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LETTERS for June 23 issue

June 23, 2011 IT'S NO GAME; PLEASE SLOW DOWN! Every few days, I drive past the speed radar stand located on the corner of Honoapiilani Highway and Prison Street to try and match its Broadway flash to... more »»

LETTERS for June 16 issue

June 16, 2011 JOIN THE EFFORT TO SAVE HONOLUA This is a comment regarding all the requests and letters sent over saving Honolua Bay: The greed of companies and investors must be stopped! A... more »»

LETTERS for June 9 issue

June 9, 2011 THANKS FOR SUPPORTING 'DOLLARS FOR SCHOLARS' The Lahaina Complex After School Enrichment Tutor Project gives thanks for the Aina Nalu homeowners’ fundraiser, “Dollars for Scholars,” held... more »»

LETTERS for June 2 issue

June 2, 2011 CONGRATS TO WEST MAUI WRESTLERS WOW!! What a great achievement by these terrific, hardworking young wrestlers at the state meet! When you see one of these kids in our little tight knit... more »»

LETTERS for May 26 issue

May 26, 2011 THANKS FOR HELPING LAHAINALUNA BOARDERS The Lahainaluna High School Boarding Department celebrated its 175th anniversary on the weekend of April 15-17, 2011. more »»

LETTERS for May 19 issue

May 19, 2011 DISASTER PREPAREDNESS EVENT A SUCCESS It was truly heartening to experience the individual, business and county support that made the disaster preparedness event at Lahaina Civic Center... more »»

LETTERS for May 12 issue

May 12, 2011 COUNTY SHOULD ACQUIRE LAND AROUND HONOLUA Honolua Bay averages well over 1,000 visitors a day — unsupervised recreational users. Maui Land & Pineapple C. more »»

LETTERS for May 5 issue

May 5, 2011 MAYOR OVERTAXING THE VISITOR INDUSTRY I think that Alan Arakawa needs to wake up to the fact that he did not win the election for mayor; Charmaine Tavares lost it. more »»

LETTERS for April 28 issue

April 28, 2011 THE TIDAL WAVE OF 1946 My name is Cathy Ralar Lum Lung. more »»

LETTERS for April 21 issue

April 21, 2011 WHERE IS THE ALOHA? This letter is directed to the impatient driver who honked and startled my mom, who was riding her bike in Lahaina, so that she fell and was injured. more »»

LETTERS for April 14 issue

April 14, 2011 MISSION IS STILL TO SAVE HONOLUA A lot has changed since the Save Honolua Coalition formed in 2007, but the mission remains the same: Maintain open space, public access and revitalize th... more »»

LETTERS for April 7 issue

April 7, 2011 BOE CONCERNED ABOUT BUDGET CUTS It has become clear that Hawaii’s economy is not improving as quickly as we had hoped, and that a recovery will be slowed by the tragic natural disaster i... more »»

LETTERS for March 31 issue

March 31, 2011 CREATE ROCK GARDENS ALONG THE HIGHWAY From the south into Lahaina, there are new plantings with cobblestone in the median. more »»

LETTERS for March 24 issue

March 24, 2011 FORGET MECO! PEOPLE SHOULD STRIKE In the last two years on Ainakea Road, we have had about a DOZEN power outages in the grid going up north and mauka of Ainakea, starting at Kapunakea. more »»

LETTERS for March 17 issue

March 17, 2011 PROJECTS WILL PROVIDE SAFER ACCESSES TO SCHOOLS I would personally like to express my gratitude and thanks to Lahaina Bypass Now (LBN), Charlene Shibuya of the Hawaii Department of... more »»

LETTERS for March 10 issue

March 10, 2011 HAWAII SCHOOLS SHOULD OFFER VOCATIONAL TRAINING Hawaii Board of Education member Leona Rocha-Wilson wants to create a “two-path system” in which students would be able to choose courses... more »»

LETTERS for March 3 issue

March 3, 2011 MAHALO FOR ORGANIZING S-TURNS SURF CONTEST We would like to thank Uncle Bert, Uncle Johnny, Auntie Suzie and all the rest of the hardworking gang that put together the ninth annual... more »»

LETTERS for February 24 issue

February 24, 2011 GOVERNOR'S PROPOSAL WOULD HURT RETIREES The governor’s proposal to tax pension plans would impose a new and grievous tax on our senior retired citizens with fixed incomes. more »»

LETTERS for February 17 issue

February 17, 2011 CEMENT PENINSULAS ON THE HIGHWAY ARE DANGEROUS The new section of highway through Lahaina is quite an improvement. more »»

LETTERS for February 10 issue

February 10, 2011 WHAT 'REAL CAUSES' WILL COUCH TARGET? It’s good to see our new County Councilmember, Don Couch, from South Maui is very concerned about the condition of our reefs and oceans. more »»

 
 

 

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