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Mayoral office system and staff not required

March 13, 2016 Mark Hyde wrote an excellent Viewpoint regarding the reasons change is badly needed in our current form of government (The Maui News, March 1). more »»

Lawsuit seeks to end agriculture burning

March 13, 2016 Some have asked why Stop Cane Burning continues to fight Alexander & Baldwin and the Department of Health in court. more »»

Complex problem requires an intelligent solution

March 11, 2016 On the surface, it seems the attempt by the County Council, and primarily Council Member Riki Hokama — who has refused to alter the ag bill after significant recommendations in the past from... more »»

Politicians have chosen to ignore the DOE guidelines

March 11, 2016 Politicians have overstepped their boundaries by proposing SB 814, which requires that the Board of Education name the yet-to-be built co-ed Kihei high school the Patsy Takemoto Mink South Maui High... more »»

Behavior of the upper class worthy of ridicule

March 11, 2016 In the language of my ancestry, we have a word for which I can find no English equivalent. A brief translation might be “to ridicule up. more »»

Old infrastructure cannot handle population increase

March 11, 2016 Traffic everywhere, out-of-state Americans moving in by the droves. There is no more room left, the old infrastructure cannot handle the population increase that Maui has been experiencing. more »»

Incinerator could help with landfill problems

March 11, 2016 With the continued problems at the Maui landfills, why hasn’t the County Council opened discussions about building an incinerator to handle the trash that is accumulated? I remember during Linda... more »»

We deserve to have school named ‘Kihei High School’

March 11, 2016 Kihei High School. We’ve been waiting a long time for this. more »»

Amazing staff at beach resort rescues swimmers

March 11, 2016 I have come to Napili Bay for over 50 years. more »»

Politicians rarely repeal taxes once imposed

March 11, 2016 Having lived now 92 years has given me an opportunity to view the sorts of taxes and their proposed increases as discussed by Pamela Tumpap in “Chamber View” (The Maui News, March 3. more »»

HC&S’ ‘yield decline’ is primarily the result of chemicals it is using

March 10, 2016 “The decline of agriculture” (Today’s Editorial, The Maui News, Feb. 24) sets the stage and place for an overdue discussion of Maui’s agriculture with its implications for the rest of Hawai. more »»

Amazing cast in ‘Guys and Dolls’

March 10, 2016 I am writing to encourage your readers to go see “Guys and Dolls” at the Historic Iao Theater this weekend. more »»

Opportunity to vote against hard-liners

March 10, 2016 Thanks to our president, his team and our allies, Iran signed on to the “Iran Nuclear Deal. more »»

Uncaring individuals dump junk on beaches

March 10, 2016 I was appalled as I drove from Lahaina the last two days to see the amount of debris that has been stacked by the road by some wonderful volunteers cleaning up our beache. more »»

Keith Regan is right choice for council

March 10, 2016 Maui has an opportunity to elect a new kind of leader. An individual who is intelligent, experienced and a good person. I believe that person is Keith Rega. more »»

Mandatory voting deserves careful consideration

March 9, 2016 The Feb. 26 Maui News editorial argued against mandatory voting, citing three arguments from a Washington Post column. more »»

Minimum wage proposal another liberal folly

March 9, 2016 Obama said his ice cream job (The Maui News, Feb. 27) “taught him valuable lessons about responsibility and hard work. more »»

Forcing someone to work for no pay is simply slavery

March 9, 2016 I thought slavery was against the law in the U.S. But apparently that doesn’t apply to doctors — at least not in Hawaii. more »»

Author of Viewpoint may have kissed Blarney Stone

March 9, 2016 In southern Ireland near Cork, stands the Blarney Castle, site of the legendary Blarney Stone that is reputed to endow with gifts of eloquence, persuasion and deceptive nonsense to those that kiss it. more »»

Plea made to Board of Education to reprioritize the public schools

March 8, 2016 When the first appointed Board of Education was seated in 2011 after passage of the ballot amendment abolishing elected boards, it was announced that the public school system would be run under a... more »»



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