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Court cases handled with caution and competence

June 16, 2014 A June 5 letter writer criticized Judge Rhonda Loo for sentencing two people to probation for molesting two minors. more »»

First-time candidate is relishing the challenge

June 16, 2014 As a first-time candidate running for County Council in the primary election, I will be asking questions about how the political process works here on Mau. more »»

Mayor Arakawa is lacking in vision and judgment

June 16, 2014 Mayoral candidate Tamara Paltin recently pointed out (Letters, June 13) the Arakawa administration’s misguided decision to fight the Environmental Protection Agency over West Maui’s injection wells... more »»

Variety of issues on the agenda for KCA meeting

June 16, 2014 June takes us halfway though the year, and the Kihei Community Association will examine how South Maui is doing so far on a variety of issues. As always, on the third Tuesday of the month at 6:30 p. more »»

Among other problems, add the wasting of water

June 15, 2014 State government misplaces $400 million. Hawaii ranks worst in VA care. Before my head explodes, I need to get back to my original thought. more »»

Most council races don’t qualify as competitive

June 15, 2014 While I find most of a June 8 letter writer’s comments right on, I do disagree with his statement that there are a lot of competitive races for Maui County Council. The key word is competitive. more »»

Trade school a worthy cause and location perfect

June 15, 2014 The Kahoma location is perfect for easily accessible single-storied trade school buildings with small-scale attached parking lots for students. more »»

Trees trimmed at Wal-Mart due to safety concerns

June 15, 2014 I am responding to the June 10 letter regarding our recent tree trimming at the Kahului Wal-Mart. more »»

Pedestrian overpass a better choice than a tunnel

June 14, 2014 I agree a safe passage should be considered for children and adults going to the new Kihei high school (The Maui News, June 8. more »»

More talk than action on biking, walking plans

June 14, 2014 While the Kihei Community Association appreciates the Maui County Council working to ensure there will be a safe, secure bicycle and pedestrian underpass to allow students, faculty and parents to... more »»

Why are shoppers allowed to bring dogs in stores?

June 14, 2014 More and more I noticed people holding dogs or putting dogs in shopping carts while shopping at local supermarkets and big box stores. more »»

Passage of bill would bring fairness to taxation

June 14, 2014 It is important for Congress to pass the Marketplace Fairness Act for fair competition in today’s world of commerc. more »»

GMO can be a savior but needs proper regulation

June 14, 2014 Congratulations to SHAKA Movement (The Maui News, June 7). Ballot initiatives and referendums have been done on the Mainland for years. Some actually pass, most fail. more »»

Maui already has a place to learn Hawaiian history

June 14, 2014 The June 10 article on the Aloha Heritage Center is very interesting but lacking some very important informatio. more »»

Don’t allow campaign signs to violate the law

June 14, 2014 The proliferation of campaign signs is something we tolerate come every election year. But when the signs themselves violate our signage laws, i.e. more »»

Eco-community lawsuits obstacle to ferry system

June 14, 2014 After reading a June 9 letter writer’s call for “full disclosure about the economic prospects” of a ferry system for our islands, I’m wondering if she means a realistic business type prospectus or a... more »»

Vote for the new names, not those familiar ones

June 13, 2014 A June 4 headline mentioned familiar names appearing on the ballots. I think this is a major problem with local (and Mainland) politic. more »»

Money spent defending injection wells a waste

June 13, 2014 We live on an island, we need to be better stewards of our resources. In 2008, when the Environmental Protection Agency came to Lahaina, the community supported water reuse over injection wells. more »»

It’s time to stop the GMOs and legalize marijuana

June 13, 2014 It’s about time we put the brakes on Monsanto and its genetically modified organism march. Nobody here on Maui wants to eat GMOs. We want GMO and potentially hazardous foods to be labeled. more »»

Propaganda begins against GMO ballot measure

June 13, 2014 Congratulations to SHAKA Movement for getting the genetically modified organism moratorium on the ballot (The Maui News, June 7). Now begins the propaganda. more »»

 
 

 

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