repairs of Kaupakalua Road

May 24, 2015 This letter is to call attention to the partial, temporary repairs to Kaupakalua Road. I’ve lived on this street 31 years and I travel to Pukalani at least three times a week. more »»

Author makes profound statement about Hillary

May 22, 2015 We watched an interview with Jack Welch (former CEO of General Electric Co.) and his wife, who has written a book about the Clintons. When Mr. more »»

Grow food locally for keiki in Hawaii public schools

May 22, 2015 Our representatives need to decrease our “risk” by calculating the inputs required to grow the majority of food for Hawaii’s Department of Education. The DOE serves over 100,000 meals a day. more »»

Cliff or beach, protect access to our shoreline

May 21, 2015 Re: Kahakuloa Homestead Subdivision, File No. 3 2230. Anytime access to the shoreline is required in a permit it should be followed as stated, with no variance denying the access. more »»

Sweet potato is result of natural GMO process

May 21, 2015 Many anti-genetically modified organism activists are worried because they believe that transfer of genes between species is unnatural. more »»

State unjustly siphoning money from the counties

May 21, 2015 Council Chairman Mike White’s article (“Chair’s 3 Minutes,” May 17) on a county-instituted general excise tax revealed that Maui County keeps only 19• percent of the tax revenue it generates through... more »»

Death penalty no problem for radical Islamists

May 20, 2015 It looks like we have played right into the hands of radical Islamists by sentencing Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to death. more »»

People’s confidence, faith lost in local government

May 20, 2015 I’ve been able to express and communicate my opinion through The Maui News for many years. I’ve always tried to show my concern for the people of our community. more »»

Prison is unhealthy for inmates’ mental health

May 20, 2015 Friends and families of Hawaii, be aware that studies show that being behind bars is not good for the prisoners’ mental health, much less for someone who suffers from severe mental illness. more »»

New bookmobile coming to Maui

May 19, 2015 In the days of the monarchy, Hawaii became the most literate place in the world. The good news today: Maui reads. more »»

Dampening egos is best for Maui’s energy future

May 19, 2015 I’m happy that Mayor Alan Arakawa wants to explore all options for the proposed merger of Hawaiian Electric Industries and NextEra (The Maui News, May 11). more »»

Article was unfair to Blood Bank of Hawaii

May 19, 2015 On April 28, I donated my 138th pint of bloo. more »»

American flag not being shown its due respect

May 19, 2015 I am amazed and appalled at the lack of flag etiquette on Maui. At one prominent hotel in Wailea, there is a three-pole arrangement. more »»

New letters email address

May 19, 2015 The email address for Letters to the Editor will change on Monday to opinions@mauinews.com. Letters may also be submitted via The Virtual Newsroom at www.mauinews.com. more »»

Kihei eatery scores with food and service

May 17, 2015 With so much negativity in the news, we’d like to share something positive. In Kihei we have a hidden treasure we want to share with you. more »»

Update of payday loan statute can be achieved

May 17, 2015 I was encouraged to see Rep. Justin Woodson’s May 12 Viewpoint regarding changes to the payday loan (deferred deposit) statute. more »»

Phony numbers used by county to deny recycling

May 17, 2015 When the 3 Can Plan was proposed, I opposed it since I already recycled. more »»

 
 
 

 

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