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Writer made good point about 150-word letters

May 20, 2016 If The Maui News does limit wording to 150 words (Letters, May 5), than bills passed by politicians should also be 150 words. more »»

No economic benefit should mean no council-manager

May 19, 2016 A proposal as momentous as a movement toward a council-manager form of government should utilize only the most objective and complete analysis possible. more »»

Proposed location for tank not the best choice

May 19, 2016 County Council Member Mike White discusses alternatives to using injection wells at the Lahaina wastewater treatment plant in his May 15 “Chair’s 3 Minutes” column. more »»

Couple will never forget the kindness shown on Maui

May 19, 2016 My wife and I recently visited Maui. We climbed the Waihee Ridge Trail. Beautiful views from the top. Sadly, on the way down, my wife fell down in the mud on the trai. more »»

Similar growth fears were expressed 200 years ago

May 19, 2016 A May 8 letter writer expressed fears about uncontrolled growth similar to those that Thomas Malthus expressed about overpopulation about 200 years ago. more »»

Election is at a crossroads, vote for the right folks

May 18, 2016 We are at a crossroads both locally and globally as election time approaches. Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders represent the two possible courses we will choose. more »»

Trump may become savior of American politics

May 18, 2016 I think Donald Trump will inadvertently become the savior of American politics. First by destroying the Republican Party and then by bragging about it. more »»

Police have ‘real crime’ to investigate elsewhere

May 18, 2016 The police are officers of the peace and public servants. They are protectors of those who are victims of crime and abus. more »»

How much would a new form of government cost?

May 18, 2016 Is it the Special Committee on Governance’s recommendation that Maui County taxpayers pay for an elected mayor (and presumably staff) in addition to employing a professional manager (and presumably... more »»

Municipal manager could bring Maui better results

May 17, 2016 We elect our friends and neighbors to set policy in county government, but none of us have any illusions about their expertis. more »»

Please pick up after your dogs

May 17, 2016 I live on a corner property in Ka Ono Ulu Estates in Kihei. I am very proud of my property and try to maintain i. more »»

Improve the landscape for educators in Hawaii

May 17, 2016 While enrollment in our public schools continues to rise, the projected vacancies for teachers in the state system also will increase to an alarmingly high number of some 1,600 empty positions... more »»

Governance committee has done a good job

May 17, 2016 The Special Committee on County Governance has recommended a revised form of government for Maui County that takes into account the benefits of a professionally trained administrator doing the job o... more »»

Budget, meeting changes would benefit community

May 17, 2016 Serving as the managing director, I hope to utilize my executive branch experience to propose and enact legislative changes for the benefit of our community if given the opportunity to serve on the... more »»

We are special to society because of our aloha

May 17, 2016 I am in my second year of college at Sierra Nevada College in Lake Tahoe, Nev., studying sustainability. more »»

Proposal in line with desires of residents

May 15, 2016 The Maui News May 4 editorial urging the County Council to reject the Special Committee on Governance’s recommendation to retain an elected mayor while employing a professional manager hired by the... more »»

Letter about incumbent prompts opposing view

May 15, 2016 In my previous letter to the editor (April 10), I related I was concerned about the incumbent state representative for South Maui because he claimed to deliver when in fact he did not. more »»

Please help get park on Waiale Drive reopened

May 15, 2016 The park across from Maui Community Correctional Center on Waiale Drive continues to be closed to the public. more »»

Viewpoint smells of salesmanship

May 13, 2016 The April 29 Viewpoint, “Hawaii right to stay the course on testing,” failed to mention the names of those people who evaluated Smarter Balance. more »»

Can infrastructure keep up with S. Maui development?

May 13, 2016 Regardless of your exposure longevity, most everyone agrees that South Maui — Kihei, Wailea and Makena — is growing by leaps and bound. more »»

 
 
 

 

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