Hawaiian Airlines offers sale on fares
Hawaiian Airlines is offering travelers a $61 fare for flights between Honolulu and Lihue or Kahului and between Kahului and Lihue, Kona
and Hilo, effective immediately, according to an announcement.
The fare sale allows customers to take advantage of the new expanded schedule in and out of the airline's Kahului Airport hub.
Tickets must be purchased online at www.hawaiianairlines.
com and will be available until midnight Friday, with the applicable travel period extending until Dec. 31.
The $61 fare is for one-way travel and inclusive of all taxes and fees for nonstop flights. Seats are subject to availability and may vary by day and flight.
Police will inspect car seats Saturday
As part of Child Passenger Safety Week, free child car seat and booster seat inspections will be done from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday in the parking lot of the Maui Marketplace on Dairy Road in Kahului.
Police also have been increasing enforcement of child passenger violations.
Those interested in having child car seats checked to see whether they're properly installed should show up with the child, car seat or booster seat and car. An inspection takes a minimum of 30 minutes for each seat.
The inspections are done on a first-come, first-served basis.
Under state law, child car seats are required for children under age 4. Children from ages 4 to 7 are required to be restrained in either car seats or booster seats while riding in vehicles.
Information about upcoming child car seat inspections is available on Facebook by looking up Maui County Child Passenger Safety.
Website contains zoning information
The Realtors Association of Maui announced Tuesday that it's created an Internet-based resource to help property owners understand the Maui County Council's proposal to transition certain agriculturally zoned properties to rural designations.
The information is online at www.ramaui.com/rural.
The association stated in a news release that the idea for the website grew out of council efforts to finalize the Maui Island Plan. As part of those Valley Isle master-planning discussions, county Planning Director Will Spence has proposed the zoning changes.
The affected areas are mostly existing neighborhoods with agricultural zoning now, according to the association. The properties are often 2 acres, and generally residential and not being farmed, the association said.
For more information about the website, send email to the association's government affairs director, Dave DeLeon, at email@example.com.