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LETTERS for the January 24 issue

January 24, 2019 Nice to see good news Thank you for the wonderful article on the Napilihau Recreation Center renovation. Louise Rockett did a great job writing it. more »»

LETTERS for the January 17 issue

January 17, 2019 Help end the government shutdown It is time for every citizen to get involved. Our current government shutdown exemplifies the dysfunction that exists in our Legislative Branch. more »»

LETTERS for the January 10 issue

January 10, 2019 How to improve the schools I wish to address those people on the island who think that the problems with the education of our keiki can be solved by “them” (i.e. more »»

LETTERS for the January 3 issue

January 3, 2019 Impressed by Lahaina roadwork I was very impressed in how quickly the intersection of Keawe Street and Honoapiilani Highway was completed. more »»

LETTERS for the December 27 issue

December 27, 2018 Hawaii needs a tax to fund education Aloha members of the Hawaii State Senate. more »»

LETTERS for the December 20 issue

December 20, 2018 Before 2018 ends, help save local homeless animals Please make a final tax-deductible gift to support Maui Humane Society’s 2018 Holiday Drive to Save Lives. more »»

LETTERS for the December 13 issue

December 13, 2018 Fix the voting system It is time to get rid of the “Electoral College.” Five presidents have won the office with the minority of the popular vote (two just since 2000, George W. more »»

LETTERS for the December 6 issue

December 6, 2018 Senator clarifies state taxes A recent letter to the editor (“Honolulu Rail shouldn’t use Hawaii’s General Fund”) contained some potentially misleading information, and I would like to clarify a fe... more »»

LETTERS for the November 29 issue

November 29, 2018 Provide a means for Maui rentals to operate legally Say you’re in desperate need of money and decide to rent a room in your Maui home through Airbn. more »»

LETTERS for the November 22 issue

November 22, 2018 Choose a nonviolent Thanksgiving observance While President Trump is pardoning two turkeys for Thanksgiving, every one of us can exercise that same presidential power by choosing a nonviolent... more »»

LETTERS for the November 15 issue

November 15, 2018 Land stewardship should be enforced This is regarding the letter written by an unknown writer in the Oct. 18 edition of your pape. more »»

LETTERS for the November 8 issue

November 8, 2018 Politicians are great at organizational sabotage Do you ever wonder why it seems like nothing ever gets accomplished in local government? Do you see politicians engaged in the following activities... more »»

LETTERS for the November 1 issue

November 1, 2018 Support candidates seeking real change Will more low-paying jobs and more work relieve our high prices and high costs? Wouldn’t that require better wages and a lower cost of living? Could it also... more »»

LETTERS for the October 25 issue

October 25, 2018 Switch to plant-based eating now Right on the heels of utter devastation wrought by Hurricanes Florence and Michael comes an alarming report in the prestigious journal Nature that mitigation of... more »»

LETTERS for the October 18 issue

October 18, 2018 Vote “no” on the Constitutional Amendment The teachers’ union told their members to vote YES... more »»

LETTERS for the October 11 issue

October 11, 2018 Residents seek update on Lower Road project (The following letter was sent to West Maui County Councilwoman Elle Cochran. more »»

LETTERS for the October 4 issue

October 4, 2018 Paltin a much better candidate than Nava Normally you do not talk stink on Maui, but if you are running for County Council, you are fair game. Any endorsements or votes for Rick Nava are a mistak. more »»

LETTERS for the September 27 issue

September 27, 2018 Victorino’s site visit raises hopes for West Maui residents The recent destruction along Lower Honoapiilani Road in West Maui caused by Tropical Storm Olivia prompted Mike Victorino to visit our... more »»

LETTERS for the September 20 issue

September 20, 2018 Congressional team should pursue Hawaiian Sovereignty Bill Mazie Hirono “exposed” Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, releasing his e-mail: “... more »»

LETTERS for the September 13 issue

September 13, 2018 Thanks for helping Lahaina Intermediate after the fire Lahaina Intermediate School would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to each and every one of the wonderful people out there who made it... more »»



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